rupah

ugra-rūpaḥ fierce form; BG 11.31
evam-rūpaḥ in this form; BG 11.48
kāla-rūpaḥ in the disguise of all-devouring time; SB 1.13.49
rūpaḥ form of; SB 1.19.14
bahu-rūpaḥ multiforms; SB 2.9.2
sa-rūpāḥ with forms; SB 3.26.5
aham-rūpaḥ the false ego; SB 3.32.29
adṛṣṭa-rūpaḥ not seen; SB 5.18.26
kṛta-varāha-rūpaḥ having accepted the form of a boar; SB 5.18.34
viśva-rūpaḥ the gigantic form of the universe; SB 6.4.27-28
rūpaḥ or material form; SB 6.4.33
rūpaḥ or material form; SB 6.16.21
nṛsiṃha-rūpaḥ the form of Nṛsiṃhadeva (half lion and half man); SB 7.8.19-22
mṛgatṛṣṇi-rūpāḥ exactly like a mirage in the desert; SB 7.9.25
abodha-rūpaḥ by the quality of ignorance; SB 8.7.11
nitya-vayaḥ-rūpāḥ who were ever beautiful and young; SB 8.15.17
tulya-rūpāḥ all of them had the same bodily features; SB 9.3.15
tulya-rūpāḥ appearing exactly like; SB 9.4.23
rūpaḥ and appearance; SB 10.55.32
rūpaḥ whose form; SB 10.64.7
rūpaḥ having personal forms; SB 10.90.1-7
mat-rūpaḥ one who has realized that he is not different from Me, and who is thus absorbed in My form, pastimes, etc.; SB 11.13.26
kāma-rūpaḥ Takṣaka, who could assume any form he wished; SB 12.6.12
sukha-rūpaḥ happiness personified; CC Madhya 8.206
rūpaḥ Rūpa Gosvāmī; CC Madhya 19.134
gāyatrī-bhāṣya-rūpaḥ the purport of Brahma-gāyatrī, the mother of the Vedic literatures; CC Madhya 25.143-144
sāma-rūpaḥ the best (like the Sāma among the Vedas); CC Madhya 25.143-144
rūpaḥ Rūpa Gosvāmī; CC Antya 1.212
jyotiḥ-rūpaḥ halo; Bs 5.8