Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: ite

Compound Sanskrit Words Containing: ite

  gauòa ha-ite—from Bengal    Madhya 1.131, Madhya 4.103, Madhya 10.5, Antya 10.107, Antya 12.116
  ha-ite—from    Adi 2.117, Adi 11.11, Adi 17.201-202, Madhya 9.215, Madhya 9.261
  la-ite—to take    Madhya 11.153, Madhya 18.199, Antya 16.44
  la-ite—to chant    Madhya 9.34, Antya 7.107
  aiçvarya ha-ite—than the understanding of opulence    Antya 7.35
  amåta ha-ite—than nectar    Antya 6.116
  bähira ha-ite—to get out.    Antya 19.63
  bähira ha-ite—externally    Madhya 14.120
  dakñiëa ha-ite—from South India.    Madhya 11.141
  dravya la-ite—to accept the goods    Antya 6.275
  düra ha-ite—from a distance    Antya 12.42
  düra ha-ite—from a distant place    Adi 17.144
  eka-dik ha-ite—to turn on one side    Antya 10.87
  ha-ite—to become    Adi 4.145
  ha-ite lägilä—began to take place.    Madhya 14.62
  jagannätha ha-ite—from Jagannätha Puré    Madhya 16.162-163
  jaòa ha-ite—from matter    Adi 6.18
  jhäìkarä ha-ite—from Jhäìkarä    Antya 6.247
  kåñëa-näma la-ite—chanting the holy name of Kåñëa    Antya 18.116
  la-ite—to take.    Adi 17.261
  la-ite—to bear    Antya 8.88
  la-ite nä päri—I cannot accept    Antya 7.113
  la-ite näribä—you cannot take up.    Antya 13.37
  la-ite päre—can take up.    Madhya 11.102
  naraka ha-ite—from hell    Adi 17.165
  nä päri la-ite—I cannot accept.    Antya 12.116
  näma la-ite—after chanting purely the name of the Lord    Madhya 25.199
  pavitra ha-ite—just to become purified    Madhya 11.189
  prasäda la-ite—to accept his lunch    Antya 10.98
  prayäga ha-ite—from Prayäga    Antya 2.160
  raurava ha-ite—from a hellish condition    Antya 11.28
  saàsära ha-ite—from material bondage    Madhya 20.6
  saìga la-ite—to take company    Madhya 17.6
  saìgama ha-ite—than direct embracing    Madhya 14.179
  sandhyä ha-ite—beginning from the evening    Antya 3.127
  se-sevä ha-ite—because of that service.    Madhya 13.18
  sei päpa ha-ite—from those sinful activities    Madhya 16.189
  tähä ha-ite—than that    Madhya 21.138
  yähä ha-ite—from which    Adi 1.24
  yäìhä ha-ite—from which    Adi 1.103
  ämä ha-ite—from Me    Adi 4.239