Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: matram

  mātram—only    SB 1.12.8, SB 3.32.26, SB 5.3.8, Madhya 20.147-148, Madhya 25.36
  mātram—that sac-cid-ānanda transcendental body    SB 5.19.4
  mātram—for a moment    SB 6.11.5
  mātrām—an insignificant portion only    SB 3.11.28
  cit-mātram—completely spiritual    SB 4.7.26, SB 7.12.31
  ānanda-mātram—impersonal Brahman effulgence    SB 3.9.3, Antya 5.124-125
  acira-mātram—temporarily    SB 3.15.18
  bhūta-mātrām—the five gross material elements and the sense objects (form, taste, sound and so on)    SB 6.4.25
  śabda-mātram—the subtle element sound    SB 3.26.32
  śakti-mātram—to our ability.    SB 8.7.34
  dṛṣṭa-mātram—being only seen    Madhya 24.349
  gandha-mātram—the subtle element odor    SB 3.26.44
  go-dohana-mātram—only for the time of milking the cow    SB 1.4.8
  iṣu-mātram—an arrow’s flight    SB 6.9.13-17
  jāta-mātrām—the newborn child    SB 10.4.8
  kākiṇikā-mātram—a very small amount (twenty cowries)    SB 5.14.26
  māyā-mātram—only illusion    SB 7.13.5
  nimitta-mātram—just become the cause    Bg 11.33
  nimitta-mātram—remote cause    SB 4.11.17
  pratibodha-mātram—a consciousness opposed to the material counterpart    SB 2.7.47
  prādeśa-mātram—a synopsis only    SB 1.5.20
  prādeśa-mātram—measuring only eight inches    SB 2.2.8
  prādeśa-mātram—with the measurement of six inches    Madhya 24.156
  pānīya-mātram—only the drinking water    SB 9.21.10
  rasa-mātram—the subtle element taste    SB 3.26.41
  saṁjñāna-mātram—only the consciousness of the living entities    SB 6.4.47
  sattā-mātram—the original substance, the cause of everything    SB 10.3.24
  tat-mātram—sense perception    SB 3.5.34
  tat-mātram—the same as    SB 3.10.12
  ānanda-mātram—simply blissful    SB 4.9.16
  ānanda-mātram—always in transcendental bliss    SB 8.12.7

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