ratah

veda-vāda-ratāḥ supposed followers of the Vedas; BG 2.42-43
ratāḥ engaged; BG 5.25
ratāḥ engaged; BG 12.3-4
satya-rataḥ having taken the vow of truthfulness; SB 1.5.13
rātaḥ restored; SB 1.12.16
viṣṇu-rātaḥ protected by Viṣṇu, the Personality of Godhead; SB 1.12.17
viṣṇu-rātaḥ Mahārāja Parīkṣit (who is always protected by Lord Viṣṇu); SB 1.19.29
brahma-rātaḥ Śukadeva Gosvāmī; SB 2.8.27
rataḥ satisfied; SB 3.23.40
adhyātma-rataḥ engaged in self-realization; SB 3.27.27
rataḥ attached to; SB 4.28.53
yoga-rataḥ being engaged in the performance of yoga; SB 6.10.33
rataḥ always engaged; SB 9.8.14
rātaḥ was protected; SB 9.16.32
deva-rātaḥ protected by the demigods; SB 9.16.32
ātma-rataḥ He who takes pleasure only within Himself; SB 10.30.34
rataḥ taking pleasure; SB 10.60.58
rataḥ fixed; SB 10.62.2
rataḥ he is engaged; SB 11.10.27-29
ātma-rataḥ completely satisfied in spiritual understanding; SB 11.18.20
rataḥ engaged; SB 11.18.30
ratāḥ absorbed; SB 12.3.23
viṣṇu-rātaḥ Parīkṣit, who while still in the womb had been protected by Lord Kṛṣṇa Himself; SB 12.6.1
rataḥ attached; CC Madhya 22.160
ratāḥ engaged; Iso 9
ratāḥ engaged; Iso 12