Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: sat

  ṣaṭ—six    SB 1.13.54, SB 3.10.18, SB 3.11.8, SB 3.11.11, SB 3.15.27, SB 3.21.18, SB 4.13.12, SB 4.13.17, SB 4.24.8, SB 4.28.56 (and more...)
  sat—the effect    SB 2.9.33, Adi 1.53, Madhya 24.76, Madhya 25.113
  sat—eternal existence    Adi 2.107, Madhya 8.137, Madhya 20.154, Madhya 21.35
  sat—eternal    Bg 17.23, SB 2.5.6, SB 4.24.61
  sat—cause    Bg 13.13, SB 2.6.33
  sat—the Supreme    Bg 17.26-27
  sat—effect    SB 3.11.1, SB 3.15.6
  sat—good    SB 3.27.3, SB 3.28.5
  sat—existing    SB 5.12.4, SB 5.12.10
  ṣaṭ—six.    SB 6.14.34
  ṣaṭ—the six (birth, existence, growth, transformation, dwindling and at last death)    SB 7.7.18
  ṣaṭ—six (to study the Vedas, to teach the Vedas, to worship the Deity, to teach others how to worship, to accept charity and to give charity)    SB 7.11.14
  ṣaṭ—six times    SB 9.4.33-35
  ṣāṭ—enduring    SB 7.12.20
  sat—being    Bg 9.19
  sat—Supreme    Bg 17.26-27
  sat—the cause    SB 1.2.30
  sat—legitimate    SB 1.13.30
  sat—resultant.    SB 2.1.24
  sat—of the devotees or the pious    SB 2.4.13
  sat—result    SB 2.6.42
  sat—manifested or phenomenal    SB 2.7.50
  sat—respectable    SB 3.1.14
  sat—to the great sages    SB 3.15.37
  sat—to the virtuous    SB 3.17.31
  sat—transcendental    SB 3.25.8
  sat—manifest    SB 3.33.2
  sat—by authorities on religion    SB 4.11.8
  sat—by exalted personalities    SB 5.3.4-5
  sat—right    SB 5.12.2
  sat—again the father or grandfather has come    SB 5.14.17
  sat—manifested    SB 6.8.31
  sat—always existing    SB 7.15.57
  sat—of reality    SB 8.3.14
  sat—manifestation    SB 8.3.22-24
  sat—which is existing, as the effect    SB 8.12.8
  sat—to Your devotees    Adi 3.111
  sat—auspicious    Adi 13.19
  ṣaṭ-vidha—six kinds    Adi 2.97, Adi 4.91, Madhya 6.161
  sat-asat—cause and effect    Bg 11.37, Adi 5.83, Madhya 20.267
  dvi-ṣaṭ-guṇa-yutāt—who is qualified with twelve brahminical qualifications    Madhya 20.59, Antya 16.26
  ṣaṭ-aiśvarya-pūrṇa—full in six opulences    Madhya 18.112, Madhya 25.110
  ṣaṭ-aṅghri—of bumblebees    SB 4.29.53, SB 4.29.54
  ṣaṭ-triṁśat—thirty-six    SB 4.9.22, SB 4.12.13
  sat-asat—gross and subtle    SB 1.3.33, SB 1.5.27
  sat-dharmasya—of the path of progressive devotional service    Madhya 20.106, Madhya 24.170
  sat-dhiyām—of those who are intelligent and offenseless    Madhya 22.133, Madhya 24.195
  sat-gatau—the highest goal of life    Madhya 22.46, Madhya 22.84
  sat-guṇa—good qualities    Adi 13.59, Madhya 8.185
  sat-jana—gentle men    Adi 7.26, Adi 13.104
  sat-saṅgāt—by the association of pure devotees    SB 1.10.11-12, Madhya 24.98
  sat-samāgamaḥ—association with devotees    Madhya 22.46, Madhya 22.84
  ajita-ṣaṭ-vargaḥ—who has not controlled the senses of perception and the mind    SB 6.1.52
  avyabhicāri-sat-guṇaiḥ—with extraordinary transcendental qualities    SB 8.8.23
  avyabhicāri-sat-guṇam—without any change of qualities    SB 8.8.19
  brahma-sāt—in the Absolute Truth    SB 4.22.50
  brāhmaṇa sat-jana—gentlemen and brāhmaṇas    Madhya 18.130
  brāhmaṇa-sat-jana—all respectable brāhmaṇas.    Adi 17.42
  brāhmaṇa-sat-jana—brāhmaṇas and other gentlemen    Antya 6.54
  śravaṇīya-sat-kathaḥ—hearing about Him is worthwhile    SB 1.15.36
  draviḍa-sat-tamaḥ—the best of those born in Draviḍa-deśa, South India    SB 8.4.7
  dvi-ṣaṭ—twelve.    SB 4.1.7
  dvi-ṣaṭ—twice six and one (thirteen)    SB 6.6.2
  dvi-ṣaṭ-guṇa-yutāt—qualified with twelve brahminical qualities    SB 7.9.10
  dvi-ṣaṭ-guṇa-yutāt—who has twelve brahminical qualifications    Antya 4.69
  dānava-sat-tamaḥ—the best of the demons, namely Jambhāsura    SB 8.11.17
  jita-ṣaṭ-guṇānām—who have conquered the influence of the six kinds of material whips    SB 5.1.35
  jita-ṣaṭ-sapatnaḥ—conquering the six enemies (the five knowledge-acquiring senses and the mind)    SB 5.11.15
  kīrtanya-guṇa-sat-katham—whose transcendental pastimes and qualities are glorious.    SB 8.4.3-4
  kuru-sat-tama—O best of the Kuru dynasty    SB 8.4.16
  muni-sat-tamaḥ—the greatest among the devotee philosophers.    SB 1.13.40
  naṣṭa-sat-ācāraḥ—who lost all brahminical qualities    SB 6.1.21
  ṣaṭ pradhānānām—of whom there were six foremost sons    SB 9.23.33
  ṣaṭ sandarbhe—in the Ṣaṭ-sandarbha: kṛṣṇa-prema-tattva    Antya 4.231
  ṣaṭ-aiśvarya—of six kinds of opulences    Adi 2.23
  ṣaṭ-aiśvarya—six kinds of opulence    Madhya 21.5
  ṣaṭ-aiśvarya—six opulences    Madhya 21.8
  ṣaṭ-aiśvarya—the six opulences    Madhya 21.96
  ṣaṭ-aiśvarya—possessing six opulences    Antya 5.119
  ṣaṭ-aiśvarya-bhāṇḍāra—the storehouse of six opulences    Madhya 21.47
  ṣaṭ-aiśvarya-śakti—six kinds of opulence.    Madhya 25.107
  ṣaṭ-aiśvarya-pati—the master of six opulences    Madhya 15.179
  ṣaṭ-aiśvarya-pūrṇa—with six opulences in full    Madhya 6.152
  ṣaṭ-aiśvarya-pūrṇa bhagavān—the Supreme Personality of Godhead, full in all six opulences    Madhya 25.33
  ṣaṭ-aiśvaryaiḥ—with all six opulences    Adi 1.3
  ṣaṭ-aiśvaryaiḥ—with the six opulences    Adi 2.5
  ṣaṭ-aiśvarye—with the six opulences    Madhya 21.48
  ṣaṭ-aṅgayā—having six different parts    SB 7.9.50
  ṣaṭ-aṅghribhiḥ—with bees    SB 3.23.14-15
  ṣaṭ-bhuja—six-armed    Adi 17.13
  ṣaṭ-bhuja-darśana—a vision of the six-armed Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu.    Adi 17.12
  ṣaṭ-śaktibhiḥ—the six opulences    SB 6.8.11
  ṣaṭ-śloke—in six verses    Adi 5.3
  ṣaṭ-darśana—of six kinds of philosophical theses    Madhya 17.96
  ṣaṭ-darśana—of the six philosophical theses    Antya 7.21
  ṣaṭ-darśane—in six philosophical theses    Antya 7.21
  ṣaṭ-ṇavatiḥ—ninety-six    SB 5.24.16
  ṣaṭ-guṇa-īśaḥ—master of the six senses.    SB 1.3.36
  ṣaṭ-indriya-nāmānaḥ—who are named the six senses (the mind and the five knowledge-acquiring senses)    SB 5.14.2
  ṣaṭ-indriya-vargeṇa—by these six senses (the mind and five knowledge-acquiring senses, namely the eyes, ears, tongue, nose and skin)    SB 5.14.1
  ṣaṭ-māsāḥ—six months    Bg 8.24
  ṣaṭ-māsāḥ—the six months    Bg 8.25
  ṣaṭ-pada—bees    SB 8.2.14-19
  ṣaṭ-padam—bees    SB 4.6.29
  ṣaṭ-padām—bumblebees, which have six legs.    SB 8.8.15
  ṣaṭ-pañca-varṣaḥ—five or six years old    SB 4.12.43
  ṣaṭ-sahasrāṇi—six thousand    SB 9.24.10-11
  ṣaṭ-sapatnaḥ—six co-wives    SB 5.1.17
  ṣaṭ-sapatnaḥ—the six enemies (the mind and five senses)    SB 5.1.19
  ṣaṭ-triṁśat-lakṣa-yojana-āyataḥ—3,600,000 yojanas long    SB 5.21.15
  ṣaṭ-unnataḥ—six raised    Adi 14.15
  ṣaṭ-varga—six senses    SB 4.22.40
  ṣaṭ-varga—the six elements, namely the five working senses and the mind    SB 7.15.28
  ṣaṭ-varga—six area    Adi 13.90
  ṣaṭ-vargaiḥ—by the six symptoms of the senses (lusty desires, anger, greed, illusion, madness and jealousy)    SB 7.7.33
  ṣaṭ-vargam—the six senses, including the mind    SB 9.19.24
  ṣaṭ-vargaḥ—the mind and the senses    SB 4.23.8
  ṣaṭ-vargera vaśe—under the control of the six kinds of bodily change    Antya 5.80
  ṣaṭ-vasu—six kinds of enjoyable material opulence.    SB 9.23.26
  ṣaṭ-vidha prakāra—six kinds    Madhya 20.245
  ṣaṭ-vidha-aiśvarya—six kinds of opulences    Adi 5.44
  ṣaṭ-vidham—six kinds    NoI 4
  ṣaṭ-vidhaḥ—six kinds of    SB 3.10.19
  ṣaṭ-vidhā—sixfold    Madhya 22.100
  ṣaṭ-ātmā—six circumstances (lamentation, illusion, old age, death, hunger and thirst)    SB 10.2.27
  ṣāṭ-vargikam—endowed with all the potencies of His opulences    SB 1.3.36
  pañca-ṣaṭ-dhā—five or six years    SB 7.1.37
  rūpera sat-guṇa—the transcendental qualities of Śrīla Rūpa Gosvāmī    Antya 1.208
  sabhā-sat—all the members of the assembly    Antya 3.200
  sarva-sat-guṇa-māhātmye—glorified by all godly attributes    SB 1.12.24
  sarva-sat-lakṣaṇa—all-auspicious bodily marks    Madhya 23.70
  sat bhavati—becomes factual and permanent    SB 8.9.29
  sat-aṁśe—in the eternal portion    Adi 4.62
  sat-aṁśe—in the part of eternity    Madhya 6.159
  sat-aṁśe—in eternity    Madhya 8.155
  sat-aśvaiḥ—drawn by first-class horses    SB 1.9.2
  sat-aśvaiḥ—having very beautiful horses    SB 9.10.35-38
  sat-aśvam—drawn by very fine horses    SB 4.9.39-40
  sat-annena—with food prepared with ghee and milk, which is supposed to be very pure    SB 8.16.54
  sat-anugrahaḥ—who are always kind and merciful to the devotees    SB 10.2.31
  sat-anugrahāya—for the sake of the devotees    SB 3.9.2
  sat-anugrahāya—to show Your causeless mercy.    SB 3.9.11
  sat-apadeśe—called real    SB 5.5.30
  sat-apatyāt—than a good son    SB 4.13.46
  sat-asat—good and bad    Bg 13.22
  sat-asat—manifest and unmanifest    SB 3.26.9
  sat-asat—the Supreme Lord and His different energies    SB 4.22.38
  sat-asat—consisting of cause and effect (You are the cause, and Your energy is the effect)    SB 7.9.31
  sat-asat—in the cause and in the effect    SB 7.13.4
  sat-asat—manifested and unmanifested    SB 9.5.7
  sat-asat idam—this material manifestation of cause and effect    SB 5.25.10
  sat-asat-bhāva-bhāvanam—the cause of varieties of creation, its cause and effect    SB 8.7.24
  sat-asat-paraḥ—who is the cause of all causes (the supreme cause).    SB 6.16.21
  sat-asat-viśeṣam—with varieties manifest and unmanifest    SB 4.9.13
  sat-asat-vimuktam—transcendental to the manifested and nonmanifested modes of material nature    SB 9.8.24
  sat-asat-ātmakam—consisting of cause and effect    SB 3.26.10
  sat-asat-ātmakaḥ—the form of the cause and effect.    SB 3.22.4
  sat-asat-ātmikā—as both the cause and the effect    SB 3.5.25
  sat-asat-ātmikām—consisting of cause and effect    SB 3.28.44
  sat-asataḥ—of the cause and effect    SB 2.7.47
  sat-asataḥ—cause and effect    SB 3.24.43
  sat-asataḥ—the creation or cause of creation    SB 7.13.4
  sat-asatī—the cause and the effect    SB 7.9.47
  sat-asati—the material world    SB 4.22.25
  sat-asatoḥ—of the living entities, moving and not moving    SB 8.7.34
  sat-asatoḥ—to both cause and effect    SB 8.12.9
  sat-asattvam—primarily and secondarily    SB 2.5.33
  sat-avadhyānam—neglecting a great personality like you    SB 5.10.24
  sat-bhakta—of pure devotees    Adi 2.2
  sat-bhakti—of devotional service without motives    Madhya 19.74
  sat-bhāve—in the sense of the nature of the Supreme    Bg 17.26-27
  sat-śabdaḥ—sound    Bg 17.26-27
  sat-carita—of very good character, observing all necessary rules and regulations    SB 9.6.50
  sat-śiñjitaḥ—the tinkling of whose ornaments    Antya 17.40
  sat-cit-rūpa-guṇa—such qualities are spiritual and eternal    Madhya 24.41
  sat-cit-ānanda—eternity, knowledge and bliss    Adi 4.61
  sat-cit-ānanda—always transcendentally blissful    Antya 5.127
  sat-cit-ānanda-deha—transcendental, blissful, spiritual body    Madhya 18.191
  sat-cit-ānanda-maya—full of eternity, knowledge and bliss    Madhya 6.158
  sat-cit-ānanda-maya—eternal bliss and knowledge    Madhya 8.154
  sat-cit-ānanda-sāndra-aṅgaḥ—the concentrated form of eternity, knowledge, bliss    Madhya 23.79-81
  sat-cit-ānanda-tanu—Kṛṣṇa's body is transcendental, full of knowledge, bliss and eternity    Madhya 8.136
  sat-cit-ānanda-ākāra—complete in eternity, cognizance and bliss    Madhya 6.166
  sat-cit-ānandaḥ—always transcendentally blissful    Madhya 18.114
  sat-śraddhayā—by developing faith in the scriptures    SB 5.5.10-13
  sat-śāstra-paripanthinaḥ—diverted from transcendental scriptural injunctions.    SB 4.2.28
  sat-dharma—of the eternal occupation    SB 3.25.11
  sat-dharma-śikṣā—instruction in the transcendental process of devotional service    Madhya 22.115
  sat-dharmam—superior religion    SB 7.15.8
  sat-dharmaḥ—perfect occupational duty    SB 2.10.4
  sat-īpsita—O Lord desired by saintly persons    SB 9.4.61
  sat-gati—good destination    Antya 4.10
  sat-gati se haya—he must have achieved liberation    Antya 2.159
  sat-gatim—the most elevated position of spiritual existence    SB 10.6.35-36
  sat-grahaḥ—devotee of    SB 1.12.25
  sat-guṇa—endowed with all good qualities    Madhya 13.144
  sat-guṇa—transcendental qualities    Madhya 15.140
  sat-guṇa—spiritual qualities    Madhya 21.10
  sat-guṇa-pradhāna—qualified with all good qualities.    Adi 13.56
  sat-guṇa-sāgara—ocean of transcendental attributes    Antya 17.60
  sat-guṇe—in good qualities    Antya 4.112
  sat-guruḥ—spiritual master    SB 1.11.7
  sat-jana—of the nobles    SB 4.9.45
  sat-jana—respectable gentlemen    Antya 3.174
  sat-jātiḥ—birth in a good family    Madhya 23.29
  sat-karṇa-pīyuṣe—who pleases the demands of the transcendental, purified ears    SB 9.24.62
  sat-karmaṇām—of whom the performance of sacrifice    SB 4.7.47
  sat-kartum—just purify    SB 3.6.36
  sat-kathaḥ—the excellent pastimes    SB 1.10.24
  sat-kathā-udaye—in hearing the transcendental narrations    SB 9.4.18-20
  sat-kathā-udaye—in the arising of transcendental topics    Madhya 22.137-139
  sat-kathām—transcendental message    SB 4.31.28
  sat-kathāsu—by discussing the transcendental vibration    SB 4.30.36
  sat-kathāḥ—discussions about transcendental subject matters    SB 4.14.36
  sat-kīrtiḥ—reputation for pious activities    SB 3.22.33
  sat-kriyaḥ—all the pious activities    SB 6.7.36
  sat-kriyayā—by actual employment    SB 5.12.8
  sat-kriyā-arthaḥ—simply for pleasing Your Lordship    SB 3.9.13
  sat-kriyām—pious activities    Madhya 15.110
  sat-kriyāḥ—good activities (like the performance of sacrifices or austerities).    SB 7.5.41
  sat-kula-vipra—a brāhmaṇa born in a very respectable aristocratic family    Antya 4.66
  sat-kulīna—aristocratic    Madhya 16.218
  sat-kṛtam—due respects    SB 1.1.5
  sat-kṛtaḥ—being well treated    SB 1.13.14
  sat-kṛtaḥ—was welcomed    SB 4.2.7
  sat-kṛtaḥ—was honored    SB 4.9.45
  sat-kṛtaḥ—being very much applauded    SB 8.12.41
  sat-kṛtāḥ—being honored.    SB 4.19.41
  sat-lakṣaṇa—transcendental symptoms.    Madhya 17.108
  sat-maṇīn—the best jewels.    Adi 3.1
  sat-mataḥ—well recognized by higher circles    SB 9.9.31
  sat-mukharitām—declared by great realized devotees    Madhya 8.67
  sat-pateḥ—of the highest truth    SB 2.8.27
  sat-patham—the path of the Absolute Truth.    SB 3.28.1
  sat-pathe—on the path of truth    SB 4.12.51
  sat-patim—the Supreme Personality of Godhead, master of the liberated souls    SB 8.22.15
  sat-patim—unto the gentle husband    SB 9.4.66
  sat-prema—of real love    Adi 4.140
  sat-prema—of eternal love of Godhead    Adi 11.4
  sat-pātra—another plate    Madhya 15.76
  sat-pātram—a Vaiṣṇava    SB 7.14.27-28
  sat-saṅga—association with devotees    Madhya 24.193
  sat-saṅga-mahimāra jñāne—knowledge of the greatness of association with a great devotee.    Madhya 24.229
  sat-saṅgama-ākhyena—known as association with devotees    Madhya 24.125
  sat-saṅgamaḥ—association with devotees    Madhya 22.46
  sat-saṅgamaḥ—association with the devotees    Madhya 22.84
  sat-saṅgaḥ—association with devotees    Madhya 22.85
  sat-saṅge—in the association of devotees    Madhya 24.212
  sat-saṅge—in contact with devotees    Madhya 24.214
  sat-saṅgrahāya—understood only by pure devotees    SB 6.9.45
  sat-saṅgāt—from such good association    SB 7.14.3-4
  sat-saṅkalpasya—one whose determination is never lost    SB 4.1.30
  sat-saṅkalpena—by Dhruva Mahārāja, who had only good desires in his heart    SB 4.9.18
  sat-sevakaḥ—servant of the devotees    SB 5.15.9
  sat-sevanīyaḥ—worthy to serve the pure devotees    SB 3.8.1
  sat-sevayā—by service of the Absolute Truth    SB 1.6.23
  sat-sevyāḥ—eligible to serve the devotee    SB 1.19.32
  sat-striyaḥ—chaste women    SB 9.4.66
  sat-tama—O greatest of all good men    SB 4.8.4
  sat-tama—the greatest of devotees.    SB 4.21.13
  sat-tama—O best of the best.    SB 8.22.10
  sat-tamasya—you who are the best among human beings    SB 5.10.24
  sat-tamaḥ—first-class person.    Madhya 9.264
  sat-tamāḥ—O great souls.    SB 1.12.18
  sat-tvam—living entity    Madhya 20.375
  sat-uktibhiḥ—by instructions that are factual, not temporary.    SB 6.15.1
  sat-upalakṣita—appearing in different symptoms    SB 7.9.36
  sat-vaṁśataḥ—very respectable families    Antya 1.162
  sat-vaidya—a good physician    Madhya 20.90-91
  sat-veśa—nice dress    Adi 17.4
  sat-viśeṣaṇam—distinguishing the open space    SB 3.26.46
  sat-vyayam—proper utilization    SB 3.2.32
  sat-vākyam—good advice    SB 4.8.39
  sat-ābhāsam—manifest as a reflection    SB 3.27.11
  sat-ābhāsena—by a reflection of Brahman    SB 3.27.13
  sat-ācāra—good behavior    Madhya 24.344
  sat-ācārī—well-behaved    Madhya 16.218
  sat-ānuvṛttyā—by our gentle behavior    SB 4.30.39-40
  siddha-sat-tamāḥ—the best of the perfect beings, the pure devotees.    SB 6.1.33
  su-sat-jana rāya—very respectable and rich gentleman.    Antya 16.23
  sura-sat-tama—the best among the demigods    SB 1.14.38
  sura-sat-tamaiḥ—demigods    SB 8.5.4
  tri-ṣaṭ-śatam—three times six hundred (eighteen hundred)    SB 10.1.31-32
  vijita-ṣaṭ-guṇa—completely controlling the six bad qualities (lust, anger, greed, etc.)    Madhya 22.78-80
  ṛṣi-sat-tamam—the most exalted saintly person    SB 6.9.51

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