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Proto-South Dravidian : *bIdar_- (*v-)
Meaning : to be agitated; to fear
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Kannada : bidar_, bedar_(u)
Kannada meaning : to be agitated, confounded, bewildered, alarmed or frightened, take fright, fear
Kannada derivates : bedar_(u) agitation, alarm, fright, fear; scarecrow; bedar_ane, bedar_ike fright, alarm; bedar_isu to alarm, frighten; bedar_isuvike frightening; bedarke agitation, alarm, fright; hedar_u to be alarmed; (Hav.) hedaru, (Gowda) hedɨrɨ, (Bark.) hɛdɨrɨ, (Nanj.) edru to fear; (Hal.) hɛdǝru id.; hɛdǝrike fear
Tulu : bedarụ, bedarikè
Tulu meaning : start, fright, fear, alarm
Tulu derivates : bedaruni to be alarmed
Number in DED : 4401

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