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naṣṭá [ naSTa ]


mfn. lost, disappeared, perished, destroyed, lost sight of invisible

escaped ( also -vat mfn. cf. MBh. ), run away from ( abl. ) , fled ( impers. with instr. of subj. cf. Ratn. ii. 3 ) cf. RV. etc.

spoiled, damaged, corrupted, wasted, unsuccessful, fruitless , in vain cf. Mn. cf. Yājñ. cf. MBh. etc.

deprived of (instr. ) cf. R. i, 14, 18 ( in comp. =, without ' , ' -less ', ' un-'

below )

one who has lost a lawsuit cf. Mṛcch. ix, 4




naṣṭá-kāryârtha [ naSTakAryArtha ]

mfn. one who has lost interest in what is to be done cf. R. ( B. )



naṣṭá-kriya [ naSTakriya ]

mfn. ungrateful, Psñc. iii, 245 ( ut. on whom a benefit is lost ; MBh. i, 6116 ).



naṣṭá-gaṇita [ naSTagaNita ]

n. N. of wk.



naṣṭá-candra [ naSTacandra ]

m. ' moonless ', N. of the 4th day in both halves of Bhādra cf. L.



naṣṭá-caryā [ naSTacaryA ]

f. playing at hide and seek cf. Nalac



naṣṭá-cetana [ naSTacetana ]

mfn. one who has lost consciousness, insensible cf. MBh. cf. Suśr.



naṣṭá-ceṣṭa [ naSTaceSTa ]

mf ( ā ) n. one who his lost the power of motion , rigid, fainted, insensible cf. MBh. cf. Kathās

-tā f. rigidity, swooning cf. L.



naṣṭá-janman [ naSTajanman ]

and n. ' a lost nativity ', subsequent calculation of a lost nativity cf. Var



naṣṭá-jātaka [ naSTajAtaka ]

n. ' a lost nativity ', subsequent calculation of a lost nativity cf. Var

N. of wk. ( also -vidhāna, N. )



naṣṭá-dṛṣṭi [ naSTadRSTi ]

mfn. sightless, blind cf. BhP.



naṣṭá-dhī [ naSTadhI ]

mfn. unmindful or forgetful ( of an offence ) cf. Rājat. v, 299



naṣṭá-nidra [ naSTanidra ]

mfn. sleepless cf. Pañc



naṣṭá-pattrikā [ naSTapattrikA ]

f. N. of wk.



naṣṭá-piṣṭa [ naSTapiSTa ]

mfn. dissolved into powder cf. Bhpr.

°ṭī-kṛ, to dissolved into Powder cf. ib.



naṣṭá-praśna [ naSTaprazna ]

m. N. of wk.



naṣṭá-bīja [ naSTabIja ]

mfn. destitute of the seminal secretion, impotent cf. L.



naṣṭá-mati [ naSTamati ]

mfn. one who has lost his senses cf. BhP.



naṣṭá-mārgaṇa [ naSTamArgaNa ]

n. seeking any lost object cf. Var



naṣṭá-rājya [ naSTarAjya ]

n. N. of a district to the north-east of Madhya-deśa cf. ib.



naṣṭá-rūpa [ naSTarUpa ]

mfn. ' whose form is lost ', invisible cf. MBh.

( ā or ī ), f. N. of a metre cf. RPrāt.



naṣṭá-viṣa [ naSTaviSa ]

( °ṭá- ), mfn. ( a snake ) whose venom is lost cf. AV.



naṣṭá-védana [ naSTavedana ]

mf ( ī ) n. finding any lost object cf. ŚBr.



naṣṭá-saṃsmṛti [ naSTasaMsmRti ]

mfn. unmindful or forgetful of ( gen. ) cf. Bhaṭṭ.



naṣṭá-saṃjña [ naSTasaMjJa ]

mf ( ā ) n. = -cetana cf. MBh.



naṣṭá-hīna-vikala-vikṛta-svara [ naSTahInavikalavikRtasvara ]

mfn. whose voice has been lost or become feeble or deficient or changed

-tā f. cf. Suśr.



naṣṭá-smṛti [ naSTasmRti ]

mfn. one who has lost his memory, forgetful cf. MW.



naṣṭâgni [ naSTAgni ]

m. ( a householder ) whose fire has been extinguished cf. L.



naṣṭâtaṅkam [ naSTAtaGkam ]

ind. without fear ( v.l. For °tâśaṅka )



naṣṭâtman [ naSTAtman ]

mfn. deprived of mind or sense cf. MBh.



naṣṭâptisūtra [ naSTAptisUtra ]

n. ' line or series of lost property ', booty cf. L.



naṣṭârtha [ naSTArtha ]

mfn. one who has lost his property, reduced, poor, Kātbās



naṣṭâśaṅka [ naSTAzaGka ]

mfn. fearless, dauntless cf. Śak. ( Pi. ) i, 14



naṣṭâśvadagdha-ratha-vat [ naSTAzvadagdharathavat ]

ind. like one whose horse was lost and one whose waggon was burnt ( who therefore helped each other ) cf. Pat. on P1ṇ. ii, 1, 50 cf. Vārtt. 16



naṣṭâsu [ naSTAsu ]

mfn. one whose vital spirits have disappeared cf. AV.



naṣṭêndu-kalā [ naSTendukalA ]

f. ( night ) in which the moon is invisible cf. L.



naṣṭendriya [ naSTendriya ]

mfn. = °ṭa-bija, deprived of one's senses cf. MW.



naṣṭaˆiṣá [ naSTaiSa ]

( cf. ŚBr. ),



naṣṭaˆiṣin [ naSTaiSin ]

( cf. AitBr. ), mfn. seeking what has been lost



naṣṭaiṣyá [ naSTaiSya ]

n. the act of seeking what has been lost cf. AitBr.



naṣṭôd-diṣṭa-prabodhaka-dhrauvapada-ṭīkā [ naSToddiSTaprabodhakadhrauvapadaTIkA ]

f. N. of wk. on music



naṣṭôbhaya-loka [ naSTobhayaloka ]

mfn. one for whom both worlds are lost cf. Kād



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 naṣṭa [ naSTa ]

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