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Proto-South Dravidian : *mun-i-
Meaning : angry; to dislike
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : mun_i (-v-, -nt-)
Tamil meaning : to dislike, be angry with
Tamil derivates : mun_inan_ one who dislikes or hates; mun_ivu anger, wrath, dislike, aversion, fatigue, suffering, endeavour; mun_ai (-v-, -nt-) to fight, be zealous, be deeply engaged, be angry with, dislike; (-pp-, -tt-) to attack, busy oneself with, be overweight; n. battle, fight, war, battlefield, enemy country, hatred, dislike, aversion, austerity, boldness, audacity; mun_aivu aversion, dislike, anger, wrath; muṇai (-v-, -nt-) to dislike, feel aversion to; n. aversion; muṇavu (muṇavi-) to dislike, feel aversion to, be angry; muṇaval anger
Malayalam : muniyuka
Malayalam meaning : to abhor (the world), be entranced, look sullen
Malayalam derivates : muni excited
Kannada : muni
Kannada meaning : to become angry or wrathful, manifest anger, be displeased; n. that becomes angry, anger
Kannada derivates : munipu, munisu anger, wrath, passion, rage, enmity; munisugār_a a passionate man; muniyisu to cause to become angry, irritate; mone affray, fight, battle; monegār_a a bold, courageous man
Tulu : munipu
Tulu meaning : anger, hatred
Tulu derivates : muniyuni to be in a passion, hate; munipuni to detest, hate; muŋguḍuni to be angry
Number in DED : 5021

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