giri

giri of hills; SB 3.30.27
giri-kānana the hills and forests; SB 4.14.46
giri of the hills; SB 4.18.29
giri-śam the lord of the Kailāsa Hill; SB 4.30.2
giri by hills and mountains; SB 5.1.40
giri hills; SB 5.5.30
giri-kandare in a cave in a mountain; SB 5.13.18
giri-kandara-prāye similar to the dark caves in the mountains; SB 5.14.33
kula-giri-rājaḥ the most famous among famous mountains; SB 5.16.7
giri-śikhara-sthūlāni which are as fat as mountain peaks; SB 5.16.16
mandara-giri-śikharāt from the top of Mandara Mountain; SB 5.16.17
giri hills; SB 5.17.6
giri-śikharāt from the peak of Kumuda Mountain; SB 5.17.8
giri-śikharam to the peak of Nīla Mountain; SB 5.17.8
giri-kūṭāni the tops of mountains; SB 5.17.9
meru-ādi-giri-duhitaraḥ daughters of the mountains beginning with Meru; SB 5.17.10
varṣa-giri-droṇīṣu the valleys between the mountains designating the borders of the tracts of land; SB 5.17.13
giri-vare great mountain; SB 5.20.40
mānasottara-giri of the mountain known as Mānasottara; SB 5.21.7
giri-daryām in a cave in a mountain; SB 5.24.23
sa-giri-sarit-samudra-sattvam with many mountains, trees, oceans and living entities; SB 5.25.12
giri of a mountain; SB 5.26.28
giri of mountains; SB 6.10.26
giri-rāṭ the Himalaya Mountains; SB 6.12.27-29
giri-śṛńgam the peak of a mountain; SB 6.12.32
giri-kandara like the caves of a mountain; SB 7.8.19-22
tat-giri of that mountain (Trikūṭa); SB 8.2.20
giri hill (Trikūṭa Mountain); SB 8.4.17-24
giri-īśaḥ Lord Śiva; SB 8.5.38
giri-pāta because of the falling of Mandara Mountain; SB 8.6.37
giri-rāṭ the king of mountains; SB 8.7.12
giri-tra O King of the mountains; SB 8.7.31
giri by peaks of mountains; SB 9.10.20
giri-kandara like mountain caves; SB 10.6.14
giri-kūṭa-vat appearing like the weight of a mountain peak; SB 10.7.18
giri-śṛńga like a mountain peak; SB 10.12.17
giri to the hill; SB 10.24.32-33
giri this hill; SB 10.25.20
giri-varam the best of mountains, Govardhana; SB 10.26.3
giri of the mountains; SB 10.35.8-11
giri of a mountain; SB 10.37.29
giri-indra a kingly mountain; SB 10.37.31
giri on the mountains; SB 10.41.35
giri mountains; SB 10.47.56
giri-kandaram the mountain cave; SB 10.51.9
giri-gahvare in a mountain cave; SB 10.51.27
giri-jā the adopted daughter of the Himālayan mountain range; SB 10.53.25
giri-śaḥ Lord Śiva, the master of Mount Kailāsa; SB 10.58.37
giri consisting of mountains; SB 10.59.2-3
giri-śam to Lord Śiva; SB 10.62.4
giri a mountain; SB 10.64.3
giri-vraje in the fortress known as Girivraja; SB 10.70.24
giri-śa by Lord Śiva; SB 10.76.7
giri of a mountain; SB 10.76.22
giri-śa of Lord Śiva; SB 10.79.11-15
giri-śaḥ Lord Śiva, master of Mount Kailāsa; SB 10.88.13
giri-rāṭ the Himalaya Mountains; SB 11.23.38-39
giri to the mountains; SB 12.2.8
giri-nadī of the mountains and rivers; SB 12.12.16
mandara-giri of Mandara Mountain; SB 12.13.2
giri mountains; CC Adi 8.5
giri govardhana to the hill known as Govardhana; CC Madhya 4.21
ṛṣyamūka-giri at the Ṛṣyamūka Mountain; CC Madhya 9.311
giri-dhātu some minerals from the hills; CC Madhya 14.204
ārindā-giri kare acts as the chief tax collector; CC Antya 3.191
caṭaka-giri the sand dune known as Caṭaka-parvata; CC Antya 14.119
giri-rājasya the king of sand dunes; CC Antya 14.120
govardhana-giri-patim Govardhana, the king of hills; CC Antya 14.120
ucca-giri high hills; CC Antya 15.19
giri in the words or speech; NoI 5
giri-taṭe at the foot of Govardhana Hill; NoI 9