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Proto-South Dravidian : *Toj- (*-s-)
Meaning : weak, weary
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : toy (-v-, -nt-)
Tamil meaning : to languish, pine, grow weak, be weary, fatigued, fail in energy, droop, faint, flag, become slack, be loose, supple, yielding, bend through weakness or want of support
Tamil derivates : toyyal fainting, languishing, despondency, afflication; toyvu laxity, looseness as of a rope, faintness; tuyaŋku (tuyaŋki-) to be exhausted, faint; tuyakku (tuyakki-) to slacken, relax; n. fatigue, loss of strength or courage, misconception, confusion, sorrow, distraction; tuyakkam fatigue, loss of strength or courage; tuyavu mental distraction, perturbation; tuyar (-v-, -nt-) to grieve, sorrow, lament; n. affliction, grief, sorrow; tuyaraṭi fatigue, fainting, drooping, grief; tuyaram sorrow, grief, calamity, trouble, pity
Malayalam : tuyaram, tuyar
Malayalam meaning : calamity, grief, pity
Malayalam derivates : tuyaruka to grieve; tuyarkka to afflict
Number in DED : 3513
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