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Proto-South Dravidian : *ḍō(ŋ)g-
Meaning : hole, to bore
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : ṭoŋku
Tamil meaning : hole or hollow in a tree or wall
Malayalam : tōkkuka
Malayalam meaning : to bore a hole into vessel or fruit containing a liquid
Kannada : ḍoge, doge
Kannada meaning : to make a hole (with the hand, a crow, the nails or claws)
Kannada derivates : ḍogar_u, ḍōr_u, dogar_u, dōr_u hollow, hole in a wall, in a tree, in the ground; dōkari instrument for grubbing up grass
Tulu : dōguni
Tulu meaning : to grub up grass
Number in DED : 2990

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