mleccha

mleccha of the lands known as Mlecchadeśa (where Vedic civilization was not present); SB 9.23.16
mleccha of the outcaste meat-eaters; SB 10.40.22
mleccha with barbarians; SB 10.50.44
mleccha of barbarians; SB 10.52.5
mleccha-prāyāḥ mostly outcastes; SB 12.1.38
mleccha one who does not follow the Vedic principles; CC Adi 7.39
mleccha meat-eaters; CC Adi 17.192
mleccha meat-eater; CC Adi 17.194
mleccha the meat-eater; CC Adi 17.198
mleccha meat-eater; CC Adi 17.201-202
mleccha-jāti belonging to the meat-eater caste; CC Madhya 1.197
mleccha-sevī servants of the meat-eaters; CC Madhya 1.197
mleccha-karma the work of meat-eaters; CC Madhya 1.197
mleccha-bhaye from fear of the Muslims; CC Madhya 4.42
mleccha-deśe through the countries where Muslims ruled; CC Madhya 4.176
mleccha-deśa the countries governed by Muslims; CC Madhya 4.184
mleccha-rājāra of the Muslim King; CC Madhya 15.121
mleccha the Muslim; CC Madhya 16.171
mleccha the governor of the other side; CC Madhya 16.195
mleccha-bhaye because of fear of the Muslims; CC Madhya 18.31
mleccha-bhaye because of fear of the Muslims; CC Madhya 18.47
mleccha Muslims; CC Madhya 18.163
mleccha the Muslims; CC Madhya 18.164
mleccha the Muslims; CC Madhya 18.179
mleccha-gaṇa dekhi' seeing the Muslim soldiers; CC Madhya 18.180
mleccha-gaṇa the Muslim soldiers; CC Madhya 18.181
sei mleccha-madhye among those Muslims; CC Madhya 18.185
mleccha kahe the Muslim replied; CC Madhya 18.199
mleccha-śāstra Muslim scripture; CC Madhya 18.202
mleccha-deśa this is a country occupied by the Muslims; CC Madhya 18.217
mleccha uncivilized men who cannot follow the Vedic principles; CC Madhya 19.145
mleccha unclean persons with no principles; CC Madhya 24.17
mleccha the meat-eaters; CC Antya 3.155
mleccha the Muslim; CC Antya 3.159
mleccha Muslim; CC Antya 6.17
sei mleccha of that Muslim caudhurī; CC Antya 6.24
mleccha bale the Muslim said; CC Antya 6.30
mleccha-sahita with the Muslim; CC Antya 6.34
mleccha hañā although born in a family of meat-eaters; CC Antya 11.30