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Proto-South Dravidian : *adir-
Meaning : to shake
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : atir (-v-, -nt-)
Tamil meaning : to shake, quake, tremble (as by an earthquake, the fall of a tree, the rolling of chariots), be startled, alarmed, resound (as thunder), reverberate, sound (as a drum), roar (as beasts)
Tamil derivates : (-pp-, -tt-) to alarm by shouting, intimidate, rebuke, thunder, roar (as the sea); atircci quaking, shaking, trembling, loud noise or report, roaring; atirppu trembling, echo; atirvu shaking, trembling, tremolo
Malayalam : atiruka
Malayalam meaning : to fear, tremble
Kannada : adir, adaru, aduru, adru
Kannada meaning : to tremble, shake, shiver, fear; n. trembling, tremor
Kannada derivates : adirpu trembling, fear; adalu = adir vb.; adarisu, adalisu to make tremble, shake
Tulu : adụruni, adaruni, aduruni
Tulu meaning : to tremble, quake
Tulu derivates : adụrāvuni to shake, agitate; adụrāṭa shaking, trembling; adụrụpadụrụ shaking and trembling; adarpuni to cause to tremble, admonish, rebuke
Notes : For Kan. adal- cf. *adaḷ-.
Number in DED : 0137

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