Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: giri

  giri—hills    SB 5.5.30, SB 5.17.6
  giri—of hills    SB 3.30.27
  giri—of the hills    SB 4.18.29
  giri—by hills and mountains    SB 5.1.40
  giri—of a mountain    SB 5.26.28
  giri—of mountains    SB 6.10.26
  giri—by peaks of mountains    SB 9.10.20
  giri—mountains    Adi 8.5
  giri—in the words or speech    NoI 5

Compound Sanskrit Words Containing: giri

  cataka-giri—the sand hill known as Cataka-parvata    Antya 14.119
  giri govardhana—to the hill known as Govardhana.    Madhya 4.21
  giri-sam—the lord of the Kailasa Hill    SB 4.30.2
  giri-sikhara-sthulani—which are as fat as mountain peaks    SB 5.16.16
  giri-sikharam—to the peak of Nila Mountain    SB 5.17.8
  giri-sikharat—from the peak of Kumuda Mountain    SB 5.17.8
  giri-srnga—like a mountain peak    SB 10.12.17
  giri-srngam—the peak of a mountain    SB 6.12.32
  giri-daryam—in a cave in a mountain    SB 5.24.23
  giri-dhatu—some minerals from the hills    Madhya 14.204
  giri-isah—Lord Siva   
  giri-kandara—like the caves of a mountain    SB 7.8.19-22
  giri-kandara—like mountain caves    SB 10.6.15-17
  giri-kandara-praye—similar to the dark caves in the mountains.    SB 5.14.33
  giri-kandare—in a cave in a mountain    SB 5.13.18
  giri-kuta-vat—appearing like the weight of a mountain peak.    SB 10.7.18
  giri-kutani—the tops of mountains    SB 5.17.9
  giri-kanana—the hills and forests    SB 4.14.46
  giri-pata—because of the falling of Mandara Mountain    SB 8.6.37
  giri-rajasya—the king of sand hills    Antya 14.120
  giri-rat—the Himalaya Mountains    SB 6.12.27-29
  giri-rat—the king of mountains    SB 8.7.12
  giri-tate—at the foot of Govardhana Hill    NoI 9
  giri-tra—O King of the mountains    SB 8.7.31
  giri-vare—great mountain    SB 5.20.40
  govardhana-giri-patim—Govardhana, the king of hills    Antya 14.120
  kula-giri-rajah—the most famous among famous mountains    SB 5.16.7
  mandara-giri-sikharat—from the top of Mandara Mountain    SB 5.16.17
  meru-adi-giri-duhitarah—daughters of the mountains beginning with Meru    SB 5.17.10
  manasottara-giri—of the mountain known as Manasottara    SB 5.21.7
  sa-giri-sarit-samudra-sattvam—with many mountains, trees, oceans and living entities    SB 5.25.12
  tat-giri—of that mountain (Trikuta)    SB 8.2.20
  ucca-giri—high hills    Antya 15.19
  varsa-giri-dronisu—the valleys between the mountains designating the borders of the tracts of land    SB 5.17.13
  rsyamuka-giri—at the Rsyamuka Mountain    Madhya 9.311
  arinda-giri kare—acts as the chief tax collector    Antya 3.191