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संग्रह

saṃ-graha [ saMgraha ]


m. holding together, seizing, grasping, taking, reception, obtainment MBh. Kāv. etc.

taking ( in the sense of eating or drinking food, medicine etc. ) Ragh. Bhartṛ

the fetching back of discharged weapons by magical means MBh. Hariv.

bringing together, assembling ( of men ) R. Ragh. Siṉhâs

collecting, gathering, conglomeration, accumulation ( as of stores ) Mn. MBh. etc.

( in phil. ) agglomeration ( = saṃyoga, q.v. ) MW.

a place where anything is kept, a store-room, receptacle BhP.

complete enumeration or collection, sum, amount, totality ( eṇa, ' completely ', ' entirely ' ) Yājñ. MBh. etc.

drawing together, making narrower, narrowing, tightening, making thin or slender, the thin part of anything Car. Vāgbh. KātyŚr. Sch.

a compendium, summary, catalogue, list, epitome, abridgment , short statement ( eṇa or āt, ' shortly ', ' summarily ', ' in few words ' ) KaṭhUp. MBh. etc.

inclusion, comprehension, Kusum. Kull

check, restraint, control ib. Vet

keeping, guarding, protection Mn. MBh. etc.

a guardian, ruler, manager, arranger R. BhP.

obstruction, constipation ( See -grahanī )

attracting, winning, favouring, kind treatment, propitiation , entertaining, entertainment Mn. MBh. etc.

taking to wife, marriage ( See dāra-s° )

perception, notion Kap. BhP.

mention, mentioning L.

elevation, loftiness L.

velocity L.

N. of Śiva MBh.

of various wks. ( esp. of a gram. wk. in 100, 000 Ślokas by Vyāḍi

also often in comp. )

-kāra m. the composer or author of the Saṃgraha

-grantha m. N. of wk.

-grahaṇī f. a partic. form of diarrhoea ( alternating with constipation ) Bhpr.

-cūḍāmaṇi m. -parvan n. ( IW. 370, n. 1 ), -prakāśikā, f. -ratnamālā f. -rāmâyaṇa n. N. of wks.

-vat mfn. provided with a short summary of a subject Cat.

-vastu n. an element of popularity Divyâv

-vivaraṇa n. -vaidyanāthīya n. N. of wks.

-śloka m. a verse recapitulating what has been explained before ( in prose intermixed with Sūtras )