To bring together; to collect, as a number of separate things, into one place, or into one aggregate body; to assemble; to muster; to congregate.
- To cause to come together; convene: The teacher gathered the students around the exhibit.
- To accumulate (something) gradually; amass: The top of the bookshelf gathered dust.
- To harvest or pick: gather flowers; gather wild foods.
- To gain by a process of gradual increase: gather speed.
- To collect into one place; assemble.
- To pick up and enfold: gathered the kittens into her arms.
- Printing To arrange (signatures) in sequence for bookbinding.
- To draw into small folds or puckers, as by pulling a thread through cloth.
- To contract and wrinkle (the brow).
- To draw about or bring (one thing) closer to something else: gathered the shawl about my shoulders.
- To conclude; infer: I gather that a decision has not been reached.
- To summon up; muster: gathered up his courage.
- To attract or be a center of attraction for: The parade gathered a large crowd.
- To come together in a group; assemble: A crowd gathered in the lobby.
- To accumulate: Dark clouds are gathering.
- To grow or increase by degrees.
- To come to a head, as a boil; fester.
- To forage for wild foodstuffs.
- The act or an instance of gathering.
- A quantity gathered.
- A small fold or pucker made by gathering cloth.
Malayalam MeaningTransliteration ON/OFF | Not Correct/Proper?
സംഭരിക്കുക - Sambharikkuka ;പെറുക്കിയെടുക്കുക - Perukkiyedukkuka ;ഒരുമിച്ചുകൂടുക - Orumichukooduka ;പറിക്കുക - Parikkuka ;മടക്ക് - Madakku ;ദ്വാരം - Dhvaaram | Dhvaram ;