baka

baka crane; SB 3.10.25
baka-kańka-gṛdhraiḥ with cranes, herons and vultures; SB 5.13.16
baka herons; SB 5.14.29
baka by the asura named Baka; SB 10.2.1-2
baka-rūpa-dhṛk assumed the bodily shape of a big duck; SB 10.11.48
mahā-baka-grastam swallowed by the great duck; SB 10.11.49
baka-arim unto the enemy of Bakāsura; SB 10.11.52
baka-āsyāt from the mouth of Bakāsura; SB 10.11.53
bakī-baka-anujaḥ the younger brother of Pūtanā and Bakāsura; SB 10.12.14
baka-vat like Bakāsura; SB 10.12.24
baka-ari-uśat-mukham the beautiful face of Kṛṣṇa, the enemy of Bakāsura; SB 10.12.24
baka-ari of the enemy of Bakāsura; SB 10.12.26
baka Bakāsura; SB 10.43.30
baka-ādayaḥ Baka and others; SB 10.46.26
baka-vat just like a duck; SB 11.23.38-39
baka-vatsayoḥ of the demons named Baka and Vatsa; SB 12.12.28-29
baka-pāńti like a row of white ducks; CC Madhya 21.109
baka a duck; CC Antya 5.129
baka-prāya like a duck; CC Antya 7.102
baka-pāńti bhāla like a line of ducks; CC Antya 15.66
baka-pāńti like rows of ducks; CC Antya 19.39