Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: hina

  hīna—without    Adi 6.62, Madhya 19.224
  hīna—inferior    Adi 7.1, Madhya 16.263-264
  hīna—bereft of    SB 4.14.39-40
  hīna—low    Adi 4.18
  hīna—or lower    Adi 4.21-22
  hīna—without.    Madhya 4.179
  hīna—nil    Madhya 13.108
  hīna—lower.    Madhya 16.262
  hīna—bereft of all good qualities    Madhya 25.78
  hīna—condemned    Antya 6.128
  hīnā—dispossessed    SB 1.14.21
  aiśvarya-jñāna-hīna—without reverential considerations    Madhya 19.193
  aiśvarya-jñāna-hīna—devoid of knowledge of opulences    Antya 7.41
  ati-hīna—very low    Madhya 19.69
  ati-hīna-jñāne—in thinking very poor    Adi 4.24
  avidyā-hīna—without ignorance    Madhya 24.147
  bhakti-hīna—nondevotees    Madhya 9.276
  dīna-hīna—poor fallen souls    Madhya 1.30
  dīna-hīna—the most wretched    Antya 16.151
  dīna-hīna jane—unto all poor men    Madhya 14.44
  dhana-vidyā-hīna—without any wealth and education.    Madhya 5.22
  duḥkha-hīna—not under miserable material conditions    Madhya 24.182
  gandha-hīna—without a trace    Adi 3.96
  granthi-hīna—without any knot    Madhya 24.16
  hīna chāra—most condemned and abominable    Antya 4.67
  hīna kari—as the lowest    Madhya 23.26
  hīna-artha—of the necessities of the conditioned souls, who are poor in spiritual knowledge    Madhya 21.1
  hīna-artha-adhika-sādhake—who bestows greater benedictions upon one who is fallen and possesses no good qualities    Madhya 23.29
  hīna-buddhi—consideration as inferior in quality    Madhya 1.114
  hīna-jāti—in a low family    Antya 11.27
  hīna-karme—in low activities    Antya 11.27
  hīna-sampradāya—belonging to a lower spiritual school    Adi 7.64
  hīna-ācāra—lower-class behavior    Adi 7.70
  kula-hīna—without aristocracy.    Madhya 5.67
  kāma-gandha-hīna—without a trace of lust.    Adi 4.197
  kāma-gandha-hīna—without any scent of lust    Adi 4.209
  kāma-gandha-hīna—without a scent of material lust    Antya 7.39
  mamatā-gandha-hīna—not even the smallest quantity of intimacy    Madhya 19.218
  priya-saṅga-hīnā—being separated from the man beloved    Madhya 13.152
  rāga-hīna—who are without spontaneous attachment to Kṛṣṇa    Madhya 22.109
  tanu-hīna—without a body    Madhya 2.22
  vidhi-hīna—without following any regulative principles    Madhya 24.147
  vāñchā-antara-hīna—he has no other desire than to serve Kṛṣṇa    Madhya 24.182

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