adah

adaḥ the form of the puruṣa; SB 1.3.4
adaḥ compassion; SB 2.2.27
adaḥ this universe; SB 2.5.33
adaḥ those universes; SB 3.21.19
adaḥ that; SB 3.29.43
śva-adaḥ a dog-eater; SB 3.33.6
adaḥ that; SB 4.1.53
adaḥ this; SB 4.7.27
adaḥ that; SB 4.9.12
kravya-adāḥ animals who eat raw flesh; SB 4.18.23-24
anna-adāḥ all living entities desiring food; SB 4.18.27
adaḥ the fire; SB 4.23.16
adaḥ this created world; SB 5.7.14
adaḥ this; SB 5.11.7
adaḥ that; SB 5.24.2
adaḥ one who eats; SB 5.26.18
puruṣa-adāḥ the man-eaters; SB 5.26.31
piṣṭa-adaḥ who lives by eating flour; SB 6.6.43
śva-adaḥ a dog-eater; SB 6.13.8-9
adāḥ attribute; SB 7.5.28
adaḥ brightness; SB 7.12.29-30
adaḥ this; SB 7.13.4
adaḥ of this material cosmic manifestation; SB 8.12.11
adaḥ this; SB 8.24.29
śaśa-adaḥ Saśāda ("the eater of a rabbit"); SB 9.6.11
adaḥ directly; SB 10.1.43
adaḥ that; SB 10.3.30
puruṣa-adaḥ a Rākṣasa, man-eater; SB 10.4.15
adaḥ this; SB 10.79.31
apippala-adaḥ not eating the fruits of the tree; SB 11.11.7
pippala-adaḥ the one who is eating the fruits of the tree; SB 11.11.7
adaḥ something remote; SB 11.12.12
adaḥ that; SB 12.6.68
adaḥ this universe; SB 12.9.27
adaḥ that universe; CC Adi 1.12
adaḥ that universe; CC Adi 6.4
śva-adaḥ a dog-eater; CC Madhya 16.186
adaḥ those (Kṛṣṇa's name, form, qualities and so on); CC Madhya 17.136
śva-adaḥ a dog-eater; CC Madhya 18.125
adaḥ transcendental; CC Madhya 25.36
adaḥ that; Iso invocation