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Proto-South Dravidian : *čim-
Meaning : to discharge, throw forth
Kannada : cimmu
Kannada meaning : to discharge by means of two fingers, shoot with the finger, push forward by means of the foot or a stick, cast, fling, push away, butt or toss with the horns, squirt, sputter; break forth, flow forth, burst forth, gush out; brandish a weapon, shake, swing
Kannada derivates : cimaku, cimiku, cimuku, civuku, cimakisu, cimikisu, cimukisu, civukisu to sprinkle; simpiṇi sprinkling; simpisu, simpaḍisu, simbaḍisu, simmaḍisu to sprinkle, besprinkle; ? cigi to discharge with or from the fingers
Miscellaneous : KOR (O) cimki to splash; cimci to sprinkle
Notes : Kannada forms with s- probably borrowed from Pkt.
Number in DED : 2548
Proto-South Dravidian : *čin-
Meaning : small
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : cin_n_a
Tamil meaning : small, little, inferior, mean, low, young
Tamil derivates : cin_n_am smallness, minuteness, anything small; cin_n_i small child, little thing, a small measure
Malayalam : cinna
Malayalam meaning : small
Malayalam derivates : cinnan a short man; cinampu a little; cinakku a bit
Kannada : ciṇi, ciṇṇi, ciṇṇe
Kannada meaning : smallness, shortness
Kannada derivates : ciṇṇa a little one, a boy; cina smallness, small pieces; cinna, jinna smallness, etc.
Kodagu : ciṇṇi
Kodagu meaning : small
Kodagu derivates : cenna a little
Number in DED : 2594
Proto-South Dravidian : *čir_Vt-
Meaning : panther, leopard
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : cir_uttai
Tamil meaning : panther, Felis pardus
Kannada : cir_ate, cir_aca, circa, circu
Kannada meaning : a small kind of tiger, the cheeta or hunting leopard, Felis jubata
Kodagu : cirate
Kodagu meaning : leopard
Tulu : cirtepili
Tulu meaning : leopard
Number in DED : 2590
Proto-South Dravidian : *čiṭ-
Meaning : to snap
Tamil : ciṭṭikkai
Tamil meaning : snap of the finger (< Te.)
Kannada : ciṭaku, ciṭuku, ciṭuŋku
Kannada meaning : a sound in imitation of the cracking or snapping of the fingers
Kannada derivates : ciṭike, ciṭaki, ciṭuke a snap with the finger and the thumb; ciṭuŋkisu to snap with the finger and the thumb
Kodagu : ceḍi- (ceḍiv-, ceḍiñj-)
Kodagu meaning : ? to break of itself with a cracking noise
Tulu : ciṭụkụ, ciṭiki, ciṭka
Tulu meaning : a snap of the fingers
Tulu derivates : ciṭiciṭi a crashing noise
Number in DED : 2511
Proto-South Dravidian : *čiṭ-
Meaning : a small measure
Tamil : ciṭṭi
Tamil meaning : a small measure
Kannada : ciṭṭi, ciṭṭe
Kannada meaning : a measure of grain equal to four sēru, one equal to four solige
Number in DED : 2512
Proto-South Dravidian : *čiṭ-
Meaning : small
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : ciṭṭu
Tamil meaning : anything small
Tamil derivates : ciṭṭu-kkuruvi house sparrow; (Tinn.) ciṭṭu a small bird
Kannada : ciṭṭu, ciṭa, ciṭi
Kannada meaning : smallness, shortness, etc.
Kannada derivates : ciṭṭ-ili mouse
Tulu : ciṭṭè
Tulu meaning : small, little
Number in DED : 2513
Proto-South Dravidian : *čiṭ-čiṭ-
Meaning : a crackling noise
Tamil : ciṭuciṭuppu
Tamil meaning : onom. expr. of hissing noise, as of a burning wick when it contains particles of water
Kannada : ciṭa ciṭa
Kannada meaning : the sound produced when water touches burning oil; the snapping sound of corn in being parched
Kannada derivates : ciṭiciṭi the sound of sparks or flames bursting forth and crackling; ciṭil the crackling of flames
Tulu : ciṭiciṭi
Tulu meaning : a crackling noise
Number in DED : 2509
Proto-South Dravidian : *čiṭ-i-
Meaning : to throb
Kannada : ciṭi ciṭi hoḍe
Kannada meaning : to throb, as the head from ache
Tulu : ciṭiciṭi
Tulu meaning : the throbbing pain of a boil when suppurating or forming
Number in DED : 2508
Proto-South Dravidian : *čiṭik-
Meaning : a pinch
Kannada : ciṭike, ciṭaki, cuṭike
Kannada meaning : a pinch, as of snuff
Tulu : ciṭụkụ, ciṭiki, ciṭka
Tulu meaning : a pinch, as of snuff
Number in DED : 2507
Proto-South Dravidian : *čiṭ-Vl-
Meaning : to break, snap
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Kannada : ciṭlisu
Kannada meaning : to break, snap, crack, burst, etc.
Number in DED : 2510
Proto-South Dravidian : *čī-
Meaning : to sweep
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : cī (-pp-, -tt-)
Tamil meaning : to sweep off, brush away, wipe off, cleanse
Tamil derivates : cīy (-pp-, -tt-) to sweep; cīvu (cīvi-) to sweep clean (as floor), clean (as teeth); cīkku rubbish; cīkam-pul, cīku, cīẓku broom-grass; (RS, p. 147) cīprā a broom
Malayalam : cūl
Malayalam meaning : broom, besom
Kannada : cīpari
Kannada meaning : broom
Kodagu : cīpe
Kodagu meaning : broom made of grass, palm-leaves, etc.
Miscellaneous : KOR (O) tippi to sweep
Number in DED : 2599
Proto-South Dravidian : *čī-
Meaning : to scrape, cut
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : cī (-pp-, -tt-)
Tamil meaning : to scrape
Tamil derivates : cīvu (cīvi-) to pare off, shave or scrape off, smooth or polish by planing; cīval parings, shavings; cīy (-pp-, -tt-) to rub (intr.); (SATD) cīve a slice
Malayalam : cīka
Malayalam meaning : to scrape, smooth, polish
Malayalam derivates : cīvuka to scrape, peel, polish
Kannada : cīvu, civvu
Kannada meaning : to cut thin, shave, scrape, peel, pare or trim the nails, smooth, furbish, polish
Kannada derivates : civiṭu, civuṭu, civuṇṭu, jigaṭu to cut or cut off with the nails, nip off; sigur_, sigur_u, sibar_u, sivar_u, sivur_u that is pared off, rind
Number in DED : 2600
Proto-South Dravidian : *čī
Meaning : fie, shame
Tamil :
Tamil meaning : an excl. of contempt, disgust, repudiation; n. disdain
Tamil derivates : cī-cc, cī-cī an excl. of contempt, abhorrence; cīy-en_al onom. expr. signifying disgust; ciccī fie!
Malayalam :
Malayalam meaning : fie!
Kannada :
Kannada meaning : fie! shame!
Tulu : cī, cīcī, chī, chīchī
Tulu meaning : fie!
Number in DED : 2603
Proto-South Dravidian : *čīp-
Meaning : bolt, wedge
Tamil : cīppu
Tamil meaning : bolt, wooden brace to a door driven into the ground when bolting, shutter of a sluice
Malayalam : cīppu
Malayalam meaning : bolt pushed up from below
Malayalam derivates : cīrppu a bolt, bar
Kannada : cīpu
Kannada meaning : (Hav.) wooden latch
Tulu : cīmpi, cīmpu, cimpu
Tulu meaning : a bolt, bar, latch
Tulu derivates : cīpu a wedge, wooden peg, (B-K also) bolt, latch
Number in DED : 2622
Proto-South Dravidian : *čjaṇil-
Meaning : squirrel
Tamil : aṇil, aṇilam, (Ag.) aṇiyal, (Koll.) aṇṇattān
Tamil meaning : squirrel
Malayalam : aṇil, aṇṇal, aṇṇān
Malayalam meaning : squirrel
Malayalam derivates : eṇuŋku a variety of mountain squirrel
Kannada : aṇal, aṇil, aḷale, aḷil, aḷul, aḷḷūma, āḷindaki, iṇaci, (Bark.) caṇila
Kannada meaning : squirrel
Kodagu : aṇekoṭṭɨ
Kodagu meaning : squirrel
Tulu : caṇilụ, canilụ, taṇilụ, (B-K also) aṇilụ
Tulu meaning : squirrel
Proto-Nilgiri : *jaṇĭl
Number in DED : 2315
Proto-South Dravidian : *čor_-i-
Meaning : to itch
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : cor_i (-v-, -nt-)
Tamil meaning : to itch, scratch in order to allay itching, crave meanly; n. itching, scab, herpes, climbing nettle
Tamil derivates : cor_iyan_ scabby person; cor_uṇṭu (cor_uṇṭi-) to scratch; cori (-v-, -nt-) to itch; n. itching; (Koll.) coraŋk itching; coraṇṭ- to scratch
Malayalam : cor_i
Malayalam meaning : itch, scab, and other eruptions, nettles
Malayalam derivates : cor_iyuka to itch, scratch, rub oneself; cor_ukuka to scratch gently; (Tiyya) cor_iccilu itching
Kannada : tur_i
Kannada meaning : itching, the itch, scratching, an itching desire, lust
Kannada derivates : tur_ike itching, stinging, scratching; tur_ike giḍa the Neilgherry nettle, Urtica heterophylla; tur_ita, tur_u itching; tur_isu to scratch what itches, scratch; cur_aci, cur_uci, tur_aci, tur_ice, tur_uci, tur_uce Mucuna pruriens; (Hav.) torikke itch; torsu to itch
Tulu : tojji
Tulu meaning : itching
Proto-Nilgiri : *tor_ĭ-
Miscellaneous : KOR (M) coji, (O) cojji, (T) cogi to itch
Number in DED : 2865
Proto-South Dravidian : *čoṭ-
Meaning : to drop
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : coṭṭu (coṭṭi-)
Tamil meaning : to fall in drops, drizzle; n. a drop
Kannada : toṭṭu
Kannada meaning : a drop
Kannada derivates : taṭaku a drop as of honey, water, etc., a small quantity, a little; taṭakkane, toṭakkane in drops
Tulu : taṭakụ
Tulu meaning : a drop
Proto-Nilgiri : *soṭ-
Number in DED : 2835
Proto-South Dravidian : *čōl-ai
Meaning : grove, garden
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : cōlai
Tamil meaning : flower garden, grove
Malayalam : cōla
Malayalam meaning : grove, shade, cool retreat, fresh spring
Proto-Nilgiri : *tōlä
Number in DED : 2891
Proto-South Dravidian : *čōr- (?)
Meaning : milk-pot
Miscellaneous : KOR (M) cōra milk-pot
Number in DED : 2886
Proto-South Dravidian : *čōr-ai
Meaning : pigeon
Kannada : cōrE
Kannada meaning : (Gowda) pigeon
Kodagu : tōre pakki
Kodagu meaning : dove
Proto-Nilgiri : *cōrä
Number in DED : 2885
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