Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: nasta

  naṣṭa—lost    Bg 16.9, SB 3.17.6, SB 3.31.15, SB 5.26.9, SB 5.26.23, SB 6.1.49, SB 6.14.61, SB 8.19.40
  naṣṭa—destroyed    SB 1.2.18, Madhya 24.181
  naṣṭa—abolished    SB 1.18.44
  naṣṭa—having disappeared    SB 3.19.19
  naṣṭa—devoid of    SB 7.15.72
  naṣṭa—spoiled    Adi 12.15
  naṣṭā—lost    SB 9.14.29
  naṣṭa haya—becomes destroyed    Madhya 15.173
  naṣṭa kaila—spoiled    Adi 17.210
  naṣṭa-cakṣuṣaḥ—those who have lost their vision.    SB 3.7.40
  naṣṭa-śaucāḥ—cleanliness being abandoned    SB 4.2.29
  naṣṭa-śaucāya—being devoid of all cleanliness    SB 4.2.16
  naṣṭa-śrīḥ—bereft of all beauty    SB 4.28.6
  naṣṭa-śriyam—unto Bali Mahārāja, who had lost his bodily luster    SB 8.21.28
  naṣṭa-draviṇaḥ—who has lost his riches    SB 5.8.15
  naṣṭa-dṛśam—one who is already bereft of his transcendental sight    SB 5.5.15
  naṣṭa-dṛśām—of persons who have lost their sight    SB 1.3.43
  naṣṭa-dṛśām—of persons who have lost their spiritual vision    Madhya 24.321
  naṣṭa-dṛṣṭīnām—who have lost their goal of life    SB 4.21.51
  naṣṭa-dṛṣṭiḥ—who have lost sight    SB 5.5.16
  naṣṭa-kuṣṭham—cured the leprosy    Madhya 7.1
  naṣṭa-prajñaḥ—bereft of all intelligence    SB
  naṣṭa-prajñaḥ—bereft of intelligence    SB 4.28.6
  naṣṭa-samāḥ—without life    SB 10.12.15
  naṣṭa-sat-ācāraḥ—who lost all brahminical qualities    SB 6.1.21
  naṣṭa-smṛtiḥ—bereft of all intelligence    SB 4.28.27
  naṣṭa-smṛtiḥ—having gotten rid of the memory of seeing the universal form within Kṛṣṇa’s mouth    SB 10.8.44
  naṣṭa-vat—as lost    SB 3.27.15
  naṣṭa-vittaḥ—one who has lost his fortune    SB 3.27.15
  vidveṣa-naṣṭa-matayaḥ—whose intelligence was lost in envy    SB 6.14.43

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