Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: kamah

  kāmaḥ—desire    Bg 2.62, SB 1.6.22, SB 2.10.30, SB 3.7.3, SB 3.22.16, SB 6.4.44, SB 6.18.32, SB 8.16.13
  kāmaḥ—lust    Bg 3.37, Bg 16.21, SB 2.7.7, SB 3.12.26, SB 5.6.5, SB 8.6.25, Adi 4.163, Madhya 8.216
  kāmaḥ—sense gratification    SB 1.2.9, SB 4.8.64
  kāmaḥ—one who so desires    SB 2.3.2-7
  kāmaḥ—desiring    SB 5.2.2, SB 8.6.17
  kāmaḥ—the desire    SB 6.7.27, SB 9.18.27
  kāmaḥ—lusty desires    SB 8.5.42, SB 9.19.14
  kāmaḥ—sex-life    Bg 7.11
  kāmaḥ—so desiring    SB 2.3.2-7
  kāmaḥ—Cupid    SB 3.14.10
  kāmaḥ—desires    SB 3.24.34
  kāmaḥ—having desires    SB 4.27.11
  kāmaḥ—Kāma    SB 6.6.10-11
  kāmaḥ—whose material desires    SB 7.4.33
  kāmaḥ—regulated sense gratification    SB 7.6.26
  kāmāḥ—desires    Bg 2.70
  kāmāḥ—lusts    Bg 15.5
  kāmāḥ—objects of sense enjoyment    SB 1.12.6
  kāmāḥ—being desirous of    SB 1.16.32-33
  kāmāḥ—and sense gratification    SB 7.7.39
  kāmāḥ—ambitions for satisfaction of the senses    SB 7.7.48
  kāmāḥ—such aspirations    SB 9.4.25
  mokṣa-kāmaḥ—desiring liberation    Madhya 24.90, Madhya 24.197
  sarva-kāmaḥ—full of all material desires    Madhya 24.90, Madhya 24.197
  aśānta-kāmaḥ—whose desires are unsatiated    SB 7.6.15
  apatya-kāmaḥ—desiring to have sons    SB 5.3.1
  apatya-kāmaḥ—desiring offspring    SB 5.3.13
  apatya-kāmaḥ—desiring a son.    SB 5.9.12
  apratihata-kāmāḥ—whose fulfillment of lusty desires is unimpeded    SB 5.24.8
  apratilabdha-kāmaḥ—without achievement of the desired destination    SB 3.8.21
  apratilabdha-kāmaḥ—not getting his desires fulfilled    SB 5.13.12
  avitṛpta-kāmaḥ—whose increasing desires are not satisfied    SB 7.6.11-13
  baddha-kāmaḥ—because of being bewildered by material lusty desires.    SB 8.24.52
  śarma-kāmaḥ—a person desiring his own happiness    SB 9.19.16
  śrī-kāmaḥ—one who desires beauty    SB 2.3.2-7
  śreyas-kāmāḥ—desiring the best benefit in life    SB 7.9.54
  śreyaḥ-kāmaḥ—one who desires auspiciousness    SB 7.14.30-33
  śreyaḥ-kāmāḥ—conscientious    SB 6.18.35
  śreyaḥ-kāmāḥ—persons who desire their own auspiciousness    SB 8.4.15
  śreyaḥ-kāmāḥ—persons desiring the ultimate auspiciousness, the ultimate goal of life    SB 8.12.6
  śuddhi-kāmaḥ—desiring deliverance from all sins    SB 1.1.16
  darśayitu-kāmaḥ—desiring to exhibit how to perform    SB 5.3.20
  dharma-kāma-artha-vimukti-kāmāḥ—persons who desire the four principles of religion, economic development, sense gratification and salvation    SB 8.3.19
  indriya-kāmaḥ tu—but one who desires strong sense organs    SB 2.3.2-7
  kośa-kāmaḥ—one who desires a good bank balance    SB 2.3.2-7
  kāma-kāmaḥ—one who desires sense gratification    SB 2.3.9
  kāma-kāmāḥ—desiring sense enjoyments    Bg 9.21
  kāmaḥ tu—but one who desires in that way    SB 2.3.2-7
  martu-kāmaḥ—desirous of death    SB 7.8.11
  mat-loka-kāmaḥ—desiring to go to My abode    SB 5.5.15
  mokṣa-kāmaḥ—one who desires liberation    SB 2.3.10
  mokṣa-kāmaḥ—one who desires to merge into the existence of Brahman    Madhya 22.36
  nikāma-kāmaḥ—having too many lusty desires for sense enjoyment    SB 5.5.16
  ojaḥ-kāmaḥ—one who desires strength should worship    SB 2.3.8
  parivoḍhu-kāmaḥ—desiring to marry    SB 3.21.15
  prajā-kāmaḥ—one who desires many offspring    SB 2.3.2-7
  prajā-kāmaḥ—desiring offspring    SB 6.14.22
  pratiṣṭhā-kāmaḥ—one who desires good fame, or stability in a post    SB 2.3.2-7
  puṣṭi-kāmaḥ—one who desires a strongly built body    SB 2.3.2-7
  putra-kāmaḥ—desiring to get sons    SB 9.2.1
  pārśva-kāmāḥ—desiring to achieve association.    SB 1.19.20
  rakṣā-kāmaḥ—one who desires protection    SB 2.3.8
  rājya-kāmaḥ—those who hanker for kingdoms    SB 2.3.2-7
  rājya-kāmaḥ—anyone desiring an empire or kingdom    SB 2.3.9
  sa-kāmaḥ—being sexually inclined    SB 3.12.28
  samasta-kāmaḥ—all desires    SB 3.2.21
  samasta-kāmaḥ—all desirable objects    Madhya 21.33
  sarva-kāmaḥ—one who has the sum total of material desires    SB 2.3.10
  sarva-kāmaḥ—one who has no end to his desires for material enjoyment    Madhya 22.36
  satya-kāmaḥ—the Absolute Truth    Madhya 14.158
  stanya-kāmaḥ—Kṛṣṇa, who was desiring to drink her breast milk    SB 10.9.4
  strī-kāmaḥ—one who desires a good wife    SB 2.3.2-7
  strī-kāmaḥ—attached to sex life    SB 4.2.23
  svarga-kāmaḥ—desiring the heavenly planets.    SB 6.11.15
  udvoḍhu-kāmaḥ—desirous to marry    SB 3.22.15
  vasu-kāmaḥ—one who wants wealth    SB 2.3.2-7
  vīrya-kāmaḥ—one who wants to be very strongly built    SB 2.3.2-7
  vidyā-kāmaḥ tu—but one who desires education    SB 2.3.2-7
  vihartu-kāmaḥ—to enjoy His own pastimes    SB 8.24.31
  vimukti-kāmāḥ—ambitious for liberation from this material world    SB 7.9.44
  yaśaḥ-kāmaḥ—one who desires to be famous    SB 2.3.2-7
  ādhipatya-kāmaḥ—one who desires to dominate others    SB 2.3.2-7
  āyuḥ-kāmaḥ—desirous of long life    SB 2.3.2-7

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