Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: mayam

  māyām—the illusory energy    SB 4.9.33, SB 5.17.24, SB 6.5.16, SB 6.12.20, SB 8.5.30, SB 8.12.42, SB 8.12.43, SB 8.20.25-29, Madhya 24.138
  māyām—illusory energy    SB 2.9.34, SB 4.20.32, SB 8.12.39, Adi 1.54, Madhya 15.237, Madhya 20.121, Madhya 22.23, Madhya 25.119
  māyām—illusion    SB 4.19.38, SB 8.10.45, Madhya 6.109
  māyām—energy    SB 1.7.4, SB 2.9.1
  māyām—material energy    SB 4.7.26, SB 8.22.28
  māyām—mystic power    SB 4.10.29, SB 4.18.20
  mayam—sum total    SB 3.10.17
  mayam—made    SB 3.22.31
  mayam—pervaded by    SB 3.33.2
  mayam—fully engaged in    SB 3.33.29
  mayam—the demon named Maya    SB 4.18.20
  mayam—consisting    SB 5.26.38
  mayam—unto Maya Dānava    SB 7.10.53
  māyām—the material energy    SB 1.7.23
  māyām—external energy    SB 1.10.22
  māyām—unto the mistress of the material world    SB 2.3.2-7
  māyām—affairs of the external energy    SB 2.7.53
  māyām—the external potency    SB 2.8.23
  māyām—energies    SB 2.9.42
  māyām—the external nature    SB 3.1.16
  māyām—internal potency    SB 3.18.25
  māyām—conjuring tricks    SB 3.19.17
  māyām—into māyā    SB 3.31.13
  māyām—Cheating    SB 4.8.2
  māyām—the false ego of material existence    SB 7.13.44
  māyām—material opulences    SB 9.20.27
  māyām—yogamāyā    SB 10.8.43
  ātma-māyām—own energy    SB 2.8.10, SB 2.10.30
  aśmasāra-mayam—made of steel    SB 8.11.30
  ambhaḥ rasa-mayam—water with taste    SB 3.5.35
  avidyā-mayam—consisting of the illusory energy    SB 5.25.8
  brahma-mayam—made of spiritual knowledge    SB 4.15.16
  chandaḥ-mayam—in the form of the Vedic hymns    SB 4.18.14
  chandaḥ-mayam—chiefly influenced by the directions in the Vedas    SB 7.9.21
  śātakaumbha-mayam—made of gold    SB 9.7.23
  deva-mayam—in the mode of goodness    SB 2.2.30
  deva-māyām—diverse energies of the Lord    SB 2.7.42
  deva-māyām—the covering energy of the Lord    SB 2.7.46
  deva-māyām—the illusory material energy    Madhya 6.235
  deva-māyām—the influence of the external illusory energy    Madhya 24.190
  deva-māyām iva—exactly like the illusory energy of the Lord    SB 9.20.8-9
  dravya-mayam—the owner of all paraphernalia    SB 4.14.21
  dravya-mayam—requiring much paraphernalia    SB 7.15.48-49
  graha-ṛkṣa-tārā-mayam—consisting of all the planets and stars    SB 5.23.9
  guṇa-mayam—describing all transcendental qualities    SB 3.9.39
  guṇa-mayam—the material results    SB 3.11.15
  hema-mayam—possessing the luster of gold    SB 7.4.4
  hiraṇ-mayam—made of gold    SB 9.2.27
  jīva-mayam—full of living entities    SB 9.9.23-24
  karma-mayam—obtainable by the Vedic ritualistic system    SB 5.20.33
  karma-mayam—producing hundreds and thousands of desires and acting accordingly    SB 7.9.21
  maṇi-mayam—bedecked with jewels    SB 1.15.14
  manaḥ-mayam—the mental plane    SB 2.2.30
  manaḥ-mayam—creator of the mind    SB 3.1.34
  manaḥ-mayam—consisting of the mind.    SB 3.26.25
  manaḥ-mayam—formed in the mind    SB 3.28.30
  manaḥ-mayam—which is nothing but a mental creation depending chiefly on the mind    SB 8.5.28
  mat-māyām—My māyā    SB 3.31.41
  māyā-mayam—full of affection for the devotees    SB 5.18.17
  māyā-mayam—all demonstrated by unlimited potency    SB 7.9.36
  māyām etām—this illusory energy    Bg 7.14
  rasa-mayam—in the form of juices    SB 4.18.25
  roṣa-mayam—manifested in the form of anger    SB 9.8.12
  sarva-deva-mayam—consisting of all the demigods    SB 9.6.35-36
  sarva-deva-mayam—the heart and soul of all the demigods    SB 9.11.1
  sarva-deva-mayam—the reservoir of all demigods    SB 9.14.47
  sarva-deva-mayam—the embodiment of all the demigods    SB 9.15.38
  sarva-deva-mayam—the all-pervading Supreme Personality of Godhead, the master of all the demigods    SB 9.16.20
  sarva-deva-mayam—the reservoir of all the demigods    SB 9.18.48
  sarva-devatā-mayam—consisting of all the demigods    SB 5.23.8
  sarva-veda-mayam—the ultimate object of all Vedic knowledge    SB 9.18.48
  sarva-āścarya-mayam—wonderful in every respect    SB 8.10.16-18
  sattva-rajaḥ-tamaḥ-mayam—made of the three modes of material nature    SB 5.25.8
  sāra-mayam—greatly powerful    SB 8.11.35
  tamaḥ-mayam—made of ignorance    SB 3.20.19
  tapaḥ-mayam—the goal of all austerity    SB 4.14.21
  tat-mayam—consisting of Him (Kṛṣṇa), and nothing more    SB 10.2.24
  trayī-mayam—Vedas personified    SB 3.13.41
  trayī-mayam—the sum total of the three Vedas    SB 4.14.21
  trayī-mayam—established in the Vedas    SB 5.20.3-4
  trayī-mayam—consisting of the three Vedas (Sāma, Yajur and Ṛg)    SB 5.22.3
  veda-mayam—personified Vedas    SB 3.13.44
  veda-mayam—fully conversant with the Vedic knowledge    SB 5.20.11
  vidhūya māyām—washing away the infection accumulated because of contamination by the material world    SB 5.11.15
  viṣṇu-mayam—expansions of Vāsudeva, Viṣṇu    SB 10.13.19
  yat-mayam—in whom everything is resting    SB 7.14.34
  yat-mayam—consisting of which    Madhya 19.143
  yat-māyām—the illusory energy of whom    SB 9.4.57-59
  yoga-māyām—potency    SB 2.7.43-45
  yoga-māyām—spiritual energy.    Madhya 21.9
  āpaḥ-mayam—Varuṇa, the lord of water    SB 5.20.22
  ātma-māyām—My energy    SB 4.7.51
  ātma-māyām—the illusory energy, which can do and undo the inconceivable    SB 6.9.36
  ātma-māyām—His supreme compassion for the fallen souls    SB 9.24.57

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