1. to be or make subject to, (intrs.) to be in one’s power; (trs.) to harass oppress, vex, hurt (mostly Caus. randheti = Sk. randhayati). Only in Imper. randhehi Ja.i.332, and in Prohib. mā randhayi Ja.v.121, and pl. mā randhayuṃ Dhp.248 (= mā randhantu mā mathantu Dhp-a.iii.357) See also randha2.
  2. to cook (cp. Sk. randhi randhana) Mil.107 (bhojanaṃ randheyya)

pp randha1.

radh or randh, differentiated in Pāli to 2 meanings & 2 verbs according to Dhtm: “hiṃsāyaṃ” (148), and “pāke” (827). In the former sense given as raṇḍ, in the latter randh. The root is freq. in the Vedas, in meaning 1. It belongs perhaps to Ags. rendan to rend: see Walde, Lat. Wtb. s, v. lumbus