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सम्

सम्
 sam [ sam ]


1 or stam, cl. 1. P. samati or stamati, to be disturbed ( accord. to some ' to be undisturbed ' ; √ śam ). Dhātup. xix, 82

cl. 10. P. samayati or stamayati, to be agitated or disturbed Vop




सम्
 sám [ sam ]

2 ind. ( connected with 7. sa and 2. sama, and opp. to 3. vi, q.v. ) with, together with, along with, together, altogether ( used as a preposition or prefix to verbs and verbal derivatives, like Gk. ?, Lat. con, and expressing ' conjunction ', ' union ', ' thoroughness ', ' intensity ', ' completeness ', e.g. saṃ√ yuj, ' to join together '

saṃ-√ dhā, ' to place together '

saṃ-dhi, ' placing together '

saṃ-√ tap, ' to consume utterly by burning '

sam-uccheda, ' destroying altogether, complete destruction '

in Ved. the verb connected with it has sometimes to be supplied, e.g. ā'po agním yaśásaḥ sáṃ hí pūrv'Īh, ' for many glorious waters surrounded Agni '

it is sometimes prefixed to nouns in the sense of 2. sama, ' same ' ; samartha ). RV. etc.