Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: tri

  tri—three    SB 3.1.43, SB 3.21.18, SB 4.8.72, SB 4.26.1-3, SB 4.28.56, SB 4.29.2, SB 4.29.18-20, SB 9.3.32
  tri-bhuvana—the three worlds    SB 4.8.37, Adi 4.244, Adi 8.42, Adi 13.92, Madhya 6.230, Madhya 21.102, Madhya 24.20, Antya 20.41
  tri-lokīm—the three worlds    SB 1.5.7, SB 4.30.12, SB 5.21.3, SB 7.14.42, SB 8.13.20, SB 8.13.26, SB 8.22.23
  tri-bhuvana—all the three worlds    Adi 4.239, Adi 10.107, Adi 13.5, Adi 13.32
  tri-lokyām—within the three worlds    SB 4.26.24, SB 8.19.21, Madhya 8.67, Madhya 24.56
  tri-lokyāḥ—of the three worlds    SB 2.6.20, SB 3.11.22, SB 4.11.28, SB 8.7.20
  tri-vidhaḥ—three kinds    Bg 17.23, Bg 18.4, Bg 18.18, SB 3.10.14
  tri-bhuvane—in the three worlds.    Adi 4.236, Madhya 9.298, Madhya 9.307
  tri-bhuvane—within the three worlds    Madhya 1.199, Madhya 4.134, Madhya 16.121
  tri-jagat—the three worlds    Madhya 21.125, Antya 2.12, Antya 5.88
  tri-jagate—in the three worlds    Adi 4.138, Adi 9.28, Antya 15.19
  tri-jagate—within the three worlds    Madhya 8.104, Madhya 14.136, Antya 12.28
  tri-jagatera—of the three worlds    Adi 13.98, Antya 9.7, Antya 20.116
  tri-lokyām—in the three worlds    SB 4.1.11, Madhya 21.9, Antya 17.31
  tri-sargaḥ—the material creation of three modes    Madhya 8.266, Madhya 20.359, Madhya 25.148
  tri-vidha—three kinds    Adi 1.22, Adi 3.89, Antya 3.92
  tri-vidham—three kinds    Bg 17.17, Bg 18.12, Bg 18.36-37
  tri-adhīśaḥ—the Lord of the three worlds.    SB 3.4.28, SB 3.5.5
  tri-bhaṅga—bent in three places    Madhya 1.86, Madhya 21.105
  tri-bhaṅga—curved in three places    Madhya 18.60, Antya 14.18
  tri-bhuvana—of the three worlds    SB 5.1.20, SB 6.4.35-39
  tri-bhuvana—within the three worlds    Madhya 2.61, Madhya 23.31
  tri-bhuvana—the whole world    Madhya 2.88, Madhya 5.76
  tri-bhuvanam—the three worlds    SB 4.1.21, SB 8.23.25
  tri-bhuvanam ca—and the three worlds    SB 10.2.40, Madhya 20.299
  tri-bhuvane—the three worlds.    Madhya 18.123, Madhya 21.140
  tri-śakti-dhṛk—the controller of the three modes of material nature.    Madhya 20.318, Madhya 21.37
  tri-guṇam—the three modes of material nature    SB 3.29.14, Madhya 19.174
  tri-kūṭaḥ—Trikūṭa    SB 5.19.16, SB 8.2.1
  tri-kālam—three times    SB 5.23.9, SB 5.23.9
  tri-pād-bhūtam—existing as three fourths of the opulence of the Supreme Lord    Madhya 21.51, Madhya 21.88
  tri-vidha—three    Adi 4.74-75, Adi 4.104
  tri-vidhā—three kinds    Bg 17.2, Bg 18.18
  tri-viṣṭapam—the heavenly kingdom    SB 8.15.30, SB 8.15.32
  sa-tri-nayanaḥ—with Lord Śiva, who has three eyes    SB 10.1.19
  tri-adhīśaḥ—Lord of the three    SB 3.2.21
  tri-adhīśaḥ—the controller of the three modes of material nature    SB 3.16.37
  tri-adhīśaḥ—master of the three modes    SB 4.9.15
  tri-adhīśaḥ—the master of the three planetary systems    SB 4.16.19
  tri-adhīśaḥ—the Supreme Personality of Godhead, the proprietor of the three worlds.    SB 8.10.56
  tri-adhīśaḥ—the master of three places, namely Goloka Vṛndāvana, Vaikuṇṭhaloka and the material world, or the master of Mahā-Viṣṇu, Garbhodakaśāyī Viṣṇu and Kṣīrodakaśāyī Viṣṇu, or the master of Brahmā, Viṣṇu and Maheśvara, or the master of the three worlds (the higher, lower and middle planetary systems)    Madhya 21.33
  tri-adhīśe—unto the Lord of the threes    SB 3.2.24
  tri-adhīśvara—tryadhīśvara    Madhya 21.90
  tri-adhīśvarera—of the master of the three worlds    Madhya 21.38
  tri-adhipateḥ—of the proprietor of the three kinds of creations    SB 3.16.24
  tri-akṣa—Lord Śiva (who has three eyes)    SB 4.7.22
  tri-akṣa—Tryakṣa (three-eyed)    SB 7.2.4-5
  tri-akṣaḥ—three eyes    SB 5.25.3
  tri-ambakaḥ—Vīrabhadra (who had three eyes)    SB 4.5.22
  tri-bhaṅga-ṭhāma—figure curved in three places    Madhya 2.56
  tri-bhaṅgima—curved in three places    Adi 17.279
  tri-bhuvana—three statuses of planetary systems    SB 1.9.33
  tri-bhuvana—in the three worlds.    Adi 3.33
  tri-bhuvana—all three worlds    Adi 4.242-243
  tri-bhuvana—all the world.    Madhya 8.280
  tri-bhuvana bhari—filling the three worlds    Madhya 13.50
  tri-bhuvana nāce—the three worlds dance    Antya 3.267
  tri-bhuvana-adhīśāḥ—the controllers of the three worlds (demigods like Brahmā and Śiva)    SB 9.21.15
  tri-bhuvana-īśvara—O master of the three worlds.    SB 7.3.12
  tri-bhuvana-īśvaraiḥ—by the demigods, the protectors of the three worlds (who can do whatever they like within this material world)    SB 9.9.45
  tri-bhuvana-īśvaraḥ—the Lord of the universe    SB 9.11.25
  tri-bhuvana-madhye—within the three worlds    Madhya 8.199
  tri-bhuvana-ātma-bhavana—O Lord, You are the shelter of the three worlds because You are the Supersoul of the three worlds    SB 6.9.40
  tri-bhuvanam—all the three worlds    SB 3.11.31
  tri-bhuvane—all over the three worlds.    Adi 7.28
  tri-bhuvane—throughout the three worlds    Madhya 21.139
  tri-śabde—by the word "three"    Madhya 21.90
  tri-śakti-dhṛk—the controller of three energies.    SB 2.6.32
  tri-śatam—three hundred    SB 3.21.18
  tri-śikham—three-pointed    SB 3.19.13
  tri-śikham—having three points    SB 5.25.3
  tri-śikhe—three-pointed    SB 6.9.13-17
  tri-śūla—by the trident    SB 6.11.17
  tri-daśaiḥ—by all the demigods from the higher planetary systems    SB 6.9.46
  tri-daśān—of the denizens of heaven    SB 1.14.37
  tri-daśān—the thirty million demigods    SB 4.23.22
  tri-daśāḥ—as well as the demigods   
  tri-dhā—three kinds.    Madhya 20.312
  tri-dhā—three stages    Madhya 20.399
  tri-dhāma-paramam—to the highest planetary system    SB 3.24.20
  tri-dhāmabhiḥ—by the three planetary systems    SB 3.8.31
  tri-dhāmā—manifesting as the three deities Brahmā, Viṣṇu and Maheśvara    SB 6.8.21
  tri-dhātubhiḥ—three humors, namely mucus, bile and wind    SB 3.9.8
  tri-divam—celestial planets    SB 1.12.5
  tri-divam—to the heavenly planets    SB 6.18.77
  tri-divam—the heavenly planets    SB 9.20.29
  tri-divāya—to the heavenly planets    SB 3.17.1
  tri-ṇābhi—the three pieces of the hub    SB 5.21.13
  tri-gavyūti-antara—within a limit of twelve miles    SB 10.6.14
  tri-guṇa—the three qualities of material nature    Madhya 20.301
  tri-guṇa-pradhānāḥ—influenced by the three modes of material nature    SB 9.8.22
  tri-guṇa-ātmakam—conditioned by the three modes of nature, or a product of matter    SB 1.7.5
  tri-guṇa-ātmakam—made of three modes of energy (sattva-rajas-tamo-guṇa)    SB 10.3.14
  tri-guṇa-ātmanām—conditioned by the three modes of material nature    SB 7.7.28
  tri-guṇam—combination of the three modes    SB 3.26.10
  tri-guṇam—made of three modes of material nature    SB 8.20.22
  tri-guṇatvāt—because of the three modes of material nature    SB 5.26.2
  tri-guṇāt—from the three modes of material nature    SB 4.24.28
  tri-guṇāya—the controller of the three modes of nature    SB 8.17.25
  tri-hrasva—three small    Adi 14.15
  tri-jagat—the three worlds (this universe)    SB 8.22.20
  tri-jagat—the whole world    Adi 10.161
  tri-jagat—of three worlds    Madhya 23.82-83
  tri-jagat—three worlds    Antya 17.34
  tri-jagat-jana—the people of the three worlds    Antya 16.127
  tri-jagataḥ—of the three worlds    SB 8.8.25
  tri-jagate—within these three worlds.    Madhya 12.186
  tri-jagate—in these three worlds    Madhya 25.268
  tri-jagatyāḥ—of the three worlds    SB 5.26.5
  tri-kapālam—three kinds of offerings    SB 4.7.17
  tri-kāla—the three periods of time (past, present and future)    SB 8.13.36
  tri-lavaḥ—the duration of three lavas    SB 3.11.7
  tri-liṅgaḥ—of three kinds    SB 3.20.13
  tri-liṅgaḥ—the contamination caused by the three modes of material nature (sattva-guṇa, rajo-guṇa and tamo-guṇa)    SB 9.19.25
  tri-liṅgaḥ—in three features    Madhya 20.312
  tri-locanam—with three eyes    SB 4.24.24-25
  tri-loka—three worlds    SB 3.4.32
  tri-loka-manohara-anubhāva—O You who are perceived as the most beautiful within the three worlds    SB 6.9.40
  tri-loka-sthitaye—to maintain the three worlds, the upper, middle and lower planetary systems    SB 10.3.20
  tri-lokasya—of the three worlds    SB 6.19.14
  tri-lokaḥ—the three worlds    SB 3.2.13
  tri-lokī—of the three worlds    SB 5.24.28
  tri-lokīm—all the three worlds    SB 1.15.11
  tri-lokīm—the three planetary systems    SB 4.12.35
  tri-lokīm—within the three worlds    SB 4.27.19
  tri-lokyām—when the spheres of the three worlds    SB 3.11.30
  tri-lokyām—to anything within the three worlds    SB 5.19.6
  tri-lokyām—the three lokas    SB 8.24.33
  tri-lokyāḥ—of the three planetary systems    SB 2.2.23
  tri-lokyāḥ—the three worlds (the universe)    SB 5.26.4
  tri-lokyāḥ—of the three worlds (the higher, middle and lower planetary systems)    SB 6.8.1-2
  tri-lokān—controlling the three worlds    SB 8.6.9
  tri-lokān—the three worlds.    SB 8.8.25
  tri-lokāḥ—the three worlds    SB 6.9.21
  tri-mekhalaḥ—having three circles on the abdomen    Madhya 20.333
  tri-mūlaḥ—having three roots, the three modes of nature (goodness, passion and ignorance), upon which the body is created    SB 10.2.27
  tri-mūrdhnaḥ—beyond the three higher planetary systems    SB 2.6.19
  tri-nava—thrice nine (twenty-seven)    SB 6.6.2
  tri-nava-sāhasrīḥ—three times nine thousand (that is, twenty-seven thousand)    SB 9.20.32
  tri-nayana—O maintainer and seer of the three worlds    SB 6.9.40
  tri-ṣaṭ-śatam—three times six hundred (eighteen hundred)    SB 10.1.31-32
  tri-nemiḥ—time of three dimensions    SB 3.8.20
  tri-netra—of Lord Śiva (who has three eyes)    SB 4.4.4
  tri-nābhi—having three naves (the three modes of material nature)    SB 8.5.28
  tri-nābhāya—within the stem growing from whose navel live all the three worlds    SB 8.17.26
  tri-nākam—the heavenly planets    SB 8.15.4
  tri-pada-vyāja-yācñayā—by simply asking three steps of land    SB 8.21.9
  tri-pade—who have three legs    SB 8.16.31
  tri-padīm—three-footed    SB 5.9.5
  tri-paruḥ—the master of all sacrifices    SB 3.13.30
  tri-piṣṭa-pa-pateḥ api—although I am the King of the demigods    SB 6.7.12
  tri-piṣṭa-pam—all the demigods, including Lord Brahmā    SB 6.7.24
  tri-piṣṭapam—the kingdom of the three planetary systems.    SB 1.3.19
  tri-piṣṭapam—the higher planetary system, where various demigods live    SB 7.4.8
  tri-pura-adhipatiḥ—the Lord of the three cities    SB 5.24.28
  tri-pura-hā—Lord Śiva    SB 4.17.13
  tri-puram—the three residences    SB 7.10.62
  tri-puraḥ—the three residences of the demons    SB 7.10.67
  tri-pṛṣṭham—the topmost planetary space    SB 2.7.40
  tri-pṛṣṭham—the topmost planet (Satyaloka)    Madhya 24.21
  tri-pṛṣṭhaḥ—transcendental to the three modes of material nature.    SB 7.3.32
  tri-pṛṣṭhe—on the planet of Brahmā (which is situated above the three planetary systems, namely the upper, intermediate and lower worlds)    SB 1.19.23
  tri-pṛṣṭhe—the three planetary systems    SB 2.7.20
  tri-pṛṣṭhāya—who are transcendental to the three worlds    SB 8.17.26
  tri-pād—three fourths    Madhya 21.55
  tri-pād-bhūtam—consisting of three fourths of the energy    Madhya 21.56
  tri-pād-vibhūteḥ—of the three fourths of the energy    Madhya 21.56
  tri-pāda vibhūtira—of the spiritual world, having three fourths of My energy    Madhya 21.87
  tri-pāda-vibhūti kṛṣṇera—three fourths of the energy of Lord Kṛṣṇa    Madhya 21.57
  tri-pāt—three trunks    SB 3.9.16
  tri-pāt—the enjoyer of all sacrifices.    SB 3.19.22
  tri-rātram—for three nights    SB 9.4.30
  tri-sandhyā—three times (morning, evening and noon)    Madhya 14.72
  tri-sargaḥ—three modes of creation, creative faculties    SB 1.1.1
  tri-savanam—three times (morning, evening and noon)    SB 8.16.48
  tri-sūrya-dṛk—as bright as three suns combined    SB 4.5.3
  tri-sāmya—the neutral state of the three modes    SB 2.7.40
  tri-sāmya—where there is equilibrium of the three guṇas    Madhya 24.21
  tri-sāmā—Trisāmā    SB 5.19.17-18
  tri-varṇaiḥ—composed of the three modes of nature    SB 7.7.26
  tri-varga—three kinds of worldly activities    SB 4.12.14
  tri-varga—of the three principles of pious life (religion, economic development and sense gratification)    SB 7.11.23
  tri-varga—the three principles of religion, economic development and sense gratification    SB 7.15.36
  tri-vargam—the three processes (religion, economic development and sense gratification)    SB 7.5.53
  tri-vargam—three principles, namely religiosity, economic development and sense gratification    SB 7.14.10
  tri-vargasya—the three means of religion, economic development and sense satisfaction    SB 2.8.21
  tri-vargasya—the three goals of life (the paths of religion, economic development and sense gratification)    SB 7.5.18
  tri-vargasya—of the three processes of elevation (dharma, artha and kāma)    SB 8.16.11
  tri-vargaḥ—the group of three    SB 7.6.26
  tri-vargaḥ—the principles of religiosity, economic development and sense gratification    SB 8.17.10
  tri-vargaḥ—the three aims of life (religion, economic development and sense gratification)    SB 10.5.28
  tri-vargaḥ—these three aims of life    SB 10.5.28
  tri-veṇī praveśa kari—entering into the water at the confluence of the Ganges and Yamunā at Prayāga    Antya 2.147
  tri-veṇī-snāne—to bathe at the confluence of the Ganges, Yamunā and Sarasvatī rivers    Madhya 24.230
  tri-veṇī-upara—on the bank of the confluence of the Yamunā and Ganges    Madhya 19.60
  tri-vidha—three sorts    Adi 4.112
  tri-vidha—three kinds of    Madhya 20.276
  tri-vidha pra-kāra—three different manifestations.    Madhya 20.250
  tri-vidha prakāśe—three kinds of manifestation.    Madhya 20.157
  tri-vidha prakāra—three varieties    Madhya 24.89
  tri-vidha prakāra—three kinds.    Antya 2.3
  tri-vidha sādhana—the three kinds of execution    Madhya 24.79
  tri-vidha-prakāra—in three different divisions    Madhya 20.214
  tri-vidham—three kinds of    Bg 16.21
  tri-vidham—the three kinds of    Bg 18.29
  tri-vidhatve—in three departments    Adi 5.16
  tri-vidhaḥ—of the three kinds    SB 3.26.23-24
  tri-vidhāne—in three ways    Madhya 1.88
  tri-vikrama—O Lord, who assumes the form of Vāmana, Your power and opulence are distributed throughout the three worlds    SB 6.9.40
  tri-vikrama—Trivikrama    Madhya 20.197
  tri-viṣṭapam—to their respective heavenly planets    SB 4.9.1
  tri-viṣṭapam—to the Vaikuṇṭha planet.    SB 4.12.32
  tri-viṣṭapam—the heavenly planets.    SB 8.1.18
  tri-viṣṭapam—all of the heavenly planets    SB 8.20.34
  tri-viṣṭapam—his supremacy in the heavenly planets    SB 8.23.4
  tri-viṣṭape—the kingdom of heaven    SB 8.16.1
  tri-vṛt—composed of the three    SB 2.1.17
  tri-vṛt—three kinds of life vigor    SB 3.7.23
  tri-vṛt—the threefold    SB 3.27.13
  tri-vṛt—the three modes of material nature    SB 3.32.29
  tri-vṛt—the three departments of knowledge of the Vedas    SB 4.7.27
  tri-vṛt—influenced by the three modes    SB 4.29.74
  tri-vṛt—consisting of the letters a, u and m    SB 8.7.25
  tri-vṛt—the three letters a-u-m combined together as oṁ.    SB 9.14.46
  tri-vṛtam—three modes of material nature    SB 3.24.33
  tri-vṛtā—by the three recommended ways    SB 4.8.44
  tri-vṛtā—having three varieties according to the three modes of nature    SB 5.17.22-23
  tri-vṛtā—conducted by the three modes of material nature    SB 7.3.26-27
  tri-yuga—You who are manifest in all three millenniums    SB 3.16.22
  tri-yuga—the Lord, who appears in three yugas only    Madhya 6.95
  tri-yuga—of the name Triyuga (manifested in three yugas)    Madhya 6.99
  tri-yugam—Viṣṇu    SB 3.24.26
  tri-yugam—appearing with six opulences in three yugas (Satya, Tretā and Dvāpara)    SB 8.5.27
  tri-yugaḥ—named Triyuga    SB 7.9.38
  tri-yugāya—unto the Supreme Personality of Godhead, who is full with six opulences and who appears in three yugas (remaining concealed in the fourth yuga)    SB 5.18.35
  tri-yāmāsu—nights    SB 10.13.28
  tārila tri-bhuvana—delivered the entire three worlds    Antya 2.15

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