Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: sima

  sīmā—the limit.    Adi 3.53, Madhya 7.65, Madhya 7.125, Madhya 9.160, Antya 12.153, Antya 16.76
  sīmā—limit.    Adi 4.138, Adi 8.36, Adi 10.162
  sīma—the limitations    Adi 3.89, Antya 3.92
  sīmā—boundaries    SB 5.1.40
  sīmā—the limitation.    Adi 5.3
  sīmā—the highest degree.    Madhya 6.78
  sīmā—the ultimate goal.    Madhya 8.239
  sīmā—limitation    Antya 4.93
  sīmā—the limit of ecstatic love.    Antya 5.160
  sīmā—limit    Antya 12.133
  sīmā—the extreme limit.    Antya 17.67
  anurāga-sīmā—up to the limit of subordinate spontaneous love    Madhya 23.55
  bhakta-prema-sīmā—the highest limit of ecstatic love by the devotee.    Madhya 4.211
  bhāgya-sīmā—the limit of good fortune    Madhya 10.150
  kṛpā-sīmā—the supreme mercy.    Antya 16.57
  mahā-bhāva-sīmā—the limit of mahābhāva    Madhya 24.34
  nityānanda-tattva-sīmā—the limit of the truth of Lord Nityānanda    Adi 5.126
  nāhi sīmā—there is no limit    Antya 1.210
  oḍhra-deśa-sīmā—the boundary of Orissa    Madhya 16.156
  para-tattva-sīmā—the highest limit of the Absolute Truth    Adi 2.110
  prema-sīmā—limit of loving ecstasy.    Madhya 14.152
  prema-sīmā—the limit of love    Antya 2.82
  prema-sīmā—the limit of love of Kṛṣṇa.    Antya 5.21
  puruṣa-arthera sīmā—the limit of goals of life.    Madhya 9.261
  sīmā-girayaḥ—border mountains    SB 5.20.15
  ūrdhva-sīmā—to the topmost limit.    Adi 5.158

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