vak

vāk fine speech; BG 10.34
vāk-mayam of the voice; BG 17.15
vāk speech; BG 18.15
vāk speech; BG 18.51-53
vāk vocabulary; SB 1.5.11
vāk speech; SB 1.9.43
vāk-tantyām in the network of Vedic hymns; SB 1.13.42
baddha-vāk stopped talking; SB 1.15.43
vāk words; SB 1.18.36
vāk the sense for speaking; SB 2.5.31
vāk vibration; SB 2.10.19
vāk words; SB 2.10.34
vāk-īśaḥ Brahmā, lord of the Vedas; SB 3.6.23
vāk speaking; SB 3.12.26
vāk-yataḥ controlling speech; SB 3.14.32
vāk the organ of speech; SB 3.26.13
śānta-vāk in silence; SB 4.4.24
yata-vāk controlling the force of talking; SB 4.8.56
vāk-bāṇaiḥ by the arrows of harsh words; SB 4.9.29
vāk-śaraiḥ by the harsh words; SB 4.12.42
vāk-vajrāḥ whose words are as strong as a thunderbolt; SB 4.13.19-20
vāk by words; SB 4.14.15
vāk words; SB 4.16.1
vāk with sweet words; SB 4.20.35-36
vāk words; SB 4.22.55
vāk words; SB 4.23.7
vāk Sarasvatī, the goddess of learning; SB 4.25.28
yata-vāk fully controlled of words; SB 4.28.19
vāk the faculty of speech; SB 4.29.11
vāk an elegant manner of speaking; SB 5.19.7
deha-vāk-buddhi-jam performed by the body, words and intelligence; SB 6.1.13-14
satya-vāk always truthful; SB 6.1.56-57
mita-vāk talking with great care not to speak nonsense; SB 6.1.56-57
vāk-yataḥ keeping oneself silent; SB 6.8.4-6
vāk my words; SB 6.11.24
vāk speech; SB 6.16.33
vāk-yataḥ controlling the mind and words; SB 6.17.41
asaṃyata-vāk without being grave; SB 6.18.50
vāk-yataḥ controlling speech; SB 6.19.24
vāk in speaking; SB 7.11.28
yata-vāk without talking, being silent; SB 7.12.2
tat-vāk of his words; SB 7.13.20
vāk words; SB 7.15.8
vāk the words; SB 7.15.64
vāk a voice; SB 8.11.37
satya-vāk being true to his word; SB 8.22.29-30
vāk-sāyakaiḥ by the arrows of strong words; SB 9.14.30
sarva-vāk-mayaḥ consisting of all Vedic mantras; SB 9.14.48
manaḥ-vāk by her mind and words; SB 9.18.47
vāk a sound vibration; SB 9.20.20
a-śarīra-vāk a voice coming from someone whose body was invisible; SB 10.1.34
a-śarīra-vāk a vibration without a body; SB 10.1.54
vāk words; SB 10.14.3
vāk words; SB 10.14.8
vāk the words; SB 10.14.13
vāk words; SB 10.23.37
vāk their speech; SB 10.47.9-10
yata-vāk maintaining silence; SB 10.53.40-41
vāk her speech; SB 10.60.23
vāk-maye in its form of language (the Vedas); SB 10.63.34
vāk-yatam controlling His speech; SB 10.69.25
vāk speech; SB 10.70.6
vāk power of speech; SB 10.80.3
vāk speech; SB 10.84.12
vāk speech; SB 11.3.26
vāk the function of speech; SB 11.3.36
vāk his speech; SB 11.7.39
amogha-vāk completely free from useless conversation; SB 11.10.6
vāk speech; SB 11.14.24
vāk and speech; SB 11.16.23
vāk-manasī the speech and mind; SB 11.16.43
vāk-yataḥ remaining silent; SB 11.17.24
yata-vāk observing silence; SB 11.17.26
vāk of words; SB 11.17.34-35
vāk of the voice; SB 11.18.17
vāk-yataḥ without speaking; SB 11.18.19
vāk speech; SB 11.18.27
vāk speech; SB 11.22.15
vāk-mātreṇa api even by words; SB 11.23.7
vāk to speech; SB 11.24.3
vāk speech; SB 11.28.35
vāk of his speech; SB 11.29.17
manaḥ-vāk-kāya-vṛttibhiḥ by the functions of one's mind, words and body; SB 11.29.19
vāk your words; SB 11.29.41-44
vāk-patim Bṛhaspati, the master of eloquence; SB 12.6.28
vāk the expanse of Vedic sound; SB 12.6.40-41
vāk-yataḥ with controlled speech; SB 12.8.7-11
vāk the power of speech; SB 12.8.40
vāk-amṛta by the words of nectar; SB 12.10.27
vāk vocabulary; SB 12.12.52
vāk-devyā by the goddess of learning; CC Adi 16.3
vāk words; CC Madhya 6.261
tanu-vāk-manobhiḥ by the body, words and mind; CC Madhya 8.67
vāk-manaḥ-gamya within the reach of words and mind; CC Madhya 21.26
ramya-vāk having charming speech; CC Madhya 23.87-91
vāk-vīcibhiḥ only by the waves of words; CC Antya 1.155
vāk words; CC Antya 9.77
vāk speech; MM 47