Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: hata

  hata—destroyed    SB 3.19.12, SB 7.1.46, Adi 6.64
  hāta—hand.    Madhya 1.279, Antya 16.81, Antya 16.83
  hata—lost    SB 1.15.2, Madhya 2.30
  hāta—hand    Adi 3.42, Madhya 20.133
  hāta—hands    Madhya 13.86, Madhya 19.52
  hata—freed from    SB 1.5.29
  hata—has been lost    SB 3.21.14
  hata—deprived of    SB 3.31.23
  hata—bereft of    SB 3.31.36
  hata—were destroyed    SB 4.9.42-43
  hata—defeated    SB 6.10.29
  hata—having lost    SB 6.16.14
  hata—being affected    SB 8.7.15
  hata—having been reduced    SB 8.21.1
  hata—had been condemned    SB 9.10.20
  hata—killed    SB 9.15.31
  hatā—struck    SB 3.19.3
  hatā—killed    SB 9.14.28
  hāta—cubits (one cubit approximately equals a foot and a half)    Antya 18.52
  hāta—cubits.    Antya 18.52
  hāṭa—the bazaar    Madhya 21.128
  caudda-hāta—fourteen cubits long    Antya 13.123
  cāndera hāṭa—the marketplace of full moons    Madhya 21.130
  dui hāta—two hands    Madhya 13.76
  gandhera hāṭa—in a market of scents    Antya 19.98
  hata-aṁhasaḥ—who am completely freed from the reactions of sinful life    SB 5.13.22
  hata-aṁhasaḥ—who have become cleansed of all sinful reactions    SB 8.18.31
  hata-aśubhaḥ—one who has minimized the inauspicious qualities of material existence    SB 1.9.31
  hata-aśubhaḥ—relieved from all reactions of sinful life    Madhya 25.77
  hata-ari—to enemies killed by Him    Madhya 23.79-81
  hata-arthaḥ—having neglected the regulative principles in the discharge of devotional service.    SB 5.12.14
  hata-avaśiṣṭāḥ—the remaining soldiers who were not killed    SB 4.10.20
  hata-bandhuḥ—one who has lost all his sons    SB 1.13.33
  hata-bandhūn—those who lost their friends and relatives    SB 1.8.4
  hata-bandhūnām—of the friends who are killed    SB 1.8.51
  hata-bhagaiḥ—unfortunate    SB 3.15.23
  hata-śriya—bereft of fortune    SB 3.3.13
  hata-śriyau—diminished in beauty and luster    SB 3.16.33
  hata-dhiyaḥ—bereft of memory    SB 3.9.7
  hata-dhvānta—darkness dissipated    SB 3.8.23
  hata-īśa—bereft of husbands    SB 1.15.10
  hata-kalmaṣaḥ—taints of sin being destroyed    SB 4.4.27
  hata-kilbiṣām—free from fault    SB 6.19.26-28
  hata-maṅgalā—because of my being the most unfortunate    SB 6.14.58
  hata-ojasam—reduced in strength.    SB 3.25.18
  hata-ojasaḥ—whose prowess was diminished    SB 3.15.2
  hata-ojāḥ—with all prowess diminished    SB 6.13.17
  hata-prabham—loss of bodily luster    SB 1.7.56
  hata-prabham—its rays declining    SB 1.14.17
  hata-putraḥ—who lost his son    SB 6.9.11
  hata-putrā—who had lost all her sons    SB 1.13.33
  hata-putrā—bereft of her sons    SB 1.13.39
  hata-putrā—whose sons were killed    SB 6.18.23
  hata-rucaḥ—having faded lusters    SB 4.7.23
  hata-saubhagā—without the fortune.    SB 1.14.21
  hata-sutā—deprived of all children    SB 10.4.6
  hata-sva-kānta-smaraṇena—the asura was thinking of his own dead relatives, who would not be satisfied unless Kṛṣṇa were dead    SB 10.12.26
  hata-trapaḥ—being freed from all formalities of the material world    SB 1.6.26
  hata-trapaḥ—without shame.    Madhya 2.28
  hata-tviṣam—already bereft of his power    SB 4.19.28
  hata-tviṣaḥ—decreased in their bodily effulgence    SB 8.18.22
  hata-udyamāḥ—having become disappointed    SB 4.13.49
  hata-vrataḥ—who broke all his vows    SB 6.2.45
  hata-ājñaḥ—whose order was foiled    SB 6.3.1
  hata-ātmanām—those who are affected    SB 4.8.35
  hata-ātmasu—bewildered at heart    SB 4.6.49
  hatā asmi—now I am doomed    SB 6.14.46
  hāta dhari—catching the hand    Madhya 20.54
  hāta dila—brushed his hand    Madhya 15.81
  hāta dite—touch with the hand.    Madhya 14.172
  hāta diyā—touching with the hand    Madhya 12.128
  hāta diyā—touching your hand    Madhya 15.83
  hāta haite—from their hands    Madhya 9.232
  hāta pāṅca-chaya—five to six cubits (one cubit equals about a foot and a half)    Antya 14.64
  hāta-gaṇita—an expert in palmistry    Madhya 20.18
  hāta-lajjāḥ—shameless.    SB 8.7.33
  kali-hata-jana—victims of this Age of Kali.    Madhya 11.99
  pātiyācha hāṭa—have set up a market    Antya 3.82
  sanātana-hāta dhari—catching the hand of Sanātana Gosvāmī    Madhya 21.111
  tina tina-hāta—three cubits    Antya 14.65-66
  vaṁśera hāta—in the hands of the descendants.    Madhya 15.100
  yoḍa hāta—folded hands    Madhya 3.213
  yoḍa kari hāta—folding the hands    Madhya 14.212
  yoḍa-hāta hañā—with folded hands    Madhya 14.6
  yoḍa-hāta kari—with folded hands    Madhya 15.186
  ātma-kṛtya-hata-kṛtyam—after performing religious rituals required after the death of Jaṭāyu, who died for the Lord’s cause    SB 9.10.12

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