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Kolami-Gadba etymology :

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Proto-Kolami-Gadba : *ir-
Meaning : two
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Kolami : indiŋ "two things"
Naikri : indiŋg "two things"
Naiki : ernḍi "two things"
Parji : irḍu "two things"
Ollari Gadba : inḍi "two things"
Salur Gadba : iḍḍig "two (neut.)"
Poya Gadba : iḍḍig "two (neut.)"
Additional forms : Also Kolami iddar two men; īral two women; in nal two days; (P) irve twenty; Naikri iddar two men; iraḷ two women; eṛ in balg-eṛ two seers; Naiki iroṭel, iroṭer two men; ira two women; ir nān two days; ernḍik two years; ernḍiḍa twice; Parji irul two men; iral two women; adj. ir; iroṭ twice; Ollari irul two men; iral two women; adj. ir
Notes : The inflected forms are as follows: *ir-nḍi (neut., sometimes used with the plural ending - *irnḍiŋ); *ir-oṭel (masc.), *ir-aḷ (fem.).
Number in DED : 474

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