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Kolami-Gadba etymology :

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Proto-Kolami-Gadba : *ok-
Meaning : one
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Kolami : okkon "one man"
Naikri : okko(n) "one man"
Naiki : okko, okkod
Parji : okur "one man"
Ollari Gadba : ukur "one man"
Salur Gadba : ukkur "one man"
Additional forms : Also Kolami okkod one woman or thing; ok siḍ one day; Naikri okkod one woman or thing; ok śir one day; ok maṭ once; Naiki okoḍa once; Parji okal one woman; okut, okti one thing; ok one (adj.); Ollari ukuṭ, okuṭ one woman or thing; Salur okal one woman; ukuṭ one thing
Number in DED : 990

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