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tri-pāt three trunks; SB 3.9.16
catuḥ-pāt complete four dimensions; SB 3.11.21
tri-pāt the enjoyer of all sacrifices; SB 3.19.22
sahasra-pāt the thousand-legged Supreme Being (the universal form); SB 3.22.3
dvi-pāt two-legged; SB 3.29.30
pāt his legs; SB 4.14.44
udagra-pāt arched instep; SB 4.21.16
dvi-pāt pairs of legs together; SB 10.13.30
pāt having feet; SB 10.63.22
catuḥ-pāt with four legs; SB 12.3.18
tri-pāt-bhūtam existing as three fourths of the opulence of the Supreme Lord; CC Madhya 21.51
tri-pāt-vibhūteḥ of the three fourths of the energy; CC Madhya 21.56
tri-pāt-bhūtam consisting of three fourths of the energy; CC Madhya 21.56
tri-pāt-bhūtam existing as three fourths of the opulence of the Supreme Lord; CC Madhya 21.88
sahasra-pāt possessing thousands of legs; Bs 5.11