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Proto-South Dravidian : *tIḷ-ai-
Meaning : to boil, bubble
Tamil : tiḷai (-pp-, -tt-)
Tamil meaning : to boil
Tamil derivates : taḷai (-pp-, -tt-) to boil, to bubble
Malayalam : tiḷa
Malayalam meaning : bubbling up
Malayalam derivates : tiḷekka to bubble up, boil over, overbear, presume; tiḷeppu bubbling over, arrogance, triumph; tiḷappikka to boil, rouse passion
Number in DED : 3257
Proto-South Dravidian : *tiḷ-i (*-e-)
Meaning : a vessel
Kannada : tiḷi
Kannada meaning : a drinking vessel
Number in DED : 3429
Proto-South Dravidian : *Till-ai
Meaning : blinding tree
Tamil : tillai
Tamil meaning : blinding tree, Excoecaria agallocha; mountain slender tiger's milk, E. crenulata
Number in DED : 3256
Proto-South Dravidian : *tillān-
Meaning : a k. of musical sound
Tamil : tillān_ā
Tamil meaning : a kind of musical composition ending with the expression tillā or tillān_ā
Kannada : tillāna
Kannada meaning : an unmeaning sound used in humming over a tune
Tulu : tillāṇa
Tulu meaning : humming a tune
Number in DED : 3255
Proto-South Dravidian : *Tim-
Meaning : male monkey
Tamil : timman_
Tamil meaning : male of a species of monkey
Number in DED : 3238
Proto-South Dravidian : *Timil-ai
Meaning : a k. of drum
Tamil : timilai
Tamil meaning : a kind of drum
Malayalam : timila
Malayalam meaning : a kind of drum
Number in DED : 3237
Proto-South Dravidian : *Tim-ir-
Meaning : to grow, swell
Tamil : timir (-v-, -nt-)
Tamil meaning : to grow, increase, become more intense
Tamil derivates : (-pp-, -tt-) to grow stout from obesity; n. obesity; wantonness; timir_u (timir_i-) to grow tall and big
Malayalam : timiruka
Malayalam meaning : to swell, grow, be angry
Malayalam derivates : timirkka to be mad with joy or rage; timirppu triumph, arrogance
Number in DED : 3233
Proto-South Dravidian : *tim-ir-
Meaning : to smear, rub
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : timir (-v-, -nt-)
Tamil meaning : to smear as sandal paste, rub, apply to (as a flower to the skin), throw or scatter as on one's body
Tamil derivates : (-pp-, -tt-) to rub, besmear; beat; tuvar (-v-, -nt-; -pp-, -tt-) to smear
Kannada : timir
Kannada meaning : to rub and clean the skin
Kannada derivates : tiguru to rub, annoy, rub on as an unguent; tiguru, timir, tivir an unguent, perfume; temar to rub, rub out, destroy; tevaru to rub, tease, thwart
Number in DED : 3234
Proto-South Dravidian : *Tim-ir-
Meaning : numbness
Tamil : timir
Tamil meaning : numbness, stiffness from cold, dullness, sluggishness, anaesthesia
Tamil derivates : (-pp-, -tt-) to be numbed as a limb, be paralysed, be stupified; timircci, timirppu numbness, etc.; timiran_ dull, slow, inactive person
Malayalam : timir
Malayalam meaning : numbness
Number in DED : 3235
Proto-South Dravidian : *tiṇ-
Meaning : hard, firm; to strain
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : tiṇ
Tamil meaning : strong, hard, firm, close, compact
Tamil derivates : tiṇṭi size, bulk; tiṇṭu stoutness, thickness; tiṇam, tiṇṇam certainty, vigour, strength, solidity, robustness, power, tightness; tiṇṇan_ strong, robust, powerful man; tiṇṇimai firmness of mind; tiṇṇiyan_ strong man, brave man; tiṇmai strength, power, robustness, hardness, compactness, firmness, truth, certainty, constancy, heaviness, bulkiness; tiṇar (-pp-, -tt-) to form a thick layer, be crowded, dense, close; n. denseness, thickness (as of a cloud); tiṇi (-v-, -nt-) to be crowded, dense, close; (-pp-, -tt-) to cram, stuff; n. solidity; tiṇippu strength; tiṇimpu denseness; tiṇiyan_ fat man, clumsy beast or thing; tiṇivu hardness, denseness; tiṇukkam closeness, compactness, solidity; tiṇuŋku (tiṇuŋki-) to become close, dense, thick, crowded; tiṭpam solidity, strength, firmness of mind
Malayalam : tiṇ
Malayalam meaning : firm, strong, solid
Malayalam derivates : tiṇṇam strength; stiff, tight; tiṇma solidity; tiṇar swelling; tiṇarkka to swell, rise as the skin from a blow; tiṇṭikka (the edges of a wound) become swollen; tiŋŋuka to be thronged, crowded, tight; tikkuka to press, throng; tikkal pressing, thronging
Kannada : tiṇi
Kannada meaning : to be united or mixed together, be crowded or closely packed, be full or filled
Kannada derivates : tiṇuku, tiṇaku, tiṇiku to use pressure or strain as in childbirth or in easing nature, press, make violent efforts, undergo trouble; tiṇṇa, tiṇpu thickness, stoutness, greatness, weight, gravity, excess; diṇḍu thickness, stoutness, strength, pride; tintiṇi mass, crowd, multitude; tintiṇisu to be crowded
Tulu : diṇḍụ
Tulu meaning : stout, strong
Tulu derivates : diṇḍa proud, mischievous, impudent; diṇḍe a strong, stout man, a mischievous fellow; diṇṇa, duṇṇa heaviness; heavy
Number in DED : 3222
Proto-South Dravidian : *Tiṇ-
Meaning : 1 pial, platform 2 rising ground
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : tiṇṇai
Tamil meaning : pial, raised platform or veranda in a house, mound
Malayalam : tiṇṇa, tiṇa
Malayalam meaning : terrace, raised bank, open veranda
Kannada : diṇṇe, dinne
Kannada meaning : a rising ground, eminence, bank, islet
Kannada derivates : (Gowda) tinE veranda
Tulu : tiṇè, tinè, (BRR also) cinè
Tulu meaning : small open veranda
Tulu derivates : dinnè hillock, eminence
Proto-Nilgiri : *tiṇ
Miscellaneous : KOR (O) tene outer veranda
Number in DED : 3227
Proto-South Dravidian : *tin-
Meaning : to eat
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : tin_ (tin_p-, tin_r_-)
Tamil meaning : to eat, chew, bite, gnash, eat away (as white ants), destroy, ruin, cause irritating sensation (as in the skin)
Tamil derivates : tin_r_i, tiṇṭi eatables; tin_n_i glutton, one who eats indiscriminately in all places; tin_avu itching sensation, eczema, psoriasis; tir_r_i eatables that must be masticated before being swallowed, meat; tīr_r_u (tīr_r_i-) to feed by small mouthfuls; tīn_ food, victuals; tīn_an_ glutton; tīn_i light refreshment, food for animals, rich food
Malayalam : tinnuka
Malayalam meaning : to eat anything besides rice, eat
Malayalam derivates : tinni, tīni an eater, glutton; tīn any food besides rice, a meal; tīr_r_uka to cause to eat, feed, make food of something, cram, force down; (Tiyya) tīr_r_a food
Kannada : tin, tinu, tinnu (tind-)
Kannada meaning : to eat, esp. things which must be bitten, as flesh, bread, cakes, fruits, grass
Kannada derivates : tinasu, tinisu, tinnisu to cause to eat, feed; tinasu, tinasa, tinisu, tiṇḍi food; tini, tinni eating, an eater; tinna that which in eating is left, orts; tinnāḷi, tīnāḷi glutton; tīni food, eating; tīr_ to take mouthfuls, devour; tin, tinasu, tinisu, tenasu, tiṇḍi irritation in the skin, the itch; tīṭe itching, irritation, itching desire, lust, lasciviousness
Kodagu : tinn- (timb-, tind-)
Kodagu meaning : to eat (not a meal)
Kodagu derivates : tīt- (tīti-) to feed by hand; tindi food (except rice)
Tulu : tinpini
Tulu meaning : to eat, consume, destroy
Tulu derivates : tinpāvuni to feed, nurse; tinpele, timbele glutton; tindruni to eat all, guzzle; tīnụ, tīni food, meal, diet, a glutton; tinasụ, tenasụ food, feeding
Proto-Nilgiri : *tin-
Number in DED : 3263
Proto-South Dravidian : *tIn-ai
Meaning : millet, corn
Tamil : tin_ai
Tamil meaning : Italian millet, Setaria italica; wild Bermuda grass, Panicum burmanni; little millet ( = cāmai); paddy-field grass, Panicum fluitans
Malayalam : tina
Malayalam meaning : Panicum italicum
Kannada : tene
Kannada meaning : a spike, ear of corn
Kannada derivates : tene-giḍa Italian millet, Panicum italicum
Proto-Nilgiri : *ten
Number in DED : 3265
Proto-South Dravidian : *tiŋaḷ
Meaning : moon
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : tiŋkaḷ
Tamil meaning : moon, month
Malayalam : tiŋkaḷ
Malayalam meaning : moon
Malayalam derivates : tiŋŋaḷ month
Kannada : tiŋgaḷ
Kannada meaning : moon, month
Kannada derivates : beḷ diŋgaḷ moonlight
Kodagu : tiŋga
Kodagu meaning : month
Tulu : tiŋgoḷu
Tulu meaning : moon, month
Proto-Nilgiri : *tigǝḷ
Number in DED : 3213
Proto-South Dravidian : *Tip-ai
Tamil : tippai
Tamil meaning : mound, elevated ground; that which is bulky
Kannada : tippe
Kannada meaning : heap, hillock, dunghill
Kannada derivates : dibba, dibbu eminence, hillock; tevar(u), tevari rising ground, hillock
Tulu : tippè
Tulu meaning : heap, pile, hill
Tulu derivates : tuppè stack, heap of corn or rice
Proto-Nilgiri : *tip
Notes : Either two roots or borrowings from Tamil in Ka. and Tu.
Number in DED : 3229
Proto-South Dravidian : *tipal-i
Meaning : long pepper
Tamil : tippali
Tamil meaning : long pepper, Piper longum
Malayalam : tippali
Malayalam meaning : long pepper, Piper longum
Kannada : tippali
Kannada meaning : long pepper, Piper longum
Tulu : tirpali, (B-K) tippili, ippili
Tulu meaning : long pepper, Piper longum
Number in DED : 3228
Proto-South Dravidian : *tir-
Meaning : bow-string
Kannada : tiru, tiruvu, tirpu, tirbu, tibbu
Kannada meaning : bow-string
Tulu : tiru, tebbu
Tulu meaning : bow-string
Number in DED : 3248
Proto-South Dravidian : *tir-
Meaning : a k. of fish
Tamil : tirukkai
Tamil meaning : ray-fish, Trygon seption; electrical ray, Nareine timilei
Malayalam : tiraṇṭi
Malayalam meaning : a large flat sea-fish, ray or skate
Tulu : tiryaṇḍè
Tulu meaning : a kind of fish
Number in DED : 3249
Proto-South Dravidian : *tir-
Meaning : to steal
Tamil : tiruṭu (tiruṭi-)
Tamil meaning : to steal, rob, pilfer; n. theft, robbery
Tamil derivates : tiruṭan_ thief; fem. tiruṭi; tiruṭṭu theft, robbery, fraud, deception
Malayalam : tiriṭan
Malayalam meaning : thief, rogue
Proto-Nilgiri : *tir-
Number in DED : 3250
Proto-South Dravidian : *Tir-a-
Meaning : to search, seek
Tamil : tirakku (tirakki-)
Tamil meaning : to search, inquire
Malayalam : tirayuka, tirakkuka
Malayalam meaning : to seek
Malayalam derivates : tiraccal a search; tirayikka to cause a search to be made
Number in DED : 3242
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