devata

devatā gods; BG 9.23
pati-devatā chaste; SB 1.7.47
devatā-anukramaḥ one demigod after another; SB 2.6.26
devatā-ātmā the soul of the demigods; SB 2.7.11
devatā the Supreme Lord; SB 3.13.39
devatā the demigods; SB 3.16.22
devatā demigods; SB 4.7.45
pati-devatā devoted to the husband; SB 4.26.15
pati-devatā accepting her husband as the Supreme Lord; SB 4.28.43
para-devatā of the Supreme Personality of Godhead; SB 5.1.38
sarva-devatā-lińgānām which manifest all the demigods; SB 5.7.6
kula-devatā of the family Deity; SB 5.17.2
sarva-devatā-mayam consisting of all the demigods; SB 5.23.8
devatā-lińgaiḥ by the forms of the demigods; SB 6.18.33-34
ātma-devatā-buddhiḥ accepting as the self or the demigods; SB 7.11.8-12
akhila-devatā-ātmā the origin of all demigods; SB 8.7.26
akhila-devatā-ātmanaḥ the total aggregate of all the demigods; SB 8.7.26
para-devatā-ākhyām the Supreme Lord, the Personality of Godhead, appearing in that form; SB 8.9.18
devatā-gaṇāḥ the residents known as the demigods; SB 8.20.19
sarva-devatā Devakī, to whom all the demigods and God Himself appeared; SB 10.1.56
devatā-prāyāḥ were inhabitants of heaven; SB 10.1.61
devatā the presiding demigods; SB 10.23.48-49
devatā deities; SB 10.40.9
para-devatā their most worshipable Deity; SB 10.43.17
devatā demigods; SB 10.70.10
devatā the supremely worshipable goddess; SB 10.85.27-28
guru-devatā-ātmā one who sees his own spiritual master as his lord and very soul; SB 11.2.37
pati-devatā she who accepted her husband as a worshipable deity; SB 11.7.69
devatā the demigods; SB 11.23.42
para-devatā most worshipable; CC Adi 4.83
devatā goddess; CC Adi 4.89
devatā demigods; CC Adi 14.48
devatā demigods; CC Adi 14.53
devatā demigods; CC Adi 14.62
devatā the Lord; CC Adi 16.48
devatā of a demigod; CC Adi 16.85
devatā-mandire to the temple of the Lord; CC Madhya 7.85
devatā-mandire in the temples of some gods; CC Madhya 9.304
devatā the worshipable Lord; CC Madhya 20.119
devatā predominating Deities; CC Madhya 20.198
māghera devatā the predominating Deity of the month of Māgha (January-February); CC Madhya 20.199
devatā of predominating deities; CC Madhya 20.276
para-devatā most worshipable; CC Madhya 23.68
devatā worshipable Lord; CC Madhya 24.137
devatā worshipable Lord; CC Madhya 25.138
devatā the demigods; CC Antya 16.131