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Proto-South Dravidian : *Iḷ-ak-
Meaning : to shake
Tamil : iḷaku (iḷaki-)
Tamil meaning : to shake (intr.), agitate
Tamil derivates : iḷakku (iḷakki-) to shake (tr.)
Malayalam : iḷakuka
Malayalam meaning : to move, shake, fluctuate
Malayalam derivates : iḷakkuka to move (tr.), shake, stir, disturb, interrupt; stir (intr.); iḷakkikka to get into motion, set on (e. g. a dog); iḷakkam shaking, fluctuation, irresolution
Kannada : eḷadu, eḷidu
Kannada meaning : moving about, unsteadiness, fickleness
Kannada derivates : (Hav.) eḷagu to be excited
Kodagu : ëḷ- (ëḷi-)
Kodagu meaning : to leave one's position, leave abruptly, be removed from one's position
Kodagu derivates : ëḷak- (ëḷaki-) to make to leave a position, uproot, (god) possesses (man who devil-dances); ëḷaka uprooting from position, violent, shaking (as when possessed by a god)
Tulu : lakkuni
Tulu meaning : to rise, get up, depart, start
Tulu derivates : lakkāvuni to lift, raise, wake, rouse, steal
Proto-Nilgiri : *eḷ-ǝg-
Number in DED : 0509

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