Vin.i.255 (of the kaṭhina, with samaṇḍalīkata “hemmed”). Also in cpd. -patta “with leaves destroyed” is Nd ii.reading at Snp.44 (where T. ed. & Snp-a.91 read; saṃsīna), as well as at Snp.64 (in similar context, where T. ed. reads sañchinna). The latter passage is explained (Cnd.625) as “bahula-pattapalāsa saṇḍa-cchāya,” i.e. having thick & dense foliage The same meaning is attached to; sañchinna-patta at Vv-a.288 (with variant reading saṃsīna !), thus evidently in sense of sañchanna. The C. on Snp.64 (viz. Snp-a.117) takes it as sañchanna in introductory story.
pp. of sañchindati