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Proto-South Dravidian : *amai- ~ *amar-
Meaning : to be calm, settled
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : amar (-v-, -nt-)
Tamil meaning : to abide, remain, become tranquil, rest, be deposited (as a sediment), become close and hard (as sand by rain), be engaged (as a house), become established (as in a work)
Tamil derivates : amarttu (amartti-) to make quiet, restrain, engage (as a house, servant), establish (as one in life); amarvu abode; amarikkai quietness, tranquillity; amai (-v-, -nt-) become still, quiet, subside, be satisfied, acquiesce, be settled, fixed up, abide, remain; (-pp-, -tt-) cause to be still, patient, control; amaiti calmness, humility; amaivan_ a sage; amaivu rest
Malayalam : amaruka
Malayalam meaning : to subside, settle, be seated, rest on, be allayed, calmed, quiet
Malayalam derivates : amaral abating of wind or fire, peace; amarcca calmness, self-government; ameyuka to be subject, agree; amekka to subject, join, rule
Tulu : amaruni
Tulu meaning : to become quiet, calm; settle
Tulu derivates : amapuni to quiet; to press down
Number in DED : 0161
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