Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: dhanuh

  dhanuh—bow    Bg 1.20, SB 6.1.34-36, SB 6.4.35-39, SB 7.10.65-66
  dhanuh—the bow    SB 3.1.40, SB 7.15.42, SB 9.10.6-7, SB 9.10.42-43
  dhanuh—his bow    SB 4.10.16, SB 4.16.23
  dhanuh—arrows and bow    SB 1.18.24-25
  dhanuh—unto the bow    SB 7.10.65-66
  dhanuh—a bow    SB 8.15.6
  dhanuh—by which the bow    Madhya 14.194

Compound Sanskrit Words Containing: dhanuh

  dhanuh ca—and the bow    SB 8.20.30
  dhanuh divyam—a first-class or transcendental bow    SB 9.6.15-16
  dhanuh dvari—bow on the door    SB 3.1.16
  dhanuh te—the same bow    SB 1.15.21
  dhanuh-asi—the carrier of the bow and the sword    SB 10.6.22-23
  dhanuh-bana haste—with arrows and bow in hand    Madhya 24.235
  dhanuh-sula-isu-carma-asi—with bow, trident, arrows, shield and sword    SB 10.4.10-11
  dhanuh-dharam—carrying a bow    SB 9.15.29
  dhanuh-guna—the string of the bow    Madhya 21.129
  dhanuh-kotya—with the front of the bow    SB 1.18.30
  dhanuh-kotya—by the power of his bow    SB 4.18.29
  dhanuh-matah—of the bowman    Antya 1.195
  dhanuh-panih—taking his bow and arrows    SB 9.7.16
  dhanuh-rahasyah—one who understands the intricacies of military art    SB 3.1.31
  dhanuh-tirthe snana—bathing at the holy place known as Dhanustirtha    Madhya 9.199
  dhanuh-veda-visaradah—very expert in the art of archery    SB 9.21.35
  dhanuh-vedam—military science    SB 3.12.38
  dhanuh-vedah—knowledge in the art of manipulating bows and arrows    SB 1.7.44
  sapta-dhanuh—a distance measured by seven bows (approximately fourteen yards)    SB 6.11.11
  smara-dhanuh—the bow of Cupid    Antya 1.171