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Proto-South Dravidian : *aḍai- ~ *aḍaŋ-
Meaning : to submit; to hide
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : aṭaŋku (aṭaŋki-)
Tamil meaning : to submit, be subdued, be compressed, cease, disappear, be comprised, settle, subside, sleep
Tamil derivates : aṭakku (aṭakki-) to control, repress, hide, conceal, bury; aṭakkam submission, patience, repose, etc.
Malayalam : aṭaŋŋuka
Malayalam meaning : to be pressed down, enclosed, contained, submit, yield, be allayed, calmed
Malayalam derivates : aṭakkuka to press down, subdue, swallow, allay, quiet; aṭakkam being contained; all, whole; self-control, modesty, secrecy
Kannada : aḍaŋgu, aḍagu
Kannada meaning : to hide, be concealed, disappear, cease, be quenched, be appeased, be humbled, crouch, be contained in
Kannada derivates : aḍaku to press, press into narrower compass, pack, subdue, control; aḍacu to press down, pack, stuff in, be humble, silence, shut as the mouth; aḍaka pressing into narrow compass, contracting, shrinking, hiding oneself, hiding place, being comprehended or contained in, abridgement; akku to subdue, bring under control; tāguḍi an ambush, lurking or hiding place
Kodagu : aḍak- (aḍaki-)
Kodagu meaning : to hold in closed hands
Kodagu derivates : aḍaka act of bringing within a compass, thriftiness, restrictions at festivals
Tulu : aḍēvuni, aḍēyuni
Tulu meaning : to be concealed, hide
Tulu derivates : deŋguni to be hidden, concealed, lie in ambush; (B-K.) aḍeŋgụ, ḍeŋgụ to hide; aḍeka small, narrow
Proto-Nilgiri : *aḍǝ-
Notes : The more archaic version of the stem, without the velar nasal suffix, is seen in Tulu aḍē-vuni.
Number in DED : 0063

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