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Proto-South Dravidian : *vēǯār_-
Meaning : sorrow; weariness
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : vēcā̆ṭai
Tamil meaning : sorrow
Tamil derivates : vēcaram, vēcar_avu, vēcar_ikkai sorrow, weariness, fatigue; vēcar_u (vēcar_uv-, vēcar_r_-) to be weary, fatigued, be vexed, distressed; vēcāṭal mental agitation; vēcār_u (vēcār_i-) to be weary, fatigued, be vexed, distressed; be consoled, rest; n. weariness, etc.; vēcār_al weariness, sorrow; becoming consoled or pacified, rest
Malayalam : vēcār_u
Malayalam meaning : (Tiyya) anxiety
Kannada : bējāru
Kannada meaning : weariness (from fatigue, pain, vexation), annoyance
Kannada derivates : bēsar_(u) (bēsatt-) to grow weary or fatigued, get tired of, be disgusted, be vexed; n. weariness, fatigue, disgust, vexation, dispiritedness; bēsar_a, bēsar_ake, bēsar_ike weariness, etc.; bēsar_isu to cause to be weary
Kodagu : bējāra
Kodagu meaning : sorrow
Tulu : bē̆jārụ
Tulu meaning : weariness, fatigue, disgust, offence, vexation, annoyance
Tulu derivates : bē̆sarụ fatigue, weariness, vexation, disgust; fatigued, weary; bēsarụ āpini to get tired, be weary
Miscellaneous : KOR (T) bisirige homesickness
Notes : Some forms, as pointed out by B&E, may be borrowed from Hindi bē-zār.
Number in DED : 5524

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