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Proto-South Dravidian : *ī̆ẓ-
Meaning : to pull
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : iẓu (-pp-, -tt-)
Tamil meaning : to draw, pull, drag along the ground, attract (as a magnet), wheedle, draw out, stretch, draw into (as a whirlpool), engulf, absorb; have convulsions
Tamil derivates : iẓuppu, iẓuval, iẓuvai drawing, pulling; ici (-pp-, -tt-) to contract (as the muscles in spasm), ache (as the muscles from overexertion); pull, draw, drag; icippu pull, strain, spasm, convulsion; icivu spasm, convulsion, labour pains; icuppu sweeping away (as a flood)
Malayalam : iẓukka
Malayalam meaning : to draw, take off clothes
Malayalam derivates : iẓekka to drag, pull; iẓappu propelling force of a current, etc.; īẓkkuka to drag, put off clothes
Kannada : iẓ, īẓ, eẓe
Kannada meaning : to pull, drag, attract, take away by force, etc.; n. pulling, attracting, etc.
Kannada derivates : īḍu, eẓa, eẓavu pulling, dragging, etc.; eẓata pulling; eẓasu, eẓisu to cause to drag; (PBh.) iẓkuḷi attraction; i. goḷ to attract, captivate
Kodagu : ɨ̄ḷ- (ɨ̄p-, ɨ̄t-)
Kodagu meaning : to drag
Tulu : igguni
Tulu meaning : to draw, pull
Proto-Nilgiri : *iṛǝ-
Number in DED : 0504

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