Good question. it seems no direct answer from scriptures as the answerer is ignorant of vast Hindu scriptures.
दारिद्रय daaridraya n. poverty
दारिध्र daaridhra n. poverty
1) Ashta Daridrya:
ashta: eight + daridrya: poverty) Eight types of poverties: 1. Lack of children, 2. Lack of valor, 3. Lack of victory, 4. Lack of money, 5. Lack of grandeur, 6. Lack of food, 7. Lack of auspiciousness and 8. Lack of grace of Adi Lakshmi, the Goddess of Wealth.
2) Ashta Daridrya sans Ashtaishwaryam:
(i) Ashtaishwaryam: (ashta: eight + aishwarya: wealth) Eight kinds of wealth: 1. Shakti, power, 2. Adhipatya, sovereignty, 3. Upanivesha, inhabiting the earth with living beings, 4. Vibhava, exalted position, 5. Dhana, material wealth, 6. Badappana, supremacy, 7. Sarvashakti matta, omnipotence, 8. sarva vyapakata, omnipresence.
'Puthra Pouthraabhi Vrithischa Vidhyabhoga Balathigam
Ayur Arogyam Sampathi Ashta Aishwaryam Thvamehi'
Not possessing any of Ashtaishwaryam is Ashta Daridrya!
3) Charity from Srimad Bhagavatam (6.14.34):
'tebhyo hiraṇyam rajatam
vasaḿsy abharanani ca
graman hayān gajan pradad
dhenunam arbudani ṣaṭ'
Unto the brahmaṇas who took part in the ritualistic ceremony the King gave charity of gold, silver, garments, ornaments, villages, horses and elephants, as well as sixty crores of cows (six hundred million cows).
Ashta Daridrya is without the following:
(i) hiraṇyam — gold
(ii) rajatam — silver
(iii) vasamsi — garments (silk like)
(iv) abharanani — ornaments (with precious stones)
(v) graman — villages (lands for homes and cultivation)
(vi) hayan — horses
(viii) gajan — elephants
(viii) dhenunam — (of) cows