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Proto-Nilgiri : *eḍǝ-
Meaning : to rise
South Dravidian etymology: South Dravidian etymology
Kota : eṛv- (eṛd-) "(smoke) rises up, spring up from position, fly"
Toda : öḍ- (öḍɵ-) "to be high or raised, rise, get up (from sitting or lying), (tree) grows, (peacock) dances"
Additional forms : Also Kota eṛv- (eṛt-) to make to spring up from position; eṛ weight; Toda öoɵ where (mud) has not risen in water (= öḍoɵ; < Badaga); öṛf- (öṛt-) to carry, place (corpse) on fire, arouse from sleep, give (girl) in marriage, bring to life; öṛt- (öṛty-) to arouse from sleep, rouse, resurrect
Number in DED : 851
Proto-Nilgiri : *eḍ-ǝc-
Meaning : to think and say ill of one, shame, laugh to shame
South Dravidian etymology: South Dravidian etymology
Kota : eṛc- (eṛc-)
Number in DED : 791
Proto-Nilgiri : *edǝk-
Meaning : to jump
South Dravidian etymology: South Dravidian etymology
Kota : edk- (edky-) "to jump high, (Todas) dance"
Toda : öɵk- (öɵky-)
Number in DED : 895
Proto-Nilgiri : *edir
Meaning : opposite
South Dravidian etymology: South Dravidian etymology
Kota : edyr "enemy"
Toda : öɵɨr "openly, (to lie) on one's back"
Number in DED : 795
Proto-Nilgiri : *eg-
Meaning : to contract the stomach (pīr_ stomach)
South Dravidian etymology: South Dravidian etymology
Toda : pīr_ eg- (egy-)
Number in DED : 774
Proto-Nilgiri : *ej-
Meaning : to shoot (arrow)
South Dravidian etymology: South Dravidian etymology
Kota : ey- (ec-), iy- (ic-), icv- (ict-), ic- (ic-)
Toda : ef- (et-)
Number in DED : 805
Proto-Nilgiri : *ek-
Meaning : to scratch
South Dravidian etymology: South Dravidian etymology
Kota : ek- (eky-) "to scratch (oneself, an itching limb)"
Toda : ök- (öky-) "to scratch oneself"
Number in DED : 765
Proto-Nilgiri : *ek-
Meaning : to count
South Dravidian etymology: South Dravidian etymology
Kota : ekm (obl. ekt-) "counting, taking account of something"
Toda : ökm (obl. ökt-) "arithmetic, account, figures"
Additional forms : Also Kota ekaṭ- (ekac-) to count (kaṭ- to tie); ekūṭ- (ekūc-) to count (kūṭ- to make to join, gather); ekmūṛ- (ekmūc-) to count
Notes : The root here is *ek-, as witnessed by the compound ek-mūṛ- (it should also be noted that a verbal root *e- "to count" would be highly improbable because of general laws of Dravidian root structure).
Number in DED : 769
Proto-Nilgiri : *e-, *ej-
Meaning : interrogative base
South Dravidian etymology: South Dravidian etymology
Kota : evn, evḷ, evr, ed/edn/ēd/en "which man, which woman, which persons, which thing or things"
Toda : ēɵ (obl. personal ēn-), pl. ēɵām "which person or thing"
Additional forms : Also Kota adj. e (before consonant), ey (before vowel); ey, ēd where; eyk whither; eytr whence; eyōn, eyōḷ, eyōr, eyd man, woman, persons, thing or things of or from what place; ejn whence; et_ which direction; et_āk a little in which direction; eyakd, et_akd somewhere (one doesn't know where); etervī in which neighbourhood; el, ēllk when; elōn, elōḷ, elōr, eld man, woman, etc., at what time; enm like what; entk to what extent; entgō numerous; enā, enenā such as what; ennm how, in what manner; entā how great; ēpāṭy so big as what; ental how many; very much, very big, more; enmūṛ like what; eŋ gey- to do what; end_ what day; end_ end_km forever; Toda adj. ē (before consonant), ēy (before vowel); ēɵɨd because of what; ēɵɨdm because of any of these things; et_ in which direction; et_m in any direction; et_ɨk a little in which direction; et_s_n, es_n whence; ēl where; ēnk to what place; ēnār_ by what road, towards where; ēfaxm always; ēd_, (in song also) ed_ why; ed_ on what day; etfok, etfɨn when; et how many; etk how much; etks_ at what distance; etōf such as what; egy what manner, how; however much; e(g) gɨs doing in what way, how; e(g) gɨsem somehow; es_ ɨn- to say how or what
Notes : It is not quite clear whether the correspondence "Kota e - Toda ē" can in any way reflect PSDR *jā- (*ja-) or if the length of the vowel in Toda (or its shortness in Kota) is secondary.
Number in DED : 5151
Proto-Nilgiri : *el-
Meaning : all
South Dravidian etymology: South Dravidian etymology
Kota : el, elm
Toda : elm (acc. elnm, dat. eltkm) "all (only in songs: noun + ōs + elm)"
Additional forms : Also Toda (rare in prose) el, elm id.; om elom all of us; nɨm elom all of you
Number in DED : 844
Proto-Nilgiri : *eḷ-
Meaning : ease
South Dravidian etymology: South Dravidian etymology
Kota : eḷ(l) "sitting at ease, easy"
Toda : eḷal "ease, easy"
Additional forms : Also Kota eḷtl easy, easily
Notes : The Toda form is not quite clear, mostly because of a lack of perfect external matches.
Number in DED : 855
Proto-Nilgiri : *eḷ
Meaning : thread in cloth
South Dravidian etymology: South Dravidian etymology
Kota : eḷ
Number in DED : 506
Proto-Nilgiri : *el
Meaning : particle added to name by male in addressing a younger male in his own or a descending generation
South Dravidian etymology: South Dravidian etymology
Toda : es_
Number in DED : 831
Proto-Nilgiri : *el[ä]
Meaning : leaf
South Dravidian etymology: South Dravidian etymology
Kota : el
Toda : es_
Number in DED : 497
Proto-Nilgiri : *eḷä
Meaning : young
South Dravidian etymology: South Dravidian etymology
Kota : eḷ "time of youth; young"
Toda : eḷ "young; tipcat (the small stick hit in the game)"
Additional forms : Also Toda eḷk time of youth
Number in DED : 513
Proto-Nilgiri : *eḷä-
Meaning : to pant
South Dravidian etymology: South Dravidian etymology
Kota : eḷv- (eḷt-)
Toda : eɫ̣f- (eɫ̣t-)
Additional forms : Also Kota eḷvl, Toda eɫ̣p panting
Number in DED : 504
Proto-Nilgiri : *elb
Meaning : bone
South Dravidian etymology: South Dravidian etymology
Kota : elv
Toda : eɫ̣f
Additional forms : Also Toda kɨt_ eɫ̣f ankle; pɨd_-es_p heel
Number in DED : 839
Proto-Nilgiri : *eḷd-
Meaning : to write
South Dravidian etymology: South Dravidian etymology
Kota : eḷd- (eḷdy-)
Additional forms : Also Kota eḷt writing; eḷp unjoined suture in top of child's skull
Number in DED : 853
Proto-Nilgiri : *eḷ-ǝg-
Meaning : (something) is slightly raised or imperfectly fixed in place, lift one's body slightly from ground, (mind) is moved (by pity)
South Dravidian etymology: South Dravidian etymology
Kota : eḷg- (eḷgy-)
Additional forms : Also Kota eḷk- (eḷky-) to lift slightly from position, lever out, pull (trigger); eḷc- (eḷc-) (blister) rises
Number in DED : 509
Proto-Nilgiri : *elĭ
Meaning : rat
South Dravidian etymology: South Dravidian etymology
Kota : eyj
Toda : is_y
Number in DED : 833
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