Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: siddhi

  siddhi—perfection    Bg 18.26, Adi 10.46, Madhya 12.181, Madhya 22.135
  siddhi—of liberation    SB 3.33.1
  siddhi—the perfection    Madhya 1.177
  siddhi—of perfection    Madhya 7.13
  siddhi—success    Madhya 16.65
  siddhi—of perfection in yogic performance    Madhya 19.149
  siddhi—of achieving mystic power    Madhya 22.35
  siddhi—mystic power    Madhya 23.24
  siddhi—the perfection of doing something    Madhya 24.27
  siddhi—the yogic perfections    Madhya 24.28
  siddhi—the perfection of mystic yoga    Madhya 24.39

Compound Sanskrit Words Containing: siddhi

  siddhi-prapti—attainment of perfection    Madhya 4.196, Madhya 9.300
  anya-siddhi—perfection due to anything else    Madhya 21.117
  bhakti-siddhi—perfection in devotional service.    Madhya 24.196
  karya-siddhi nahe—he does not become successful    Antya 6.224
  maha-siddhi—and of great mystic perfections    SB 5.20.40
  mantra-siddhi-adi—the perfection of the mantra and so on    Madhya 24.331
  mat-siddhi-kamena—with a desire to achieve My association    SB 3.4.11
  prapta-siddhi—persons who have achieved the success    Madhya 24.158
  saba siddhi haila—everything was perfectly executed.    Antya 7.171
  sarva siddhi haya—there is all perfection.    Antya 20.18
  sarva-siddhi—all success    Madhya 22.54
  sarva-siddhi-nisevitah—attended by all mystic perfections    Madhya 23.79-81
  siddhi-asiddhyoh—in success and failure    Bg 2.48
  siddhi-dah—bestowing perfection.    Madhya 22.50
  siddhi-da—conferring perfection    SB 3.33.32
  siddhi-prapti—passing away    Madhya 1.257
  siddhi-prapti-kale—at the time of his departure from this mortal world to achieve the highest perfection of life    Madhya 10.133
  siddhi-vraja—of the groups of material perfections of the yogis (anima, laghima, prapti and so on)    Madhya 19.165
  tanra siddhi-kale—at the time of Isvara Puri's passing away    Adi 10.139
  vancha-siddhi—perfection of desire    Antya 11.36