Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: jam

  jam—born    SB 5.1.41
  svabhāva-jam—born of his own nature.    Bg 18.42, Bg 18.43, Bg 18.44, Bg 18.44
  ātma-jam—his own son    SB 1.7.8, SB 1.18.41, SB 4.16.13, SB 5.8.27
  ātma-jam—his son    SB 4.9.37, SB 5.1.22
  ātma-jam—a son.    SB 6.14.30, SB 9.1.35
  adharma-jam—produced from irreligious actions    SB 6.2.17
  agra-jam—his elder brother (King Dhṛtarāṣṭra)    SB 3.20.2
  aṅga-jam—his son    SB 4.9.42-43
  aṅga-jam—dirty things or infections of the body    SB 5.18.11
  ajñāna-jam—due to ignorance    Bg 10.11
  ajñāna-jam—products of ignorance    Bg 14.8
  aruṇa-mūrdha-jam—whose hair was the color of copper    SB 10.6.15-17
  bhūta-jam—because of other living entities    SB 7.15.24
  deha-vāk-buddhi-jam—performed by the body, words and intelligence    SB 6.1.13-14
  jala jam—a conchshell (which is born in water)    SB 8.15.6
  jala-jam—the conchshell    SB 8.15.23
  jarāyu-jam—one born from a womb    SB 5.18.32
  kaṁsa-jam—because of Kaṁsa    SB 10.2.6
  karma-jam—because of fruitive activities    Bg 2.51
  karma-jam—caused by activities    SB 6.2.36-37
  kaumāra-jam karma—performed during their kaumāra age (the age of five years)    SB 10.12.37
  kāla-jam—born of time.    SB 6.6.9
  lakṣmaṇa-agra-jam—the elder brother of Lakṣmaṇa    SB 5.19.1
  manasi-jam—which is simply a mental concoction (actually there is no happiness)    SB 7.9.45
  moha-jam—born of ignorance    SB 7.2.42
  moha-jam—produced from illusory knowledge    SB 7.7.19-20
  paṅka-jam—filled with lotus flowers    SB 8.2.14-19
  prasāda-jam—satisfactory.    Bg 18.36-37
  prathama-jam—the first-born baby    SB 10.1.57
  priya-saṅga-jam—produced from meeting her beloved.    Madhya 14.187
  saha-jam—born simultaneously    Bg 18.48
  saṅkalpa-jam—the desired result    SB 4.9.27
  sparśa-jam—derived by touch sensation    SB 4.9.9
  sva-bhāva-jam—born from one’s own modes of nature    SB 7.11.32
  sveda-jam—one born from perspiration    SB 5.18.32
  tat-kāla-jam—born at that time    SB 5.23.9
  tvat-aṅga-jam—produced from your body.    SB 4.4.23
  uṭa-jam—made of grass    SB 7.12.20
  vipāka-jam—obtained as a result    SB 4.29.54
  yat-aṅga-jām—the daughter of whom    SB 4.4.30
  ātma-jam—produced from himself.    SB 4.15.19
  ātma-jam—sufferings due to the body and mind    SB 7.15.24
  ātma-jam—as her own son, born of her body.    Madhya 19.204
  ātma-jam—her own son, born out of her body.    Antya 7.33
  ātma-jām—his own daughter    SB 3.21.27
  ātma-jām—the earth    SB 4.23.1-3

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