नमो याम्याय च क्षेम्याय च ।
याम्याय च- To one present in Yamaloka, क्षेम्याय च- to Easwara present in Swargaloka, नमः- prostration.
Alternatively ‘यमः’ has been interpreted as the time of death and ‘क्षेमः’ as protection, moksha and secret place; this leads to the interpretation of Parameswara as one who appears at the last moment of life, protector, bestower of moksha and one whose abode is secret.
नम उर्वर्याय च खल्याय च ।
उर्वर्याय च- To one who stays in a place full of all foodgrains, खल्याय च- to Parameswara who is in the threshing floor, नमः- prostration.
नमः श्लोक्याय चावसान्याय च ।
श्लोक्याय च- To one who is extolled through Vedic mantras (in Karma kanda), अवसान्याय च- to Easwara, established by Upanishads occuring at the end of Vedas, नमः- prostration.
The above terms can also mean one who is extolled by all verses and who exists when everything comes to an end.
नमो वन्याय च कक्ष्याय च ।
वन्याय च- To one in the form of tree etc. in the forest, कक्ष्याय च- to Easwara in the form of plant, creeper etc. in bushes, नमः- prostration.
नमः श्रवाय च प्रतिश्रवाय च ।
श्रवाय च- To one in the form of sound, प्रतिश्रवाय च- to Easwara in the form of echo, नमः- prostration.
Alternatively, the meaning can be one who is famous in all places and who is in the form of answer.