Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: apana

  āpanā—Himself    Adi 3.88, Adi 4.148, Adi 6.43, Adi 7.11, Madhya 6.199, Madhya 8.148, Antya 3.97, Antya 18.23
  āpana—own    Adi 4.144, Adi 7.95-96, Adi 13.43, Adi 17.225, Madhya 8.148, Madhya 16.169, Antya 15.12
  āpana—His own    Adi 4.109, Madhya 1.61, Madhya 1.101, Madhya 15.281
  āpana—personal    Madhya 10.147, Madhya 13.13, Madhya 13.71, Antya 2.168
  āpanā—Myself    Adi 4.256, Antya 5.31
  āpanā—themselves    Antya 16.123, Antya 16.124
  apāna—air going downward    Bg 4.29
  apāna—downgoing air    Bg 15.14
  āpaṇa—of the name Āpaṇa    SB 4.25.49
  āpana—My own    Adi 3.28
  āpana—her own    Adi 4.29
  āpana—self    Adi 9.5
  āpana—Himself    Adi 9.52
  āpana—of My own    Antya 19.52
  āpanā—the self    Adi 11.7
  āpanā—his own    Adi 16.27
  āpana-bhavana—to His own home.    Adi 17.98, Madhya 6.26
  āpana bhavana—to his own place    Antya 2.141
  āpana manera—of His own mind    Antya 14.40
  āpana maraṇa—death of himself.    Antya 4.62
  āpana nilaya—to His residence.    Madhya 15.6
  āpana prabhāva—Your own influence.    Madhya 10.174
  āpana pāvana—purifying myself.    Antya 11.10
  āpana-bhavana—to his own house    Madhya 1.99
  āpana-bhavana—to His own residence.    Madhya 16.44
  āpana-bhavana—to your own place    Antya 6.143
  āpana-bhavane—to their own homes.    Madhya 19.3
  āpana-caraṇa—the brilliance of Your lotus feet.    Madhya 13.127
  āpana-śloka—His own verse    Antya 20.15
  āpana-dhana—its own wealth    Antya 20.24
  āpana-duḥkha—My personal unhappiness    Madhya 13.145
  āpana-duḥkha—for personal unhappiness    Madhya 13.153
  āpana-duḥkha—own personal misery    Antya 20.52
  āpana-duḥkhe—in my own unhappiness    Antya 8.23
  āpana-gaṇe—to personal associates    Madhya 13.185
  āpana-hṛdaya—own heart    Madhya 12.106
  āpana-hṛdaya-kāja—the activities of one's own heart    Madhya 2.44
  āpana-hāte—by His own hand    Antya 19.51
  āpana-icchāya—by self-will    Adi 17.89
  āpana-icchāya—at His own will    Madhya 1.170
  āpana-icchāya—by Your own will    Madhya 11.177
  āpana-icchāya—by Your sweet will    Madhya 16.283
  āpana-icchāya—by his own will    Madhya 17.175
  āpana-kṛpāte—by Your own mercy    Madhya 20.101
  āpana-kṛta—composed by himself    Madhya 8.193
  āpana-kāṅthā—His own quilt    Antya 19.72
  āpana-mana—your own mind    Madhya 1.178
  āpana-mūlya—his value.    Antya 4.159
  āpana-mādhurya—personal sweetness    Adi 6.107
  āpana-nikaṭe—by His own side    Madhya 11.132
  āpana-nirveda—His indifference    Antya 9.149
  āpana-prabhāva—their own spiritual influence.    Antya 3.59
  āpana-prārabdhe—because of my past deeds    Madhya 17.95
  āpana-pāśe—near Him    Madhya 20.54
  āpana-saṅge lañā—taking Rūpa Gosvāmī personally with him    Madhya 25.207
  āpana-sevana—his own service.    Madhya 19.223
  āpana-sevā—personal service    Madhya 10.143
  āpana-sāmbhāla—keeping his normal position.    Antya 7.76
  āpana-uddhāra—his personal deliverance    Antya 6.326
  āpana-vaśa—within Her own control    Antya 17.58
  āpana-vadane—personally, with His own mouth    Madhya 25.267
  āpana-vṛttānta kahilā—explained his personal situation.    Madhya 25.197
  āpanā śodhite—to correct myself.    Antya 20.71
  āpanā jānāite—advertising myself    Antya 7.123
  āpanā nindiyā—condemning himself    Madhya 15.260
  āpanā pāsare—forgets himself.    Antya 12.100
  āpanā vinā—besides itself    Antya 16.111

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