vapuh

saumya-vapuḥ the beautiful form; BG 11.50
vapuḥ incarnation; SB 1.3.7
vapuḥ body; SB 1.3.14
vapuḥ body; SB 1.9.33
vapuḥ body; SB 2.7.13
vapuḥ transcendental form; SB 3.9.11
vapuḥ body; SB 3.13.44
vapuḥ form; SB 3.15.45
vapuḥ body; SB 3.20.47
vapuḥ His transcendental body; SB 3.21.8
vapuḥ his person; SB 3.23.38
vapuḥ the material body; SB 3.32.29
vapuḥ body; SB 3.33.2
vapuḥ beauty of body, etc.; SB 4.3.17
vapuḥ transcendental form; SB 4.7.32
vapuḥ having the body; SB 4.16.8
vapuḥ body; SB 5.26.40
vapuḥ form; SB 7.1.41
vapuḥ a body; SB 7.4.4
vapuḥ the cosmic body; SB 7.9.33
vapuḥ body; SB 7.10.29
vapuḥ body; SB 8.7.8
vapuḥ hariḥ the incarnation of the Supreme Personality of Godhead; SB 8.9.8
yoṣit-vapuḥ the body of a woman; SB 8.12.12
sva-rāṭ-vapuḥ in the form of the king; SB 8.14.9
vapuḥ a particular type of body; SB 8.17.10
vapuḥ transcendental body; SB 8.18.12
vapuḥ-dharam personified; SB 8.18.29
matsya-vapuḥ-dharam the Supreme Personality of Godhead, who had assumed the form of a fish; SB 8.24.15
vapuḥ body; SB 8.24.30
matsya-vapuḥ the Lord, who had assumed the form of a fish; SB 8.24.31
vapuḥ body; SB 10.1.39
vapuḥ a transcendental form or body; SB 10.2.34
bṛhat vapuḥ a very, very large body; SB 10.12.16
vatsaka-alpaka-vapuḥ and exactly like the tender bodies of the calves; SB 10.13.19
vapuḥ his body; SB 10.13.62
vapuḥ the transcendental body; SB 10.14.15
vapuḥ body; SB 10.18.26
vapuḥ the body; SB 10.18.27
vapuḥ the transcendental body; SB 10.21.5
vapuḥ whose transcendental body; SB 10.23.37
bṛhat-vapuḥ in His huge form; SB 10.24.35
vapuḥ His transcendental, personal form; SB 10.32.14
sarpa-vapuḥ his snake body; SB 10.34.9
vapuḥ His personal form; SB 10.41.1
vapuḥ the personal form; SB 10.82.23-26
vapuḥ a divine body; SB 11.1.10
vapuḥ bodies; SB 11.11.28
vapuḥ the body; SB 11.15.29
vapuḥ the partial image (as adhidaiva); SB 11.22.31
vapuḥ the body; SB 11.28.24
vapuḥ His transcendental body; SB 11.31.13
vapuḥ form; CC Adi 3.111
vapuḥ the body; CC Adi 16.71
vapuḥ existence; CC Madhya 3.28
vapuḥ the transcendental form; CC Madhya 21.136
vapuḥ the transcendental form; CC Madhya 23.35
sarpa-vapuḥ the body of a snake; CC Madhya 25.77
vapuḥ of His transcendental body; CC Antya 19.91
vapuḥ the body; CC Antya 20.36
vapuḥ O body; MM 34