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Proto-South Dravidian : *uẓ-
Meaning : to plough
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : uẓu (-v-, -t-)
Tamil meaning : to plough, dig up, root up (as pigs), scratch, incise (as bees in a flower)
Tamil derivates : uẓavan_, uẓavōn_, uẓāan_ ploughman, agriculturalist; fem. uẓatti; uẓavu ploughing, agriculture; uẓāl ploughing, scratching, or probing (as bees the flowers); uẓunar ploughmen; uẓakku (uẓakki-) to plough; tun_n_u (tun_n_i-) id. (< Te.)
Malayalam : uẓuka, uẓukuka, uẓutuka
Malayalam meaning : to plough
Malayalam derivates : uẓavu, uẓama tillage; uẓavan ploughman, farmer
Kannada : uẓ (uẓt-, utt-)
Kannada meaning : to plough
Kannada derivates : uẓasu, uẓisu, uẓusu to cause to plough; uẓata, uẓuta, uẓame, uẓime, uẓume, uẓal, uẓuvike, uẓike, uẓuke, uẓke, ukke ploughing
Kodagu : ūḷ- (upp-, utt-)
Kodagu meaning : to plough
Tulu : ūḍuni, hūḍuni
Tulu meaning : to plough
Tulu derivates : dappuni, aḍapuni (Brahman dialect adeppuni, adappuni; L. V. Ramaswami Aiyar, BSOS 6) to plough; ura, dappu ploughing; uralụ, oralụ, oraḷụ a ploughman's or herdsman's song
Proto-Nilgiri : *uṛ-ǝp-
Number in DED : 0688

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