maninah

māninaḥ thus being thought of; SB 2.9.30
māninaḥ thinking; SB 3.10.26
māninaḥ offering respect; SB 3.29.23
dharma-māninaḥ accepting as religious; SB 4.14.23
māninaḥ thinking of ourselves; SB 6.9.25
māninaḥ who consider ourselves to be; SB 6.17.32
artha-māninaḥ considering as valuable; SB 7.5.31
māninaḥ falsely prestigious; SB 8.15.22
īśa-māninaḥ considering himself the Supreme Lord, independent of everything; SB 9.4.44
paṇḍita-māninaḥ who considers himself so learned (as to disobey the order of his spiritual master); SB 9.13.4
tanu-māninaḥ of a person in the bodily concept of life; SB 10.2.22
vimukta-māninaḥ falsely considering themselves free from the bondage of material contamination; SB 10.2.32
māninaḥ presuming myself; SB 10.14.10
vṛddha-māninaḥ presuming themselves to be wise men; SB 10.23.9
māninaḥ falsely identifying themselves; SB 10.27.7
māninaḥ conceited; SB 10.53.57
māninaḥ those who are proud; SB 10.54.41
māninaḥ being conceited; SB 10.68.32-33
māninaḥ the honorable ones; SB 10.71.28
māninaḥ thinking himself; SB 10.78.25-26
paṇḍita-māninaḥ thinking themselves great scholars; SB 11.5.6
māninaḥ overly proud; SB 11.5.7
jñāna-māninaḥ presuming to have knowledge; SB 11.5.17
māninaḥ those who are falsely proud; SB 11.29.3
vimukta-māninaḥ who consider themselves liberated; CC Madhya 22.30
vimukta-māninaḥ who consider themselves liberated; CC Madhya 24.131
vimukta-māninaḥ who consider themselves liberated; CC Madhya 24.141
vimukta-māninaḥ who consider themselves liberated; CC Madhya 25.32