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saṃ-hata [ saMhata ]
mfn. struck together, closely joined or united with ( instr. ), keeping together, contiguous, coherent, combined, compacted, forming one mass or body ĀśvŚr. Mn. MBh. etc.
accompanied or attended by ( instr. ) Mn. vii, 165
become solid, compact, firm, hard MBh. Kāv. etc.
strong-limbed, athletic MBh.
strong, intensive VarBṛS.
( prob. ) complex, composite, compound ( said of a partic. tone and odour ) MBh.
struck, hurt, wounded, killed W.
n. a partic. position in dancing, Saṃigīt
-kulīna mfn. belonging to a family closely allied or related ĀpŚr. Sch.
-tala m. the two hands joined with the open palms brought together W.
-tā f. close contact or union Śiś.
-tva n. id. Pañcat. ( v.l. )
complexity. compactness, close combination W.
-pucchi ind. with contracted tail, g. dvidaṇḍy-ādi
-bhrū mfn. knitting the brows MBh.
-bhrūkuṭi-mukha mfn. one on whose face the brows are contracted ib.
-mūrti mfn. of compact form or shape, strong, intensive VarBṛS.
vāk-kala mfn. ( du. ) ' joining the tones of the voice ', singing a duet MārkP.
-vṛttôru mfn. one who has round and firm thighs R.
-starnī f. a woman whose breasts are very close to each other MW.
°tâṅga mfn. strong-limbed, well-knit Suśr.
in close contiguity ( as hills ) MBh.
joining the hollowed han ds ( as a mark of supplication ) Hariv.
°tâśva m. N. of a king ( son of Nikumbha ) Hariv.
°tôru mfn. firm-thighed MBh.