madhu

madhu-sūdanaḥ the killer of Madhu; BG 2.1
madhu-sūdana O killer of Madhu; BG 2.4
madhu-sūdana O killer of the demon Madhu; BG 6.33
madhu-pate O Lord of Madhu; SB 1.8.42
madhu-patiḥ the master of Madhu (Kṛṣṇa); SB 1.10.18
madhu-dviṣaḥ of the enemy of Madhu (Śrī Kṛṣṇa); SB 1.10.32
madhu Madhu; SB 1.11.11
madhu Madhu; SB 1.14.25
madhu sweethearts; SB 1.16.35
madhu honey; SB 1.18.12
madhu-cyut sweet to hear; SB 1.19.22
madhu-āmada intoxication by drinking; SB 3.3.15
madhu-dviṣaḥ the enemy of the Madhu asura; SB 3.7.19
madhu-vrata-śriyā sweet sound in beauty; SB 3.8.31
madhu fragrant, laden with honey; SB 3.15.17
madhu-vrata-pateḥ of the king of the bees; SB 3.16.20
madhu-sūdanaḥ the killer of the demon Madhu; SB 3.24.6
madhu-dviṣaḥ the killer of the Madhu demon; SB 3.32.18
madhu-vratam with bees; SB 3.33.18
madhu-gandhena with the scent of honey; SB 4.2.25
madhu-vanam of the name Madhuvana; SB 4.8.42
madhu-vrataiḥ with bumblebees; SB 4.9.63
madhu-dviṣaḥ of the Lord (the enemy of Madhu); SB 4.12.21
madhu-cyutam like pouring honey; SB 4.12.28
madhu-karaḥ the bumblebee; SB 4.18.2
madhu sweet; SB 4.18.17
madhu-cyutaḥ dropping honey; SB 4.19.8
madhu sweet to hear; SB 4.22.17
madhu-dviṣaḥ of the Lord; SB 4.22.20
madhu sweetness; SB 4.24.64
madhu-bhuk enjoying sex life; SB 4.27.18
madhu-bhit of the killer of the Madhu demon; SB 4.29.39-40
madhu of honey; SB 4.29.54
kāma-madhu-lavān little drops of honeylike sense gratification; SB 5.14.22
madhu-dviṭ of Lord Kṛṣṇa, who killed the demon Madhu; SB 5.14.44
madhu honey; SB 5.16.13-14
madhu-dhārāḥ flows of honey; SB 5.16.22
madhu honey; SB 5.16.24
madhu by honey; SB 5.17.20
madhu-kulyā Madhukulyā; SB 5.20.15
madhu-ruhaḥ Madhuruha; SB 5.20.21
madhu-āsavena and the honey; SB 5.25.7
madhu nectar; SB 6.1.58-60
madhu-puṣpitāyām in the flowery Vedic language describing the results of ritualistic performances; SB 6.3.25
madhu the honey; SB 6.3.33
madhu-hā named Madhusūdana; SB 6.8.21
madhu-mathana O killer of the Madhu demon; SB 6.9.39
madhu-dviṣaḥ of Viṣṇu, the slayer of the Madhu demon; SB 7.1.38
madhu-lavaiḥ with drops of honey (happiness); SB 7.9.25
madhu-kaiṭabha-ākhyau known as Madhu and Kaiṭabha; SB 7.9.37
madhu drinking liquor or honey; SB 7.12.12
madhu-vratāt from the bumblebee; SB 7.13.36
madhu-vat as good as honey ("money is honey"); SB 7.13.36
madhu-purī Mathurā; SB 7.14.30-33
madhu-mādhavau flowers and fruits produced during spring, or in the months of Caitra and Vaiśākha; SB 8.8.11
madhu-sūdanaḥ the Supreme Personality of Godhead, who is known as Madhusūdana, the killer of the demon Madhu; SB 8.12.37
madhu-vrataiḥ with bees; SB 8.15.12
madhu-vrata of bees always hankering for honey; SB 8.18.3
madhu-vrata of bees; SB 8.20.32-33
madhu-sūdanaḥ the killer of the Madhu demon; SB 9.24.60
madhu and by the Madhus; SB 9.24.62
madhu-hā the killer of the demon Madhu; SB 10.6.21
madhu the honey; SB 10.14.33
madhu-cyutaḥ dripping sweet sap; SB 10.20.27
madhu-patiḥ the Lord of Madhu (Kṛṣṇa); SB 10.21.2
madhu with sweet sap; SB 10.27.26
madhu sweet-tasting; SB 10.34.3
madhu mixed with honey; SB 10.34.3
madhu of sweet sap; SB 10.35.8-11
madhu by the honeylike sweetness; SB 10.35.8-11
madhu-puryām in the city of Mathurā; SB 10.38.1
madhu-parka honey mixed with milk; SB 10.38.37-38
madhu-purīm to Mathurā; SB 10.39.11-12
madhu like honey; SB 10.39.24
madhu-kaiṭabha of the demons Madhu and Kaiṭabha; SB 10.40.17-18
madhu-puri in Mathurā; SB 10.42.24
madhu-sūdanaḥ the killer of the demon Madhu; SB 10.43.13
yadu-vṛṣṇi-andhaka-madhu-dāśārha kukura-ādikān the Yadus, Vṛṣṇis, Andhakas, Madhus, Dāśārhas, Kukuras and so on; SB 10.45.15-16
madhu-purīm to Mathurā City; SB 10.46.48
madhu-karam a honeybee; SB 10.47.11
madhu-patiḥ the Lord of the Madhu dynasty; SB 10.47.12
madhu-puryām in the city of Mathurā; SB 10.47.21
madhu-parkam the traditional mixture of milk and honey; SB 10.53.33
madhu-sūdana O killer of Madhu; SB 10.60.47
madhu the honey; SB 10.62.15
madhu springtime; SB 10.62.29-30
madhu of honey; SB 10.65.20
madhu of Mathurā; SB 10.75.33
madhu Mathurā; SB 10.86.20
madhu-pateḥ of Kṛṣṇa, the Lord of Madhu; SB 10.90.23
madhu-dviṣaḥ of Kṛṣṇa, enemy of the demon Madhu; SB 10.90.35
madhu-dviṣaḥ of the enemy of Madhu; SB 11.2.28
madhu-bhidā by the killer of the demon Madhu; SB 11.4.17
madhu-kṛt the honeybee; SB 11.7.33-35
madhu-hā the honey thief; SB 11.7.33-35
mādhu-karīm of the honeybee; SB 11.8.9
madhu-hā the one who steals the honey from the beehive; SB 11.8.15
madhu the honey; SB 11.8.15
madhu-hā the person who steals honey from the bees; SB 11.8.16
madhu-mādhavau spring; SB 11.16.27
madhu-dviṣaḥ from Lord Kṛṣṇa, the enemy of the demon Madhu; SB 11.30.10
madhu sweet-tasting; SB 11.30.12
madhu-arbudāḥ the Madhus and Arbudas; SB 11.30.18
madhu-ādiṣu beginning with Madhu; SB 12.11.32
madhu-māsam the month of Madhu (Caitra, at the time of the spring equinox); SB 12.11.33
madhu-kulyāḥ rivers of honey; SB 12.12.63
madhu-pa and bumble bees; CC Adi 2.2
madhu-sūdanaḥ the killer of the Madhu demon; CC Adi 4.116
madhu-puryām in the city of Mathurā; CC Adi 6.68
madhu honey; CC Adi 10.1
madhu by the honey; CC Adi 11.1
madhu āna bring honey; CC Adi 17.115
madhu āna bring honey; CC Adi 17.115
madhu-pāna drinking of the honey; CC Adi 17.238
madhu-ripuḥ the enemy of the demon Madhu; CC Madhya 2.36
madhu the honey; CC Madhya 8.180
madhu-dhārāḥ showers of honey; CC Madhya 8.276
madhu-dviṭ of the killer of the demon Madhu; CC Madhya 9.269
madhu-pāne in drinking the honey; CC Madhya 12.214
madhu honey; CC Madhya 14.178
mādhu-karī as collected by the bees; CC Madhya 15.243
madhu-purīra of Mathurā; CC Madhya 17.187
madhu-vana Madhuvana; CC Madhya 17.193
madhu-aśru tears in the form of honey; CC Madhya 17.200
madhu-purī Mathurā; CC Madhya 19.102
madhu-purī Mathurā; CC Madhya 19.106
mādhu-karī begging little by little, like honeybees; CC Madhya 19.128
madhu-ripu of Kṛṣṇa, the enemy of the Madhu demon; CC Madhya 19.165
ati-madhu extraordinarily sweet; CC Madhya 21.135
madhu-gandhi the fragrance of honey; CC Madhya 21.136
sei madhu that ambrosia; CC Madhya 21.140
madhu-gandhi the fragrance of honey; CC Madhya 23.35
madhu-dhārāḥ showers of honey; CC Madhya 24.208
madhu sweet; CC Madhya 24.215
tāra madhu the honey collected from those lotus flowers; CC Madhya 25.273
sphīta-madhu-vratāni having many maddened bumblebees; CC Antya 1.159
madhu-vratāḥ the bumblebees; CC Antya 1.159
madhu-smita sweet smiling; CC Antya 15.71
madhu-miṣe by the oozing of honey; CC Antya 16.148
madhu-udyāne in the garden known as Jagannātha-vallabha; CC Antya 19.1
madhu-purī the transcendental city known as Mathurā; NoI 9
madhu-kaiṭabha-are O enemy of Madhu and Kaiṭabha; MM 25
madhu honey; MM 26
madhu-vidviṣe the antagonist of the demon Madhu; MM 50