to make into a ball, to conglomerate. Cp Sk. glauḥ ball; Gr. γλουτός; Ohg. chliuwa; Ger. kugel kloss; E. clot, cleat; also *gel with same meaning Sk. gulma tumour, gilāyu glandular swelling; cp. Lat glomus, globus; Ger. klamm; E. clamp, clump. A root guḷ is given by Dhtp.576,77 in meaning of “mokkha” a ball, in compounds sutta˚ a ball of string (= Ohg. chliuwa DN.i.54 = ; MN.iii.95; Pv-a.145; ayo˚ an iron globe Dhp.308; DN-a.i.84; loha˚ of copper Dhp.371; sela˚ a rockball i.e. a heavy stone-ball Ja.i.147.
- -kīḷā play at ball Dhp-a.i.178; Dhp-a.iii.455; Dhp-a.iv.124.
- -parimaṇḍala the circumference of a ball, or (adj.) round globular, like a ball Pv-a.253.
Sk. guḍa and gulī ball, guṭikā pill, guṇikā tumour; to *gleu.
sugar, molasses Vin.i.210, Vin.i.224 sq., Vin.i.245
■ saguḷa sugared, sweet, or “with molasses Ja.vi.324 (saguḷāni, i.e. saguḷa-pūve pancakes).
a cluster, a chain (?), in maṇi˚; a cluster of jewels, always in simile with ref. to sparkling eyes “maniguḷa-sadisāni akkhīni” Ja.i.149; Ja.iii.126, Ja.iii.184 (variant reading BB ˚guḷika); Ja.iv.256 (variant reading id.); mālā˚; a cluster, a chain of flowers, a garland Ja.i.73, Ja.i.54; puppha˚; id. Dhp.172 Dhp.233.
for guṇa2, due to distance dissimilation in maṇiguṇa and mālāguṇa → maṇigula and mālāgula; cp similarly in meaning and form Ohg. chliuwa → Ger knäuel