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Proto-South Dravidian : *īḷ-ai
Meaning : phlegm, asthma
Tamil : īḷai
Tamil meaning : phlegm, asthma, consumption
Malayalam : īḷa
Malayalam meaning : phlegm, saliva, spittle
Malayalam derivates : iḷi-nīr saliva, spittle
Proto-Nilgiri : *īṇ- (?)
Number in DED : 0551
Proto-South Dravidian : *īḷ-ai
Meaning : orange
Kannada : īḷe
Kannada meaning : orange
Number in DED : 0552
Proto-South Dravidian : *īm-
Meaning : place for cremation, cemetery
Tamil : īm
Tamil meaning : place for cremation of the dead, burial ground
Tamil derivates : īmam burning ground, funeral pyre; (Tinn.) funeral
Malayalam : īmam
Malayalam meaning : cemetery, funeral pyre, funeral rites
Number in DED : 0540
Proto-South Dravidian : *īn-
Meaning : to bear young
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : īn_ (īn_p-, īn_r_-)
Tamil meaning : to bear, bring forth, yean, produce, yiled, bring into being
Tamil derivates : īr_r_am giving birth, bringing forth; īr_r_u bringing forth (applied to animals), young one brought forth; ī (-v-, -nt-) to create, bring into existence, bring forth
Malayalam : īnuka
Malayalam meaning : to shoot into ears; to bear, bring forth, yean
Malayalam derivates : īluka to shoot into ears; īr_r_am the womb of animals; īr_r_u bringing forth, the infant, young of animals
Kannada : īn (īd-)
Kannada meaning : to bring forth young, yean, cub
Kannada derivates : īduvike bringing forth; ī (īd-), īyu to bring forth; īyisu, īsu to cause to bring forth, help in bringing forth
Proto-Nilgiri : *īn-
Irula : īnu
Irula meaning : give
Number in DED : 0555
Proto-South Dravidian : *īnḍ-
Meaning : to gouge, pull out
Tamil : īṇṭu (īṇṭ-)
Tamil meaning : to gouge, extract, pull out
Malayalam : īṇuka (?)
Malayalam meaning : to bend forward or backward so as to apply force
Number in DED : 0539
Proto-South Dravidian : *īnḍ- (caus. *īṭ-)
Meaning : to gather, come together
Tamil : īṇṭu (īṇṭi-)
Tamil meaning : to gather, come together, be close together, get to be a compact mass, abound
Tamil derivates : īṇṭu-nīr sea; īṭṭu (īṭṭi-) to collect, hoard, accumulate, acquire; n. a flock, swarm; īṭṭam throng, group, abundance, acquiring, earning; īṭṭal amassing wealth
Malayalam : īṭṭam
Malayalam meaning : collection
Malayalam derivates : īṭṭuka to heap up, increase; īṭuka to join, increase; īṇṭa a swarm
Kannada : īḍu
Kannada meaning : joining, uniting, increase, plenty, strength, wealth
Kannada derivates : īḍukār_a, īḍugār_a a powerful man; (PBh.) iṇḍe heap, mass
Irula : īṭṭu
Irula meaning : earn
Notes : Ir. 114.
Number in DED : 0538
Proto-South Dravidian : *īnd[j]-
Meaning : date-palm
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : īntu
Tamil meaning : date-palm, Phoenix dactylifera; dwarf wild date-palm, Phoenix farinifera
Tamil derivates : īñcu id.; wild date-palm, P. sylvestris; īccampan_ai wild date-palm
Malayalam : īntal
Malayalam meaning : Phoenix farinifera (cir_r_-), Elate sylvestris (kāṭṭ-)
Malayalam derivates : īntu a cycas [i.e. sago-palm]; ītta Phoenix dactylifera
Kannada : īcal, īcala, īcale, īcil
Kannada meaning : wild date tree, Phoenix sylvestris Lin.
Tulu : īcilụ, īñcilụ
Tulu meaning : the wild date
Tulu derivates : īndụ sago-palm, Caryota urens
Number in DED : 2617
Proto-South Dravidian : *īŋ-
Meaning : feather
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Notes : Yer. īgu.
Proto-South Dravidian : *ī[p]-
Meaning : fly, bee
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : ī
Tamil meaning : fly, bee
Tamil derivates : tēn_-ī honey bee; (dial., Andronov) īccai fly; īccōppi fly-flapper (i. e. īcc-ōppi)
Malayalam : īcca
Malayalam meaning : fly
Tulu : ippi
Tulu meaning : (B-K.) eggs laid by a fly, usually in ulcers
Proto-Nilgiri : *īp-
Irula : īppi
Irula meaning : house fly
Miscellaneous : IRU īppi fly; PALKU, ALKU īpi fly
Notes : Ir. 114.
Number in DED : 0533
Proto-South Dravidian : *ī(r)-
Meaning : wing
Tamil : ī, īr
Tamil meaning : wing
Tamil derivates : īrkkil, īrkku feather of an arrow
Number in DED : 0534
Proto-South Dravidian : *īr-
Meaning : to drag, draw
Tamil : īr (-pp-, -tt-)
Tamil meaning : to drag along, pull, attract, carry away (as a current), excoriate (as a tiger), flay, draw, paint, write
Tamil derivates : (-v-, -nt-) to be drawn out; saw; īrppu pull, tug, attraction; īr-vāḷ a saw
Malayalam : īruka
Malayalam meaning : to saw, split (or with DEDR 2491)
Malayalam derivates : īr splitting, sawing; īr-vāḷ, īrcca-vāḷ a saw; īrcca sawing; (Kauṭ.) īrkkuka to draw, drag
Kannada : īr
Kannada meaning : to pull, draw
Proto-Nilgiri : *īd-
Number in DED : 0542
Proto-South Dravidian : *īr-
Meaning : to rub off, be worn out
Tulu : īruni
Tulu meaning : to rub off, be worn out
Number in DED : 0543
Proto-South Dravidian : *īr-
Meaning : rib of palm leaf
Tamil : īr, īrkku, īrkkil
Tamil meaning : rib of palm leaf
Malayalam : īrkkil, īkkil, īrkkal, īḷ
Malayalam meaning : stalk of coconut leaf, mid-rib of any palm leaf
Tulu : cīkuru (?)
Tulu meaning : (DCV) rib of palm leaf
Number in DED : 0544
Proto-South Dravidian : *īr-
Meaning : subtle, minute
Tamil : īr
Tamil meaning : minuteness
Tamil derivates : īrmai subtlety, minuteness
Number in DED : 0545
Proto-South Dravidian : *īr-
Meaning : liver
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : īral, īruḷ
Tamil meaning : internal organ of the body, as liver or spleen
Malayalam : īral
Malayalam meaning : liver
Kannada : hīri
Kannada meaning : (Ziegler) liver
Proto-Nilgiri : *īruv
Miscellaneous : IRU īralu, īrvo liver; ALKU (one dial.) īruvu liver
Number in DED : 0546
Proto-South Dravidian : *īr-
Meaning : moist, wet
Tamil : īr
Tamil meaning : moisture, wetness, freshness, greenness
Tamil derivates : īram wet, moisture, humidity, freshness, greenness, coolness; īrali (-pp-, -tt-) to become moist, damp; īri (-pp-, -tt-) to become wet, moist, damp, cool, be benumbed by cold or disease; īrippu dampness, moisture; īriya damp, wet, cold
Malayalam : īram
Malayalam meaning : moisture, dirt
Malayalam derivates : īrikka to grow damp; īrppam dampness; īrmam, īrman damp cloth; īr_am moisture, dirt, wet cloth; īr_an wet cloth
Kannada : īra
Kannada meaning : moisture, dampness, wetness
Proto-Nilgiri : *īr-
Notes : B & E join this with *nīr- 'water'.
Number in DED : 3690
Proto-South Dravidian : *īsal-
Meaning : winged white ants
Tamil : īcal, īyal
Tamil meaning : winged white ants
Malayalam : īyal
Malayalam meaning : winged termites
Malayalam derivates : īyāmpār_r_a moth, winged termite, grasshopper
Kannada : īcal
Kannada meaning : the white ant when winged
Number in DED : 0536
Proto-South Dravidian : *ī̆ẓ-
Meaning : to pull
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : iẓu (-pp-, -tt-)
Tamil meaning : to draw, pull, drag along the ground, attract (as a magnet), wheedle, draw out, stretch, draw into (as a whirlpool), engulf, absorb; have convulsions
Tamil derivates : iẓuppu, iẓuval, iẓuvai drawing, pulling; ici (-pp-, -tt-) to contract (as the muscles in spasm), ache (as the muscles from overexertion); pull, draw, drag; icippu pull, strain, spasm, convulsion; icivu spasm, convulsion, labour pains; icuppu sweeping away (as a flood)
Malayalam : iẓukka
Malayalam meaning : to draw, take off clothes
Malayalam derivates : iẓekka to drag, pull; iẓappu propelling force of a current, etc.; īẓkkuka to drag, put off clothes
Kannada : iẓ, īẓ, eẓe
Kannada meaning : to pull, drag, attract, take away by force, etc.; n. pulling, attracting, etc.
Kannada derivates : īḍu, eẓa, eẓavu pulling, dragging, etc.; eẓata pulling; eẓasu, eẓisu to cause to drag; (PBh.) iẓkuḷi attraction; i. goḷ to attract, captivate
Kodagu : ɨ̄ḷ- (ɨ̄p-, ɨ̄t-)
Kodagu meaning : to drag
Tulu : igguni
Tulu meaning : to draw, pull
Proto-Nilgiri : *iṛǝ-
Number in DED : 0504
Proto-South Dravidian : *īẓ-
Meaning : Ceylon
Tamil : īẓam
Tamil meaning : Ceylon
Malayalam : īẓam
Malayalam meaning : Ceylon
Notes : (? < Skt. siṃhala-, Pkt. sīhala-).
Number in DED : 0550
Proto-South Dravidian : *[j]al-
Meaning : night, darkness
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : al
Tamil meaning : night, darkness, evening
Tamil derivates : alku night, afternoon; alkal night; el, elli id.; (lex.) yālam id.
Malayalam : al, allu
Malayalam meaning : darkness, night
Number in DED : 0235
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