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Proto-South Dravidian : *ār_-
Meaning : cool, cold; to extinguish
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : ār_u (ār_i-)
Tamil meaning : to cool, grow cold, be appeased, alleviated, mitigated, be suppressed, heal (as a wound)
Tamil derivates : ār_r_u (ār_r_i-) to cool (tr.), assuage, appease, alleviate, mitigate, comfort, console, soothe, dry (tr., as the hair)
Malayalam : ār_uka
Malayalam meaning : to be extinguished, grow cool, be allayed, calmed, dry up (as land, washed hair, wounds), heal
Malayalam derivates : ār_r_uka to cool, allay, calm, dry (tr.)
Kannada : ār_, ār_u
Kannada meaning : to be extinguished, go out, grow cool, be calmed, allayed, appeased, dry, become dry, heal (as a wound)
Kannada derivates : ār_u state of going out, state of being dried, etc.; ār_isu to cause to go out, allay, dry (tr.); ar_ (art-) to be dried, dry up, disappear; ar_a, ar_u, ar_abu, ar_ubu, ar_avu drought, famine; ār_ike, ar_ike state of growing or being dry or parched
Kodagu : ār- (āri-)
Kodagu meaning : (stream, cloth) dries up
Kodagu derivates : āt- (āti-) to dry (tr.); ara- (arap-, arat-) (water) dries up, become emaciated
Tulu : āruni
Tulu meaning : to grow or be cool, grow or be dry
Tulu derivates : ājuni, ājiyuni to dry up, drain off (intr.); ājāvuni to dry (tr.), drain; ājiḍuni to expose clothes, etc., for drying; arapuni to cool (intr.), become calm; arapu, arapelụ cooling
Proto-Nilgiri : *ār_-
Number in DED : 0404
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