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Proto-South Dravidian : *kēḷ-
Meaning : to hear
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : kēḷ (kēṭp-, kēṭṭ-)
Tamil meaning : to hear, listen, learn, ask, inquire, question, investigate, require, request, be informed of, obey; be heard (as a call), reach (as a sound)
Tamil derivates : kēḷā to no purpose, vainly; kēḷvi, kēṭpu hearing, question, learning, sound, word, rumour, ear
Malayalam : kēḷkka
Malayalam meaning : to hear, perceive, listen to, obey, ask
Malayalam derivates : kēḷpikka to cause to hear; kēḷvi, kēḷi hearing, obeying, report
Kannada : kēḷ (kēḷd-), kēḷu (kēḷi-)
Kannada meaning : to hear, listen to, heed, ask, beg, demand
Kannada derivates : kēḷisu to cause to hear, cause to ask, cause oneself to be heard, cause to be heard, sound or play on, be heard, hear, sound; kēḷike, kēḷuvike, kēḷvike, kēḷuha hearing, hearsay, asking
Kodagu : kē̈ḷ- (kē̈p-, kē̈ṭ-)
Kodagu meaning : to hear, ask
Kodagu derivates : kē̈ṭa- (kē̈ṭaṇḍ-) to take from another (i. e. ask for and take); kē̈ḷi fame, renown (in songs)
Tulu : kēṇuni
Tulu meaning : to hear, be attentive to, obey, ask, inquire, request
Proto-Nilgiri : *kēḷ-
Number in DED : 2017

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