Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: aham

  aham—I    Bg 1.21-22, Bg 1.23, Bg 2.4, Bg 2.12, Bg 3.2, Bg 3.23, Bg 3.24, Bg 3.27, Bg 4.1, Bg 4.5 (and more...)
  aham—I am    Bg 2.7, Bg 7.11, Bg 7.17, Bg 8.14, Bg 10.2, Bg 10.20, Bg 10.21, Bg 10.24, Bg 10.25, Bg 10.28 (and more...)
  aham—Myself    Bg 14.4, SB 1.2.5, SB 1.7.47, SB 1.13.39, SB 1.15.5, SB 1.15.8, SB 1.15.12, SB 1.15.13, SB 1.15.14, SB 1.15.20 (and more...)
  aham—I.    Bg 4.7, Bg 7.21, Bg 9.7, Bg 9.22, Bg 9.29, Bg 11.23, Bg 15.15, SB 1.6.32, SB 3.2.7, SB 3.25.28 (and more...)
  aham—I, the Personality of Godhead    SB 2.9.33, Adi 1.53, Madhya 24.76, Madhya 25.113
  aham—I (am)    SB 4.29.62, SB 5.8.29, SB 7.9.26, SB 7.9.52, SB 9.5.17, SB 9.14.29, SB 9.18.39, SB 9.20.13, Adi 17.78
  aham—I am.    Bg 7.10, Bg 10.23, Bg 10.29, Bg 10.32, Bg 10.36, Bg 10.38, SB 7.13.39
  aham—I myself    SB 7.15.69, SB 7.15.72, SB 10.3.42, SB 10.3.43
  aham—false ego    SB 3.5.29, Adi 5.72
  aham—I, the Supreme Personality of Godhead    SB 6.4.47, Madhya 20.138, Madhya 25.136
  aham—myself.    SB 2.1.8, SB 2.9.35
  aham—egotism    SB 4.24.63, Madhya 20.312
  aham—I (Lord Śiva)    SB 6.17.32, Madhya 24.313
  aham—I (Kṛṣṇa)    Bg 8.4
  aham—me    SB 1.6.36
  aham—my humble self    SB 1.18.23
  aham—I am everything    SB 2.5.13
  aham—myself (Brahmājī)    SB 2.6.43-45
  aham—as I am    SB 4.28.62
  aham—false identification (in the bodily concept of life)    SB 5.10.10
  aham—I, Yamarāja    SB 6.3.14-15
  aham—I (“I am this body”)    SB 7.7.19-20
  aham—I (Prahlāda Mahārāja)    SB 7.9.18
  aham—as far as I am concerned    SB 7.10.6
  aham—false identity    SB 7.12.24
  aham—I am the material body    SB 7.12.29-30
  aham—I (the person desiring release from material life)    SB 8.3.26
  aham—I am independent    SB 8.3.29
  aham—I (Lord Brahmā)    SB 8.6.15
  aham—the wrong mental conception    SB 8.12.5
  aham—I (Śukadeva Gosvāmī)    SB 9.22.21-24
  aham—my existence (“I am something”)    SB 10.8.42
  aham—I, Lord Kṛṣṇa    Madhya 24.189
  aham—the word aham    Madhya 25.114
  aham api—even I    Adi 5.141, Madhya 20.306
  anu-aham—every day    SB 3.17.20, SB 10.13.26
  saḥ aham—I myself    SB 3.31.12, SB 3.31.20
  aham ca—also myself    SB 1.8.23
  aham ca—also the ego    SB 3.6.40
  aham ca—also I    SB 3.9.16
  aham eva—I only    Madhya 25.114
  aham mama—I and mine    SB 5.10.6
  aham syām—let me become    Antya 7.47
  aham-dhīḥ—this is my interest (false ego)    SB 10.4.26
  aham-mamatām—the conception of “I and my”    SB 5.19.15
  aham-māna—by egotism    SB 8.19.13
  aham-mānāt—from the misconception of “I”    SB 3.31.45-46
  aham-rūpaḥ—the false ego    SB 3.32.29
  aham-tattvāt—from the principle of false ego    SB 3.5.30
  aham-ākhyam—false ego, false identification with the material world.    SB 5.5.10-13
  anu-aham—day after day.    SB 4.15.18
  asamāropita-aham-mama-abhimānatvāt—from not accepting the misconception of “I and mine”    SB 5.5.30
  asmi aham—I am.    SB 8.3.29
  dvādaśa-aham—for twelve days, ending with Dvādaśī, the day after Ekādaśī    SB 8.16.25
  dvādaśa-aham—until twelve days    SB 8.16.47
  dvādaśa-aham—for twelve days    SB 8.17.1
  īśvaraḥ aham—I am the most powerful person    SB 5.24.16
  mama aham—"my" and "I"    Madhya 6.235
  mama-aham—mine and I    SB 7.1.24
  nir-aham-stambhaḥ—is automatically freed from all false prestige    SB 10.10.15
  parituṣṭaḥ aham—I was very much satisfied    SB 10.3.37-38
  pṛṣṭaḥ aham—I was asked    SB 4.12.44
  sapta-aham—continuously for one week    SB 6.16.27
  saḥ aham—I am the same Arjuna    SB 1.15.21
  saḥ aham—myself (the great Brahmā)    SB 2.6.35
  saḥ aham—therefore, I    SB 3.1.42
  saḥ aham—thus myself    SB 3.4.21
  saḥ aham—that also I    SB 3.8.9
  siddhaḥ aham—I am the greatest and most elevated person    SB 5.24.16
  siddhaḥ aham—I shall feel full satisfaction    SB 8.19.27
  vidyām aham—shall I know    Bg 10.17
  yaḥ asau aham—that I am    SB 3.8.18

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