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Proto-South Dravidian : *gil-gil-
Meaning : [expr.] to clink, rattle
Tamil : kil-kill-en_al
Tamil meaning : onom. expr. signifying clinking sound
Tamil derivates : kilukku (kilukki-) to ring, rattle, clink; n. rattling, tinkling; rattling sticks of schoolboys, children's rattle-box; kilukili, kilukiluppu, kilukiluppai children's rattle-box; kilukilu (-pp-, -tt-) to rattle, tinkle, resound with noise; kilukil-en_al onom. expr. signifying rattling, tinkling, jingling sound; kiluŋku (kiluŋki-) to tinkle, ring, rattle, jingle
Malayalam : kilukilu
Malayalam meaning : tinkling, rattling, loud laughter, monkey's babble
Malayalam derivates : kilukilukka to rattle, ring; kilukku a rattle; kilukkuka to wear foot-trinkets; kiluŋŋuka a ringing of bells
Kannada : kilakila-guṭṭu, kilikili-guṭṭu
Kannada meaning : to laugh heartily, titter
Kannada derivates : kilakila-nagu, kilikili-nagu to titter or laugh from pleasure; kilibili the chatter of certain birds, children, etc.; gil, gila, gili, gilu sound in imit. of tinkling, jingling, rattling; gilaku, giluku sound emitted by a child's rattle-box; gilake, gilike, gilke a child's rattle-box
Tulu : kilakila, kilikili
Tulu meaning : chirping, screeching; (laughing) heartily
Proto-Nilgiri : *gil-
Number in DED : 1575
Proto-South Dravidian : *gil-i
Meaning : fear
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : kili
Tamil meaning : fear, fright
Malayalam : killu
Malayalam meaning : doubt
Kannada : gili
Kannada meaning : fear
Tulu : gilkụ, gilki
Tulu meaning : fear, trembling
Proto-Nilgiri : *gil-ĭ
Irula : gili
Irula meaning : fear
Notes : Ir. 196.
Number in DED : 1572
Proto-South Dravidian : *giḷ-i
Meaning : parrot
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : kiḷi, kiḷḷai
Tamil meaning : parrot
Malayalam : kiḷi
Malayalam meaning : parrot
Kannada : giḷi, giṇi
Kannada meaning : parrot
Kodagu : gɨṇi
Kodagu meaning : parrot
Tulu : giḷi, giṇi
Tulu meaning : parrot
Proto-Nilgiri : *kiḷ-ĭ
Number in DED : 1584
Proto-South Dravidian : *ginḍ-i
Meaning : vessel
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : kiṇṭi
Tamil meaning : small drinking vessel with nozzle
Malayalam : kiṇṭi
Malayalam meaning : goblet, water-vessel with a snout
Kannada : giṇḍi, giṇṇal, giṇṇil
Kannada meaning : small metal water-vessel (with or without spout)
Kodagu : kɨṇḍi
Kodagu meaning : small metal vessel with spout
Tulu : giṇḍi, giṇḍya, giṇḍyè
Tulu meaning : goblet, small metal vessel
Tulu derivates : giṇṇalụ goblet, cup of bell-metal
Proto-Nilgiri : *kiṇḍ-ĭ
Number in DED : 1541
Proto-South Dravidian : *giṇ-giṇ-
Meaning : [expr.] tinkling
Tamil : kiṇṇ-en_al, kiṇkiṇ-en_al, kiṇīr-en_al, kiṇīl-en_al, kiṇin_-en_al, kiṇukku-kkiṇukk-en_al
Tamil meaning : onom. expr. signifying tinkling sound
Tamil derivates : kiṇi cymbal; kiṇkiṇi, kiŋkiṇi tinkling ornament, girdle of small bells; rattlewort, Crotalaria pulcherrima; kiṇiti rattlewort; kiṇai a small drum
Malayalam : kiṇukiṇa
Malayalam meaning : tinkling
Malayalam derivates : kiṇuŋŋuka, kiṇukkuka to tinkle
Kannada : kiṇi-guṭṭu, kiṇikiṇi ennu
Kannada meaning : to tinkle (as small bells, etc.)
Kannada derivates : giṇi sound in imitation of chinking, light rattling; giṇigiṇike the plant Crotalaria in its various species, of which the seeds rattle
Tulu : kiṇikiṇi
Tulu meaning : tinkling of small bells, a clinking sound
Tulu derivates : kiṇilụ noise made by the fall of a small bell; giṇigiṇi, giṇilụ tinkling sound of a small bell
Proto-Nilgiri : *keṇ
Number in DED : 1545
Proto-South Dravidian : *gir-
Meaning : ankle
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tulu : girige
Tulu meaning : (Eng.-Tul. Dict.) ankle
Number in DED : 1563
Proto-South Dravidian : *ǵiraṭ-ai (?)
Meaning : coconut shell
Tamil : ciraṭṭai
Tamil meaning : coconut shell, begging bowl
Tamil derivates : caraṭṭai coconut shell (loc.)
Malayalam : ciraṭṭa
Malayalam meaning : coconut shell, chiefly the lower half
Malayalam derivates : ciraṭṭi the upper half of a coconut shell
Kannada : geraṭe (DCV), gɛraṭe (Hal.), garɨṭa (Bark.)
Kannada meaning : coconut shell
Kodagu : ceraṭe
Kodagu meaning : coconut shell
Miscellaneous : KOR geyṭe coconut shell
Number in DED : 2550
Proto-South Dravidian : *gir_-
Meaning : [expr.] creaking
Tamil : kir_iccu
Tamil meaning : creaking sound
Tamil derivates : kir_iccān_ watchman's rattle, child's rattle
Malayalam : kir_ayuka
Malayalam meaning : to creak (as a door)
Malayalam derivates : kir_ikir_ukka creaking, noise of writing on olas; kirukira rustling, rattling noise; kirukirukka to rustle, rattle
Kannada : kir_a, kir_aku, kir_iki, kir_u, gir_aku, gir_iki, gir_uku, gir_u, gir
Kannada meaning : creaking
Kannada derivates : kir_r_ane with a rattling noise
Tulu : kirikiri, girigiri
Tulu meaning : creaking (as shoes, etc.)
Tulu derivates : kirkụ a creaking noise
Proto-Nilgiri : *gir-
Number in DED : 1593
Proto-South Dravidian : *gir_-
Meaning : giddy
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : kir_ukir_u (-pp-, -tt-)
Tamil meaning : to be giddy, swim (as the head), be confounded, confused, disconcerted
Tamil derivates : kir_ukir_uppu giddiness; kir_u-kir_-en_al expr. signifying being giddy, moving rapidly; kir_ukku (kir_ukki-) to feel giddy, be delirious; n. giddiness, craziness
Malayalam : kir_ukir_ukka
Malayalam meaning : to become embroiled
Malayalam derivates : kir_ukkam dizziness, giddiness
Kannada : gir_i, gir_a, gir_u, gir_ake, gir_aki, gir_iki, gir_ike
Kannada meaning : whirling, going round
Kannada derivates : gir_a guṭṭu to go round (as the head from biliousness); gir_r_ane with a whirl
Tulu : giriyuni
Tulu meaning : to suffer from giddiness
Tulu derivates : girigiṭṭi a child's toy with wheels whirling round by means of a string between them
Number in DED : 1595
Proto-South Dravidian : *gīr_-
Meaning : to scratch, draw lines
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : kīr_u (kīr_i-)
Tamil meaning : to scratch, draw lines, scribble, write; n. scratch, mark, stroke, scrawl, writing
Tamil derivates : kīr_al scratching, marking, drawing lines, writing; kīr_r_u stroke, line, mark, stripe; kir_ukku (kir_ukki-) to scribble, write illegibly, cancel, score out; n. scribble, scoring out anything written; kir_ukkal scribbling, scoring out; (Tinn.) kīcu to scratch
Malayalam : kīr_u
Malayalam meaning : a stripe
Malayalam derivates : kīr_uka to scratch, draw lines; kir_ukka to erase, strike out; kīcukka to scratch (as fowls)
Kannada : gīr_u
Kannada meaning : to scratch, scrape, draw lines or streaks; n. a line, streak, stripe
Kannada derivates : kīr_u to scratch, scrape; gīṭu a line, stroke; gīku to scratch, scrape, etc.; gīcu id., to scrawl, scribble, draw a line or lines over with a pen; n. scratch, line made with a pen, scrawling; gīju to draw a line or lines over with a pen; kir_uku to scratch out, erase
Kodagu : gīc- (gīci-)
Kodagu meaning : to make a mark by scratching
Tulu : kīruni, gīruni
Tulu meaning : to scratch, wound slightly by the nails
Tulu derivates : kīrụ, gīrụ, gīru scratch, superficial wound; gīṭụ line, stroke, mark; gīcuni to scratch over with a pen, scrawl, draw lines; gerè a line, row, stroke
Proto-Nilgiri : *kīr (*-r_)
Miscellaneous : KOR (T) kīt- to scrape
Number in DED : 1623
Proto-South Dravidian : *goḍḍ-
Meaning : barren
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : koṭṭu
Tamil meaning : barren woman
Kannada : goḍḍu
Kannada meaning : state of being barren, sapless; a barren cow, etc.
Kannada derivates : goḍḍi barren woman
Tulu : goḍḍu
Tulu meaning : barren
Proto-Nilgiri : *goḍ-
Number in DED : 2074
Proto-South Dravidian : *goḷ-ai
Meaning : anus
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Kannada : goḷḷe
Kannada meaning : the anus of males
Kodagu : goḷḷe
Kodagu meaning : anus
Number in DED : 2159
Proto-South Dravidian : *goL-Vs-
Meaning : chain link
Tamil : kolucu
Tamil meaning : gold or silver chain for arm or ankle
Kannada : golasu, goṇasu
Kannada meaning : a link of chain
Tulu : goṇasụ, gaṇasụ
Tulu meaning : a link of chain
Number in DED : 2134
Proto-South Dravidian : *gonṭ-
Meaning : hollow piece of bamboo, tube
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : koṭṭam
Tamil meaning : hollow piece of bamboo for giving medicine to cattle
Kannada : koṭṭa, goṭṭa
Kannada meaning : bamboo tube for administering food or medicine to cattle
Tulu : koṇḍè
Tulu meaning : a hollow piece of bamboo
Number in DED : 2059
Proto-South Dravidian : *got-
Meaning : appointment, rule
Tamil : kottukkāran_
Tamil meaning : head of a company of labourers
Kannada : gottu
Kannada meaning : appointment, rule, regulation
Kannada derivates : gottugār_a headman
Proto-Nilgiri : *gotgār-
Number in DED : 2093
Proto-South Dravidian : *go(ẓ)ŋ-
Meaning : neck
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : kōkkey
Tamil meaning : (Koll.) neck
Malayalam : kuñci
Malayalam meaning : nape of neck
Malayalam derivates : koŋŋā throat
Kannada : kuŋke
Kannada meaning : nape of neck, shoulder
Kannada derivates : goŋke throat; gōṇ, gōẓ neck
Number in DED : 1645
Proto-South Dravidian : *goǯǯ-
Meaning : mess of boiled fruit
Tamil : koccu
Tamil meaning : thick mess of boiled brinjals, mangoes, etc., seasoned with tamarind, chillies, salt, etc.
Kannada : gojju
Kannada meaning : thick mess of boiled brinjals, mangoes, etc., seasoned with tamarind, chillies, salt, etc.
Tulu : gojji
Tulu meaning : boiled juice or pulp of any fruit, mixed with coconut, salt, chillies, etc., and eaten with boiled rice
Number in DED : 2040
Proto-South Dravidian : *gōḍ-ai
Meaning : wall
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Kannada : gōḍe
Kannada meaning : wall
Tulu : gōḍè
Tulu meaning : wall
Proto-Nilgiri : *gōḍ
Number in DED : 2207
Proto-South Dravidian : *gōḷ-i
Meaning : banyan, fig
Tamil : kōḷi
Tamil meaning : banyan, fig, tree bearing fruit without outwardly blossoming
Tamil derivates : kōṇi fig; koẓiñci trees or plants, as the figs, which bear without blossoming
Malayalam : kōḷi (?)
Malayalam meaning : an epidendron, grasping plant (some figs are of this nature)
Kannada : gōḷi
Kannada meaning : all kinds of fig trees which bear no apparent flowers; banyan; Ficus elastica Roxb.
Kannada derivates : gōṇi Ficus elastica; Ficus religiosa
Tulu : gōḷida mara
Tulu meaning : banyan tree, Ficus indica
Number in DED : 2254
Proto-South Dravidian : *gōḷ-/*gōẓ-
Meaning : grief, lament
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Kannada : gōḷ, gōẓ
Kannada meaning : sound of howling lamenting, wailing, or roaring
Kannada derivates : goḷō the sound produced in lamentation and weeping
Kodagu : gōḷɨ
Kodagu meaning : struggling, agony
Tulu : gōlu, gōḷu
Tulu meaning : grief, lamentation
Proto-Nilgiri : *gōḷ
Number in DED : 2252
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