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Proto-South Dravidian : *aŋal-
Meaning : to grieve, lament
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : aŋkalāy (-pp-, -tt-)
Tamil meaning : to lament, grieve, sorrow, be envious, covet
Tamil derivates : aŋkalāyppu disquiet, mental worry
Malayalam : aŋkalāykka
Malayalam meaning : to lament, grieve
Malayalam derivates : aŋkalāppu anxiety, worry, disquiet
Kannada : aŋgal
Kannada meaning : to grieve, be afflicted
Kannada derivates : aŋgalārcu, aŋgalācu to cry from grief, grieve, sorrow; aŋgalāpu lamentation, grief
Tulu : aŋgalappu, aŋgalāpa
Tulu meaning : covetousness
Tulu derivates : aŋgụ greed; aŋgiḍpini to be greedy, covetous; aŋgipuni to wish, be greedy of; aŋgele a greedy person, glutton; aŋŋaṇyuni to be greedy of, covet
Proto-Nilgiri : *aŋǝl-
Notes : Some of the Tulu forms may look as if they are preserving a monosyllabic form of the root. However, external parallels (Telugu, Kurukh) also show a bisyllabic form, which means that in Tulu some of the forms without -l- may have dropped it secondarily (aŋgipuni < *aŋal-puni) while others, like aŋgụ, represent back formations from aŋgipuni, etc.
Number in DED : 0031

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