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Proto-Telugu : *ūn(ḍ)-
Meaning : to serve as a support, support oneself, stand or be firm; bear, suffer
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Telugu : ūnu
Telugu (Krishnamurti) : ū̃ḍu "to be planted, fixed"
Additional forms : Also ūncu to fix firmly; ūṭa strength; [1] ū̃ta, [2] ū̃tamu prop, support; ū̃du to hold, rest or lean upon, support oneself on, place, rest, press, (K also) plant; ūḍucu to transplant; (K) ū̃ṭu to pierce; n. piercing; (VPK) ūca the supporting stalk out of which grow ears of corn, cholam, etc.; the iron stalk of the sickle, etc., which is fitted into the wooden handle
Number in DED : 763

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