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Synonyms Index

aham mama — I and mine — SB 5.10.6
aham mama iti — based on the conceptions of “I” and “my” — SB 10.40.23
aham-mamatām — the conception of “I and my” — SB 5.19.15
aham-mamatām — egotism and possessiveness — SB 10.20.39
ananya-mamatā — having a sense of relationships with no others — CC Madhya 23.8
aramamāṇasya — of Him, who never consorts — Bs 5.7
asamāropita-aham-mama-abhimānatvāt — from not accepting the misconception of “I and mine” — SB 5.5.30
bhramāmaḥ — we wander — SB 4.30.33
bhramāmaḥ — are rotating — SB 9.4.56
bhramāmaḥ — we are wandering — SB 10.23.50
bhramamāṇaḥ — moving here and there — SB 8.5.10
gadataḥ mama — while I am speaking — SB 4.25.9
kṛṣṇa-premamaya — always overwhelmed by love of God — CC Adi 8.59
mama — to Me — Bg 7.17, SB 10.10.40, SB 10.57.24, SB 11.21.35
mama — of Mine — Bg 10.7, Bg 11.52, SB 11.27.23
mama — by Me personally — SB 1.7.38
mama — of mine — SB 1.14.13, SB 1.15.15, SB 2.7.11
mama — unto me — SB 1.16.24, SB 2.3.1, SB 4.21.36, SB 6.8.1-2, SB 9.4.2
mama — it is mine — SB 2.5.13
mama — by me — SB 3.25.28, SB 4.1.10, MM mantra 5*
mama — for myself — SB 3.29.3
mama — for me — SB 5.8.23, SB 10.38.5, SB 10.86.42
mama — my (my land, my country, my family, my community, my religion) — SB 5.13.15
mama — from me — SB 6.4.18, SB 6.15.27, SB 7.4.2, SB 11.8.28
mama — toward me — SB 6.4.27-28
mama — me — SB 6.15.16, SB 10.66.6
mama — mine (“everything in relationship with this body is mine”) — SB 7.7.19-20
mama — false conception — SB 7.12.24
mama — with me — SB 9.18.22, SB 10.58.37, SB 10.72.32
mama — from Me — SB 10.51.39-40
mama — Me — SB 10.60.18
mama — myself — SB 10.81.33
mama — Mine — SB 11.15.27, CC Adi 4.184
mama — everything is mine — SB 11.17.56
mama — in relation to Me — SB 11.19.20-24
mama — relating to Me — SB 11.29.8
mama — for Me — CC Madhya 10.146
māmā — maternal uncle — CC Adi 17.150, CC Adi 17.172
māmā — the mother’s brothers — CC Madhya 15.241
mama-aham — mine and I — SB 7.1.24
mama aham — the false concept of “I” and “mine” — SB 11.7.16
mama aham — “my” and “I” — CC Madhya 6.235