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Proto-South Dravidian : *ūnr_-
Meaning : to be fixed, planted
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : ūn_r_u (ūn_r_i-)
Tamil meaning : to be fixed, strike root; fix, plant, set firmly in the ground (as a post), lean upon (as a staff, a person), support, press down, bear down with pressure, drive in (as a spear); n. prop, support
Tamil derivates : ūn_r_u-kōl, ūr_r_u-kkōl walking-stick; ūr_r_u staff, prop; ūr_r_am walking-stick, crutch, prop, stability, strength
Malayalam : ūnnuka
Malayalam meaning : to be fixed, rooted; lean, rest, rely upon
Malayalam derivates : ūnnal, ūnnu prop, stay; ūnnu-kōl staff, crutch; ūr_r_am strength; ūr_uka to sink into, penetrate
Kannada : ūr_u
Kannada meaning : to put in the ground, plant, set firmly (as flags, etc.), enter into (the earth, etc.), lean on; n. leaning on, etc.
Kannada derivates : ūr_u-gōlu walking-stick; ūḍu a support; ūta firmness, steady application of the mind
Kodagu : ūr- (ūri-)
Kodagu meaning : to thrust end of stick to ground while walking
Tulu : ūruni
Tulu meaning : to set firmly, plant in the ground as a seed or shrub, gain power
Tulu derivates : bēr-ūruni to be established firmly, take root; to grow; ūnduni to press down; ūdu prop; ūru-kōlu walking-stick; ūḍuni, ūḍāvuni to fix; ūṇṭuni to press; ūta weight, burden, staff
Proto-Nilgiri : *ūr_-ǝv-
Number in DED : 0763

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