Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: tyaga

  tyāga—giving up    Madhya 10.108, Madhya 15.145, Madhya 20.83, Madhya 22.118
  tyāga—renunciation    SB 5.9.1-2, Adi 10.98
  tyāga—renounced    Bg 18.8
  tyāga—rejection    Madhya 8.103
  tyāga—release    Antya 20.124
  tyāga kailā—gave up    Antya 3.99, Antya 9.70
  anivedita-tyāga—not touching anything not offered to the Lord    Madhya 24.338
  asat-saṅga-tyāga—rejection of the association of nondevotees    Madhya 22.87
  asat-saṅga-tyāga—giving up the company of nondevotees    Madhya 24.339
  bandhu-tyāga—renouncing the friends    SB 2.10.49-50
  bhartuḥ tyāga-viśaṅkitām—very much afraid of being forsaken by her husband because of giving birth to an illegitimate son    SB 9.20.37
  bhoga-tyāga—acceptance and rejection of something    Madhya 22.116
  deha-tyāga—giving up the material body by suicide    Antya 4.60
  deha-tyāga haite—from committing suicide    Antya 20.108
  deha-tyāga-ādi—beginning with giving up the material body    Antya 4.57
  karma-tyāga—renunciation of fruitive activities    Madhya 9.263
  sarva-tyāga kari—giving up everything    Adi 4.167-169
  sva-dharma-tyāga—relinquishing one's occupational duties    Madhya 8.61
  tyāga kara—You give up    Antya 8.83
  tyāga kare—give up    Madhya 9.267
  tyāga kari—leaving aside    Madhya 22.60
  tyāga karite—to reject    Antya 4.180
  tyāga-bhayāt—fearing rejection    SB 9.20.34
  tyāga-doṣa—the fault of giving up    Madhya 16.135
  tṛṣṇa-tyāga—giving up all material desires    Madhya 19.215
  tṛṣṇā-tyāga—giving up all desires    Madhya 19.214
  viddhā-tyāga—to avoid viddha-ekādaśī or mixed Ekādaśī    Madhya 24.342
  viṣaya-tyāga—renunciation of material connections    Antya 1.201

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