nathah

sa-nāthāḥ to be under the protection of the master; SB 1.11.8
nāga-nāthāḥ the leaders of Nāgaloka (below the earth); SB 2.6.43-45
adhiloka-nāthaḥ the King of the kings; SB 3.5.8
dīna-nāthaḥ refuge of the fallen souls; SB 3.31.18
bhūta-nāthaḥ the lord of the ghosts; SB 4.5.4
nāthaḥ the master; SB 4.16.20
nāthāḥ being the subject of the Supreme; SB 4.21.49
nāthāḥ O masters; SB 4.22.13
camū-nāthaḥ commanders; SB 4.26.1-3
nāthaḥ the Supreme Lord; SB 5.1.15
nāthāḥ O lords; SB 6.7.35
yoga-nāthaḥ the master of all mystic powers; SB 6.8.16
nāthāḥ O lords; SB 6.10.8
vṛtra-nāthāḥ the soldiers led by Vṛtrāsura; SB 6.10.27
dīna-nāthaḥ the only shelter of the down-trodden; SB 8.17.8
asura-yūtha-nāthāḥ the chiefs of the demons; SB 8.17.16
loka-nāthāḥ the predominating deities of various planets; SB 8.21.5
alabdha-nāthaḥ without getting the shelter of a protector; SB 9.4.52
loka-nāthāḥ the directors of the various planets; SB 9.18.5
nāthaḥ the master; SB 10.14.39
tvat-nāthāḥ having You as our Lord; SB 10.19.10
sa-nāthāḥ having a master; SB 10.27.19
nāthāḥ a protector; SB 10.58.9
nāthaḥ Lord; SB 11.8.35
tat-nāthāḥ the subjects having these kings as rulers; SB 12.1.41
nāthaḥ the master; SB 12.13.22
gopī-nāthaḥ Śrī Gopīnātha; CC Adi 1.17
jagat-aṇḍa-nāthāḥ the masters of the universes (the Brahmās); CC Adi 5.71
gopī-nāthaḥ the master of all the gopīs; CC Madhya 1.5
jagat-aṇḍa-nāthāḥ the masters of the universes (the Brahmās); CC Madhya 20.281
jagat-aṇḍa-nāthāḥ the masters of the universes (the Brahmās); CC Madhya 21.41
gopī-nāthaḥ Śrī Gopīnātha; CC Antya 1.7
mat-prāṇa-nāthaḥ the Lord of My life; CC Antya 20.47
jagat-aṇḍa-nāthāḥ the masters of the universes (the Brahmās); Bs 5.48