Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: abhimana

  abhimana—conception.    Adi 6.42, Adi 6.89, Antya 4.184, Antya 14.14
  abhimana—pride    Madhya 7.147, Antya 7.53
  abhimana—from the misconception    SB 3.25.16
  abhimana—false prestige    SB 5.14.27
  abhimana—by self-conception    SB 5.25.1
  abhimana—desire    Adi 13.120
  abhimana—an impression    Madhya 9.138
  abhimana—it was her conception    Madhya 16.57
  abhimana—the conception    Madhya 24.201
  abhimana—pride.    Antya 16.125

Compound Sanskrit Words Containing: abhimana

  abhimana chadi—giving up false pride or false conceptions    Antya 7.136
  abhimana kari—I am supposed to do so    Adi 16.33
  abhimana kari—are proud    Antya 4.89
  abhimana-sunyah—without erroneous conceptions    SB 5.1.16
  abhimana-panka—the mud of false pride    Antya 7.167
  abhimana-sukhe—in the happiness of that conception    Adi 6.43
  abhimana-abhasena—with the apparent conception of having a body of material elements    SB 5.6.7
  antarera abhimana—internal pride    Antya 7.117
  bada abhimana—great pride.    Antya 4.68
  bhakta-abhimana—to think oneself a devotee    Adi 6.88
  bhakta-abhimana—the conception of being a devotee.    Adi 6.99
  balaka-abhimana—considering My sons.    Antya 4.185
  dasa-abhimana—conception as the eternal servant.    Madhya 1.28
  dasi-abhimana—the conception of being maidservants.    Adi 6.65-66
  dasi-abhimana—considering His maidservant.    Antya 20.59
  gela abhimana—false prestige has gone away.    Madhya 18.203
  gopa-abhimana—thinking Himself a cowherd boy    Madhya 20.177
  indrera abhimana—the pride of Indra.    Antya 7.118
  jiva-abhimana—conception as a conditioned soul.    Antya 20.31
  jyestha-kanistha-abhimana—considering Themselves the elder or younger    Adi 5.154
  kari abhimana—am falsely proud    Antya 7.123
  kari abhimana—with an offended state of mind.    Antya 12.34
  nara-deva-abhimana-madena—by madness due to having the body of a king and thus being proud of it    SB 5.10.24
  tanra dasa-abhimana—considering Yourself His servant.    Madhya 25.81