Synonyms Index

anaṣṭa — without deterioration — SB 9.23.26
anaṣṭaḥ — although not lost — SB 3.27.15
avinaṣṭa-avayavān — the demons who had been killed but whose bodily parts had not been lost — SB 8.11.47
ha-ila nastāra — become liberated — CC Madhya 18.110
manastaḥ — being placed within the mind — SB 10.2.18
manastaḥ — from the minds — SB 10.83.3
naṣṭa — having lost — Bg 16.9, SB 10.17.19
naṣṭa — destroyed — SB 1.2.18, SB 10.27.3, SB 10.36.35, SB 11.29.24, CC Madhya 24.181
naṣṭa — abolished — SB 1.18.44
naṣṭa — having disappeared — SB 3.19.19
naṣṭa — devoid of — SB 7.15.72
naṣṭa — ruined — SB 10.74.38
naṣṭa — is ruined — SB 11.8.8
naṣṭa — spoiled — CC Adi 12.15
naṣṭā — lost — SB 9.14.29, SB 11.14.3
naṣṭa-ājīvyāḥ — having lost their livelihood — SB 10.19.4
naṣṭa-cakṣuṣaḥ — those who have lost their vision — SB 3.7.40
naṣṭa-cetanaḥ — having lost his consciousness — SB 11.28.3
naṣṭa-draviṇaḥ — who has lost his riches — SB 5.8.15
naṣṭa-draviṇe — his wealth having been destroyed — SB 11.23.58
naṣṭa-dṛśām — of persons who have lost their sight — SB 1.3.43
naṣṭa-dṛśām — of persons who have lost their spiritual vision — CC Madhya 24.321
naṣṭa-dṛśam — one who is already bereft of his transcendental sight — SB 5.5.15
naṣṭa-dṛṣṭiḥ — who have lost sight — SB 5.5.16
naṣṭa-dṛṣṭīnām — who have lost their goal of life — SB 4.21.51
naṣṭa-gotrāṇām — who had no remaining immediate family members — SB 11.31.22
naṣṭa haya — becomes destroyed — CC Madhya 15.173
naṣṭa kaila — spoiled — CC Adi 17.210
naṣṭa-kuṣṭham — cured the leprosy — CC Madhya 7.1
naṣṭa-maṅgalaḥ — bereft of all auspiciousness or piety — SB 11.7.4
naṣṭa-prajñaḥ — bereft of all intelligence — SB 4.26.8
naṣṭa-prajñaḥ — bereft of intelligence — SB 4.28.6
naṣṭa-prāyam — virtually annihilated — SB 11.6.26-27
naṣṭa-rāyaḥ — his wealth lost — SB 11.23.13
naṣṭa-samāḥ — without life — SB 10.12.15
naṣṭa-sat-ācāraḥ — who lost all brahminical qualities — SB 6.1.21
naṣṭa-śaucāḥ — cleanliness being abandoned — SB 4.2.29
naṣṭa-śaucāya — being devoid of all cleanliness — SB 4.2.16
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-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-vat — as lost — SB 3.27.15
naṣṭa-vittaḥ — one who has lost his fortune — SB 3.27.15
naṣṭaḥ — scattered — Bg 4.2
naṣṭaḥ — dispelled — Bg 18.73
naṣṭaḥ — lost — SB 3.24.37, SB 4.9.51, SB 10.55.32
naṣṭaḥ — slain — SB 7.8.53
nastaḥ — through the nostrils — SB 2.7.11