padah

tīrtha-pādaḥ the Lord, whose lotus feet are the source of all virtues or holiness; SB 1.6.33
jana-padāḥ cities and towns; SB 1.8.40
jana-padāḥ cities; SB 1.14.20
pādāḥ legs; SB 1.17.24
pādaḥ leg; SB 1.17.25
sthiti-padaḥ the reservoir of all material opulence; SB 2.6.19
pādāḥ trayaḥ the cosmos of three fourths of the Lord's energy; SB 2.6.20
āśrita-padaḥ surrendered soul; SB 2.7.42
tīrtha-padaḥ of the Supreme Lord; SB 3.1.17
tīrtha-padaḥ whose lotus feet are all the places of pilgrimage; SB 3.5.11
tīrtha-padaḥ one whose lotus feet are as good as a place of pilgrimage; SB 3.5.41
pādāḥ principles; SB 3.12.35
tīrtha-padaḥ of the Supreme Personality of Godhead; SB 3.23.42
bahu-padāḥ those who have many legs; SB 3.29.30
catuḥ-pādaḥ four-legged; SB 3.29.30
viṣṇu-pādaḥ the lotus feet of Lord Viṣṇu; SB 3.31.21
catuḥ-padaḥ the four-legged (bulls); SB 5.1.14
jana-padaḥ desiring to serve the people in general; SB 5.4.5
dvi-padaḥ two-legged; SB 5.18.27
catuḥ-padaḥ four-legged; SB 5.18.27
padaḥ a kingdom; SB 5.24.28
catuḥ-padaḥ the four-legged animals like the deer; SB 6.4.9
kṛta-pādaḥ whose lotus feet were placed; SB 6.4.35-39
upānat-padaḥ for a person who has suitable shoes; SB 7.15.17
tīrtha-padaḥ the Lord, at whose feet are the holy places; SB 9.5.16
padaḥ of the place; SB 10.2.38
rūḍha-padaḥ when it is acute; SB 10.4.38
jana-padāḥ developed inhabited area; SB 10.24.24
padāḥ with phrases; SB 10.39.16
pādaḥ His feet; SB 10.54.34
pādaḥ His feet; SB 10.86.11
pādaḥ the lotus feet; SB 11.6.13
pādaḥ having legs; SB 11.7.22
bahu-pādaḥ having many legs; SB 11.7.22
jana-padāḥ the residents of the cities; SB 12.1.41
pādāḥ the legs; SB 12.3.18
jana-padāḥ the populated places; SB 12.3.32
āśrita-padaḥ those who have taken shelter of the Lord; CC Madhya 6.235
tīrtha-padaḥ of the Supreme Personality of Godhead, at whose lotus feet are all places of pilgrimage; CC Madhya 8.72