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Proto-Nilgiri : *par
Meaning : tree with huge trunk
South Dravidian etymology: South Dravidian etymology
Toda : par mēṇ
Number in DED : 3972
Proto-Nilgiri : *par-
Meaning : poverty
South Dravidian etymology: South Dravidian etymology
Kota : park
Additional forms : Also Kota parkn poor man; fem. parky, parkc
Number in DED : 3950
Proto-Nilgiri : *par
Meaning : (country, nāṛ) becomes a little light before dawn
South Dravidian etymology: South Dravidian etymology
Kota : par par in- (id_-)
Number in DED : 3980
Proto-Nilgiri : *par-
Meaning : house with roof and walls broken from disuse
South Dravidian etymology: South Dravidian etymology
Kota : pary bay (bī)
Additional forms : Also Kota pary gik broken basket used for carrying rubbish
Number in DED : 3962
Proto-Nilgiri : *paṛ-ä
Meaning : old
South Dravidian etymology: South Dravidian etymology
Kota : pay- (before vowel), pa- (before consonant)
Toda : pāw, pā- (before consonants)
Additional forms : Also Kota payd that which is old, which is of old, that was here always up to now; Toda pāfn old (of things); poṛy stink (of a corpse) (or with 4312)
Number in DED : 3999
Proto-Nilgiri : *paṛd-
Meaning : to tell
South Dravidian etymology: South Dravidian etymology
Kota : paṛd- (payd-/paṛdy-), aṛd- (ayd-/aṛdy-)
Toda : ? öšt- (öšty-) "to say, tell (story lament) (or with 4430)"
Notes : A unique case of a *-ṛd-ending stem in PN. It may go back to an earlier suffixal stem *paḍ-V-nd- or *paṛ-V-nd- (cf. the frequent occurrence of the cluster -ṛd- < *-ḍ-V-nd- in past stems from strong bisyllabic bases). Forms with zero anlaut, however, are irregular - dialectal or borrowed from Kannada dialects where they have not been preserved themselves.
Number in DED : 4003
Proto-Nilgiri : *pard
Meaning : bird of prey
South Dravidian etymology: South Dravidian etymology
Kota : pad "kite"
Toda : paɵ "bird of prey (including kite, eagle, vulture)"
Number in DED : 3977
Proto-Nilgiri : *par-ǝc-
Meaning : to pray
South Dravidian etymology: South Dravidian etymology
Kota : parc- (parc-)
Toda : part- (party-)
Additional forms : Also Kota parkym (obl. parkyt-) vow to a god, prayer; Toda arkym (obl. arkyt-) vow
Number in DED : 3951
Proto-Nilgiri : *paṛ-ǝg-
Meaning : to use; to tame
South Dravidian etymology: South Dravidian etymology
Kota : paḷg- (paḷgy-) "to become tame, become used to a person's ways, become amenable to suggestion for sexual intercourse"
Toda : pāg- (pāgy-) "to use (things, path)"
Additional forms : Also Kota paḷk- (paḷky-) to tame; paḷkm (obl. paḷkt-) being on intimate terms; poḷŋg- (poḷŋgy-) to be on intimate terms with, have interdining intercourse with; Toda pāk path, track
Number in DED : 4000
Proto-Nilgiri : *paṛǝk-
Meaning : to lie down
South Dravidian etymology: South Dravidian etymology
Kota : pak "act of lying down, act of lying down and chewing cud"
Toda : oky "sleeping place, bedding (< Badaga)"
Additional forms : Also Kota pak vaṛ- to lie down and chew cud (paṛ- to lie); pak mēkī- to rise up from chewing cud
Number in DED : 4007
Proto-Nilgiri : *par-ǝl
Meaning : pebble, one grain (of any grain)
South Dravidian etymology: South Dravidian etymology
Kota : parl
Number in DED : 3959
Proto-Nilgiri : *paṛ-ǝp-
Meaning : ripe
South Dravidian etymology: South Dravidian etymology
Kota : paṛv- (paṛd-) "(fruits) become ripe, (boil, sore) opens"
Toda : pošf- (pošt-) "to ripen"
Additional forms : Also Kota paṇ fruit; Toda pum, (in song) pan fruit; pōṣf- (pōṣt-) to yield fruit, (fruit) ripens
Number in DED : 4004
Proto-Nilgiri : *parǝvĭ
Meaning : a big pot
South Dravidian etymology: South Dravidian etymology
Kota : payrv "big storage pot for grain"
Toda : parfy "large earthen pot for carrying or boiling water"
Additional forms : Also Kota kopayrv, kopīrv id. (but bigger than payrv)
Number in DED : 3961
Proto-Nilgiri : *paṛǐ-
Meaning : to abuse
South Dravidian etymology: South Dravidian etymology
Kota : paḷc- (paḷc-)
Toda : pāk- (pāky-)
Additional forms : Also Kota paḷy retribution; apṛ/ḷyk ipṛ/ḷyk onom. of scolding (as in: apṛykē ipṛykē (id_)r maṇcukō he scolded vigorously); ? payāc woman who has casual sexual intercourse
Notes : Toda pāk- < *paṛ-Vk-.
Number in DED : 4002
Proto-Nilgiri : *par-ĭ-
Meaning : (horse) gallops; ride at a gallop
South Dravidian etymology: South Dravidian etymology
Toda : pary- (parc-)
Number in DED : 3963
Proto-Nilgiri : *part-ĭ
Meaning : wick
South Dravidian etymology: South Dravidian etymology
Toda : pašty
Number in DED : 3976
Proto-Nilgiri : *par_-
Meaning : drum
South Dravidian etymology: South Dravidian etymology
Kota : par
Toda : par_
Additional forms : Also Kota parn Pariah; fem. parc
Number in DED : 4032
Proto-Nilgiri : *par_c (?)
Meaning : Hypericum mysorense
South Dravidian etymology: South Dravidian etymology
Kota : palc
Toda : par_c
Notes : Unclear correspondence, and no external parallels.
Number in DED : 3993
Proto-Nilgiri : *par_ĭ-
Meaning : to break, pluck
South Dravidian etymology: South Dravidian etymology
Kota : payr- (parc-) "to break by pulling both ends (intr., tr.; as rope, flower-stem), pull out (as hair)"
Toda : par_y- (par_c-) "to pluck forcibly, (string) breaks"
Additional forms : Also Kota payr rag; artm, artym sharpness; Toda par_y rag
Notes : Kota artm either borrowed from Badaga or (more probable) simply does not belong here.
Number in DED : 4027
Proto-Nilgiri : *par_-ĭ-
Meaning : to beautify (bamboo pot with black dots, teeth by polishing)
South Dravidian etymology: South Dravidian etymology
Toda : par_y- (par_c-)
Number in DED : 4028
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