Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: bhavah

  bhavaḥ—Lord Śiva    SB 2.6.13-16, SB 2.6.43-45, SB 3.12.8, SB 4.2.33, SB 4.5.1, SB 4.30.41, SB 5.1.11, SB 5.5.21-22, SB 5.17.15, SB 5.17.16 (and more...)
  bhavaḥ—birth    Bg 10.4-5, SB 3.4.16, SB 3.15.49, SB 10.2.39
  bhāvaḥ—nature    Bg 8.4, Bg 8.20, Bg 18.17, Bg 18.43
  bhavaḥ—Śiva    SB 2.7.43-45, SB 4.2.18, SB 4.7.8
  bhāvaḥ—transcendental existence    SB 2.9.32, Adi 1.52, Madhya 25.109
  bhavaḥ—birth.    SB 4.29.29, SB 7.1.34
  bhāvaḥ—emotion    Madhya 23.5, Madhya 23.7
  bhavaḥ—the origin    SB 3.26.23-24
  bhavaḥ—Vīrabhadra    SB 4.5.19
  bhavaḥ—Śiva.    SB 4.24.18
  bhavaḥ—material existence.    SB 4.29.62
  bhavaḥ—Bhava    SB 6.6.17-18
  bhavaḥ—good fortune    SB 8.6.19
  bhavaḥ—Lord Śambhu (Lord Śiva)    SB 8.12.3
  bhavaḥ—known as Bhava    SB 8.12.27
  bhavaḥ—birth in this material world    Madhya 24.125
  bhāvaḥ—endurance    Bg 2.16
  bhāvaḥ—spirit    SB 1.19.7
  bhāvaḥ—spontaneous attraction    SB 2.3.11
  bhāvaḥ—existence    SB 3.27.18
  bhāvaḥ—pure love    SB 3.28.34
  bhāvaḥ—the appearance    SB 3.29.7
  bhāvaḥ—devotional emotion    SB 4.13.1
  bhāvaḥ—consciousness    SB 4.29.70
  bhāvaḥ—ecstasies    SB 4.31.28
  bhāvaḥ—having a conception of life    SB 7.6.16
  bhāvaḥ—being    SB 7.9.20
  bhāvaḥ—mentality    SB 8.22.36
  bhāvaḥ—postures    SB 9.14.23
  bhāvaḥ—devotional service    SB 10.10.42
  bhāvaḥ—subject matters    Adi 17.308
  bhāvaḥ—the completely spiritual activities    Madhya 8.206
  bhāvaḥ—emotion of affection    Madhya 23.14-15
  bhāvāḥ—states of being    Bg 7.12
  bhāvāḥ—natures    Bg 10.4-5
  bhāvāḥ—the situation    SB 1.2.19
  bhāvāḥ—remained so situated    SB 2.5.32
  bhāvāḥ—conceptions    SB 4.22.36
  bhāvāḥ—manifestations    SB 6.1.41
  bhāvāḥ—different conditions of the body    SB 7.7.18
  bhāvāḥ—with such a conception    SB 10.3.15-17
  ananya-bhāvāḥ—those who are exclusively devoted.    Adi 3.89, Antya 3.92
  abja-bhavaḥ—Lord Brahmā, who appeared on the lotus flower    SB 8.21.1
  anya-bhāvaḥ—any other type of consciousness    Madhya 17.138
  artha-bhāvaḥ—matters of self-interest.    SB 9.6.52
  bhakti-bhāvaḥ—situated in devotional service    SB 4.9.5
  bhavaḥ ca—as well as Lord Śiva    SB 8.6.27
  bhavaḥ ca—and Lord Śiva    SB 10.2.25
  duranta-bhāvāḥ—insuperable ecstasy    SB 1.11.32
  jāta-bhāvaḥ—struck with fondness    SB 3.23.36-37
  manaḥ-bhavaḥ—cupid    SB 4.25.30
  manyuḥ, manuḥ, mahinasaḥ, mahān, śivaḥ, ṛtadhvajaḥ, ugaretāḥ, bh—all names of Rudra.    SB 3.12.12
  mat-bhāvāḥ—born of Me    Bg 10.6
  mithunī-bhāvaḥ—sex enjoyment or the materialistic way of life    SB 5.14.30
  padma-bhavaḥ—Lord Brahmā, who appeared from the lotus flower    SB 8.21.2-3
  pakṣma-bhavaḥ—from the eyelashes    SB 8.5.42
  pariśuddha-bhāvaḥ—being completely purified    SB 7.9.35
  pratilabdha-bhāvaḥ—one who has awakened a sense of ecstatic love    Madhya 24.157
  punaḥ-bhavaḥ—takes birth repeatedly.    SB 1.3.32
  punaḥ-bhavaḥ—again and again    SB 7.15.50-51
  punaḥ-bhavaḥ—my meeting with you is just like another birth    SB 10.5.24
  pṛthak-bhāvaḥ—a separatist    SB 3.29.9
  pṛthak-bhāvaḥ—separatist    SB 3.29.10
  strī-bhāvaḥ—transformation into a female    SB 5.17.15
  sva-bhāvaḥ—intuition or nature    SB 2.5.14
  sva-bhāvaḥ—habit    SB 2.10.41
  sva-bhāvaḥ—the nature    SB 7.2.49
  sva-bhāvaḥ—material nature    SB 8.7.25
  sva-bhāvaḥ jīvaḥ—the living entities    SB 2.10.12
  sva-svāmya-bhāvaḥ—the condition of servanthood and mastership    SB 5.10.11
  vimūḍha-bhāvaḥ—bewilderment    Bg 11.49
  vyudasta-anya-bhāvaḥ—being freed from all other attractions    Madhya 24.48
  ādi-bhavaḥ—Lord Brahmā, the original living creature within this universe    SB 7.3.22

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