sambhavah

sambhavaḥ production; BG 3.14
sambhavaḥ the possibility; BG 14.3
sambhavāḥ produced of; BG 14.5
sambhavāḥ creation; SB 1.5.20
sambhavaḥ generated; SB 2.6.35
sambhavaḥ appearance; SB 2.8.15
sambhavaḥ appearance; SB 2.8.22
sambhavaḥ appearance; SB 3.11.26
kāma-sambhavaḥ the rise of desire; SB 3.26.27
sambhavaḥ birth; SB 3.31.44
abja-sambhavaḥ born from a lotus flower (Lord Brahmā); SB 4.6.3
sambhavaḥ born of; SB 4.14.10
sambhavaḥ born; SB 5.17.22-23
kumbha-sambhavaḥ Agastya Muni, the son of Kumbha; SB 6.3.35
sambhavaḥ accepting birth; SB 7.2.25-26
tat-sambhavaḥ who was generated from that lotus flower; SB 7.9.34
sambhavaḥ the appearance; SB 8.1.4
aṃśa-aṃśa-sambhavaḥ incarnation of the plenary portion of a plenary portion; SB 8.8.34
varuṇa-sambhavaḥ born as the son of Varuṇa; SB 8.13.18
yat-nābhi-pańkeruha-sambhavaḥ svayam Lord Brahmā, who personally appeared from the lotus in the navel of whom (the Personality of Godhead); SB 8.21.2-3
arka-sambhavaḥ derived from the sun-god; SB 9.12.2
agni-sambhavaḥ a partial expansion of the demigod Agni; SB 9.13.24
sambhavaḥ birth; SB 9.24.40
sambhavaḥ entering would have been possible; SB 10.3.14
ajñāna-sambhavaḥ which is to be accepted by foolish persons ignorantly trying to become happy; SB 10.6.34
sambhavaḥ generated; SB 10.30.10
sambhavaḥ the source; SB 10.45.5
sambhavāḥ born; SB 10.72.10
sambhavāḥ born; SB 10.77.31
sambhavaḥ birth; SB 10.80.32
sambhavaḥ chance to arise; SB 11.2.50
sambhavaḥ reason for living; SB 11.7.38
sambhavaḥ the generation; SB 12.7.11
sambhavaḥ the appearance; SB 12.12.24