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khila: masculine vocative singular stem: khila
khila: neuter vocative singular stem: khila
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khilam2.1.5MasculineSingularaprahatam
samagram3.1.66MasculineSingularpūrṇam, akhilam, kṛtsnam, sarvam, anūnakam, sakalam, nikhilam, aśeṣam, samam, akhaṇḍam, niḥśeṣam, samastam, viśvam
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khilam. (n. ) a piece of waste or uncultivated land situated between cultivated fields, desert, bare soil View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
khila according to to some also"pasture-land" View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
khilan. "a space not filled up, gap", that which serves to fill up a gap, supplement (of a book etc.), additional hymn appended to the regular collection etc. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
khilan. a compendium, compilation (especially of hymns and prayers) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
khilan. plural remainder View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
khilan. sg. (in algebra) an insolvable problem View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
khilan. obduracy View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
khilan. equals vedhas- (brahmā- or viṣṇu- ) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
khilamfn. defective, insufficient View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
khilagrantham. Name of work View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
khilakāṇḍan. "supplementary section", Name of View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
khilakṣetran. an uncultivated field View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
khilapāṭham. (opposed to sūtra-p-) a collective N. for , , and vArttika View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
akhilamf(ā-)n. without a gap, complete, whole View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
nikhilamf(ā-)n. complete, all, whole, entire etc.
nirgatanikhilakalmaṣatāf. the state of being entirely freed from sin View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
puṅkhilatīrthan. Name of a place of pilgrimage (= rāma-t-) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
śākhilam. Name of a man View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
sakhilamfn. (for sakh-See) with the supplements View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
sakhilamfn. (for sa-khila-See) friendly View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
sunikhilamind. very completely View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
upakhilan. a sub-supplement, supplement to a supplement View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
viśākhilam. Name of an author View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
viśākhilam. of a merchant View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
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khila खिलः लम् [खिल्-क] 1 A piece of waste or uncultivated land, desert or bare soil; a desert, waste; खिले गा विष्ठिता इव Av.7.115.4. -2 A gap, vacant place. -3 An additional hymn appended to the regular collection; Ms.3.232. -4 A supplement in general. -5 A compendium, compilation. -6 Vacuity. -7 Remainder; अलं दग्धैर्द्रुमैर्दीनैः खिलानां शिवमस्तु नः Bhāg.6.4.15. -लः N. of Brahmā and of Viṣṇu. [खिल is often used in combination with भू and कृ; (1) खिलीभू (a) to become impassable, to be blocked up, be left unfrequented; खिलीभूते विमानानां तदापातभयात्पथि Ku.2.45. (b) to be impossible, be rendered impracticable or stopped; प्रजागरात्खिलीभूतस्तस्याः स्वप्नसमागमः Ś.6.22. (2) खिलीकृ means (a) to obstruct, impede, make impassable, block up; तौ सुकेतसुतया खिली- कृते R.11.14,87. (b) to lay waste, devastate, put down or vanquish completely; विपक्षमखिलीकृत्य प्रतिष्ठा खलु दुर्लभा Śi.2.34.]
akhila अखिल a. [नास्ति खिलं अवशिष्टं यस्य Tv.] 1 Whole, entire, complete; oft. with सर्व. एतद्धि मत्तो$धिजगे सर्वमेषो$खिलं मुनिः Ms.1.59; ˚लेन entirely. -2 Not uncultivated or fallow, ploughed (land); ˚आत्मन् the universal spirit.
upakhilam उपखिलम् Supplement to a supplement, subsupplement.
nikhila निखिल a. [निवृत्तं खिलं शेषो यस्मात्] Complete, whole, entire, all; प्रत्यक्षं ते निखिलमचिराद् भ्रातरुक्तं मया यत् Me.96; सूर्यांशुभिर्जगदिदं निखिलार्थमेति Bil. Ch.29. -लेन ind. completely, totally; निखिलेन विचिन्वन्तौ सीतां दशरथात्मजौ Rām. 3.61.2.
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khila m. waste land; n. supplement.
khilakṣetra n. barren field.
akhila a. without a gap, entire, all; n. everything: in. quite, completely.
nirgatākhilakalmaṣa a. freed from all sin: -tâ, f. abst. n.; -gati, f. setting out; -gandha, a. scentless: -tâ, f. -ness; -gama, m. going out, departure, escape from (ab.); vanishing; outlet, exit; destination of an export; issue, conclusion; -gamana, n. going out of (--°ree;); -garva, a. free from pride; -garha, a. blameless; -gavâksha, a. windowless; -gahana, a. knowing no precipices=intrepid; -guna,a. lacking a cord; stringless (bow); destitute of qualities; worthless, base, bad: -tâ, f., -tva, n. lack of all qualities; worthlessness, baseness, wickedness; -gulika, a. lacking a pill; -griha, a. (î) houseless; -gaurava, a.devoid ofreverence: -m, ad. condescendingly; -grantha, a. freed from all bonds; m. naked Jain mendicant; -granthika, m. naked Jain mendicant; -graha, m. ascertainment.
nikhila a. [without a gap], entire, all, complete: -½artha, a. containing all re quisites, complete.
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khila Appear to have the same meaning. According to Roth, these terms denote the waste land lying between cultivated fields; but he admits that this sense does not suit the passage of the Rigveda in which it is said that the god places the worshipper on an unbroken Khilya (abhiηηe khilye), and he accordingly conjectures the reading akhilya- bhiηηe, ‘land unbroken by barren strips.’ Pischel thinks that the meaning intended is broad lands, which were used for the pasturing of the cattle of the community, and were not broken up by cultivated fields. Oldenberg,6 however, points out that the sense is rather the land which lay between cultivated fields, but which need not be deemed to have been unfertile, as Roth thought. This agrees with the fact that in Vedic times separate fields were already known : see Ksetra.
khila As a designation of certain hymns appended to the received text of the Rigveda occurs only in the Sūtra period. The term is a metaphorical application of the preceding word, ‘a space not filled up,’ a supplement.’
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khilapāṭhaa supplementary recital or enunciation which is taken along with the original enunciation or upadeśa generally in the form of the sūtras. The word is used in the Kāśikā in the sense of one of the texts forming a part of the original text which is called upadeśa; confer, compare Kāśikā उपदिश्यते अनेनेत्युपदेश: शास्त्रवाक्यानि सूत्रपाठ: खिलपाठश्च (on P.I.3.2); confer, compare also खिलपाठो धातुपाठः प्रातिपदिकपाठो वाक्यपाठश्च Padamañjarī, a commentary on the Kāśikāvṛtti by Haradatta. on Kāśikā I.3.2.
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khilam incapableSB 6.4.49-50
khilam inferiorSB 1.4.32
SB 1.5.8
akhila-ādhāra O basis of everythingSB 11.6.26-27
akhila-ādhāre unto the summum bonumSB 2.7.52
akhila-adhyakṣa owner of the whole universeSB 7.10.26
akhila-sura-asura-ādi by all demigods and demonsCC Antya 3.85
akhila all aroundSB 1.2.3
akhila all-embracingSB 1.3.39
akhila universalSB 1.5.13
akhila all kinds ofSB 1.5.24
akhila universalSB 1.8.43
akhila universalSB 1.8.44
akhila universalSB 1.11.10
akhila allSB 1.13.56
akhila all sortsSB 1.13.56
akhila completeSB 2.4.13
akhila-ātmanaḥ of the SupersoulSB 2.5.17
akhila all that beSB 2.7.11
akhila-loka-nātha the Lord of the universeSB 2.7.15
akhila-ādhāre unto the summum bonumSB 2.7.52
akhila-ātmani unto the Supreme SoulSB 2.8.3
akhila allSB 2.9.8
akhila entireSB 2.9.15
akhila-īśvaraḥ the Lord of everythingSB 3.1.2
akhila-loka-pānām all rulers of the entire universeSB 3.1.45
akhila all-inclusiveSB 3.13.39
akhila allSB 3.16.7
akhila allSB 3.17.28
akhila-yajña-tantave the enjoyer of all sacrificesSB 3.19.30
akhila allSB 3.21.13
akhila allSB 3.23.9
akhila-ātmani the SupersoulSB 3.25.19
akhila-loka containing all planetary systemsSB 3.28.25
akhila-loka by the entire universeSB 3.28.26
akhila allSB 3.28.32
akhila of everyoneSB 3.29.38
uparata-akhila completely turned backSB 4.7.26
akhila-arthe for fulfillmentSB 4.7.29
akhila universalSB 4.8.81
akhila universalSB 4.9.6
akhila universalSB 4.11.13
akhila entireSB 4.12.24
akhila allSB 4.20.13
akhila allSB 4.20.13
akhila all-inclusiveSB 4.20.27
akhila allSB 4.22.11
akhila allSB 4.23.21
akhila allSB 5.1.7
akhila of the entire universeSB 5.1.22
akhila-jagat of the entire universeSB 5.1.23
akhila universalSB 5.1.29
akhila-loka-pāla-lalāmaḥ the head of all kings and monarchs of the universeSB 5.6.6
akhila-janma-śobhanam the best of all species of lifeSB 5.13.21
akhila-jagat of the whole worldSB 5.17.1
akhila-kāma-lampaṭā although maintaining all kinds of material desireSB 5.18.21
akhila-loka-pālakaiḥ by the leaders of the different planets, societies, kingdoms and so onSB 5.18.26
akhila-jagat-guruṇā the spiritual master of the whole universeSB 5.20.39
akhila-jagat-guruḥ the master of all the three worldsSB 5.24.27
akhila allSB 6.9.42
akhila allSB 6.16.32
akhila allSB 6.16.44
akhila-ātmanaḥ of the Supersoul of all living entitiesSB 7.1.25
akhila-ṛddhi-mat possessing the opulence of the entire universeSB 7.4.8
akhila-ātmani the Supersoul of everyoneSB 7.5.41
akhila universalSB 7.8.44
akhila allSB 7.9.6
akhila allSB 7.9.23
akhila-guro O supreme spiritual master of the entire creationSB 7.9.42
akhila-guro O supreme instructor of the entire creationSB 7.10.4
akhila-adhyakṣa owner of the whole universeSB 7.10.26
akhila-vṛtti in every respect, or in all activitiesSB 7.15.35
akhila-dharma-bhāvanam who is the master of all religious principles or the occupational duties for a human beingSB 8.1.16
akhila-kāraṇāya unto the supreme cause of everythingSB 8.3.15
akhila of the universeSB 8.3.28
akhila of the universeSB 8.3.30
akhila-guro O universal LordSB 8.3.32
akhila-loka-pālāḥ all the demigods throughout the universeSB 8.5.33
akhila-loka-pālāḥ the demigods, directors of different departments of this universeSB 8.6.14
akhila-devatā-ātmā the origin of all demigodsSB 8.7.26
akhila-devatā-ātmanaḥ the total aggregate of all the demigodsSB 8.7.26
akhila-loka-pāla all the directors of departments of material activitiesSB 8.7.31
akhila-ātmanaḥ who is the Supersoul of everyoneSB 8.7.44
akhila-ātmani the Supreme Soul, the Supersoul of all living entitiesSB 8.17.2-3
akhila-sāra-sambhṛtaḥ the Supreme Personality of Godhead, the essence of all creationSB 8.18.20
akhila-loka-sākṣiṇe who are the witness of all creationSB 8.22.17
akhila-sādhu-sammataḥ as approved by all saintly personsSB 8.23.1
akhila-hetum unto the cause of all causesSB 8.24.61
akhila universalSB 9.5.5
akhila-dharma-setave whose spokes are considered to be a breech of the entire universeSB 9.5.6
akhila universalSB 9.9.28
akhila everywhereSB 9.11.30
akhila-deha-bhājām of all living entitiesSB 9.21.12
akhila-deha-bhājām of all the materially embodied living entitiesSB 10.1.4
akhila-sattva-dhāmni who are the original cause of all existence, from whom everything emanates and in whom all potencies resideSB 10.2.30
akhila-īśvara although You are the proprietor of the entire creationSB 10.3.21
akhila-jīva-marmaṇi in every center of her vitalitySB 10.6.11
akhila-pradaḥ the bestower of all similar blessingsSB 10.6.34
akhila-vitta-pā I am the possessor of unlimited opulence and wealthSB 10.8.42
akhila-loka-nātham to the Supreme Person, the controller of everythingSB 10.10.28
akhila-bhūta-hṛt-sthitaḥ because He is antaryāmī, situated everywhere, in the core of everyone's heartSB 10.12.25
akhila-indriyaḥ all actions of the external sensesSB 10.12.44
akhila-ātmani the Supersoul of all living entitiesSB 10.13.36
akhila of allSB 10.14.14
akhila-ātmanām of all living entitiesSB 10.14.55
akhila-arthān all desirable thingsSB 10.14.60
akhila-loka for all worldsSB 10.15.6
akhila-kalā of all artsSB 10.16.26
akhila-dṛk of the vision of all creaturesSB 10.23.24
akhila-dṛk the seer of everythingSB 10.28.12
akhila of allSB 10.31.4
akhila of allSB 10.33.33
akhila allSB 10.33.34
akhila-āvāsa O shelter of all beingsSB 10.37.10-11
akhila allSB 10.38.12
akhila allSB 10.38.25
akhila of allSB 10.39.21
akhila of allSB 10.40.1
akhila allSB 10.40.6
akhila of everythingSB 10.41.51
akhila-gurau the spiritual master of allSB 10.46.30
akhila of allSB 10.46.32-33
akhila of everythingSB 10.52.31
akhila totalSB 10.52.37
akhila of everythingSB 10.57.35-36
akhila of everythingSB 10.58.2
akhila allSB 10.59.31
akhila allSB 10.61.40
akhila allSB 10.65.4-6
akhila allSB 10.66.24
akhila of the whole universeSB 10.68.36
akhila of allSB 10.68.37
akhila of everythingSB 10.68.44
akhila of everyoneSB 10.68.47
akhila of allSB 10.69.17
akhila of everyoneSB 10.69.44
akhila of allSB 10.73.18
akhila allSB 10.79.30
akhila allSB 10.82.29-30
akhila of allSB 10.84.1
akhila of everythingSB 10.85.15
akhila of allSB 10.87.14
akhila of allSB 10.87.16
akhila of allSB 10.87.20
akhila of allSB 10.87.27
akhila of allSB 10.87.28
akhila entireSB 10.87.28
akhila allSB 10.89.54-56
akhila allSB 11.3.27-28
akhila-śakti-dhāmnaḥ (the qualities) of the reservoir of all potenciesSB 11.4.2
akhila of everythingSB 11.6.15
akhila-ādhāra O basis of everythingSB 11.6.26-27
akhila of all potenciesSB 11.9.16
akhila of allSB 11.13.33
akhila to allSB 11.14.17
akhila-ātmani as the Supreme Personality of GodheadSB 11.20.30
akhila of allSB 11.22.31
akhila entireSB 11.23.29
akhila from allSB 11.28.23
akhila of allSB 11.29.5
akhila of allSB 12.2.17
akhila allSB 12.2.21
akhila-uttamam most excellent in personal qualitiesSB 12.3.36
akhila-sattva-dhāmnaḥ the reservoir of all existencesSB 12.4.39
akhila-jagatām of all the planetary systemsSB 12.6.67
akhila-durita all sinful activitiesSB 12.6.68
akhila-guroḥ the spiritual master of all living beingsSB 12.8.48
akhila of allSB 12.12.56
akhila-īśaḥ the supreme controller of all beingsSB 12.12.66
akhila-vṛjina-ghnam defeating everything inauspiciousSB 12.12.69
akhila-loka of all the worldsCC Adi 2.30
akhila allCC Adi 3.58
akhila-loka of all the worldsCC Adi 3.69
akhila-ātma as the soul of allCC Adi 4.72
akhila-loka of the universal planetary systemsCC Adi 5.141
akhila-loka of all the worldsCC Adi 6.23
akhila throughoutCC Madhya 1.202
akhila allCC Madhya 2.28
akhila allCC Madhya 2.36
akhila-rasa-amṛta-mūrtiḥ the reservoir of all pleasure, in which exist all the mellows of devotional service, namely śānta, dāsya, sakhya, vātsalya and mādhuryaCC Madhya 8.142
akhila-ātma as the soul of allCC Madhya 8.163
akhila allCC Madhya 15.180
akhila-vṛjina-ghnam defeating everything inauspiciousCC Madhya 17.138
akhila-ātmanām of all living entitiesCC Madhya 20.162
akhila-loka of the universal planetary systemsCC Madhya 20.306
prakāśita-akhila-guṇaḥ having all transcendental qualities manifestedCC Madhya 20.400
akhila-ceṣṭā all activityCC Madhya 22.126
akhila-vṛjina-ghnam who can destroy all kinds of material miseryCC Madhya 24.48
akhila-artha-lābham the achievement of all kinds of gainsCC Madhya 24.52
akhila allCC Madhya 24.177
akhila of allCC Antya 1.175
akhila-sura-asura-ādi by all demigods and demonsCC Antya 3.85
akhila-ātma as the soul of allBs 5.37
akhila allMM 43
akhila allNBS 19
akhila allNBS 65
akhila everyoneSB 10.37.1-2
akhilaiḥ by allSB 10.14.18
akhilam in totalityBG 4.33
akhilam entirelyBG 7.29
akhilam entirelyBG 15.12
akhilam allSB 4.9.14
akhilam whole subjectSB 5.16.2
akhilam total aggregateSB 7.3.34
akhilam allSB 7.6.26
akhilam allSB 7.9.20
akhilam everythingSB 10.14.56
akhilam everythingSB 10.59.30
akhilam allSB 11.6.28
akhilam completelySB 11.15.13
akhilam allCC Madhya 2.18
akhilam entireCC Madhya 20.110
akhilam allCC Antya 3.181
akhilam allCC Antya 16.74
akhilam fullNoI 8
akhilam entireMM 43
akhilasya of the entire universeSB 3.28.23
akhila-rasa-amṛta-mūrtiḥ the reservoir of all pleasure, in which exist all the mellows of devotional service, namely śānta, dāsya, sakhya, vātsalya and mādhuryaCC Madhya 8.142
ārati dekhila observed the ārati ceremonyCC Madhya 14.65
akhila-artha-lābham the achievement of all kinds of gainsCC Madhya 24.52
akhila-arthān all desirable thingsSB 10.14.60
akhila-arthe for fulfillmentSB 4.7.29
akhila-sura-asura-ādi by all demigods and demonsCC Antya 3.85
akhila-devatā-ātmā the origin of all demigodsSB 8.7.26
akhila-ātma as the soul of allCC Adi 4.72
akhila-ātma as the soul of allCC Madhya 8.163
akhila-ātma as the soul of allBs 5.37
nikhila-ātmakatvāt because the Supreme Personality of Godhead is the Supersoul of everyoneSB 8.3.30
akhila-ātmanaḥ of the SupersoulSB 2.5.17
akhila-ātmanaḥ of the Supersoul of all living entitiesSB 7.1.25
akhila-devatā-ātmanaḥ the total aggregate of all the demigodsSB 8.7.26
akhila-ātmanaḥ who is the Supersoul of everyoneSB 8.7.44
akhila-ātmanām of all living entitiesSB 10.14.55
akhila-ātmanām of all living entitiesCC Madhya 20.162
akhila-ātmani unto the Supreme SoulSB 2.8.3
akhila-ātmani the SupersoulSB 3.25.19
akhila-ātmani the Supersoul of everyoneSB 7.5.41
akhila-ātmani the Supreme Soul, the Supersoul of all living entitiesSB 8.17.2-3
akhila-ātmani the Supersoul of all living entitiesSB 10.13.36
akhila-ātmani as the Supreme Personality of GodheadSB 11.20.30
akhila-āvāsa O shelter of all beingsSB 10.37.10-11
akhila-deha-bhājām of all living entitiesSB 9.21.12
akhila-deha-bhājām of all the materially embodied living entitiesSB 10.1.4
bhaṭṭācārya likhila Sārvabhauma Bhaṭṭācārya repliedCC Madhya 12.6
akhila-dharma-bhāvanam who is the master of all religious principles or the occupational duties for a human beingSB 8.1.16
akhila-bhūta-hṛt-sthitaḥ because He is antaryāmī, situated everywhere, in the core of everyone's heartSB 10.12.25
akhila-ceṣṭā all activityCC Madhya 22.126
akhila-deha-bhājām of all living entitiesSB 9.21.12
akhila-deha-bhājām of all the materially embodied living entitiesSB 10.1.4
dekhila sawCC Adi 10.73
dekhila I have seenCC Adi 13.84
dekhila observedCC Adi 14.11
dekhila I sawCC Adi 14.80
dekhila sawCC Adi 17.17
dekhila sawCC Adi 17.18
dekhila sawCC Adi 17.40
dekhila sawCC Adi 17.97
dekhila sawCC Madhya 1.121
dekhila sawCC Madhya 1.145
dekhila sawCC Madhya 1.227
dekhila observedCC Madhya 3.58
dekhila they sawCC Madhya 4.51
dekhila sawCC Madhya 4.105
dekhila sawCC Madhya 4.157
dekhila all of them sawCC Madhya 6.30
dekhila sawCC Madhya 7.5
dekhila He sawCC Madhya 9.15
dekhila the Lord sawCC Madhya 9.69
dekhila sawCC Madhya 9.221
dekhila I sawCC Madhya 10.122
dekhila sawCC Madhya 13.179
ārati dekhila observed the ārati ceremonyCC Madhya 14.65
yāñā dekhila went and sawCC Madhya 15.61
dekhila sawCC Madhya 15.81
dekhila he sawCC Madhya 16.78
tāvat dekhila saw all the placesCC Madhya 18.56
dekhila sawCC Madhya 18.68
dekhila loka all the people sawCC Madhya 18.95
śrī-kṛṣṇa dekhila that they have seen Lord KṛṣṇaCC Madhya 18.97
dekhila sawCC Madhya 18.107
vaikuṇṭha dekhila saw the spiritual worldCC Madhya 18.136
nā dekhila did not seeCC Madhya 18.179
dekhila I lookedCC Madhya 20.12
dekhila sawCC Madhya 20.40
nā dekhila did not seeCC Madhya 21.79
dekhila they sawCC Antya 1.28
dekhila he sawCC Antya 4.114
dekhila did you seeCC Antya 6.249
dekhila sawCC Antya 7.79
dekhila I have seenCC Antya 13.60
dekhila sawCC Antya 14.33
nā dekhila I did not seeCC Antya 18.47
akhila-devatā-ātmā the origin of all demigodsSB 8.7.26
akhila-devatā-ātmanaḥ the total aggregate of all the demigodsSB 8.7.26
akhila-śakti-dhāmnaḥ (the qualities) of the reservoir of all potenciesSB 11.4.2
akhila-sattva-dhāmnaḥ the reservoir of all existencesSB 12.4.39
akhila-sattva-dhāmni who are the original cause of all existence, from whom everything emanates and in whom all potencies resideSB 10.2.30
akhila-dharma-bhāvanam who is the master of all religious principles or the occupational duties for a human beingSB 8.1.16
akhila-dharma-setave whose spokes are considered to be a breech of the entire universeSB 9.5.6
akhila-dṛk of the vision of all creaturesSB 10.23.24
akhila-dṛk the seer of everythingSB 10.28.12
akhila-durita all sinful activitiesSB 12.6.68
akhila-vṛjina-ghnam defeating everything inauspiciousSB 12.12.69
akhila-vṛjina-ghnam defeating everything inauspiciousCC Madhya 17.138
akhila-vṛjina-ghnam who can destroy all kinds of material miseryCC Madhya 24.48
prakāśita-akhila-guṇaḥ having all transcendental qualities manifestedCC Madhya 20.400
akhila-gurau the spiritual master of allSB 10.46.30
akhila-guro O supreme spiritual master of the entire creationSB 7.9.42
akhila-guro O supreme instructor of the entire creationSB 7.10.4
akhila-guro O universal LordSB 8.3.32
akhila-guroḥ the spiritual master of all living beingsSB 12.8.48
akhila-jagat-guruḥ the master of all the three worldsSB 5.24.27
akhila-jagat-guruṇā the spiritual master of the whole universeSB 5.20.39
akhila-hetum unto the cause of all causesSB 8.24.61
akhila-bhūta-hṛt-sthitaḥ because He is antaryāmī, situated everywhere, in the core of everyone's heartSB 10.12.25
akhila-indriyaḥ all actions of the external sensesSB 10.12.44
akhila-īśaḥ the supreme controller of all beingsSB 12.12.66
akhila-īśvara although You are the proprietor of the entire creationSB 10.3.21
akhila-īśvaraḥ the Lord of everythingSB 3.1.2
akhila-jagat of the entire universeSB 5.1.23
akhila-jagat of the whole worldSB 5.17.1
akhila-jagat-guruṇā the spiritual master of the whole universeSB 5.20.39
akhila-jagat-guruḥ the master of all the three worldsSB 5.24.27
akhila-jagatām of all the planetary systemsSB 12.6.67
akhila-janma-śobhanam the best of all species of lifeSB 5.13.21
akhila-jīva-marmaṇi in every center of her vitalitySB 10.6.11
akhila-kalā of all artsSB 10.16.26
akhila-kāma-lampaṭā although maintaining all kinds of material desireSB 5.18.21
akhila-kāraṇāya unto the supreme cause of everythingSB 8.3.15
śrī-kṛṣṇa dekhila that they have seen Lord KṛṣṇaCC Madhya 18.97
akhila-artha-lābham the achievement of all kinds of gainsCC Madhya 24.52
akhila-loka-pāla-lalāmaḥ the head of all kings and monarchs of the universeSB 5.6.6
akhila-kāma-lampaṭā although maintaining all kinds of material desireSB 5.18.21
likhila wroteCC Adi 17.69
nā likhila I could not writeCC Madhya 2.92
likhila wroteCC Madhya 5.82
bhaṭṭācārya likhila Sārvabhauma Bhaṭṭācārya repliedCC Madhya 12.6
likhila I have writtenCC Madhya 18.56
likhila wroteCC Madhya 19.32
likhila has notedCC Antya 3.269
akhila-loka-nātha the Lord of the universeSB 2.7.15
akhila-loka-pānām all rulers of the entire universeSB 3.1.45
akhila-loka containing all planetary systemsSB 3.28.25
akhila-loka by the entire universeSB 3.28.26
akhila-loka-pāla-lalāmaḥ the head of all kings and monarchs of the universeSB 5.6.6
akhila-loka-pālakaiḥ by the leaders of the different planets, societies, kingdoms and so onSB 5.18.26
akhila-loka-pālāḥ all the demigods throughout the universeSB 8.5.33
akhila-loka-pālāḥ the demigods, directors of different departments of this universeSB 8.6.14
akhila-loka-pāla all the directors of departments of material activitiesSB 8.7.31
akhila-loka-sākṣiṇe who are the witness of all creationSB 8.22.17
akhila-loka-nātham to the Supreme Person, the controller of everythingSB 10.10.28
akhila-loka for all worldsSB 10.15.6
akhila-loka of all the worldsCC Adi 2.30
akhila-loka of all the worldsCC Adi 3.69
akhila-loka of the universal planetary systemsCC Adi 5.141
akhila-loka of all the worldsCC Adi 6.23
dekhila loka all the people sawCC Madhya 18.95
akhila-loka of the universal planetary systemsCC Madhya 20.306
akhila-jīva-marmaṇi in every center of her vitalitySB 10.6.11
akhila-ṛddhi-mat possessing the opulence of the entire universeSB 7.4.8
akhila-rasa-amṛta-mūrtiḥ the reservoir of all pleasure, in which exist all the mellows of devotional service, namely śānta, dāsya, sakhya, vātsalya and mādhuryaCC Madhya 8.142
nā likhila I could not writeCC Madhya 2.92
nā dekhila did not seeCC Madhya 18.179
nā dekhila did not seeCC Madhya 21.79
nā dekhila I did not seeCC Antya 18.47
akhila-loka-nātha the Lord of the universeSB 2.7.15
akhila-loka-nātham to the Supreme Person, the controller of everythingSB 10.10.28
nikhila allSB 2.7.12
nikhila allSB 6.13.22-23
nikhila-ātmakatvāt because the Supreme Personality of Godhead is the Supersoul of everyoneSB 8.3.30
nikhila of allSB 10.47.58
nikhila of all living beingsSB 12.6.1
nikhila allCC Adi 4.51
nikhila universalCC Madhya 13.80
nikhilam the entireSB 10.14.25
nikhilam wholeSB 10.14.34
akhila-vitta-pā I am the possessor of unlimited opulence and wealthSB 10.8.42
akhila-loka-pāla-lalāmaḥ the head of all kings and monarchs of the universeSB 5.6.6
akhila-loka-pāla all the directors of departments of material activitiesSB 8.7.31
akhila-loka-pālāḥ all the demigods throughout the universeSB 8.5.33
akhila-loka-pālāḥ the demigods, directors of different departments of this universeSB 8.6.14
akhila-loka-pālakaiḥ by the leaders of the different planets, societies, kingdoms and so onSB 5.18.26
akhila-loka-pānām all rulers of the entire universeSB 3.1.45
akhila-pradaḥ the bestower of all similar blessingsSB 10.6.34
prakāśita-akhila-guṇaḥ having all transcendental qualities manifestedCC Madhya 20.400
khila kept itCC Adi 10.58
khila kept himCC Adi 10.96
khila keptCC Madhya 1.61
khila keptCC Madhya 3.52
khila stoppedCC Madhya 3.134
khila suspendedCC Madhya 3.135
khila kept asideCC Madhya 4.33
khila keptCC Madhya 4.103
khila keptCC Madhya 4.139
khila remainedCC Madhya 5.82
khila keptCC Madhya 6.8
khila keptCC Madhya 6.252
khila keptCC Madhya 9.303
khila keptCC Madhya 9.325
khila keptCC Madhya 10.61
khila keptCC Madhya 10.136
khila keptCC Madhya 10.188
khila keptCC Madhya 11.81
khila savedCC Madhya 12.201
khila kept backCC Madhya 17.197
khila keptCC Madhya 19.9
khila protectedCC Antya 9.79
khila stoppedCC Antya 10.77
akhila-rasa-amṛta-mūrtiḥ the reservoir of all pleasure, in which exist all the mellows of devotional service, namely śānta, dāsya, sakhya, vātsalya and mādhuryaCC Madhya 8.142
akhila-ṛddhi-mat possessing the opulence of the entire universeSB 7.4.8
akhila-sādhu-sammataḥ as approved by all saintly personsSB 8.23.1
akhila-loka-sākṣiṇe who are the witness of all creationSB 8.22.17
akhila-śakti-dhāmnaḥ (the qualities) of the reservoir of all potenciesSB 11.4.2
akhila-sāra-sambhṛtaḥ the Supreme Personality of Godhead, the essence of all creationSB 8.18.20
akhila-sādhu-sammataḥ as approved by all saintly personsSB 8.23.1
akhila-sāra-sambhṛtaḥ the Supreme Personality of Godhead, the essence of all creationSB 8.18.20
akhila-sattva-dhāmni who are the original cause of all existence, from whom everything emanates and in whom all potencies resideSB 10.2.30
akhila-sattva-dhāmnaḥ the reservoir of all existencesSB 12.4.39
akhila-dharma-setave whose spokes are considered to be a breech of the entire universeSB 9.5.6
śikhila learnedCC Adi 14.94
akhila-janma-śobhanam the best of all species of lifeSB 5.13.21
śrī-kṛṣṇa dekhila that they have seen Lord KṛṣṇaCC Madhya 18.97
akhila-bhūta-hṛt-sthitaḥ because He is antaryāmī, situated everywhere, in the core of everyone's heartSB 10.12.25
akhila-sura-asura-ādi by all demigods and demonsCC Antya 3.85
akhila-yajña-tantave the enjoyer of all sacrificesSB 3.19.30
tāvat dekhila saw all the placesCC Madhya 18.56
uparata-akhila completely turned backSB 4.7.26
akhila-uttamam most excellent in personal qualitiesSB 12.3.36
vaikuṇṭha dekhila saw the spiritual worldCC Madhya 18.136
akhila-vitta-pā I am the possessor of unlimited opulence and wealthSB 10.8.42
akhila-vṛjina-ghnam defeating everything inauspiciousSB 12.12.69
akhila-vṛjina-ghnam defeating everything inauspiciousCC Madhya 17.138
akhila-vṛjina-ghnam who can destroy all kinds of material miseryCC Madhya 24.48
akhila-vṛtti in every respect, or in all activitiesSB 7.15.35
akhila-yajña-tantave the enjoyer of all sacrificesSB 3.19.30
yāñā dekhila went and sawCC Madhya 15.61
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khila noun (neuter) (in alg.) an insolvable problem (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
vedhas (Brahmā or Viṣṇu) (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
a compendium (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
additional hymn appended to the regular collection (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
compilation (esp. of hymns and prayers) (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
obduracy (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
remainder (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
supplement (of a book etc.) (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
that which serves to fill up a gap (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))

Frequency rank 11237/72933
khila noun (masculine neuter) a piece of waste or uncultivated land situated between cultivated fields (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
bare soil (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
desert (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))

Frequency rank 19242/72933
khila adjective defective (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
insufficient (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))

Frequency rank 34509/72933
akhila adjective complete (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
whole (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
without a gap (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))

Frequency rank 1168/72933
nikhila adjective all (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
complete (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
entire (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
whole (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))

Frequency rank 3501/72933
puṅkhila noun (neuter) name of a Tīrtha at the Narmadā
Frequency rank 58128/72933
puṅkhilatīrthamāhātmyavarṇana noun (neuter) name of Skandapurāṇa, Revākhaṇḍa, 210
Frequency rank 58129/72933
     Wordnet Search "khila" has 11 results.
     

khila

śeṣaphalam, śeṣaḥ, antaram, avaśiṣṭakam, avasāyaḥ, khilam, parīśeṣaḥ   

kāpi saṅkhyā kayāpi saṅakhyayā nyūnīkṛtya prāptā saṅkhyā।

asya praśnasya śeṣaphalaṃ pañca iti।

khila

sampūrṇam, sampūrṇaḥ, sampūrṇā, pūrṇam, pūrṇaḥ, purṇā, sakalam, sakalā, sakalaḥ, akhilaḥ, akhilā, akhilam   

pūryate samagram iti।

maheśaḥ sakalaḥ mūrkhaḥ। / sampūrṇaḥ kumbhaḥ śabdam na karoti।

khila

samasta, sama, sarva, viśva, aśeṣa, kṛtasra, nikhila, akhila, niḥśeṣa, samag, sakala, pūrṇa, akhaṇḍa, anūnaka, ananta, anyūna   

sarvaṃ yāvat vartate tāvat।

rāmeṇa samastāni caturdaśavarṣāṇi kānane vyatītāni।

khila

aprahata, khila   

yasya karṣaṇaṃ na jātam।

aprahatāyāṃ bhūmau vṛkṣāropaṇaṃ kriyate।

khila

khilanamargaḥ   

kaśmīre vartamānā śobhanā droṇī।

khilanamargasya haritāyāṃ bhūmau vanyāni puṣpāṇi vimohayanti।

khila

akhila, nikhila, sampūrṇa   

ekam api aparityajya niḥśeṣeṇa vā।

rāmasya akhilāyāḥ hāneḥ kṣatipūrtiṃ kaḥ kariṣyati।

khila

khila   

khilajīvaṃśasya puruṣaḥ।

khilajī turkistānadeśāt bhāratadeśam āgataḥ।

khila

khilajīvaṃśaḥ   

madhyakālīnasya bhāratasya ekaḥ rājavaṃśaḥ yasya 1290 taḥ 1320 īsavīsanaṃ paryantam yāvat dehalyām adhikāraḥ āsīt।

khilajīvaṃśasya trayaḥ śāsakāḥ āsan - jalāluddīnakhilajī, alāuddīnakhilajī tathā ca mubārakakhilajī।

khila

viśākhila   

lekhakaviśeṣaḥ ।

viśākhilasya varṇanaṃ vāmanasya kāvyālaṅkāravṛttau asti

khila

śākhila   

ekaḥ puruṣaḥ ।

śākhilasya ullekhaḥ kathāsaritsāgare asti

khila

viśākhila   

ekaḥ vaṇik ।

viśākhilasya ullekhaḥ kathāsaritsāgare asti









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