Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: kama

  kāma—lust    Bg 16.11-12, Bg 16.16, Bg 17.5-6, SB 3.25.16, Adi 4.164, Adi 4.165, Adi 4.171, Madhya 8.215, Antya 5.45-46
  kāma—sense gratification    SB 3.7.32, SB 3.9.7, SB 3.32.5, SB 4.22.34, SB 4.23.35, Adi 1.90
  kāma—desires    Bg 5.26, SB 3.9.40, SB 3.21.21, SB 3.23.13, SB 4.20.5
  kāma—desire    Bg 5.23, SB 1.8.35, SB 10.13.53, Antya 3.241
  kāma—material desires    SB 8.8.20, Madhya 22.140, Madhya 24.198
  kāma—the desire.    Adi 4.36-37, Madhya 1.282
  kāma—desire for sense gratification    Bg 4.19
  kāma—passion    Bg 7.11
  kāma—lust and desire    SB 1.2.19
  kāma—desires for sense satisfaction    SB 1.6.35
  kāma—fulfillment of desires    SB 1.9.28
  kāma—necessities    SB 1.10.4
  kāma—to sensual pleasures    SB 3.22.12
  kāma—sexual pleasure    SB 3.23.46
  kāma—desiring    SB 4.25.28
  kāma—full of lust    SB 4.27.5
  kāma—of sense enjoyment    SB 4.29.23-25
  kāma—from lust    SB 5.17.13
  kāma—due to lusty desire    SB 6.2.36-37
  kāma—of sexual desire    SB 6.9.9
  kāma—by lusty desires    SB 9.8.25
  kāma—amorous love    Adi 4.115
  kāma—lust.    Adi 4.162
  kāma—Cupid    Madhya 2.75
  kāma—execution of the duty    Madhya 19.23
  kāma—all desires    Madhya 21.97
  kāma—a desire    Madhya 21.104
  kāma—of lusty desires    Madhya 22.14-15
  kāma—of lusty desires or Cupid    Antya 1.151
  kāma—business.    Antya 8.46
  kāma—satisfaction of the senses    Antya 12.30
  kāma—as Cupid    Antya 17.57
  kāma-dughaiḥ—yielding desire    SB 3.15.16, SB 4.6.13, SB 4.6.28
  kāma-kāmyayā—with a desire for sense gratification    SB 9.4.18-20, Madhya 22.137-139
  kāma-rūpiṇaḥ—who could assume any form they liked    SB 3.2.30, SB 8.15.32
  sarva-kāma—all desirables    SB 4.18.26, SB 4.18.28
  sarva-kāma—all desires    SB 4.19.7, SB 6.19.19-20
  agni-kāma—by the desire for fire    SB 5.14.7
  aiche kāma—such acts.    Madhya 24.242
  akhila-kāma-lampaṭā—although maintaining all kinds of material desire    SB 5.18.21
  apatya-kāmā—desirous of having a child    SB 3.14.8
  avidyā-kāma—by ignorance and lust    SB 5.14.5
  bhṛtya-kāma-kṛt—who is always ready to fulfill the desires of His servants    SB 8.8.37
  caitanyera kāma—all the desires of Lord Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu.    Adi 5.156
  śata-janera kāma—the work of hundreds of men.    Madhya 12.114
  chāḍi saba kāma—giving up all sorts of material desire.    Madhya 24.218
  dharma-artha-kāma-mokṣa—the four principles religiosity, economic development, sense gratification and liberation    SB 4.8.41
  dharma-kāma-artha-vimukti-kāmāḥ—persons who desire the four principles of religion, economic development, sense gratification and salvation    SB 8.3.19
  dharma-kāma-arthān—for religiosity and economic development    Bg 18.34
  hantu-kāmā—desirous to destroy    SB 5.9.18
  koṭi-kāma—ten million Cupids    Adi 4.242-243
  kāma chāḍi—giving up all desires for material enjoyment    Madhya 22.41
  kāma lāgi—for fulfillment of one's material desires    Madhya 22.41
  kāma-abhikāmam—desiring the sense objects    SB 7.9.28
  kāma-abhiniveśita—fully absorbed in sense gratification    SB 1.18.45
  kāma-adhvara—sacrifices for sense gratification (like Dakṣa-yajña, the sacrifices performed by Dakṣa)    SB 8.7.32
  kāma-agninā—by strong sex urges    SB 3.9.8
  kāma-analam—the blazing fire of lusty desires    SB 7.9.25
  kāma-anujena—by the younger brother of lust (anger)    SB 3.15.31
  kāma-arka-tapta-kumudinī—exactly like lilies becoming very hot in the sun of lusty desire    Antya 19.38
  kāma-bīje—by the spiritual seed of desire called klīm    Madhya 8.138
  kāma-bhoga—enjoyment of sense gratification    SB 5.24.8
  kāma-bhoge—to enjoy with Kṛṣṇa    Madhya 21.116
  kāma-bhogeṣu—in sense gratification (in gṛhastha life)    SB 8.1.7
  kāma-bhogān—the materials for sense gratification    SB 4.25.37
  kāma-bindubhiḥ—by small drops of clarified butter.    SB 7.11.33-34
  kāma-bāṇe—by the arrow of Cupid    Madhya 8.115
  kāma-śare—by the arrows of lust    Antya 17.36
  kāma-cāra-kriyāsu—of extravagance    Madhya 24.69
  kāma-cāriṇī—one who could move according to her own desire.    SB 10.6.4
  kāma-devam—the lusty desires.    Madhya 13.79
  kāma-devāt—from the hands of Cupid or lusty desire    SB 6.8.17
  kāma-dhenu—cows that can fulfill all desires    Madhya 14.223
  kāma-dhenu—of kāma-dhenu cows that can deliver unlimited milk    Madhya 14.228
  kāma-dhenu—of desire cows    Madhya 15.179
  kāma-dhiyaḥ—desires for sense gratification    SB 6.16.39
  kāma-dhuk—bestower.    Bg 3.10
  kāma-dhuk—supplying all the necessities    SB 6.14.10
  kāma-ditsayā—wishing to fulfill the desire    SB 10.3.37-38
  kāma-doṣe—the fault of lust.    Adi 4.195
  kāma-dugha—yielding all desires    SB 3.21.15
  kāma-dugha—fulfilling all desires    SB-4.21.33
  kāma-dugha-aṅghri-padmam—the lotus feet of the Lord, which can award all desired fruits    SB 3.8.26
  kāma-dughaḥ—source of all desires    SB 3.1.34
  kāma-dughān—which fulfill one’s desires    SB 8.16.9
  kāma-dughāḥ—fulfilling all desires    SB 5.16.24
  kāma-dughāḥ—which can deliver as much milk as one desires    SB 7.4.16
  kāma-dughāḥ—full of their respective opulences    SB 9.10.52
  kāma-dṛśām—of lusty women    SB 7.6.17-18
  kāma-īpsunā—with fruitive result    Bg 18.24
  kāma-gam—moving at will    SB 3.23.12
  kāma-gam—able to fly anywhere he desired    SB 8.10.16-18
  kāma-gandha—the slightest bit of lust    Adi 4.172
  kāma-gandha-hīna—without a trace of lust.    Adi 4.197
  kāma-gandha-hīna—without any scent of lust    Adi 4.209
  kāma-gandha-hīna—without a scent of material lust    Antya 7.39
  kāma-gena—which flew according to his desire    SB 3.23.41
  kāma-giriḥ—Kāmagiri    SB 5.19.16
  kāma-graha-grastaḥ—being haunted by the ghost of lusty desire    SB 9.19.5-6
  kāma-gāyatrī—hymns of desire    Madhya 8.138
  kāma-gāyatrī-mantra-rūpa—the hymn known as kāma-gāyatrī    Madhya 21.125
  kāma-haitukam—it is due to lust only.    Bg 16.8
  kāma-hatam—being defeated by lusty desires    SB 7.15.32-33
  kāma-hatasya—because of being victimized by lusty desires    SB 9.19.13
  kāma-hataḥ—conquered by lusty desires    SB 3.21.16
  kāma-hataḥ—being enchanted by lust    SB 6.3.33
  kāma-jñāna—understanding as Cupid    Antya 17.57
  kāma-karaṇḍaḥ—the storehouse of fruitive desire    SB 5.14.4
  kāma-karma-indriya-āśayaḥ—being under the influence of lusty desires and fruitive activities    SB 9.8.26
  kāma-karmabhiḥ—from fruitive activities.    SB 1.9.23
  kāma-krīḍā—pastimes of sexual enjoyment    Madhya 8.187
  kāma-krīḍā—lusty affairs    Madhya 8.215
  kāma-kāmaḥ—one who desires sense gratification    SB 2.3.9
  kāma-kāmī—one who desires to fulfill desires.    Bg 2.70
  kāma-kāmāḥ—desiring sense enjoyments    Bg 9.21
  kāma-kārataḥ—acting whimsically in lust    Bg 16.23
  kāma-kāreṇa—for enjoying the result of work    Bg 5.12
  kāma-lampaṭaḥ—a person who is very attached to lusty desires for bodily enjoyment    SB 5.19.14
  kāma-lavāya—for obtaining trivial pleasures    SB 3.21.14
  kāma-likhana—writing of letters disclosing the gopīs' attachment for Kṛṣṇa.    Antya 1.140
  kāma-liptena—decorated with turmeric to incite lusty desires    SB 6.1.61
  kāma-lobhena—impelled by lust and greed    SB 7.15.16
  kāma-madhu-lavān—little drops of honeylike sense gratification    SB 5.14.22
  kāma-maya—full of desire.    Madhya 21.125
  kāma-mohitaḥ—being deluded by lusty desires    SB 5.26.26
  kāma-mohitā—being illusioned by lust.    SB 4.27.21
  kāma-mūḍhaḥ—infatuated by lust    SB 3.32.2
  kāma-nirvāpaṇa—satisfaction of lust    Madhya 8.116
  kāma-nāma—the name "lust."    Madhya 8.215
  kāma-preme—in lust and love    Adi 4.171
  kāma-pūram—who fulfills all desires    SB 8.12.47
  kāma-pūraḥ—who fulfills everyone’s desire    SB 7.9.52
  kāma-rūpa-dharān—who could assume any form, according to their own desire    SB 10.4.44
  kāma-rūpam—the form of lust    Bg 3.43
  kāma-rūpeṇa—in the form of lust    Bg 3.39
  kāma-rūpiṇīm—very attractive to fulfill lusty desires.    SB 4.25.21
  kāma-sambhavaḥ—the rise of desire.    SB 3.26.27
  kāma-sandohāḥ—fulfilling one’s desirable objectives    SB 4.21.23
  kāma-santaptaḥ—being agitated by lusty desires    SB 9.20.10
  kāma-sukha—of sense gratification    SB 4.29.54
  kāma-timiṅgile—the transcendental Cupid in the form of timiṅgila fish    Madhya 13.142
  kāma-upabhoga—sense gratification    Bg 16.11-12
  kāma-upanayena—by satisfying    SB 8.20.10
  kāma-upasṛṣṭaḥ—being afflicted by all sorts of desires.    SB 4.7.28
  kāma-vaśam—influenced by lusty desires    SB 9.10.27
  kāma-varam—desired benediction    SB 4.1.32
  kāma-varam—the desired benediction    SB 9.1.22
  kāma-varaḥ—the benediction to have whatever he wanted    SB 9.9.45
  kāma-varān—all benedictions to fulfill desires    SB 4.30.10
  kāma-vivarjanāt—by giving up the objective of sense desire    SB 7.15.22
  kāma-yānā—is anxious to secure.    SB 3.16.20
  kāma-āśayam—full of lusty desires    SB 7.11.33-34
  kāma-āśayaḥ—pursuing different types of desires    SB 4.29.30-31
  kāma-ādīnām—of my masters such as lust, anger, greed, illusion and envy    Madhya 22.16
  kāma-ādi—for sense gratification    SB 7.15.23
  kāma-ādi—aspirations    Madhya 24.96
  kāma-ādi—material desires and so on    Madhya 24.97
  kāma-ādibhiḥ—by various lusty desires    SB 7.15.35
  kāma-ārtāyāḥ—of a woman very much bereaved because of sexual desire    SB 9.9.35
  kāma-ātmā—lusty    SB 4.25.56
  kāma-ātmānaḥ—desirous of sense gratification    Bg 2.42-43
  kāma-ātmānaḥ—aspiring for sense gratification    SB 3.32.17
  kāma-āturam—always full of different desires and lusty propensities    SB 7.9.39
  kānta-kāma—fulfilling one’s desires    SB 9.11.31-34
  kārya-kāma—occupational duties    Madhya 19.22
  manaḥ-kāma—the desires of the mind.    Antya 11.90
  mokṣa-kāma—desiring to become liberated    Madhya 24.89
  mokṣa-kāma—transcendentalists pursuing spiritual knowledge for liberation    Madhya 24.95
  nija-kāma—their own duty.    Madhya 12.85
  nija-kāma lāgiha—even for sense gratification    Madhya 24.91
  prajā-kāma—of a desire to have sons    SB 6.14.37
  pūrṇa-kāma—O Lord, whose desire is always fulfilled    SB 6.19.4
  rāja-kāma—government service.    Madhya 20.38
  sarva-kāma—all that we need    SB 2.6.7
  sarva-kāma—all kinds of desirable objects    SB 4.27.14
  sarva-kāma—of all material desires    SB 10.2.10
  sarva-kāma—all kinds of lusty desires.    Madhya 8.180
  sarva-kāma—all material desires    Madhya 11.29-30
  sarva-kāma—filled with all material desires    Madhya 24.89
  sarva-kāma—full of all material desires    Madhya 24.218
  sarva-kāma-vara-īśvarīm—because you are the best of the demigods who can fulfill all material desires    SB 10.2.10
  strī-kāma—O you who have lusty desires for women    SB 9.18.36

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