matram

nimitta-mātram just the cause; BG 11.33
go-dohana-mātram only for the time of milking the cow; SB 1.4.8
prādeśa-mātram a synopsis only; SB 1.5.20
mātram only; SB 1.12.8
prādeśa-mātram measuring only eight inches; SB 2.2.8
pratibodha-mātram a consciousness opposed to the material counterpart; SB 2.7.47
tat-mātram sense perception; SB 3.5.34
ānanda-mātram impersonal Brahman effulgence; SB 3.9.3
tat-mātram the same as; SB 3.10.12
mātrām an insignificant portion only; SB 3.11.28
acira-mātram temporarily; SB 3.15.18
śabda-mātram the subtle element sound; SB 3.26.32
rasa-mātram the subtle element taste; SB 3.26.41
gandha-mātram the subtle element odor; SB 3.26.44
mātram only; SB 3.32.26
cit-mātram completely spiritual; SB 4.7.26
ānanda-mātram simply blissful; SB 4.9.16
nimitta-mātram remote cause; SB 4.11.17
mātram only; SB 5.3.8
kākiṇikā-mātram a very small amount (twenty cowries); SB 5.14.26
mātram that sac-cid-ānanda transcendental body; SB 5.19.4
bhūta-mātrām the five gross material elements and the sense objects (form, taste, sound and so on); SB 6.4.25
saṃjñāna-mātram only the consciousness of the living entities; SB 6.4.47
iṣu-mātram an arrow's flight; SB 6.9.13-17
mātram for a moment; SB 6.11.5
cit-mātram completely spiritual; SB 7.12.31
māyā-mātram only illusion; SB 7.13.5
śakti-mātram to our ability; SB 8.7.34
ānanda-mātram always in transcendental bliss; SB 8.12.7
pānīya-mātram only the drinking water; SB 9.21.10
sattā-mātram the original substance, the cause of everything; SB 10.3.24
jāta-mātrām the newborn child; SB 10.4.8
jñāpti-mātram pure knowledge; SB 10.51.56
mātrām the plenary portion; SB 10.52.16-17
mātram the totality; SB 10.63.25
dravya-mātram the substance itself; SB 10.85.12
yātrā-mātram bare maintenance; SB 10.86.15
mātram pure; SB 10.88.10
upalabdhi-mātram pure consciousness; SB 11.3.38
tat-mātram on the subtle, elemental forms of perception; SB 11.15.10
gandha-mātram the perception of aroma; SB 11.16.33
mātram only; SB 11.19.1
māyā-mātram as simply illusion; SB 11.21.43
manaḥ-mātram coming simply from the mind; SB 11.23.49
vyapadeśa-mātram merely a designation; SB 11.28.21
anna-mātram being only matter; SB 11.28.24
māyā-mātram merely illusion; SB 12.4.25
sat-mātram the sheer existence of things; SB 12.7.20
abhijña-mātram only imagined to have a separate existence; SB 12.8.44
mātram only; CC Madhya 20.147-148
prādeśa-mātram with the measurement of six inches; CC Madhya 24.156
dṛṣṭa-mātram being only seen; CC Madhya 24.349
mātram only; CC Madhya 25.36
ānanda-mātram impersonal Brahman effulgence; CC Antya 5.124-125