Acyuta –He who is infallible
Bhakta-vatsala – He who is affectionate towards His devotees
Damodara – He who was bound around the belly, He who can only be bound through love.
Dina-bandhu – He who is the friend of the fallen
Ghana-syama – He who is of a darkish colour (ghana and syama both mean darkish, blackish)
Giridhari – He who is the lifter of Govardhan
Girivaradhari – He who is the lifter of Govardhan, the greatest of mountains
Gopala – He who is a cowherd-boy
Gopati – He who is the master of cows
Gopi-jana-vallabha – He who is most dear for the gopis
Gopinatha – He who is the master of the gopis, or He whose master are the gopis
Gopika-prana-vallabha – He who is lord of the lives of the gopis
Govardhana-dhari – He who held up Govardhan with His hand
Govinda – He who gives pleasure to cows, gopis, gopas and senses
Hari – He who steals the heart of everyone
Kana – An affectionate nickname of Krishna
Kamadeva – He who is the god of love
Karuna-sindhu – He who is an ocean of mercy
Kesava – He who has beautiful hair
Kesi-ha – He who killed the Kesi-demon
Kisora – He who is a youthful boy
Krsna-candra – The moonlike all-attractive one
Kunja-bihari – He who enjoys in the forest groves
Madana-mohana – He who enchants Cupid
Madana-gopala – He who is a Cupid-like cowherd boy
Madhava – He who is beautiful like the spring-season, who is intoxicating like honey-wine
Madhusudana – He who defeated the Madhu-demon, or He who defeats honey in sweetness, and He is the husband (dhava) of all beauty (ma).
Makancor – He who steals butter
Mukunda – He who is the giver of liberation
Murali-manohara – He who enchants with his fluteplaying
Murari – He who is the enemy of the Mura-demon
Nagara – He who is a lover
Nanda-dulala – He who is the dear son of Nanda
Nanda-gopala – He who is the cowherd boy of Nanda
Nanda-nandana – He who is the son of Nanda
Nanda-kisora – He who is the youthful son of Nanda
Nataraj – He who is the king of dancers
Nava-yauvana – He who is eternally youthful
Parama-karuna – He who is supremely merciful
Pitambara – He who is dressed in yellow clothes
Priya-karaka – He who acts in a lovely way
Pundarika – He who is like a lotus flower
Radha-mohana – He who enchants Radha
Radha-natha – He who is the lord of Radha
Radha-prana-natha –He who is the lord of Radha’s life
Radha-ramana – He who gives pleasure to Radha
Radha-vallabha – He who is the beloved of Radha
Radhikanandana – He who gives bliss to Radhika
Radhika-ramana – He who gives pleasure to Radhika
Radhikanatha – He who is the lord of Radhika
Rama – He who gives pleasure, He who enjoys
Ranjana – He who is charming and brings delight
Sundara – He who is beautiful
Syama – He who has a darkish complexion
Syamasundara – The beautiful, bluish Krishna
Tribhangi – He whose form is bent in three places
Vanamali – He who wears a beautiful garland of forest flowers
Vamsi-dhari – He who carries a flute with Him
Vamsi-vihari – He who rejoices in playing His flute
Vamsi-gopala – He who is the flute playing cowherdboy
Visalaksa – He who has large eyes
Vraja-jana-palana – He who protects the Vrajavasis
Vraja-mohana – He who bewilders Vraja
Vrajendra-nandana – He who is the son of the king of Vraja
Vrndavana-candra – He who is the moon of Vrindavana
Yamuna-tira-sacari – He who wanders on the banks of the Yamuna
Yasoda-dulala – He who is the darling son of Yasoda
Yasoda-nandana – He who is Yasoda’s son
Yasoda-vatsala – He who loves Yasoda
Yasomati-nandana – He who is Yasoda’s son