Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: vigata

  vigata—without    SB 3.15.29, SB 4.26.25
  vigata—discarded    Bg 5.27-28
  vigata—is freed from    Bg 6.28
  vigata—devoid of    SB 1.13.53
  vigata—ceased    SB 3.31.21
  vigata—deprived of    SB 3.31.27
  vigata—lost    SB 4.28.9
  vigata—given up    SB 7.10.20

Compound Sanskrit Words Containing: vigata

  vigata-anya-vacah—stopping all other sounds.    Madhya 24.176
  vigata-bhih—devoid of fear    Bg 6.13-14
  vigata-jiva-laksanah—bereft of all signs of life    SB 5.14.16
  vigata-jvarah—without being lethargic.    Bg 3.30
  vigata-jvarah—being relieved from the aggrievement caused by the demons    SB 6.7.26
  vigata-nrpa-deva-smayah—giving up the false pride of being the King and therefore being worshipable    SB 5.10.15
  vigata-prabhah—reduced in splendor.    SB 3.19.12
  vigata-prabhan—bereft of all effulgence    SB 8.5.19-20
  vigata-smayau—morose.    SB 3.16.33
  vigata-smayah—who was relieved from all material pride    SB 5.10.8
  vigata-sprhah—without being too interested    Bg 2.56
  vigata-sprhah—being freed from all material lusty desires.    SB 9.19.21
  vigata-sprhah—completely free from desires for material possessions    SB 9.21.16
  vigata-sprhah—without any desire.    SB 3.15.12
  vigata-sudarsana-bhayah—who is not afraid of the Supreme Personality of Godhead and His Sudarsana cakra    SB 5.24.28
  vigata-viklavah—having given up contemplation of being unfit    SB 7.9.12
  vigata-vismaya—released from astonishment.    SB 6.17.36