Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: manusya

  manuṣya—man    Adi 9.44, Antya 18.47
  manuṣya—a man    Antya 2.155, Antya 6.248
  manuṣya—human beings, etc.    SB 3.9.19
  manuṣya—human society    SB 5.15.13
  manuṣya—all human beings    SB 5.22.10
  manuṣya—of the human beings    SB 7.4.5-7
  manuṣya—and human beings    SB 7.15.80
  manuṣya—the human beings    SB 8.5.21
  manuṣya—like a man    Adi 2.61
  manuṣya—human being    Adi 9.41
  manuṣya—men    Madhya 1.79
  manuṣya—all kinds of men    Madhya 16.203
  manuṣya—adherents    Antya 3.153
  manuṣya—an ordinary human being    Antya 5.71
  daśa-manuṣya—ten men    Antya 1.22
  dravya-manuṣya—articles and men    Antya 6.258
  manuṣya abhimānī—presents Himself as an ordinary human being.    Antya 5.142
  manuṣya nahe—not a human being    Madhya 19.100
  manuṣya theli—pushing the crowd of men    Adi 10.142
  manuṣya-buddhi—considering an ordinary human being    Antya 10.19
  manuṣya-gahane—in the crowd    Adi 10.142
  manuṣya-indra—O ruler of men    SB 4.29.76-77
  manuṣya-indra—O Your Majesty, best of human beings    SB 9.18.43
  manuṣya-janama—birth as a human being.    Madhya 8.33
  manuṣya-jāti—entities born as human beings    Madhya 19.145
  manuṣya-liṅgam—appearing just like a human being.    SB 7.10.48
  manuṣya-liṅgam—as if an ordinary human being.    SB 7.15.75
  manuṣya-loke—in the world of human society.    Bg 15.2
  manuṣya-prakāśe—as if human beings.    Antya 3.263
  manuṣya-veśe—in the form of human beings    Antya 2.10
  manuṣya-ādīn—and other living entities, headed by the human beings    SB 6.4.19
  se manuṣya—that messenger    Antya 6.249
  sei manuṣya—that messenger    Antya 6.257
  āmi manuṣya—I am a human being    Madhya 12.50

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