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North Dravidian etymology :

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Proto-North-Dravidian : *aṛ-
Meaning : to cover; to hinder
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Kurukh : aḍnā "to furnish (a drum) with skin, cover it with leather, (birds or bees) construct a nest or honeycomb, stop stubbornly where one is (a naughty child, intrepid combatants, etc.)"
Malto : aṛare "to be hindered"
Notes : The epenthetic vowel in Malto seems to point to an original *-ṛ- (since the inlaut cluster ḍr is not prohibited in Malto).
Additional forms : Also MLT aṛatre to hinder
Number in DED : 83

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