manavah

mānavaḥ a man; BG 3.17
mānavāḥ human beings; BG 3.31
manavaḥ Manus; BG 10.6
mānavaḥ a man; BG 18.46
manavaḥ all the Manus; SB 1.3.27
mānavaḥ son of Manu; SB 1.12.19
manavaḥ the Manus, the fathers of mankind; SB 2.6.30
manavaḥ other Manus; SB 3.11.25
mānavaḥ grandson of Manu; SB 4.10.14
mānavāḥ as well as common men; SB 4.19.42
manavaḥ the Manus; SB 4.24.67
mānavaḥ a human being; SB 4.26.7
manavaḥ the mind, understanding, intellect and ego; SB 6.4.25
manavaḥ the Manus; SB 6.4.45
manavaḥ the Manus; SB 7.8.37-39
śrī-manavaḥ ūcuḥ all the Manus offered their respectful obeisances by saying; SB 7.8.48
manavaḥ the leaders of the universal affairs (especially in connection with giving knowledge to humanity about how to live lawfully under the protection of the Supreme Personality of Godhead); SB 7.8.48
mānavaḥ human society; SB 7.10.9
manavaḥ Manus; SB 8.1.4
sa-sura-asura-mānavāḥ the demigods, the demons and the human beings; SB 8.8.9
manavaḥ all the Manus; SB 8.14.2
manavaḥ all the Manus; SB 8.14.5
manavaḥ the Manus; SB 8.18.8
mānavaḥ vaṃśaḥ the dynasty of Manu; SB 9.1.7
mānavaḥ the son of Manu; SB 9.1.36
mānavaḥ the son of Manu; SB 9.3.1
mānavaḥ Nābhāga; SB 9.4.7
mānavāḥ such persons; SB 10.8.18
mānavāḥ such persons; SB 10.26.21
mānavāḥ and humans; SB 10.75.20
mānavāḥ human beings; SB 11.7.27
mānavaḥ descending from Vaivasvata Manu; SB 12.2.35
manavaḥ human beings; SB 12.3.6
manavaḥ original progenitors of mankind; SB 12.4.2
manavaḥ the progenitors of mankind; SB 12.12.62