Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: bhuh

  bhuh—the earth    SB 1.14.15, SB 1.14.21, SB 3.3.12, SB 3.13.40, SB 3.29.42, SB 6.5.11
  bhuh—land    SB 6.14.13, SB 8.21.30, SB 9.11.3
  bhuh—the surface of the globe    SB 7.3.5, SB 8.18.31
  bhuh—become    Bg 2.47
  bhuh—the lower planetary systems up to the stratum of the earth    SB 2.5.38
  bhuh—earth    SB 3.26.12
  bhuh—Bhumi, the predominating goddess of the earth    SB 4.15.18
  bhuh—planet earth    SB 5.18.34
  bhuh—of the planetary system known as Bhuh    SB 5.20.23
  bhuh—the ground.    SB 7.2.23
  bhuh—the warfield    SB 8.10.39
  bhuh—mother earth    SB 8.20.4
  bhuh—the land    SB 8.20.21
  bhuh—the whole world    SB 9.5.21
  bhuh—let it be    SB 9.15.11
  bhuh—the earth.    SB 10.4.19

Compound Sanskrit Words Containing: bhuh

  atma-bhuh—Lord Brahma    SB 3.15.11, SB 6.7.20, SB 10.13.40, SB 10.13.43
  amrta-bhuh—whose appearance is always deathless    SB 8.18.1
  bhuh bhuvah—of the lower and upper planets    SB 2.6.7
  bhuh lokah—all land and all planets    SB 8.22.22
  bhuh-bhuva-adikam—namely Bhurloka, Bhuvarloka and Svarloka.    SB 8.24.32
  bhuh-lokasya—of the earthly planets    SB 3.7.26
  bhuh-adayah—the three worlds, Bhuh, Bhuvah and Svah    SB 3.11.29
  bhuh-adayah—Bhuh, Bhuvah and Svah, the three lokas    SB 8.24.7
  garbha-bhuh—the inner grounds    Antya 1.138
  hrta-bhuh—his land having been taken away    SB 9.8.2
  pranaya-jani-bhuh—the birthplace of love of Krsna    Madhya 8.182
  rana-bhuh—the field of battle    SB 3.1.37
  saubhagya-bhuh—the ground of good fortune    Antya 6.264
  svayam-bhuh—self-born, self-sufficient (appearing only from the breath of Narayana and not being learned from anyone else)    SB 6.1.40
  vistha-bhuh—the worm    SB 3.31.10
  vistha-bhuh—a worm    SB 3.31.24
  atma-bhuh—the firstborn (Brahmaji)    SB 2.4.25
  atma-bhuh—born directly from the Lord    SB 2.8.25
  atma-bhuh—self-advent    SB 3.10.30
  atma-bhuh—Brahma, who is self-born    SB 3.12.4
  atma-bhuh—Lord Brahma, who was born from the lotus flower    SB 7.3.14