kana

kaṇa a particle; SB 3.31.1
kaṇa particles; SB 4.20.25
kaṇa broken rice; SB 5.9.11
kaṇā drop; CC Adi 5.54
eka kaṇā one fragment; CC Adi 5.157
kaṇa particle; CC Adi 7.116
kaṇa particle; CC Adi 12.95
gokula-kāna Lord Kṛṣṇa of Gokula; CC Adi 13.115
kaṇā a particle only; CC Madhya 2.95
kaṇa drop; CC Madhya 13.130
jala-kaṇa with drops of water; CC Madhya 14.180
nija-kāṇa own ear; CC Madhya 14.231
kaṇā particles; CC Madhya 17.32
kaṇa fragment; CC Madhya 17.232
cit-kaṇa jīva a small fragmental living being; CC Madhya 18.112
kaṇa small particle; CC Madhya 18.112
kaṇa fragmental portion; CC Madhya 18.113
kaṇa a fragment; CC Madhya 18.195
eka kaṇa even a fraction; CC Madhya 21.102
dui kāṇa the two ears; CC Madhya 21.129
kāṇa the ear; CC Madhya 21.144
bhakta-kāṇa the ears of the devotees; CC Madhya 23.69
mana-kāṇa the minds and ears; CC Madhya 25.25
kaṇa a fragment; CC Antya 3.271
kāṇa the ear; CC Antya 17.38
kāṇa the ear; CC Antya 17.41
eka-kaṇa one particle; CC Antya 17.45
kāṇa ears; CC Antya 17.48
sei kāṇa those ears; CC Antya 17.48
kāṇa ears; CC Antya 17.62
mana-kāṇa mind and ears; CC Antya 17.66
eka kaṇa one particle; CC Antya 18.20
kṛṣṇa-prema-kaṇa one particle of love of Kṛṣṇa; CC Antya 18.20
eka kaṇa one particle; CC Antya 18.23
eka kaṇā one particle; CC Antya 20.71
eka kaṇa one particle; CC Antya 20.81
eka kaṇa one small particle; CC Antya 20.90-91