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Proto-South Dravidian : *duḍ-
Meaning : to tremble, throb
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : tuṭi (-pp-, -tt-)
Tamil meaning : to quiver, tremble, throb, palpitate, be in great flurry or agitation, be eager, suffer acutely (hunger), be rude, mischievous, roguish, be fidgety, giddy, glitter; n. quivering, trepidation, speed, quickness, acuteness of intellect, cleverness, industry, superiority, strength
Tamil derivates : tuṭituṭi (-pp-, -tt-) to be in a great flurry, fret and fume; tuṭippu flurry, diligence, trembling, palpitation, pride, arrogance, anger, whirl (as of a whip); tuṭiyan_ man of irritable temper, wicked mischievous person; tuṭukku insolence, surliness, wickedness, mischief, quickness, expedition, activity
Malayalam : tuṭikka
Malayalam meaning : to throb, quiver, splash violently
Kannada : duḍi
Kannada meaning : to throb and pain as a boil
Kannada derivates : duḍita throbbing (of boil); duḍuku to act rashly, without deliberation, impudently, violently, profligately or wickedly; n. rashness, insolence
Tulu : duḍuku, duḍukutana
Tulu meaning : hurry, rashness, violence, injustice, pride
Tulu derivates : duḍukuni to be rash or hasty, be violent, haughty; duṇipuni to struggle, strive, flutter, flap the wings in agitation as a bird, bustle, be in a hurry; duṇipelụ struggling, striving, fluttering, bustling; duṇipele bustler, busybody
Number in DED : 3294

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