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Proto-South Dravidian : *oḍ
Meaning : bank, shore
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Kannada : oḍḍu
Kannada meaning : bank, causeway
Kannada derivates : oṇḍi bank, shore
Proto-Nilgiri : *oḍ
Number in DED : 0965
Proto-South Dravidian : *oḍ-ai
Meaning : wealth, property
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : uṭai
Tamil meaning : wealth
Tamil derivates : uṭaimai state of possessing, possession, wealth, property; uṭaiyavan_ owner, possessor of wealth; uṭaiyān_, uṭaiyavar, uṭaiyār master, lord
Malayalam : uṭama
Malayalam meaning : property
Malayalam derivates : uṭaya possessing; uṭayavan, uṭayatu owner
Kannada : oḍame
Kannada meaning : a possession, wealth, ornament, jewel
Kannada derivates : oḍe, oḍetana, oḍeyatana, oḍatana possession, ownership, lordship; oḍeya owner, lord, master, ruler; oḍati female having ownership, mistress
Kodagu : oḍevë
Kodagu meaning : master, god
Kodagu derivates : oḍeyë husband
Tulu : oḍaye, oḍeye
Tulu meaning : proprietor, master, lord
Tulu derivates : oḍati mistress; oḍatana, oḍetana proprietorship; oḍave property
Proto-Nilgiri : *oḍ-ĭm
Number in DED : 0593
Proto-South Dravidian : *oḍḍ-
Meaning : opposite
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Kannada : oḍḍu
Kannada meaning : to become opposite, oppose, counteract, resist
Kannada derivates : (PBh.) oḍḍaṇa a shield
Number in DED : 0963
Proto-South Dravidian : *odd-
Meaning : wetness, dampness
Tamil : ōtam
Tamil meaning : moisture, dampness, flood, sea, wave
Malayalam : ōtam
Malayalam meaning : dampness in rainy season
Kannada : odde
Kannada meaning : wetness, dampness, moisture
Tulu : odde
Tulu meaning : wetness, dampness, moisture; wet
Tulu derivates : veddè moist, wet
Number in DED : 1047
Proto-South Dravidian : *oḍ-i
Meaning : groin; waist
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Malayalam : oṭi, oṭuku
Malayalam meaning : groin
Malayalam derivates : uṭa id., testicle of oxen; ? uṭampu anus
Kannada : uḍi, uḍa, uḍu, uḍe
Kannada meaning : hip, waist
Kannada derivates : uḍi, uḍalu, uḍil, uḍulu, uḍlu pouch made in front by folding or doubling a part of the lower garment
Kodagu : oḍi katti
Kodagu meaning : Coorg sword (worn at waist of back)
Proto-Nilgiri : *oḍ
Miscellaneous : KURU (LSB) uyge hips
Number in DED : 0947
Proto-South Dravidian : *oḍijaṇ-
Meaning : gold belt or girdle
Tamil : oṭṭiyāṇam
Tamil meaning : gold or silver girdle or belt worn by women
Malayalam : uṭaññāṇ
Malayalam meaning : gold chain round the loins
Kannada : oḍyāṇa, oḍḍyāṇa, oḍḍaṇa, oḍḍavāṇa, oḍḍivāṇa, oḍvāṇa
Kannada meaning : belt of gold or silver chiefly worn by women
Tulu : oḍyaṇe, oḍyāṇa
Tulu meaning : belt or girdle made of gold and generally worn by a devil-dancer
Number in DED : 0961
Proto-South Dravidian : *oḍ-/*oẓ-
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : oẓukku (oẓukki-)
Tamil meaning : to draw out, as gold thread
Tulu : nūloḍu
Tulu meaning : a spindle
Proto-Nilgiri : *oḍ-ǝk-
Notes : If not two different roots.
Number in DED : 1012
Proto-South Dravidian : *oḍ-uŋ-
Meaning : to reduce; to finish
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : oṭuŋku (oṭuŋki-)
Tamil meaning : to be restrained, become tranquil, become reduced, grow less, shrink, slide to one side (as when meeting a superior), be subservient, be concealed, hidden, cease (as noise), be weary
Tamil derivates : oṭukku (oṭukki-) to subjugate, reduce, restrain, subdue, rob; n. contraction, compression, that which is narrow, dent or depression in a metal utensil; oṭukkam narrowness, closeness, self-restraint, reduction, contraction, place of concealment, secrecy, gradual sinking (of circumstances, of the powers of the body); oṭuŋkal obstacle, impediment; oṭuŋki tortoise (as that which contracts)
Malayalam : oṭuŋŋuka
Malayalam meaning : to come to an end, die (esp. of small-pox)
Malayalam derivates : oṭukkuka to finish, destroy; oṭukkam the end; finally; oṭuka to come to an end; oṭuvu the end
Kannada : uḍugu, uḍagu
Kannada meaning : to subdue, restrain; shrink, shrivel, contract, be bent, decrease, fail, fade, be finished, desist, leave, quit, abandon, stop, remove
Kannada derivates : uḍugisu, uḍagisu to cause to shrink, etc.; lessen (as strength); uḍukisu to restrain, keep in, tighten, compress, straighten, vex, oppress
Tulu : oḍuŋgelụ, oḍuŋkelụ, oḍkelụ, oḍka
Tulu meaning : the end
Tulu derivates : oḍuŋgeluni to cease to bear fruit
Proto-Nilgiri : *oḍ-ǝg-
Number in DED : 0954
Proto-South Dravidian : *og- (?)
Meaning : to wriggle
Kodagu : ogg- (oggi-)
Kodagu meaning : (child) wriggles on belly
Number in DED : 2854
Proto-South Dravidian : *oj-
Meaning : to carry away
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : oy (-v-, -nt-)
Tamil meaning : to drag along (as a flood), launch (as a boat), send forth, give
Tamil derivates : oyyal forwarding, giving; uy (-pp-, -tt-) to carry, take away, lead, guide, send, discharge (as arrow), give
Kannada : oy, uy (oyd-)
Kannada meaning : to carry off, conduct, carry, convey
Kannada derivates : osage a gift, present; (Hav.) occu to row a boat
Kodagu : uytɨ
Kodagu meaning : force
Tulu : oyipuni
Tulu meaning : to draw, pull, drag
Tulu derivates : oyipāvuni to cause to draw or pull; oyilụ force or velocity of a stream; occiyuni to deliver, give in charge; occuni to row a boat
Proto-Nilgiri : *uj-
Miscellaneous : BEL (LSB) ogi to pull
Number in DED : 0984
Proto-South Dravidian : *ok-
Meaning : to dig, scratch, indent
Malayalam : okkuka
Malayalam meaning : to indent
Kannada : okkɨ
Kannada meaning : (Bark.) to scratch (as fowls)
Kannada derivates : (Hav.) okku to dig
Tulu : okkuni
Tulu meaning : to scratch
Miscellaneous : KOR (T) ogi to cut
Number in DED : 0926
Proto-South Dravidian : *ok-
Meaning : to thresh, tread, trample
Tamil : ukai (-v-, -nt-)
Tamil meaning : ? to move (as a boat), go (as a vehicle), walk (as an animal)
Tamil derivates : (-pp-, -tt-) to drive, ride, row (as a boat), discharge (as an arrow), stir up (as dust)
Malayalam : okkuka
Malayalam meaning : cattle to trample upon sheaves of corn
Malayalam derivates : vb. noun. okkal
Kannada : okku
Kannada meaning : to tread out corn, remove grain from the ears by the treading of oxen, thresh with sticks; n. threshing
Kannada derivates : okkal, okkike, okkaṇike threshing; okkisu to cause corn to be trodden out
Kodagu : okk- (okki-)
Kodagu meaning : to thresh (paddy crop) by driving cattle round on heaps of grain
Kodagu derivates : okkɨ heap of paddy on threshing floor on which cattle are driven round
Proto-Nilgiri : *ok-
Number in DED : 0927
Proto-South Dravidian : *ok-
Meaning : to scratch, indent
Malayalam : okkuka
Malayalam meaning : to indent
Tulu : okku
Tulu meaning : (B-K) to scratch, make furrows
Number in DED : 3780
Proto-South Dravidian : *ok-a
Meaning : together
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : okka
Tamil meaning : together
Malayalam : okka
Malayalam meaning : together, all
Malayalam derivates : okkuka to be together
Kodagu : okka, okkace
Kodagu meaning : together, in one company
Number in DED : 0990
Proto-South Dravidian : *okal-
Meaning : relations, kinsfolk
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : okkal
Tamil meaning : relations, kinsfolk
Tamil derivates : okkali (-pp-, -tt-) to hold friendly communion with one's relations, maintain one's relations, give them medical aid, etc.; okkiliyan_ member of a caste of cultivators from the Kannada provinces who have settled in the districts of Madura and Coimbatore
Malayalam : okkiliyan
Malayalam meaning : a cultivating class
Kannada : okkal
Kannada meaning : residing, residence, home, tenancy, tenant, husbandman, farmer, subject
Kannada derivates : okkala, okkaliga husbandman, farmer, Śūdra; okkalagitti, okkaligiti, okkaliti a farmer woman; okkalatana husbandry, farming
Kodagu : okka
Kodagu meaning : patrilineal joint family
Tulu : okkelụ
Tulu meaning : a tenant
Tulu derivates : okkelme one of a cultivating class called the Bants, a Bant; fem. okkeldi, okkendi
Proto-Nilgiri : *ok-ǝl
Number in DED : 0925
Proto-South Dravidian : *ol-
Meaning : to sound, roar, etc.
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : oli (-pp-, -tt-)
Tamil meaning : to sound, roar; n. sound, noise, roar, speech
Tamil derivates : olippu sonorousness, roar; ōl sound, lullaby; ōlam sound, noise, roar, cry of lamentation; ōl āṭṭu to sing a lullaby; ulampu (ulampi-) to make a noise, roar, thunder; ulappal, ulampal combined noise of many sounds; ōlu (ōli-) to make a noise
Malayalam : oli
Malayalam meaning : a sound
Malayalam derivates : olikka to sound, as running water, ring bell; ulampuka to make a noise; ulappam hubbub, clamour; ōlam cry for help; ōli howling; a jackal
Kannada : uli (ulid-)
Kannada meaning : to sound, cry, utter, speak, say; n. sound, cry, word
Kannada derivates : ole a sound; (PBh.) to utter; ulipa, ulipu, ulivu, uluvu a sound, cry
Kodagu : oli
Kodagu meaning : noise of a metal bell
Proto-Nilgiri : *ol-
Number in DED : 0996
Proto-South Dravidian : *ol-
Meaning : river; to flow
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : oliyal
Tamil meaning : river
Malayalam : oliyuka
Malayalam meaning : to flow
Malayalam derivates : olikka to flow, run as water, blood from wounds; olippu flowing, looseness of bowels; olivu flowing; (Tiyya) olu water-current; ōluka to flow, ooze out; ōla trickling; ōli a spring, temporary well; ōlōla falling in drops, trickling
Proto-Nilgiri : *ol_-ĭ
Miscellaneous : IRU uli waterfall; PALKU, ALKU oli waterfall
Number in DED : 0999
Proto-South Dravidian : *ol-
Meaning : weak
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : olku (olki-)
Tamil meaning : to grow weak or faint, pine, be disheartened, become reduced, slender, thin, be emaciated
Tamil derivates : or_ku (or_ki-) to be deficient, be wanting, fall short, droop; or_kam poverty, indigence, destitution, feebleness, weakness, deficiency, dearth; olli thin person, thinness, slenderness
Malayalam : olkuka
Malayalam meaning : to grow weak, contract
Malayalam derivates : ollāṭi a thin, slender person
Tulu : olandala, olandale
Tulu meaning : swoon, fainting
Number in DED : 1004
Proto-South Dravidian : *ol-i-
Meaning : skin
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : oliyal
Tamil meaning : skin, hide
Tulu : olipu
Tulu meaning : skin, skin of a snake, shape
Number in DED : 1000
Proto-South Dravidian : *oḷ-i-
Meaning : to hide
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : oḷi (-v-, -nt-)
Tamil meaning : to hide, steal away
Tamil derivates : (-pp-, -tt-) to hide, conceal, disguise; lie hid; n. hiding, lurking-place, screen, cover for a fowler, decoy animal; oḷippu slinking away, hiding, concealing, keeping secret; oḷivu ambush, hiding; oḷika to be hidden; oḷikka to hide oneself; oḷippikka to conceal; uḷiyuka to stoop, peep
Malayalam : oḷi
Malayalam meaning : concealment, ambush
Malayalam derivates : oḷivu ambush, hiding; oḷika to be hidden; oḷikka to hide oneself; oḷippikka to conceal; uḷiyuka to stoop, peep
Kannada : uḷi
Kannada meaning : to conceal oneself, hide; n. hiding, ambush, lurking-place, hunter's hut; a thief
Kannada derivates : uḷiga man who hides or lurks; uḷita hiding or sheltering oneself; oḷavu, oḷagu a secret
Kodagu : oḷi- (oḷip-, oḷic-)
Kodagu meaning : to hide (intr.)
Tulu : oḷa
Tulu meaning : secret, private
Tulu derivates : oḷavu, oḷāvu secret thought; oḷaguṭṭu a secret; uḷavu one's secret
Proto-Nilgiri : *oḷ-ĭ-
Miscellaneous : KOR (T) oṇpɨ to hide
Number in DED : 1015
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