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Proto-South Dravidian : *ēl_-
Meaning : to happen; to accept
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : ēl (ēr_p-, ēr_r_-; ēlv-, ēn_r_-)
Tamil meaning : to happen, occur, be suitable, convenient, just; to receive, welcome, admit, consent, beg, undertake, engage in
Tamil derivates : ēl suitability, appropriateness, fitness; ēr_pu id., acceptance, reception; ēr_pōn_ beggar; ēr_r_atu that which is fit, proper; (Asher-Radhakrishnan) ēr_r_am acceptance; ēr_paṭu to come into existence, be produced, be engaged in, agree, consent; ēr_paṭuttu to create, establish, persuade, prepare, arrange, appoint; ēr_pāṭu arrangement, rule, appointment to an office
Malayalam : ēl
Malayalam meaning : possibility, reach; preparation, responsibility
Malayalam derivates : ēluka to suit, fit; ēlkka to receive, take in charge, admit, confess; ēlpeṭuka to engage in, be responsible for; vb. n. ēlpāṭu; ēlpeṭukka, ēlpeṭuttuka, ēlpikka to entrust with; ēr_r_a admitted, agreed, undertaken
Kannada : ēr_
Kannada meaning : to become, be fit, be suitable, be possible, be able; n. state of being fit, etc.
Kannada derivates : ērpaḍu to be arranged, be ready to act; ērpaḍisu to arrange, set in order; ērpāḍu, ērpāṭu decision, arrangement
Tulu : ēpuni
Tulu meaning : to catch (as a ball), take, lift, or toss up a child in the arms
Proto-Nilgiri : *ēl-
Number in DED : 0905

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