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Proto-South Dravidian : *uḷ-uk- (*cuḷ-uk-) ??
Meaning : to be sprained
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : uḷukku (uḷukki-)
Tamil meaning : to be sprained, dislocated; n. sprain, dislocation
Tamil derivates : cuḷukku (cuḷukki-) to be sprained, dislocated; ? uḷai (-v-, -nt-) to ache or suffer pain in the limbs as from weariness, cold, rheumatism, suffer griping pain as with dysentery, suffer in mind, perish; (-pp-, -tt-) to afflict, torment, make sorrowful, dislike; uḷaivu, uḷaippu griping pain, intense pain
Malayalam : uḷukkal, uḷukku, uḷukkam
Malayalam meaning : a sprain
Malayalam derivates : uḷukkuka to be dislocated; cuḷukku sprain, wrench, cramp; cuḷuŋŋuka to be distorted, shrink, wrinkle; cuḷukkuka to distort, wrench; uḷayuka to suffer a dragging pain
Kannada : ulaku
Kannada meaning : to be sprained
Kannada derivates : ulaku, iluku cramp, sprain; uluku, ulku, uḷuku, uḷku a sprain
Tulu : uḷku, ulku
Tulu meaning : a sprain or cramp
Tulu derivates : uḷkuni to be sprained or cramped
Proto-Nilgiri : *cik-
Number in DED : 2702

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