Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: bhuk

  bhuk—eating    SB 3.27.8, SB 3.30.10

Compound Sanskrit Words Containing: bhuk

  agra-bhuk—one who eats before    SB 1.15.11
  agra-bhuk—the enjoyer of the first oblations    SB 4.14.28
  agra-bhuk—enjoying in spite of your elder brotherís being present    SB 9.22.14-15
  avisesa-bhuk—passing through the nondual exhibition    SB 3.11.4
  dista-bhuk—because of destiny    SB 7.13.39
  guna-bhuk—the enjoyer of the qualities    SB 6.19.13
  huta-bhuk—the sacrificial fire    SB 3.16.8
  huta-bhuk—the enjoyer of the sacrifice    SB 6.19.26-28
  madhu-bhuk—enjoying sex life    SB 4.27.18
  mita-bhuk—eating only exactly what he needs, neither more nor less    SB 7.12.6
  mita-bhuk—eating only as much as required    Madhya 22.78-80
  phala-bhuk—the enjoyer of the fruits    SB 6.19.12
  pista-bhuk—eating flour    SB 4.7.4
  sarva-bhaga-bhuk—the enjoyer of the results of all sacrifices    SB 4.7.49
  sarva-yajna-bhuk—the enjoyer of the results of all kinds of sacrifices    SB 7.14.17
  sva-karma-phala-bhuk—sure to accept the resultant action of his fruitive activities    Antya 2.163
  sara-bhuk—one who accepts the substance    SB 1.18.7
  vanya-bhuk—eating whatever is available in the forest.    SB 4.8.56
  vyakta-bhuk—controlling all physical movement    SB 3.11.3
  yajna-bhuk—the Lord, the enjoyer of the sacrifice.    SB 4.13.32
  yajna-bhuk—the enjoyer of the yajna    SB 4.20.1
  yajna-bhuk—the enjoyer of the fruits resulting from sacrifice    SB 9.5.5
  yajna-bhuk—the enjoyer of the results of sacrifice    SB 9.17.4
  yajna-bhuk bala-kelih—although He accepts offerings in yajna, for the sake of childhood pastimes He was enjoying foodstuffs very jubilantly with His cowherd boyfriends.    SB 10.13.11