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Word for Word Index

hata-ari
to enemies killed by Him — CC Madhya 23.79-81
hata-arthaḥ
having neglected the regulative principles in the discharge of devotional service. — ŚB 5.12.14
hatā asmi
now I am doomed — ŚB 6.14.46
hata-avaśiṣṭāḥ
the remaining soldiers who were not killed — ŚB 4.10.20
hata-aśubhaḥ
one who has minimized the inauspicious qualities of material existence — ŚB 1.9.31
relieved from all reactions of sinful life — CC Madhya 25.77
hata-aṁhasaḥ
who am completely freed from the reactions of sinful life — ŚB 5.13.22
who have become cleansed of all sinful reactions — ŚB 8.18.31
hata-bandhuḥ
one who has lost all his sons — ŚB 1.13.33
hata-bandhūn
those who lost their friends and relatives — ŚB 1.8.4
hata-bandhūnām
of the friends who are killed — ŚB 1.8.51
hata-bhagaiḥ
unfortunate — ŚB 3.15.23
hata-bāndhavāḥ
their friend having been killed. — ŚB 10.15.36
caudda-hāta
fourteen cubits (about twenty-one feet) long — CC Antya 13.123
hāta pāṅca-chaya
five to six cubits (one cubit equals about a foot and a half) — CC Antya 14.64
cāndera hāṭa
the marketplace of full moons — CC Madhya 21.130
hāta dhari’
catching the hand — CC Madhya 20.54
sanātana-hāta dhari’
catching the hand of Sanātana Gosvāmī — CC Madhya 21.111
hata-dhiyaḥ
bereft of memory — ŚB 3.9.7
hata-dhvānta
darkness dissipated — ŚB 3.8.23
hāta dila
brushed his hand — CC Madhya 15.81
hāta dite
touch with the hand. — CC Madhya 14.172
hāta diyā
touching with the hand — CC Madhya 12.128
touching your hand — CC Madhya 15.83
dui hāta
two hands — CC Madhya 13.76
gandhera hāṭa
in a market of scents — CC Antya 19.98
hāta-gaṇitā
an expert in palmistry — CC Madhya 20.18
hāta haite
from their hands — CC Madhya 9.232
hata-ātmasu
bewildered at heart — ŚB 4.6.49
hata-rucaḥ
having faded lusters — ŚB 4.7.23
hata-kalmaṣaḥ
taints of sin being destroyed — ŚB 4.4.27
hata-ātmanām
those who are affected — ŚB 4.8.35
hata-tviṣam
already bereft of his power — ŚB 4.19.28
hata-udyamāḥ
having become disappointed — ŚB 4.13.49
hata-ojasam
reduced in strength. — ŚB 3.25.18
hata-ojasaḥ
whose prowess was diminished — ŚB 3.15.2
hata-śriya
bereft of fortune — ŚB 3.3.13
hata-śriyau
diminished in beauty and luster — ŚB 3.16.33
hata-trapaḥ
being freed from all formalities of the material world — ŚB 1.6.26
without shame. — CC Madhya 2.28