Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: abhasa

  ābhāsa—hint.    Adi 4.4, Adi 4.101
  ābhāsa—of the living entities who have the appearance    SB 6.4.23
  ābhāsa—by the manifestations    SB 6.9.38
  ābhāsa—hint    Adi 4.54
  ābhāsa—a hint    Adi 4.229
  ābhāsa—reflection.    Adi 7.60
  ābhāsa—even a tinge    Adi 16.46
  ābhāsa—there is a tinge.    Adi 16.73
  ābhāsa—indication    Madhya 24.106
  ābhāsa—the illumination    Madhya 25.117
  rasa-ābhāsa—overlapping of transcendental mellows    Madhya 10.113, Antya 5.97, Antya 5.102, Antya 5.103
  bhakta-ābhāsa—an imitation devotee    Antya 11.42
  doṣa-ābhāsa—even a tinge of fault    Madhya 13.144
  duḥkha-ābhāsa—expression of disappointment.    Antya 2.66
  kailā roṣa-ābhāsa—made a semblance of anger    Antya 7.146
  kṛṣṇa-śakti-ābhāsa-āveśe—by the reflection of His power.    Madhya 20.374
  nāma-ābhāsa—almost equal to the holy name    Antya 3.55
  nāma-ābhāsa haite—from the vibration of nāmābhāsa    Antya 3.61
  nāma-ābhāsa haite—even on account of nāmābhāsa    Antya 3.63
  nāma-ābhāsa haite—from a glimpse of awakening of offenseless chanting of the holy name.    Antya 3.186
  nāma-ābhāsa mātre—simply by a glimpse of the chanting of the holy name    Antya 3.195
  phala-ābhāsa—a glimpse of the result    Antya 9.137
  pramāṇa-ābhāsa—imperfect evidence    SB 6.9.36
  prīti-ābhāsa—appearance of pleasure    Antya 2.91
  punar-ukta-vad-ābhāsa—tinge of punar-ukta-vat    Adi 16.77
  rasa-ābhāsa—of an adulterated taste of mellow    Madhya 14.157
  roṣa-ābhāsa—apparent anger    Madhya 13.185
  roṣa-ābhāsa—as if angry.    Antya 1.178
  sva-aṅga-viśeṣa-ābhāsa-rūpe—in the form of a specific shadow from His personal body    Madhya 20.273
  viśvāsa-ābhāsa—dim reflection of faith.    Adi 5.173
  virodha-ābhāsa—possibility of contradiction.    Adi 16.78
  virodha-ābhāsa—appears to be a contradiction.    Adi 16.81
  virodha-ābhāsa—incongruent analogy    Antya 18.99

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