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Proto-South Dravidian : *čor_-i-
Meaning : to itch
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : cor_i (-v-, -nt-)
Tamil meaning : to itch, scratch in order to allay itching, crave meanly; n. itching, scab, herpes, climbing nettle
Tamil derivates : cor_iyan_ scabby person; cor_uṇṭu (cor_uṇṭi-) to scratch; cori (-v-, -nt-) to itch; n. itching; (Koll.) coraŋk itching; coraṇṭ- to scratch
Malayalam : cor_i
Malayalam meaning : itch, scab, and other eruptions, nettles
Malayalam derivates : cor_iyuka to itch, scratch, rub oneself; cor_ukuka to scratch gently; (Tiyya) cor_iccilu itching
Kannada : tur_i
Kannada meaning : itching, the itch, scratching, an itching desire, lust
Kannada derivates : tur_ike itching, stinging, scratching; tur_ike giḍa the Neilgherry nettle, Urtica heterophylla; tur_ita, tur_u itching; tur_isu to scratch what itches, scratch; cur_aci, cur_uci, tur_aci, tur_ice, tur_uci, tur_uce Mucuna pruriens; (Hav.) torikke itch; torsu to itch
Tulu : tojji
Tulu meaning : itching
Proto-Nilgiri : *tor_ĭ-
Miscellaneous : KOR (M) coji, (O) cojji, (T) cogi to itch
Number in DED : 2865

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