Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: mayah

  mayaḥ—made of    SB 1.2.24, SB 3.31.44
  mayaḥ—full    Bg 17.3
  mayaḥ—full of    SB 2.9.39
  mayaḥ—Maya    SB 5.24.28
  mayaḥ—the great demon Maya Dānava    SB 7.10.52
  mayaḥ—Maya Dānava    SB 7.10.59
  mayaḥ—representative    Adi 1.46
  mayāḥ—predominating    SB 2.10.31
  māyāḥ—the illusions    SB 4.11.2
  māyāḥ—varieties of illusion    SB 5.24.16
  māyāḥ—the illusory energy    SB 9.21.15
  abhivyudasta-māyaḥ—because all illusion is completely removed by Him    SB 10.12.39
  amara-mayaḥ—consisting of the demigods (who are only external parts of the body)    SB 8.3.30
  amṛta-mayaḥ—the source of the substance of life    SB 5.22.10
  amṛta-mayaḥ—full of soothing rays    SB 9.14.3
  anna-mayaḥ—the source of potency for food grains    SB 5.22.10
  brahma-mayaḥ—the Supreme Parabrahman, the Absolute Truth    SB 9.10.2
  chandaḥ-mayaḥ—personified Vedic hymns    SB 2.7.11
  chandaḥ-mayaḥ—the form of the Vedas    SB 3.22.2
  chandaḥ-mayaḥ—the personified Vedas    SB 6.8.29
  chandaḥ-mayaḥ—full of Vedic verses    SB 8.7.30
  śiva-mayāḥ—auspicious    SB 7.15.17
  dharma-mayaḥ—personified religious scripture    SB 2.4.19
  dharma-mayaḥ—full of religious principles    SB 7.2.11
  jyotiḥ-mayaḥ—effulgent    SB 2.2.28
  loka-mayaḥ—full of planetary systems    SB 2.5.40-41
  makha-mayaḥ—personified sacrifices    SB 2.7.11
  manaḥ-mayaḥ—hovering on the mental plane    SB 3.5.29
  manaḥ-mayaḥ—the predominating deity of the mind    SB 5.22.10
  mayaḥ ca—and Maya    SB 8.10.19-24
  patra-mayaḥ—made of leaves    SB 6.12.10
  rajaḥ-sattva-tamaḥ-mayāḥ—created by the three modes of material nature (passion, goodness and ignorance)    SB 6.1.41
  samāmnāya-mayaḥ—in the chain of disciplic succession of Vedic wisdom    SB 2.6.35
  sarva-bhūta-mayaḥ—all-pervading Personality of Godhead    SB 8.4.16
  sarva-deva-mayaḥ—the embodiment of all the demigods    SB 7.11.18-20
  sarva-mayaḥ—all-pervading    SB 5.22.10
  sarva-veda-mayaḥ—the essence of all Vedic knowledge    SB 7.11.7
  sarva-veda-mayaḥ—learned in all the Vedic understandings    SB 7.11.18-20
  sarva-vāk-mayaḥ—consisting of all Vedic mantras    SB 9.14.48
  spṛṣṭa-māyāḥ—who are illusioned by the illusory energy    SB 6.3.14-15
  sukha-mayāḥ—in a happy condition    SB 9.19.15
  tapaḥ-mayaḥ—personified austerity    SB 2.4.19
  tapaḥ-mayaḥ—successfully having undergone all austerities    SB 2.6.35
  tapaḥ-mayaḥ—because of severe austerities    SB 7.3.4
  tat-mayaḥ—thinking as if he had become Kṛṣṇa    SB 7.4.40
  trayī-mayaḥ—in terms of the Vedic injunction    SB 1.18.45
  trayī-mayaḥ—personified Vedas    SB 2.4.19
  trayī-mayaḥ—which is worshiped by the Gāyatrī mantra (oṁ bhūr bhuvaḥ svaḥ tat savitur, etc.)    SB 5.21.12
  trayī-mayaḥ—for the sake of guidance in karma-kāṇḍa Vedic knowledge    SB 8.5.36
  tvat-mayāḥ—being absorbed in You    Madhya 20.173
  tārakā-mayaḥ—simply because of Tārā, a woman, the wife of Bṛhaspati.    SB 9.14.7
  veda-mayaḥ—the personality of Vedic wisdom    SB 3.8.15
  yoga-māyaḥ—His yogamāyā potency    SB 3.16.37
  yoga-māyāḥ—the mystic perfections of yoga    SB 5.6.15
  ānanda-mayaḥ—naturally so being    SB 2.2.31

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