syama

syāma will we become; BG 1.36
śyāma black; SB 1.16.11
śyāma sky-bluish; SB 2.9.11
śyāma-avadātam beautiful with black color; SB 3.4.7
śyāma blackish; SB 4.24.51
syāma shall exist; SB 7.2.34
marakata-śyāma-vapuṣe whose bodily hue is blackish like the marakata gem; SB 8.16.35
śyāma-avadātaḥ whose body is blackish and free from inebriety; SB 8.18.2
śyāma-karṇānām whose ear is black; SB 9.15.4
śyāma dark blue; SB 10.50.55
śyāma blackish; CC Adi 5.184
śyāma bluish; CC Adi 17.15
śyāma-sundara Lord Kṛṣṇa, who has a bluish color; CC Adi 17.279
śyāma blackish color; CC Adi 17.302
śyāma blackish; CC Madhya 6.203
śyāmā the gopī named Śyāmā; CC Madhya 8.142
śyāma blackish; CC Madhya 8.168
śyāma-rasa of the mellow of conjugal love; CC Madhya 8.180
śyāma-gopa-rūpa form as Śyāmasundara, the cowherd boy; CC Madhya 8.268
śyāma-varṇa of blackish hue; CC Madhya 10.166
śyāma Jagannātha; CC Madhya 13.118
śyāma Lord Jagannātha; CC Madhya 13.118
śyāma-kalevara bodily complexion is blackish; CC Madhya 18.190
śyāma-rūpera of the supreme form, Śyāmasundara; CC Madhya 19.102
śyāma-varṇa blackish color; CC Madhya 24.235
śyāma-sundara Śyāmasundara; CC Antya 7.85
śyāma-sundara the beautiful blackish youth; CC Antya 17.60
śyāma blackish; CC Antya 18.86
śyāma-tanu the blackish body; CC Antya 19.39
śyāma dark blue; Bs 5.38