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Proto-South Dravidian : *čaṭ-
Meaning : frame
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : caṭṭam
Tamil meaning : wooden frame, socket, plan, model, rule, order, regulation, exactness, precision
Tamil derivates : caṭṭa properly, rightly; caṭṭakam frame, framework; bed, couch; shape, figure, image, body
Malayalam : caṭṭam
Malayalam meaning : frame as of a door, window, cot; enclosure, mould, plan, order, proportion, nature, disposition, regulation, rule, law
Kannada : caṭṭa
Kannada meaning : frame of a cart, bedstead, chair, or picture, bottom or platform of a cart, bier; plan, order, regulation, neatness, fineness
Kannada derivates : caṭṭu the bottom or platform of a cart
Tulu : caṭṭa
Tulu meaning : a litter, sort of palanquin, bier, window frame
Proto-Nilgiri : *Saṭ
Number in DED : 2304
Proto-South Dravidian : *čaṭ-
Meaning : destruction
Tamil : caṭṭu
Tamil meaning : destruction, injury, waste
Tamil derivates : caṭṭi (-pp-, -tt-) to destroy, ruin, kill
Kannada : caṭṭu
Kannada meaning : destruction
Tulu : caṭṭu
Tulu meaning : end, dissolution, death, ruin, extinction
Number in DED : 2307
Proto-South Dravidian : *čaṭ-
Meaning : flat, level
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Kannada : caṭṭu, caṭṭa, caṭṭe
Kannada meaning : flatness, levelness
Tulu : caṭṭè
Tulu meaning : flat, level
Tulu derivates : caṭṭè-kallụ a flat stone
Number in DED : 2308
Proto-South Dravidian : *čaṭ-ai
Meaning : jacket
Tamil : caṭṭai
Tamil meaning : jacket, coat, gown, cloak, slough of a snake
Malayalam : caṭṭa
Malayalam meaning : jacket, bodice, mailcoat, armour
Kannada : caṭṭe
Kannada meaning : a garment adapted to the body after the European fashion
Tulu : caṭṭegāre
Tulu meaning : a native who assumes European dress
Number in DED : 2310
Proto-South Dravidian : *čaṭ-i
Meaning : earthen pot
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : caṭṭi
Tamil meaning : earthen vessel, pan
Malayalam : caṭṭi
Malayalam meaning : pot, pan
Kannada : caṭṭi, ceṭṭi
Kannada meaning : earthen pot or pan
Kannada derivates : caṭige, caṭṭige small earthen pot with a broad mouth
Tulu : caṭṭi
Tulu meaning : broad-mouthed spittoon, chamber pot
Number in DED : 2306
Proto-South Dravidian : *čav-
Meaning : brackish, astringent
Tamil : cavaṭu
Tamil meaning : fuller's earth, earth impregnated with soda, alkaline soil, sediment
Tamil derivates : cavar brackishness
Malayalam : cavar
Malayalam meaning : astringent
Malayalam derivates : cavarkka to have an astringent or unripe taste
Kannada : cavuḷu, savuḷu, savaḷu
Kannada meaning : brackishness
Tulu : cavuḷụ, cavuḷu
Tulu meaning : brackish, saline
Tulu derivates : tabaṭụ unsavoriness, acerbity; tabaṭuni to be unpalatable to the taste
Number in DED : 2386
Proto-South Dravidian : *čaval-
Meaning : lean, withered, old
Tamil : cavalai
Tamil meaning : leanness of an infant not fed on mother's milk, tenderness, immaturity
Tamil derivates : cavaŋku (cavaŋki-) to become lean, emaciated, shrink, subside, faint, languish; cavu (-pp-, -tt-) to become weak, be emaciated; cāvi withered crop, blighted or empty grain; cāvaṭṭai withered grain, chaff, emaciated person, dried betel leaves
Malayalam : cavala
Malayalam meaning : empty corn, hollowness, leanness
Malayalam derivates : cāvi, cāẓi empty grain, blighted corn; cankerworm, palmer-worm; cāṭa seedless, empty as husk
Tulu : cavuḷi
Tulu meaning : (B-K) old
Proto-Nilgiri : *ǯal-
Notes : Irregular voicening in Kota. Reasons unclear.
Number in DED : 2392
Proto-South Dravidian : *čavar- (*s-)
Meaning : rubbish; afterbirth
Tamil : cavar_u
Tamil meaning : rubbish, sweepings
Malayalam : cavar_u, cavar
Malayalam meaning : green leaves and rubbish used as manure, sweepings
Malayalam derivates : cavar_r_-ila dried leaves
Proto-Nilgiri : *cav-
Notes : Or PN with DEDR 2400.
Number in DED : 2395
Proto-South Dravidian : *čā-
Meaning : a k. of grass
Tamil : cāy
Tamil meaning : sedge
Tulu :
Tulu meaning : (?) Andropogon schoenanthus
Number in DED : 2455
Proto-South Dravidian : *čāc-
Meaning : breast, breast milk
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : cāci
Tamil meaning : mother's milk (nursery)
Kannada : cāci, tāci
Kannada meaning : a childish word for the female breast
Number in DED : 2436
Proto-South Dravidian : *čāj-
Meaning : to incline
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : cāy (-v-, -nt-)
Tamil meaning : to incline, hang down, decline as a heavenly body, bend, turn down as the ear, recline, lie down, give way, break, flee, be partial, biased, deviate, lean
Tamil derivates : (-pp-, -tt-) to cause to incline, bend or stoop, turn in a new direction, drive, steer, prejudice, spoil, defeat; cāyvu slope, declivity, etc.; cāyppu slope, slant, side or declivity of a mountain, sloping roof, etc.; cāyal inclining, etc.
Malayalam : cāyka
Malayalam meaning : to incline, lean to one side, rest or lie on, settle down, disappear
Malayalam derivates : cāyal, cāccal bending sideways as a falling tree, side, inclination; cāykka to lean against, bend, put one on the other, lower, level the ground by beating, lie down to sleep; cāyvu, cāyippu inclination; āyka to bend as for an exertion; āñcuka to bend forward, incline, bow
Kodagu : taye- (-p-, -t-)
Kodagu meaning : to level field and break up clods with a plank drawn by bullocks; n. plank thus used
Tulu : cācuni
Tulu meaning : to bow
Number in DED : 2456
Proto-South Dravidian : *čāmb-
Meaning : to wither; ashes
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : cāmpu (cāmpi-)
Tamil meaning : to wither, droop, perish, pine away, close up as flowers, decline, shrink, lose consciousness, grow dim as the eyes
Tamil derivates : cāmpal, cāmpar ashes, withered flower, old age; cāy (-v-, -nt-) to grow thin; cāyvu deficiency
Malayalam : cāmpuka
Malayalam meaning : to contract itself, shut, blink as eyes
Malayalam derivates : cāmpal contracting, closing; ashes
Tulu : cāmbuni
Tulu meaning : to close, shut, shrivel as a flower
Number in DED : 2453
Proto-South Dravidian : *čāmb-
Meaning : to pull up, lift
Tamil : cāmpu (cāmpi-)
Tamil meaning : to pull in by jerks, haul, draw in, pump
Tulu : cāmbuni
Tulu meaning : to lift with a lever
Tulu derivates : cāpaṇè a lever
Number in DED : 2454
Proto-South Dravidian : *čāṇ-
Meaning : chisel
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Kannada : cāṇa, cāna, cēṇa
Kannada meaning : a small chisel
Tulu : cēṇụ, cēnụ
Tulu meaning : awl, chisel
Number in DED : 2445
Proto-South Dravidian : *čāp-ai
Meaning : mat
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : cāppai
Tamil meaning : mat made of grass or rushes
Malayalam : cāppa
Malayalam meaning : hut, shed of leaves
Kannada : cāpa, cāpe, sāpe
Kannada meaning : mat
Proto-Nilgiri : *sāp- (?)
Notes : Kannada sāpe either dialectal or borrowed from Telugu.
Number in DED : 2452
Proto-South Dravidian : *čār_-ai
Meaning : line, stripe
Tamil : cārai
Tamil meaning : stripe
Kannada : cār_a
Kannada meaning : line, streak
Number in DED : 2481
Proto-South Dravidian : *čāṭ-
Meaning : refuge, shelter
Kannada : cāṭu
Kannada meaning : a refuge, shelter, anything that screens from rain, wind or heat of the sun
Number in DED : 2441
Proto-South Dravidian : *čeḍ-i-
Meaning : to be angry
Malayalam : seṭikka
Malayalam meaning : to be angry, frown, disrelish, be tired
Malayalam derivates : ceṭippu loathing
Kodagu : ceḍi, (Mercara dialect) coḍi
Kodagu meaning : anger
Notes : Strange s- in Malayalam.
Number in DED : 2757
Proto-South Dravidian : *ček-
Meaning : chip, splinter
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : cakkai
Tamil meaning : chips, small wooden peg
Tamil derivates : (Tinn.) cake rind of fruits
Kannada : cakke, cekke, sakke, sekke
Kannada meaning : chip
Tulu : cakke, cekkè, cekki
Tulu meaning : chip, split, splinter
Tulu derivates : ? ceppè splinter, chip, slice, paring
Proto-Nilgiri : *cek- (*s-)
Notes : Some forms with -a- may be due to Skt. śakala- 'piece'.
Number in DED : 2748
Proto-South Dravidian : *čel-
Meaning : wealth
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : celvam, celvu
Tamil meaning : wealth, prosperity, beauty, enjoyment, pleasure, happiness
Tamil derivates : celvan_ wealthy man, lord; celvi wealthy woman, lady of rank, Lakṣmī; celvikkai luxury, affluence; cellam opulence, prosperity, private treasury (as of a king); cellan_ wealthy person
Malayalam : cellam
Malayalam meaning : wealth
Kannada : calu, caluve, caluvu, calva, calvu, caluvike, calvike, celuva, celuvu, celva, celvu, celuvike, celvike
Kannada meaning : beauty, handsomeness, elegance, grace, propriety, niceness
Kannada derivates : caluvatana beauty, charming, coquettish behaviour; calumi, caluvi, caluvati, caluve, calvi, celvi, celve handsome woman
Tulu : celuvikè
Tulu meaning : beauty, comeliness
Tulu derivates : celuve handsome man
Number in DED : 2786
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