In Gita, Sri Krishna says:
4.6 Though I am birthless, undecaying by nature, and the Lord of beings, (still) by subjugating My Prakriti, I take birth by means of My own Maya.
4.9 He who thus knows truly the divine birth and actions of Mine does not get birth after casting off the body. He attains Me, O Arjuna.
7.24 The unintelligent, unaware of My supreme state which is immutable and unsurpassable, think of Me as the unmanifest that has become manifest.
We have also to remember that
2.28 O descendant of Bharata, all beings remain unmanifest in the beginning;; they become manifest in the middle. After death they certainly become unmanifest. What lamentation can there be with regard to them?
So Sri Krishna makes it clear that He is different from 'Unmanisfest' becoming 'Manifest' as are ALL the persons.
Given the above, does any of our scriptures allow to brand Sri Krishna as a 'Person' ('Vyakti') with 'Personality'?
The meanings of the word 'Person' according to the the Oxford Dictionary are :
1A human being regarded as an individual.
•‘the porter was the last person to see her prior to her disappearance’ ‘she is a person of astonishing energy’ More example sentencesSynonyms 1.1 (in legal or formal contexts) an unspecified individual. ‘each of the persons using unlawful violence is guilty of riot’ ‘the entrance fee is £2.00 per person’ More example sentences 1.2with modifier An individual characterized by a preference or liking for a specified thing. ‘she's not a cat person’ More example sentencesSynonyms 1.3 A character in a play or story. ‘his previous roles in the person of a fallible cop’ Synonyms 1.4 An individual's body. ¤‘I would have publicity photographs on my person at all times’ More example sentencesSynonyms
2Grammar 《A category used in the classification of pronouns, possessive determiners, and verb forms, according to whether they indicate the speaker (first person), the addressee (second person), or a third party (third person).
《Example sentences 《3Christian Theology 《Each of the three modes of being of God, namely the Father, the Son, or the Holy Ghost, who together constitute the Trinity.
The Christan Theology meaning of course in not applicable in this case.
Are there any Non ISKCON translations which translate Krishna as "person"?