hata freed from; SB 1.5.29
hata-trapaḥ being freed from all formalities of the material world; SB 1.6.26
hata-prabham loss of bodily luster; SB 1.7.56
hata-bandhūn those who lost their friends and relatives; SB 1.8.4
hata-bandhūnām of the friends who are killed; SB 1.8.51
hata-aśubhaḥ one who has minimized the inauspicious qualities of material existence; SB 1.9.31
hata-putrā who had lost all her sons; SB 1.13.33
hata-bandhuḥ one who has lost all his sons; SB 1.13.33
hata-putrā bereft of her sons; SB 1.13.39
hata-prabham its rays declining; SB 1.14.17
hata-saubhagā without the fortune; SB 1.14.21
hata lost; SB 1.15.2
hata-īśa bereft of husbands; SB 1.15.10
hata-śriya bereft of fortune; SB 3.3.13
hata-dhvānta darkness dissipated; SB 3.8.23
hata-dhiyaḥ bereft of memory; SB 3.9.7
hata-ojasaḥ whose prowess was diminished; SB 3.15.2
hata-bhagaiḥ unfortunate; SB 3.15.23
hata-śriyau diminished in beauty and luster; SB 3.16.33
hatā struck; SB 3.19.3
hata destroyed; SB 3.19.12
hata has been lost; SB 3.21.14
hata-ojasam reduced in strength; SB 3.25.18
hata deprived of; SB 3.31.23
hata bereft of; SB 3.31.36
hata-kalmaṣaḥ taints of sin being destroyed; SB 4.4.27
hata-ātmasu bewildered at heart; SB 4.6.49
hata-rucaḥ having faded lusters; SB 4.7.23
hata-ātmanām those who are affected; SB 4.8.35
hata were destroyed; SB 4.9.42-43
hata-avaśiṣṭāḥ the remaining soldiers who were not killed; SB 4.10.20
hata-udyamāḥ having become disappointed; SB 4.13.49
hata-tviṣam already bereft of his power; SB 4.19.28
hata-arthaḥ having neglected the regulative principles in the discharge of devotional service; SB 5.12.14
hata-aṃhasaḥ who am completely freed from the reactions of sinful life; SB 5.13.22
hata-vrataḥ who broke all his vows; SB 6.2.45
hata-ājñaḥ whose order was foiled; SB 6.3.1
hata-putraḥ who lost his son; SB 6.9.11
hata defeated; SB 6.10.29
hata-ojāḥ with all prowess diminished; SB 6.13.17
hatā asmi now I am doomed; SB 6.14.46
hata-mańgalā because of my being the most unfortunate; SB 6.14.58
hata having lost; SB 6.16.14
hata-putrā whose sons were killed; SB 6.18.23
hata-kilbiṣām free from fault; SB 6.19.26-28
hata destroyed; SB 7.1.46
hata being affected; SB 8.7.15
hāta-lajjāḥ shameless; SB 8.7.33
hata-tviṣaḥ decreased in their bodily effulgence; SB 8.18.22
hata-aṃhasaḥ who have become cleansed of all sinful reactions; SB 8.18.31
hata having been reduced; SB 8.21.1
ātma-kṛtya-hata-kṛtyam after performing religious rituals required after the death of Jaṭāyu, who died for the Lord's cause; SB 9.10.12
hata had been condemned; SB 9.10.20
hatā killed; SB 9.14.28
hata killed; SB 9.15.31
hata-sutā deprived of all children; SB 10.4.6
hata-sva-kānta-smaraṇena the asura was thinking of his own dead relatives, who would not be satisfied unless Kṛṣṇa were dead; SB 10.12.26
hata-pāpmānaḥ who were free from all sins; SB 10.15.17
hata-āhatāḥ which were striking one another; SB 10.15.34
hata-bāndhavāḥ their friend having been killed; SB 10.15.36
hata killed; SB 10.15.40
hata spoiled; SB 10.16.26
hata destroyed; SB 10.34.9
hata destroyed; SB 10.34.14
hata having killed; SB 10.37.8
hata having killed; SB 10.47.45
hata struck; SB 10.50.24
hata dead; SB 10.50.25-28
hata killed; SB 10.50.30
hata who had killed; SB 10.50.31
hata diminished; SB 10.51.34
hata from the killed; SB 10.54.17
hata dead; SB 10.54.36
hata destroyed; SB 10.54.51
hatā killed; SB 10.57.7
hata destroyed; SB 10.58.3
hata lost; SB 10.58.46
hata killed; SB 10.59.16
hata broken; SB 10.62.25-26
hata killed; SB 10.63.16
hata destroyed; SB 10.71.26
hata eradicated; SB 10.71.36
hata destroyed; SB 10.73.1-6
hata destroyed; SB 10.77.12
hata destroyed; SB 10.83.2
hata eradicated; SB 10.89.10-11
hata destroyed; SB 10.89.29
hata ruined; SB 11.4.13
hatā is destroyed; SB 11.18.37
hata of the killed; SB 11.31.25
hāta hand; CC Adi 3.42
hata destroyed; CC Adi 6.64
hāta hand; CC Madhya 1.279
hata-trapaḥ without shame; CC Madhya 2.28
hata lost; CC Madhya 2.30
yoḍa hāta folded hands; CC Madhya 3.213
hāta haite from their hands; CC Madhya 9.232
kali-hata-jana victims of this Age of Kali; CC Madhya 11.99
hāta diyā touching with the hand; CC Madhya 12.128
dui hāta two hands; CC Madhya 13.76
hāta hands; CC Madhya 13.86
yoḍa-hāta hañā with folded hands; CC Madhya 14.6
hāta dite touch with the hand; CC Madhya 14.172
yoḍa kari' hāta folding the hands; CC Madhya 14.212
hāta dila brushed his hand; CC Madhya 15.81
hāta diyā touching your hand; CC Madhya 15.83
vaṃśera hāta in the hands of the descendants; CC Madhya 15.100
yoḍa-hāta kari' with folded hands; CC Madhya 15.186
hāta hands; CC Madhya 19.52
hāta-gaṇitā an expert in palmistry; CC Madhya 20.18
hāta dhari' catching the hand; CC Madhya 20.54
hāta hand; CC Madhya 20.133
sanātana-hāta dhari' catching the hand of Sanātana Gosvāmī; CC Madhya 21.111
hāṭa the bazaar; CC Madhya 21.128
cāndera hāṭa the marketplace of full moons; CC Madhya 21.130
hata-ari to enemies killed by Him; CC Madhya 23.79-81
hata-aśubhaḥ relieved from all reactions of sinful life; CC Madhya 25.77
pātiyācha hāṭa have set up a market; CC Antya 3.82
caudda-hāta fourteen cubits (about twenty-one feet) long; CC Antya 13.123
hāta pāńca-chaya five to six cubits (one cubit equals about a foot and a half); CC Antya 14.64
tina tina-hāta three cubits; CC Antya 14.65-66
hāta hand; CC Antya 16.81
hāta hand; CC Antya 16.83
hāta cubits (one cubit approximately equals a foot and a half); CC Antya 18.52
hāta cubits; CC Antya 18.52
gandhera hāṭa in a market of scents; CC Antya 19.98