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South Dravidian etymology :

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Proto-South Dravidian :
Kannada : jum, juṃy, juma, jumu, jummu
Kannada meaning : imit. sound used in the sensation of coldness or chill, of the taking effect of poison, of horripilation, of the pain of a wound
Kannada derivates : (also jommu, jōmu; cf. DED 2882) of the numbness of a limb kept long in one position; juvvu a sound to express the sensation of fatigue and pain in the feet after walking
Proto-Nilgiri : *ǯiv
Number in DED : 2578

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