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Proto-South Dravidian : *ār-
Meaning : to shout
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : ār (-pp-, -tt-)
Tamil meaning : to shout, roar, bellow; slander, vilify
Tamil derivates : ārppu loud, tumultuous noise, laughter, joy; āravāram loud noise, shouting, roaring, bustle; āravāri (-pp-, -tt-) to roar, shout; āri (-pp-, -tt-) to sound; ārppāṭam uproar, loud, cry, boisterous behaviour; arar_r_u (arar_r_i-) to lament, cry, bewail, shout with excitement, sound; n. lamentation; arar_r_al twang of the string of a lute
Malayalam : ārkkuka (ārttu)
Malayalam meaning : to cry aloud, roar, shout
Malayalam derivates : ārppikka to make to shout; ārppu shout, noise, cry, roaring; āravāram clamorous multitude
Kannada : ār (ārd-), ārcu, ācu
Kannada meaning : to cry aloud
Kannada derivates : āraḍi publicity, report, infamy, scandal; āravāra a great outcry, bawling; ārbu, ārpu, ārubu, āruha, ārbaṭa, ārbāṭa crying aloud, etc.; ārbaṭisu, arbisu to cry aloud, roar; arbu crying; abbara, abbaraṇe a loud cry, noise, sound; abbarisu to cry aloud, whoop, bark, howl
Kodagu : ara- (arap-, arand-)
Kodagu meaning : to make loud hoarse noise, moo
Tulu : ārkuni
Tulu meaning : to cry out, shout
Tulu derivates : ārbaṭa, arbhaṭa, ārbhaṭe fearful noise, uproar, a joyful cry, triumph; arabāyi, arabai violent clamour, crying aloud, lamentation; araṭuni to make a grating noise, interrupt, blab; ara-giṇi a talking parrot; abbara, abbaraṇè sound, noise, cry
Proto-Nilgiri : *ār-
Number in DED : 0367
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