Samgama - coming together connection, confluence

indriyadvārakaṃ sarvaṃ sukhaduḥkhādisaṃgamam |
itīndriyāṇi saṃtyajya svasthaḥ svātmani vartate || 136 ||


sa-gamá [p= 1128,3] [L=228498]
(or n. g. ardharcā*di ; ifc. f(ā).) coming together , meeting (in a friendly or hostile manner) , union , intercourse or association with (instr. with and without saha gen. , or comp.) RV. &c

instr. or comp. ; with anarthena , " coming to harm " , " injury ") R. Ka1m.


RTL. 347) Ya1jn5. MBh. &c




comp.) RPra1t.

gen.) Pan5cat.

(H2) m.
[L=228499]connection or contact with (
[L=228500]sexual union
[L=228501]confluence (of two rivers as of the Ganges and the Jumna , or of a river , at its mouth , with the ocean ; such confluences are always held sacred
[L=228502]conjunction (of planets)
[L=228503]harmony , adaptation
[L=228504]point of intersection
[L=228505]an uninterrupted series of (
[L=228506]acquirement of (
gama [p= 348,1] [L=63605]
(ā)n. ( Pa1n2. 3-3 , 58) ifc. going (e.g. ara- , kāma- , kha- , tiryag- , &c )

comp.) Hcat. i , 11 , 718
gama [L=63607]
going , course Pa1n2. 5-2 , 19
gama [L=63608]
march , decampment VarYogay. iv , 58
gama [L=63609]
intercourse with a woman (in comp.) Mn. xi , 55 Ya1jn5. ii , 293
gama [L=63610]
going away from (abl.) Caurap.
gama [L=63611]
(in math.) removal (as of fractions) , Bi1jag.
gama [L=63612]
a road L.
gama [L=63613]
flightiness , superficiality L.
gama [L=63614]
hasty perusal W.
gama [L=63615]
a game played with dice and men (as backgammon &c ) L.
gama [L=63616]
a similar reading in two texts Jain.
(H2) mf
[L=63606]riding on (in
(H2B) m.
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(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
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sa-gha [p= 1122,3] [L=227433]
» s.v.
sa-gha [p= 1129,3] [L=228728]
(fr. samhan) " close contact or combination " , any collection or assemblage , heap , multitude , quantity , crowd , host , number (generally with gen. pl. or ifc. , e.g. muni-s° , " a multitude of sages " BhP. ; śatru-s° , a host of enemies Ra1jat. ) MBh. Ka1v. &c

Mn. Sa1h. &c

esp.) the whole community or collective body or brotherhood of monks (with Buddhists ; also applied to a monkish fraternity or sect among jainas) Buddh. Sarvad. MWB. 176.
(H2) &c
(H1) m.
[L=228729]any number of people living together for a certain purpose , a society , association , company , community
[L=228730]a clerical community , congregation , church