collecting, gathering, accumulation Vin.i.253; Mhvs.35, Mhvs.28.
comprising collection, inclusion, classification Kv.335 sq. (˚kathā) cp. Kvu. translation 388 sq.; Vism.191, Vism.368 (eka˚); -ṃ gacchati to be comprised, included, or classified Snp-a.7, Snp-a.24, Snp-a.291
inclusion, i.e. constitution of consciousness, phase Mil.40.
recension, collection of the Scriptures Mhvs.4, Mhvs.61; Mhvs.5, Mhvs.95; Mhvs.38, Mhvs.44; DN-a.i.131.
(applied) kind disposition, kindliness, sympathy, friendliness, help assistance, protection, favour DN.iii.245; Snp.262, Snp.263; AN.i.92; Ja.i.86 sq.; Ja.iii.471; Ja.vi.574; DN-a.i.318; Vv-a.63 Vv-a.64; Pv-a.196 (˚ṃ karoti). The 4 saṅgaha-vatthūni or objects (characteristics) of sympathy are: dāna, peyyavajja atthacariyā, samānattatā, or liberality, kindly speech, a life of usefulness (Rh. D. at Dial. iii.145 sagacious conduct; 223: justice), impartiality (? better as state of equality, i.e. sensus communis or feeling of common good). The BSk. equivalents (as sangrahavastūni) are dāna, priyavākya, tathārthacaryā, samānasukha-duḥkatā Mvu.i.3; and d., p., arthakriyā samānārthatā (= samāna + artha + tā) Lal.30 Cp. Divy.95, Divy.124, Divy.264. The P. refs. are DN.iii.152, DN.iii.232; AN.ii.32, AN.ii.248; AN.iv.219, AN.iv.364; Ja.v.330; Snp-a.236, Snp-a.240. See also Kern,
ii.67 s. v.
fr. saṃ + grah
neuter restraining, hindrance, bond Iti.73 (both reading & meaning very doubtful).
fr. saṃ + grah