Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: bhaye

  bhaye—out of fear    SB 2.7.12, Adi 12.55, Adi 17.251, Adi 17.285, Madhya 7.21, Madhya 13.166, Antya 12.135, Antya 15.42, Antya 18.50
  bhaye—being afraid of    SB 4.7.28, Adi 14.96, Antya 18.11
  bhaye—when fear    SB 6.8.4-6
  bhaye—being afraid    Adi 13.49
  bhaye—from fear    Adi 17.131
  bhaye—in fear    Madhya 4.179
  bhaye—with fear    Madhya 19.84

Compound Sanskrit Words Containing: bhaye

  tanra bhaye—because of fear of him    Madhya 16.159, Antya 19.74, Antya 19.74, Antya 20.115
  aparadha-bhaye—out of fear of offenses    Antya 4.148
  bhakta-duhkha-bhaye—fearing the unhappiness of the devotees.    Antya 6.4
  dui bhaye—to the two brothers    Antya 4.142
  ei bhaye—out of this fear    Madhya 13.152
  jala-dasyu-bhaye—because of fearing pirates    Madhya 16.198
  loka-bhaye—fearing the public    Adi 10.22
  loka-bhaye—on account of fearing the crowds of men    Madhya 1.151
  loka-bhida bhaye—due to fear of crowds of people    Madhya 16.207
  loka-bhida-bhaye—from fear of the great crowd of people    Madhya 19.114
  mleccha-bhaye—from fear of the Muslims    Madhya 4.42
  mleccha-bhaye—because of fear of the Mohammedans    Madhya 18.31
  mleccha-bhaye—because of fear of the Muslims    Madhya 18.47
  mrtyu-bhaye—fear of death    SB 7.15.46
  mrtyu-bhaye—fearing the suicide    Madhya 5.84
  pratisthara bhaye—in fear of reputation    Madhya 4.147
  ramacandra-puri-bhaye—due to fear of Ramacandra Puri    Madhya 1.266
  ramacandra-puri-bhaye—because of the restriction of Ramacandra Puri    Antya 10.156
  sanga-bhaye—from fear of the association    Madhya 17.103
  sei bhaye—fearing that    Madhya 4.142
  tanra bhaye—out of fear of Jagadananda    Madhya 12.171
  tanra bhaye—being afraid of such a king    Madhya 16.158
  tara bhaye—due to fear of him    Antya 3.44