Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: dosa

  doṣa—fault    Bg 13.8-12, Adi 7.107, Adi 7.110, Adi 7.114, Adi 10.6, Adi 12.34, Adi 16.61, Adi 16.85, Madhya 1.194, Madhya 2.69 (and more...)
  doṣa—faults    Adi 2.86, Adi 16.51, Adi 16.52, Adi 16.53, Adi 16.54, Adi 16.55, Adi 16.84, Madhya 19.26
  doṣa—fault.    Adi 7.101, Adi 14.27, Adi 14.44, Adi 16.47, Adi 16.62, Madhya 2.93, Madhya 6.93, Antya 8.84
  doṣa—of faults    SB 5.14.7, Madhya 6.176
  doṣa—the faults    Adi 1.107, Adi 2.87
  doṣa—faulty    Madhya 12.191, Madhya 15.180
  doṣa—offense    Antya 3.212, Antya 8.100
  doṣa—weakness    Bg 2.7
  doṣa—any fault    Adi 8.62
  doṣa—faults.    Adi 16.45
  doṣā—faultiness    SB 3.27.24
  doṣā—Doṣā    SB 4.13.13
  doṣā—of Doṣā    SB 4.13.14
  ajña-doṣa—offense by an ignorant rascal    Antya 3.213
  akaraṇe doṣa—the fault of not performing them    Madhya 24.342
  anutpādita-doṣa-dṛṣṭayaḥ—not finding fault    SB 4.3.16
  bahu-doṣa-duṣṭaḥ—infected with varieties of material disease or attachment    Madhya 24.125
  bālaka-doṣa—the offense of a child    Madhya 15.291
  doṣa lāgāñā—accusing    Antya 13.23
  doṣa lāgāya—find faults.    Antya 8.51
  doṣa nāhi—there is no fault    Madhya 9.120
  doṣa-buddhyā—by polluted intelligence    SB 1.9.36
  doṣa-guṇa-vicāra—therefore to criticize one's poetry as good or bad    Adi 16.102
  doṣa-guṇera—of both the faults and the virtues    Adi 16.26
  doṣa-nidhe—in the ocean of faults    Madhya 20.344
  doṣa-udgāra—many accusations    Adi 17.250
  doṣa-udgāra-chale—on the plea of attributing faults    Madhya 7.32
  doṣa-viduṣā—who knows the fault.    SB 5.8.9
  doṣa-yuk—faulty    Adi 16.71
  doṣa-ābhāsa—even a tinge of fault    Madhya 13.144
  doṣa-āropa-chale—on the plea of attributing faults    Madhya 7.29
  doṣa-āropaṇa—attributing faults.    Antya 8.81
  ei doṣa—this fault    Adi 16.67
  guṇa-doṣa—of quality and fault    SB 6.17.30
  guṇa-doṣa—attributes and faults    Antya 7.158
  ki doṣa—what is the fault    Antya 9.62
  kibā doṣa—what is the fault.    Antya 9.31
  kṛta-ghnatā-doṣa—fault of ingratitude    Antya 20.100
  lāge doṣa—there is an offense.    Antya 5.134
  mukta-doṣā—freed from all faults    SB 3.15.21
  nāhi kichu doṣa—there was no fault    Antya 7.99
  pāpa-doṣa yābe—all the sinful reactions will go away    Madhya 25.199
  saṅga-doṣa—the pernicious effects of material attachment    SB 3.25.24
  tat-doṣa—the fault of that    SB 4.14.39-40
  tomāra doṣa—Your fault    Madhya 17.126
  tomāra doṣa—fault to you    Antya 19.49
  tyāga-doṣa—the fault of giving up    Madhya 16.135
  tāra doṣa—his fault    Madhya 15.287
  tāra doṣa nāhi—he is also not at fault    Antya 3.205
  āpanāra karma-doṣa—it is the result of My own fate    Antya 19.50

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