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Proto-South Dravidian : *kā[v]-
Meaning : pole, carrying yoke
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil :
Tamil meaning : pole with ropes hung on each end, used to carry loads on the shoulder; lever or beam for a well-sweep, lever of a steelyard
Tamil derivates : kāvaṭi pole used for carrying burdens; kāvu (kāvi-) to carry on the shoulder (as a palnquin, a pole with weight at each end), bear anything heavy on the arms or on the head; kāvuvōr palanquin-bearers
Malayalam : kāvu, kāvaṭi
Malayalam meaning : split bamboo with ropes suspended from each end for carrying burdens
Malayalam derivates : kāvuka, kāvikka to carry on a pole
Kannada : kāgaḍi, kāvaḍi
Kannada meaning : bamboo lath or pole provided with slings at each end for the conveyance of pitchers, etc.
Tulu : kāvaḍi
Tulu meaning : split bamboo with ropes suspended from each end for carrying burdens across the shoulders
Number in DED : 1417
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