Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: syama

  śyāma—blackish    SB 4.24.51, Adi 5.184, Madhya 6.203, Madhya 8.168, Antya 18.86
  śyāma—black    SB 1.16.11
  śyāma—sky-bluish    SB 2.9.11
  śyāma—bluish    Adi 17.15
  śyāma—blackish color    Adi 17.302
  śyāma—Jagannātha    Madhya 13.118
  śyāma—Lord Jagannātha    Madhya 13.118
  śyāmā—the gopī named Syāmā    Madhya 8.142
  syāma—become    Bg 1.36
  syāma—shall exist    SB 7.2.34
  śyāma-avadātam—beautiful with black color    SB 3.4.7
  śyāma-avadātaḥ—whose body is blackish and free from inebriety    SB 8.18.2
  śyāma-gopa-rūpa—form as Śyāmasundara, the cowherd boy.    Madhya 8.268
  śyāma-kalevara—bodily complexion is blackish.    Madhya 18.190
  śyāma-karṇānām—whose ear is black    SB 9.15.5-6
  śyāma-rasa—of the mellow of conjugal love    Madhya 8.180
  śyāma-rūpera—of the supreme form, Śyāmasundara    Madhya 19.102
  śyāma-sundara—Lord Kṛṣṇa, who has a bluish color    Adi 17.279
  śyāma-sundara—Śyāmasundara    Antya 7.85
  śyāma-sundara—the beautiful, blackish youth    Antya 17.60
  śyāma-tanu—the blackish body.    Antya 19.39
  śyāma-varṇa—of blackish hue    Madhya 10.166
  śyāma-varṇa—blackish color    Madhya 24.235
  marakata-śyāma-vapuṣe—whose bodily hue is blackish like the marakata gem    SB 8.16.35

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