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TELUGU-ENGLISH DICTIONARY, 

WITH THE 

TELUGU WORDS PRINTED IN THE ROMAN, 

AS WELL AS 

IN THE TELUGU CHARACTER: 

INTENDED 

For tlie use of European Olfioers, Soldiers and others employed in the several Executive ; 
Departments under the Government of Madras. 

BY 

THE REV- P- PERCIVAL, 

PROFESSOR OF VERNACULAR LITERATURE. 



PREPARED BY ORDER OP 

HIS EXCELLENCY SIR CHARLES TREVELYAN, 

LATE GOVERNOR OF MADRAS, 

MADRAS: 

PUBLIC INSTRUCTION PRESS. 

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ANGLO-TELUGU ALPHABET 



Letters. 



Jf the 56 letters of the Telugu alphabet, 51 are used in this Dictionary, 
and they may be represented in the Roman character as follows: 

Vowels. 



ss 


a,, as in delta- 


mn> ri, as in ream. 


€5 


6, as in father. 


<a 


e, as e in mendicant. 


si 


i, as in pin. 


a 


e, as e in grey. 


& 


i, as in pique. 


S3 


ai,asaiinaisle 


& 


u,5 as oo in good. 


Z> 


o 5 as oin police 


&> 


u, as oo in food. 


5. 


6, as o in story. 


£XXJ 


ri, as in rill. 


^ 


an, as ou in foul 



Anuswara m or n. 



Yisarga-h. 



Consonants. 



Gutturals. 
§* k, as k in king. 

sp kh, aspirate of the preceding as kh in pack-horse, 

X g, as g in garden. 

3» gh, aspirate of the preceding as gh in gig-horse. 

a n, as ng in angle. 

El 

sfr» h, as h in hunger, 



2 

Palatals, 
tf ch, as ch in church or ts, as in beats. 
^ chh, the aspirate of the first tf as in coach-horse. 
83 j, as j in jelly or dz, as in torridzone. 
Sep jhj the aspirate of the first a j. 
sy- fi, as gn in mignon or ni, in onion. 
$ s, as s in sure. 

csss y, as y in yellow. 

Cerebrals. 
to t, as t in trump. 

tf th, the aspirate of the preceding. 

£ d, as d in drum. 

# dh, the aspirate of the preceding. 
CT n, the cerebral n. 

tf r, as r in rule. 

«w) rr, as in worry. 

$ 1, the cerebral 1. 

&. sh, as in shop. 

Dentals, 
€ t, as t in taper. 

# th, the aspirate of the preceding, as th in sweet-heart. 
zs d, as in divine. 

# dh, as dh in adhere, 
$ n, as n infancy % 

3 s, as s in sin. 
o 1, as 1 in manly. 



Labials. 

s» p, as p in pen. 

$y ph, the aspirate of the preceding, as ph in philosophy, 

a b> as b in number. 

$ bh, as bh in abhor. 

ssb in, asm in demand. 

ss v, as v in marvel. 

The dismissed letters are the two Iris which are rarely met with 
in the language? the ef>Tr*so<S"vtf ardhanuswara which although a nasal 

is yet almost impreceptible and the second iS* and &, 



TELUGU-ENGLISH DICTIONARY 



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«o§b-Anku 



'cK-Ano-a 



« a, The first letter, of the Telugu 
Alphabet. Prefixed to nouns of 
Sanskrit derivation beginning 
with a consonant, it imphes nega- 
tion; thus *&&&> surudn, a brave 
man, e^r>«b^> asuruchi, a coward. 

e^oS'rosfoa ankanamu, s. The space 
between two beams, or pillars. 

eo^j&a aukamu, s. A mark or spot. 

2. A numeral figure 3. The inside 
Of the thigh. 

woS's&k ankanima, ) 
woT'f^ ankalamma, l 

The name of a village goddess. 

»o§e$"s5a> ankitamu, &c. adj. Mark 
ed ; numbered; paged. <y>c§^sSa> 
"^csco ankitamucheyu, v. a. To de- 
dicate a book. 

tsogotfsfco ankuramu, s. A germ, a 
sprout ; a bud- 

fc?oSb3'sS» ankusamu, s. An ele- 
phant hook ; the instrument by 
which the driver guides an ele 
phant, 



t5o"§ anke, s. A numeral figure, sign, 
or mark. 

^olss^o ankemu, s. A stirrup 2. Half 
of a bullock load, or whatis loa- 
ded on one side ofabullock. 

wo^ffT^ ankevanne, s. A stirrup. 

&oX anga, s. A long stride. 

^oKcBsko anganamu, s. A court 

or yard. 2. The open square, 

forming the centre of native 

dwellings. 

ef>oXftks5w ans;adattainu, s. Draw- 
ee ° 

ers, trowsers, such as are worn 
by Mussulman women, or Hindoo 
dancing-girls. 

e3cKs5>i angamu, s. The body. 2. A 
limb? or member of the body. 3. A 
part or branch. 

fc5oX"3cce> angamola, adj. Naked. 

<t?o?(tf-5"* angaraka, s. A short jacket, 
or vest ; such as is worn by Hin- 
doos connected with Europeans. 

e5oKer°ft9i\angalartsu, v.n. To grieve, 
to lament, to cry, to weep. 



eoKo-Angu 

&oK$ X^&xi angavastramu, s. A 
man's upper garment generally 
thrown over the shoulder, or 
respectfully tied round the waist. 

e>oir>tfs5a> angaramu, .9. Coal 2. 

Charcoal. 3. A live coal. 
t5>oft® angili, s. The uvula, wcftfe3 

i6x>€x> angitimullu, s. A disease in 

the throat, generally peculiar to 

children. 

wo ft, wo ft angi, angi, s. A long 
gown; a robe generally worn by 
Mussulmans or Hindoos connect 
ed with Mohammedan Govern- 
ments, wo ft «r*&>76r*js5 angitodu- 
gukonu, v. a. To put on a robe. 
woW^iSb angividutsu, v. a. To 
take off a robe. 

woft^oaSb angikarintsu, v. a. To 
consent, acquiesce, or accept a 
proposal. 2. To admit, 3. To ap- 
prove. 

woft-^tfsSw angikaramu, s. Con- 
sent, the acceptance of a proposal; 
admission, approval. 

wofcs\£s$» angikritamu, Adj. Ac- 
cepted, admitted. 

wcKo angu, adj. Agteeable; plea- 
sant; handsome. This word is al- 
so used as a substantive, when it 
denotes beauty, agreeableness, &c. 



wo^-Anche 






WoKo^j&m angulamu, 8. A finger ; a 

toe. 2. The thumb or great toe. 3. 
An inch. 

wo7&9 anguli, s. A finger or toe. 
2. The thumb or great toe. 
wo?fo§> eT\c3&» anguli tranamu, s. 
Apiece of leather or iron, often 
in the form of abroad ring, placed 
on the fingers of the right hand, 
to prevent their being cut by the 
bow-string, in discharging an 
arrow. 

«3> o7fo&,s63o angushthamu, s. The 
thumb,the great toe, 

woX^&'S&o anguruchettu, s. grape 
wine. 

wo^Fr* antsana, 5. An estimate, 
a valuation, an appraisement. tso 
•i5"7r°t5crt^b, wo-S'^'icc&o antsana- 
tsutsu, antsanaveyu, v.a. To form 
an estimate. 

woiS^^db^ antsanadarudu, 5. A 
person who estimates thequantity 
of corn in a field, orsalt in a 
heap, &c. 

wo^fo antsu, s. The or namented 
border of a cloth. 2. The edge, 
end, or selvage. 3. The -bladeof 
a sword. 

wo^ anche, s. A relay, or post; 
atdifferent stages. 



»ofeS-Anti 



esos£-Anta 



^>0 2j andza, s. The food of a man. 
2, The mark of a man's foot. 3. 
The measure of a foot. 

fc?o2srfs$Do anjanamu, s. The smoke of 
a lamp made into paint used by 
women and children to blacken 
the eyes. 2 Conjuration, e*c2stfir° 
&> anjanakadu, a conjuror. 

£5o8® anjali, s. The palms of the 
hands joined together in worship 
2. The palms. - 

tsosfoooo-ob andzayintsu, v. To delay 
to be in doubt ; to hesitate. 

tJo^S^csS^ew anjidoyalu, s. (used 
only in the plural.) A play with 
shells, peculiar to women and 
children. 

^cfeS^^ antichettu, s. The plan- 
tain or banana tree. 

ycto antu, vl To touch, to han- 
dle. 2. To be joined, to come in 
contact with, to stick 3. To infect, 
to be contagious. 4. To be attack- 
ed by insects, 5. To anoint, »o 
kos^^o antudzodu, s. Ear-rings 
that hang close to the ear, touch- 
ing it ec^oKfeo aniagattn, v. a. To 
fasten or join together; to tighten. 

^5ofc3oi5b antintsu, v. caus. To cause 
to touch. 2. To join, to paste, to 



glue, 3. To sting. 4. To light -or 
set on fire. 

£5o&» antu, s. Touching. 2. A graft- 
3. Imaginary uncleanness, or 
legal impurity. £jc&ow2& antu- 
badu, To have the menses, or any 
other impurity. *$ &»$>£k-i5b, ef>c&3 
ssj$bex> antuvidutsu, antuVaduh?, To 
become free from the menses, or 
from any other impurity, such as 
that arising from the death of 
a relative, &c. 

e> ^ anda, s. Proximity," vicinity, 
neighbourhood. 2. n. A butt- 
ress; a sloped wall built to support 
another. 

<if>o£fl*5M andamu s. An egg. 2. The 
testicle. <&o&?y>c&>$) anuava'yuvu, 
The disease arising from the 
swelling of the testicle. 

tso"3s&o an r] emu, s. That part of 
a sack in which goods are put, 
when placed on a bullock. 2. Half 
a bullock load. 

&c& anta, an indeclinable adjective 
and substantive pronoun. So, 
so many, such. thus. 2. That. «o 
eSltsg) antasepu, So long, eo^sfcoS 
antamandi, so many persons. «>o 
£3^1^ s$a> antaini.tramu, such a 



eo^-Anta 



fc$oab-Andu 



quantity, so much. t9o^s$b^Ȥb an- 
tamattuku, so far thus far, it is 
sometimes affixed to words, as &> 
&o£ duddanta, such as a copper 
piece i. e. the size or weight of a 
copper piece. <y>ce£er* antalo, with- 
in that ; in the mean time. e>o£ 
So"!:> antakante, Than that. &o$ 
go6o*oz$ti antakumundara, Beiore 
that. <y c^o^So antakantaku, By 
degrees. £5 0^7^ antaga, Much ; 
frequently, vide. tsoeT* anta. 

s$o$ko antata, The inflected abla- 
tive of t9oe£ anta, afterwards ; in 
the mean time. 

eo^sSw antamu, s. An end, 
consummation. 2. Death, destruc- 
tion. 3. The waist, adj. Beautiful. 

tsotftfTSfsfctf antaradamara, s. A 
water plant, without any root in 
the ground, floating upon the sur- 
face of lakes &c. 

c3o5£tfsfc» 'antaramu, s. The middle 
space ; interval. 2. Difference. 3. 
Bank. £?o^-cr»oS'tf;6*> antarantara- 

mu, difference, or distinction of 
rank. 

t5o£-o 3 f s6^antaralamu,s. The middle 

space ; interval. 
bo^'& nntastu, s. A story, or 

range i placed one above another; 



as the decks of a ship, the stories 
of a house. 

<&ow anta, s. Sometimes written. 
e5>o£ anta 5 The whole ; everything 
pro. Ali-adv. Completely, alto- 
gether, wholly, wo-^sstoa antavat- 
tu, In all parts. & otitic antata, 
Every where. « "3 ante, That is- 
all. t?o"i?r» antena", Is that all? 
&owz>$-Zn>Q anta oka sari» All at 
once. 

&c&) antu, s. The whole> total, or 
aggregate, adj. Total. 

t9oi£c;6M antyamu, &c. adj. Final; 
ultimate; last, concluding. 

sfotfsoS' andanuka, ado. Till that 
time, as far as that place. 

woaisfcw andamu s. Beauty ; as 
-tr»sSx)$o3$ocS36s> ramuniyanclamu, 
beauty of Rama. adj. Beautiful ; 
as -cr>s53o?i;&»4)sfcce556») ramunimu- 
khamandamu, llama's face is 
beautiful. ?3o&iv>&) andagadu, 

A handsome man. 
fcjoesfcso andarru, indef. pro. All men. 

*3o-nr>s anclaka, adv. Till that time, 

as far as that place. 
woe-oBS andiya, s. A silver or gold 

ornament, worn by women round 

the ankle. 

«3>o»» andu, adv. There, in the place. 



tsoSf-AiDSa 



e§o^ Akku 






tpoab andu, postpos. in. -v^£xZ>a£o&> 
ramuniyanda, in Rama. 

t5o«b andu, v. a. To reach. 2. To 
take hold of, to obtain. «o &>§"«& 
andu k on u, v> t. To reach, aoafe 
s»o£5b viyyamandu, p. a. To in- 
termarry. 

t5o$s$x> andhamn, cc//. Blind. 

fcj>os$"3a-°ej ampakola, .?. The shaft 
of an arrow. esos5?c&3 ampagarri, 
5. The feather of an arrow. 

t5o$ ampu, p. a. To cause to go; 
to send away, to delegate. 2. To 
forward; to dispatch. 

woo© ambali, s. A kind of pap, 
made from the grain called tj*H6 
eo rag ul u, 

«o-ertf<6x> ambaramu, .?. A heap, 

a magazine. 2. The Government 
share of the produce. 

tSQ-wb ambari, s. A Howdah. 

tsol^tf ambeda, ojcL Helpless; 
poor. 2. Unable to speak when 
necessity requires it. 

t9o^rtfs>s$x> ambharavamu, s. The 
lowing of cow. 

esoS" amsa, 5. A share, a part, a 
portion. 2. Good fortune or luck ; 
as ■sr»^ct6c'5 , '^^a vaniyamsa dO- 
ddadi, his good fortune is great. 



J esoS'sSaa amsamu, s. A share, a part, 
a portion. 
wg'feoa^fcJitfoa, wS^aS'fcasSw akata- 
vikatamu, akatavikatamu, ad/. In 
verted, topsyturvy, zr>&> ts^feoS) 
^60^)55^. &> ex> s^kr*^*?" ^ vadu 
akatavikatapumatalu matladutadu, 
He speaks invertedly ; he preva- 
ricates, or shuffles. 

tss'-^ro &o ir> akasmattuga, adv. By 
chance ; by accident ; suddenly. 

e^-s^^sSw akalamu, s. Improper time. 
adj. Untimely or out of season, 
as fc9-g-°e) sktfras&o, ef>"S^e; s&\&>c;g) 
akalamaranamu, akalamrityuvu, 
s. Untimely or premature death. 

m^i akka, s. An elder sister, 
tsSfr-^jgcgb akkachellendlu, sis- 
ters, including both elder and 
younger. 

eS'k-S akka da, acfo. There, in that 
place. 

&$)-.& akkarra, s. Necessity. 2. 
Want; need. 3. Occasion. ?r°&> 
tfjg'jj-w 6M naku akkara unna- 
di, 1 want. 

e^&jj.- akku, s. The breast ; tho 
bosom. *r«a t5gb^_ex> "^Sb^ex) Ao 
&tfs> vani akkulu chekkulu en- 
dinavi, lit. his breasts and cheeks 
are dried up. He is emaciated. 



y>Xs5-Agapa 



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w?^tf-Asra:uva 



«> ^ s&&x> akramamu, adj. Irre- 
gular, out of rank or order s. 
Irregularity. 

« 4)0 2f 55w akhandamu, a^/. Whole, 
entire, without interstice. 2. 
Undivided. 

«3Pe>s6M akhilamu, acj;. All, whole, 
entire. 

tsx^y&w agatsatlu, s. This word 
is used only in the plural, and 
denotes. A very distressed and 
helpless state, or situation. 2. Ca- 
lamity ; adversity. &K%r*bK&3 

a^atsatlabadu v. a. To suffer 
great distress ; to fall into ad- 
verse circumstances. 

eXdb agadu, s. An accusation. 
eiX'e&^fes-db agaduparratsu, v. a. 
To prefer an accusation. 

^K & agadta, s. Aditch, or trench; 
a moat. 

eK^csSw agalyamu, s» Necessity. 
»X^tfaoTr» agatyamuga, Necessa- 
rily, positively, g^db z3K&q&x>iv> 
*u»ss'B«Jo miru agatyamuga ravale- 
nu, You must positively come. 

^X££o agapadu, v. n. To appear; 
to seem. 2. To be found, exss 
fc£»o5c> agaparrutsn, w. a. To point 
out, to shew. 



«*& agaru, s. A red sort of sandal 
wood. 

»X^S, ^X>*3o3n>^b agasali, aga- 
salevadu, s. A goldsmith. 

&tv>& agadi, 6-. The van, or front 
of an army. 2. The ropes tying 
the fore feet of a horse. 

&-k*$<6x> ag^dhamu, adj. Deep, 
unfathomable. 2. Abstruse. 

e?7^o$ agavu, s. An advance of 
money. 

«5\"*>^g> agisechettu, s. The lin 
plant, e^^'^^'s agisenune, 5. 
Linseed-oil. e$A7>S3n»tf agisekura 
The leaves of the Lin plant, which 
the Hindoos curry. 

ejr^tfsfo) agocharamu, adj. In- 
comprehensible, imperceptible. 

e^K ss^b aggapadu, e>. n. To be seized, 

or taken. 
£5'Xs5co aggamu, at/;. Possible, sja 

*>-*&§ iiKsSw idi vaniki aggamu, 

lit. This is possible to him, he 
can do this. 

«ft aggi, 5. Fire. tsA &fc<x, e^ 
o DO . o o 

-cr>§b aggidagulu, aggidaku, To be 

kindled by fire ; to be fatigued. 

wKbtf agguva, adj. Cheap, of small 
o 

value, easy to be had. s«?E-sfce» 



e^-Atstsa 

£)ds$c*5s> SJoi^-D eKoSf7r° essS^-e^tf) 

vartakulu biyyamu mikkili aggu- 
vaga ammutaru? The merchants 
sell rice very cheap. &fo£-7v>&cs&> 
agguvagatiyu, To buy at a cheap 
fate. 
t55\v agni, 5. Fire. wft^&ftSoofc 

agnitagilintsu, To kindle. 
t5,K.s5» agramu, s. The fore part; 
the front. 2. A peak ; end. 3. The 
beginning. 

«».K.j6c» agramu, adj. First. 2- 
Chief, excellent, eminent, princi- 
pal. 

€f>XKr3es5>3 agraganyamu, adj. Esti- 
mable ; conspicuous, command- 
ing. 

e5>"^>j^^^w aghoramu, adj. Horrid, 
frightful, dreadful. s3lpn>do& a- 
ghorintsu, v. n. To grieve, to 

lament. 2. To be in alarm or agi- 
tation. 

«>-S)os£gsSx> achintyamu, adj. Beyond' 
inquiry ; incomprehensible, s. 
The number formed by a unit, 
followed by thirty one cyphers, 
or other figures. 

v^titftin achetanamu, adj. Inani- 
mate, stupid, insensible. 
*5^ atstsa, adj. Pure, real, unmixed. 

t5-s^"§£x>7fo atstsatelugu, s. n. pure 

Telugu. 



^•^N.Atstso 

e-£\ tf-7r>esS atstsanagaya, s. A round 
ball> made of clay, tamarind 
stones, &c. used as a toy by chil- 
dren. 

£f>^r°vtf£x» achcharamu, s. Money 

given to make a bargain firm ; 
earnest money. 
fcj-i&K atstsu, v. To be indebted ; 
as £>&> ~f>& wa\75-*F° nikuneno- 
achchinana, am I indebted to 
you ? 2. To suffer loss ; as ^r^j 

o&s&wj jfcp»fcgoss-tr»e>sy\-sr»s6 agrama- 
mukai niirrnvaralachchinanu, I. 
suffered a loss of 100 Pagodas, 
on account of that village. 

£5>-&>^25e>, ^-^k^^d atstsudala, ats- 
tsubatu, s. Debt incurred in a 
former existence. 

w-&>^ atstsu, s. A weaver's reed 
% A printing t}^pe. 3. A mould. & 
tfyy£crt» atstsu veyu, To print, to 

stamp. $3^'"3s>tfoBo2$b a tstsuvesi- 
nayeddu, A bull that is marked 
or stamped, allowed to wander at 
large, in commemoration of a de- 
ceased person, or as consecrated 
to the deity. ts-i&x'So s6oa atstsu- 
bellamu, A stamped lump of jag- 
gory, used as a sweetmeat.. 
fc?-&\ achchu, s. A vowel. 

«3t5o\7v* atstsuga* adv. Agreeably. 

WtS^, ^tS^^d atstso, atstsota, adv. 
There, in that place. 



efc»So-Ataiku 



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^sr'tfsk) ajnanamu, s. Ignorance. 
e>&> ata, adv. There, in that place 

vide. fc?-Ck> atsata, 
£?>& ata, a particle. It is said, or 

they say; as wS&s^tfto vadu- 

vachchenata, It is said, or they 

say, he is come. 
&te£ Maka, 5. A space above a 

ceiling. 
&te£&n>oX>c9 atakamamidi, s. The 

name of a plant. 
e>&>-r B o3oo , £5b afakayintsu, v. a. To 

hinder or prevent, 2. To arrest, 

to detain. 3. To molest. 
&&-&*$ atakavu, s. Prevention. 

2. Detention. 3. Molestation. 
esBs' atika, s. A small earthen pod, 

with a large mouth. 
e>&» atu, particle. There. 2. That. 

3. So, as. £2&o&-« atupo, go there. 
wfe»^Tr»e^ atutarvata, after that. 
fcjfexs^ofeS atuvanti, like that, such. 
e&M^oooo atuchoyyi, do so. 

w&oSo atuku, s. vide, efag'ataka* 
es&oSoex) atukulu, s. pi. Paddy, 
which, after having been scalded 
in the husk, is beaten and depriv- 
ed of that covering, and becomes 
bruised or flattened rice. 






fc$k aft a; s. The bodv. 2. Theleather 

forming the sole of a sandal. 
&te&tZ&x> atfahasamu, s. Tho 

defiant shout previous to bat- 
tle. 2. Affectation of superiority. 
es^sKS^^ raoofeo attahasamuche- 

yuta, i7. To give one-self airs. 

m3 atti, acf/. p?o?i. Such. 

e^^o attu, s. A particular kind of 
cake, baked on an iron plate. 

wfe» attii, particle. This word is acor 
ruption of eko atu, that and when 
added to the indefinite relative 
participle in "itf keti, or to the 
past relative participle of the 
verb, expresses, So that, so as. 
2. As. 3. As if. -gisfc&S^a.©-! fctas 

skozfe -&* imanishi bratiketattu 
mandu f, Give medicine that 
he may recover, fcsg^a^tftoa "^?5o 

^_&$ nfvu cheppinattu nenu ches 
tini, I did as thou saidst. 

ei>kr> atla, adv. Thus, in that 
manner. 2. So, in such a manner. 
e<kr>/fo atlagu, adv. In that man- 
ner ; in such a way. ef»^>JCoiS, 
fcsdj-*^ atlaganti, atliu, adj Such, 
alluding to some thing written or 
said before. 

«£ ada, 5. A. lump of tama- 
rinds. 2. Matted hair. y>£Kfc» ada- 



w&oBfrt-Adiva 



£$£Ao-Addagiu 



gattu, v. n. To be clotted or en- 
tangled, as the hair. 

&&V&> adakottu, 5. Scissors for 
cutting beetle nut. 

t*>&Ko adagu, v. n. To be reduced . 
to be depressed, or pressed down 
vide. e>c3 Ho anagu. 

<y£3b, &&%o& adatsu, adagintsu> 
v. a. To reduce, to humble &c. 
«^Sbtf adakuva, Humility; sub- 
mission ; modesty ; politeness 
vide. ^ra§b55 auakuva. 

?3&$&x> adapamu, s. A beetle-nut 
pouch, w &-&-&*&> adapakadu, s. 
The person that carries his mas- 
ter's beetle-nut-pouch. 

w^8x> adalu, v.n. To bawl ; to weep ; 
to cry loudly. 2. To be afraid. 

&b%£> adavi, 5. A forest ; a desert. 
zs&b'gots adavikanda, s- An escu- 
lent wild root, weSas^S adavikodi, 
s. a jungle fowl. ts&a'BasoSb adavi- 
cherruku, 5. Wild sugar cane. 

t9xr 5 5g)S adavudi, s. An alarm or 
disturbance. 

ef>&"&> adime, s. bond man ; a slave ; 

slavery. 
ft3&csr«e)s5s> adiyalamu, s. A mark, 

a token by which any thing is 



known. 2. Any symbol used as a 
signature by those who cannot 
write their names. 

«>&>£o-° adisala, s. The obtaining 
goods from a tradesman in order 
to sell them. The business of a 
broker. 

&&>£> aduku, v. a. To range-, to 

pile up. 
t9<£oSoe» adukulii; *• v ^ e &&*&*& 

atukulu. 
&&fo adugu, s. A foot-step. 2. The 

mark or measure of a foot. 3. The 

foot or bottom of any thing. 4. A 

foot. 
&&>&> adutsti, v. a. To beat ; to 

strike. 
«£&&> adusu, s. Mire ; mud. 
ef>& adda, s. A small measure, equal 

to two mamkas. 

e>£o§ aldanki, s. Delay. 2. Hin- 
drance ; prevention; obstacle. 
vide ef&sSaa addamu. 

&&£& addakatta, s. A dam, to shut 

up, or confine water. 
wSsS'Sto. addakammi, s. The upper 

part of a door frame, carved in an 

elegant manner. 
e& Ac -55b addagintsu, v. a. To stop ; 

to hinder from progressive motion 

or action ; to prevent ; to arrest. 
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tsSS-Atiri 



e^rfsfco addanamu, *. A shield: a 

buckler. 
£5g?S2& addapadu, #. n. To fall, to 
obstruct, to impede, to block up. 
2. To interfere • to secure. 
&&W7S addabasa, s. A nose orna- 

ment, or ring. 
«>& addi, s. Delay. 2. Opposition. 
tpStfex) addigalu, s. plu. A gold 

necklace. 

e$cl addi, s. A deposit. 

<»&> addu,s. Any thing that affords 

concealment. 2. Any thing used to 

exclude cold of heat. 3. A cover. 

v>&>K adduga, s. Half a fanam, or a 

bout 8-pice. 
e> n$ko anakatta, s* An annicut or 

dam. 
&&•**& anagaru, v. n. To be extin 

guished, 
&nfo anagu, v. n. To be pressed 
down. 2. To be humbled, 'depres- 
sed, allayed, appeased. 
fcJrefto-iSb, £f>raa5b anagintsu, ariatsu, 
v. a. To press down. 2. To humble, 
subdue, reduce, allay, or appease. 
«> caSbsr anakuva, s» Modesty. 2. 
Politeness civility. 3. Submission, 
humility. 
&z? ana, *. An anna, the sixteenth 
part of a rupee. 



eraoSotf anukuva, s. &&ofc anugu, 

v» a. vide, onfo anagu, 

tscaocg) anuvu, s. An atom; a particle 

so small that it cannot be divi- 
ded ; any thing extremely small. 

e3e£-7r>e& 9 e3>££o, atagadu, atadu, pro. 

He, 
W5fo§b«£e>i6a> atalakutalamu, 8. A 

disorganized or confused state. 

2. A tumultuous disturbance or 

noise. 3. A jolting. 

e>e£e)tfx> ata'lamu, s. Hell ; the re- 
gion which is supposed to be be- 
low the earth. 

e5©^ Soo-^5 atikramintsu, v. a. To 
pass over or beyond. 2. To surpass, 
to excel. 3. To transgress ] to in- 
fringe, v, n. To elapse. 

fc98,S\£oew atikramillu, v. n. To 
pass away. 2. To be too late. 

&®§ atithi, s. A guest. 

e>8s&2£># s5k> atimadhuramn, adj.Very 
delicious or delicate ; affording 
delight ; grateful to the sense or 
mind. s. Licorice. 

fcs©«5o-»^j6M atimatramu, adj. Immo- 
derate ; exceeding, excessive. 

esSfftfcfto atirasamu, s. A sweet 
cake made from a mixture of rice- 
flour, sugar &c. 

«S8 3Vx>o atiriktamu, adj. Exceed- 
ding ; excessive. 



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wcp&j-Adatu 



£59<rr>tfsfe3 ativasamu, s. The fast ob- 
served on the day preceding the 
ceremony in which oblations 
are offered by the Hindoos to the 
manes of their ancestors. 

«©55\l\ ativrishti, s. Excess of rain. 
t50^oc5Ss5x) atis'ayamu, adj. Excessive 
Wonderful ; marvellous, extraor- 
dinary. 2. Excellent. 3. Uncom- 
mon. 

sf>2k§b atuku, v. n. To be joined, 
fastened, united, or soldered ; to 
cling together, v. a. To join, fasten, 
unite, or solder together. 

es©§o-dbatikintsu, v. a. Has the same 
meaning as £f>e&>So attiku, in its 
active sense. 

e$&§o atuku, s. Junction. 2. A 
piece sewed upon a cloth, to cover 
a hole ; a joint in a plank &c. 

fcj&josSw atulamu, adj. Unparallel- 
led, unequalled. 

£9 & atta, s. A mother-in-law 2. A 
maternal uncle's wife. 3. A pater- 
nal aunt. This last is termed pro- 
perly ~£x># &, £5>J^sj^s$bew menatta^ 
attamamalu, s. plu. The father 
and mother-in-law. 2. A mater- 
nal uncle and his wife. 

ef> &bb attaru, s. Perfume, fragrance- 



essence, ottar of roses. 
£9 © ( s5cr> i& attimranu, 
merous fig tree. 



The glo- 



w^eo&a&a atyantamu, ad). Exces- 
sive, adv. Very, exceedingly. 

e> © atri, s. Atri, one of the seven 
sages ; one of the principal stars 
in ursa major. 

&&<$&x> adanamu, adj. Much; great 
in quantity ; extra. 

&S& adanu, s. An opportunity ; 
a critical point of time ; a junc- 
ture. ^^^^55-^13-^0 adanukuvach 
chinadu, He came opportunely. 

estfcg) adapu, s. Pvespect ; polite- 
ness ; awe. ^scs^er^o-tfo adapulo 
nuntsu, To keep in awe. 

esSsscrooooo-iSb adamayintsu, v. a. To 
frighten ; to terrify. 

«>#& adaru, v, n. To tremble ; to 
shake ; to palpitate ; to start. 
*$S& adaru, s, Trembling ; shak. 
ing. «>tfSb"££& adarubedaru, s 
Fear and trembling. £9a&Koo"S 
adarugunde, s. A coward. 2. 
Habitual timidity ; pusillanimity. 
fcs>se>&» adaripatu, s. A sudden 
twitch or start. 
e$tf©oo5b, <?i>£ewx adalintsu, adaltsu, 

v. a. To menace threaten, or in- 
timidate. 

&-zr>bx>Tv° adatuga, adv. By chan- 
ce? by accident. 2. Suddenly. 3. 
Unexpectedly. 



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&&-&* 



.Adbika 



t?a adi> pro. She. 2- It. 3. That. 
This is the remote demonstrative 
pronoun of the third person sin, 
gular, in the feminine and neuter 
genders. 

ef>a7fo-° adigo, inter j. Look there ! 
Lo ! behold ! adv. yonder. This 
word is used when we direct the 
eye to an object in view. 

<aab§o aduku, v. or. s. vide e>«k§b 
atuku, 

e^tfbK" 6 adngo, adv. vide ea5T* adigo, 

£$&*$» adumu, v. a. To press ; to 
compress. 

ef>&&aduru, v. n. vide. <y>&&, ea&tk 
-£kx> adaru, aduruvetu, A kind of 
native petard, used as a firework. 

£s&^s*» adrishtamu, s. Fortune • 
luck. 2. Fate. 3. Casual and unseen 
danger. &tf^xLs*» duradrjshtamu, 
Bad luck, w^g.^ *» adrishta- 
hinamu, adj. Unfortunate. e^x 
g«&»tf^ t wtf^sfeos-ewTfc adrishta- 
muvatstsu, adrishtamu kalue:u, 
To become fortunate. tsts^wO 
adrishtasali, A fortunate person. 

eg adda, adj. Half, esgsfc-gcoo adda- 
mareyi, s. Midnight. ° 

e>gs$*> addamu, s. A mirror; a looking 
glass. egj6a>er»-T'^tf^ addamu- 
] I okanavatstsu, To be represented 
in a mirror. 



etfb addu. v. a. To stain, to colour 
a 

to die. 2. To dip. e&oaSb addintsu, 
v. a. To cause to stain &c. eftS'ska 

o 

addakamu, 5. Tincture ; colour ; 
die. 

ts "3 adde, 5. Hire ; rent. e$"asbs-ifc\ 
addekuitstsn, To let out. «>"3§o5 
T^r 6 ^ addekutisukonu, To hire. <«> 
"Sooosw addeyillu, A rented house. 

y><&\tks>> adbhutamu, 5. Wonder- 
surprize. 0$. Wonderful ; surp- 
rizing ; excellent. 

fc9$s&sfco adhamamu, adj. Inferior; 
low ; vile ; base. adv. At least. 

e>$tfs5fc> adharamu, adj. That which 
is below or underneath, s. The 
underlip. 

£?##,**» adharmamu, 5. Injustice. 2. 
Want of charity 3. Unrighteous- 
ness. 4. All behaviour contrary 
to the Sruti and Smriti, or oral 
and written institutes. 

&$sr> athava, adv. Otherwise. 

t3$!fs!k» adhikamu, adj. Much; 
excessive ; extra ; superior ; great. 

y> §-5-°tf&x> adhikaramu, s. The Go- 
vernment, or ruling power. 2. 
Authority ; power. 3. A' right to 
property. 4; An employment. 5. A 
chapter. ^5 $-£-*# £x>^ adhikarami- 
tstsu, To entrust with power ; to 



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authorize, or empower. w^^tf jfca 
"^otfo adhikaramucheyu, To exer- 
cise power ; to be in a powerful 
situation. ^-ytf^^ap, ^-g^tf 
s5>o frfo adhikaramuchellu, adhi- 
karamusagu, Power to be current* 
or to extend to. ^>^-^>q adhikarb 

s. A Governor. 2. One invested 

with authority or power; a public 

officer. 3. The rightful owner of a 

thing. 
&§Z® adhipati, s. A Governor ; a 

ruler ; a king ; a sovereign. 2. An 

owner or master. 
ef>^^)db adhipudu, s. A sovereign ; 

a supreme ruler ; a lord. 2. An 

owner or master. 
fcf>§tfsfco adhmamu, adj. Subject 

to, dependent on s. Possession or 

charge. 2. Power. 

^S^S 56 * 3 adhairyamu, s. Cowardice; 
unsteadiness. 

ef>#cas5tfsSK> adhyayanamu, s. Rea- 
ding •, study. This is generally 
applied to the study of the Vedas, 
or of the arts and sciences, in San- 
skrit. es^cosS^sfco^cabaadhyayana- 
mucheyu, To study the Vedas. 

&$<?&$&> adbyakshudu, s. An over- 
seer ; a superintendent. 2. A 
chief ; a grandee. 



£$7pc3§o&> adbyapakudu, s. A tea- 
cher of the Vedas. 

yuccas s&> adhyayamu, s. A chap- 
ter ; a section ; a lecture. 

»Tpo^\ s5m adhvannamu, adj. Bad ; 
corrupt ; spoiled. 

ts^o^ssoo anantamu, adj. Endless ; 

eternal; infinite- e>tfo&£scs65$co 

anantavijayamu, s> The name of 

the conch or shell of Dharmaraja, 

in the Mahabharat. 

<j2tffeS^3&» anatichettu, s. vide &o 

eo 

fe5^&» antichettu. 
asXtf r^> anargalamu, adj. lit. with- 
out opposition. Fluent ; voluble. 
2. Abundant. 

&$& S'sSm anarthakamu, adj. Non- 

sensical ; Useless ; to no purpose. 
ef^tfaSw anarthamu, s. Calamity ; 

distress ; danger. 

ef)(fos$M analamu, s. Fire. £5^ex>£& 
analudu, The god of fire. 

Wttetfoo anavatillu, v. n> Rice, or 
other grain, after it is boiled, and 
separated from the water, to set- 
tle, dry, and cool a little, so as to 
be fit for eating. 

t5tf£tf£s5M anavaratamu, adj. Conti- 
nual ; eternal ; frequent, adv. Fre- 
quently. 

e5(5r»-^8 anakari, adj. Ugly ; defor- 
med. 



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e&S'-Anis'a 



e3^^tfo5wf;anacharamu, s. Irreli- 

gion. 2. Rusticity ; incivility. 3. 
Uncleanness. 4. Anything contra- 
ry to religious custom, or to esta- 
blished usage. 

&W%tin, ef>^n»#tfs5w anadarar.a, ana 
daramu, s. Inattention ; disres- 
pect ; disregard ; incivility. 

£f>(3~°& anadi, adj. Without begin- 
ning; eternal. 

Z3-F*<$ anatha, s. ^A poor helpless 
person ; a vagabond ; used as a 
term of slight or contempt. 2. A. 
widow. €5>-?r>#^3k£b anathana- 
thudu, The protector of the help- 
less, God. 

ei>7r>sfc3o2&, t57Ps&"^oa5o^b anamaku 
du, anamadheyudu, s. Ananony- 
mous person ; one who has no 
name. 2. A man of no consequ- 
ence. 

&■&*?&£ anamika, s. The finger 

next to the little one. 
Wfj^sTv?^ anavrishti, s. A failure of 

rain; drought. 
fcf>7r°tfs$o£b anasapandu, s. A pine 

apple. 
ef>$ ani, s. Battle ; war ; fight, 
ei>$ ani, The past verbal participle 

of the v. e?s5o anu. 
e$s6'anu, to say. This word is of very 

frequent occurrence in Telugu. 



When the speaker states what an- 
other has said, he does not, as in 
English, use the infinitive mood, 
but repeats the words of the origi- 
nal speaker, adding ws> ani, thus 
he told me to write would, in Te- 
lugu, he rendered # & ^ ^r» a$» sfc » 
"S'^oSo nannuvrayumanicheppenu 
viz. tf*^ nannu, me ^ osoosSd* 
vrayumu, write thou &$ ani, ha- 
ving said ^3-Sjrjo cheppenu, he 
told, ess ani, is used, in the same 
manner, when we address, to a 
second person, orders to be deli- 
vered to a third ; as g l>o^ssb» 
"^sS^ pampintsumanicheppu, Tell 
to send. lit. send thou, having 
said, tell. 

w$!>0"i$b anipintsu, v. caus. To cause 
to say. 2. To cause to give out, 
or pretend. «3$Zio&F°& anipin- 
tsakonu, lit. To cause to say for 
one's own advantage. To be called, 
to obtain the name of. 2. To pass 
for. e3-cP2*> &°&-sy>&T>%o &>%*-&& 
aradzu docblavadanipintsukonenu, 
That king was called a great man. 
e3s£>025b&> &"zt\o&> &&!!>o ■&>§""£>(& 
amandudu vidvamsudanipintsu- 
konenu, That fool passed for a 
learned man. 

tsios'sko anisamu, ado. Always; con- 
stantly, adj, Constant, eternal. 



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wsJb^-Anuna 



£J>$&8fo> anishtamu, adj. Hated ; 
disagreeable ; injurious ; ominous 
of ill. 

€f>s5b ami, v. a. To say, to tell. 2. To 
call names. &&^j& anukonu, lit 
To say for one's own advantage, To 
say to oneself. ss^kxysb matalanu, 
To abuse, vide t?tf7r° anaga, e>& 
ani, ef>»|)o-i5b anipintsu. 

e>£S§o anuku, adj. Of a consistence 
like batter, nearly liquid, but not 
transparent. 

eso£n>e>s5M anukulamu, adj. Favor- 
able. 2. Salubrious. -S^S'sSwiF 
go £5(&£p><l>sSk> idesamu naku anu- 
kulamu. This country agrees with 
me, is favorable to me. 

£5s>bScp>oj6a> anukulamu, s. Consent. 
2. Favor. 3. Success. 

e$;&Kb anugu, 5. Dear. 

e>3brtbr3s5a> anugunamu, adj. Sui- 
table, consistent ; conformable. 

<&<&> X .s^>s5» anugrahamu, s. Favor; 

regard. 2. Kindness ; benignity. 
J 3. Indulgence. ^sJb^s^sSx^^oa^ 

anugrahamuvaclayu,To gain favor. 
^sbXlr^otfb anugrahintsu, v. a. To 

grant a favor ; to shew mercy ; to 

favor. 



t5s£tftfb£vj anucharudu, s. A follower; 

an attendant •, a servant ; a com- 
panion. 

£5;&-£)e£s5oa anuchitamu, adj. Impro- 
per. 

&>&&> anutsu, v. a. To send; to dis- 
patch. 2. In books, To cause to 
make. 

«>(xSo^a anujivi, s. A servant. 

<£>s5i^2&> anujuclu, s. A younger bro- 
ther. 

e35Jb^ anujna, s. Permission ; leave. 
2. Command, or order, ^j&gj-jS) 
^rxJb, e5^>23§J3or°ssb anujna-pu- 

tstsukonu, anujna tisukonu, To 
take leave. e3;&2jooo-i&\ anujnayi- 

tstsu, To give leave, e&s^cow 
anujnacheyu> To order. 

e3Sb«r > ;Ss5oo anutapamu, 5. Distress 
in consequence of some thing 
done ; remorse ; repentance. && 
w>z&x>$r°o& anutapamupondu, v* 
n. To repent. 

efftfb ^s&s5m anuttamamu, adj. Peer- 
less, most excellent, chief. 

t9s5batfste> anudinamu, adv. Daily. 

esafctfcsSsko auunayamu, 5 .An apo 
logy. 2.Condolence.3. Consolation. 
<y>;sotfooooT5b anunayintsu, v. a. To 

condole, to comfort, to console. 2, 
To apologize. 



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e^>s5cr«-Anuma 



^ssoss-s^o* anupakaya, s. The pod of 
a certain bean, vide. ^^sSao anumu, 

t?^5b^s 8 anupapatti, s. Want of suc- 
cess. 2. A pretext, an excuse. 3. 
Inconvenience. ^^sSSe&ew'SsS^ a- 

— o c-> 

mipapattulncheppu, To make 
excuses. 
^^■^^sSooanupanamu,^. Any liquid 

used as a vehicle for medicine, to 
disguise its appearance or taste. 

anupanamukurtsu, anupanamuche 
yu, To mix medicine in any 
liquid. 
«*fc$ anupu, v. a. vide. e3>o^) ampu. 

S5>s>$ anupu, s. A toll. 2. A tax. 3 
Customs payable at ferries or pas- 
ses, or on merchandize exported 
or imported. 4. Ambuscade, am- 
bush. 

tssb^'sssSM anubhavamu, s. Experi- 
ence ; frequent trial ; knowledge 
acquired by practice. 2. Experi- 
ment. 3. Enjoyment. 4. Suffering. 
b. Carnal connexion, tftf-^sso^rss 
sfoo narakanubhavamu, The suffe- 
rings of hell. ^>4r j ^o^rs5s5a5 sukha- 
nubhavamu, The enjoyment of 
happiness. &Zqr>f£$zs&x> duhkha- 
nubhavamu, The suffering of afflic- 
tion, pain, or grief, tssb^rso-ck a " 
nubhavintsu, v. a. To experience : 
to know by practice. 2. To enjoy. 



3. To surfer. 4. To copulate, ipss 
£»jcfc;&#'£o-&) papaphalamanubha- 
vintsu, To suffer the consequence 
oi sin ; to ba^punished for one's 
transgressions. e£)e3c£ejs5b;£$&o-& 
punyxphalamanubhavintsu,To en- 
joy the reward of virtue, f&tibq'ss 
sfeo^^r 6 ^ anubhavamuchesuko- 
nu, To experience or enjoy. 

fcjj&^Ksfca anubhogamu, ,9. Enjoy- 
ment. 2. Copulation. ^sfc^AoTSb 
anubhogintsu, v. a. To enjoy. 2. 
To copulate. 

s*o5os$6© anumati, s. Order. 2. Con- 
sent. 3. Permission. 4. The fif- 
teenth day of the moon's age, 
when she rises a little less than 

full. <»s£s5b8o-i5b anumatintsu, v. a. 
To consent, to agree. 
e5R6sSrȣs5w anumanamu,s. Inference. 
2. Conjecture ; doubt ; surmise. 3. 
Suspicion. 4. Hesitation. ;8 s-sfco^ 

ste&tfa daivamu pratyakshamu- 
o'adu-anumanamucheta teliyavala- 
sinadi, The deity is not obvious to 
the senses. He must be known by 
inference. es&sWsS&oanumanapa- 
du, To doubt, hesitate, suspect. ^ 
esxr»& efSSsj-^sSao^-tfo okarimida 
anumanamutotsu, To entertain 
suspicion of another, 



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ws^sko- Annamu 



^absSw anumu, s. The plant produ- 
cing ws&s5»e» anumulu, s. Plu. A 
kind of bean. 

<i5x&i5a-»Boi5b anumodintsu, v. n. To 
consent, to agree, to approve. 

ssafctf §, ^Jssb-D^jCsSoa anurakti, anura- 

gamu, s. Attachment, regard, love, 
affection, tenderness. 

e<&3r>3sS» anurupamu, adj. Like. 
2. Fit, suitable. 

«(v5o"i5;stf sfeo anulepanamu, s. The rub- 
bing of ground sandal \?ood on 
the body. 

^(Sootf&s-^sSx) anuvartanamu, s. Con- 
formity ; the act of following. & 
jsotfSs-o-tfb anuvartintsu, v. a. To 
conform to; to observe ;to adhere. 
2. In grammar, to be implied or 
understood, not expressed ; as ts 

masasabdamikkadananuvartimpu- 
tsunnadi, The compound word is 
here understood. 

«5«b«g) anuvu, adj. Convenient ; pro- 
per. 2. Arranged; well made. 3. 
Delicious ; delicate. 

&<&■&?&&> anushthanamu, s. The act 
of making. 2. Conduct. 3. The ob- 
servance of prayer. wiSo^tfsSwS^ 
^ anoshthanamntappaka, Without 



failing in the performance of pra- 
yer. &c. wtfAoik anushthintsu, To 
observe. 

&&7S&r*, ef>«b^ w s5K» anusarana, anu- 
sarariamu, s. The act of following 
or observing 2. Assiduity, attach- 
ment, or servility to the great. 
ef>s£3eot5b anusarintsu, v. a. To 
follow, to adhere to. 2. To observe, 
to imitate. 3. To wait on, or make 
court to any great personage. 

&&+-&*$ aniiradha, s. The name of 
the seventeenth lunar mansion. 

tptfx^sfco anritamu, adj. False, s. A 
falsehood, a lie. 

f^lSrsko anekamu, ad/. -Many, seve- 
ral. 

fcstfx anna, s. An elder brother. This 
word is often used to call any one, 
in a familiar manner ; as in Eng- 
lish we say friend ! I say ! <fec 
Also as an interjection, denoting 
surprize. <^?£s&c&o.s>o annadammu- 
lu, Brothers, i. e. both elder and- 
younger, brothers. 

es^^x annanna, inter j. Denoting 
surprize. 

tss^N sSs> annamu, 5. Boiled rice, food. 

w^x s5wltfe» annamu pettu, v. a. To 

give rice or food. &&\ s£»so£b 

annamu vandu, To dress victuals, 

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tsjo-u^-Apara 



«^s^ Jj5**» annavastramu, Food 
and raiment. ^"So-^es^sSoooo anno 
dakamulu, Meat and drink. 

t?^K anni, adj. pro. Collective, In 
the neuter gender. All. 2, So 
many. e-?r^\ & annallu, So many 
days, a contraction of cssk anni, 
and the plural of -^^b nadu, A 
day. 

y>^ot3&o£-*r c £& annintitinclikada, s. 
The god of tire, so called, because 
lie consumes every thing that he 
touches* 

wsfc^, tJsJo^sff annn, aminva, s. A 
woman. 

wsfi^tf annuva, ad/. Very minute, 
very small. 

»sJ3^s$ annuvu, s. vide Z5&\ annu 

ft5^Tjr» anyatha. «^. Otherwise; on 
the contrary. 

^^cs5do anyamu, ad/\ Other, diffe- 
rent, foreign. 

^-^■cosSsSm anyayamu, s. Injustice. 

war^tfesfca any6nyamu,ad/. Mutual. 
2. Reciprocal. In familiar use, it 
often expresses mutual affection. 

e33-5-*tfsSM apakaramu, 6-. Malice, 
hatred. 2. The doing any mis^ 
chief, injury, or harm to another. 
It is opposed to &£-g^tfo5oo upa- 

karamu, Beneficence. ^5?g-s^a apa- 



kari, A disobliging, or mischiev- 
ous person. 

eslSs-apakirtijS. Infamy; disho- 
nor ; injury to one's reputation- 
assise- "§050x^^0 apakirtitetststi- 
konn, To bring infamy on one's 
self. 

e5^^qs5x> apakvainu, adj. Unripe, 
raw, immature, green. 

^su^tfsSao apacharamu, s. Impolite- 
ness ; incivility ; insult ; an af- 
front. rtb&§ efss^SsSao^i'Qoo gudi- 
ki Aapacharamucheyu, To profane 
a temple. 

£5>s5z3c3S;&» apajayamu, .8. Defeat ; 
rout ; loss of battle ; want of 
success. 

es5e^ L sbe& apatnikuchijS. A widower. 

e>^^os5oo apathyamu, s. A deviation 
from prescribed regimen. 

<&£$&)£ apanammika, s. Distrust. 
2. Jealousy. 3. Diffidence. 

&&$oz$ apaninda, s. An unjust re- 
proach or censure. 2- Defama- 
tion ; calumny ; detraction. 

wsSs&Kefoc^ apamrityuvu, s. Unti- 
mely or violent death. 

essstfos? aparanji, s. The purest gold* 

^s^tt'.b aparatri, s. vide. 
apararatri, 

&£-&*$&» aparadhamn, s. A fault, 

offence, or transgression. 2. A fine, 
or amercement. 3. Punishment. 



«>sstf-u-* ft 



esSsrS-Apaha 



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tss^fto-Appagin 



^sSS&j^ska aparimitamu, adj. Imme- 
nse, infinite, innumerable, immod- 
erate. 

«s?5cp'Ss5ck) aparupamu, adj. Scarce ; 
unfrequent ; uncommon, rare ; 
unusual. 

e^s3*3^c5s5oo apavadamu, s. An unjust 
reproach or censure ; a false accu- 
sation. 2. Detraction, infamy, 
blame, vide wsSoes apaninda- 

esa^sSw apavitramu, adj. Impure; 
unclean. 

e^ir^Sco apasabclamu, s. An ungram- 
matical word. 

ejsoSsSosSw apasavyamu, s. or adj. 
The placing the sacerdotal thread 
on the right shoulder, and letting 
it fall on the left side. 2, A religi- 
ous circum ambulation, with the 
left hand towards the object circu- 
, mambulated. 3. The motion of a 
star contrary to the order of the 
signs in the zodiac. 4. The .Arabic, 
Persian, or any other language* 
of which the character is written 
from right to left. 

wss^.tftfx apasmaramu, s. A confu- 
sed state of mind. 2. Any violent 
passion, approaching to madness. 

e$s5s^eo3o apaharintsu, v. a. To take 
by violence; to usurp; to plunder; 
to rob ; to pillage ; to ravish. 

t*>Z£*Z?<&x> apahisyanm, s. Derision, 
ridicule, mockery. 



^f»^p^^» apatrani'i, adj. Un- 
worthy, unfit, fc9*-»^.srecB5&» -apa- 
travyayamu, Extravagant or foo- 
lish expense. 

^PtptfsSw apananiu, s. The funda- 
ment; the anus. 2. Breaking wind. 

tj^osSdoo apayamu, s. Calamity. 2. 
Danger, peril. 3. A scrape. 

e3ir*tfs&» aparamu, adj. Impassable. 
2. Excessive ; unbounded ; infl 
nite ; immense. 

&tr°X6x> apartkamu,s.Afalse signifi- 
cation, misinterpretation. 

a $)th apuclu, adv. vide. wsSoJfo ap- 
pudu. 

« 3^^5633 apupamu, s. A cake; a 
kind of bread made from Hour. 

wsgptfos&w apurvamu, adj. New, 
never before seen or existing, s. 
Advantage ; excellence. 

e2"£& apekska, s. Desire, wish ; 
want. 2. A coveting. 3. Aid. 

<*£)&■* ss^sfco apohamu, 5. A false charge-, 
blame ; a lie, a falsehood. 

£9^ appa, s. A father. 2. An elder 
sister. This word is frequently 
added to the proper names of men, 
as a term of common respect ; 
thus tfotfs^, sfcoKsS) rangappa, ma 
ngappa, &c. 

w^fto-sfc appagintsu, v. a. To deli- 
ver to the charge of another ; to 



e^-Appu 



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w.^p 



^o.Aprasyu 



put into another's hands. 2. To 
surrender ; to resign ; to make 
over. 3- To consign, wj^ftoe* ap- 
paginta, 5. Delivery; consignment. 

wsS^-SK appachchi, s. vide ^^sSsSdo 
apiipamu. 

«^6oj6k> appatamu, adj. Pure, un- 
mingled, unmixed, sheer. 

&£}&&» appadamu, s. A sort of pan. 

cake. 

e>^tfs$M appanamu, s. A tax; tribute. 
This word is also used to denote 
sums of money, beyond the just 
revenue due, extorted from the 
people. 

w "£}% appappa, interj. Denoting 
excessive grief or pain, Oh ! 

efiss^sSw appamu, s. A kind of sweet 
cake. 

esSjtfafca appalamu, s. vide ess^sfea 
appadamu. 

ess^o-db appalintsu, v* a. To beat 
with the open hand ; to slap ; to 
tap. 

ess^appu, s. Debt. ws^cxjSoj es^ 
45b\§^«6»^«^^oB6o appucheyu, appu 
putstsukonu, apputfyn, To bor- 
row. WoS^oooofc^ appuyitstsu, To 
lend. e^SsS^ appusappuiu, The 
general term or debt, due both 
by, and to one. wsSv*s& appupadu, 
To get into debt, ^ss^-abe- appu- 
tirtsn, To liquidate a debt. 



wsfoZfc appudu, adv. This is, in fact^ 
a defective noun, as the derivation 
evinces: in the nominative case, 
here given, it signifies that time, 
and in general corresponds with 
the English adverb then, or if 
added to a relative participle, it 
represents our term when, not 
used interrogatively ; as «>e£8SK 
tfss^b atadichchinappudn, When 
he gave. It admits of inflexion 
as ts^feS-g^xpcew appatikaryalu, 
The affairs of that time. wsSv*3a&o 
■S) appatinunchi, From that time, 
since then. e^tooSjtS! appatappa 
tiki, Now and then, from time to 
time. 

&.£&:& apratishtha, $. Infamy ; dis 
honor. 2, A bad reputation, or 
character. 

W3 ; ^aw apratyakshamu, adj. Im- 
perceptible. 

e ^s5cp-r355ooapramanamu, 5. Perjury. 
tj^a^slSo^apramanikurlii, A per- 
jured man ; a liar. 

^,3 cSo^aS'sSoa aprayojakamu, adj. 
Useless, without any end or 
object. 

w^.&tfsfea aprasiddhamu, adj. Not 
famous, secret ; unknown. 

^^r j&QtSo apr£syudu, s. A man 
who is not fit or worthy to sit 
with others to eat. 



esux-Abbu 



21 



w$^-Abhigha 



e$ & oeSs&o apriyamu, adj. Hated ; 
disagreeable. 

esoostf abandara, adj. Without or- 
der, irregular, imprudent. 

«5tto&>£>s£x> abanisubamu, s. Good 
and evil; as 53t> o^dSS wwo&jsd 

no 

-SjftoaX'^b apillakaya abamsubame- 
rrugadu, That lad does not know 
good and evil. 

«»£ abaka, s. A pot-ladle, made of 
the shell of a cocoa-nut. 

fc?&c5o5w abaddhamu, s. A lie •, a non- 
sensical expression. e^tfT 6 ^, w 
»-cr>e;r*&, t5^agb^a abaddhakadu, 
abaddhalakoru, abaddhikudu, A 
liar. 

wae; abala, s. A woman ; a female. 

ess*^? abodhavela, s. The time at 
which, if one studies, it is believ- 
ed no instruction can be obtain- 
ed •, midnight. 

£923 x abba* s. A father, vide wsSv ap- 
pa, interj. Ah ! oh ! 

«^x23x, t5^Tv abbabba, abba. interj m 
Denoting great surprize or grief, 
ah ! oh ! 

wSj, ef>S^7r°2& abbi, abbigadu, s. 

A familiar term of address, to a 
young boy. 

«$5»v abbu, v. n. To come into one's 
enjoyment, possession, or reach. 
2. To be found, to be obtained. 



This verb governs the dative case; 
as -g* *2^cce6*£E-i£;aotf ^tfes&o 
m 5r>Z>£z>\& ianyayarjitamaina dra- 
vyamu vanikabbadu, This money, 
procured by unjust means, will 
not be enjoyed by him. ■& o»ew 
■sr»$§"3v33 i ilia vanikabbena, 
This house became his property, 
or came into his possession. 
«>w5\tfs5» abburamu, adj. Procured 
with difficulty ; not easily attain- 
able ; excellent ; rare wonderful. 

essro&^rsfoa abhamsubhamu, s. vide 
«>ao&>£>s53j abamsubamu. 

ejects sko abhayamu, s. A promise 
of shelter or protection. 2. Fear- 
lessness. ef»^o85^ tfsSoa abhayaha- 
stamu, 5. The giving of the hand 
to another, in promise of protec- 
tion. 

es^ofissfeo abhandamu, s. vide £5sS»r» 
tf<6x> apavadamu, 

^^KcsSoa abhagyamn, s. Misfortune; 
misery; proverty. 

w^sssfco abhavamu, s. Non existence; 
nonentity ; a chimera. 

w^Kx) abhasu, s. Corruption, an ir- 
regularity. 

fcs$£r>tfsS» abhigharamu, s. The put- 
ting, a little clarified butter, 
(ghee) upon rice or other food, be- 
fore it is eaten, to purify it. 



<£3^s&>-Abhitmi 



22 



y> 



tfgo-Aby 



an 



**$e?3c&> abhijanudu, s. An old re- 
lative. 

es $#«&**» abhinayamu, s. The indi- 
cation of sentiment or passion, by 
looks or outward gestures. 2. The 
motions of the hands or eyes, 
used by dancing women, to ex- 
press the sentiments contained 
in the verses which they sing. 

<&$$ abhini, s. Opium. 

e> $ ^^ obS s5oo ab h i pray amu, s p i ni- 
on; sentiment; notion; idea; 
thought. 2. Design ; intention. 

3. Meaning or signification. 
e3^s5bc£s$s> abhimatamu, s. Consent ; 

approbation. 2. Choice; wish. 
adj. Approved, aggreeable, desi- 
red, 
e^sfc^sfea abhimanamti, s. Honor. 2. 
Protection. 3. Affection ; regard. 

4. Pride. <&§&rao&> abnimanin- 
tsu, v. a. To favor; to protect; 
to regard with kindness. 

&^$>8 4)35k> abhimukhamu, s. The 
front; any thing opposite to the 
face. 2. An abatement of anger 
or disease, adj. Present t^ss*?^ 
s&fo abhimukhamagu, To advance 
in front. 2. To abate. o^frloo^S" 6 
Ksk^^^i&tfavanikiyirogamabhi 
mukhamainadi, His disease is 
abated. 



«$sn&, w$gr»s£.'&a abhilssha, abhi- 
lashamn, 5. Wish ; desire ; incli- 
nation, propensity. 

«$#)§ abhivriddhi. s. An increase 
of wealth or prosperity ■ exal- 
tation to some new honor or rank. 
2. Improvement. 

^'IxS'sScm abhishekamu, s. Unction; 
bathing. 2. An installation, coro- 
nation, or inauguration, by means 
of unction, or bathing. k^^VsSx) 
"tsIcc&o abhishekamuchc'yu, To ano- 
int a kins: or an ima^e. «s&r«S"fx. 
^s5oo pattabhishekamu, A corp- 
nation. 

«>^^55c» abliishtamu, adj. Much 
beloved •, agreeable. 

»£)&&» abliishtamu, s. Wish ; desire. 
2. Inclination ; penchant. ocp>S>t9 
&sx sfc» oox*"^~3 3b vaniabhishtamuyi- 
derenu, His wish is accomplished. 
es&sx sSwf&Tfcs-^ssb abhishtamutfr- 
tsukonu, To accomplish one's 
wish. 

&$*2s#&x> abhojanamu, s. Abstinen- 
ce from food. 

es^oKsSw* t5^co23^s5w abhyangamu, 
abhyanjanamu, s- Unction ; the 
act of anointing with oil ; often 
applied to bathing thft whole 
body, because when the natives 
wash the head, they previously 
anoint it, as well as the body, 
with oil. 



tjsfc do- Amaru 



23 



*95*r«S> -Amani 



*33rco&tfsfc» abhyantaramu, 5. The 
space included between two bo- 
dies, or points ; an interval. 2. 
Delay. 3. A false excuse. 

?f>^rc^^ abhyanujna, s. Leave, per- 
mission. 2. Command; injunction. 

e>$rc&o%5b abhyasintsu, w. a, To ac- 
custom one's self to any thing; to 
practise. 2. To learn ; to study. 

ts^cSSs&o abhyasamu, 5. Custom ; 
usage ; practice. 2. Exercise ; 
study; w&-o^c3s5a> akshar abhya- 
samu, The study of the letters ; 
the acquirement of the first prin- 
ciples of learning. 

^5^occ$osd55do abhyudayamu, s. In- 
crease of fortune ; prosperity ; 
happiness. 
• «> ts ^s5co abhrakamu, s. Talc. 

i&&>o£ arnanji, s. Compelled ser- 
vice ; unpaid labour. £f>s5bo£s54jo 
amanjipattu, To press workmen. 

tssfc&yo, «s&2»02as» amadalu, plw, a- 

C3 

madabiddalu, s. Twins. 
<*9Sktfs5x> amaramu, s. The name of 
a Sanskrit Dictionary,also termed 
the &5s5b^^os^»s5w amarasimhamu. 

T&&tf%zr°'Kc$$£xs amarasila gandha- 
kamu, 5. A particular kind of 
brimstone. 

^s&& amaru, v. n. To fit. 2. To be 
furnished. 3. To be placed or em- 



ployed in service; ^^o^^oK 

sxoer*tf$So"3(35 vaduudyogamulona- 

niarenu, He is employed in ser- 
vice. 

e£a&&-i&, ^5^b9o-^ amarutsu, ama- 
rintsu, v. a. To place in service. 
2. To furnish or supply ; to pro- 
cure ; to collect, ssbo^eStf^^a 
-ceT^ex^eJ*"* tfs6b8o^;& mantri- 
tanaputruni radzukoluvulo nama- 
rinchenu, The minister placed his 
son in the service of the king. 

e>s5b9^, eisibQ"! aniarika, amarike, s. 
Arrangement. 2. 'Tranquillity. 3. 
Eqanimity ; presence of mind. 

4. Modesty. 

fepsSodbv amartsu, 9. a. vide. £9sk&-&> 
amarutsu. 

e^s&TPcb" amaryada, s. Incivility, 
disrespect ; dishonor ; rudeness. 

«>x£r°o^s5M amantamu, s. The profes- 
sion of a hawker or pedlar, also 
e3$£r°£>j e>s5T»o^7r°^b amani, aman- 
tagadu, s. A hawker, a pedlar. 

^^o^^Tpam&ntaimig^, adv. Un- 
expectedly. 

s£s5jT>efcc£& amatyudu, s. A minister; 
a counsellor ; a courtier. 

fcssfrofr amani, s. This is a revenue 
term, used to denote the immedi- 
ate management of any branch 
of revenue by the servants of Go- 
vernment, of the Zemindar, or of 



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24 



es& -sr»>Ammava 



any other authority ; in contra- 
distinction to its being rented 
out. Kb ^■GT'&exD ^e&*oootfojfc£ 3 
sS^J^>«r D e)cr«»~5r e «'sJj'&e5o»^a gutta- 
darulu paripoyinanduna ippu- 
du talukaamani ayinadi, As the 
renters have decamped, the dist- 
rict is now under amanee; imme- 
diate management. 

es6r,sfcsx.ri» amanushamu, adj. Sup- 
ernatural ; beyond the power of 
man. s. A miracle. 

css£p>"5r>;Se amavasya, s. The change 
of the moon 2. New moon. 3. The 
day of the new moon. 

«aas§ amiji, vide. e5>sfco2§ amanji. 

fc2aoe£s5w amitamu, adj. Immode- 
rate ; boundless; exorbitant; sup- 
erfluous ; immense ; innumerable. 

fc9&r»jj-* amina, s. A revenue term, 
dinoting a person who has charge 
of any thing, and applied to 
petty revenue officers ; usually to 
such as are only temporarily em- 
ployed. 

*?s&»e» amulu, s. A revenue term, 
denoting the collection of reve- 
nue. t9s&»e»ss&x> amulupattu, To 
seize smuggled goods 

«3*fc»e>:>-cr>&2& amuludaruau, ft. A 
superior revenue officer, employed 
immediately under a Collector, or 
Zemindar. 



<iS>skn>e-Qs$fci amulyamu, adj. Invalu- 
able. 

esfc\&s5» amritamu, s. The imagi- 
nary food of the gods ; ambrosia ; 
nectar. 2. Water. 3. Clarified but- 
ter. 4. Exemption from transmi- 
gration. 5. Gold. 6. Milk. 

«>"&>£os5c» amedhyamu, adj. Unclean. 
.9. Human excrement. 

issyn^^m amoghamu, adj. Effec- 
tual ; infallible ; unerring. 2. Pre- 
cious, rare. 

«>sSb, amma, s. A mother. This word 
is used as a respectful term of ad- 
dress to females in general ; and, 
as such, is added to the proper 
names of women; ks^, lOtf*^, 
e;<4, sfc, sitamma, gauramma, laksh- 
mamma, &c 

<s>sk S^Se) ammakachella, inter j. De- 
noting lamentation, pain, fear, or 
surprize, ah ! alas ! ; because, on 
such occasions, the Hindoos in- 
voke their dearest female rela- 
tives. 

ws&^sSoo ammakamu, s. Sale ; the 
act of selling. 

ess&jo^tf) ammavaru, s. A female di- 
vinity. 2. A village goddess. 3. A 
familiar appellation for women of 
the brahmanical caste.4. The small 
pox. 5. The goddess of the small 
pox. ^s&^tfbXS&oxk, <a>s^-5r»tf> 
&*ccc» ammavaruganipintsu, am- 



«b9ox 



-Avi 



25 



&&tiS-Ayim 



mavarupoyu,- v. n- To have the 
small pox. (y>sSbar>«b£r*oooo-& am- 

— 

mavarupoyintsu, v. a. To inocu- 
late- 

«>sfr» ft, esSfc, ammalu, amini, s. A 
familiar appellation for a young 
girl. 

^sSMj amrau, 5. An arrow ; a dart, 
e* s&a, ammu, t\ a. To sell, to vend. 

— 6 

to dispose of; opposed to r°«sb ko- 

nu, to buy. esSM.efcsy^ammiidii- 

bovu, v. n. To be sold. 
t?osSa6oo ayamu, 5. Good fortune. 2. 

A tax. 
«>aso;^oe£s5M ayaskantamu* s. A 

magnet, or load-stone, because 
it attracts iron. 

s3oas&>\ ayassu, s. Iron. 

<^o» ai. The past verbal participai 
of «>•£) avu, To become. Lit. 
Having become. This word added 
to pronouns, and sometimes to 
other words, has the power of the 
emphatic letter "^ e, Thus, ^"S 
vadai, He himself. It sometimes 
corresponds with the English 
word like. ^-3 »8^s& manainili- 
chenu, He stood like a piece of 
wood. It is also used in express- 
ing such phrases as about to go, 
come, do <fcc. As tflSx-snaSis ofcotsa 
vachche vadanai untini, I was 
•about to come. 



eo»"i aite, The conditional form 
of the verb *$$ avu, To become, 
used as a conjunction to express 
condition, and corresponding 
with the English terms if, suppose 
it were so, but. When added to 
the past relative participle of 
any verb, bx> ttu, is inserted, and 
it then expresses the conditional 
form of the verb to which it is 
thus affixed. ^fttf£oo»"i chesina- 
ttaite, If I, thou, he, sho, it, we 
you, or they do. 

^o»j5b aidu, adj. Numeral Five. 

fcpaooSb^a^coSo aidupadicheyu, v. n. 
To retire from a superior enemy: 
to retreat. 

ei>ooo&tf aiduva, s. A married wo- 
man, whose husband is alive. &caa 
&ss$tf<6x> aiduvatanamu, s. The 
state of a married woman ; in op- 
position to widow-hood. 

£$o»2fc5S"o~°ex) aiduvaralu, s. vide & 
om&ss aiduva. 

«>oootf aina, The past relative par- 
ticiple of the verb t95g).avu, To 

become. Lit. That became. It is 
affixed to nouns of quality to 
convert them into adjectives ; or 
sometimes to adjectives, as a mere 
expletive. It expresses the con- 
junctions either, or; ■sr»"S^, &"3 tf 

vadaina,? vidairia. Either this, or 
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26 



eofc^-Ayyeve 



that man. Ad Jed to interroga- I 
tives commencing with the letter j 
o), ^*e, e, commonly written 553, I 
5§o y e > ye, it corresponds with the | 
English term soever, ciS^-dS ekka- 
cta, where? oi^^-fitfcoo^ ekkada- 
naina, wheresoever. -?r*ra»tfssb 
»lx nakainamanishi, My friend. 
ss>oootfs^feS§SK ainappatikinni, Ne- 
vertheless, notwithstanding, al- 
though. *^o2^55-cp"e5 tf renduvara- 
laina, At least two pagodas. 

ef)o»^^) aipovu, v. n. To be ex 
hausted or drained ; to be finish- 
ed or concluded. 

&cso£yrt&ir> aimuluga, adv. Obli- 
quely. 

«oaosS'&\ aivatstsu, v. w. To be pros- 
perous, or tend to prosperity. 2- 
To agree with one's health. 

£?a»ssg?> aivadzu, s. Any thing sub- 
stituted for another. 2. Recom- 
pense ; return. 

S5o3o3 S'sScw ayuktamu, adj. Improper ; 
unfit ; unworthy. 

ef>oax>e£s5» ayutamu, s. Ten thousand. 

&afr*KQ s5ao ayogyamu, acfy'. Unfit; 
unworthy. 

es^ensfcosSskaayomayamu, at/;. Hard; 
not easy to be pierced or broken. 
2. Difficult •, abstruse 



csc&Q ayya, s. Pure Telugu castes, 
especially the Komati, use this 
word to denote a father : as s$r»w 
c*6^sj©\7r°^ maayyavachchinadu, 
My father came. But it is general- 
ly used, by all persons and castes, 
as a term of common respect, cor- 
responding to the English word 
Sir; &sfcoa3e emayya, what sir? 

^oaSc-s^bb ayyavarn, is a phrase 
used to denote a brahman, or a tea- 
cher who is always held in great 
respect. ectfiQ ayya, is also, in 
courtesy, added to proper names. 
£f>cssc7r°& ayyaga.ru, A preceptor. 
2. The planet Jupiter, the precep- 
tor of the gods, and son of Angirsa. 

tscsSc^r*, t5cs5^o?cr^ ayyayo, ayyay- 
yo, interj. Denoting Sorrow,lamen- 
tation, pity, or pain, 

^c«5go ayyalla, s. A father. This 
word is most generally used by 
the Komati caste. 

fc2cB^Q~6 ayyare, interj. Denoting- 
Wonder, or praise. 

e>cdo?o ayyu,co»;. Although; though; 
notwithstanding. jq^©c£:je&oc nir 
maluday^yu, Though he be pure. 

efj^oo"^ ayyeve, An emphatic parti- 
cle : as "jStfao^i nenayyeve, I my- 
self. w2sc§o^ vadayyeve, He 
himself 



fc$*U»23-.Araja 



27 



«6&-Aridi 



w3fcr*e ayyo, interj. vide eos^^ng 

avvavvo. 
^tfafa, adj. Half- 5. A moiety 

vufe ts?< ssso ardhamti. 

9 
^^r araka, 5. A yoke of oxen, with 

a plough and all other imple- 
ments of husbandry appertaining 
thereunto. 
eSTfo aragu, s. A high seat, or sit- 
ting place, built along the outside 
of a house ; also called 8% tin- 
ne, a pial, or open veranda. 

etf-tfto aratsatta, s. A jacket, a coat. 

to 
aSosiM arariamu, s. A present given 



by 



the father-in-law to his son- 



in-law, at his marriage. 
&&&csSi» aranyamu, s. A forest; a 

wilderness, 
etfs^ aradamu, s. A car; a chariot. 

<i*S"^3£S"^3 aradesiparades'i, s. A 

traveller, pilgrim, or foreigner. 
£5tf£3tf aramara, s. Reluctance, dis- i 

inclination. 
«tfsSa>aramti, s. The spoke of a 

wheel, adj. quick ; swift ; speedy, 
ef) ^30oo arayu, ?;. a. To search, to 

examine ; to inquire. 
«tf»r>oco aravai, s. A retreat. 
e>5"£o3sx>o aravindamu, s. A lotus. 
^tt'zs^sSm arajakamu, s. A state or 

kingdom without proper govern- 



ment? luterregumn 



. 2. Anarchv. 



<&■&*& arati, s. A foe ; an eiien 

«e ari, A particle denoting posses- 
sion ; as ■stfjg, ~f&^ veravu, ner- 
pu, skill, ^tfsss, i$s\8 veravari, 
nerpari, skilful! 

£?8 ari, 5. A bowstring. 2. A tax pay- 
able to a king ; government re* 
venue. ts8"3&o aripettu, To pay 
revenue. » eft" 6 do so arigorulu, 6, 
p£w. The share both of the Go- 
vernment and of the inhabitants} 
the total produce. 

&q ari, 5. A foe, an enemy. 

tsas'iM arikattu, v. a. To hinder; 
eo 

to prevent, to obstruct. 
eQ-r ^) arikapu, 5. The waiting on 

a great personage. 
«81"f arige, 5. A large parasol, or 

umbrella of a peculiar form ; 

generally used by kings, and 

sometimes by others of high rank 

or learning. 

ee'Sooo^ nicheyyi, 5. The palm of 
the hand. 

ef>9fe3^&s> aritichettu, s. The banana 
or plantain tree. Musa sapientum- 
vide wtftS^Sioo anatichettu. 

eo 
eeslfsko aridalamu, s. A yellow 

orpiment. 
eaa aridi, 5. Wonder ; astonishment r 

surprise. 



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28 



«tf85»-Ardhamn 

9 



e&fto arugu, v. n. To go, to march; 

to walk. fc$&>Kb*3c-&arugudentsu, 

v. a. To come, 
escibfib arngu, s. An open veranda 

round a native Jiouse. vide ej>tf;fo 

aragu. 
e&re&u arunamu, adj. Of a dark 

red. 2. Of the colour of the dawn. 
e>ftc3o£o arunudu, ^;The sun. 2. The 

charioteer of the sun. 
e*&& arudu, adj. Rare ; scarce ; un- 
common. 2. Excellent. 3. Dear. 
e^&&> arudu, 5. Surprize, wonder. 

vide es»8a aridi. 

^&>"Bo-& arudenstu, 0. «. vide e&fio 
"3o-t5b arugudentsn. 

£?&«$ aruvu, s. Good sense ; judg- 
ment ; the reasoning faculty. «& 
$)!&&, wdb^^tfo aruvuchedu, a- 
ruvutappu, To lose one's reason, 
to act contrary to sound reason 
or judgment. 

estfc"3 aruvai, adj. Sixty. 

esCT^-og'aSN arccbikamu, s. Tasteless- 
ness, aversion to food, we^-orsfoa 
wo&o arochikamubuttu, To he dis- 
gusted with food. 

e^bb e^o arkudu, 5. The sun. 

«tf *&> arghamu, s. Price. 2. Cheap- 
ness. 3. Reverence ; adoration. 



t5tf cs5m arghj^amu, 5. Flowers, grass 
&c. with water, offered as an act 
of worship, or of reverence, ts^oog- 

^r>-sr°ca £)J^ex> arghyap^dyadi vi- 
dhulu, Worship or reverence, 
evinced by offerings of flowers &c 
washing the feet, and other cere- 
monies. 

wtf\tf, ef>S\tfsSoo archana, archanamu. 
s. Worship ; adoration. t9tfv§b£fo 
archakudu, s. A worshipper, an 
adorer, ^Oxo-Sb archintsu, v. a. To 
worship ; to adore. 

«>8 arji, 5. A petition, an address, a 
representation. 

tstfb ardju s. The measurement of a 
heap of grain, from the bottom to 
the top, or when the correctness 
of a previous estimate is suspected. 

e&tfsfco arjunamu, adj. White. s. 
Whiteness. 2. Gold. 

t9 2?>s-A5b£& arjunudu, s. Arjoona, the 
third son of Pandoo, friend of Kri 
shna, and brother of Dharmaraja 
in the Mahabharat. % A king 
with 1000 arms. 

fcjtftfsfea arnavamu, s. The sea. 
fcstfsSw arthamu, s. Signification, 

meaning. 2. Money ; wealth j 

prosperity. 3. A thing. 
«>tf sSw ardhamu, s. A haft •, a moiety ; 

a part. 



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29 



weas-Arru 



ea^o-i5barpintsu, s. To give, bestow, 

dedicate, or offer any thing to the 

deity, or to any great personage. 

£9^ca, we^caifioa arpana, arpana- 

mu, An offering. 
ef)^xc5sSw arbudamu, s. One hundred 

million. 
&$\&?$q arbhakudu, s. An infant ; 

a young person. 2 An idiot. 
e8j8 armili, s. Affection; love ; ten- 
derness. 
^5tf ara, s. A division in a drawer ; 

a partition in a box, 2. A small 

room in a house. 
e$& arlu, s. plu. Excessive fondness, 

Jove, or affection. 
ef>sr'£-a5c» arhamu, s. adj. Worthy ; 

fit ; proper. 
«5ed arra,s. An apartment in a house; 

a chamber, vide ts £\ arra. 2. 

Deceit, guile, secrecy. 
esea arra, adj. Inner, as applied to 

the hand or foot only. wea^o»o 

arracheyyi, The palm of the hand. 

fc5es-5-°e» arrakalu, The sole of the 

foot. 
«&93S wwS'to arraka, arrakata* adv. 

By or near the side. 
«f»fcs^j6w arakamu, s. Indigestion. 
eesJT'eseS arragorrata, s. Uneasiness, 

sorrow ; dissatisfaction. 



£9es-& arratsn, v. n. To make a loud 

noise ; to roar. 
tS'esfeS^&a arratichettu, s. vide ^a^S^S 
(m aritichettu. 

^fcsis^sx) arradalu, s. Small cross 
pieces of wood, connected by two 
timbers, by which the lower part 
of a marriage palanquin is en- 
closed. 

^oa^fcsdb arraporradu, s. A man or 
woman below hte common size ; 
a dwarf. 

tsesokefi, t9&£5&eJ)g' arramarra, arrama 
rrika, s. Suspicion, distrust. 

fc5&sss arrava, adj. Tamil, ^esas^sS^ 
arravadesamu,The Tamil country. 
«f>essssSx> arravamn, The Tamil 
language. 

e>fc9£e5ew arravarralu, 5 plu. Bits or 
pieces; as •sr>$i$&*5bzsZ<idtx^h 
vanidehamarravarraluche'si, Ha- 
ving reduced his body to pieces. 

»el arri, s. The act of fixing the 
arrow to the bow. 

e$eJ£x>a arrimini. adj. Armenian. 

eeJcitooeJ arrimurri, adv. From time 
to time 

we§"S> arrise. s. A cake, made of 
rice-flour and jaggery. 

w«m arm, v. n. To be destroyed. 

tseaa arru? 5. The neck. 



«e>§'-Alaka 



30 



wosfoa-AIarnn 



z*>x»fo arrugu, v. n. To be digested 

2. To be wasted by use or time ; 
to wear away. 

W6ao£ arruta, postpos. With. TP-s^^b 
3^pa> v *k ? tfe9o£"j§l?s6 rarnudu vis- 
vamitrunarrutanegenii,Rama went 
with V"isvamitra. 

^eao^) arrupu, v. n. To come into 
one's possession ; to be contained. 
^esoS-o'iQ^X'esjM arraparanibhag- 
yamu, Inexhaustible wealth or 
riches. 

£3&£»=6c» arrumu. v. a. To usurp ; to 
encroach. 

tsaaosgjgS arruvullu, s. plu. Holes. 

e>&M arrru, 5. Danger. 2. Calamity, 

3. Difficulty, also es&» arm, 

£9<y ala, pro. Used in books only, 
that. wsr°ch alavadu, That man. 

«>e> ala, s. A wave of the sea. &c. 
the surf. 

ssiyo-s^tfskj alankaramu, s. An orna- 
ment. 2. Beauty. 3. A rhetorical 
figure. 

ef> ?-o?Cj6m alangamU, s. A rampart. 2. 
A watch or guard. 

exyo&tfb alanduru, v. n. To moan 5 
to lament ; to grieve. 

wZ alaka, 5. Displeasure, anger, 
wrath, indignation. wZ&xb?- ala- 
katirtsu, To appease one's ange r 
or displeasure. 



e>o§'^ alakana, adj. Light, versatile, 
^^^jdaoexij^ej^ex) alakamulu, alakalu.- 

s. plu. Curls, ringlets, 
e^-tfosew alatsandalu, s. plu. A 

species of pulse, also called -s^tt* 

a$b& karamailu. Dolichos catiang. 
»o3o alatsu, u. a. To trouble ; to 

molest. 
wasS aladzadi, s. Mental pain ; 

affliction ot the mind. 
<t?e,£ alata, s. Fatigue, lassitude. 
&e)d alati, adj. Small, petty, 
esoesb aladu, p. a. To rub sandal 

powder &c. upon the body, 
wasg) alapu, 5. Fatigue, lassitude. 

vide &v€ alata. 
e^aawsfcu alabalamu, 5. Anxiety ; 

distraction of mind, perplexity. 
e>i's&& alamita, 5. Affliction or in 

quietude of mind; chagrin; vexa~ 

tion. vide e)e)2}^ aladzali, 
esejssbSTfb alamaragu, v. n. To be 

afflicted. 

«>2Js5cr»j5ox alamartsu, v. a. To train 

bullocks, buffaloes &c. To the 
plough, or to bear burdens. 

e^sSx alamu, v. a. To spread. 2. To 

wash, to cleanse with water. 

y>e>s*» alamu, s. Weeds that grow 

in fields of dry erain. 



eetf-Alasa 



o 1 



«e»&.Alusu 



t9ee*& alayu. v. n. To be tired, 
wearied^ or fatigued ; to be ex- 
hausted by labour. 

waowS' alaika, s. vide »ej^ alapti. 

«e>«> alaru, «?. ??. To shine. 2. To be 
pleased or delighted, s. A flower. 
2- Beauty. eej&^S, <s>e>&tf*eS 
alambodi, alaruboni, & one 
whose body is a flower. A woman. 
<y>e;&>Soo2k alarnviltulu, The god 
of love, because his bow is made 
of flowers. 

^vssth alavadu, v. n. To be practi- 
sed in : to be habituated, or ac- 
customed to. «>y-5r>£oo alavatu, .*. 
Habit, custom. S3vs^kx$&g alava- 
tutappu. To be ou^ of practice, ts 
OS5S-& alavaratsu, To habituate, | 
accustom, exercise, or teach. 

&vs alava, s. A basin formed of I 
earth, round the foot of a tree. 
2. A railing:. 

«e;2> alavi, adj. Able to do or effect. 
s^ai^§be)e;£)-7ro»b idinakualaviga- 
du, I am not able to do this. This 
is beyond my power. 

<a>o#6o, «e;5^ alasata, alasata, g. 
Fatigue, lassitude. pic/e'esojg)— we> 
Xk37$&> alapu-alasatapadu, To be 
wearied or fatigued. wejtf&^kc? 
•£se:»s&tf$k^ alasatapnttu, alasata- 



vatsts»j To feel fatigued, wetf&l) 
&vr.«b aigsatatirtsukonu, To rest 
one's self. 
&se>&ss5oD alakshyamu, ac/y. Tri- 
fling, trivial, worthless. 5. Dis- 
regard, negligence, w^&cs&a^caco 
alakshyamu cheyu, v. a. To dis- 
regard, neglect, slight, or despise. 

&tr>go alaku, s. Desolation; ravage: 
ruin, wy-^&lScc&o alaku cheyu, To 
ruin, to ravage, to lay waste. 

Wir'ooox^ alaida, adj. Separate, 
apart. 

wew§o aluku, v. a. To rub the floor 
with macerated cow-dung. This 
is done by the Hindoos to clean 
and purify the house, s- The wash- 
ing the floor with macerated cow- 
dung. 

eex>5b aluku, s. Fear; terror; dread. 

yw«b alugu, v. n. To be angry, or 
provoked ; to be annoyed or dis- 
pleased, esoog' aluka, s. Displea- 
sure, anger. 

ws»^ alugu, s. A water channel, 
for carrying off the excess of 
water from tanks. &c. 2. 1 he sharp 
iron point of an arrow or lance. 

zsoo<$) aluvu, 5. Beauty; comeliness ; 
fairness. 

wzZo alusu, s. Inferiority ; mean- 
ness. 



<y>$ a-Allibi 



32 



WX-Avag-a 



&~£zp'6x> alekhamu, s. A blank book 
ofcadjan or pilmira leaves. 

t5£P> alka, aofy". Mean* vile, base. 

«9e^i5o9 alpamu, <xd/\ Thin ; small; 
little ; 2. Mean ; trifling : slight- 
«ejA«»a alpabuddhi, A mean un- 
derstanding, exy^esrfjfo* alpabho 
janamu, A light repast. wsr^-S'jfc 
tfs&o alpachamanamu,The common 
and polite term for making water; 
because a little water is sipped, 
as a purification afterwards, wen 
-g-otfbsfca alpakaryamu, A trifling 
matter. 

K3v alia, ^ro. vide we; ala. 

we> a"7fo-°, wo esbfr"* alladig6,alladug6 
cwZ/, Yonder ; at a distance wi- 
thin view. 

wo £ allana, a$. Gently ; softly. 

w^ s5m allamu, 5. Ginger. 

we>8 allari, s. Anarch v; tumult; com- 
motion, noise, quarrel. we; s^^sco 
' allaricheyu, To commit disturban- 
ces. 2. To expose one's vices. 

t?er°tf>s5oaab allarumuddu, ad)'. Pe- 
lightfal ; beloved by all. 

wSS* allika, s. A twist, a plait, a 
braid, a netting. 

wSOD allibilli, s. Familiarity, mu- 

no mo •> ' 

tual affection. 



wex> allijj v. To plait, to braid, to 
twist, to interlace. T^^wex) tsapa- 
allu, To make mats, ^o^^ejeo 
vendrukalallu, To plait the hair. 

w£>-zr°oex> abadhalallti, To fabri- 

9,. "° 
cate lies. 

wew&> alludu, s. A son-in-law. "&># 
ex>£& menalludu, The son of a 
man's sister, or of a woman's 
brother. 

W3 alle, 5. A bow-string. 

no 

wl^sSw allemu, 5. An entertainment 

no 

given by the bride's parents to a 
bride-groom, after the conclusion 
of the vv hole-marriage ceremonies. 

wtr^'&'^s&TStoa allonereduchettu, .s. 

en ■ ' eo 

The rose apple tree. Eugenia. 

w9£s5» alikamu, 5. 0-wfc. wOS'sSwjsfli- 
kamu. 

w&sb aluku, v. n To fear, to be 
afraid ; to be diffident, s. Diffi- 
dence. 

wf> 3" allika, s. mc?e wSS" allika 

OO CO 

w&allu, »;. vide £?ex> allu. 

wtf-s^ska avakasamti, s. An in- 
termediate spot, intermission. 
Leisure, opportunity, vide ->s5-^ 

•r^esss-^S'sSwXgxjKb s £vakasamu, 
avakasamugalugu, To have leisure. 
wss?e£35a> avagadamu, s, Mischief; 
evil. 2- Disorder ; confusion. 3, 
Danger* 



wsj'sr'-A.vata 



33 



Wtf86*-Av&EQa 



e^Tr^s&o avaganamu, s. Immer- 
sion, bathing. 2. A trough near 
a well, for watering cattle, 

t? 35 7^^550$ avagahamavu, v. w. To 
be understood, or become the 
object of understanding. -&>£oX© 
-js^gb '3^7r 6 t555 7r o ^55ba?o^aisanga 

ti naku lessaga avagaha mainadi, 
This subject is fully understood 
by me, or I fully comprehend this 
s n bj ect. w 55 -fc s$-> sS^o ^ & r° & a vaga 
hamuchesukonu, v. a. To under- 
stand ; to comprehend. 

t9S57tes5a> avaguriamu, s. A perni- 
cious quality ; a bad disposition • 
a defect ; a vice. 

ei>s5^i>o-& avaghalintsu, v. a. To 
^^er-look ; to neglect; to dis- 
regard. 

ei>s5&3o-& avatarintsu, v. ?l To be 
incarnated ; to descend. 

osS'er'tfKSoo avataramn. s. An incar- 
nation of the deity, especially of 
Vishnu, of which the Hindoos 
reokonten; viz. The fish, tortoise, 
boar,manlion, dwarf, Parasurama, 
Sri Kama, Krishna, Buddha, and 
one yet to come termed Kalkee. 
2. A birth. 3. A metamorphosis. 4. 
The bank of a tank, pond, sea <fcc, 
5. The act of descending. essseT'tfio 
ek aVataramettn, To be incarna- 
ted. sfc&^gss-cT'tfsSw manushyava- 



taramu, Incarnation as man. This 
term is applied by the Native 
Christians, to the incarnation of 
the Son of God. 

es5e£<y avatala, adv. After, after- 
wards, hereafter. 2. Next to, fur- 
ther, beyond, onward, to a dis- 
tance. This word is applied either 
to time or place. 

esss^sb avaduru, s. Calumny ; defa- 
mation; false accusation, 

£§>tf£eo-i5b avadharintsu, v. a. To con- 
descend, to hear, or listen, ts^-rp-* 
& avadharu, The 2d. person sing, 
of the imperative of this verb, 
irregularly formed ; is used in 
books only to call attention. Lis- 
ten ! 

t5s>§ avadhi, s. A border, limit, or 

boundary, 
tsssio avani, s. The earth. 

«s5s5bTPcc5 avamaryada, s. Incivility ) 
disrespect. 

e>55"s5^^s5w avamanamu, s. Dishonour; 
disgrace ; indignity ; insult ; aff- 
ront. 

tsssss^tf^^ccfo, ef>55s5cn>o)o-i5b avama- 
mucheyu, avamanintsu, v. a. To 
despise; to disregard, to dishonour, 
to disgrace, to insult. ef>s>s*P> #££&,, 
ef)S5sSrotfxxos5-°o«b avamanapacln, a- 
vamanamupondu, To be disgacedi 
dishonoured, or insulted. 
5 



sf>3fo>-Avala 



34 



fc9tftf-Avastha 



&5s^os555s5» avayavamu, s, A mem- 
ber, a limb. 

tjsscsk avayu, v, n. To be broken 
into pieces ; to be destroyed. ess 
oooo-Jfo avayintsu, *. a. To break 
to pieces, to destroy. «r>n%oZk><& 
sS&oQ vanikandluavasindi, His 
eye sight is destroyed. 

«>sso&cr°Ks5oo avayogamu, s. A bad 
sign, an evil omen, an unfortu- 
nate event. 

ef>558^s^s5w avarohamu, s. A fibrous 
root, issuing from the branches of 
certain trees and hanging down 
from them ; for example, that of 
the Indian fig tree ; also called 
&& uda, 2. The act of descend- 
ing, 

ef>s5o avala, adv. vide e>ss£o avatala. 

ef>#e>oa£s5M, ft5 35e>o»s5w avalambana- 
mu, avalambamu, s. That on 
which any person or thing de- 
pends ; an asylum-, refuge; sup- 
port. wsteoQo-sfc avalambintsu, v m 
a. To depend on any person or 
thing. 2. To take hold of any 
thing. 2 J 5'3aSp>k>t9tf<yoDo-& okani- 
mata avalambintsu, To concur in 
opinion with another. 

esSw&essSw avalakshanamu, s. A bad 
sign, an evil omen, or angary, adj. 
Ugly. 2. Dirty, 3. Improper. * 



<y>3$e)0 avdlila, s. Facility, ease. 

essser^tfsfoa avalokanamu, s. The act 
of looking ; surveying. 

e>s5^§b^s5w avasakunamu, s. An evil- 
omen or angury, a bad sign. 

t? 55^^77° avasattuga, adv. Unex- 
pectedly; abruptly ; suddenly. 2. 
Providentially. 

fc$35SVsSx> avasyamu, adj. Absolute 
or indispensably necessary sfctf « 
s5x> fcso&OSesss'osfoa maranamuan- 
darikiavasyamu, Death is to all a 
matter of absolute necessity, e^a 
■^r'&wsss'Q^otfa adinaku avasya- 
mainadi, That is indispensably 
necessary to me. adv. Certainly- 
without fail. ^SD^i^ss^Qstoss^jSo 
repatikiavasyamuvastanu, I shall 
come tomorrow without fail. 

fcjoStftfsfo) avasaramu, s. Occasion. 2. 
Urgency. 3. Hurry. 4. Necessity, 
fc935cStfs5M^ ^ssjo^e&itfo avasaramu 
chestepanichedunu, If you hurry, 
the business will be spoiled, ^a 

■?r o §ot?s5^^s53o'^2Sb adinakuavasara- 
muledu, I have no occasion for 
this. adj. Urgent, necessary, ess 
7$tf&ooo<6Z$ avasaramainapani, Ur- 
gent business, 
ess £ avastha 5 5. A condition or state. 
2 Any particular stage of life, as 



«38-Aviri 



35 



e$&-Avuru 



infancy, youth &c. 3. Calamity, 
distress, ^^esstf balyavastha, 
Child-hood. sktfwxrtf maranavas- 
tha, The agony of death. t5#tfs52& 
avasthapadu, To be in distress. 
t5^i«5^y^^^ annanikileka- 
avastha padu, To be reduced, 
through want of food, to the great- 
est misery. <&zsx~z,i>x> avasthapet- 

tu, To reduce to misery, to plunge 
another into difficulties. tfSr°osS-cr> 

$ ^>s5£ ewss^b sahimparani avastha 

lupadu, To experience insuppor- 
table calamity. 
ts>-5r»o^tfj6w avantaramu, adj. In- 
tervening, s, An invasion or in- 
cursion. 

&?s*i3~ n avadza? s. A voice, a noise, 

a rumour, a report. 
«>»rooocn» avai, s. A sky-rocket. & 

sr> oxrv ^5bs5(% avaitsuvva, The reed 

of a sky-rocket. 
£f>»r>8Tr» avariga, adv. Profusely ; 

abundantly ; exuberantly. 



ef>a av i> s ' A mountain. 2» A 
8. The sun. 4 . A woman in her 
menses. 

<jf>S9 avidhi, $. Calamity ; distress ; 
trouble, adj. Illegal. 

«5©9 aviri, s. A disease in the eye. 



t5&~£g&x> avivekamu, s. Ignorance. 

2. Imprudence ; indiscretion. 
«»S)1)"S&>d avisechettu, s. vide &%lo 

"Sfeo agisechetfcu. 
e^ avu, p. n. To become. 2. To be 

finished, vide tsow, £5a»tf } £ec»li, 

ef>i§sso5 "5"° ai» aina, aite, avunu, 

ka, and -g^zfc kadu. 

<&<$&> avudu, s. The lip. ef>$S&X&s-t5b 
avudugarratsu, To bite the lips 
from rage. 

ef>$e£e> avutala, adv. vide&^&v ava- 
tala. 

t5^>s5o avunu, adv. The z?er6 £$£> avu 
in the 3d person singular of the 
affirmative aorist. 2. A general 
term of affirmation, in reply to all 
questions, synonimous with the 
English word yes ; but properly 
confined to affirmations respec- 
ting quality and essence only, and 
opposed to -5-°ab kadu, no. s\a£)§o 
ts^p- idinikuavuna, Will this be 
of use to you ? sxra&^sS^tf ftbis rai- 
rucheppanagune, May you say so? 
■^^ &<$$)?£> nachetanavunu, I can 

do wjg^-g^w* avunakada. Is it, 
or is it not. es^tf^sfc avunavunu, 

yes, yes. 

<&$>&> avuru, s, A long coarse grass, 
generally used for thatch or to 



«{frSc-Ashuvau 



36 



e-£p>#o-Asadhya 



make tats ; it is also called s&sss 
vid avail. 

e>s5cos5s5w avyayamu, s. In grammar, 
an indeclinable word, a particle 

es5o avva, s. A grandmother. 2. A 
mother. 

f&oypQir* avvariga, adv. vide &sr»0 
*7r° avariga. 

<&$ ^s5x> asaktamn > adj. Impotent. 
% Sick. 

<a># s'sfco, esSf I asaktamn, asakti, s. 
Want of ability ; weakness ; fee- 
bleness ; incapacity; impotency. 

'is^^esSoa asakyamu, adj. Impossible. 

«3S», es'sODtfoQ asimi, asimisanchi, 

s. A wallet. 
e*&© asuch'i, 5. Uncleanness. adj. 

Unclean. 

«5&tf sfeo asuddhamu, s. Human ex- 
9 
crement- adj. Impure. 

es^^rsfoo asubhamu, adj. Inauspici- 
ous, s. Inauspiciousness. 
^>^sxs5m aseshamu, adj. All, whole. 
«5 &'d asraddha, s. Neglect. 

Co ° 

fcssl asha, Indec. Particle, vide. e^&> 

ata. 
(iss^ashu, adv. So ; in that manner; 

in that way. 
c5s^2Jofe5 ashuvanti, adj. Such, of 

that kind. 



&%& asadda, s. Inattention ; ne^li- 
gence ; 2. Contempt, disdain. 

estfab asadu, s. Smallness. 2. Thin- 
ness. 3. Leanness. 

esS^rcsSw asabhyamu, acZ/'.Unworfchy 
of admission into an assembly; 
vulgar ; mean. 

e>3s5c» asamu. s. Reputation; renown; 
fame. 

<y>tfs5» asamu, 5. Excess. 

ef>#tf;oo"3 asarasande, s. The dusk ; 

because giants then appear. 
eftfeT asal, adj. Original ; radical ; 

prime. 5. The principal, in contra- 
diction to the interest. 

e>ssex> asalu, s. Mud ; mire ; dirt at 
the bottom of water. 

fc5?SSr*sxo«£ asahishnuta, s. Envy ; 
malice ; malignity. 

etfs^es&u asabyamu, adj. Insup- 
portable ; odious ; disgusting ; 
ugly ; unpalatable. zsTogreXtgo asa- 
hyapachi, To be disgusted, to 
abhor. 

wfrvr^tin&n asadharanamu, adj. 
Uncommon ; -unusual ; rare. e3«o-° 
-Er>tfr3&xi-7r> s^dj-^^b asadharana- 
mugamatladu, To speak fluently. 

tstfrotfcafca asadhyamu, adj. Im- 
possible; impracticable. ^^^06^ 
Xs5w asadyha rogamu, Incurable 
disease. 



esft-Afc'thi 



37 



w&tf-Akshara 



&%&&*&> asiyadu, v. n. To shake. 

e5^oofeo asunta, adv> At a distance ; 
farther away- 

wsSc^, t5 &>&>£& asnra, asurudu, s. A 
Giant. 

&&>s&>&>e&> asurrusurru, 5. Great ex- 
haustion or waste of one's strength; 
excessive weakness or fatigue. 

w&>s$ asuvu, s. Any of the live 
breaths which the Hindoos belie- 
ve to exist in the human body, 
and consider essential to life. 

w&t°csS asiiya, 5. Malignity; hatred; 
detraction ; jealousy ; envy. 

£9 tfofcosSsSzu astamayamu, s. Sun-set 
from the Hindoos believing that 
the sun disappears behind a cer- 
tain mountain. 

« tf s*n>^s5w astarnanamu, 5. vide, t? tf 
s5bc5Ssfco astamayamu. 

e^ tf & astaru, s. The lining of a gar- 
ment. 2. A patch. 

&ir°~3 £s5*> astavestamu, s. Madness 

ef> fb^^sSoo astibharamu, 5. The foun- 
dation of an edifice. 

<y> rs s5oo astramu, 5. A missile wea- 

pon •, an arrow. 
<£*>§> asthi, 5. A bone, w&ir,^, as- 
thipatra, An urn. ^g^tfss*, as- 
thijvaramu, An internal fever. 



ti>s£* o^ ^» ^o **» aham b rah mat vain u, 
s. Pride ; vanity ; arrogance. 

e>2^e£c63o ahitamu, ,?. Injury ; harm-, 
enmity, adj. Unfriendly. 

£92^e£>2sb ahitudu, s. An enemy. 

^"^roroTP'^xSao ahoratramu, 5. An en- 
tire night and day, including the 
space of twenty four hours. 

e><Ho^ex>j e>&$£e>o akshantalu , aksha 

talu, s. A few grains of rice, mix- 
ed with saffron, put on the fore- 
head of an image when it is ado- 
red, or given to a brahman, when 
he is invited to any auspicious 
ceremony. They are also given by 
brahmans, with benedictions, to 
any one who performs a religious 
ceremony. 2. Fried grain for ob- 
lations. 3. The red mark worn by 
Hindoos on the forehead. 

t5^s&o akshamu, s. A die. 2. An 
eye. 3. An axle-tree 4. A law 
suit. t5&3tfo akshaviclya, s. Play; 
gambling- 

e>&oc5$S:K> akshayamu, adj. Imperish- 
able ; durable ; permanent ; inex- 
haustible. fc5&.oK$^r>^ akshayapa- 
tra, lit. An inexhaustible vessel. 
A cap for alms. 

£$&tfsS>-> aksharamu, s. A letter 0£ 
the alphabet. 2. Exemption from 
transmigration ; bliss, adj. Im- 
perishable. efi&tfg? 3 ^ akaharajnu 



^o^-Andhra 38 



es-s-'S.Akara 



du, A learned man. tsd^-cp'^ro^sSDo 
aksharabhyasamu, Beginning to 
learn the first principles of a lan- 
guage. es&tfsSj&^toa aksharapadu 

batu, Orthographical errors, 
« JL akshi, s. An eye. 
ef>l\oe^w akshintalu, s. vide <"><I^££ex> 

akshatalu. 

e5 a, The second letter of the Telu- 
gu alphabet. 2. The indeclinable 
remote demonstrative pronoun, 
That. As, e3££> atalfi, That mo- 

CO 

ther. e^r'^oSosw akoclukulu, Those 
sons. The connected form of es a, 
("~"°) when affixed to the last 
word in a sentence, or to a single 
word alone, denotes interrogation; 
as Hew&^r telusuna, Is it under- 
stood ? sxp>tp> mira, You ? •sr>T^ > 
vada, He ? 

esofttftf angirasa, 5. The sixth year 
of the cycle of sixty. 

e-5oe£tfDs5x> antaryamu, s. The mind. 
2. Opinion. 

eso.tf.tfoo andhramu, s. Andhra, the- 
Sanskrit name for the Telugu 
language, eso^tStf'ska andhrade- 
samu, Telingana. This country 
seems formerly to have been di- 



vided into the Calinga and 
Andhra provinces. The latter was 
an inland subdivision to the south 
of the Godavery, and the people ! 
are described by Pliny as a superi- 
or race of men. 

ess'to akata, adv. Afterwards. 

esr^ akada, adv. vide ^S^-^ akka- 

da. 
ess&w ^kattu. v. a. To prevent, to 

hinder, to stop. 
<3£w>c& akataya, s. A person void 

of principle ; a wicked person ; an 

insignificant fellow. 

ess'tf sfco akaramu, s. A mine. 2. Foun- 
dation or ground for an assertion. 
3. An authority for the meaning 
or use of a word. 

es£0 akali, s. Hunger. 2. Appetite. 

e3£$o?g) akalimpu, s. The power of 
the mind to admit and contain 
many ideas at once ; comprehen- 
sion, e^^o^^&r*^ akalimpu- 
chesukonu, To comprehend. 

es^tfsfco akasamu, s. vide ©"s^sSm 
akasamu. 

liss'^s'sfo) akasmikamn, adj. Sudden. 

e3-r*o& akanksha, s. A -wish, a 
desire. t5-g-°oJLo^b akankshintsu- 
To wish or desire. 

t3-3r°tfs5M akaramu, 5. Form, shape, 
figure, mien. 



«s$)o-Akhan 



tsKb-Agu 



ei-s^'S'o&x) ^kasamu, s. The air, the 
atmosphere, the other. 2. The 
sky, the heavens, the firmament, 
ej-g^-r^casba sikasabanamu, A 
sky rocket. e-^-r*^ akasavani 
A voice from heaven. 

&5& aku, s. A leaf. 2. Betel leaf. « 
§oft5ejs5oo akualamu, The second 
word in this phrase has no mea- 
ning in itself, but added to Ǥb 
aku, implies Leaves, and other 
greens. e?§bxcp>tfe» akuguralu, Pot 
herbs, garden stuffs. 

&3§bTT»o» akurayi, s. A file, essb-o* 
^TP-t5bje5§bir*a»*Sfe>3 akurataratsu 
akurayipefctu, To file. 

esSoe>sko akulamu, flc£/. Troubled, 
distressed ; confounded. 

e^© akriti, 5. A form, shape, figure, 
mien. 

£31 £ke,pro. She. 

esr°ek akottu, s. vide (a&r'ek ada- 
kottu. 

es^Stto-ifc akramintsu, v. a. To en- 
croach; to usurp ; to seize. & % 
s5bras5x> akramariamu, Usurpation, 
encroachment. 

e3$)o£ex>&> akhandaludu, s. One of 
the names of Indra, regent of the 
sky. 



^3$)& akharu, s. An end, a termina- 
tion. 

es$>c akhya, s. A name or appella- 
tion. 

esXo&o§b£b agantukudu, 5. A guest. 

esX2ssfo> agadamu, s. A jest, a joke^ 
2. Mirth, fun. 3. Derision, mockery. 
esK&sSM^osbo agadamucheyu, To 
deride, to mock. 2. To jest. esxeS 
^skslx, e3X&^&> agadapumani- 
shi, agadakadu, A jester. 

esK^s5b^) agatamavu, 0. r>. To be ob- 
tained ; to come into one's posses- 
sion. 

£3Ks&s5m agamamu, s. An arrival, a 
coming, or opproaching. 2. A Sas- 
tra, or work on sacred science, of 
divine origin. 3. The ceremonies 
prescribed in the Sastras. 4. A 
grammatical augment, a syllable 
or letter inserted in any part of 
a radical word. 5. A legal title, 
a voucher or written testimony. 

Z3-K*gti&H agakaratige, s. A plant^ 
Momordica Dioica. 

£57r°&cs5co agatyamu, s. Obstinacy ; 
stubborness. 

esfo agu, v. a. To stop, prevent, or 
hinder. 2. To support, or protect. 
3- To harbour. 4. To watch or pre- 
serve crops, fruits &c. vide esifo 
atsu. 



^^tf-Achai 



40 



wra-Ajna 



€5^23\©sx> agubbatilu, 9. n. To be 

elated. e^Aowv agubbu, Elevation, 

wonder. 
e5lf^o55a§o^_ agneyadikku, s. The 

south east point, of which the god 

of fire is regent. 
Z3~f^c$r> jS*) &x> agneyastramu, s A 

weapon of fire, 
05 X s^s$a> a>rahamu, 5. Anger, choler, 

rage, wrath. 2. Trouble, annoy- 



ance. ^ ^^Ow" b ' 



. -t5b agrahintsu, To be 
angry or inraged. 
e5£T*e£csS^ aghatyauiu, s. vide z3Tr>3o 
sS» agatyarnu. 

C5 -23* o ^75-°^, £ e- *x» ac h andrar k amu,a^. 
During the existence of the sun 
and moon ; as long as the world 
exists ; for ever. 

e3tf§k_ atsakki, adv. On that side. 

es-tfsfctfaSw achamanamu, s. The sip- 
ping of water three times, before 
religious ceremonies, or meals ; or 
after meals or the necessities of 
nature; repeating at the same 
time the 24 principal names of 
Vishnoo. 

o^tfsS^ acharamu, s- An established 
rule of conduct. 2. A religious in- 
stitute, or observance. 3. The rules 
of moral conduct among a people, 
or nation. 4. The practice, cus- 



toms, habits, usages, or laws of 
a country, or of any particular 
class of men. 

euTQo^b acharintsu',e\ a. To practise, 
or do habitually. 2. To put in 
practice the precepts of religion. 
3.To celebrate a religious festival! 

e5Tj°tf)£gb acharyudu, s. A teacher 
or instructor of the Vedas. 2. A' 
spiritual guide. 3. A person who 
invests one with the sacrificial 
thread. 

e?-&> atsii, v. a. To stop, to hinder, to 
prevent, to whithhold. 2. To sup- 
port, to protect. 3. To preserve or 
watch fields, gardens &c. T&r-o^ 
&*&»&> norachimatladu,To speak 

considerately or cautiously, vide 
esftb agu. 

fc3&n>i atsiiki, s. A trace, token, or 
hint. 2. A cause. 

es^so^sjTM^b ajanubahudu, s. A 
man whose hands reach to his 
knees. A person of this descrip- 
tion is considered not only hand- 
some, but destined to be a hero. 

esfe ajilu, adj. Ready, present. 

ess ajna, s. An order, a command. 2. 
Permission, 3. Punishment. 4. 
Custody. €525 ooo^ ajnayitstsu/To 
give an order, wssS^&iScafo ajna- 

tosiveyu, To disobey an order 
wa^otf© ajnacheyu, To punish, 



tsfewsH-Atupo 



41 



tS&.Adu 



£38 ^owo^ajnaclieyiiitsu, To com- 

mit to cas tody ; to cause, to pu- 
nish. t?2r°g)o-£)b ajnapmtsu, To or- 
der or command, 

wsqsSm ajyamu, s. Clarified butter, 
ghee. 

e5k> ata, 5. A dance. 2. A play. 3. A 
game. e3<b-°^b atadu* To dance or 
play. e3&>®o-o!& atayodu, To lose 
a game. e3k>^ew-& atagelutsu, To 
win a game. <y&>3-*k> atap ata, Dan- 
cing and singing. e5k>&&>«g) atavi- 
dupu, A holiday; a play day grant- 
ed to school boys- e3&>£]§ ataka- 
tte, A dancing girl. e3&o"s^^o ata- 
kadu, A male dancer, a gambler, 
£5fcoi>&>o3-'3s5oo atapatavaddemu. 
Dancing, accompanied by vocal 
and instrumental music. £?£x°6o a- 

tlata, Play, pastime, a joke. 
esfeooS'sSw afankamu, s. Prevention, 

hinderance, resistance. 2. Molesta- 
tion. 3. Hesitation. 
t?k>fr"°&£» atao-orrru, s. A rake> used 

in husbandary. 
e5^os5>j>3 atapattu, 5. An abode, a re- 

sidence. 
WfeSss-iky esko ativatstsn, atu^ 9. n. 

To last, to suffice. 
e?&o&-$£3D atupotu, 5. Severe pain, 

caused by a wound, or sore. 



e3^^s5M atopamu, s. Pride, pomp. 

2. Fury. 
Z3,&jKTs°yo atragadalu, s. vide. £5§o?_ 

& akkullu. 

CO 

y£ ad a, arf/. Female, s. A place, 
adto. There, es&^&eb adaguturu, 
A woman. 

t?&o/& e» adangulu, 5. pin. Women. 
e52ao^l5§ adangileki, A man who 
has the voice and habits of a 
woman. 

e5 &o5» tf ^>o adambaramu, 5. A charge 
sounded by musical instruments. 
2. The roaring of elephants. 3. 
The beginning. 4. Pride, pomp. 
■&>£n>&o;otf;6w meghadambaramu> 
A collection of clouds. 

esS^ adika, £. Infamy. 

ts&r 8 ^ adibolu, 5. A rumour or 
report, generally applied to such 
as are of an unfavorable kind. 

£5<£o adn, v, a. To play, to dance. 2. 
To speak, or promise. 3. To per- 
form, v. n. To shake, to totter, to 
wag. e3^r b ^ adukonu, v. Comp. 

To talk to one's self, to play. -&*& 
€T» £0 fdula d u , To swim . & 7fosr° &> 
ijguladu, To swing, to hang, to be 
in agitation. e5&>£)o-*2sb taduvuia- 
du, To grop, to seek out, or search 
for. %ir&> nilladu, To bring forth 
a child, because water precedes 



the birth. 



6 



e&tf-Atura 



42 



e3tf&-Adaru 



G5u^> adu, adj. Female, vide. %3&- ada- 
es ^b S £ a dubi d d a, A fe m ale child . 
2. The sister of one's husband. 

tj^bo^o adhyudu, 5. A lord, a mas- 
ter ; one who is opulent. 

eseaoKbyo anangulu, s. vide. 55^0 
7*bex> adangulu. 

«^ arii, *. A pin, or nail. adj. round, 
as applied to pearls only. 

«£§,aiii, 5. A vital part ; a secret. 
£5^ -£■*£& anikadu, A man acqu- 
ainted with secrets. 

e5^ors5w atankamu, s. Disease, Pain. 
2. Fear. 

e^ivz&j ese^i&atagadu, atadu, pro 
masc. of the 3-d. person. He. This 
word is honoriflcally applied to 
equals. 

tJ^eT'ooo atatai, 5. A felon, thief, or 
murderer. 

ese£<& atanu, 5. n. vide, zs^&o atadu. 

e5^^^s5oo atapatramu, s. A large 
umbrella. 

fc3&#55c» ataramu, s. Fare, freight. 

esS^o^ atitbyamu, s. Food given 
to a guest ; hospitality, adj. Pro- 
per for a guest, hospitable. 

&5&3#j5m aturamu, s. Haste, hurry, 
precipitation. 2. Eagerness, avi- 
dity. ts^?8o^ aturintsu, v, a. To 



hurry, to hasten. e3£otfoS2& ktura- 
padu, z?. n, To be in a hurry, or 
haste. 

essktfsSw aturamu, ac?j. Afflicted 
with disease 2. Devoted to, stron- 
gly inclined to. 

ess^ atma, s. The soul. 2. Bramha, 
the supreme deity, and soul of 
the universe. 3. The body. 4. The 
understanding, the intellect. 5. 
The mind, or faculty of reason. 6. 
Life, spirit, the vivifying soul, in 
opposition to the sentient one. 7. 
Self, the abstract individual, &$ 

©>^o atmajudu, A son. 

w s$.a6oa atramu, s. vide e3«&tfs5x> atu- 
ramu. 

e^tf&j adata, s. Satiet} r , satisfaction, 
contentment. 

es&tfra adarana, 5. Consolation, com- 
fort. 2. A kind reception, favo- 
rable treatment. 3. Aid, support. 
4. Regard, respect, veneration. 

estfS^r'&tf adarabadara,aefo. In great 
haste* and confusion. 

esestfs&o adaramu, s. vide esstfre, zsti 
do& adarana, adarintsu, To con- 
sole, comfort, or caress. 2. To res. 
pect. 3. To assist, support, or re- 
ceive kindly. 

£5£&=g) adaruvu, s. Protection, sup- 
port, aid, refuge. 2, Subsistence. 






Jil 



etf-Ana 



43 



«$-Apu 



wtfe^tfwadalabadala, adv. vide ejtf 
tf^tftf adarabadara. 

e?-sr» ada, «. vide esxyossskw adayamu. 

e3-sr > ^r > -s^ adabada, acfo. virfe esastf 
■5r>£tf adarabadara. 

es^osSsSw Adayamu, s. Profit, gain, 
income. 

e39 adi, s. A mark left in a book, to 
shew the place where the reader 
left off. 

e33 adi, adj. First, prior, s, The be- 
ginning, the origin. 

e33"$s&>2& adis'eshudu, 5. The chief 
of serpents, first of its kind. It is 
understood to have 1000 Heads, 
upon which it supports the earth, 
and it forms both the couch and 
canopy of the god Vishnu. 

e3&§"°£3 adukonu, v. a. To assist, aid, 
or protect. 

t5S^^ adoka, adj. lit. In the form of 
a cow's tail. Oval, sloping. 

^TptfsSw adharamu, s. A prop ; sup- 
port ; aid ; protection. 2. A recep- 
tacle, location. 

e3$ss^c;6a> adhipatyamu, s. Govern- 
ment. 2. Authority, 

C3"^o85s5^ adheyamu, adj. Placed ; 
deposited. 

C3tf ana, 5. An oath. 2. An adjura- 
tion. 3. A protestation. 4. A cita- 



tion on the part, or in the name 
of the Government, to arrest any 
one, or to oblige one to come to 
-justice. ess>"3fc» anabettu, To 
adjure. 

estf© anati, s. An order. 2. Permis- 
sion, leave. 

e3s>©-&\ anatitstsu, v. a. To say, tell, 
or relate ; applied to superiors 
addressing inferiors. 

«£*r»9o ana vain, 5. A mark or token. 

2. Boiled milk. 

&& anu, v. n. To lean, rest or recline 
upon. 2. To bear. 3. To drink, ts 
SooSb anintsu, v. a. To cause to 
lean, rest, or recline upon. 2. To 
place against a wall &c. &p£ ani- 
ka, s. A prop. &&$*& a'nukonu, v. 
Comp. To lean, rest, or recline 
upon. 

ttpsSdoO? anudubilla, 5. A semi-cir- 
cular pillow. 

&&&*£**» anupurvakamu, s. Or- 
der, method. 

v&vo anulu, s. Plu. Naik of iron &c. 

e^^^o, e«£* apattu, apada, s. Cala- 
mity, misfortune, adversity. 2. 
Danger, peril. 

&3J& apu, v. a. vide &&> atsu. 

Z3$ apu, s. An obstacle, or preven- 
tion. 2. An arrest. 3. Watching 
oardens or field*, vide e^fio agu, 

o 

and e*& tits a. 



e^ptf-Abhasa 



44 



e3oas©-Ayati 



e3l& ape, pro. feminine, demonstra- 
tive remote. She, applied to superi- 
ors only. 

«&*{$ apovu, v. n. To be satisfied. 

t3&«3^s5» aposanamu, 5. The sip- 
ping of water from the palm of 
the hand, as a religious ceremony, 
before or after meals. 

oag abaci da, s. A heifer, two years 
old. 

e3&£, ts£)"3 abida, abide, p*o. She, 
that woman. 

e3^8, S523o-o8 aburi, aburi, s. Honour, 
character. & 7 x>d$3} r .o&¥*& aburi- 
dakkintsukonu, To save, or retain 
one's character, when attacked. 

e3"3cBSe abeyya, s. vide &z>& abaclda. 

e32S^^o abo'tu, s. A bull which is 
marked, and is allowed to wander 
at large > in commemoration of a 
deceased person, or as consecrat- 
ed to some deity, es^sk^sk abo- 

turautu, Siva, whose vehicle is 
the bull. £5£r*ek£ptfa6» abotusora- 
mu, One of the seven notes in 
music. 

es^tfrasfca abharanamu, s. Ornament, 
decoration. 2. jewels. 

e^S^, e3^&> abhasamu, abhasu, 
s. Corruption. 2. Disorder, irregu- 
larity. 3. An indignity, or affront. 



e3s&2£ amada, s. The greatest Telu- 

gu measurement of extent, equal* 
to four coss, or about eight 
English miles. 

efsfcSo-db amatintsu, v. a. To invite 
the bridegroom and his relations 
during the celebration of a marri- 
age. 

ess&io amani, s. The season of spring 
or summer. 

55s5bs5x> amamu, 5. Mucus; bad secre- 
tions of the bowels, wafts' &>o ama- 
katta, A collection of mucus. 

e5sSbs52a amavada, s. A cake made of 
the pulse termed phaseolus radf- 
atus, soaked in curds. 

essSoo a'mu, 5. Fat. 

e^sfeocg^^&M £mudapuchettu s. The 
castor oil tree. wsfoaas&sSbS amu- 
dapumaddi? The sediment of cast- 
or oil. essfootfsxw amudamu, Castor 
oil. e3s5ao"cr>ex> amudalu, Castor 
oil seeds. 

es^ ame, pro. vide e?*2> ape. 

z$-gx>& ameta, s. The act of inviting 
or calling. 

ejc&s'sSw avakamu, 5. The mortgage 

of houses, land, or other real pro- 
perty. 

efcss© ayati,s.Future time. 2. Length- 

3. Dignity. e3oss$-r*&> ayatikadu, 

A man of rank. 



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45 



e3tf©-Arati 



tsosS ^s5» ayattainu, ad/. Dependant. 
2. Docile. 5. Readiness, prepara- 
tion, ssoss £$&> ayattapadu, To be 
prepared. 
C3a»^ ay ana, pro. He. The masc. 

honorific, demonstrative remote. 
t3cx6sS, G5c3Ss& ayapa, ayama, joro. 
She. .Fern, honorific demonstra- 
tive remote. 
e?ccSs5oo, «0B&s5aaSto> ayamu, ayamu- I 

pattu, s. A vital part. 
t5cc^3s5*> ayasamu, 5. Fatigue. 2. 

Trouble. 3. Displeasure. 
&oso&> ayittu, s. Convenience. 2. 

Eeadiness. 
^5d8bo^s3» ayudhamu, 5. A weapon ; 
an instrument ; a tool. t?c«oo££>tfc 
ayudhavidya, The science of arms, 
fcyosw^^o ayudhasala, An arsenal. 
Wca&oestfoak ayudhasthudu, An 
armed man. 
ssctfu^ ayuvu, s. Age : duration of 
life. fc3oa6os^o$£s5oo ayushmantamu, 
ac/;. Long lived, 
^oabo^ov ayussu, 5. »^e escfloo^ ayuvu. 

e5Sopr» ayena, This is the 3d. Person 
sing, of the past tense of &$> avu, 
To become, with the final ^ chang- 
ed into — °. ?5fex> at tu, Being pre- 
fixed to it, it is added to the past 
relative participle of any verb, to 



express the conditional mood, as 
T^3tf £0-0^075-° chesinattayena, If I, 
thou, he, she, it, we, you, or they 
do. 

etf ara, s. A Shoe maker's awl or 

knife, vide e3~3 are. 
estfctjrsSw arambbamu, s. A begin- 

nig; the commencement. t?tfo^)o 

•tSb arambhintsu, To begin, to com 

mence. 
es?^ arakati, s. A pilot. 
estfTC, e3tf tt* araga, araga, «cfe. Fully ' 

completely, vide eft am. 

<i5tf5\o3o aragintsu, v. a. To eat. estf 
ftoSsfoabo aragimpajeyu, e\ Caus. 
To cause to eat. etf 5\o$S) aragimpu, 
Eating. 2. An offering to the 
deity. These words are in common 
use amongst the Yishnuva sect ; 
by others they are applied only 
to persons of rank. 

estfaska arajamu, 5. Foppishness. 

e?tfk> arata, s. Rest, repose. 

t5Sdos5M aratamu, s. The affliction of 
lovers, arising from separation. 

estf© arati, s. An offering of lights, 
or of water, turmerick, and chun- 
am, in honor of a deity ; or to 
any individual, to take , off the 
supposed ill effects of evil looks. 
This ceremony is performed at 
marriage, or on other happy occa- 
sions. 



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46 



^5^^.Arjana 



^stfcsco araya, v. a. To inquire, seek, 
or search for. 

^s-o-'&s&o aratamu, s. vide e^tffeoss^ 
aratamu, 2. Violent pain, torment, 
aneruish. es-o-* &)-£»§£> aratamettu, 

O O 

To suffer the affliction of lovers, 
arising from separation. 2. To 
suffer violent pain, or torment. 

£5TT>$tfs5o3 aradlianamu, s. Worship, 
prayer. ^-ct-$o^> aradhintsu, To 
worship, to pray. e?-o^c£Q«6c» ara- 
dhyamu, adj. Worthy to be wor- 
shipped. 

t5Tr>2jSocex) aradhyulu, s.plu. A sect of 
Brahmans who wear the lingam, 
and worship Siva exclusively. 

€5-cps^s5m aramamu, s. A grove ; a 
garden. 

%3-<r>e&> arayu, v, a. vide estfcaco ara- 
yu. 

ea§&> aritiru, v. n. To perfect one's 
self ; to be perfect, qualified, ac- 
complished, or well versed in a 
thing. 

?5d~£tftix> ariveramu, s. An inclina- 
tion to excite quarrels. 2. Anxie- 
ty. 3. Confusion, esa^ tfo $)&&%> 
ariverampu tapasi, Narada, one 
of the great sages. 

^s& aru, v. n. To be full. This verb 
is used in composition only,_affix- 
ed to another word, as #-*o-sp& 



somparu, To be full of excellence, 
e^tf ara, adv. Well, fully ; as. "=3 
$er*tf£ofe3$ chevularavintini, I 
heard it well. lit. With my ears 
fully. o3-°£o-£ptfi&r° %$ nakandla- 
ratsustini, I saw it with my own 
eyes. Lit. with my eyes fully. 

t3&> aru, s. A line of hair, extending 
from the navel up towards the 
breast. 

es"3 are, inter j. expressive of appro- 
bation. 

ts -3, are, s. vide, tstf ara, 

e5"3§oew arekulu, s. plu. Watchmen. 

esS^KreSoo aroganamu. s. Eating, ey 
S^Kra-goo^b^ arogana monartsu, 
To eat. 

we^tfcsfco arogyamu, s. Health- 2. 
Recovery of health, adj. Salutary, 
salubrious. 

esS^sSra aroparia, s. An accusation. 
2. A false charge. 3. An imputa- 
tion. ssS^o-ifo aropintsu, To ac- 
cuse falsely. 2. To impute- 

wS^s^resSoa arohanamu, 5. Rising, 
ascending. 2. A stair. 3. The 
treble in music. 

£55" tf, ^tf^s&o arjana, arjanamu, s. 
Acquisition, gain, accumulation. 
ej?Q o-&> arjintsu, v* a. To acquire, 
to procure, to f get, to amass, to 



accumulate, zstf Sodk arjakudu, 



A 



£5 fcft5\ _AlTt.SU 



We; 



&»_Alasya 



man who acquires or procures. 
ej8 ^s&o arjitamu, adj. Acquir- 
ed, gained. 

e^-rr'x&sdoo arbhataniu, 5. A dreadful 
cry ; a fearful noise. 

*3~~dz6o arlevadlu, s. A particular 
species of paddy. 

e3&s& arracli, s. Infamy, scandal. 2. 
Uselessness. e3&3cl_r*s$ arradibo- 
vu, To be useless, to be the subject 
of scandal. 

t$€3^e>o arrapulu, s. -plu. A great 
noise, a shout. 

e5fcB"^e» arrikelu, s. plu. A species 
of grain, Paspalam frumentaceum. 

€5aj» arru, v. n. To be quenched, 
extinguished, or dried up. 2. To 
be mollified, appeased, or allayed. 
3. To grow cool. 4. To heal' up. 
5. To be lost or destoyed. As, r 6 
SsSr'fcltfa kopamarrinadi, Anger is 
allayed. w^_vr»_li_r*i5b;^ L a anna- 
marripotsunnadi, The food grows 
cold. -n^csS^j-s&M-ift^a gayamarru 
tsunnadi, The wound heals up. 
^S^SsxcsSr."!^ vanibhavishya- 
marrenu, His honour is lost. 

t?ftso\ arrtsu, v. a. To quench, extin- 
guish, or dry up. 2. To appease 
or allay. 3. To cool. 4. To cure 
a wound. 5. To destroy. 6. To 
move the evelid. v. n. To cry a- 



loud, to shout. €5«w^°-X), «ea^oo 

arrupulu, arrpulu, 5. plu. Loud 
cries, shouts. esea^ arrpu, v. a. 
The same as esom arrfcsn. In its 

Xj 

active sense, 
esaso arru, adj. Numeral Six. e&jw9 

gfr-gj^sr^rtb arrurikkalaprogu, s. 

The third lunar mansion. es^iccr- 

sSooe;-^^ arruniomulasanii, s. Lit. 

The six faced god. 
e3«x>$5b<^£:£ arruruudavu, v.n. To be 

at sixes and sevens ; to be in 

confusion. 
e3<y§o-db alakintsu, v. a. To hear 

listen, or attend to. 

e3<y£rSi9o alapotu, s. A bull, vide e3 
00 alu. 

e5e)s5w alamu, s. War, battle. 2. Dis- 
respect. 

&5e)OSS<6M alayamu,5. A house, abode, 
or edifice. 2. A temple. 3. A place 
of refuge. 

es^a atari, adj. Independent, without 
control. 

esossfeosfeo alavattamu, s. A large- 
parasol, which hangs perpendicu- 
larly from its staff. 

tsejtfcsSw alasyamu, 5. Sloth, inactivi- 
ty, procrastination, idleness, adj. 
Idle, slothful. Q3v%o& alasintsu, 
To delay, defer, or stop. 2. To 
trifle time away. 



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.Alu 



48 



e35Js5M-Avamu 



?3ij-°) £5iP»^b, ?3cr>fotf ala, alagu, ala- 
guna, adv. Thus, so, In that manner. | 
e?er*t3, y^KotS alati, alaganti, ■ 
adf Such. 

e3°r°sstf alapana, 5. The humming of I 
a tune. 2. Reflexion, thought. 

«er^s5s5» alapamu, s> Conversation, 
discourse. 2. Expression of grief, j 
eser°S)o-i5b^lapintsu, To grieve, to \ 
cry. I 

ejer^ososs^ alayamu, s. Readiness, pre 
paration. es^osSsSo^) alayamavu, ; 
v. n. To be ready or prepared. | 

^5Do?C^s6xt alinganamn, s. An em- ! 
brace. 

esSo-tfo alintsu,?. a .To hear or listen, j 
vide es&So-tfb alakintsu. 

fcsS&s^ alichippa, 5. A bivalve shell. I 

esew alu, 5. A wife. This word in j 
composition is converted into -o* ; 
00 ralu, and expresses a female ! 
in general. e3©3So^s3-*&> alivanka- ; 
varu, lit. Those of the wife's side. I 
Relations by marriage. £3 DloS" 5 ^ I 
alisaidodu, A wife's brother or j 
sister. 

f3°)o alu, 5. flu. Cows, feine. Z3v-r^ 
ssa alagapari, A cow-herd. 2. Vi- \ 
shnu, in his incarnation as Krish- | 
na, because he was then for some j 
time a cowherd. 



C3er r *g'tfa6N > fc5er*£s5a> alokanamu, alo 
kamu, 5. Sight, looking. 2. Light. 
es^§o-&> alokintsu, v. a. To see 
or look. 

eser^-srtf alochana, s. Looking at, or 
examining any thing. 2. Consul- 
tation, consideration, reflexion, 
deliberation. 3. Advice, council. 
4. View, intention. This word has 
now become applied to the council 
of Government, and eser^-js'tfg'^s- 
alochanakarta, Is the usual term 
for a member of council. <^er*£)o-&> 
alochintsu, v. a. To view, consider, 
consult, deliberate, or reflect. 

esg) aliu, s. A species of gram, vide 

e5fe3"l2w arrikelu. 
esss" ava, 5. Low ground outside of 

a village. 2. Mustard seed. 3. 

Recollection essy^ab avaparu, v. 

n. To come to one's recollection. 

e3tfaSrȣoclT*csS avamamidikaya. 

Mangoe pickle, made with mus- 
tard seed and oil. 
e5ssfeSo-t5D avatintsu, 0. n. To inhale 

air ; as »r»2& tv® e?ss*3o-£) ^©"Issb 
vadu gali avatinehi l;-ratikenu, He 
lived upon air. i. e. He had no 
means of subsistence. 

Z5$&z)tf^bx> avadabirachettu, s. A 
bitter acute angled cucumber. 

fcssSsSoo avamu, s. Mustard seed, vide 
esss ava, 2. A kiln, for burning- 
bricks, pots, tiles, <fce. 



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e^tfc-Asofearya 



zsztfn&x) aVararamu, s. The space 
■losed round a house, or gai 
€55 8 o-i53 avarintsuj To surround 

or encompass. 
ess tftfoo avartamu, s. A whirlpool 

2. Hair naturally curled, 
essfej avala, ocfo. e?i«fe. es? d'*: avatala, 

ii p. n To yawn. 
to gape. s. e3ss£o3 avalinta, ^ aw- 
ning. 
W*r»sfr»«S*tao fv -, s. The : 

cation of the deity, or of evil 
spirits, by mystical words. 2. The 
bringing down the spirit of the 
deli; iols. 

es avi. s. Vapour, exhalations irom 

. ! 

t5£&, ye "3 avi la, a vide, pro, 
e?£)£ abida. 

was aviri, 5. Steam or vapour. 2. 
The heat of the breath. 

e3S>$rE-£o^b, t''fr f 00 av rid- 
tea,avirbhaviliu, y. ,7. To be born. 

es^ avu, g. A govt. ^p»Soc^»^) fcaudi- 
yavu, A cow with calf. ^g ^^ 
padiyavu, A mi ch cow- &$(&%&>. 
& avunupituku, To milk a cow* 

w«gSo-& avulintsu, v. n. tide. ejtfSo 
■tfcfavalitrtsu. 

er^tftfsSab gvesanamu, 5. A manufac- 
tory, or work-shop. 



es^^sSx avesamsi, s Inspiration by 

the deity. 2. Possession by evil 
rits. 3. Fury; demoniacal frenzy. 
esamuvatstsu, do 
be inspired by the deity ; to be 
possessed by an evil spirit. 
S3? asaij s. Love, ati nt. 2. 

Desi y kind ; curi- 

ae S. Hope- ts^iS^b a- 
Eapadu, To f 11 in love 2. To 
: : etj or long for. ts$T;ex> 
re, encourage, 
r give hope?, y^^-s^do as 
takuciu, A very ambitious or av- 
aricious man. 
t5l^-ss*^s5ai, Z3§Tr>*is&& asirvachana 
inn, asirvadamu, s. A blessing, or 
r&oiSd asirvadm- 
tsu, 'jo bless, to give a benedic- 
tion. e3#3ov asTssu, A blessing. 
?3W ' :■:- . m, s. The 

term of ■mourning on the death of 
a relative, or of imaginary pollu- 
tion, proceeding from the birth 
of a child : during which the Hin- 
doos c uisider themselves impure. 
The f .rrn^r is corn lionly tei 
o5b> v w° w° tS b^ mritasauchamn, The 
lat ter gr° •&* W° ■£ sSx j i t a sa u el 1 am ■ . 
t5S\tf<;s&» ascharyamn, 5. Wonder, 
astonishment. 2. Surprize 3. Ad- 
miration. 

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50 



ei;Ktf,.Ahara 



e3"^sls5x> asleshamu, s. An embrace. 
e3*^txo-& asleshintsu, To embrace; 
to clasp. 

e3*octfo2s;6M, ^Sotfsko asvayujamu, 
asvinamu, 5. The 7 th. Telugu 
lunar month-, that in which the 
moon's change takes place, when 
the sun is in Libra. 

wt^SsSw) as'vasamu, s, A chapter or 
section. 2. Consolation. 

C3sS^(^^» ashadhamu, s. The 4 th. 
Telugu lunar month ; that in 
which the moon's change takes 
place when the sun is in Cancer. 

t5# asa, .?. vide. es^ asa. 

e3tf I asakti, 5. Ardent attachment 
to one object or pursuit ; inclina- 
tion. 

e3^^ssoo asanamu, s. Any thing to 

sit upon ; a mat, tiger skin, seat, 
stool. &c. 2. The anus. 

eitf^jSp.tfsSM asaprasamu , s. Hard 
breathing, from great oppression 
or fatigue. 

pjrSxy asara, s 

yamu. 
t5^r»,«j &sanu, £ 

tion. 
e3^n>&^ asami, 5. An individual. 2. 

An employment. 
t53o as it, 5 Three sticks, in a line, 

fixed in the ground, on which 



vide e3 ^.o^sSw asra- 



support, pro tec- 



cotton thread is placed, always 
passing the middle one so as to 
form the figure 8 ; this is done to 
prepare the warp, without entan- 
glement, for the loom. ts&'S^s 
asukovi, A small hollow bamboo, 
through which ihe thread is pass- 
ed, when placed as above. 

Z3$*-Gr> asoda, s. Rest, refreshment. 

e3^H>k_tfs5x> askaramu, s Basis, 
ground, foundation. 2. Support, 
countenance. 

e3 % asti, .<?. Property, effects, wealth, 
capital, riches, estate. Z3%-5^$) 
astikapu, A rich person ; a rich 
ryot. 

t5 %&&> astikullu, s. A man who 
acknowledges the existence of a 
god, in opposition to ^r> %$c£o na- 
stikudu, An atheist. 

! e^£ astha, s. Regard, fondness. 

\ '■ 9 

I w^tfa^, e3^r»J) asthanamu, asthani, 

s. A hall of audience. 2. A court 

of justice. 3. The assembled court 

of a prince. 
t3^8s5w aspadamu, s. Place, room. 

2. Situation. 3. Basis, ground, 

authority. 4. Support. 
o?x€ aha, inter j. Denoting Wonder, 

sorrow, gladness, 
e^tf^oo aharamu, s. Food, nourish 7 

ment. 2. Taking, conveying. 



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e3^8 ahuti, s. Offering oblations, 
with fire. 

wsH^sfoa ahvanarau, s. A summons; 
calling. 

e3"S\^A» akshepamii, s. Censure, 
blame, reproach. 2. A criticism. 
3. Objection. 4. A quest I on. tsli* 
gjo-db akshepintso, To criticise, to 
object, to question. »-a*"<t\;S<6w ni- 
rakshepamu, Above all question; 
blame, or reproach. 

«J 

sj i, The third letter in the Telngu 
alphabet. 

3,c^ inka, adv. Hereafter. 2. More. 

s>o"t* inka, adv. Yet; still. 2. More. 

spsb inku, v. rc. To evaporate, or dry 
up. 

goK*fc» ingamu, 5. Any thing move- 
able, or locomotive. 2. A hint, 
sign, or gesture. 

3oXe>s5x> ingalamu, s. Fire. 2. Char- 
coal. 

30 -7^^5500 ingalamu. s. Charcoal. 

e[oAc£'s&» ingitamu, 5. A hint, sign, 
or Gesture. 2. Inquiry, research. 
3. Motion, 

goA^sfoo, gc^Ss'ofoo ingilamti, ingili- 

kamn, s. Vermilion. 
i|o7«o55,s|o^)sgingnva. inguvu, .<?. As- 

safcetida. 



sioi5b^ intsuka, acfy". Very little. 

^oa&Sfco-C^ intsumintsavu, p. n> To' 
be a little on either side of a 
certain limit, as regards quantit}-, 
or time, sjo oSb &3o-3D7r° intsumintsu 
ga, On either side of a certain 
limit, as regards quantity, or time. 

sjo"35"°:xft> in deb a yu, -y. ?i. To be 
cracked, or split. 

s|o$$ inta, An indeclinable adjective 
and substantive pronoun. So, 
many, so much, such. 2. This; as 
many as this, as much as this, such 
as this. It is the proximate of 
t5ce£ anta, q. v. This word is some 
times used in the plural ; as s>o«£ 
ex>r^oN ewintalukannulu, Byes such 
as these. Mann Charitra. qq6 ~6 
Sussex) intalesi panulu, So many 
great affairs as these. 3 oil inte, 
This is all. 

sic© inti, s. A woman. 

Qo&^bn intotu, pro. vide. s>o^ inta. 

sjocS inda, inter j. Come here. 2. 
Here it is ; hold. qo&'oS indancli, 
Is used honorificallyfor 30S inda. 

sfoesaaS', qo75-**f indannka, indaka, 
adv. As far as this, until this time. 
2. Just before this time. The proxi- 
mate of &o-zr>g andaka, q. v. 

gotfeao indarru, Indef. pro. So many. 



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S|&\.ItstftU 



30& inda, pro. Defective, This *, the 
•proximate of «■$$& andu, q. v. ado. 
Here. 

6j..o.abor»tf*fea indayaramu, & /if. The 
day of the moon. Monday. 

qo^er^sfoo indrajakmir, 5. dag- 
gling. 2. Enchantment. 

si ,s o8o-sS>3 i i.s d riya inn , s. A ny of the 

five senses. 2. Any of the passions. 
3. The seminal fluid* 

cjo ab.^b indrudii, 5. Ii dra, the deity 
presiding over Swarga, or the 
Hindoo paradise, and over the se- 
condary divinities. 

siosg) impn, adj. Agreeable, delicious,, 

sjY, q^?5S, qg'sxro^^ ika, ikanu, ika- 
mida'a, acfo?. In future, -hencefor- 
ward,, hereafter. 

^S^- ikka, $. A house. 

$§^-2* ikkada, ado. Here ; the proxi- 
mate of ws^-.^ akkada, g. #; 

SiKsfoa igainu, 5. Frost, pide ^Sj5» 
ipamu. 

si^SoxSb igilintsu, v. n. To grin, to 
shew the teeth. 2. To neigh. q% 
80$ igilimpn,A grin. 2. Neighing, 

53K0& iguru, v. n. To be deep 
2. To be evaporated, or dried Lip. 
ssi?CS13*:» igarabotjn, To prepare 
rice with such a quantity of water 
as nearly evaporates by the time 
the rice is boiled. 



£;>&&> iguru, 5. A sprout, or young 
leaf. 2. The gum. vide^rfoti-^fci 
&-tir>ti chiguru-igurugera, Curry, 
generally made of young vegeta- 
bles, without any tamarind juice in 
it. s|/fo&>'<sr 8 &, q.^bbes^cS igurubo- 
di, iguruboni, A young woman, 
because she is compared to a ten- 
der leaf. £j?*b?5o\ igurtsu, To bud, 
to sprout* to shoot forth. aAa N oiob 
igirpintsu, To cause to bud, &c. 

q^o iggu, v. a. To pull, to drag, to 
draw. £;/foy-°<b -iggu lata, Mutual 
pulling. £,y£)ir°£o igguladu, To pull 
mutually, to drag each other. 

qtf&o itsata, a<&>. Here. It is the 
proximate of wtf&> ast'ata. c. p. 

sjSS^jSm itstsatamu, 5. Flattery. 2. 
Coaxing, wheedling, cajoling, gj 
# v £ «6ac er» ^0 i t s t sa k a m a la d u , To 
flatter, coax, wheedle, cajole, or 
allure. 

q -ET> ft %fc itstsagint&u, p . «. C on sent ; 
to agree. 

q^\ itstsu, e; a. To give. I his verb 
is irregular in the infinitive, and 
2d. Person of the affirmative im- 
perative. In the former, it makes 
©,.x'n, sioBSg ivva, iyya, To 'give ; in 
the latter, e?,qx>§ ivyi, give thou, 
and g^csSgoS iyyand', give ye, 



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xT'vfe-s^v, st^to itstsoia-ifs- 



■^ ^ A 



tso, itstsota, ftt/y, *icfe s^to itsak. 

a-S\ ichchha, a-. Wish, desire. 2. Love. 
3. Will, pleasure. ^omoiId ich- 
chhayintsu, To wish, desire, Or 
love- ln^7P sweehchhaga, adv i 
A ccord ing to one's own pleasure ; 
at liberty. 

q^T'-^p' idaapha, 5. Air increase or 
augmentation. 2. A surplus or 
profit. 

qar ^ idzara, s. An income of vari- 
able amount, rented for a fixed 
sum ; a farm ; a rent, s; 2^-0^ it* 
&>&> idzaradarudu, A renter or 
farmer, s st 9 -a* 3 oaC» idzaracheyu, 
To rent or farm. 

eizf'db idzaru, 5. Long drawers, or 
trowsers ; such as are worn by 
Mussulmans, or Hindoo dancing 
women, 

sts»Xb idzugu, s. Distress, misfortune, 
trouble. 

oto ifca, flcZt\ Here, in this place. The 
prox'mate of &bo ata, q. v. 

a,fc3~§ itike, .<?. A brick. 

a,&o itu, particle. Here. 2. This. 3. 
So. ncfe tsfeoo-s;^^DfeS atu-ituvan 
ti, Like this; such as this. 

3&oen5>o ittalamu, a$. Great. 



s^3 itti, adj. pro. Such ; like this. 
The proximate of e*3 atti, q.v. 

3fc»e»-s&r»-®&r»7«b, saw ittula-itla, 
itlagu, itlu, a<iy. Thus, in this 
manner ; so, in a manner such as 
this; the proximate of «&r» alia, 
q. v. 

^%3&> idiyu, v. n. To be split or 
cracked. sjS&Sdfo idisipadu, To 
fall to pieces. si&osJr , 4» idiyago- 
ttn, To demolish. 

sj&j idu, e>. «. To give. 2. To place 
or put- s;£&r*xfo idukonu, To place 
for one's own use. 

gjS&.sfco idumu, s. Difficulty; trouble; 
misfortune. 

q"3tf iddena, 5. A c%ke made of flour, 
and boiled m steam. 

gSSStfafca itahparamu, <%&>. Here- 
after. 

a^^o itadu/pra He. Applied hono- 
riflcally. It is the proximate of 
&£&> atadu, q. v. 

a.£tf*»o itaramu, aefc;. Other ; diffe- 
rent. 

qSsfrftfsfcw itihasamu, s. History; 

traditional accounts of former 

events; ancient legends, 

a s>& ittadi, .?. Brass, a$. Brazen. 
• 



"s|;fc£>:-Inumi 54 



ssSaasSc-ltnudu 



s^a idi, pro. She. 2. It. 3. This, the 
proximate of e^a Mi q. v. s^ay^^bo 
<^b idTgantmdir. 

£>a"7fo-° 5 QtSoTkr' idigo, idugo, inter, 
Look here. 2. Here it is. the 
proximate of &SK* adigo q. v. 

s256o iddaru, The masc. and fern, of 
the neuter numeral ~$c£k rendu, 
Two, whether used as an adjective 
or substantive. When the. final 
vowel is lengthened, or pronoun- 
ced with emphasis or when &^ 
nnn, is added to this word, it 
denotes Both. 

g."3tf iddesa, adv. On th : sside; here. 

gp-;6*> inamu', s. A present or gift. 
2. An. alienation by Government, 
to an individual, of the whole of 
the revenue payable to them from 
a denned portion of land. 

3 {So So inuku, v. n. vide. s^o§b inku. 

qsfcs&& mmnadi, adj. Double, two 
fold. ^|So55oao^b inumadintsu v. a. 
To double. 

sjf&s&tfs&^b inumanamadu, 5. lit-- A 
second grandson. A great grand" 
son. s^s&tfs&Tr>£K> inumanamaraiu 
A great grand daughter. 

s|;&3p«» inumarrn, adv. Twice. 

s!^b3^§^_D inumikkili, adv. Twice 
as much. 



qsbsSro inumu, s. Iron, s^sS inupa, 
inflected adj. Iron, $£&$&oefoexi 
inupakundulu, Iron pivots, placed 
in the wall, upon, which the hinges 
of a door or shutter turn. 

q^ inni, adj. Collective, in the 
neuter gender. So many, as many 
as this. It is the proximate of e>$^ 
anni 'q. v. 

Qi&n>\ mo irmurru, A numeral adj. or 
sub. Two hundred. When inflec- 
ted as a subs. It makes su$t^l*3 
innuti. 

ssfft* 6-tfb ippintsu, v. caus. To cause 
to give ; the causal form of s}3b\ 
itstsu, p. v. 

SisSsi^i ippudu, adv. Now ; at this 
time. It is the proximate of tj^^o 
appndn,_p. v. and admits, like it, of 
inflexions^ ^^o^ippativandlu. 
The people of these days. s^sVefas 
-SK j3r°2& ippudevachchinadu, He is 
just come. 

su-xcaibbandi, 6*. Distress, calamity, 

« dificulty. 2. A period of distress 
&c. 3. Ambiguity. 

si»\oa-7r»&> ibbandigadu, s. A bear. 

sj»v^ ibbadi, adj. vide. sj&skS inu 
madi. 

sjs5m^o imudu, v. w. To be held, con- 
tained, or comprized, within a cer 
tain limit of extent, or space of 



i&Kb-Irusfu 



5.5 



qLs^.Ilako 



time. sj<sao?.&\ iniudtsu, v. a. To 
hold, retain, or include, within a 
certain limit of extent or space of 
time. 2. To abridge, retrench, or 
abbreviate, Q-&&) £of & hnuduko- 
nu, To reserve within one's self. 
s,s<o_,<S immadi, adj. vide s;psSj&& inu 

madi. 
s^ ( immn, s. A house. 2. Favor, 3. 

A favorable conjuncture. 
sja8Scr°?» iyyakomi, v. a. To consent. 
siaE6o§"°ex>^) iyyakolupu v. cans. 
To cause to consent. 
S.S3) iravu, 5. A house, an abode 
£;$■%) o& iravondu, v. a. To shine 
s.tf7r°2» irasalu, s. A remittance. « 

a.tf> iru, adj. Two. 2. Both, a.?fc*7?«:o 
Spew, a&-^>j- iragelankulu, iru 
fcsakki, both sides, gj&jr*^ irugo 

ru, Both the Government and the 
inhabitants, share of the produce. 
s^dbT^ewefcl^. irutsaludukki, A 
e ploughed field. 

^&fo irugu, s. The neighbourhood, 
the vicinity, adj. Neighbouring, 
adjoining. a.&?fo^«b7fo ifuguporu- 
ga, 8. Neighbours, adj. Neigh- 
bouring. The first part of this 
puraBe refers to those on the right 
hand or behind : the other to 
those on the left, or in front. 



si&Tfc&^fex iruguduchettu.s. A tree, 

a.boex> irulu, s. plu. Darkness. 

q^to irusa, s. A measure of capacity, 

equal to half a tooin. 
s^eJ irri, s. Smallness, littleness. 

s^eJoco) irrivu, v. a. To be united 
or joined with. 2. To be squeezed, 
crushed; or smashed. 3. To be re- 
duced to powder. 

gs3o§o, a.eJ3o3b irruku, irrikintsu, v. 
a, To press, squeeze, or crush, 
between two substances. 2. To 
insert with difficulty. s . Strait ; 
difficulty; distress; narrowness, 
s, 69 % o S irrakan d i , S tr a i t, difii cu 1- 
tj, distress, aess&ssSoo, Q<b9-r*&&» 
krakatatttu, irrakatamu, Strait- 
ness, narrowness, closeness, ael§ 

§^sb, a/wxj&r^ssb, st«ttr»k_s6 irriki- 
konu, irrukukonu, irrukkonu, To 
get one's self entangled; as ^s^eK" 
sSooer* s}M»r° sb udyogamulo irru- 
kkonu, To get one's self appointed 

to a situation, ^otfeser^aaacr* so 

^ xr~ 

tondarralo irrukkonu, To be en? 
tangled in difficulty. 
s^mo^o irrusu, *, An axle tree. 

aeJ irrri, 5. A de-er. 

s^o|os£w irrrinkalu, 5. _p/w. Staring. 

aag'esTfc ilakarratsu, ?;. a. To gnash 



the teeth. 

».<r*g ilakodi. s. An old cricket. 



sjsxafoa-Ishtamu I 

sje>3StfsS» ilavaramu,,s. A hut without 
walls. 

s^-s^ilaka, s. Depend en ce, relation, 
connexion, 2. Charge, possession, 

sjwSb iluku, s. The cramp 2. A sprain 
TS^Sb s^e»§bo«tfa naka ilnkubatti- 
nadi, The cramp has seized me. 

©ej^sfce) illanialli, 5. A tell-tale. 2. 
Backbiting. 

Sjew illu, s. A house. This word is 
irregular in its inflexion. 

s^3e> ivatala, odo. This side. 2. He- 
reafter. 3. Nearer. The proximate 
of wtf ; iw avatala, q> v. 

s>s?&o ivamu, $• Frost. siss£a>e&r»^> 
ivamusuduj The sun. fi^e ^xja&o 
igamu. 

st#«fc ivuru, 5. A shoot or sprout. 

sjtxS' ishika, *• A painter's brush. 2. 
A blade of grass. 3. A reed or pen. 

s^sfc ishu, «;zde s^fe»j s;ssp#ofe3 itii, ishu 
vanti, Like this, such as this. 

ssxs5*> ishtamu, s. "Wish; desire,- 2- 
Pleasure ; will. 3. Love ; loudness. 
4. An act of sacrifice ; an offer- 
ing, adj. Beloved, fond of. 2. De- 
sired. 3. Agreeable, q-^JT 6 !* isk- 

SJ G 

tagoshthi, An agreeable company, 
s^^sssfoc ishtalapamu, Agreeable 
conversation. 



Sj3\o3o-lkshvaku 



, 



Q&g isuka, s. Sand. adj. Sandy. 
pSar©"^, S^Joo^a^, S^S/ftwH isuka 
tinr.e, isukadinne, isukadibba, A 
sand bank. 2. Hillocks of sand. 3. 
An island of alluvial formation. 
ei&>g'£r ,, o&> isukadon'u, A kind 
offish. 

si^csfcoel is u mania, rvr/j. Small ; 
minute. 

sj^og isullu, .<?. plu. A species of 
winged ant which flies to the 
light, generally in the evening, 
after rain. It is easily caught in 
swarms, and being deprived of its 
wings, is fried and eaten by the 
fc lower classes of Hindoos, who 
esteem it a delicacy. I believe it 
is the Termes in a particular state. 

Z{h\ issi, inter j. Expressive of dis- 
gust, pain, or sorrow, 

s^rooss, £}<&;£ istava, istuvu, s. Pro- 
perty ; estate. 

SjsKafco ihamu, s.The present world; 
our present state or existence ; 
in oppostion to £$s$3o paramu, A 
future state. 

s^q&isb ikshvakudu, s. The first 
monarch in the line of Surya, or 
the sun, winch commenced with 
the second Yuga, or age of the 
Hindoos. 



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57 



-m^Jta 



&> f, The fourth letter in the Telu- 
gu alphabet. 2. The indeclinable 
proximate demonstrative pro- 
noun, This : as -&>£S) italli, This 

CO 

mother. 4&r°2&&2» ikodukulu, 

These sons. 

■&>o & »r>&> indravadu, 5. A toddy- 
drawer .; any individual of that 
caste whose profession it is to ex- 
tract the juice of the date palmy- 
ra, or cocoa-nut tree. They are 
otten employed as palankeen 
bearers. 

-&S£ ikacla, adv. vide sjSfr-tf ikkada. 

-S*§b iku, v. n. ride g. & inku. 

-£i§b# ikuva, s. Dampness, wetness. 

-£*""§ ike, s. A feather. 

-g*"1 ike, pro. Fern, vide -gi-a ipo. 

.g^ iga, *, A fly. -gvtf^D igapuli, A 
spider. -£*?Oyo£*rox>&r ,, £> L a igalu- 
musurukonnavi, The flies fixed or 
settled, lit. Covered. 

■£** fgi, s. Giving ; a gift. 2. Genero- 
sity, vide ^hti ivi, and sj-eSon itstsu. 

-£*ftb igu, p. a. To lose. v. n. To be 
subordinate or subject to another. 

-&>-s'^«&>e> itsachetula, adj. Lean- 
armed, wither-arrned. 

^aSb^sb-*^ itsukapovu, v. n. To mis- 
carry, to have a premature birth. 
This word is applied to animals 
only, not to the human species. 



-&>!o ite, s. A spear ; a barbed dart. 
-&2» ida, adv. Here, vide s^?_£ 

ikkada, -gigar*^ idabovu, To 

retire, to retreat. 

-g*c!ft<ya£& idigilabadu, v. n. To 

stop or halt, from weariness in 
walking. 

■&>&!? T>y>&> idigevadu, s- vide -&>o,£, 

sro&i indravadu. 
-&>&> idn, s. Age. 2. Time of life. 3. 

Puberty. 4. Pawn, mortgage. 
-&>2& o& iclntsu, ^. a. e?iJg-^>^v idtsu. 

-&s>&><6*>os£ idumunta, s. An earthen 
pot, in which milk is ustiall}* drawn 
from the cow. 

-&>^tfb ideru, v. n. To reach the 
age of puberty. 2. To be effected, 
accomplished, or fulfilled. -&>"^tf^ 
iderstu, v. a. To fulfil, accom- 
plish, or effect. 

•&&>\ idtsu, v. a. To draw, pull, or 
drag. -S*£&*2), -gi^ iclupu, idpu, 
Pulling, dragging, 2. Hard brea- 
thing previous to death. 3. A pain 
in the side. 4. The contraction of 
a limb. 

-g4e£ ita, adj. Of or belonging to the 
date tree. -S^^ew itakallu, Toddy, 
the fermented liquor drawn from 
the date tree. s. Swimming. 2. 
The act of bringing forth, as ap- 
plied to animals only, not to ths 
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58 



-&>e»Ko-ilurm 



human species, -gig-gooss itakaya, 
A canoe formed from the trunk 
of the palmyra tree. 2. A long- 
gourd, dried, used in swimming. 
-^sSJr&w itagottu, To swim. 

■&.&7T 1 &>,-&%&&>, -&>$£;& itagadu, lta- 
du, itanu, pro. He, this man, used 
Jionoiifically ; it is the proximate 
of Z3&-7r>&> atagadu, q. v. 

•&>&$ idara, s. The east wind. 

•g4&> idu, v. n. To swim. -&>&zr>&> 
iduladu, To swim. s. The date 
tree. -S}&>^feo idulata, Swimming, 
spor^ng in water, 

-£-*& sg)fis'inapuclaka,5. A blade of Jong 
grass, of which brooms are made. 

-£%s6 inu, v. a. To produce, as flejds 
of grain. 2. To bring forth young, 
applied to animals only, not to 
the hn m an s p ecies - •£*§>$ &&> $ ini- 
kayavu, A cow about to calve. 

•£*"<& ine, s. The fibre of a leaf. 

-&*a ipi, s. A nit. 

4;i~Sj ipe, pro. Fern. Demonstrative 

She; applied to superiors only; it 
is the proximate of t3~a ape, q. v. 

-&>%&, -£*£)"S ibida, ibicle, pro. She, 
this woman ; it is the proximate 
of e50& abida, q. v- 

^5x9 imiri, s Wet, moist. 

-e-%-30 iriie, ;?ro, vide -g*"3>ipe. 



-&>c*6tf lyana, ^ro. He, this man ; 
the masc. Honorific demonstra- 
tive, proximate of eocstf ay ana, 
q. v. 

-&>osS3, -&°oK5s5b iyapa, lyama, pro. 
She. this woman; the fern. Honori- 
fic demonstrative, proximate of 
efocSsfc ayama, q v. 

-£i#s5*> iramu, s. A bush. 

-&>Tj-*eso irarru, a J;'. Numeral Twelve. 

-^»8^e» irikalu, s. _pfo. Pieces, bits. 
remnants,slices. 2. Sprouts, shoots, 

-&,& iru, 5. A nit. 2. Flesh, meat, 
a/y. Two 2. Low, mean, ^m Yon. 
-&>*& "3>tf, -^"BjjS' irupena, irpena, 
A comb for extracting nits or lice 
-^."SewAo irehigu, A Jow voice. 

-&>&>\ irtsn, To comb out nits. 

-&.&-5P& irubaru, adv. Freely, at 
liberty. 

•&>tiw° tfvo irataralui s. plu. More or 
less. 

■&>& lia, .5. Whistling. -&>e^d3oo ila- 
veyn, To whistle. 

-g*e)§'ef>-& llakarratsu, v. n. vide. qe> 
£e3-& ilakarratsu. 

-g*er>, -&>er»7fc, &°r>fo# Ha, ilagu, i- 
laguna, adv- Thus, so, in this man- 
ner ; the proximate of e3-y» ala, 

&C. £. v. 
•£*e»7fc il u g' T , v. rc. To die, to lose life. 



6oft-Ungi 



•9 



fe^-Ukka 



-&>sx>$ iluvu, s. Courage. 

-&>5So ivala, adv. vide qs5^e> ivatala 

-£*& ivi, s. A gift. e?to -&>ft igi. 

-&,$ ivu, ^>ro. Thou. 

-^^«.sscr»j«b fvulamranu, 5. The fabu 

lotis tree in Indra's heaven, which j 

yields whatever is desired. 
■£*&&> ishattu, a<8/. Slight, small,- 

little. 
-&>?5&ot5o isadintsu, v. a. To hate, 

abhor, Or dislike. -£%s&o$j) Ssadi- 

mpu, Dislike, hatred. 

& u, The fifth letter in the Telugu 

alphabet. 
^rolo^ unkintsu, v. n- To endeav- 
our. 2. To be read} r , or prepared. 
^roSosS' unkuva, 5. A marriage porti- 
on, or dowry ; the peculiar pro- 
perty of a woman, given to her at 
her marriage by her father-in-law, 
or other relatives. 
&oXtfs5» ungaramu. 5. A ring. ^oXtf 
^)^ex> imgarapnvrelu, The ring 
finger, that next the little one. 
&o%& ungidi, s. A disease amongst 
cattle, arising from their grazing 
on the sprouts of cut JonnaLu; the 
great millet or Hulcns Sacchara- 
tus ; or from their eating the 
leaves of the castor oil tree, Palraa 
Christi. 



6ro-& untsa, v. a. To place, to put. 

2. To keep, to retain, to preserve. 

3. To leave. ^o©r°s& unchikonu, 
■v. Gomp. To keep or retain for 
one's own use ; to entertain in a 
service or employment. 

&o&h &o& unta, un ]a, s. A round 
earthen bail, a pellet. 2. A pill. 
&060S00 untavillu, A pellet-bow. 

£ro&-£)g>"^o3oo undachitluveyu, To 
ballot." 

&o2& undu, v. n. To be, to exist. 2. 
To reside or remain. This verb 
governing the dative case, expres- 
ses the English verb to have, or 
possess. T^&>oooo&r s &-F° t ^rr > va- 
dumtlounnada, Is he at home ? 
sxr»e£o,&. a-^N Xs^mitandriunnada, 
Is your father alive ? iStfsy^r^^ 
sSwer* 5SaatfsS»ex>^ofe3$ nenu agra- 
mamulo padidinamulu untini, 
I remained in that village ten 
days. 

&o & , 60 2s 1 sd» unclra, undramu, s. 
vide &ob unta, adj. Round. 

dramulu, undralu, undraiiu, s. plu. 
Round cakes, like balls, parti- 
cularly such as are used as offer- 
ings to Ganesa. 
e^s^L ukka, 5. Closeness ; sultriness; 
confined heat ; still warmth. 



&X &o-Uggadin 



m 



&^e&-Ugrudu 



^^ifsSw ukkalamu, s. An intrench- 
ment, round a camp. 2., An ad- 
vanced guard in front of a camp. 

& §/,_ e© 1^. Bess $ ukkiribikkiriya vu, 
v. n. To be suffocated ; to be op- 
pressed by a close, sultry, or still 
neat. 

^S^-ss^m ukkivamu, adj. Inferior,* 
low, mean, 

&%_ ukku, s. Steel. 2.. Strength. 
3. Pride. ^§o^_^l? ukkutige, Steel 
wire. &gok_&>$oso ukkutuniya, lit. 
A piece of steel. A brave, sharp, 
or active man. ^g^ss-flo ukkana- 
gu, To- suffer a diminution of 
strength,, or a reduction of pride-, 
to be disheartened. ar^_.ra^o-i5bj 
^s^-ra-ab ukkanagintsu, ukkaria- 
tsu, To weaken another's- strength, 
or humble his pride, to dishearten. 

d&'l^iw ukkerra, s. Baked flour, ge- 
nerally mixed with sugar, used as 
a sweetmeat. 

£r S'sSsj uktamu, adj. Spoken, said. 

a- § ukti, s. Speech. 2. Speaking. 
3. A word, an expression. 

^7r°a ugadi, $. The first day of the 
Telugu year. 

&X &o^c> uggadintsu, v. a. To "begin 
&. conversation. 2. To plead eloqu- 



ently. 3. To remember. 4. To cal- 
culate or multiply mentally, with- 
out using any figures. 

&tf sfca uggamu, s. A rope or cord 
attached to any thing, for the 
purpose of carrying it about, or 
suspending it. 

&XS>o-& uggalintsu, v. a. vide &t 
clo-ifo uggadintsu. 

&% oi& uggintsu, v. a. To weave 
a close texture,, so that there be 
no interstice between the threads; 
either of the woof or warp. 

^rftb uffffti,. s. A wrinkle in cloth, 2. 
A drink, given morning and eve- 
ning? to infants* consisting of the 
nurse's milk, mixed with castor 
oil. &-ftb^3fc» uggubettu, To give' 
this drink to children. 

e^Kowspbo uggulubaru, v. n. To run 
into a knot, in ginning, or twist- 
ing; 

&^*&» ugr antra, ad/. Angry, wrath- 
ful, fierce, furious, violent. 2. Cruel. 
3. Terrific. 

&.iv> ,cas6oo uo-ranamu, s. A Store- 
house. 2. A pantry. &. A treasury. 
^ C^V/ ws&^ ugranap u vadu,. 
One who has charge of the family 
provisions ; a steward ; a butler.. 
2. A store-keeper. 3. A treasurer.. 

& t Kb .2sb ugrudu, s. A man of a mixed 
tribe, from a Chattriya father,. 



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61 



&a.Utti- 



and Siidra mother. The employ- 
ment of this tribe is to kill animals 
that iive in holes ; some of them 
are bards; and others have charge 
of treasure, or of hill forts. 

6©«S*&o uchitamu, adj. Proper. 2. 

Convenient. 3. Fit, suitable. 4. 
Agreeable, s. A gratuity ; a pre- 
sent. &£)$£s$*>7v* nchitamuga, adv. 

Gratis, without any recompence, 
for charity. 

£>-ET\ utstsa, s. Urine, ^-sTv^ctfo uts- 

staboyu, To make water. 

&-S^t6» uehchamu, s. The zenith • the 

meridian ; the vertical point in 
the sky. adj. Vertical. 2. High, 
tall. 

&%5\8o-& uchcharintsu, v. a. To pro- 
nounce? articulate, or utter. 2. To 
recite. 3. To say. <a^-<\ tf re u click a- 
rana, Pronunciation, utterance. 2. 
Recitation of prayers. 

&-£^ uchchi, s. The crown or top of 
the head. 

6x^o^ uchehinta, adj. Of or belong- 
ing to the gigantic swallow wort, 
Asclepias Gigantea. 

£r-&^ utstsu, v. To enter by force • 
to rush in. 

6r3o} utstsu, s. A noose, a snare. 

^■SKSxsfoa uchchhisbtamu, s. Spittle. 
2. The leavings or fragments of 
the table. 



6-tfV\o$>e>!6M uchchhrinkhalamu,aG?/\ 
Operated, perverse. 2. Unrestrain- 
ed. 

& -£5\ csSxSm, ^ tT°n oe6j6m uchchhra- 

yainu, uehckhrayamu, s. Height. 
% The highest point of prosperity,, 
riches, or power. 

£-=sp\ <^i6»uchehhwasamu,s. Breath, 
breathing. 2. A sigh. 

&sfto-t5budzdzagintsu r 0.-a. To quit; 
to leave. 

^sfoooos^ udzdzayinrrpti, 5. Conjec- 
ture, guess, estimate. 

&f ujji, s, A match to another ; 
any one able to- contest with 
another ; any thing equal to 
another. 6>f.iie&> ujjiveyu, To 
pitch two oi equal talents, against 

. each other. 

&j?Q?jsko "ujjwalanra, adj. Splendid, 
& oi * ... y 

bright, luminous, radiant.*. Love,- 

passion. 

&&jo§, &&0S0 utanki, utanku, adj. 
Clever, active, nimble. 

<^feoc§o-& utankintsu, v. <x. To abstra- 
ct ; to abridge v to shorten. 

&& utti, s. A coarse net work, made 
of rope or rattan, in which pots 
and other vessels are suspended 
from the beams of a house, or from 
a stick thrown across the shoulder, 
by which they are carried about, 



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62 



«££o$-Udupu 



^ feSsS^o uttipadu, v. n. To fcome, or 
nappen. suddenly, or accidentally. 

&ta> ufctu, 5. Ground fit for the cul- 
tivation of salt. On the coast, salt 
is cultivated riot manufactured. 
Brackish water, communicating 
with the sea, is introduced upon 
a peculiar salt soil, previously 
prepared, and after evaporation 
by the sun, the salt remains crys- 
tallized on the surface. 

&^35 8cs&s&»ex> utravadiyamulu, s. 
plu. A rich dish, consisting of the 
Hour of pulse of various kinds, 
seasoned with chilly, <fcc. And 
made into little balls, which are 
fried in ghee or oil. 

&iF>g> uthani, adj. High, tall. 

ez-G^&Q uihauthi, adj. In constant 
or quick motion, without rest. £■ 
-cr j ^9~S)^s5M uthauthipainamu, A 
forced march; 

£;"Csr B a»OTft urUyintsu. v. a. To seize 
suddenly, or by surprize. 2. To 
deny what one had just before as- 
serted. 

£r&§ew udikilu, v. n. To be angry 

or provoked, in consequence of 
beinoj ridiculed. 

£rS &-*;&, agc^ udipovu, udivovu. 
v. n. To become blunt; to be 
spoiled, 

&zk£o uduku, v. n. To boil, to bub- 
ble with lie at, to seeth. 2. To be 



feverish from heat. 3. To boil 
with rage or anger, *. Boiling. 2. 
Heat. adj. Hot. &S§o-t5b udikintsu, 
p: a- .To dress or cook Victuals ; 
to boil, to place on the fire. &>!&> 
Sbatib udukubattu, To begin to 
boil. &e&~^cioa$b udukadintsti. To 
vex one for amusement. &&$<&* 
d3co undnkaboyu, To be oppressed 
with heat. 2. To pour into a pot, 
in order to boil. 

&c&Xtf udu'gara, s. Any present 
given to a bride, or bridegroom, 
during the celebration of their 
marriage. 

&r&>fo udugu, v. n. To grow thin, 
lean, or emaciated. 2. To be ex- 
hausted, v. a. To leave, quit, or 
relinquish. 2. To stop, or cease. 

£>&>& uduta, s. A squirrel. 

£>&>$tix> udupamu, s. A float or raft. 

£>&>}& udupu, v. a. To efface. 2. vide 
&'&fto-#b udigintsu, under &e&fib 
udugu. 

&&>$> udupu, s. A dress, or suit of 
clothes. 2. A suit of clothes be- 
longing to another, borrowed from 
a washerman, in order to be worn. 
This is a very common custom, on 
all occasions, among the lower 
castes of Hindoos; and even among 
poor brahmans, as regards their 
women, when unclean after child 
birth. 



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6- ^-c-Uttara 



&£&sSm udumu, 5. The iguana. && 
js&ej udupapilla, A young iguana. 

&TT* udda, 5. An assemblage, or col- 
lection. 2. A heap of four or five 
tamarind stones, little balls, or 
other similar articles, with which 
boys play, in a manner similar to 
those in Europe with cherry 
stones. ^-Td^dax* uddacheyu, To 
collect in a heap or crowd. 

^^§b^b-j5b uddukudutsu, v. n. To be 

suffocated. 
&$g utaka, s. The common native 

doors have no hinges ; they turn 
upon a pivot, fixed to the top and 
bottom on one side, and inserted 
above, m the beam which passes 
over the, door way, and below, in 
a small piece of wood placed in 
the ground, at the corner of the 
door way. This is the Telngu name 
for that piece of wood, which is 
thus placed at the bottom of the 
door way. 

^^-s^er°(^b utakaladu, v- a. vide. &zs 
T e tn>ih udakaladu. 

&&>& utuku, v. a. To wash or bleach. 
&8§o-&> utikintsu, v. caus. To 
cause to wash, <fcc. 

^^.tf s5o» utkarshamu,.?. Excellence. 

<&j£ utta, adj. Mere. 2. Empty. 3. 
Useless. 4. False. 

& ^o&Swew uttandamulu, s. plu A 
gold necklace, worn by women. ; 



£-j£s6s53> attamamu, adj. Excellent, 
best, virtuous. 2. Chief, prin- 
cipal, first. & ^s5b^)dbsx. uttamapu- 

rusha, In grammar, The first per- 
son. 

^rj^tf^osSso uttarakriyalu, s. plu. 

Funeral rites, or obsequies, 

&-_gtfso"3s5M uttaradzandemu, s. A 

gold chain, which Hindoos of all 
classes may wear, in the same 
manner that those of the superior 
castes wear the sacred thread. 

& ^tfs5co uttaramu, s. The north. 2. 
A letter. 3. An answer, or reply. 
i. An order or command, adj. 
Northern. 2. Excellent. 3. Superi- 
or, high. 4. Subsequent. 

£r ^»p6 uttaravadi, s. A respond- 
ent, or defendant. 2. A security. 
adj. Responsible- £rj£tff>-o-*ctfb"zr» 
?5b^o uttaraphiiwadudarudu,/i£. A 
defendant who complains, An ap- 
pellant. £r gpTSi? uttarasabha, A 
superior court. & <£tf *j-*2Sx$co uttara- 
vadamu, Responsibility, security, 
^j^xna uttaradi, 5. The north 
adj. Northern. 

& $ -access c3sS>3 uttarayanainu, s. The 
sun's progress to the north of the 
equator. 2. The period of the year 
during which he js north of it. 

& ^-cr»6oe» uttarasulu, <<?. plu. The 
beaur above, and piece of wood 



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61 



6»e-Udari 



below the door way, in which are 
inserted the pivots, upon which 
the door turns, vide. &&g utaka. 

& ^8o-db uttarintsu, v, a. To cross 
or pass over. 2. To separate a 
number of handkerchiefs or cloths 
wove in one piece, into their proper 
number, by. cutting the selvage. 

<&- ^6osSs>3o nttariyamu, & An upper 
or outer garment, vide. & ^-o-°tfo 
Ki^oo uttarasangamu. 

& <£&$ utt&ruvu, 5. An answer or 
reply. 2. An order or command. 
3. Permission, leave. & #&s$^;S<j 
uttaruvucheppu, To answer or 
reply. & #&s$s|Tfc\ utfaruvuitstsu, 
To give leave ; to permit 2. To 
answer: to direct. & j| &>£,;£) -&v,r° 
^ uttaruvuputstsukonu, To take 
leave. &j$&$ r 3&» uttamvucheyu, 
To order. 

& $&* «£tf uttarottara, adv. At any 
_p — ° 

future time. 

<£- ^"j^r=too uttalapatu, s. Perturba- 
tion ; disquietude of mind. 

&&\ ® utpatti, s. Birth, creation,- 
production, origin, a-e^ j>cso$ nt- 
pattiyavu, To be born, created, 
formed, or framed. £^ ©^oooo ut- 
patticheyu, To create ; to fabri- 
cate : to produce. 



&wy£6y> utpatamu, s. A prodigy, 
or phenomenon, as an earthquake, 
a comet &c. 

& ll$ & utpreksha, s. An extravag- 
ant hyperbole. 

fe«^s5s5» utsavamu, $. A festival, or 
public rejoicing, such as on the 
celebration of a marriage, or of a 
religious ceremony at a temple. 2* 
Elevation, joy, festivity. 

&-"5r\s^s5oo utsahamu, s. Encourage- 
ment. 2. Perseverance. 3. Joy, 
triu m ph. & <§\ °r° o o5d utsahintsu, v. 
72. To persevere. 2. To rejoice, 
to triumph. 

^S'sSm udakamn, s. Water. 

^s^er^ udakaladu, v. a. To bring 
forth a child ; because water pre- 
cedes the birth, vide &&s-*zn>&) 
utakaladu. 

^•a'oaas^M udayamu, s. The rising of 
the sun, or of other heavenly 
bodies. 2. The morning. 6r as ear* a 
udayadri, The eastern mountain, 
behind which the sun is supposed 
to rise. 

^rftooootfb udayintsu, v. n. To rise, 
as applied to the heavenly bodies. 
2. To be born. 

£res&';6oo udaramu, s. The belly. 

&ftQ£:& udaripadu, v. n. To start. 



£r&&0-Udutu 

& T^tfc&o udanamu, s. One of the 

five airs which the Hindoos be- 
lieve to be essential to life, and 
which is understood to rise up 
the throat. 

&-&°8&>z, &75-*Q udaraniu, udari, adj. 
Liberal, bountiful, generous, mu- 
nificent 2. Excellent. 

&tf>%<6&& ucl£sinaniu, s. Abusive, 
or foul language. &tt>%o& uda- 
sintsu, To abuse. 2. To disgrace. 
esTs^h-^^zfo udasfnaladu, To a- 
buse. 

&Tr°%&?£o udasfntidu, 5. A stranger. 
2. A common acquaintance. 

6-T5"°sS-*tfr3, £rv7*S3-*tfro5&:>o udahararia, 
udabaranainu, s- An example, in- 
stance, or illustration, of any rule 
or precept. 2. A quotation. 3. An 
apposite argument. &is*&do&s 
udaharintsu, v. a. To illustrate, 
or give examples. 2. To quote 
a rule? as authority for an ex- 
ample, or an example, in illustra- 
tion of a rule. 

&©9 udiri, s. Pure gold. 

£r*£e;sSJ&> uclilapaclu, v. n. To reflect. 

2. To grieve, to regret. 
e»b -a udichi, s. The north. 
£r^§b uduku, v. a. vide &&>& utuku. 
w-?5ot3o uduiu, adj. Firm, strong, s. 

Strength. 



65 &£9o-Uddharin 

v 

&2&&&>c&§o udurumicluku, 5. A dis- 
obedient, impudent, or self-willed 
person. 

£- z o & sfroudd and a mu, 5. Violence, fier- 
ceness'. 2. Insolence, 3. Tyranny. 

6-258 uddari, s. A bank, or shore, on 
which one cannot land, or from 
which one cannot embark, on ac- 
count of its natural difficulties. 

£rc5&$ udclaruvu, 5. The pawning or 
mortgaging of grain, or other such 
perishable articles. 

<£&£& uddavadi, 6. Great celerity, 
or quickness. 

&a uddi. s. vide &£ nii'i. 2. Alow 
ri dge, in tilled ground, for retaining 
the water introduced into it. So A 
bank, raised above the level of a 
tank, with a channel upon it, on 
which water, having been raised. 
is conveyed from the tank to fields 
of a higher level. 

£r&>ex> uddulu, 5. The -pulse termed 
Fhaseolus Mungo. 

6r'cS3'?65> uddesanm, s. Determinati- 
on 

m on, resolution. 2. Yiew, intention, 
obiect- £r7§$o-&> uddesintsu, v. a. 
To determine ; to resolve. 2. To 
have in view. 3. To destine or in- 
tend for another. 4. To fix the 
mind upon a particular object. 



&£s#8&»' udclhatamu, adj. Rude, 

arrogant, ill behaved. 
e^-Keo^ uddharintsu, v. a. To raise 

9 



^rfi^otf-Udyoga 



M 



£sS-3-OJpaka~ 



or lift up. 2. To support ; to up- 
hold. 3. To re-establish ; to renew; 
to restore; to found. 4. To rescue; 
to deliver. 5. To preserve, to pro- 
tect. 

£r^tfgb£2o uddharakudu, s. A deli- 
9 . 

verer ; one who protects, preser- 
ves, upholds &c 

^c5\%-sSw udbhavamu, s. Birth, pro- 
duction, feewao^, &tf\££>o udblia 

vintsu. udbnavillu, v. n. To be 
born. 

&&'cxk35oo udyamamu, 5. Effort ; ex- 
ertion. 2. Perseverance. 3. Readi- 
ness. 

&tt°c tf sfos udyanamu, 5. A royal pub- 
lic garden- 

e^r-cpcsstf udyapana, s. The perfor- 
mance of any meritorious act of 
devotion, or of any penance, aus- 
terity, or privation- 2. The cere- 
mony which takes place at the 
conclusion of the same. 

£j&o S'sSw udyuktamu, adj. Zeal- 
ously active. 2. Prepared. 

^-e^oKs&w udyogamu, s. Exertion. 2. 
An employment, occupation, cal- 
ling;, service, or trade. 3. An office 
or situation. ^e^gTCsS^cs^ udyo- 

gamucheyu, To exercise an office. 
£rS^QKj6ooer*tf5fc«b udyogamulona- 
mara, To be employed in an office 
&£-*<? jCsfc»er«£«&bo^ udyogamulo- 
namartsu. To procure for another 



an employment. 6-sr*c?Ci6ao€r**2»ii3 
r°^) udyogamulopettukonU) To 
place in an office. &8^o>03o£& u- 

dyogasthudu, A person holding a 
situation. s5j*#o,&, 6-o-atf a sosba 
<§"* ar^eK^^i&^o&oF^sb ma- 
tandri unchina dravyamuto udyo 
gamuchesukontunn^nu, I am trad- 
ing with the money which my 
father left. 

£rjo§ uniki, s. Being; existence. 2. 

Residence. 3. State or condition. 
£r!0§;o&a unikipattu, Ahouse. 

&i$\&}&x> unnatamu, adj. High, lofty. 

£t?k unni, s. Wool. 

^7^ &&*> uumidamu, s. Insanity. 2. 
Extravagance. 

&££tfr3*>*> upakaranamu, s. An ap- 
pendage, material, or implement; 
as, the utensils of a kitchen, the 
tools of a trade, or the furniture 
of a house. <fcc 

&ss-s"°tfs53o upakaramu, s. Beneficen- 
ce, favor, kindness. 2. Aid, help. 
£r£S'eo-&> upakarintsu, v. To con- 
fer a benefit, to contribute to a 
charity. 2. To serve, to be of use 
to, to assist. £rtf-^°a upakari, adj. 
Beneficent, kind, disposed to 
charity, assisting. &ss-y>tf«&»s6eaffi 

Xsr*zh upakaramnmarrachinava- 

ud, An ungrateful man. 



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67 



^a'^-Upasa 



^r£.&.s6sko upakramainu, s. A begin- 
ning or commencement. ^sS^S^o 
•t5b upakramfntsu. To begin, to 
commence. 

^S^r^sSM upacharamu, s. Civility ; 
politeness ; honor. 2. Service, ob- 
liging conduct, kindness. dsfi-S^o-ifc 
upacharintsu, v. a. To be oblig- 
ing, kind, or polite. 2. To shew 
respect. 3. To serve, to assist. 

^sS^'TsSm upadesamu, s. Instruction; 
advice. 2. Initiation in sacred 
rites, by the communication of 
prescribed formulas, or mystical 
verses. 

&3^3oa5b upadesintsu, v. a. To in- 
struct, to teach, to advise. 2. To 
initiate as above explained. 

&3 s .sssSm upadravamn, s. Annoy- 
ance, trouble, molestation.2. Grief, 
affliction. 3. Suffering, sickness. 

££tfc3btfo6oo upanayanamu, s. The 
ceremony of investing a young 
Hindoo, o± any of the first three 
classes, with the sacred thread, 
worn by them over the left shoul- 
der, across the body, and passing 
under the right arm. 

&3*£ e£ ss» upanetramu, s. A pair of 

spectacles. 
&sSsS8 upapati, s. A paramour; a 

gallant. 
&SSSS 8 upapatti, s, Obtaining. 2. Aid, 

assistance, help. 3. Convenience. 



&3->e£rs$3o upapatakama, s- Crimi- 
nality in the second or third de- 
gree ; as killing a cow, selling a 
daughter in marriage, atheism, &c. 

&3s$b upama, s. Resemblance. 2. 
Comparison. 3. A simile or para- 
ble. 4. Dexterity, artfulness, skil- 
fulness. arsSsfc^csco upamacheyu, 

To contrive ; to project. &$&>q 

upamari, s. A dexterous, skilful, 
or artful person. 

&3&r°tfo53o upamanamu, s. vide &;$s5b 
upama. 

£rsSosoo g'sSoo upayuktamu, adj. Con- 
venient. 2- Serviceable # <£s$ oofo § 
upayukti, s. Convenience. 2. Ser 
viceableness. 

£rs$oeco_s*»£) upaj^uktamavu, v. n. To 
be convenient, or serviceable. 

£r£^croK ss>3 upayogamu, s. Utility. 

2. Advantage. 3. |^Ser viceableness 
adj. Useful. 2. Advantageous. 3. 
Serviceable, &-;5^h>5\ot5o upayo- 
gintsu, v. n. To be useful, or of ser- 
vice to another. 

&s$sstfs5s> upavanamUjs. A garden or 
grove. 

^^«y^s5w upavasamu, 5. Fasting. 2. 
A fast. 

&sS<?sfctfsko, &£<rs5bs5a}Upasamanamu, 
upasamamu, s. Tranqaillity, calm- 
ness. 2. Patience. 3. Alleviation; 



&fn> ^r§-U padhya 68 

abatement. £>$tfsxo-&> upas'amin- 
tsu, v n. To be calmed or pacifi- 
ed. 2. To be alleviated, abated, or 

assuaged, 

e^S #o,3) upasruti, s. A good or bad 

omen, as gathered by two persons 
in consultation together, from in- 
cidentally over hearing what is 
said. by a third person. 2. Judicial 
astrology ; aspect of the stars? for- 
tune-telling, &c. 
££$^$e-&xi apasparsamu, s. Touch- 
ing, contact. 2. Bathing, ablution. 
3. vide es-Efsfctfsko achamanamu. 

&•&>•&» ct&xs upadanamu, s. Abstrac- 
tion, restraining the organs of sen- 
se and perception. 2. Cause, mo- 
tive. 3. Commonly a handful of 
raw rice, given in alms ; begging. 

£r-2r°TT°tf-Soe£> upa-danamettu, To 
beg raw rice 
&ir°§ upadhi, s. Virtuous reflection. 
2. In the Yedanta, the mortal 
forms or properties which disguise 
the spirit. 3. A person attentive 
to the support of the family. 4. 
Commonly, pain, trouble, sickness. 
5. Prevention. 

fair>-zF>QG&)?20 upadhyayudu, 5. The 
brahman who performs family cer- 
monies. 2. One choseto to represent 
Bramha at a sacrifice. 3. A spiritu- 
al preceptor. 4. A school master. 
This word is honorificaliy used in 



Atf^JOppaia 

the plural, ^^-^com upadhyayi, 
The wife of a teacher. 
ct-^os5s5cx> upayamu, *, A stratagem, 
artifice, contrivance, or expedi- 
ent. 2. A plot. 3. A method or 
means. 4. A remedy. -S'ifo&irasS 
s5oosx> chaturupayamulu, The four 
means of success, against an enemy. 
viz. "^s&sSoo samamu, Conciliation. 

*sr , ^'s5o3 danamu, Presents, or gifts. 
^c5sr>*> bheclamu,' Dividing; crea- 
ting dissension : and sc&sSm dan- 
dam u, Chastisement. &-£r>cx£^e) 
upayasali, A contriver, £>-Zr°a£&u 
g^o-rfc upayamu kalpintsu, To 
form a plot, to contrive. - 

&-Zr7$tix> npasamu, s. vide e^;5o^tf;6c» 
upavasamu. 

£r~£& upeksha, 8. Contempt; disre- 
gard. 2. Inactivity, indolence. 3. 
Abandoning. 4. Indifference. &-£ 
Ix.o-db upekshintsu, v. m To dis- 
regard, to contemn. 2. To be in- 
different. 3. To abandon. 

£rs^s!o&» uposhyamu, S* A fast. &> 
£r*sics6x> ^a2& uposhyamu undu, 
To abstain from food ; to fast. 

£r£^ uppata, s. Dilating on the ex- 
traordinary prosperity, qtialificati- 

' ons, or beauty of another. This-is 
always blamed by the natives, be 
cause it is believed that -injury 



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69 



will thence arise to the person 
referred to. £>^&ou<b uppatintsu, 
To dilate as above. 

gsX^Q uppati, s. Birth, production. 
vide ^^^g, ds-^feSoo^s^Sejo utpa- 
tti, uppatillu, uppatillu, v, ». vide 
&e^ jjoasJfo utpattiyagu, Under & 
du % utpatti. 

^^tftfsfoo, £-3jtf nppadanamu, uppa 
na, s. Saltness'. 

^-s^tfsfoo upparamu, s. The sky or 
atmosphere. 

•&3Svtfwr»«&, e^8 upparavadu, up pa- 
ri, 5. A male of the caste of tank 
diggers. The female is termed fes^ 
tf a upparacli, They are employed 
in digging tanks or wells, repair- 
ing water channels and raising 
embankments* and are said to be 
descended from a Soodra man and 
Soodra woman, united by the 
marriage termed Rachasa, where 
the female is forcibly seized after 
the destruction of her relatives, or 
captured m war. 

ds-^ei? upparige, s. The upper story 

of a house. 2. A house of more 
than one story. 

&^e>s5oo, ^^ysto uppalamu, uppala- 
mti, s. salt-marsh; the soil which 
is cultivated to produce common 
salt. vide. &&> uttu. 

&oSj© uppalij 8, Calamity ; misfor- 
tune* 



&£v^-Ubbu 

&§^9 ^-S^toa uppi, uppichettni $, 

A thorny shrub, 
^rs^uppu, v. a. To scald paddy, '&c. 

^sS^Soss^sSm uppudubryyamu, 
Rice scalded in the husk. 

^sS^uppu, s. Salt. 

£-~5urf uppena, s. A sudden rising or 
overflow of the sea, Causing in- 
undation. 

&£r^otfo nppongu, v. n. To be trans, 
ported with joy ; to exult. 2. To 
overflow. 

&aer°fe3 3&»ubalaUnm, s. Regret, from 

missing any thing or person. 
&200& ubuku, v. n. To overflow. 2. 

To swell. 
&-ex>&> ubusu, 5. Rest, repose. 
^a. ubba, s. Excessive heat or 

warmth. 2. Closeness. 
^zdvc^o^o ubbadangu, v. %* To be 

lessened, humbled, or abated. 
&2>vtfsa» ubbaramu, 5. Swelling, in* 

flation. 2, Tympany. c^eo^bub- 

barintsu, v. n. To swell, v. a. To 
inflate. 

£r»\e) ubbali, 5. Mire, mud. 

£r»\tfs53o ubbasamu, 5. Asthma. 

&2»\ ubbu, 5. Swelling, protuberan- 
ce. 2. Being puffed up with joy, 
or pride. 

£r£u\ ubbu, v. n. To swell. 2.To be 
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&8cs&-Uriyu 



•& ubbintsu, v. a. To inflate, or 
make to swell. 2. To puff up with 
joy; to flatter. 

£r$rcs5^ ubhayatra, adv. On both 
sides ; in both placesw G. <£r$-os5 
^ex> ubhayatralu, s. plu- Both 
parties. 

^•^oc3s6ao ubhayamu, adj. Two s. 
Both. £r$-as»ex> ubhayalu, Both 
parties. &8*r»tfa6w umidamu, s.vide 
&-er a J Ki6x> unmadamu. 

— o 

£raoctf5o umiyii, 0. a. To spit ; to 
spit out. 

^tsSm^ umuka? 5. The husk of paddy. 
e^rsSM^dbfio umukacherugu, To 
winnow paddy after it is beaten. 

&-"&o2fcsr<>5~ umeduvar, 5. An expec- 
tant, a dependant, a candidate ; 
a person attendant on another, in 
the hope of obtaining some em- 
ployment. 

^•s^^ew ummagilu, v. n. To become 
fully boiled, by confinement in its 
own steam. This is applied to rice, 
nearly boiled, which it strained, 
and confined in its own steam. 

&sk,&s5s> ummadamu, 5. Closeness; 
confined heat. adj. ^ao-Sjiim- 

madintsn, v. n. To be affected 
by close heat; to feel warm from 
the closeness or confined heat of 
a room. 
&J&J&& ummaniru, $. The water 



which precedes the birth of a 
child. 
£rs5^e)ir ummalika, 5. Uneasiness, dis- 
quiet. 

^s5j^o&^2^ummayamuttemu 3 -5. 

An artificial pearl. 
£rS& ummi, s. Spittle. &&> -£-&> um- 

mrveyu, To spit. 
^"^ j! ummetta, s. The thorn apple. 

Datura fastuosa. 2. The Indian 

nightshade, Solanum Indicum. 
&-^csoo ummeyu, v. a. vide £r£oc3co 

umiyu. 
^-^oge) uyyela, s. A swing. 2. A piece 

of cloth suspended from the roof 

of a room, wherein children are 

placed, as in a cradle. 

&tf^o-tfcuradintsu, v. n. To extend, 
spread, or expand. 

&&&*> uramu, s. The breast, the bo- 
som. 

&-£<*> uralu, p. n. To roll. 2. To fall 
down. 

6tfS>o-tft uralintsu, v. n. To shine. 

&a uri, s. A running knot. 2. A 
noose ; a snare ; the rope with 
which people are hung, £r8&ccbo 
uridiyu, v. a. To hang another. 
^a^^r°^> uribosukonu, To hang 
one's self. 

&-8cc^&> uriyadu, v. n. ToHremble, 

&actfo uriyu, 9. n. To get loose. 



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^D^JUlivu 



£r&£?ar»?5S urudzamfnu, s. A sort of 
fish. Sparus spilotus. 

£&a urudi, adj. Positive. 2. Strict,- 
rigid. 3. Loud. 

&&(7z\>&> urudfadu, s. A rope with 
which a calf is tied to a cow, 
when she is milked. This is always 
done in India; otherwise, the cow 
will not allow her milk to flow. 

^&sjm urumu, v. n. To roar. 

£rbbsscl uruvadi, s. Violence, impe- 
tuosity. 2. Alacrity. 3. Loudness. 

^&tf&o-i5b uruvariintsu, v. a. To ap- 
pal another, by heroic deeds in. 
battle, &c. 

£rtfb$ uruvu, adj. Great, large. 

£>e$sg> urravu, s. Beauty. 2. Abun- 
dance, excess. 

£reJ urn, An affix denoting possessi- 
on ; as ttsys&weJ balamurri, strong, 
from wsSco balanin, strength. 

£reJs*>&r°-3b urrimitsutsu, v. a. To 
look earnestly, steadfastly, or se- 
verely, in consequence of anger. 

razees urriya, s. A brave man. 

<£&8ctfo urriyu, v. n. To leak ; to drop 
through. 

£r&*> urru, v. n. To be fit. 2- To re- 
treat ; to retire, or withdraw: v. 
a. To regard, honor, or esteem. 

6rcso& urruku, v. n. To run. 2. To 



jump ; to vault. e^Sc^x^ urru 
kudugappa, s. A species of frog 
which is constantly in motion. 
&&»&'&* do urrukuboddu,A navel 
which protrudes from the belly. 
Many native children have navels 
which protrude one or two inches, 
proceeding, it is said, from some 
awkwardness in cutting the navel 
string,, at their birth. 

£-&*£ urruta, s. vide £r^£ udu'ta. 
£r&93$ urrupu,' s. Leaking, vide & 
eJc«5o urriyu. 

^ra»s5x> urrumu, s. Thunder, v. n. 
To thunder, v. a. vide &e£sx>&n& 
Urrimitsiitsu. 

&fr|ex7*7fo, ^&5>a-°ife>y < >7fc urralugu, ur- 
ru talugu, v. n. To swing violently. 

2. To persevere. 3. To please, to 
delight. , 

&v%cS ulakana, adj. Light. 2. Easy. 

3. Contemptible. 

&vssvd ulavalu, s. vide ^ew^ex* ulu- 

valu. 
&>£> uli, s. A chisel. 

6rD§;S2k ulikipadu, v. n. vide &ooSb 

uluku- 
^Si^pfco ulikipatu, $. A start. 

£r£H>, <£ ©&£"*&» nlipi, ulipigotiu. s. 

A wild, extravagant, impudent, or 
mischievous person. 
&©«$ ulivu, a, Beauty. 



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^^a-Usiri 



&ex§b uluku, v. n. To startf- to move 
suddenly, from alarm ; to awake 
abruptly from sleep, <5re)§££3o uli- 
kipadu, To start> &c. As above. 

^ew-^gij^^) nlutsamfnu, s. A fish, 
resembling a porpoise. 

£^ex>-^ ulupha, .<?. Supplies furnished, 
gratis to any great personage, on 
a journey, by those who reside on 
the route. 

£-e>os5" uluva, s. A crop of the pulse 
termed Glycine tomentosa, or horse 
gram. adj. Of, or belonging to 
that pulse. £rex>sse>3 uliivalu, s. plu. 
The pulse itself. 

&•« o^tf, &o o^^sSw ullanghana, u- 
Uanghanamn, s. Transgression ; 
the act of deviating or passing 
over. 2. Disgrace. 3. Contempt. 

6ecfooo^ ullan ffhini su, v. a. To 
<■>■> > '-j 

pass ois£r» to deviate, to trans- 
gress. 2. To disgrace. 3. To despise. 

fe?^& ullda, s, An awning or canopy. 

6e^^fB5oa ullabhamu, s. A canopy 
borne over marriage offerings, or 
over the bride or bridegroom, as 
they go in procession. 

&e> s5oj ullamu, s. The mind. 2. The 

heart. 
&-er»& ullakn, .v. A written memo- 

randum, left with goods or grain, 

specifying the quantity, and the 

owner. 



&er°#;£oa ullasamu, s. A chapter or 
section. 2. Joy, pleasure? gaiety, 
delight, amusement. 

&£> ulli, adj. Of or belonging to 

garlick or onion. &s x£ ulliejadda, 
Onion or garlick. ft&© nirulli, 
Onion. -3008 vellulli, Garlick. & 
gj^yo^b ulliolutsu, To peel an oni- 
on. 

£©-£p&?c3&>3 ullipasnanairiu, 5. lit. 
onion-stone. Arsenic. 

^^S^_ ulakki, adj. False. 

^Sq^aso uvvilluru, v. n. To be very 

fond of. 2. To be covetous. 

&"3n^ uvvettu, adj. All. 

^sxj&w ushnamu, adj. Hot. .9. Sun- 

shine, warmth, heat. &sxtf3 ush- 

, . £9 ~^ 

narasmi, The sun. 6ss.7sr»tfra$fco 

usnnavarariamu, An umberella. s- 

2\ot& ushnintsu, 9, ?z. To be hot. 

^rS>r*ex^ usikolpu, v. a. To hiss, set- 
on, or excite a dog. 2. To incite 
one against another. 

&%Q?$ usirika, adj. Of, or belonging 

to Emblic inyrobalan. Phylian- 
thus emblica. 

^ftes'sS-Ef^fi usirikapatstsadi, s. A 
sort of food made like pap, com- 
posed of sour milk, mustard, and 
emblic myrobalan. & %bg 6&&x>rr> 
ob5 usirika rirrugaya,& Pickle made 
of the emblic myrobalan. 



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73 



Si&tf-Udio-a 



&%%o usillu, s. White ants, or termes, 
with wings, vide a^^b isulln. 

fe&>s*» usumuj v, a. To clean or wash 
cloth. 

&&>tf> usuru, 5. Life ; vitality. 2. 
Breath. 3. Strength. &tfatfs6 usu- 
ranu, v. a. lit. To invoke life, to 
be much vexed. ^Joo&^^r ^ u- 

suruputstsukonu, To kill. 2. To 
injure or annoy severely. 

£r&ex> usulu, s. Becovery of health. 

2. Facility, adj, Better in health. 

2. Easy. 

dr^j tiste> adj. vide fe^ioj^ uch- 

chinta. 
^-&oxtf?$o ussuranu, -y. rc. wc/e- £r6o£tfS 

usuranu, Under ^-^obb usuru. 

& u, The sixth letter in the Telugu 

alphabet. 
£i?T uka, s. The husk of paddy, vide 

£>i6xig umuka. 
£4 §o^b ukintsu, v. a. To shake ; to 

agitate, or move. 2. To endeavour* 

or make an effort. 
Or^, ^r*^ ukottu, ukonu, v. a. 

To make a sort of noise, so as to 

shew that one is listening to a 

speaker. 2. To listen, or hear. 

^?*o ligu, v. n. To swing ; to be agi- 
tated, or shaken. S*?fcen»2& Qgula- 



du, To swing. &>?&zr°is ugulata, s> 
Swinging. ^fto-sfo ugintsu, v. a. To 
shake ; to move ; to swing or rock. 
Otf utsa, s. The stalk of the Holcus 
saccharatus or great millet, com- 
monly termed Jonnalu, before 
the grain is ripe. 2. The tender 
inside of the plantain tree, ter- 
minating in the stalk, which 
bears the fruit. ^^Oossq^ utsa- 

biyyamu,s. Tender or unripe grain 
of the Jonnalu or great millet. 

£4 3o utsu, v. n. The falling off of tho 
hair from sickness. 

£*xfcut&ti, v. a. vide £45\o%& ugintsu, 
Under £Afo ugu,. 

&& uta ? 5. A natural spring or foun- 
tain of water. 2. The sap of plants, 
3. The juice of fruits. 4. The 
liquor of pickles, adj. Heavy. 2. 
Abounding in springs, moist. 3. 
Full of sap. 4. Juicy. 

&&r*& litadu, v. n. To move as the 
waves of the sea, to be violently 
agitated, or shaken. 

£a£ uda s 5. Fibrous roots* which 

grow downwards from the bran- 
ches of the banyan, and other 
trees. 

&4&Ks5w udigamu, s. Slavery. 2. Do- 
mestic service. &>&X$)or*&i lidiga- 
pnvadu, A slave ; a vassal. 2. A 
domestic servant. 

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74 



^tfcl.tlradi 



&>Z$o udu, v. n. To be separated, 
loosened, or unfastened. 2. To 
take flight. 3. To be dismissed. 

&*£&•&, &>zk>\ udutsu, lidtsu, v. a. To 
sweep. 2. To relax, loosen, or 
slacken. 3. To transplant. £4&>$ 
udupu, s. Sweeping. 2. Transplant- 
ing. &&>%)&& udupumadi, s. A 
plot or field in which grain has 
been transplanted. 

£4& lita, s. A fishing hook, 2. Sup. 

port, e^&r^ utakola, A walking 

cane. 
£a 3 uda, s. Envy. 2. A swelling, a 

tumor. &$$&$ udakadupu, s. A 

pot belly. 
&>&& udara, s. A great smoke. (~i><$ 

tf"3£s> udarabefctu, To smoke an 

animal in a hole, in order to de- 
stroy it. 

£* -sr° uba, adj. Of a brown colour. 

£i2$b udu, v. a. To blow. 2. To blow 
a fire with the breath, or with a 
bellows. 3. To blow out a light. 
The natives seldom extinguish a 
light with the breath, because fire 
is deemed a minor divinity. 4. To 
blow or 'sound any wind instru- 
ment. 5. To lean upon. v. n. To 
be sweln. &>tSosr>-%c$x> uduvadde- 
mu, A wind instrument. £*3o-t5b 
udintsu, v. Caus. To cause to blow, 
as above. £&$&•*$ udipovu, To be 



swoln. 2. To be puffed with wind, 
£iatf"3o& udinavendi, Eure silver. 

&4tf8&» unamu, adj. Less. 2. Defec- 
tive, s. Defect ; maim. 2. Injury. 

£4(33, £*s&\ unu, untsu, v. a. To fix 
firmly, to place steadfastly. &>$*&* 
&r>zk unimatlada, To speak firm- 

iy- 

&>S>0 upiri, s. Breath; respiration. 

£*s& upu, v. a. vide ^i$b utsu. 

&>^tfs5s> upuramu, s. The protuber- 
ance or hump on the neck of In- 
dian oxen. 

^a«r>e^ubavaclu, s. A eunuch. 

£*£) ubi, s. Mud, mire. 

^AS'S' uraka, adv. Commonly written 
OQ~§ urike, Without emotion of 
any kind; quietly, silently, peace- 
ably. 2. At leisure, in idleness, 
without employment. 3. "Without 
cause, reason, or meaning. 4. Only. 
5. Gratis. 6. For pastime. 7. 
Without success. 8. Constantly. 

&>ti£o& lirakanda, s. The root term- 
ed Tacca pinnatifida, often used 
as food by the natives, 

£itf&o-db uradintsn, v. a. To Comfort; 
to console; to appease. 2. To con- 
dole with. 

Otf&sw, Otf&sw uradilu, uradilln, v. 
n. To be consoled, comforted, or 
appeased. 



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75 



&> &> o-Uhin 



^i^^oa urapandi, 5. The tame or 
domestic hog, opposed to the wild 
hoo*. 

£*tf fiats' urapitstsuka, 5. A sparrow. 

£*tt»&^ urartsu, v. a. vide £4tfcio-t$b 
uradintsu. 

£*8^§ urike, adv. vide OS'S' uraka. 

&i& uru, s. A village. £i&so*e3e>o uru- 
pallelu, s. Villages, great and 
small. 

Otfb$ urupu, s. Breath. s<bj-»&^ 
nitturupu, A sigh. 

&>~67fo uregu, v. n. To go in proces- 
sion, through a village, or town. 
This is applied to marriage, or 
religious processions. 

&"35\o-& uregintsu, v. Caus. To cause 
to go in procession. <fcc. £&~3Ao£> 
uregimpu, A procession, &c. As 
above. 

£*&\ urtsu, v. a. To respire. 2. To 
sigh. 3. To rub together, and col- 
lect with the hand the remains of 
food, on a plate, or in a vessel, or 
any liquid that falls on the ground, 

&8«£s5to urjitamu, adj. Confirmed; 

strengthened. 2 Stable. 
&>$ os5»s urdhwamu, adv. On high, 

above. 

^ 9 S er * * *™ urdhwa lokamu, s. 
Heaven, 



£*&j urpu, s. vide ££&;£) urupu, 2. A 
thick preparation of tamarinds^ 
with various vegetables. 

OtfoS, ^*8q?> urvas'i, urvasi, s. Oor- 
vasi, one of the celestial nymphs. 

Oesfco urrata, s. Leisure. 2. Aid, help. 
£*es&ex>, O-efBev) urradilu, urradillu. 

' CO • • ' 

v. 72. vide Otf&yo uradilu. 

£iM3 urru, v. n. To be pickled. 2. 
To be puffed or fat. 3. To spring, 
as water from its source. 4. To 
sink into, enter, or penetrate, as 
ink into paper. 5. To be soaked. 
6. Medicine to affect the body. 

£*&-7r°css urugaya, s. Pickled fruit. 
£4&a-S\fi urubatstaadi, s. Fruit first 
mashed, and tben pickled. 

£*&£)ocl urubindi, s. Any pulse, 'fried 
with ghee and chill}-, then ground, 
and made iuto a thick mixture, by 
the addition of salt, and water. 

£4!^ ulika, s. The litter generally 

called a Looly. 
£*Stf"3S usaravelli,*. Anoldchameli- 

on. 
£*sS? uha, s. Thought, reasoning, 2. 

A guess. 
&*!r*oi5b uhintsu, v. a. To think ; to 

reason. 2. To guess. 



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76 



ciod^-Endu 



<&x> ri The seventh letter in the Te- 
lugu alphabet. 

2^00 2^^) ridzuvu, adj. Straight. 

scODrasSoo rirtamu, 5. A debt. worasSao 
^ook rinamucheyu, To contract 
debt ; to borrow, wcxmsS^o rinapa 
du, To get in to debt. soxrasSaof^ 
TinamutirtsQ, To pay a debt. s^Ora 
&>&> rinasthudu, A debtor. 

a>ao«&$ rituvu, s- The menstrual eva- 
cuation. a>:o&>srfio rituvagu, v. %. 
To become menstruous. wco«&>a£8 
ritumati, A woman in her courses. 
2. A season, the sixth part of a 
year, comprising two months. 

©xx> &o §0^-, vod®o?p?&> ritvikku, ritvi 
judu, s. An officiating priest •, one 
who is hired to perform the grand 
sacrifice, called Yaga. 

woosx^rsfoo rishabhamu, s. A bull or 
ox. 2. The second of the seven 
notes in the Hindoo gamut. 

£>dd?x rishi, s. A saint, a sage. 



o3 e, The tenth letter of the Telugu 
alphabet. It is often used, before 
words beginning withaconsonai.it, 
for long & e ; In this case, the 
following consonant is doubled; 



thus, ae§s"s5» ede&'amu, Is often 
written o^^sSw eddesamn, Which 
country ? 

ojo^D eogili, s. Irregular. Inflex. sing. 
^o5vD> oio^feS engili, engiti ; nom. 
plu. o3o5\g, doAo^o engillu, engi- 
ndlu, The spittle. 2. Any thing 
that has become impure by touch- 
ing the mouth. 3. The refuse, 
crumbs, or remains of victuals. 

o) o-ifo entsu, v. a. To count, to reckon. 
2. To esteem, to regard. 3. To 
think, believe, or imagine. oJoiSb 
§"(33 entsukonu, v. Oomp. To 
count, reckon, think, or believe, 
for one's-self. 2- To reflect ; to 
revolve in one's mind. 

oiods^nda, s. The suii-shme ; the 
heat of the sun. "6 So c So reyenda, 
Moon-shine. £o&iv>crtx> endagayu, 
To be sun-shins. ojcSflSfc-^ex) enda- 
mavtilu, Excessive heat produces 
an appearance, at a distance, re- 
sembling a sheet of water, which 
is thus named ; it is termed by the 
French mirage. 

^ o^o endu, v. '/.•. To become dry, to 
dry up. 2. The body to become 
lean or thin. 3. Trees, plants, lea- 
ves, &q. To wither or die. eio^o-^ 
endintsu, v. a. To dry. 

^o<3b endu, adj. Dried. cio&b'S^ew 
endudevulu, A lingering disease, 
gradually reducing the body. 



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77 



o^go^-i^kku 



oio^b^^to enduputatta, s. A large 
basket, in which things are spread 
to dry. 

oio 2£,~s-*o&, o^o^S endrakaya, endri, 
s. A crab. o)o^-cr>3 endrirasi. The 
sign Cancer. 

c3o£ enta, An adjective or substan- 
tive pronoun, not declinable, ex- 
cept in a few cases. It is the in- 
terrogative offc9oe£ anta, and 30 £ 
inta, q. v. How ? how much ? 
how many ? 2. what? It may be 
used in an} 7 interrogation respect- 
ing time, number, wei'iht, or qu- 
antity. oio^"lcg) entasepu, How 
long a time ? o}oe£o5oo& entarnan- 
di, How many people ? 

^ol§3 enteni, adv. Much, extremely. 

c^o&^&o entofo, adj. pro. How? how 
much ? how many ? 

oio&eas endarrn, Indef. pro. The in- 
terrogative of tso£e£» andarru, 
and s^o£ea> indarru, q. v. How 
many ? 

0)0 &> endu, pro. Defective. What? 
oiossbSo enduku, For what ? why? 
wherefore ? adv. Where ? what 
place ? oSotsyg, cdotfjsoS' endaka, 
endanuka, How far? how long? 
as far as what place ? until when? 

c5o"3eJ§'s5M, o}o"3&§§ emberrikamu, 
emberriki, adj. Ugly. 2. Loath- 
some, disgusting. 



Ag eT°l> ekatali, s. vide ^xnr§ egataii. 
ois'^l^-sSoa ekasakkenm, s. A joke. 

2. Mockery. 
oi-g-°^a§ ekaeiri, adj. Sudden, speedy. 

2. Alone, single. 
oJ§E>cr>2& ekimidu, 5. A master, or 

lord. 2. A king, or ruler. 3. An 

owner. 
oi^feS ekkati, adj. Alone. 

<3£k_& ekkada, adv. Where? Ag^S 
&&\ » o^'k--^ ekkaclanunnu, ek- 
kada, Every where, d §"(,_£» sfc.ss^, 
p3r^_T^."efj5b ekkaclanunnu, ekka- 
da-ledu, No where, ^^-^aboS), 
<h£l r .&&o& ekkadanunchi, ekkada 
nundi, Whence, <,} sf^eSis-p- ekka- 
danaina, Any where. oiar^-^S ek- 
kadiki, whither? fr^s^S or»2»^> 
nivekkadi vadavu, What country 
man art thou? fr^s^eS ^"S^^ 
nivekkada vadekkada, What a 
great difference, or distance, there 
is,between thee and him. ^<> &sr* 
ekkadano, &c. Where I Know 
not, or am in doubt, where. 

o}§k-8o-& ekkirintsu, v. a. To make 
faces ; to mock j to deride. ^%> r _ 
8oe5 ekkirinta, s. Making faces, 
mockery, derision. 2. A vehicle. 

^I^e) ekkili, s. The hiccough. 

oi&k- ekku, v. a. To ascend, mount, 
or climb. 2. To embark, ride up- 



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78 



«iKb«&-E<mdu 



on, or to get into any conveyance. 
v. n. To rise, to be augmented, 
increased, or accamulated. a^-go 
gb^_ vishamekku, Poison to rise 
or mount. j&^sb^ mattekku, To 
get intoxicated, tit. Intoxication 
to rise. s&^-aoSo^madamekkUjTo 
become 'lesherous. lit. Lust to 
mount, tfcla&gbjj- vaddiyekku, In- 
terest. To accrue. oi§k-o<tfc ekkin- 
tsu, v. Caus. To cause to ascend. 
&c. v. a. To raise, augment, &c. 2. 
To export. 

£&k_ ekku, s, A bow string. 2. A 
hiccough. o^§o^_aoa53 ekkudintsu, 
v. a. To unbend a bow- oi§o^_ £>&» 
ekkubettu, To bend a bow. 

o^Sol-^ ekkudu* adj. Noble ; chief, 
great 2 Exorbitant, si An ascent. 
2. Greatness, o)§b^_^ba^o^b ekku- 
dudigudu, s. Ascent and descent; 
unevenness of ground, adj. Un- 
level. 

^Sc^-^D'gteS'sSM ekkudumekamu, s. 

An elephant. 

oi§o?_ex>"3toa ekkulubetta, *?. a. To 
excite ; to instigate. 2. To pro- 
voke. 

o> &(,-£>, <a&k_$ ekkuva, ekkuvu, s. 
Eminence, superiority. 2. Excess, 
exaggeration. 3. Any thing ex- 
traordinary. adj. More. 2. High, 
eminent, superior. 3. Excessive, 
exaggerated, superfluous. 4. Ex- 



traordinary, remarkable. 5. Ex- 
cellent, noble. 6. Valuable. «5§ol_ 
tf&§ok_ss ekkuva takkuva, More 
or less, eigo^^o^^" ekkuvavadu, 
An eminent or extraordinary man. 

<0K ega, adv. Above, up, upwards. 
It is opposed to a£ diga, below. 
eiK^&o egagottu, w a. To toss up. 
2. To deny. 3. To disregard what 
another says. 4. To turn another's 
words into ridicule. 5. To refute. 
£?C^<g) egajepu, v. a. T& draw up 
or retain one's milk ; as e?cgi!p"e3X' 
■^"^^> avupalegajepenu, The cow 
retained her milk, s. The act of 
retaining one's milk. 

ciKoaoo egayu, v. n. vide. &%c&> egiyu. 

StXtiy eiK^T"^ egasana, egasana, adv. 
Above, up, on high. ^XStfS^csco 
egasanadoyu, To lift up. 2. To 
push in. 3. To pull out, and dress 
the wick of a lamp. 

o)5\cx& egiyu, v. n. To fly 2. To rise 
in the air ; to rise upwards. 3. To 
fly at another, in order to attack 
him. 

o3762&afib2&egududigudu, s. cp adj. 
vide casbk-SkSKb^b ekkududigudu, 
Under the head of asfy-Sk ekku- 
du. 



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79 



«376sSbD egumati, s. Exportation, 
shipment. ^Tfbs&^aKbskS egumati- 
digumati, Exportation and impor- 
tation. 

<37fo& eguru, v. n. vide oiftcoSj egiyu, 
For ciftes^jg) egiripovu, vide £%h 
&*$> egisipovu, And for AkQzzSo 
egiripadu, vide *>*&£&> egisipadu, 
Both under o^csfio egiyu, For oixtf 
JT'toa egaragottu, vide ^Xfr^too ega- 
gottu, Under *jX-d a s^ceco ega-e- 
garaveyu, To toss or throw up in 
the air. 

oi 7fos5 eguva, 5. The top ; the upper 
part of any thing. 

ci Tfoss eguva, adv. Above, up, on high. 

o};fo eggu, s. Shame, disgrace. 2. Re- 
proach, blame. 3. Injury, mischief, - 
evil. 

oi-tfto etsata, adv. Where ? in which 
place % It is the interrogative of 
£?-# to atsata, and s^to itsata, q. v. 

oi-D5\eo-& etstsarintsia, v. a. To hint ; 
to mention imperfectly ; to bring 
to mind by a slight mention ; to 
put one in mind of any thing. 2. 
To forewarn ; to caution. d-;5\8o 
-t$br°,v» etstsarintsukonu, v. Comp. 
To challenge, as guards do ; to 
give a caution. 

oi-CxQ^ etstsarika, s. A hint, the act 
of mentioning slightty, intima- 



<3fe$.Etti 

tion. 2. Caution, circumspection; 
vigilance, precaution. iiS^a§'sS^> 
etstsarikapadu, To be cautious ; 
to be aware of. N tf\Q%^a&> etstsa- 
rikacheyu, To caution or warn. 
^tf^QS'^sSv etstsarikatappu, To be 
careless, inattentive ; to be off 
one's guard. 

di5b\ etstsu, v. n. vide ~^r>^\ hetstsu. 

^-tS^xto, ^tS^\? d-^xto etstsota, ets- 
tso, etstsota, adv. Where ; at 
whicfe place. It is the interroga- 
tive of wtS^v atstso, and sjtS^x to 
itstsota, q. v. 

o5 to eta, adv. Where? in what place ?" 
It is the interrogative of esto ata, 
and sjto ita, q. v» 

oitoD eti j, particle. Where ? 2. What? 
3. How. It is the interrogative of 
estoo ata, and g&» itu, q. v. AkxsSc 
feS, oi^s^o^ etuvanti, eshuvauti, 
What like ? what sort ? 

oitooejo etulu, adv. vide dto-* etla. 

dto~is) ettakeni, adv. With difficulty. 

dtolfoSo ettakelaku, adv. For a long 
time? for a great while, 

dtoSo&&> ettayeduru, s. The very 
front, the point directly opposite. 

o5fe3 etti, adj> pro. What like? What 
kind ? It is the interrogative of 
«£ atti, And &>& itti, q. v. 



3£csfc-Edayu 



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^ ©§r*_Ettik6 



^&r°, o)kr°;6, o3fc» etla, etlasru, efclu. 

CO on CO - o y • ' 

adv. How? In what manner? In 
what state or way? It is the in- 
terrogative of &&r° atla, And q&t* 

itla, q. v. oi<Jx°i^, dkr ^ 1 ^ etla- 

■'• CO Q ' CO Q 

gaina. etianaina, In any manner 
whatever ; by any means ■ any 
how. 

^2s eda, s. Place, space. 2. Medium, 
interval. 3. A distance. 4. Time. 
esSocS ayeda, That time. o}£^>&o 
-7r° edayedanga, Separately. 

o52s« edada, .?. Inner thought ; secret 
opinion ; real sentiment. 

oi&ss' edapaka, adv, This is the ne- 
gative verbal participle of »>£$ 
edapu, The causal form of oi&cobo 
edayu, To separate, it signifies 
literally, without causing to sepa- 
rate, but in common use is equiva- 
lent to continually without inter- 
ruption, incessantly, always. 

ci&sfc edama, adj. The left. <0&s& ~i 
ex>, ci^sSb'^cwe edama kelu, edama- 
cheyyi, The left hand. 

.si&i&M edamu, s> Space, spot, room. 

2. Cause, ground, foundation. 3. 

Opportunity, occasion. 4. Means. 

^&»D-£b\ edamitstsu, To give an 

opportunity. 

oi&o&o edayu, v. a. To separate v. n. 
To be broken, separated or dis- 
united. A&$) edapu, v. caus. To 



cause to separate, v. a. To break, 
separate or disunite, vide asfoss' 
edapaka. 

<3e£{fc edaru, s. An interval. 2. An 
opportunity. 

oV&ex) edalu, v. n. To go. 

At9°Q edari, s. A desert or wilder- 
ness. 

oi^b edu, A particle denoting quan- 
tity, affixed to words, and corres- 
ponding to the English affix full, 
in such phrases as a handful, a 
mouthful, &c. 

da£ edda, s. vide, d&s edada. 

d"g edde, adj. Stupid. 2. Obstinate. 
oi"3£tfs£» eddetanamu, s. Stupi- 
dity. 2. Obstinacy. 

oJ&> edlu, s. plu. of oie5b eddu, q. v. 

ro ' Ci 

Bulls, oxen. ^& r £ j-^ ska ecllakot- 
tamu, A stall for bulls or oxen. 

d&^a-sr ^ etubarikadu, .?. A thief; 
a rogue. 

ei^o ettu, 5. Height. 2. Weight. 3. 
A burden. 4. A quantity of two 
vis, or 6} pounds. 5. A wreath of 
flowers, adj. High. 2 Heavy, v. a, 
To lift up ; to raise. 2. To seize; 
to take away. 3. To assume. 4. To 
begin. 5, To obtain or procure. 6. 
To find out an item in an account* 
v. n. To rise. 

o) ©§^00 ettikolu, s. Endeavour, ex- 
ertion. 



<Otfsfco-Enaman 



81 



a^JEnni 



3&K& ettugada, s. A project; a 
contrivance. 2. An endeavour or 
attempt. 

A&K&vo ettugaddalu, s. The two 

— ° C9 

clods of earth forming a fire place 
or hearth. 
3s eda, s. The mind. 2. The breast, 
3. The heart. ^-sp^csSo edanave- 
yu, v. a. To take any thing unlaw- 
fully or unjustly. 

cd&Tfo edagu, v. n. -To grow ; to ve- 
getate ; to increase in stature, d a 
5\tfsS£o-i$b ediginapadutsu, A girl 
who is marriageable. 

oi^^) edavu, 5. A cow ready for 
the bull. 

oi jfo«b edurn, s. The front, that which 
is opposite- 2. Presence. 3. A pa- 
rallel or comparison. 

oitfcl edcladi, s. Poverty, indigence. 
2. Scarcity. 

cOssb eddu, s. An ox, or bullock. % A 
bull. oij5bK>&><$ eddubaluvu, A bul- 
lock load, A&?r*& eclduvadu. A 
bullock-driver, or owner. To geld 
a bull. 

«dtf ena, adj. Equal. 

dtfsS enapa, adj. vide £$&&& enumu, 

©)tfg enabhai, adj. Eighty. 
dZ&oZsoj enamandru, s. plu. Eight 
persons. 



3 Stores© enamannurru, adj. Eight 
hundred. 

citfcsk enayu, v. n, To be united, or 
attached to ; to be joined, or mix- 
ed. 2. To be on intimate terms of 
friendship. 3. To be in coitu. 4. 
To be mixed, as ingredients in 
food. 5. To be of one accord, in 
music. 

olio^enike, s. A thread, composed 
of four single spun-threads united. 

oiioaoa enimidi, adj. Eight. 

dSctfco eniyu, v. n. vide cOtfctfo enayu. 

■Js&afc, o^ssotg) enutsu, enupu, v. a. To 
mix, or mingle. 2. To stir with a 
stick, as ingredients in a dish. & 
sfcs&ifc ennpudu, The act of mix- 
inor, or of stirring as above. 

Afr&i&a enupotu, s. A male buffalo. 
o^sSoo, oisso-ao*5 enumu, enupenti, 
A female buffalo. <D;5b3 enupa, aclj< 
Of, or belonging to, a buffalo, as 
e5tf>Stfr>& enupadiida, A buffalo- 
calf. 

J ss&aa enubadi, a$. Numeral. Eighty, 

Si^efe ennadu, adv. lit. What day? 
When % 2. Always, ever. 

^SK enni, adj. vro. Collective, in 
the neuter gender. How many ? 
It is the interrogative of «l^ 
anni, and 3?^ inni, q. v... 
11 



«^8d3co-Eriju 



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o^^-Errapu 



c5 sks 1 ennika, s. The act of counting. 
2. A thought. 3. An opinion. 4. 
Esteem, regard. 5. Conjecture, 
hope. 

<Ds&\ ennu, s. The ear of paddy, or 
of other similar grain. 

•JaoN ennu, p. a. To count, to reck- 
on. 2. To esteem, or regard. 3. 
To think, believe, or imagine, vide 
oio-ifc entsu. 

o)^\Q enbadi, adj. Numeral. Eighty. 
cdcg)2&, o^sSyj^o epuclu, eppudu, adv. 

When ? At what time. 
^"SxoSSsfca ebberrikamu, aefy*. Ugly, 

loathsome, disgusting. 
o)sx>~§ emike, s. vide cOsS^S' emuka. 
o)S)oSsex>, ^StossS'-^sSaoew emidikalu, 

emidikapainulu, s. Worms, (Teres) 

such as are engendered in the 

human species. 

3s5a>s' 5 eisfoa. emuka r emmu, s. A 

— 

bone. ^s5oo§'e;55G£X3 emukalavarrru, 
A person reduced by disease to 
mere skin and bone. 

oiifc ernme, s. Beauty. 

cjtf era, s. Sorrow, grief. 2. Bait, or 
prey of any kind, used to catch 
fish, wild beasts, &c 3. Food. 

£9otfo eriyu, v. n. To burn ; to be 
consumed. 2. To grieve. oitfK®, 
c^tfsse) eragali, eravali, s. Fire in 
a forest, or jungle. 



<dtfb$ eruvu, s. A thing lent or bor- 
rowed, for temporary use. 2. 
Manure. 

cies erra, s. Redness. 2- Food. c^'. 
Red. 2. possible- 

oiesrew errakalu, s. pi. Wings. 

c5&srto erragu, p. a. To prostrate 
oneVself ; to bow. 

<Des-S) errachi, 5. Flesh. 

e^fe5^eJ^s5w erraparrikamu, s. Reluc- 
tance, disinclination. 2. Aversion, 
repugnance; disgust. 3. Contempt. 

<0&3sfcok>ew erramantalu, 5. A great 
heat. 2. Inflammation. 

<3e5l errike, 5. m'cfe oiesoJfo errugti. 

oieasg'o-sr'd^), ©) eso So -53-° £sb errukalava- 
c]u, errukuvadu, 5. Zi£. One who 
knows. The male of a certain tribe, 
inhabiting forests and mountains, 
of which tfye females are renown- 
ed as fortune-tellers. They speak 
a language different from that 
used by the people of the plains, 
and in their habits much resemble 
the gypsies. 

ciasoTfo errugu, v. a. To possess a pre- 
vious knowledge of. 2. To be ac- 
quainted with. 3. To understand, 
or know. This verb is chiefly us-id' 
in the aorist. 

c^s^osg) errupu, $* R.edness- 



oiswflo-Elugu 



S3 



dtfrto-Esagu 



^ea erra, adj. Red, 2. Of a fair colour. 
s. A red earth-worm, used as bait. 
o)es£)sS> erracliima, A red-ant. <0e$ 
»"3ew^) erranivelupu, ft£. The red 
deity, the sun. Jm^K^ erra- 
vullioadda, Onion, 2>ide &£> ulli. 

O . . CO 

^e» ela, adj. Tender, delicate. AvsxrS 

elaniavi, A young mango. oiej-jafK 

elanaga, A female of a delicate 

form. 
Av?C*zx> elagolu, 5. The van-guard 

of an army. 
o5e>&> elami, s. Joy; pleasure; delight, 
o^oooo-db elayintsu, v. a. To gladden, 

or exhilarate. 2. To give, 
a 8 "3 elike, 5. vide £&>£ eluka, 
oiewo^o'cT'e^^ elunguralpada, s. A 

low inarticulate expression of joy 

or grief. 

Aoog eluka, s. A rat, oSoogasS^sfc elu 
kalabonu, A rat-trap. ^sws'^SsSS s' 
elukackevipallika, lit. The rat-ear- 
ed plant. The evolvulus emargi- 
natus. 

<0ex>7& elugu, 5. The human voice. 2. 
The cry of any animal. 3. Sound. 
4. A bear. o)sx>5\^ elugitstsu, To 
make a noise; tw roar, or cry. £vo 
l?e^ elugettu, To raise the voice. 
cisw/fb-cpco&j eluguriyu, To become 
hoarse. 



oiswJfcff*^, oiexj^osSbotS eluguffoddu. 
elugunianti, s. A bear. 

»ta ella, adj. All. 5. A limit, or bound- 

ary. otasS^efo ellappudu, Always, 

frequently. J abb ellaru, Every 

one. 0)0 tpom ellarayi, A boundary 

stone, oio a^ea-ifc ellaerparratsrs 

To fix a boundary. £v zs^&ir*^) 

elladatipovu, To transgress a bo- 
undary. 

dS elli, s. To-morrow. 

pi© S55m ellidamu, s. Astonishment, 
surprise, wonder. 

o)oooS ellundi, s. The day after to- 
morrow- 

oiso^ evvadu, _pro. Interrogative, 
masc. Sing. Who? its fem. and 
neuter form is £)a edi. 

^sJcl evvate, pro. Interrogative, 
tern- sing. Which woman? vide 
i)a edi. *"* 



^& evvaru, pro. 



Interrogative, 



masc. & fern. pi. Who ? its neuter 

form is£)3 evi- 
pissp eshu, rtc?2?.How?.in whatmanuer? 

in what way? e^tfofeS eshuvanti, 

adj. What kind or sort? cJs&ss-g 

eshu vale, Like what? 
Azg&» esaka v nu, s. Exaggeration. 
.\37fc esagu, v. n . To resemble, to 



agree with. 



ftflo^gu 84 



^J&.Edu 






c5tf& esaru, s. Water, boiled for the 
purpose of dressing victuals, &c 
£$u esala, s. Aflat earthen vessel. 
o)£a-°& esalaru, v.n. To be adorned. 



& e, The eleventh letter of the Telu- 
gu alphabet. 2. The indeclinable 
interrogative pronoun Which ? 
what? as. £)atf8too edinamu, What 
day? 

S)Sto ekata, s. Hope? desire, expec- 
tation.- 2. Intention, design. 

&$£» ekamu, adj. One. 2. Alone, 
single, o. Solitary. 4. Joined, com" 
bined, &g&x>~r?> ekamuga, adv. As 
one. 2. In a body. 3. Altogether, 
all at once. 4. Combinedly. 5. 
Compactly. 6. Singly, alone. 

^-^tfb ekaru, v. n. To whimper or 
beg for any thing in alow voice. 

J)gp eku, v. a. To defame; to pub- 
lish another's faults. 2. To clean, 
pick, or beat cotton, s. A roll of 
'cleaned cotton, prepared for the 
spindle. 

D ir>*> egani, s. A Hindoo copper coin, 
of the value of ten cash- 

e)Kb egu, v. n- To go. l)Ao-& egintsu, 
v. Gam. To cause to go. vide &> 
ISflo uregu ? 



&-J? etsa, aefy'. aide &%-tiX£cg&&g 
esa-etsakankatitsukka, The twenty 
first of the lunar mansions, lit. 
The crooked-bed constellation. & 
■Xsfako etsamata, Ungrammatical 
language. 

$)£b etsu, v. a. To torment, trouble 
annoy, or harass- 

<)£ eti, adj. What sort ? what kind ? 
This is also the inflection singular 
of two irregular nouns, viz. ^ea> 
erru, A river, and £) *fo erju, A year. 

^^S'^p'sSw etikapamu, s. vide <a$x>&$od 
emidikalu. 

$bx> etu, s. A blow. 

tit&joti etrinta, s. The small black 
bird, generally termed the king- 
crow. 

£)a£ eda, adv. Where? 

$&z> edava, Ordinal number. Se- 
venth. 

^-c^r^sfoa edakodamu, s. Contra- 
diction. 2. Opposition. &T9V3JV& 
s5»-7V° edakodamuga, adv. Con- 
tradictorily. 

Dxr»a edadi, 8. A year. 

^gr 5 ^ edikola, 5. The pole or shaft 
of a plough. 

^H edi, phrase. Where is ] ie ? 

£2& edu, s. A year. <2<i/. numeral. 
Seven, o^e&f^jg'olb ^oo^Scex) <^£ 



ojiosSw.Etwamu 



85 



a»j£ni 



•tfQ&$?v>£o vadu vmikante yeda- 
kulu ega tsadivinavadii. lit. That 
man has read seven leaves more 
than this man. That man is seven 
times worse than this man- 
^^7C2fl edugada, s. Protection, re- 
fuge. 2. Interest. 3- Quarter in 
battle. 

$)£&-& edutsu, v. n. To cry, to weep. 
^S&o-ifc edipintsu, v. . Cans To 
cause to cry or weep. &£&$ edu- 
pu, Weeping. 

S)&r»& ediidi, s. A ceremony perfor- 
med by the Hindoos, for the de- 
ceased, after the expiration of one 
year from his death. 

^^edo, Ordinal number, vide &&$ 
edava. 

£)"§<» edterr% s. Excess. 2. Perseve- 
rance. 

£)£s5x>, ^eT»s5w etamu, etamn, s. An 
engine, on the principle of the 
lever, for drawing up water. It is 
usually termed the picotah at 
Madras. ^eJ^sSw^^-tf etamubo- 
kkena, The leathern vessel, in 
which water is thus drawn. 

.^lo-tSb etentsu, v. n. To come. g. To 
arrive. 

y^es&a etwamu, 5. The name of the 
connected vowel "^ e. 



$)"Z5"»er»a*Saa, ^■cr»y-°^s5w edalabamu 
edalabhamu, s. Inattention. This 
is a vulgarism for csSTpo-^sSw 
yadhalabhamu. 

£}&edi, pro. Interrogative, sing. Fern, 
and neuter. Who % Which ? ^"S w 
edaina. Any thing. ^afc^a* edin- 
nlledu, Nothing. S) sr"* sr edoka, Any. 

&ab edu, v. a. To cherish; to pro- 
tect. 

o)*b, Dabtfoa edu, edupandi, s. The 
porcupine, lit. The hog which pro- 
tects itself. £)&s5oooo edumullu, A 

CO 

porcupine's quill. 

S)>r>ae3-*bb enadivaru, s. pi. A cast of 
savage people, residing in forests. 

c)^g enallu, s. The usual presents 
sent by the parents of the bride 
and bridegroom, respectively, to 
their son and daughter in law, 
after the whole ceremonies of the 
marriage are completed. 

&$ enf, Particle. It is added in the 
superior dialect to the first forms 
of the several affirmative tenses, 
to express condition or conting- 
ency. aSu3y<Sr) vachcheneni, Sup- 
pose he come. -kp>£o^s5w slsifo 

vadupamu patteneai, Suppose he 
catch the snake. 



asresfoa-Ebhyamu 



^dbto-Erugu 



£3<01? enige, s. vide S);&Kb, SbHS^o 
i5^<6od enngu, enigetondarnu, An 

elephant's proboscis. 
&& enu,adj. numeral- Five, 
^a* enu, pro. This word is frequently 

used in books for i§s6 nenu, I. 
^^o^b enugu, s. An elephant. S&fo 

IgvK enugujelaga, A cockle, ^sso^b 

ssif do enugupalleru, The prickly 

fruited pedalium. Pedalium mii- 

rex. 
3&r>*» enurru, adj. Numeral. Five 

hundred. 
£)f> epi, 5. A Dog- It is generally 

applied to that species used by the 

Hindoos in hunting. 

£)$ epu, 5. A great or sudden in- 
crease, or augmentation. 2. Ar- 
dour, impatience, fury. 

&~Z> epe, pro. Fern. Honorific. Which , 
female ? It is the interrogative of 
e3"S) ape, and ■&>"?> ipe, q, v. 

i^^oo epechettp, s: The saul tree. 

eo *' 

Shorea robusta. 
&»a ebadi, adj. Numeral. Fifty. 
M#, &a"3 ebida, ebide, pro. vide 

;)~^> epe. 
D^ro<s» ebhyamu, 5. Nastiness ; fil- 

thiness. £)$g-cr*9, &r?*s ebhya- 

rasi, ebhrasi, 5. A na^ty, filthy, 

person- 2. An idiot. 



^s&ssu, ^)rfj»i£» emami, einarru, v. n, 
To be surprized. 2. To be deceived. 
3. To be without vigilance or 
attention. asfceJo-rib emarrintsu, v. 
a. To surprize. 2. To deceive. 3. 
To divert one's thoughts- ^sfc^*- 
to> emarripatu. Surprize. 2. Inat- 
tention, forge tfuln ess, negligence, 
inadvertence. 

a a> end, ^ro. Iuterrogative-defective. 
What? It is used chiefly in the 
nominative and dative cases, and 
accasionally with other affixes. 
£)a>&§en*itiki, For what ? Why? 
Wherefore? $&& emiti, Of what 
country, cast, or description. 

&-go erne, pro. Interrogative, vide 
&"5> epe. 

o) zsti eyu, v, a. To throw, vide -$^a 
veyu. 

&-a*e» eralu, s. Joint sisters in law. 
The relationship which the wives 
of two brothers bear to each other. 

&S erf, phrase. Where are they ? 

Stfc eru, v. a. In compos. To attain. 
vide -e^tfb idem. 

£)& eru, 5. A plough, with draught 

oxen* and .the other implements 
of husbandry. 

&&/£> erugu, v. n. To stool; to void 
excrement, s, Excrement. 



&&»-Er*tf 



87 



>.Ai 



S ikons' eruvaka, s, The commence- 
ment of cultivation. 
£)&\ ertsu, v. a» To burn; to consume. 

£)tfv£& erpadu, v. n. To be selected. 

2. To be separated. 3. To be dis- 
tinguished. 4. To be established, 
fixed, or settled. 5. To be arrang- 
ed," or placed in order. 6. To be 
prepared, or ready. 7- To assume 
a shape, form, or appearance. 

£)^ &*>•£&> erparrutsu, v. a. To choose, 
or select. 2. To separate, or divide. 

3. To distinguish. 4. To establish, 
' fix, or settle. 5. To arrange, or 

place in order. 6. To keep ready, 
or prepare. 7- To put into a shape, 
form, or appearance. 

^-tr^fco erpatu, s. A selection. 2. A 
decision, or rule. 3. A condition, or 
agreement. SJ-o^too^o&o erpatuche 
yu, vide ^tfx&sa-ab erparrutsu. 

&ao> erru, v. n. To glean, gather, or 
pick up, 2. To select, or choose, a 
eJo-db crrintsu, v. cans* To cause 
to glean, &c. $«»!>£ Sao errupida- 
kalu, Gleaned pieces of dry cow- 
dung, used as fuel. 

&sa» erru, s. A river. This noun is 
irregular, making the inflexion 
singular £(£ eti, and the nom. 'plu. 
»& ellu. 



£)"»# erruva, 5. A country. 

^uvs elalu, 6. A kind of cry, used 

by boatmen, or by coolies or lasc- 

ars, to encourage their labour. 
Jdej-o ela, adv. Why ? for what reason? 

2. How, in what manner. Ser*fe3, 
£)yKcfe3 elati, elaganti, What sort 

or kind? Sznfo elagu, How ? In 

what manner. 
SD& elika, s. A ram. 2. vide &sx> elu. 
Sex> elu, v. a. To govern, rule, or 

reign. 2. To protect. 
a©o4& elintsu, v. cans. To cause to 

govern, &c 

» Dr elika, s. ' A ruler; a king, or 
queen, aooag, Se^S elubadi, elba 
di, Government, 2. A reign. 

»^n6!» elnurru, Numeral. Seven 

hundred. 
&£**» evamu, .< Ugliness. 2. Disgust. 
£)s>fto-& evagintsu, v. a. To hate. 
&"3 eve, particle, denoting emphasis ; 

as, -fi>-£ neneve, I myself. 
SZ esa, adj. Crooked. 
<) *, esi, particle, Denoting at the rate 

of ; as, A$Sx>l%% enimidesi, At the 

rate of eight. 

SD 

S3 ai, The twelfth letter in the Te- 
lugu alphabet, representing the 
sound of ai as in the word aisle. 



kokQ-Onfcari 



2^0 



©8-O'ndili 



SDo #,£"*©&£& aindrajalikudu, s. A 
juggler. 

8Drc5S>3 aikyamu, s. Union. Tliis word 
is often used to express the union, 
which the Hindoos believe to take 
place, after death, of the souls, of 
the perfect, with the deity. 

soefc aidu, adj< Numeral, vide t?owtfb 
ayidu. 

SOafcsJ, S0e5bs5-cpex) aiduva, aiduvaralu, 
s. vide esoooifcss ayiduva. 

SDTP^dSToo airavatamu, s. An orange. 
2. vide SD-o^^^sSx) airavarjamu. 

SD^o^osSoo ais'waryamu, s. Prosperity. 
2. Riches. 

2o 

Zj o, The thirteenth letter of the Te- 
lugu alphabet, representing the 
short o. 

2oo"i onke, 5. A wooden hook, or 
peg, fixed in a wall. 

2ao£D onjili, s. Calamity, misfortune. 
2. Embarrassment. 

2jo6o&> on; ami, s. Enmity, hatred, lit. 
Disagreement, vide z,okx> ontu. 

2jo4o9 ontari, adj. Alone. 2. Single. 

?^ofeo9K"§ ontarigatte, A single 

woman. ^o&Qtt'&i ontarigadu, A 

single man. z>otodir>kx> ontaripatu, 

s. Solitude, loneliness- itoto&w 



ontarulu, s. plu. Foot soldiers j 
infantry. 

Zjofe3 onti, adj. Alone. 2. Single. 3. 
One of a pair or couple. This is 
also the inflexion of a, & ollu, the 
body, ijo^n^-r^^yi oiitikantiga- 
mu, lit. The one eyed planet. The 
planet Venus, the son of Bhrigu. 
loc&ifrstf) ontikipovu, To go to 
make water, lit. To go alone. 2jo 
feSr^ska, "&ss& ontikommu devara, 
The deity with one tooth, viz. 
Ganesa. &ofe3M» ontipatu, Lone- 
liness, solitude. Zi o&^rs ontipora, 
A single fold, or plait. 

ZiOfeBo^) ontimpu, s. Convenience. 2. 
Aid* help, -^go 8cr»rex> ^0^0^-5-° 
■^«o naku rukalu ontimptikaledn, 
I have no money at hand. 

2j o^3 085, 2aol5 ontiya, onte, s. A 
camel. 

ejotoo ontu, v. n. To agree with one's 
health; to be salubrious. 

z>okK> ontlu, s. plu. Figures, numeri- 
cal signs, 

ZiO&o cvnclu, adj. One. 2. Other, s. 
Alluvial soil, deposited by water, 
after inundation. 

Zjc<sr°&yo ondorulu, adv. Reciprocal- 
ly; mutually. 

&o»$ ondili, s. vide kosSS) onjili 



&-3^ r _$-0kka:.ii 

2joj5o ondu, v. a. To obtain. °2. To 
possess. 

So IT oka, Numeral. One. 2. Single. 
This word, in Telugu, expresses 
the indefinite article A> an. 

ZjS'o.^d,, 2og"o^b okandru, okandlu, s. 

p/^. Several. 2. Others. 3. Strang- 
ers. 
Zi£& okati, Numeral, One. a^a^aSo 
okaticheyn, &7. To make one. To 
mix, or join together, ^r^otf^ 
okatiyavu, To be combined. z,g& 
"efssb okatiledu. Nothing. l $s^ajjv& 
sSog'tS *r*&>^£>tfa2oS'£3 nenu chbp- 
pinadi okati, vaduchesinadi okati, 
I told him one thing, and he did 
another. 

t>$£o okadu, s. One man ; a person* 
2o§"g okate. One woman; a female. 
So^bo okaru, flu. Applied in an 
honorific sense, to express any in- 
dividual, male or female, of re- 
spectability. 

2a§k_e3 okkana, s. The honorific ad 
dress in a letter. 



fc*S'( r . v d-*, 25b okkaproddu, s. A religi- 
ous fast ; eating but one meal, on 
any religious occasion. 2oS^_ &-° 
&>o&> okkaproddundu, To fast. 2. 
To eat but one meal. 

2o~5^k_£3oa& okkai.iintsn, v. a. To say- 
to tell • to describe ; used in books 
only. 



8$ 2ofc».0ttu 

2a§^_ okki, adj. Lean, thin, emacia 

ted, dried up. 
2o§k_oe£'Okkinta, adj. Ever so little, 

snort, or trifling. 
£j§bk_ okkn, s. Any unripe fruit, 

preserved by drying in the sun. 
&§*/— okko, Particle, used in books 

only, and expressing doubt ; as 

e&e&ss-&K3'*§'*( J - ataduvatstsuno- 

kkOj He may perhaps come. 
&Keb ogaru, 5. An astringent taste. 

adj. Astringent. 
fciKSbN ogartsu, v. n. To breathe hard; 

to respire with difficulty. 2aK&^> 

ogarupu, Difficulty of respiration. 
Asthma. 

^5\ ogi, s. A range, or line. 

'isfoeso ogudu, s. The straw of the 

great millet, or Holcus sacchara- 
tus. 

£jfto oggu, v. n. To be ready, or pre- 
pared. 2. To yield, to submit. 

So'SssSw ochchemu, s. Disgrace; dis- 
honor ; opprobrium ; indignity. 2. 
Defect 

2j| odzdza, s. A tutor, a teacher, or 
instructor. 2. A priest. 

£,fc» ottu, s. An oath. 2. A vow. %» 
ipo-Sjkar 8 ^ ottupettukonu, To take 
an oath, to swear. 2. To make a 
vo\v> or solemn promise. 2^fc»"S>t» 

12 a " 



*>&-0di 

ottupettu, To adjure. 2. To impose 
a vow or solemn promise. 

Sjfcw ottn, v. n. To grow dry ; to be 
dried up. 

ii&ovZso odambadu, v. a. To agree 
to ; to comply with ; to consent. 
ftj2*oa eao-iSb odambarrutsu, v. cans. 
To prevail upon ; to make one 
agree, or consent. •Zo&o»&1§ odam 
badike, An agreement) compact, 
or treaty. 2. A bond. 

2o&*f&» odakattu, v. a. To, strain, to 
filter. 

to^^>^o odagiidu, v. n. To happen; 
to chance ; to fall out. 

2o&£sSo odapappu, .<?. A species of 
pulse, commonly termed green 
gram. 

Zj as *sto odame, s. Wealth, riches. 2. 
Property. 

2o&o33£&> odayadu, s. A lord, sovere- 
ign, king, master, or governor. 2. 
A possessor, 

2j^2x> otlalu, a-. The body, sjtfejotfb^ 
£-°&o&J& odalutsupodayadu, /if- 
one who has eyes in his body. 

&S odi, s. The lap. 2. A pouch in 
front, formed by the mode in 
which the cloth of a Hindoo i> 
tied. Zi&KtM odigattu, To gird 

one's loins : to prepare one's-self.- 



90 fc&.Oddu 

Cs> 



Zi&^Kci odisegadda, s. A bubo 
2j2&-& odutsu, v. 



2jg^*M odikattu, s. Pudendum mu- 

liebre. 
fc&S'sSw odikamu, adj. Fit, right, 

proper. 
2jSoaba odiyu, v. a. To take by force; 

to snatch. 2. To drop, to drip. 

a. To defeat, to 
overthrow. 

2j&5\e>o oddasulu, v. n. To incline, or 
lean on one side. 

2j^rd!63o oddariamu, ,?. The arrange- 
meat of troops in various -positi- 
ons ; as in a line, in a square, in 
a circle, &c. 

Soi^raaSso oddariamu, s. A gold or 
silver zone, worn by Hindoo 
women. „ 

2j-cr>ti&x> oddaramu, s. Obstinacy. 2. 

Jealousy. 

&&e» ocldilu, s. Pigeons; doves. 

z>6o oddu, v. a. To bet, or lay a 
wager. 2. To throw, fix, or plant 
a net- a A bank ; the shore. 2. A 
stake at play. 3. The multiplic- 
and, or sum multiplied, in arith- 
metic, adj. Large, stout, big. %» 
#o "i&r* Soaooo £?o odduvesikoniyun- 

du, To lurk, or lie in wait ; to lay 
an ambuscade ; to wait for an op- 
portunity. 2o>5cAoo^o oddu^undlu, 

x Cs rv> * * * 

lit. Large balls. Books fallen from 
a mountain. 



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Zj^o r 5 ^ oddukonu, jp, a. To take 
into one's possession ; to sDatch. 
2. To beg or intreat. 

.2o"g odde, adj. Of or belonging to 
the Orissa country, or to the tribe 
of tank-diggers, who are supposed 
to have emigrated thence. 

.^dS^Ksfea oddolagamu, s. & great 
assembly. 2. Pomp, state. 3. Tri- 
umph. 

a>_g.fte», z, g^ex> ottigilu, ottigillu, 
v. n. To lie on one's side. 

2o_gex> ottilu, v. n. To go aside; to 
give way. 

Zj&> ottu, s. The aspiration of a 
letter. 2. Closeness of texture. 3. 
Thickness. 

,2j*fc ottu, v. n. To give way, or step 
aside, v. a. To aspirate a letter. 
2. To press or squeeze ; hence, 
to shampoo, or press the limbs 
with the hand, to excite the cir- 
culation of the blood, as is prac- 
ticed in India. 3. To foment. 4' 
To cut, or break beetle-nut. 5. To 
wipe off the sweat. 6. To blow a 
conch. 2oj£&tfs5cw ottaksharamu, 

An aspirated letter. 2jSkr°*& ottti- 
konu, To feel pain from pressure* 

^oek^go, 2oe^T5^§0 Ottlltaku, otftl- 

daku, s. The blank palmyra leaf, 
held under that upon which the 
writer writes with an iron style. 



ZjS&ex* ottulu, s. plu. Gold bracelets, 
worn by children. 

2o»^j cdavu, v. n. To be serviceable, 
useful, or subservient. 2. To per- 
vade. 

&8bfto odugu, v. n. To shrink aside.; 

to step aside from fear. 2. To be 
of use, or convenient. 3. To assist. 
4. To be at hand. s. Swelling, 
from being boiled, as rice* &c. 

2)8 odda, Pqstpos. Near ; with ; by; 
to. 

Zj&g oddika, s. Friendship, intima- 
cy, familiarity. 2- Union. 3. Con- 
cord. 4. Reconciliation. 5. A col- 
lection of requisite articles. 

2oQ oddi, adj. Near. 

Zj -3 odde, s. Plenty ; abundance. 

Zj $->&>&) onagudu, v. n. To be effec- 
ted, successful, or completed. 2. 
To be obtained, or procured. 
Zjtifai&s- onagurtsu, v. a. To eff- 
ect, succeed, or complete. 2. To 
obtain or procure. 

2otf& onaru, s. Beauty. 2. Elegance. 
ad]. Beautiful. 2. Fit, agreeable, 
acceptable. 3. Elegant. 

fctftib onaru, v. n. To happen. 2. To 
be agreeable, or pleasant, ?o$Qoi& 
onarintsu, v. a> To do, to make. 
2. To compose. 2otfS^ocfc> onara- 
cheyu. To make fit or proper. 2. 
To accommodate. 



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fctfccco-Orayu 



£;^&^ onartsu, v. a. vide 2utf8o-t& 
onarintsu, Under, ^.tftfo onaru. 

2»^o««5» oppandamu, s. A contract. 
2. A convention, or agreement. 
fc^oessfco^ceSo oppandamu cheyu, 

To enter into a contract. 2. To 
close a bargain. 

Zi ^ ft o -x5b op p agin t s u , e? . a. vide &#, 

fto-i& appagintsu. 

a^fto^ oppaginta, s. wefe wsS^o£ 
appaginta, Under. &£^.Ao$& appa- 
gintsu. 

^^^tfsSw oppacharamu, s. Agree- 
ment. 

ZjZg oppu, s. Fitness. 2. Dexterity, 
cleverness. 3. Beauty, elegance 

2^* oppu, adj. Fit. 2. Dexterous. 3- 
Beautiful ; handsome. 

^^So oppu, v, n. To be fit, or proper^ 
2. To consent, or agree, e^oift 
oppintsu, v. Caws. To cause to con- 
sent ; to prevail upon. v. a. To 
assign, or make over to another. 

Zi^Vti) oppukonu, v. comp. To con* 
fess, or own ; to admit, or ac- 
knowledge. 2. To consent, or com- 
ply with. 3. To accept. 

i2j2>^«s5» oppidamu, s. Consent, com- 
pliance. 

2o^ew oppnlu, s. pi. An elegant spe- 
cies of the areca, or beetle-nut 
tree. 



2j»\fe» obbatlu. s vlu. Sweets cake 

made of flotir, jaggory, split-pulse, 
and cardamoms. 
2o?)iS obbidi, s. The treading out of 

grain, by means of cattle ; thrash- 
ing, adj. Complete ; finished. 2. 
Eeady. 

Zj£x> ommuj adj. Thick, big. v. n. 
To agree with one's health, as. 
-^j^sa^Sb^ssb^jsb ibhuminaku- 

Qmmaledu, This country does not 
agree with me. &&> cafoo^b ommi- 
yundu, To be salubrious. &&> s5^5b v 
ommivatstsu, To be prosperous. 
2ocB3n>^s5w oyaiamu, s Beauty. 2. 

Haughtiness, pride. 3. Affectation, 
coquetry, foppery. 

2jcc6^8 oyari, s. A haughty person. 
2. A coquette, a fop. 

Zjotfnd oyari, adj. Haughty. 2. Affec- 
ted. 2jcc^>^§"§ oyarakatte, A co- 
quette. Zjc8r>$is- T >&> oyarakadu. A 
fop. £jc«r*tfi(5)s5i-*fcoex> oyarapumata- 
lu, Boasting expressions. 

fcjofltotf oyyana, adv. Slowly. 

^tfXa&Tfo oragarlugu, s. Water, in 

which rice is the second time wash- 
ed. 

£,&&> oragu, v. n. To fall. 2- To in- 
cline, or lean upon ; to be bent. 

ZjXc&s, Soesoooa orayu, orrayu, v. a. 
To rub ; to move one body upon 



£>&sw-0rralu 



Zsv ^-OlLiba 



another. 2. To try metal, by a 
touch-stone. 

,2otf ora, s, Rubbing. 2. Trying metal 
by a touch-stone. s^&iSor*^ 2o«b 
7&g$r*$) orusukoni? orasukapoyu, 
To touch lightly ; to graze. 

.2J&2& orudn, s. A stranger 

^tfosSx. orumti, v. n. To be mixed ; 
to be united. 2. To meet together. 

ZjQZx>£ orimika, s. Union ; friend- 
ship ; being on good terms to- 
gether. 

2065 orra, $. Touching, rubbing. 2. 
A scabbard ; a sheath, or case* 
for any thing. • 

2o&5^feouSDo, Soes^feosSao, Zj^K^-6^ orra- 
katamu,orrakatamu, orra^ad damu, 
s Unevenness, inequality, crag- 
gedness •, usually applied to ine- 
qualities in the surface of a coun- 
try. 

2jtfXex> orasrallu, 5. A touch stone. 
z> mo^o orrugu, v* n.To prostrate one's 
self. 2. vide Zjtf Kb oragu. 

z>&»foi)$ orrugubiiia, s. A semi- 

circular pillow. 
2oef>^ orrapu, s. The act of rubbing, 

vide ZjtfocSo orayu, 2. Beauty, adj. 

Handsome, beautiful. 
2owex> orralu, 'V. n. To lament; to 

grieve ; to be sorrowful. 2. To 

croak ; to complain without rea- 



son. 3. To chatter, or talk without 
any object. 

20&9S", Zo&B orrava, Orri, adj. Crook- 
ed ; curved ; bent. &eJl)ssSx> orri- 
bijamu, A swelled testicle. 

2je£oxg orriyika, s. Rubbing. 

2o&m orrn, s. Abundance, 2 Excess. 

erf> 

2o~% orre, s. A heap of grain in the 
straw. 2. An opening or crack in 
the ground, from excessive heat, 
or false soil. 

& Ik) orre, s. A mischievous rogue 3 
a blackguard; a rascal, adj. Black- 
guard.; as, 2o~^)Scp>£ orrekuta,Black- 
to 

giard conversation. 
Zjv3*x> olayu, v. n. To be fit, or pro- 
per. 
2oe)§ oliki, 5. A funeral pile and 

corpse, burnt to ashes. 
2o£X>& oluku, v. n. To be dropped or 

spilled, from being over-full. 
z>°jg$r s G&> olakapoyu, v. a. To spill, 

or let fall. 
^wiSb olutsu, v, a. To peel, or pare 

off ; to flay. 
k.e>V ollaka, adv. Without consent- 

ing. This is the negitive verbal 

participle of the defective verb 

2oex> ollu, to consent. 
i*i> &*$ ollabovu, v. n. To grow pale, 

or change colour. 







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lr* &9l Jot, ami 



^pys^ ollami, 5. The not consenting. 

2jU olle, 5. A child's garment. 

■fc'Ssn&o ollevatu, s. An upper gar- 
ment, placed round the neck, and 
thence gracefully arranged. 

■Zi$$) olavu, s. Secrets of state. 2. 

State of affairs. 3. The neck of a 
stringed instrument. 

2o&& oluku, s. A crime or fault. 2. 
A lawsuit. 

2og ollu, s. The body. 

SoSfto osagu, v. a. To give ; to pre- 
sent ; to bestow. 

2oJo£6, 2j^^59^^sSx> osapari, osaparita- 
namu, 5. Agreeableness, prettiness. 

L 

i, 6 The fourteenth letter in the Te- 

lugu alphabet, which, prefixed to 
all vocatives, corresponds with 
the English interjection oh ; as, 
&,tt , s5^ orama, Oh Rama ! k,j5£> 6- 
talli, Oh mother! . The connected 
form of this vowel (<**) (6) affix- 
ed to the last word of a sentence, 
or to a single word alone, denotes 
ignorance or doubt; as bs^sr*^ 
nivovado, I know not whether it 
was you, or he. When it is added 
to the conditional form of the 
verb ending in 7§ te, the drutup- 
rukrutika affix W d, intervenes, 
and jar* no, then represents the 1 



English phrases but if, on tbe con- 
trary ;as, ^ds-s5oo £>dc&$fr6~§ $& 

s»$>sS2&ab& varshamu kuriyakapo- 
te janulunasinturu varshamuku- 
risteno janulu sukhapaduduru, If 
it does not rain, the people will 
suffer severely , but if it rains, 
they will be happy. 

k,$^(g> okachettu, s. A small tree, 
bearing an acid fruit. Carissa Ca- 
rondas. Ls-^oaSsS^S okakayapa 
tstsadi, A sort of pap, composed 
of tamarind-juice, mustard, and 

the fruit of this tree. 

• 

is 8o-& okarintsu, v. n. To retch ■ 
to feel inclined to vomit. L$ti-i, 
&o#, ir£)o££ okara-okarinta, oka 
linta, s. A retching to vomit ; 
nausea. 

£."*»*§*$» ogatyamu, s. Annoyance 
or vexation, at expressions of an 
unpropitious kind. adj. Unlucky. 

L^Vtix, ogiramu, s. Food. 2. Boiled 
rice. 

Lfo ogu, s. Evil ; misfortune. 

Ls odza, s. A row, line, or range. 

L&zx), Lb&xi otami, 6tamu>s. Defeat 

rout. 
Ldcn»ft9o otarru, v. n. To be split ; to 

be broken into fragments. 



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i&-6ru 



L&o otu, 5. Defeat, L&dsS&> otupaclu, 
z?. n. To be defeated. 2. To stand 
motionless, from fear, &c. 

L& 6c] a. s. A ship, a vessel. ^^r°S 
S'oasxjo odakodikambamu, A main 
mast. Lg-^sg odarevu, The sea- 
shore, or beach. 

i^> odu, t?. 7*. To lose, to be defeat- 
ed. 2. To be afraid. 3. To drop, 
or trickle out. s. Want of success, 
defeat. 2. A crack, chink, or hole. 

L&o-ifc odintsu, v. a. To defeat, to 
overcome. 

iSAo-ifo odigintsu, v. a. To pour out 
all the liquid in a vessel, by turn- 
ing the mouth downwards. 

L&)S)f ex-i odabillalu, s. plu. Tiles. 

CO ... L 

kk &>jvz oclhrulu, 5. plu. The people 

of Orissa. 
&,?fc*b3 otwamu, s. The connected 

form of L 6, viz. ** 6. 
i,*s5:» odamu, s. A pit, for catching 

elephants. 

L&&\, k/n^tfn odartsu, odartsu, v. a. 

To comfort; to console: to condole 
with. 

i"3 ode, s. A small heap into which 
grain is thrown, as it is cut with 
the sickle. L~3$*cK oclekonga, A 
kind of crane, which frequents 
the fields at harvest-time. 



i^) opu, v. n. To be able ; to poss- 
ess the power of doing, i&s* opi- 
ka, Abstract nonn. Ability, acti- 
vity, diligence,: assiduity. 2. Pa- 
tience. ■&,&$& opami, negative noun. 
Inability, indolence, laziness, is 
"S^ss^^o opalenivadu, A helpless, 
sick, or impotent man. 



Ls5os5do omamu, 



The seed of 



Bishop's-weed. Sison Ammi. 

L?6ao omu, v. a. To preserve, to che- 
rish. 

iooo oyi, inter j. O ! This particle is 
often prefixed to the vocative 
case, or used in other instances, 
when we address persons of equal 
rank. 

i.$ ora, s. The side, edge, end, or 
border. 2. The bank of a river. 

Ltfeasko 6rariamu,s. A hawk; a falcon. 

itf&^o, Ltf&ex> orasilu, orasillu, v. n. 
To move aside. 

Ha ori, interj. O! This particle is 
often prefixed to the vocative, or 
used in other instances, when we 
address, or call, a person of infe- 
rior rank. 

£,&> oru, s. Sound, noise. 2. The red 
painting upon the lower part of 
the walls of a native house, used 
during festivals or other auspici- 
ous ceremonies, as a decoration to 
the dwelling. 



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IT" tf- Aura 



L&-& orutsu, v. a. To conquer, to 
vaDquish. 2. To suffer, endure, or 
."bear. 3. To take patiently. 4. To 
pardon. 5. To be free from envy. 

L&3b§ nB ab orutsukonu, v. Comp. To 
conquer or control one's own pas- 
sions. 2. To suffer, or bear. 3. To 
be patient. L«b^> orupu, Abstract 
noun. Endurance, tolerance, pa- 
tience. 

L"Ss5c» oremu, s. Boiled rice. 

&>&>£ ortsu, v. a. vide &,&-&> orutsu. 

&_tf 6rta ; s. One woman. 2. Another 
female. 

£>%9 orpari, s. A patient person. 

k&>" orpu, wcfe i?5b^) orupu, Under 
2j&t5o orutsu. 

L<yXsSx> olagamu, s. An assembly ; a 
meeting. 

Losfo olamu, s. Shelter ; cover. Le> 
s^tf^tfo olamasagonu, 0. 72. fo'£. 
To desire shelter. To be defeated; 
to retire. 

L°)tr>&i olaladu. v. n. To play, or 
sport, in water. 

&,£) oli, s. A marriage, portion, or 
dowry ; the peculiar property of 
a woman, given to her, at her 
marriage, by her father-in-law, or 
other relations. 2. A range or 
row. 



iWo ovari, s. Civility, politeness, 

respect. 2. A place of cohabita- 
tion. 3. A bush. 

L#8o-i5b osarintsu, v. n. To move 
aside. 

&>tf8e> osarila, adv. Aside. 

£,& osi, inter j. ! This particle is 
prefixed to the vocative case, or 
is used in other instances, when, 
we address or call females inferior 
to one's- self, among whom a wife 
is always included by the Hindoos. 

Is^»fc3p-t5b ohatintsu, v. n. To retreat, 
retire, or go backwards. 

Ls^8-£r°sS-*9 oharisahari, adv. In con- 
fusion, or disorder. This is applied 
chiefly to the state of an army, 
when defeated. 

i"^TDcr»ow ohoyi, interj. Hola ! ho ! 

L"3jw^"3rer» ohoho, interj. Denoting 
wonder. 

17 s an, The fifteenth letter, and last 

vowel of the Telugu alphabet. 
W^tiz&x auchityamu, s. Propriety - f 

aptness ; fitness. 2- The context. 

3. Circumstances of time, or place. 
IT* isb K&9 ok audugarratsu, vide e><£&> 

avudu, 
fT^'fe audala, adv. Ontlie head. 
%?6 aura, interj. ! This particle 

is prefixed to ;the vocative case, 



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g'oks'-Kantaka 



or is used on other occasions, in 
calling a person of very low de- 
gree ; it is occasionally an inter- 
jection denoting wonder, or praise. 
IG^sx^sSm aushadhanxu, s. Medicine; 
any remedy, drug, herb, or miner- 
al, used for the cure of disease. 

s 

S" lea, The sixteenth letter, and first 
consonant, in theTelugu alphabet. 

go£&£x> kankatamu, s. A cuirass. 2. 
Armour ; mail. 

g'oS'fcS kankati, 5. A bedstead. 

^o^ras6oo kankanamu, s. A bracelet 
or ornament for the wrist. 2. A 
consecrated string tied round the 
wrist, at the commencement of a 
marriage &c- ^'oS'ra^s^easko kan 
kanagrahanamu, A central eclipse. 

S'o^^sSw kankapatramu, s. An ar- 
row. 

S'oS'sSx) kankamu, s- The lotus. 2. A 
heron. 

S'oS'tf kankara, s. Gravel. 

£o'gtf~Tr > &~3 kankaragadide, 5. A 
mule. 

^o-s^fsSw kankalamu, 5. A skeleton. 

£o% kanki, s. An ear, or head of 
corn. 

?f cSb kanku, v. a. To scold ; to abuse. 

£o4pc3S&> kankhamirnu, 5. A horse. 



g'oTfoS kanguni, s. One particle of 
the grain termed Panicum l£ali- 
cum. 

Sofibsw kangulu, s. plu< The grain 

above-mentioned. 
g'o-S'sSco kantsamu, s. A small metal 

plate, turned up at the rim, out 

of which the Hindoos usually eat 

their victuals. 

go-£&~K*&~3 kantsarag'aclide, s. vide 
gcg$ir>&~3 kankaragadide. 

S'o-ift kantsu, s. Any am&lgam of zinc 
and copper ; queen's metal ; bell- 
metal. g'o-Sftfsr'^j S'o-Cu-ecr*^ ka- 
ntsaravadu, kantsalavadu, A bra- 
zier ; a copper-smith. 

SooSbS's&a kantsukamu, s. A sort of 
short bodice, or tight jacket, worn 
by Hindoo females, to confine the 
breasts. 2. A man's jacket. 3. A 
serpent's skin. 4. Armour, mail. 

^o^ kanche, s. A hedge. 2. Waste 
or fallow ground. 

S'o^sj kan chela, s. A tight jacket, 
confining the breasts, Worn by- 
Hindoo women. 

£c&>£&x> kantakamu, s. A thorn. 2, 
Hatred ; detestation. 3. Severity.. 
4. The erection of the hair upon 
the body. 3rofc>&£sb kantakuclu, A 
man hated, detested, or abhorred. 
sTofeofto^ kanfagintsu, To hate, 
or detest. 



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^oto^a kantasari, 5. A necklace. 
S'okn'^.sSM kantalamu, s. A pack- 
saddle, placed on a bullock, or 
horse, in which a Hindoo carries 
his baggage on a journey. 2. A 
load of cotton. 
S'o&jo kantu, s. Antipathy ; aversion; 
hatred. rcfc»~S;&>:> kantupettu, To 
have an antipathy towards another, 
^olo kante, adv. Than, the adverb 
of comparison, as ■sr^S'ola vani- 
kante, than him: For the deriva- 
tion of this word, vide g^. karma. 
s'olo kante, s, A thin narrow plate 
of solid gold, or silver, bent so as 
to fit the neck, arid worn as a 
necklace by Hindoo women, or 
children. 
go&>&x> kantlanuv si vide g'o&r^lfsSw 

kantalamu . 
?To^^xj kanthamu, s. The throat. 
go$-ir$&x>' : &G&> kanthapathamu- 
cheyu, lit. To make the lesson by 
the throat. To get by heart. 
S o2» kanda, s. Flesh; a piece of flesh 
2. The solid or fleshy part of a 
mangoe, peach, &c. or of the 
cucumber, as distinguished from 
the skin, and stone, or seed. This 
word is not applicable to the soft 
pulp of oranges, &c, goti~%b» kan- 

dapettu, To grow fat. S'o&T'tftfsSw 



s'o^-Kandlu 

CO 

kandakavaramu, Pride? from supe- 
rior strength, or stoutness. 

^o^-^H^tf kandatsakkera, *. Sugar- 
candy. 
Xodatftixi kandanamu, s. Bran. 
^oe£> o3-» kanduva, 5. The cloth which 
the Hindoos usually wear over 
the upper part of the body, or 
occasionally tied round the waist. 
^oaSb-sj^afc^sfooejo kanduvadulamulu, 
s. The cross beams, supporting at 
the bottom those which form a 
shelving roof, 
g'o^o^, £otkr>® kanduvu, kanduti, 

s. An itching. 2. The itch, 
go~3 kanrle, s. The ear or head of 
the grain termed mokka jonnalu. 
2. A ball of thread. 
^ o /cs*; s k an 4 r a v i, &• . A melancholy 
event ; a tragical catastrophe, adj. 
Sad, melancholy, tragic. 

£o&> kandlu, s. plu. The plural of 
the irregular noun. S'so^ kannu, 
the eye. Eyes. g'o&S'aS' kandiaka. 
laka, s. Ophthalmia. ro&^^r ^ 
kandlakappukonu, v. a. lit. To 
cover with the eyes. To receive 
or treat one with great kindness, 
or affection, g'o^^^b kondlabadu, 

on * 

v. n. To appear; to be discover- 
ed. 



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S'osS-Kampa 



£o$ kanta, s. A hole, cleft, or open- 
ing. 2. A present given by the 
bridegroom to the bride, on the 
fourth night of the marriage-cere- 
mony. 3. A present bestowed on 
a daughter by her parents, dar- 
ing the nuptial or other auspici- 
ous ceremonies. 

^o© fcanii, s. A wen or excrescence. 

ro«&>£o kantudu, 5. The Hindoo 
Cupid, or god of love. 

g'oS kanda, s. A bulbous root of any 
kind. 2. The root termed Tacca 
pinnatifida. 

gotfsfca kandamu, s. vide s'otf kanda. 

S'oa^sr^ kandarpudu, s, Kama, the 

Hindoo god of love; because he 
inflames even the first of gods. 

goa^sSw kandalamu,s. A sort of quilt, 
placed under a bullock-saddle. 

^oTs^cxsasSw kandayamu, s. A space of 
four months. 

S'oa kandi, s. A crop of the pulse 

termed Doll, or pigeon pea, Citys- 
us cajan. 

go£>6K kandiriga, s. A bee-, because 
it stings. 

S'oab kandu, 5". An infant. 2. Sugar 
of a light colour, adj. Black. 2- 
Being red or inflamed. Soefc^oS 
kanduvendi, Impure silver. 



ro& kandu, v. n. To be scorched, 
or burnt, by the sun* or by fire. 
2. To become red, or be inflamed, 
by a blow. 

S'otfbssko kandukamu, s. A ball to 
play with. 

go&ek kandu du, s. Kumiraswami 
son of Siva, and the Mars of the 
Hindoos. 2. I\ama, the god of love. 

S'o'&ex) kandulu, s. The pulse produ- 
ced by the crop termed roa kan- 
di, q. v. 

£o&># kanduva, s. A hint or token. 
2. Address, finesse, trick, artifice* 
adj. Specious, artful. 

so&>;$ kandu vu, s. An iron-plate, 
used as a cooking utensil, for 
baking cakes, &c 

g'o'Stf kandena, s. Grease, or oil, used 
in greasing wheels. 

^oAK kandriga, s. vide ^oaStf ka- 
ndiriga. 

S'oS kampa, si Dried brambles, thorns, 
or bushes- So3r*6o kampakota, A 
hedge of such brambles, round a 
fort, or city. gcZK 6 ^ kampagoda, 
A hedge of dried brambles. goZ 
&" *&76,3 , osS&' , 2&$ kampatodugu, 
kampatocluvu, s. A large bundle 
of dried brambles, drawn by a 
pair of yoked bullocks. 



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100 



S'Sb^-.-Kakku 



g'osSaks kampamu, s. A trembling, 
shaking, agitation, or tremor. 

g'o&o-^b karcipintsu, f. n. To tremble, 
or shake ; to be agitated ; to have 
a tremulous motion. 

^o^e5"j6» kampitamu, adj. Trembl- 
ing, shaking. rosS^s5s> kampana- 
mu, s. A trembling, moving, or 
shaking ; a tremulous motion, adj. 
Trembling, shaking. $S^osSs$x> 
bhiikampamu, An earthquake. 

got& kampu, s. A smell of any kind- 
2. Fragrance. 3. A stink or bad 
smell. It is generally used in this 
last sense, adj. Stinking. | 

£ocg)R"*6*> kampugottu,# n. To stink- 

^0^)^05^ ^fco kamputummachettu, s. 
A fetid mimosa tree. 

g'oasfea kambamu, s. A post, pillar, or 
column. 

gonV&n kambalamu, s. A blanket ; 
termed by Europeans in India a 
cumbly. The Indian blankets are 
usually of a dark colour. 

gonP kambali, s. vide S'oa^sSwitfe^ 
S'oaP kambalamn. ratnakambali, 
lit. An ornamented blanket. A 
carpet. 

roD kambi, s. Wire, 2. The lines, 
or border, at the ends of a Hin- 
doo's cloth. 



£oj$t&\ kambetstsu, s. A plate, with 

holes, used as an instrument for 
drawing wire. 

S'oswsx) kambulu,s. The grain termed 

Holcus spicatus, and in Hindu- 
stani Bajra. 

gctf&xs kambhamu, s. vide ^o^s5» 

kambamu. 
So? £v$ kanllakalaka, s. vide $o&£o 

£ kandlakalaka, Under ^o£b ka- 

ndlu. 
g'o&S kanllu, s. vide ^o£o kandlu. 

g'o^P'fyo^&j, ^o-£r°g) kamsalavadu, 
kamsali, 5. A gold or silversmith; 
a worker in the precious metals. 

ST^- kakka, $. A father. 

ggi—% kakkara, s. The Numidian 
crane. 

g^lj-Xsxo kakkasamu, s. Harshness. 
2. Dunning a person for a debt 
due. rSk_tfsSK>er*£& kakkasamula- 
r]u,To speak harshly. ^S^-cSss^ ka- 
kkasapadu, To be harsh. 2. To be 
very importunate for money due. 

S^k-fro-eft kakkasintsu, v. a, To use 
harsh, or cruel expressions. 2. To 
Qun for debp. 

r&k- kakku, s. The teeth of a file, 
or saw ; the rough part of a mill- 
stone. 2. Vomiting. 3. The thing 
vomited, v. a, To vomit. ^Sb^- 
-^&» kakknpettu, To sharpen the 



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301 



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teeth of a file &c. sfSofc-^sfc kak- 
kuveyu, To cut or make rough, a 
mill-stone< by indenting it. g'J^) 
Z&^vo kallepukakkulu, The bit 
of a bridle. 
#jk r .o'*Si kakkintsu, v. Cans. To cause 
to vomit. 2. To make another re- 
.gorge, or give back. ^So^^b kak- 
kudu, Vomiting. ^So^-^^ex) kak- 
ku devulu, The vomiting di- 
sease. This is a name which the 
Hindoos give to £he vomiting 
produced in children by hiccough, 
and among grown up persons from 
bile, or other causes. 

.S'Sb^-el©, £S5r*k_e38 kakkurriti, kak- 
kurriti, s. Precipitance. 2. Impor- 
tunity. 3. Want, indigence. 4. In- 
dolence. 

,S"3fr_tf kakkera,s.mZ£ S^^tf kakka- 
ra. 

^K s5» kaggamu, s. A sword ; a scy- 

o - - - > ....-.., 

metar. 

g"3§8 kacheri, s. A cutchery, or 

public office, for the transaction 
of business. 2. The bride, or bride- 
groom, or both, sitting in state, 
with dancers amusing them. 
^■5\ kachcha, 5. The end of the lower 

garment, which, after the cloth is 
tied round the body, passes bet- 
ween the legs, and is tucked up 
behind, into the waist-band. 



S'vf^&tfu katstsadamu, s. The act of 
moving the pieces, in the Hindoo 
game termed Sogataloo, in some 
degree resembling back-gammon. 
2. A bullock cart. o. vide, s'-s'a ka- 

tstsa- 

^\o$ kachchimpu, s. vide % <&>&£» 
katstsadamu, No. 

s'-SK % kachchika, s. A burnt cake of 
dried dung. 

S'tSov katstsu, v. a. To move the 
pieces, in the Hindoo game term- 
ed Sogataloo. 

^afc\ex> katstsuln,^. plu. Splendour ; 
glittering. 2. Lies ; frivolous ex- 
cuses. 

S^x kachche, s. A dispute, quarrel, 
noise, or disturbance. 

S^tfM kachchhamu, adj. Contiguous 
to water ; watery, s. The hem of 
a garment. 

g2T°a&6x> kajjayamu, s. A sweet- 
cake, fried in ghee. 

gbsgfyr* katakata, inter j. Expressive 
of sorrow, or grief. Ala? ! alas ! 
ir&srfeaoaZk katakatambadu, To 
grieve, or lament- 
s' feos 5 j^rsfoa,ex>, g'&S'dr'ew katakata- 
kammtilu, katakataln, s. pi. Alow- 
railing, about two feet high, gene 
rally found in the verandas or 
halls of Mohammedans, and used 



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102 



s'd^-Kattani 



as the back of a couch, of which 
the seat is the ground. 

g&gxSoo katakamu, s. The town or 

province of Cuttack. 2. A brace- 
let. 

S'kr kata, interj. vide s'&s'&r* kata- 

kata. 
^kr*a katari, s. A dagger, with a 

handle which runs up the arm, 

on each side, when it is seized by 

the hand. 

^do-"IL563dkatakshamii, s. A glance or 
side look. 2. Favor, regard, com- 
passion, kindness. 3. Protection. 
In Telugu it is used chiefly in its 
second meaning. 

S'krojko^ katakshintsu, v. a. To 
favor, or regard. 

^ kati, s. The hip or buttock. g& 
&p> «£ sS» katisiitramu, s. The small 
string tied round a Hindoo's waist, 
whence is suspended the bit of 
cloth which covers the privities. 

£3$ katika, adj. Mere, quite, entire, 
total. 2- Cruel, horrid. g'fe3§'-&s'fe8 
katikack£kati,Total darkness, g&g 
'^oS'sSm katikamekamu, The rhino- 
ceros. 

g&g«r>&> katikavadu, s. An atten- 
dant or watchman over the apart- 
ments of the king's women. % A 
butcher. 



S'feSS katiki, s. vide g&g katika. 

^&>Dok& katumarlu, s. pi. The cheek 
bones. 

gkx>t$ katuvu. s. A pungent taste. 
2. Solidity, hardness, adj. Pun- 
gent. 2. Solid, hard. 

g&w$ katuvu, s. A bier. 

g-feo katta, s. A bundle. 2. A bank, 
or shore. 3. A dam, or embank- 
ment. ^koTtkxi kattagattu, To tie a 
bundle ; to pack up. 2. To dam or 
embank. r^'SKJr'fcw kattategagro- 
ttu, To break an embankment. 
S"toli7fckattategu,An embankment 
or dam, to be broken. g&~iz$&> 
kattaveyu, To raise, or throw up, 
an embankment. 

£ko, S'&n* katta, katta, interj. vide 

g&gkr* katakata, s. A kuttah, or 

custom house, for the levy of 
duties. 

sko£& kattakada, adv. At the far- 

thest point ; at the very end. 

S'toS kattacla, 5. An order, or corn- 
er •• • 

mand, 2. A law, rule, or ordin- 
ance ; a precept. 3. A custom, gko 
&^£o£o kattadacheyu, To give an 
order. 2. To make an enactment ; 
to establish a law. 
S , &r° t 37fco2& kattanigundlu, 5. A 



nee 



klace of small gold beads. 






103 



^"^sw.Katlelu 



^&>g kattadi, adj. C i"ueJ, hard-heart- 
ed, unfeeling. 2. Inflexible. 

g*«ao kattu, 5. A tie, or bond. 2. A 
knot or bandage. 3. A rule, regu- 
lation; or law. 4. A system. 5. A 
plot. 6. Prohibition. 7. Preven- 
tion, or restraint. 8. A charm, or 
enchantment. 9. A ferrule, or any 
ornament, on a stick. 10. The 
water in which any sort of pulse 
is boiled. 

gkx kattu, v. a. To tie, bind, or con- 

nect. 2. To affix, or attach. 3. To 
build, erect, or construct. 4. To be 
with young as applied to cattle 
only. 5. To charm? or fascinate. 6. 
To fly in an inauspicious manner. 

r&»§^s6 kattukonu, ». Comp. To tie, 
or bind, round one's own body. 2. 
To do, or commit, an action. 3. To 
embrace. 4. To marry. 5. To con- 
quer. 

s &o& kattintsu, v. Cans. To cause 

to tie, or bind. 2. To cause to build. 

^k>2ss5w kattadamu, s- An edifice, or 
eo ... 

building. 
^bni^bo^c&o kattubatucheyu, v. a. 

To lay down a system. 2. To es- 
tablish a law. r&o§^o7fo kattukon- 
gu, That part of a female Hindoo's 
garment, which she ties round her 
waist. 

^fex£>c3 kattubadi, adj. lit. Having 
fallen into a bond- Tied, fixed, 



permanent, invariable. This is a 
revenue term, usually applied to 
lands on which a fixed, invariable, 
and favorable rent is assessed; 
and which have 1 commonly been 
granted,on that tenure, or to peons, 
liable to be called out occasional- 
ly for the service. 

S"l3 katte, s. A stick, or staff. 2. A 

piece of wood. 3. Firewood. 

s&>^s$:>o katnamu, s, A building, or 

edifice. 2. Presents given by re- 
lations to each other, during the 
celebration of a marriage, &c. 3. 
Presents formerly given by zemin- 
dars and others, to the governor of 
a province. 4. A reward; or re- 

' compense. 

Zkofosoxs katlagudiya, 5. A club, or 

cudgel, bound with iron rings, at 
intervals. 

g&z$o& katladanda, *' A necklace Of 
alternate gold and black beads, 
strung in four or five rows. 

r&oi§>3ofo katlapurugu, s. A danger- 
ous snake striped with black. 

g'fei katli: s. That species of litter, 
which is generally termed a Dooly. 

g&blt katlatige, s. A plant. Cissam- 
pelos hexandra. 

g"?->ex> katlelu, s. plu. Weights. This 
is generally applicable to those 
with which the precious metals are 
weighed. 



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104 



*r&-Kafff 



g-w*Q kathari, s. vide §"<^>8 katari. 
S'QtfsS*) ka£hinamu, adj. Hard, firm, 
solid. 2. Difficult. 3. Severe, cruel, 
inflexible, rigid, un tractable. 
g^tfifto kathoranru, adj. Hard, solid. 
2. Difficult. 3. Frightful, horrible. 
4. complete, full ; full grown. 
S'eS kada, s. Place. 2. Quarter or 
direction. 3. End, or extremity. 
4. Side, or corner, adj. Last. Post- 
pos. Near. When this word is 
affixed to the infinitive of verbs, 
it forms, with it, an abstract noun. 
stS'k-dS ikkada, In this place, or 
here. ts^aS, ws^fi akada, akka- 
da ; In that place, or there. jn$j& 
nakada, Near me. -xr>^Sa rakada, 
Coming, &*sf£ pokada, Going, g 
SoS'cS kattakada, At the very end. 
"^o25«S , d»pendalakada,Early,sooii, 
not too late. "633 & repakada, In 
the morning. S&K& veligada, Dry 
ground ; soil not watered artificial- 
ly, but by the rains. ;5tfXd£ pafa- 
gada, A field which is situated 
close to a village. "^(MgzS chettu- 
kada, The end, or top, of a tree. 
S'&ofib, S^Kb kadangu, kadagu* v. u. 
To display courage, or evince in- 
trepidity, in battle, & To strive, 
or endeavour, 



g£o£ kadanka, s. Bravery. 2. The 

display of courage in battle. 

g&tioZk kadagandlu, s. ply. Calami- 
ties, evils, dangers, afflictions, mis- 
eries, persecutions. 

S'&sS kadapa, s. The under timber 
of the door frame. 2. The thresh- 
old, or entrance, sts'ao^tf frs&sS 
e^S'k-ssb ikamida nikadapa tokka 
nu, lit. I shall not hereafter kick 
the under timber of thy doorframe. 
I shall never again enter your 
threshold. $d£$zsy(M kadapadatu, 
To cross the threshold ; to go out. 

S'&sSk) kadapata, adv. vide Under %& 
kada. 

g'&ssb kadama, s. The remainder, rest, 
or residue, adj. Remaining. 

§"&£> kadali, 5. The sea. ^©so^fo 
kadalikuturu, Lakshami, the wife 
of Vishnu, and goddess of prospe- 
rity ; because she was produced 
from the churning of the ocean. 
^£©"3^ kadalivenna, The moon; 
because it was also produced by 
the churning of the ocean. 

S'&ss kadava, s. A large earthen pot, 

in which water is generally carri- 
ed. 

gz»°b kadani, s. Massy, or pure gold. 

r& kadi 5 s. A morsel ; a mouthfuL 

2. A stool of cow-dtfng. 



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105 



STnoSb- Kariudu 



rS^s5» kaditamu, s, A book made 
of folded cloth, covered with a 
black paste? on which accounts 
and memoranda are written, 
with a kind of soft stone, used 
chiefly by merchants. The writing 
may be effaced by a wet cloth; it 
resembles a slate, in this respect, 
as well as in the appearance of 
the white- writing. 

r&a kadidi, adj. Large, great, big. 

r§sx> haclimi, s. Valour, bravery, 
gallantry. 

sf&csSsSM kadiyamu, s. A. bracelet, or 
ancle-ring. 

Sfe& kadu, adj. Much ; great, g'jkr* 
& kadukonu, v. n. To be disting- 
uished, or signalized in battle. 

%&>!& kadugu, v. a. To wash, or 
lave. 2. To cleanse, s> The water 
in which rice has been washed. 
3" & ft oik kadigintsu, v. Cans. To 

cause to wash, or cleanse. £&> 
^V-s& kadukkonu, p* Comp. To 
wash, or cleanse. 
S'e&sg) kadnpu, s. The belly, or sto- 
mach. 2. Pregnancy. 3. The foetus. 
StfXskjg) paragadupu, This applies 
to the state of the stomach, before 
a person has broken his fast. An 
empty, or fasting stomach. ££&<£) 



#*&o£&> kaduputoundu, To be 
pregnant, ^^^©o-ik kadupudin- 
tsu, To cause to miscarry; to cause 
an ajbortiom ^^b^aK^^o kadupu- 
digabadu, To miscarry, or have 
an abortion. 

g'j&sfcoo^ kadumunta, s. A small 
pot, or pitcher, with a large 
mouth- 

££&># kaduva, s. vide s'&sS, s^stf-crfc 

kadava, kaduvarasi, The sign of 
Aquarius. 

S'S&sff §&»kaduvatitu, s. A small drum. 

gX9°oss<Sx> kaddayamu, s. Compul- 
sion, force, violence, constraint. 

£& kaddi, s. An ingot, or bar of 
metal. 

£&g kanaka, s. vide g&og kadanka, 

Under r£o7fo kadansro. 

r^Ko kanagu, v. n. vide r&oKo ka- 
il angu. 

g'rBajsSaj kanadzamu, s. A barm or 
magazine? for grain. 

S'n^ kanata, s* The temple of the 
head. 

g&s$x> kanamu, 5. A small particle, 
or atom. 

^©kaniti, s. The animal which is 
usually called an elk. 

S'raoK* kanudzu, 5. An elk. 2. A hawk. 

r?3otfbtf> kanuduru, s. vide ^oAK ka»* 



drfga. 



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106 



3f^.Katlia 



^esosg) kanupu, s* A knot, knuckle, 
or joint. 

^& kata, 5. wcZe g$ katba. 

££<&, *?«&&> kataku, katuku, v. a. To 
lap with the tongue. 

t&# katana, postpos. By, by means 
of. 2. Because. 3. On account o£ 

%&&» katamu, s. Cause- 

^ tfer^a kattalani, 5. A horse. 

^ ^fs5>5 kattalamu, s. Armour, mail. 

g 8 katti, A sword or sabre. 2. A 
knife.. 3. A razor. g" ©e&foafokatti- 
duyuj To draw a sword, g ©&»<» 
kattiorra, A sword's scabbard, or 
sheath, ^^y banakatti, A dou- 
ble-edged sword. sboKoZ © man- 
galakatti,A barber's knife, a razor. 
gj&h&g kattipidaka, The case 
hung to the side of a toddy drawer, 
containing a knife, and other 
implements. ^_©l)^ kattipita, A 

large kitchen knife, fixed perpen- 
dicularly in a stool, against the 
edge of which vegetables, &c. are 
cut; g'^ex>«r s -&><xr>2& kattulutome- 
vadu, A knife-grinder, 
g'ekss kattuva, 5. A wooden, pointed", 
spade ; the lower part of which 
is not square, but' triangular, one 
of the angles forming the point. 
It is much used, in the Northern 
Circars, in digging large clods? 
when the earth is wet. 



SH katte, 5. In compos, only, used 
as an affix, to denote A female : 
as ^8Sj§ chelikatte, A female 
friend. The corresponding male 
affix is -r°e&, -7f>&> kadu, gadu. 

S Htf, £ HS^o kattera, katterako- 
la, s. Scissors. SlS8pifc, W ©So-tfo 
katterintsu, kattirintsu, To shear, 
or cut with scissors. s"gtfer*oX' 
kattera donga, A pick-pocket, 
who, in a crowd, or at a festival, 
secretly cuts off any ornament 
from the person of another, with 
scissors. 

sflltf^b^, Slltfe^ katteratsuk- 
ka, katterarikka, s. The third 
lunar mansion, corresponding 
with the Pleiades, g "S^er^."^^ 
katterarikkanela, The 8th Telugu 
lunar month ; that in which the 
moon's change takes place near 
the Pleiades, when the sun is in 
Scorpio, vide &j^& ugadi. 

S" "g»'^r , S)l)ew katterabavililu, s. flu. 

D 

An ornament,, set with precious 
. stones, worn by Plindoo females, 
near the top of the ear. 

%% katha, s. A story, tale, or fable. 
2. A narrative, or relation. 3. A 
chronicle or history. ^§&£& kathi- 
kudu, A narrator of ancient tales. 



S'-zy-Kada 



107 



S'Sdafc-Kadiyu 



g$ kada, particle, vide gzr kada\ 
sc5o£3s53o kadambamn, s. A flock, or 
multitude. 2. An arrow. 3. A col- 
lection of perfumes. rc5o»&*& ka- 
dambapodi, A sort of perfumed 
powder. 

g'&Sb, ^25b§o kadaku, kaduka, v. a. 
vide §"^go kataku. 

£z$-2r> kadapa, s. 4 counter-agree- 
ment. 

S"tfeo kadalu, v. n. To move, stir, or 
shake. %&§£ kadalika, s. Motion. 

S'sSoiSb, S'esoox kadalintsu, kadaltsu, 
v. a. To move, stir, or shake; in 
an active sense. 

g-&*i S'es kacla, kada, particle. This 
is a corruption of the interroga- 
tive form of the negative particle. 
-3-° & kadu, Not, and literally de- 
notes Is it not so ?. It corresponds 
in use f witk the English words- 
Since, as, neither, indeed, even 
really, entirely &c. Added to in- 
finitives it expresses the precative 
imperative ; and has many other 
variations of moaning, to be ga- 
thered from the context, syi&o 

osScsslJ^ va'du yogyudugacla va- 
nito snehamu cheyyavalenu, As he 
is a worthy man, I must con- 



tract friendship with him. &r°£>( 
SosSe tsudagadayya, Pray look, Sir. 

rupayiledugada okakasugddaledu, 
I have neither a rupee, nor even 
a cash. ^2&^-°. •£■*£& K^ ^so"^ 

«5jSo vaduvrastadugada yemichep- 
panu, I am unable to express my 
admiration of his writing. r^o^sSao 

konchemu sambalagadugada-oka 
varahayichchinadu,Even a person 
on a small salary, gave one pagoda. 

"e5&-.X'£sScs5oo mfto matladudamante- 

savakas'amledugadavayya,Though 
I wish to speak with you, I 
have not leisure. -^gbfr^s^Q 

&> &coo&z$-xF><Dd sSofjo-tfo nakani- 
vu ivvavalasinadi padivaralnga- 
da andulo ippuclu ayidu varalu 
pampintsu, You know that you 
must give me ten pagodas ; of 
these, send me five at present, 
rscooj kadiyu, v. n. To touch, to be 
contiguous, to meet to join, to ap- 
proach. 2. To be pressed or squeez- 
ed. 3. To copulate, v. a. To obtain. 
?fao»otft kadiyintsu, To cause to 
touch, &c. 



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108 



g'SoJKanu 



sfeSo-ab kadilintsu, v. a. vide s'&So 
•&> kadalintsu, Under, g'esex) kadalu. 

g'sfo^) kadupu, s. A herd of cattle, or 
flock of sheep. 

^efos5w kadumu, s. The coagulated 
blood, suffused under the skin, 
after a bruise, v. a. To push a 
way. 2. To extend. 

tfaotfykaduru, 5. A spindle. 2. An 
awl, or puncheon. 

g'&ex) kadulu, v. n. vide s'csoo kadalu. 

%& kaddu, The third person neuter, 
in the singular number, of the af- 
firmative aorist of ^ewKb kalugu, 
To be possessed ; to exist. It is, 
there is. In reply to questions re- 
specting existence, this word re- 
presents the general English af- 
firmative yes, as opposed to "e$&> 

; ledu, p. v. ; thus, g'-es-*, if 73^ kad- 

cla, leda. Is it, or not ? With the 
dative case, g& kaddu, Express- 
es possession, as ^gog'jsb nakuka- 
ddu, I have. 

%$t-$zr>&> kanakanaladu, v. n* Live 
coals, to burn red-hot. 

£tf»2& kanabadu, v. n. vide g&Xth 
kanupadu, Under, g'sfc kanu. 

g'tfsfc kanama, s. A defile, or pass, 
between two mountains, 

Ktftfb kanaru, s. An acrid, bitter, or 

* disagreeable taste. 



g'tfew kanalu, v: n. To be angry, s 
Anger. 

S'SS'SsSm kanikaramu, s. Pity, com- 
passion. 

S'jso kanu, v. a. To see or look ; to 
regard ; to perceive ; to observe. 
2. To meet. 3. To bring forth ; To 
bear young. 4. To beget. 5. To 
produce, as applied to fruit trees, 
or crops. 6. To yield a revenue, or 
profit. 

§> kanu, s. The eye. g&, sftfsSJk 
kanu, kana-padn, To appear ; to 
seem. It is used impersonally, 
with the dative case. 

S'sfc, s"tf sSeM-db kanu, kanaparrutsu, v. 
a. To shew, or point oat. 

S'jtfo, g'sfxD-sSb kanu, kanipintsa, v. 
Coals. To shew, or point out. 2. To 
deliver a female, or animal, in la- 
boar. This verb is also used im- 
personally, with the dative case ; 
and then denotes. To seem ; To 
appear. 2. To be sensible of pain, 
to feel. 3. To be afflicted' with, or 
labouring under, any disease ; as 
-5r>a§ £e>sr°§aS's>ao-£)tfa'variiki ta- 
lanoppi kanipinchinadi, He has a 
head-ache. ^g-eSts^-s^bb *f$E>o-t& 
okariki ammavaru kanipintsu, 
Any one to have the small pox. 
sr»r*;$> kanikonu, Yulgarly writ- 
ten. 



S'j^-Kanna 



109 



s£v $5s>=Kannamu 



g&g*l r .& kanukkonu, v. comp. To 

see, to look, to regard, to perceive, 
to observe. 2. To bring forth 
young. 3. To find out, detect, or 
discover. g&?T i & kanugoiiu, To 
see, look, or perceive. £»"£>&» ka- 
nipettu, To watch, or take care 
of. 2. To expect, or look out for. 
3. To find out, to discover. 4. To 
divine. g'sft^SS kanukoliki, The 
corner of the eye. 

^&hbx> kanugitu, v. a. To wink, or 
make signs with the eyes. ^<332S° 
s5b, g&TS*'^ kanuboma, kanubo- 
mnia, The eye brow- 

g'ssb /sr jsS» kanubramu, v. a. To con- 
ceal; to put out of sight. 

S'sfc'Swofcsftb kanumorragu, v. n. To 
disappear, to vanish. g'jSolk)^ ka- 
nurreppa, The eye-lid. 

S'pSoa-ifcx kanuvitstsu, v. n. To awake. 

^^b*3-c\ kanuvetstsa, s. lit. eye- 
warmth. Gentle heat, or warmth. 

gf&t&fC-tot kanupugottu, v. a. To cut 
into pieces. 

S'i&sfc kanuma, s. A gap. 2. A pass 
through hills. 

S\tfSs5» kanumu, s. The day after the 
Pongal feast, or after any eclipse^ 

Sjtfx kanna, adv. Than. This word, 
and So!j kante, which is syiioni- 



mons with it, are the common ad- 
verbs of comparison, It is very 
generally believed that the former 
is the relative past participle, and 
the latter the subjunctive, of 
the verb. £•& kanu, to see &c. 
When, g"^ kanna, is used as the 
past relative participle of g& ka- 
nu, q. v. it may occasionally be 
translated own ; thus, g^ $££> 
kannatalli, One 7 s own mother, lit. 
the mother who bore, rtfx £)& ka- 
nnabidda, One's own child, lit. 
The child born, ^s\ & g kanna- 
tandri, One s own father, lit. The 
father who begot. 

£$\& kannada, s. Contempt, disre- 
gard. 2. Indifference ; negligence. 

S'tfN 2»sfc» kannadamu, 5. The langu- 
age of Carnataca, improperly term- 
ed the Ganarese. ^^^ kannada, 
adj. Of or belonging to the coun- 
try of Carnataca. S'tf^JI kannadi, 

s. An inhabitant of the Carnataca 
country. 

£$k s6m kannamu, s. A hole. 2. A hole 

made by thieves in a wall. This is 

the manner in which burglary is 

usually committed in India^sfx tt» 

£&, ¥"<tf\ &?&) kannagadu, kannadi- 

du, A thief as above defined. A 



s'sS&.Kapata 



110 



3f&o-Kappu 



person who has committed bur- 
glary. S'tf^^s'jl , r#\ "§o^><i> kanna- 
pukatti, kannapukola,, Theinstru" 
ment with which a thief commits 
burglary, as above defined §"#% sSm 
"^aaco, S'sTn s*»*s>&>d kannamuveyu, 
kannamupettu, To commit bur- 
glary, as above explained. 

S ?^So kannaku, s. A noble, or ex- 
cellent, person. 

S'rK osS kanniya, s. vide g'tfo kanya. 

g&± kannu, s. Irregular, making in 
the inflex. Sing. §"ofeS kanti, And 
in the nom. nlu. goth kandlu, 

L to • 

The eye. 52. The joint or knot in a 
cane, or in the stalk of a reed, 

or plant. 3. The mesh of a net. 4. 
A vital part, vide g'so kanu, When- 
ce this word is derived. £^«» 
kannirru,A tear. g'sso^firSooo kannu- 
doyi, A couple of eyes. 

g~3\ kanne, s. vide ^tfo.s'i^els'sfco 
kanya-kannerrikamu, s. Virginity. 
2. The act of first cohabiting with 
a female. 

5ftf<? kanya, .5. A girl of eight years 
of age. 2. A virgin. 3. The sign 
Virgo in the zodiac 

t$v^ kanyaka, s. A little girl. 2. A 
maiden, or virgin. 

ss$k>s$:» kapatamu, s. Dissimulation, 

artful concealment of one's inten- 



tions. 2. Cunning, artifice. 3. A 
feint, or trick. 4. Deceit, cheating. 
^sSfeS, S'Sto^So^b kapati, kapatasthu 
du, A cunning person ; a cheat. 

g'&'gj kapile,s. This is the name given 
to an engine, of very simple con- 
struction, used for drawing up 
water from wells. A large 'pulley, 
supported by strong pieces of 
wood, is raised on the highest side 
of the well ; and, by means of it, 
the water is drawn up in a lea- 
thern bucket, by two yoked bul- 
locks, which pulldown an artifici- 
al descent, formed for the pur- 
pose. 

S^tfs&o kapuramu, s. Camphor. 

g^ kappa s. A frog. 

S^©«S^2» kappachippalu, a- A bi- 
valve shell. 

S'sSvsfco kappamu, s. Tribute, g^sfoa 
S'feo kappamu kattn, To give or 
pay (lit. To tie) tribute. 

S^^afea kapparamu, s. A variegated 
colour. 

S'sSjj kappu, v, a. To cover, v. n. To. 
spread, or extend. 2. To collect or 
settle in a thick covering, as the 
clouds before heavy rain, or smoke 
^>ver a large cit} T . 



£©*s5*>..Kabbamu 



111 



^55ocr*_Kama}a 



^s5v kappu. s. A covering. 2. Thatch. 
3. Black colour. 4. The black com- 
position, with which the Hindoos 
rub their teeth, and which covers 
the interstices between them. adj. 
Black. £&j, £#£r°& kappi, kappu- 
konu, v. Comp. To envelope one's- 
self; to cover one's- self. 2. To 
spread, extend, or collect, as above 
explained. g^-gpra&» kappatala- 
mu, A pad lock. 

&&gtfs&» kappuramu, s. vide §^£&» 
kapnramu. 

£"2^ tf kappera, s. An earthen vessel, 
used as a plate for victuals, at 
the meals of the lower classes of 
Hindoos. The superior classes in- 
variably use metal vessels. 2. A 
pot used in begging alms. 

f^s5» kapramu, s. vide g^tfssa ka- 
puramu. 

S'so^skw kabaiamu, s. A mouthful, a 
morsel .2. Physic- ball for horses, 
g'a&o-ik kabalintsu, v. a. To' swal- 
low, to devour, to gulp. 

^■©•^sSoakabadamu, s. A bullock-load 
of grass, or straw. 2. Forage. 

S'ttofr kaburu, 5. News, intelligence. 
2. Eeport. 3. A message. 

ifPxsSw kabbamu, s. Poetry. 



S£KS*r>£& kabbilivadu, 5-. A toddy- 
drawer. 

S'sfco&ejsSw, S'sSbo&exjjg) kamandala- 
mu, kamandalupu, s. The water- 
pot of an ascetic, or hermit. 

g'sfc^sSw kamatamu, s. The cultiva- 
tion which the owner carries on 
with his own farming stock, by 
means of another. 2. The land of 
which the zemindar, jaghiredar, 
shotriumdar, inamdar, &c. him- 
self retains the farm in his own 
hands, or causes to be cultivated 
with his own farming stock, in 
contradistinction to the land rent- 
ed out by him to others- ^8fc5£-rc* 
eso kamatagadu, s. The person em- 
ployed to cultivate, with the farm- 
ing stock of the owner. 

S'sSbifc kamaru, v. n. To be singed, or 
burnt, as applied to hair or lea- 
ther, and to the body if burnt 
black, s. The/ act of burning as 
above. 

^55oe)s5w kamalamu, s. The lotus, or 
Nymphcea nelumbo. 2. Water. 3- 
An antelope. 

Sfs6£r>sSo&> kamalapandu, 5. A small 
sweet orange, usually in India, 
termed the hill orange.. 



^^j TV-Kammaga- 



112 



r^-Kammi 

— i 



^s5bex> kamalu, ?;.?z.To fade, or wither. 

2. To be scorched by the sun. 3. 

To be burned hy fire, without 

coming in immediate contact with 
it. 

S'sfc *r°!3i>y>2h kamasalevadu, s. vide 
goir*vGr*&) kamsalavadu. 

£"££§& kamikili, s. The hand, held 
with the fingers bent, and sepa- 
rated. This word is much used 
with the affix, dgb edu, And 
is chiefly affixed to words denot- 
ing food, to express a handful ; as 
g'Stol^tss^sSao kamikeduannamu, 
A handful of boiled rice. 

S"j6cm-^) kamutsu,*?. a. To swallow, to 
devour. 

STs^tfo kamurti, v. n. vide £&&> ka- 
rri ar a. 

^s&, kamma, s. A branch or bough 

— e o 

of any tree of the palm species. 
2. A letter of correspondence, 
written upon thft palm leaf. 3. A 
kind of ear-ring worn by Hindoo 
women, adj. Delicious, pleasant. 
g'.fc.tf-tfsSM, g'sSo tf kammadanamti, 
kammana, A delicious odour or 
taste. 

3^-tp kammaga, adv. Well, in good 
order. 



g'sfc ^ot^^o, S'sSd.Q kammaravadn, 

—6 —6 

kammari,s.An iron or black-smith, 
g's&^e^, £s6,tfa kammarata, kam- 
maradi, A female of that caste. 
This is one of the five castes of 
artificers, vide go-fr°v5T*?&>, "SfeS^ 
s&,tf«£raoe& kamsalavadu, baitika- 
mmaravandlu, Itinerant black- 
smiths. 

s'o^-o^bb kammavaru, s. phi. The 
kammavars, a numerous caste of 
Telugu Sudras, usually employ- 
ed in agriculture. 

%&> .8§"sta> kammarikama,5.The caste 
itself in the abstract. 

g£». kammi, 5. Wire. 2. A bar. 3. The 

— o 

line or border at the ends of a 
Hindoo's cloth, vide s'oSj ^^ 
&d kambi, inapakammi, An iron 
bar. s'&sSsfS*) kadapakammi, The 

~~6 

threshold. s»a&»__§'sx>, s5do^_Sd 
mukkukammi,mnkkammi, A gold 
or ornamented ring, worn by 
women, and suspended from the 
side of the nose, which is perfor- 
ated for this purpose. gSn-^X&a&a 

— d 

kammi sagadiyu, To draw wire. 
£&>■&£ kammichfra, A woman's 
cloth, with a stripe on it's border. 
sf&j&oaSo kammicliyu, To draw 
wire. 2. To flee away. 



^tf^.Karaka 



113 



tftfea-Karana 



^s5m> kammu, v. a. To cover. 2. To 
spread, or extend. 3. To over- 
spread. 4. To surround. TT'o&og 
ss^ gontukammu, To become 
hoarse. 

S'sSw c5w kammudala, s. Covering. 2. 
Concealing. 3. An escort. 4. Aid. 
aSa2Mig^f£amabbukamminad1/Ehe 
cloud overspread. •sr>jo§-g©g's6; W xSto 

° D 

tf a vanikimaik amugamminadi , He 
is completely intoxicated, I&sfoog' 
S>o £s> senalukamminavi,The troops 
surrounded. 

S'-^tpSo kammeraku, s. A kind of 
beetle leaf, darker and stronger 
than the common one. 

?fooo kayi, s. The hand. 

lfo*> kayi, s. A poet, sTom^, row^s&o 
kayita, kayitamu, Poetry, ^ooo-o3 
^j^ kayisarudu, A poet. 

^o»$j kayiphu, & Drunkenness. 

S"c*6g kayya, 5. A brook, or running 
stream. 2. A paddy field. 

?f csSgsSw kayyamu, s. Battle, combat. 
2. A quarrel or dispute. 3. War. 

SfS kara, s. A hedge. 2. An embank- 
ment, vide £&9 karra. 

if srtf karakara, 5. Sharpness. 2. The 
noise made in chewing, or by the 
iron style in writing on the pal- 
myra leaf. 



gtfgd k^irakari, s. Confusion. 2. Mix- 
ture. 

£%£•&* karakas£, s. A dispute regard- 
ing boundaries. 

S'tf-g-'k-ctfD karakkaya, s. The fruit 
of the g'tfs^to) karakachettu, g. 

£0 m J 

v* There are some curious phrases 
in which this word is. used, viz. 
$T*6oS'tf-2-*k_cs3£>db notakarakkaya 
badu, lit. This fruit to fall in the 
mouth. To be prevented. !&r>b>g 

tf-s^ J _c8$-i?r ) &)o, ~£rrtx> notakarakka 
ya-gottu, vey'u, lit. To force this 
fruit into the mouth. To prevent. 

S'tfKtfsfco karagasamu, s. A saw. 

S'STfo karagu, v. a. or n. To melt, dis- 
solve, or waste.This verb, like the 
English verb to melt, is used ei- 
ther in an active, or neuter sense. 
ss>#&>Xtffio manasugaragu, To feel 
compassion, ts %ti$rk> astifearagtr, 
An estate to be wasted. 

S'tf ■&' karatsu, v. a. To melt. 

g'tffto-tfo kara gin tsu, v. Cans. To 
cause to melt, &c. 

^^^p?6oo, ^tf£b karadamu, karadu, s. 
A wave. 

5ftfn>;&» karanamu, s. An organ of 
sense. 2. Cause. 3. An instrument 
or means of action. 4. A curnum 

or village accountant. In Telinga,- 
15 



s'ea-Karidi 



114 



S^Ty-Karoda 



na, these are generally Brahmans; 

in the Tam]l country, Sudras of 

the Pilly tribe. g'tf^g'sfea karanika 

ruu, The'office of a village account- 
ant. 

^ti& kararii, s. Manner, way, mode. 
2. Similarit} 7 , likeness. 

g'tf.sfoa karamu, s. The hand. 2. A 
ray. 3. A tax. 

£#s5m karamu^ adj» Much, great. 

S'tfsn-aja karavayi s. An instrument 
used by gold-smiths. 

^tf oyosfco, rtf-^ew karavalamu, kara 
valu, 5. A scymitar* or sabre, 
thirty inches long. 

§^& kararu, s. Agreement, engage- 
ment. 

Stp&^oqco kararu cheyu, v. a, To en- 
gage, to agree. 

£-&*&$&> kararupadu, v> n. To be 
agreed. 

^-o-*?5b j3-°s5o-° kararunarna, 5. A written 
agreement, ©r engagement. 

s 9 kari, s. The pudendum of any 
female, either of the human or 
brute species. 2. A sharp weapon. 

§6$ karini, s. A female elephant. 

g'e^^o&D karinevandlu, s. plu. A 

CO 4 

particular caste of weaver?, 
re a karidi, s. The bridge of the 
Yina> a t.brt of Hindoo guitar. 



S^sfoa karisemu, s. Agriculture 
cultivation. 

S'&So karuku, s. Medicinal drugs- 
burnt to ashes, which the Hindoos 
use with a mixture of water, dur- 
ing sickness. 

Z&fo karugu, s. Melted gold, &c 2. 
The vessel in which gold is melted. 
3. Liquified or clarified butter, &c. 
vide gtifo karagu. 

§*&&> karudu, .?. A lump of boile^i 
rice, or of turf. 2. A wave. 3. A 
daily account. This term is also 
applied to what we term the sur£ 
which is distinguished by the 
name of ~%o&g&?k> pentikarudu, 
Or the female surf, and the &-*&> 
r&&> potukaruclu, Or the male 
surf. The former denotes the in- 
ner or inferior surf, the latter the 
out ward or larger one. 

r&rc karuna, s. Compassion, mercy, 
clemency, pity, tenderness. 2. Par- 
don. 3. Favor. 

^&£3oi5b, g'&ra'^osoo karunintsu, karu 
najeyu, v. a. To have compassion, 
&c. 2. To favor, 

g&zyrv^&ss&is; karubudzadosatfge, 
5. The creeping plant of the melon. 

"s'^-e^ karoda, s. An officer employ- 
ed to superintend a Tanadar, <fcc. 



S'esg'-Karraka 



115 



g-eSi-Kanive 



rtf^osSex) karjakayalu, 5. pi A sort 
of sweet meat. 

^tfsSrw'karnamu, s. The ear. 

g'cas— qr°bb^) karnadharudu, s. A 
pilot. 

rtf £ e£,s*»ejo, r^^^s5^ex> karnapat- 
ramulu. karnapuramum, s. An ear- 
ornament worn by Hindoo women. 
g&s-g kir.iika, 5. A trinket for the 
ear. 2. A roll of palm leaf, thrust 
through the lobe of the ear. 
g- tf karta, s. An agent, doer, or 
maker. 2. A lord or master. 3. 
An owner. 4. An author. 5. An 
heir. 6. In grammar, the agent 
of the action denoted by the verb. 

g*tfr^tfs5ao karpuramu, s. Camphor. 



tfirrc&^ffssco 



rasa! 



Karpuramu, s. 



Calomel. 

^tf 8&» karmamu, s. An act or a'ction. 
2. A lot or destiny. 3. Moral duty; 
the religious obligations, or cere- 
monies, imposed by peculiarities 
of tribe or occupation. 4. Funeral 
rites. 5. In grammar, the subject, 
cr object of the action denoted by 
the verb, r-q^ o^tfcSw karmantara 
mil, s. Funeral rites. 

§"e$ karra, s. A stain ; dirt ; black- 
ness, adj. Black. 

r&sr o & &» karrakaiithamu, s. A spar- 
row. 



r&sg'c&.^o karrakanthudu,s. The god 
Siva, because his neck is black. 

S'ssS'eJ) karrakarri, s. Force. 

re^So karraku, s. Roughness, in- 
equality, sharpness ; as of the file, 
or teeth of a saw, or of any rough 
surface, adj. Sharp, rough, hassh. 

g'cxslSo^. karrakekku, v. n. To be 
sharp. 

s &5§b^> karrakuttu, s. Boasted meat; 

because it is fixed on a spit, or 

staff. 

S'es-db karratsu,0. a. To bite, to gnaw. 
2. To learn, study, or acquire, any 
art, science, or business. 

^es;£) karrapu, v. a. To teach, to in- 
struct. 

S'esSo-^b karrapintsu, v. Cans. To 

cause to bite, or gnaw. 2. To cause 
to teach. 

g'w&ao karratalu, s. phi. Childish 
desires. 

^&3c5 karrada, s. Wickedness. 

sTes &r$ s5w karradupamu, s. A cobweb. 

^e#;g) karra vu, s. A famine ; scarcity, 
deficiency. 

Sel karri, s. Blackness, adj. Black. 

S'eJ'ia^ karnvelpu, 5. The god Vish- 
nu, in his incarnation as Krishna. 

sQM~£-&i%toQ, ^eJ^ska karrivepachettu, 
karri vemu, s. The Berjera kcenigii, 



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116 



goXcro-Kalagu 



of which the leaves are used to 
give a flavour to certain dishes, 
and are deemed tonic. 

^6£)o& karruku, s. vide £&&> karraku, 

%w karra, 5. A staff, or walking 

stick. % The stalk of grain- 3. A 
stain. 

g$3 karri, ,9. One of the names of 
Arjuna the third son of Pandu. 

£ea> karru, s. A plough-share. This 
noun makes in the sing. Inflex. ^ 
G^-^eJ"^e) karrti-karrtinela, Such 
a quantity of ground as may be 
cultivated by one plough* g'&g-acotf 
ka-rrtimona, The point of the 
plough-share. 

§' eJ^oDoexj karrtimolalu, 5. plu. The 
iron cramps which fasten the 
plough-share to the wooden part 
of the plough. 

Sfo kala, 6. A dream. This word is 
also the irregular relative partici- 
ple of g'ewTfo kalwgu, And may then 
be translated possessing. Added 
to substantives, it becomes x"e; ga 
la, by the rules for the permuta- 
tion of letters, and converts the 
substantive into an adjective. 

%oK#o kalaganu, v. h. To dream* ' 
^<yo-s-*6 kalankari, 5. Chintz-paint- 
ing, 
^ejo-sfo kalantsu, v. a. vide So-jfojkala- 
t'm, Under s^/fo kalagu, 



Swots*^ kalandanu, s. An inkstand. 

S'ejg'oSs, g<Dgoz&* kalakanda, kalaka- 
nda, s. Sugar-kandy. 

S'og'e) kalakala, s. The warbling of 
birds, sTaS^^o kalakalanavvu, 
To laugh heartily, or loudly. 

S'wS'ejsSoo kalakalamu, a. A confused 
sound? as the buzz of a crowd, &c. 

gv-^v&x> kalakalamu, adv. Perma- 
nently, constantly. 

g'ofto kalagu, v. n. To be in agita- 
tion, confusion, disorder, disquiet, 
or trouble. 2. To be turbid, as 
water. 3. To be embarrassed or 
disconcerted. 

s'o-tfb kalatsu, v. a. To put in agita- 
tion, &c. 2. To make turbid. 3. 
To embarrass, &c. ^<yS"&so kalaka 
niru, Turbid water. §'©§'*• eao ka- 
lakap&rru, To be turbid, troubled; 
or confused. g'otf.ff 1 ' §ok_r°tf> kala 

gadrokkukonu, To retire, in alarm 

or confusion. r^Aoo^o kalagundu, 

The turbidness of water. 
ge>& kalata, 5. The turbidness of 

water. 2. Perplexity, confusion. 

3. A quarrel or dispute. 4. A false 

fabricated story. 
S'tyXcrotf kalagura, s. Greens of four 

or five sorts, mixed and cooked 

together. 



g'e>a$ -Kalava 



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£&r-&arika 



^ot£o kaladu, The irregular third 
person singular, in the masculine 
gender, of the affirmative aorist of 
rewfio kalugu, q. v. There is, was 
or will be. 

g'ey&j kaladu, jpartf. vide, ^^> kaddu, 

§*e;ssb kalanii, s. Battle; war; combat. 

g"e>;S kalapa, s. The materials for a 
house. 2. The materials for a 
plough, g'ejsss'^j kalapakatte, ft. 
A reed-pen. 

sfosk kalama, s. A gap. 

$&&> kalamu, s. A ship. 2. A reed- 
pen, 

S'ejosSoS) kalayampi, s. Water which 
is sprinkled on the ground, after 
it has been swept. 

&e># kalava, 5. The water-lily. 

S'atfofeag'aSoaex) kalavantakamulu, *. 
plu. Boiled rice which is separate- 
ly mixed with four different in- 
gredients, and thus forms four 
distinct dishes. These ingredients 
are. Tamarind juice. 2. Curds. 3. 
The flour of G-ingili or Sesamum 
seeds. A. That of the seeds of the 
Phase olus mango- 

g^sstf sfcokalavaranm, s. Fixed refi&xi- 
on, or thought. 

£e>s59oo$b kalavarintsii; v. a. To fpc&k 
jn one's sleep, 



Sos5aoe£ kalavarinta, s. Speaking 
in one's sleep. 

ge^sto kalasamu, s. A water-pot. 

^e>^»ssx> kalakamu, S; Disturbance, 
trouble, % A quarrel or dispute. 
3. A tumult, revolt, or insurrec- 
tion. 4. War, combat, battle. 

tfe>sho£d£ kalahantarita, s. An an- 
gry ..wife, a scold. 

£«■»©• kalacM, $, A spitting-pot- 

&r*8 kalapi, s. The peacock.. 
£V»I) kalili, atij* Of or belonging 

to arrack. This is a revenue term, 

sometimes used as a substantive, 
to denote the arrack- farm itsel£ 

^D kali, *• The fourth age of the 

world, according to the Hindoo's; 

the Iron age, or that of vice ; the 

commencement of the kali-yug or 

age is placed about 3, 000 Years 

anterior to the Christian gsra ; the 

number of it's years are 432,000, 

At the expiration of -which the 

world is to be destroyed, and 

again renewed 

£g) kali, «s. The water in which riee 

has been washed, kept until it 
ferments. 

g©r kalika, & An unblown flower ; 

a bud. 
g®^s&» kalikamu, s. An eye-salve. 



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118 



Seutf-Kalpana 



^©§ kaliki, s, A woman, adj. Beauti- 
ful, agreeable. 

r©£o kalimi, s. Wealth, riches, pos- 
session. 2. Existence. g'exi^o^osSe 
S kalumitoyyali, The goddes of 
riches. sfSaoSoa&X' kalimidandu- 
ga, s. An unjust tax, exacted from 
the rich inhabitants. 

^Dcooo kaliyu, v. n. To mix or mingle. 
2. To be joined, united, or con- 
nected. 3. To be included in. 4. 
To be on terms of intimate famili- 
arity. 5. To be in the act of copu- 
lation, v. a- To join, unite, con- 
nect, or ally one's- self, with 
another. 2. To meet. 3. To over- 
take. 4. To copulate. 

IfDoaor kaliyika, s. The act of join- 
ing, &c. rScss5tfp>2& kaliya-giidu, 
To add up figures, tf^Sfctfa sa- 
bhakalisinadi, The assembly is 
dissolved, or broken up. 

gex>&>W*& kalnsukonu, v. Comp. To 
meet- 2. To associate with. 3. To 
overtake. 

S"ex>Ko kalugu, s. A hole. 

^e?G7& kalagu, This is an irregular 
verb, of very extensive use in Te- 
lugu. As a neuter verb, it denotes. 
To be> or exist. 2. To be born, 3. 
To happen. Used impersonally 
with the dative case, it denotes. 
To have, to possess. 



g'ewjg) kalupu, v. Caus. of rScafckali 
yu, q. v. To mix or mingle, in an 
active sense- 2, To join, unite, &c. 
3. To include. 4. To form an in- 

timac} r . 

§fex>$ kalupu, s. Mixing. 2. Weeds. 

3. Curds. 
^ex><£)~3cp>ex>^tf;6:x> kalupukolutanamu, 

s. Intimacy, friendship, 
^ooss" kaluva, s. vide £&$ kalava. 
^ex)SSe>~i9i& kaluvalarredu, 5. The 

moon, who is termed the ruler of 

the water-lily, which his beams 

are supposed to expand. 

g'ewsseo-ESbkaluvarintsu, v. n. vide go 
ssao-tfo kalayarintsu. 

§'«o^s5oo kalushamu, s. Sin. adj. Tur- 
bid, foul, muddy. 

re^sSaa kalkamu, s. Sin. 2. Fraud. 
3. Dirt, sediment, ordure. 4. The 
Hindoos in febrile and bilious 
affectionSjSometimes starve them- 
selves for many days, and then 
take a decoction of drugs to which 
they give this name, after which 
they no longer refrain from food. 

g'&jp. kalki, s. A woman, vide §*£>§ 
kaliki. 

£v\# kalpana, s. Fabrication, inven- 
tion. 2- Fiction. 

re^tf^asac, r£> o-& kalpanacheyu, 
kalpintsu, v. a. To fabricate, in- 
vent, or contrive. 2> To produce, 



sV^e)-Kall6k 



119 



r^ s5x-Kallamu 



form, or atiake. 3. To institute, 
or establish. 4. To restore to life. 

§*e^s&» kalpamu, s. A day and night 
of Bramha, a period of 432,000,000 
years of mortals? measuring the 
duration of the world, adj, In 
compos. Like, but with a degree 
of inferiority. g'en&c&sSN kalpak- 
shayamu, The destruction of the 
world. 

^e^sxsSw kalmaskamu, s. Sin. 2. Un- 
cleanliness. 3. The matter of a sore. 

gV^ratibo kalyanamu, 5. Good for- 
tune, happiness, prosperity. 2. 
Marriage. 3. The name of a city. 

g"o kalla, s. Untruth, falsehood, a 
lie. g& a kalla ri, A liar. g'oQg'll 
kallarikatte, A woman who tells 
lies, to 6^0 kallaridu. A man who 
tells lies. 

roo kallu, s. Toddy, the liquor ex- 
tracted from the cocoanut, pal- 
myra, or date tree. 2. A stone. 3- 
A wheel. When it is used in either 
of the two last senses, it makes 
the innex. Sing. g'ctS kanti, And 
the nom. plu. ^oe&, sex>~^cho kan- 

dlu, kallupenta, A toddy-shop. 
g'ew'SQ kalluvelli, One of the 

no OO 

seven seas, viz. That of toddy. 
rir^sSw kallolamu, s. A surge ; a 
billow. 



$v<* kalwa, s. vde rotf kalava. 

^e^&o kalwamu, s. A small grinding 
stone, or mortar, used chiefly for 
drugs. 

§*? kala, s. Splendour, brightness, 
eclat. 2. A part, or division. 3. The 
sixteenth part of the moon'"s dia- 
meter. 4. The phases of the moon. 
5. A mechanical art. 6. Literature. 
7. In Telugu grammar, a particu- 
lar class of words. ss&^rS" mukha- 
kala, Sweet features ; a fine air. 
r V* S> § kalanidhi, j he moon. 

£$cg&x> kalankamu, s. A spot, stain, 
or blemish. 2. Rust. 3. Defamation. 
4. Suspicion. 

stf s£.s5w kalatranm, s. A wife. 

s$~S)$ kalapela, s. The sound of boil- 
ing. 

ZW®Z kalachika, s. A box, with a 
lid or cover. 

r"!s2tfs*» kalebararnu, s. The body. 
2. A corpse. 

r^QessSw kalyanamu, 5. tide gv-o » 
s5ao kalyanamu. 

r^ £w, g^sSw kallamu, kallamu, 5. 
The spot of ground in the open 
fields, in which cattle tread the 
grain out of the ear ; the thrash- 
ing floor. 



g'SQ-Kaviri 



120 



g'sgoo -Kavulu 



O oe&sSaa kalliyamu, s. vide g" 5os5s&» 
kaliyamu. 

^-§ kalle. s. Thick phlegm. 

g*U s&» kalle mu, s. A bridle ; #£cfe 
g*^ o35s5c» kaUiyamii. 

g-^ kava, *• A couple, or pair, ^sr© 
•sr»?k, S*sSex> kavalavara, kavalu, 
Twins. 

£*&-£* sS» kavachamu,s. Armour^ mail, 
abo ^ ^sj-tf «S» mantra kavaehainu, 
Ad amulet, or charm worn on the 
person. 

rsstfsScx* kavanamu, s. Poetry. *3&-g 
s^^», £"S)s£ns5c» asu-kavananui,ka- 
vitwanan, An extemporary poem 
or verse. &^ £xs#&» chitrakava- 
namu, A poem written, and to be 
read, according to some fantastic 
shape ; as that of a snake, chess- 
board, &c. 

t^te^™ kavafamo, ,9. A door. 

r a kavi, 5. A poet, 2. A bird. 3. The 
planet Yenus. 

§"s^, S'a^osSw kavita, kavitw&mu, $♦ 
A poem, poetry. 

^&ci&> kaviyu, v, n. To excite, to at- 
tack. 2. To 'let loose to battle. 3. 
To throw one's-self on the enemy. 

g*&8cJfc>o&so kaviriyundalu, .*. pltu 
Small balls made of the sediment 



arising from the boiling of beetle- 
nut, which, being dried, are used 
with the beetle-nut when chewed- 

g"©"3 kavile, s. An account book of 
the palm or cadjan leaf, such as 
those used by the Cuprums, or 
village accountants, in the Nor- 
thern Circars, and the Tamil 
country, 

r$& kavuru, s. A light" shade of any 
colour- 

C$**> kavulu, s/A special agreement, 
promise, or convention. 2. A fa- 
vorable condition, stipulation, or 
assurance. 3. A capitulation. 4. 
Quarter in battle. r$S3bj kavu- 
litsiso, To. give kavulu, is usually 
applied to the safe guard, or fa- 
vorable assurance, given to an ab 
sconding person, that he may ap- 
pear free from all apprehension o 
danger • thus, a rebel sometimes 
comes in on kavulu. To give lands 
on cowl, means to grant them on 
special agreement. In the districts 
of Beliari and Cuddapah, this ex- 
pression is applied to waste, grant- 
ed on favorable terms for a ce- 
rtain number of years, and after- 
wards subjected to full rent. 



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S'sxsfoj-Kashtamu 



121 



s'JLKakslii 



S'-sfrS kavvadi, s. A name of Arjuna, 
g'sfo&'SD kawadiclieli, Krishna, 
because he was the friend of Ar- 
juna. 

r^csS^o kavvamu, 5. Achurniiig-stick. 
g^o^&xy kavvapnmala,Tlie moan- 
tain Mandara ; because the Suras 
andAsuras used it as a cliurning- 
stick, in charging the ocean, in 

order to recover the sacred things 
© 

lost at the deluge. 
§-$, §-& kasi, kasi, s. Wrath, anger, 
rage, fury. r&sfctfoKb kasimasan- 

gu, v- a. To destroy. 
S'S' os5c» kas'malamu, s. Fainting. 2. 

— o 

A village inhabited by the O a& 9 o§'e> 
•*r°o^b errukalavandlu, q. v. 

S^OBSsfca kashayamu, 5. Astrin- 
gent taste. 2. A decoction, fhfusi- 
oii, or extract. g'-aSroa&.^-g'^i ka"- 
shayamukatsn, To decoct, or in- 
fuse. g^o&s&o-s-oTfo kashayarnuka 
gUj To be decocted, or infused. 

g"sx=6cw kaslitamu, s. Bodily pain, or 
suffering. 2. Labour, fatigue. 3. 
Hardship, difficulty. 4. Trouble, 
affliction, calamity, vexation, sor- 
row. 5. Danger, adj. Painful. 2. 
Laborious.. 3. Hard, difficult. 4. 
Afflicting, vexations, 5. Danger- 

v ons. 



g'tf&oo kasatu, s. Impurity, or dirt, in 
any liquid, 2. The dark spots in 
the moon's disk. 

g'tftfb kasaru, s. Anger, rage. % A 
storm. 3. Profit or loss on the ex- 
change of coins. 4. Bad humours 
of the body. 

g'tf tf> kasaru, v. a. To revile, or abuse. 

§"#$ kasavu, s. Grass. 2. Straw. 3. 
Sweepings, rubbish. 

g-Zr*cxxr> kasayi, s. A butcher. 

S'ifo kasn, part. Used in compos. 
Only, Small, little. r&>Koe5b kasu- 
gandu, To fade a little. r&>-7r*c*ss 
kasugaya, A young or unripe 
fruit. 

s :-6o^3^ kasuba, s. The chief city, or 

head station of a talook. 
S'tocsb kasaru, s. ride ££& kasaru. 
S"SsSao kasemn, s. An infusion, from 

a mixture of iron, toddy, and 

chebulic myrobolan, Terminally 

cliebula. 
g % kasti, s. vide r«5Ls5» kashtamu. 
gifrvd kasturi, s. Musk. s'&r°8&S) ka- 

— o — o 00 

stiiripilli, A civet cat. s^pesSo^ 
kasturipasupu, A sort of scented 
turmerick. 

^.JU kakshi, s. One party as opposed 
to another. 2. Objection or reply 



in aroTimi'ivu 



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"T*o"8S\--Kamlekka 122 



-tr° 



§£.Kakita 



"3P 

-r* ka, part. This is the infinitive of 
the irregular verb wzfr avu, q. v. 
And being generally affixed to 
nominatives, or to words of the 
class drutuprukrutulu, it is then 
changed by the rules of grammar 
into 7r> ga, Added to any adjec- 
tive, or to a substantive it con- 
verts them into adverbs ; thus, 
nr*$)rt& i ir>&*ta*&>tf£Q gali tsallaga 

kottutunnadi, The wind blows 
coldly. 

-gyotftf&X) kanchanamu, s. Gold. 2. 
The tree termed Michelia cham- 
paca. 

-sr°o-&> kantsu, v. a. To see ; to look- 
2. To be brought to bed of an in- 
fant. 

-w*o£ kanta, s. A beloved, or lovely 
woman. 

-s^o^sftw kantamu, adj. Pleasing, 
agreeable, beautiful, s. A stone ; 
in which case it is compounded 
with ckPtfc-.-ft'o^, efocfiS" s'urya- 
chandra, ayas, As tfrstfcis^o^sSco 
suryakantanm, A crystal lens, &c. 

-ir'oS kanti, s. Splendour, light, 
beauty. 

-s-"oe5o^o kantudu, s. A husband. 

-5^0*3 ?fy- kamlekka, ,9. A rough ac- 
count, as opposed to a fair one. 



^otfesSwkamsyamu, s. Queen's me- 
tal. 2. A cup or goblet. 

in>o& kanksha, s. Wish, desire, in. 
clination, passion, appetite. 

■^ol^o'^kankshintsu, p. a. To wish- 

-s-g- kaka, s. Warmth, heat. 2. Au- 
ger. 

-^§- kaka, This is the negative 

participle of the verb t?^ avu, To 
become, q> v. It is used as a parti- 
cle, deno^ng-Besides, else, except, 
unless, sta^^ cfc&!c§oSx>ctf>op5$ -?rgo 
"e$25b idigaka marriyemiyunu naku 
ledu, I have nothing besides this. 

-g^g£r*$> kakapovu, v. n. To be un- 
finished, unaccomplished, or un- 
successful, -jrrctfaoo^ kakayundu, 
To disagree, to differ. -^?fo o~f> 
kakunte, If it be not so. 2. Other- 
wise. -^^s5b9^oso, -^°~izx kaka- 
mariyemij kakcmi, Why not? 

-r^ssx) kakamu, s* A crow. 

-s^g-tf kakara, s. The plant termed 
Momordica charantia. 

-2-°l kaki, s. A crow. -s-*§£)0"7r*&> 
kakibangaru, Tinsel ; brass-leaf, 
glittering like gold. 2. Talc. 

-^§^£0^00, -3-* §&>;£), -3 nc §£rSa*r.e» kaki- 
chemmalu, kakitfpu, kakisomalu? 
5. The epilepsy. 

~s-*!^k5w kakitaniUj s. Paper, 2, A 
playing card. 



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123 



"s^-Kadi 



-r c §"S9^? J _ex> kakirrekkalu, s. lit. 
Crow's wings. A particular spe- 
cies of paddy. 

-5*Ktt> kagada, s. A torch. 

-3^5\3s5ao kagiclamu, s. vide -5"*§^s5oo 
kakitamu. 

-r°«b kagu, 5. A large earthen pot. 

-3^76 kagu, v. 7i. To boil, to simmer. 
2. To grow hot, to be feverish. 

tt-Z5V<» kachanm, s. A glass. 2. A 
rope network, to carry any burden 
with. 3. A disease arising from 
some affection of the optic nerve, 
or gutta serena. 

-3^.$b katsa, v. a. To boil. 2. To 
warm, to heat. 3. To have fever. 
4. To protect, or preserve. 5. To 
watch or tend cattle. 6- To for- 
give, or excuse- 7, To produce. 8. 
To shine, as the sun or moon. 9. 
To wait in expectation or atten- 
dance. 

-s'&S'sSw katakamu, s. Famine. 

-t°Is* kata, s. Scales for large 
weights. 

-^ T t3 5p>Se)oT»ogD katipapalavandlu, 
s. plu. Jugglers. 

-s^&o katu, s. A bite ; a cut or notch. 
-5TtT*£o katladu, To wrangle, or 
fight as dogs, vide £?»&, -3-^00 £r*$ 
fud, katnpovn, To be singed, as 



applied to milk or victuals. T*bx> 

-sr>}5# katuvasana, A signed smell. 

-3-*ko ~s&>3 k&tupettu, To notch, 

w ■ ,- . * 
cut, or open. 

-s-^r katuka, s. Black smoke, mix- 
ed with oil, which native women 
apply to the edges of their eyes. 
2. Mildew in e rain, -g^feoos ab&o ka- 
tukapitta, A wag-tail. -g^&»rTPo» 
katukarayi, Sulphuret of anti- 
mony. 

's^ v 6o,K2»katragada,s.Aboand-hedge 
round a city or fort. 

-&*c& kada, s. The stalk of lonff-srow- 
ing vegetables or flowers, such as 
the lily, &c. 

-s-o^ kada, s. This word is used 
chiefly in the dative case, to de- 
note- Condition, state, or quantity; 

as «ro S-g^tf sfoo ociyoV*^! tf-Qxtfa 

vanikap'Jramu yikadiki vachchina 
di, His house is reduced to this 
State, -g*^ #r=Soo ^^>gi a»;>£) 
ipustakamu yekadikiyistavu, For 
how much, will you give this book? 
This word, used as a postposition, 
denotes-Near, at, to ; as sjofe5~r t ^ 
in ti kada, Near, at, or to the 
house. 
-r°& kadi, s. A yoke. T^&jdx kadi- 

gattu, The ridge between two 
! fields. 



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124 



■*S>-Kani 



"T*<^>. kadu, s. Regular, making it's 
inflexion sing. -3-°$ karri ; It is 
used, instead of -53-° £& vadu, To 
denote the agent, when he is fa- 
miliar or contemptible ; thus &&> 

~3-°2Sb vitakadu, A rake. inK^-^ 
e&> sogasukadu, A coxcomb, a 
good looking fellow. 
s* &> kadu . s . Irregular, which mak es 
it's inflexion sing. -5-° 43 kati, A 

. funeral pile. 2. A cemetery, a "place 
where dead bodies are burnt or 
buried. -3^<>$§-^g^-&r e s> oafcjar^ 
2& katiki kallutsatsukoni yunna- 
du, This corresponds with the 
English phrase He has one foot 

• in the grave. 

T^sS^ob kadupadu, v. n. To be in- 
sensible. 2. A person to disappear. 

ir*$ karri, s. A cawny of land, be- 
ing something more than an acre. 
2. In arithmetic, the fraction of 
one sixty-fourth. 

~r*& kadu, This is tire verb £9$ avu, 
q. v. In the 3d person singular, 
neuter gender, of the negative 
aorist, used as a common negative 
in denial of quality or essence • it 
is tf) be distinguished from *^tf> 
ledu? Which denies existence, and 
is opposed to e>sgsfc avunu, Yes g. 

v. £5as5bo-£)a-3~°25o adimanchidikg.- 
du, That is not good. &$-?*-&*■&* 



avunakada, Yes or no ? ^P2o$ §^> 
*b naollikikadu, It does not agree 
with my body. 7r»3bicn>S)§-s- c 2$> na- 
kuvanikikadu. I and he are upon 
bad terms. ^©^#0 -s^cb adinava 
llakadn, lit. It cannot be done by 
me. I cannot do it. -g-°#x5b kadanu, 
v. a. To deny, refuse or reject. 2. 
To forbid to do. 
-£-<># kana, The irregular infinitive of 
the verb ir<& kanu, In its first 
sense, as given under g& kanu, 



t*s> kani, This is the negative rela- 
tive participle of the verb && avu, 
q. v. And is used as a particle, to 
denote-Either* or, unless, only, 
except, although ; as w° &T*$osxn> 

takumfdagani-ka gitamumidagani- 
vrayi, Write either on cadjans, or 
on paper. ^efca»^a§tfJ£i5-s-«!0 
oi»-osSS>"3" c "3tftfb vaduyikkadikivaste 
nekani yipanikaneradu, This busi- 
ness cannot be effected, unless he 
come here. -S^j^Vxm ft"lir*s>o3-* 
sSss^sfc ipustakamu nlkekani va- 
nikivvanu, I will give this book 
to you only, not to him. ctO^o tt» 
£ -g*£S-i5'§'k_»£j5b vanivallagani 
Ipani tsakkabadadu, This busi- 
ness cannot be well done except 
by him, ?»&&&&* frfnwb »y>Zh&s 



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-s^oss.iv^ya 



2& medabattitosinaganivaclupodiT, 
Although you push him by the 
neck, he will not go. -s^ss kani 
pani, Bad business. -^^^3 kani- 
vadu, A person on bad terms with 
another; an enemy. ^§e£-s-°s>oT*2& 
chetakanivadn, A useless, helpless, 
or stupid person. 

-s^S) kani, s, vide -r*& kani. 

-3^30 kanu, s. Curds. 

-SOSes' kanuka, s. Any gift offered 
by an inferior to a superior. 

-^pfc^) kanupu, s. The bringing forth 
a child. 

-s^tffc^sSM kapatyamu, s. vide s , ss&>s5» 
kapatamu. 

-i^s^sSx) kapadamu, s. Fomentation 

-s^-^^b kapadu, z>. a. To preserve, 
to protect. 2. To patronize. 3. To 
watch, guard, defend, or take care 
of. 

*g-°jg) kapu, s. A husbandman, culti- 
vator, ryot, or inhabitant, -^sss^ 
-s^a kapata, kapudi, A female of 
that description. 

-^^kapu,.s. Heat, waraith.2. Produc- 
ing fruit. 3. Watching, guarding. 
4. Protection, preservation. 5. Do- 
micile, residence. 6, A guard at 
chess.-^°^9 kapari,A watcher,from 
659 ari, Particle q. v. 



-5"* £ tf sSoo k &p uramu, s . A reside nee, 
habitation, or dwelling. 2. A per- 
son's family, or house. 

-s-°K>fe3 kabat.ti, adv. Therefore, conse- 
quently. 

-g^2T e e>0RSa kabolunu, adv. Perhaps, 
probably, vide t 8 ka. 

-5-*s6 kama, s. The handle of a,n axe, 
hoe, or other such instrument, also 
of an umbrella. 

-^s&sSw kamamu, s. Wish, desire. 2. 
Love, lust, concupiscence. 

-s^s5o-ok§ kamatf, s. A pioneer; a per- 
son who works with the pick- axe, 
spade, or hoe. 

-g-* &v> 47* kamukhi, At all events, at 
any rate, certainly, positively. 

-^cS^tio kamudu, s. llama, the Hin- 
doo Cupid, or god of love. 

-g^c& kaya, s. Any unripe fruit, or 
nut. 2. The unripe produce of 
such vegetables as form a head, 
or pod. 3. A wart, thick skin, or 
callosity. 4. A piece at chess. ~*r° 
esascp>tfe>o kayakuralu, Vegetables, 
^o»-^°oc3 chempakaya, A slap on 
the cheek. -gnofeS-g^oss mottikaya, 
A blow with the fist. Ibe^-g^acS 
pillakaya,, A child. ^*dt©^>^cs5oa 
kayadhanyamu, Pulse; all sorts of 



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-s^bb 



K'aruba 



grain contained in pods- -^cssSS' 

#3^ kayakannu, An eye of which 

the pupil is destroyed ; a blind 
eye. 

-&*a&t&x> kayamu, s. A medicine, com- 
posed of long pepper, common 
black pepper, and seeds of bish- 
op's weed, given to women in 
child-bed. 

-g^osSsSw kayamu, adj. Firm, fixed, 
durable. -g-ocsSsfo^caoo kayamuche 
yu, To fix, establish, or constitute. 

-r°ooo^553o kayikamu, adj. Slight> not. 
strong. 

-^cx»-sp» kayida, s. Custom. 2. Regu- 
lation, ride. 

-5^DaS> kayu, v. n. To be feverish. 2. 
To bear fruit, or become ripe. 3. 
To shine, as the sun or moon. v. 
a. To tend cattle. 

rw*tin£x> karariamu, 5. Cause, as op- 
posed to effect. 2. Reason, purpose, 
motive. 3. Lot, destiny, fatality. 

-s^tfsSao karamu, s. A pungent or hot 
taste, adj. Pungent, hot, spiced. 

-^-°8o^ Hrintsu, v. a. To cause pain, 
to afflict. 

-s^e^sSw karikamu, $. The dark co- 
lour of unbleached new cloth. 

-s^eosssSw kariyamu, s. Business, 



affair, work. 2. Cause, motive. 3. 
Effect, as opposed to cause ; result. 
-^«b karu, 5. Pincers, tongs. 2. Age. 
adj. Dark, obscure. 2. Salt. 3. 
withered ; as -3-*?5b-3co;foe>o karu- 
mogulu,Black clouds, ^tfotfo^sks 
karusandramu, The salt sea, -g^-o^ 
§be» karakulu, Withered leaves. 
T'tfbr ^ karukonu, To spread or 

cover, as applied to dark or black 

clouds. 

-§-? &> karu, v. n. To flow, to run or 
fall out, to drop through. 2. To 
distil. 3. To cough up phlegm, in 
spitting. -sr»a5bs- kartsti, v. Cans. 
To make flow, &<?. 

-s^&©^ karuchitstsu, s. Wildfire, 
in forests. 

-^°^^cs5w karudyamn, s. Ridicule, 
satire. 2. Folly. ir>&&oi^&> ka- 
rudyamadn, To ridicule or laugh 
at. -g»&&£t&&n>b> karudyapumata 
A silly or foolish speech. 

-g-o&socgjjex) karunnvvulu, s. plu. The 
seed of the wild sesamum. 

-g-^bbsSok karupanta, s. Paddy sown 
in the wet season. It is the great 
crop of the Tamil country. 

ist>&-vp& karubaru, s. Basin ess, occu> 
pat ion. 



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-r°sw_Kalu 



*s^"8t5i» 'karerau, s. The hollowed 
trunk of the palmyra tree, used 
in the Norther a Circars in water- 
ing- fields from tanks. 

^ Qg<6x>, ~t° d%£t5ao kartikamu, kar-^ 
tikikamu, s. The 8th Telugu lunar 
month ; that in which the moon's 
change takes place when the sun 
is in Scorpio. 

-3^13 karte, 5. The particular con- 
stellation of the 27 in which the 
sun happens to be. 

•"Sr^e^j&o karpanyarnu, s. Poverty, 
parsimony. 2. Malice. 

^tfcs5x> karyaum, s. vide -&*da£&>i 
kariyamu. 

-s^eJcsS karriya, s. Corporeal pain. 

"-3"°e£» karru, adj. Impenetrable ; as 
-s^es&a karradavi, An impenetra- 
ble forest. 2. difficult, hard ; as 
"5^e£»sscr»&> karrumata, A difficult 
word. 3. wild ; as -^esozsbtfN karru- 
dunna, A wild buffalo. ~^&Mr°z$x> 
v "SsS'sSookarrakomniula mekamn, 
A deer. 

-s^ofeog" kalataka, s. A stick serving 
aS a shelf to support pots, &c. 

-rr^^ kalamu, s. Time. 2. Occas : on, 
conjucture, season. 3. Tense. 4. 
Death. 5. Black colour, -g^otf g ss*, 

ialachakramu. The circle of time. 



-$*e>"^\^s5x>^dac» kalakshepamuche 
yu, To pass time, ~s^ g' osSsSanT* 
-£•*$ kalakrayamu tsoppuna, At 
;the current price. 
-s-t>ex> kalu, s. A leg. 2. A foot. 3. A 
claw or talon. 4. A quarter or 
fourth part. i^-s-cex> mokalu, The 
knee, foa-^ex) gudikalu, The heel. 
s\r»-7vex> migalu, The upper part 
of the foot. £x»o&Q-5- t, & mundari- 

no 

kallu, Theiore-feet of quadrupeds. 
"3^-^/ $> venakkaliu, The hind 
feet of quadrupeds, -s^o^ew-^^ewa 
e35*>--g^e>xos5cx>, -g^S^ofe^ kalaruhi- 
kalnbalarnu-kalbalamn,kalibantlL7, 
Infantry. -^D-sr*^, -g^©-Ty»8 kali- 
dova, kali-dari, Afoot-path. -^er»a 
kalari, A poll-tax ; bo much per 
-§^ftT*Qsr>&> kalari vadu, A 

kalivrellu, The 

toes. -^jyoKclceS kalugadiya, A 

quarter of a Hindoo hour. ~3^ewt> 

&>e>o kalusetulu, Hands and feet" 

■r* er° §b^_kaldrokku, v. a.To marry. 

s. Marriage ; because at a marri- 
age the bridegroom treads upon 

the foot of the bride- -r^sSocI ka- 
lumadi, Urine. 
■3-«ew kalu, v. n. To burn, to be con- 
sumed. 2. To be baked, -^oo® 



foot. 



traveller, -^8,-£ A 



kalu 



pu, Si Burnino;. -s-*ex>\ kaltsu. 



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128 



-s^ae-Kaviri 



0. a. To burn. 2. To roast, or bake- 
3. To fire a gun, or cannon. 

it 1 ©} o-3b kalpintsu, v. Cans. To cause- 
to burn, &c. 

-5-°^ kallu, s, flu. The plural of -g^s» 
kalu, A leg, or foot, q, v. -s^f -% 
&>, -g^^-§"^ kalla-katta, kalla-ka- 

eo 00 

da, That part of a bedstead, where 
the feet are placed. 

"^°& A>^\ kallagrntststi, v. a. To 
kick, to struggle. 

-s-° 9" 2§eJ kailaierri, A centipede of 
the largest species. 

-s^&cl kavadi, s. A piece of wood, 

, with ropes suspended from each 
end, placed upon the shoulder, for 
carrying a burden, like that used 
by milk-maids in England. -g^ss^S 
cxooip kaVatiyutlu, The rope net 
work, by which burdens are sus- 
pended from this piece of wood. 
-^ssfeS&es kavatibadcla, The pole 
or wood only. -^s5fe3s&fex> kava?i- 
mattu, The bottom of the rope, or 
rattan net work, in which bar- 
dens are thus suspended. 

-s^stfsSx) kavaramu, s. Pat. 2. Pride- 
arrogance. 

-s-^Oo-rfo kavarintsu, 'v: n. To be, 
come fat, or proud. 

-g-^ojctfod kavalayu, v. n, This is a 
compound verb, formed of --^> ka, 
The infinitive of e>^ avn, q. v. 



And ssvatfa valayu, q. v. Used im- 
personally, wdtkout a nominative, 
and governing the dative case, it 
denotes. To wish, want, or desire. 

2. To be requisite or necessary. 

ts a 75^ §0-3"* £ "3afc adinakukavalenu, 
I want that. ^2>§os3a;tf-tF»ex>-3" T> ssl3s>i 
nelaku padivaralu kavalenu, It 
will require ten pagodas per 
month. But if used with a nomi- 
native governing it, it denotes-To 
stand in relationship : to be con- 
nected by blood, or marriage. -53-* 
2so $> §b 5) So ~w°ss "3pS vadu nikuemika 
valenu, In what relation does he 
stand to you? how is he con- 
nected with you ?.73-"^bs£o S,-^ D £ 
"3.tf> na,kritandril:avalenn, He is 
my fiith er. 

TF"tfe) kavali, s. A guard. 2. Custody. 
"S^ss?)ss^sh kavali vadu, A sentry, 
centinel, or watchman! 

-s^ar> kava, s. The lunging a horse. 

-3-0$ kavi, s. Redness'. 2. A red cloth, 

such as is worn in India by those 
religions orders who profess chas- 
tity, adj- Red. 

-^So^do kavintsu, v. a. To make, or 
cause. 2. To fabricate, or invent. 

3. To build; or construct. 4. To 
compose. 

-^°aa kaviri, 5. Black vapour ; any 

thing that appears like smoke. 



ioSfbo-Kinkaru 



1-29 



§&»LKittii 



%*$ kavu, s. A "black spot, or mark, 
on the forehead. 

-s^tf kavuna, adv. Therefore. 

T°$)ir&}S kavupatara, s. A pit for 
securing grain, of which the 
mouth is narrow. 

"s^6 kaveri, s. The Can very. 

"^tfcsfco lcavyamu, s. A poem, or po- 
etical composition. 

-3^i.s5x> ka\skthamu, s. Wood. It is 
commonly applied, in Telugu, to 
the wood of the funeral pile. 

-3-°-^ kasa s. A son by a female slave. 

~s-°&> kasu, s< A cash, the smallest 
copper coin. -3-^0 $£ kasanta, of- 
ten pronounced is^jo kista. Little, 
short, small, concise. 

-3^ lb kase, s. The end or corner Of a 
garment, tucked up behind, into 
the waist band. 

-^~%*r>&o kasevaclu, s. A stone-cutter, 
a carver, or sculptor. 



§ ki ; posipos. To, one of the signs of 
the dative case, added to inflexi- 
ons in * e, ^ i, or ~p ai. 

So^&iso kinkarudu, s. A male ser- 
vant, or slave. § ro kinkari, A 
female servant, or slave. 



§o-£>e£> kinchittti, adv. A very htm 
the smallest possible quantity. 

§otf kinda, a dv. Below, under, dowra 
go-cpsw-oxs^ kinclamida, Topsy inr- 
vy. §oc5&> kindata; Formerly. ^ r 
S^Dlo^ okanichetikinda, Under 
one's power. §oSx5o-»^) kinditsirpu, 
A down-cast look. §o£fe5 kiudati, 
adj. Former. 

§§oao-j£> kiknrintsu, v\ a. To caress* 
2. To cajole, to deceive. 

ii^elcafo kikkirriyu, v. n. To be in 
close order, to be pressed^ or 
squeezed together. 

§i5"§x5" kitsakitsa, 5. The chirping of 
birds, rats, <fec. 

§£)<§ kichidf, s. RiceVaiid split pulse, 
mixed and dressed with clarified 
batter, &c. 

its! kitiki, s, A window. 

§&»§b kituku, s. Ah artifice, or trick: 
2,. A secret. 

§433 kittu, v. To approach. 2. To be 
crowded, squeezed, or shut to- 
gether. 3. To agree. ifeS^ Intti- 
kola, The hand-torture, composed 
of two pieces of wood, tied at Ohe> 
end ; one is passed over, and the 
other under the hand, and then 
the two open ends arc squeezed 
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130 



LK£ 



together. It was formerly applied 
to Kyots who refused to pay their 
assessment. 

S'ST'tta kitabu, s. A title. 

§ e£]o-*tf£)&> kittanarabatta,s. CanvaSs- 
cloth. 

§ tiVfttoi kittalichettu, s. The orange 
tree. 

S&drto kiniyu, t>. rc. To be angry, or 
irritated. 2. To demand with im- 
portunity, to dun. 3. T© approach, 
Ij&S', §#£,_ kinuka,kinka,s. Anger. 
wrath, rage. 

Sl&^tf kinnera, s. A sort of small fid- 
dle? or shrill violin, used by the 
mussulmans. 

§-£p>cbss& kiphayatu, s. Benefit, pro- 
fit, advantage. 

§s&^«fc kimmatu, s. Price, value. 

§tftts$» kiranamu, *. A ray. 

§tf-£r»;& kirast&nu, adj. Christian. 

§-T^tf5"^#s*w kiratakadee'amn, s. The 
name of a barbarian country, One 
of the fifty-six enumerated by the 
Hindoos. 

§-cr>&3&> kiratuoiu, s. Any individu- 
al of the race of savages, found in 
the hills in India, .who wear the 
feathers of the peacock as an or- 
nament in their heads. 

%-cr* coo kirayi? .v. Rent, hire, fare. 



§§&*&» kiritamu, s. A diadem, or 
crown. 

!ef>§&9 kirrakirra, s. The noise pro- 
duced by the rattling of a wheel- 
ed carriage, or by creeking shoes. 

§aa5^> kirrupu, v. n. To wink. 

§&9o-gaktf kirrumethv*. pL A sort of 
sandals, which are made so as to 
produce a creeking noise, in walk- 
ing. 

§esex> kirralu, s. pi. The turning of a 
wheel, &c» 

§&m kirru, s. vide §&s§e3 kirrakirra. 

§y§y kilakila, s. The sound of loud 
laughter. 

SSKsxsko kilbishamn, s, Sin, crime. 

Stfdb kisaru, s. A disease, believed to 
arise in children, from the touch 
of a menstruous female, or of a 
woman impure after child-birth. 

§;-$osxn>&> kisumisu, s. The raisin, or 
dried grape. 

5 £> kisti, s. An instalment. § £>wo& 

—o ° 

kistibandi, The settlement of the 
revenues, or taxes, by instalments. 



I ki\ part. Below, down, lower, i* 
s5o\ klgannu, A down-cast eye. i 
fr& kinid&, One's shadow- Itftfo^ 
Jdgadupu, The lower part of the 
bell)'. 



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131 



^oSosfc-Kunkuma 



f-Ctfsp-cs'tf kitsarabatsara, s. Con- 
fusion. 2. Any matter thrown in- 
to disorder, by bad management. 
ltftfTT*-£5'tf-7r» s*ro<kr»&> kitsarab&- 
tsarag£ ni&tladu, To speak without 
rhyme or reason. 

I>7% i : vT°o» kftsa, kltsayi, s. A 
jacket-pocket. 

Ii5b kitsu, adj. Shrill. §3bisba6 kitsu- 
manu, To make a shrill noise. 

§&s&> kitamu, s. A worm or insect. 

|&» kftu, s. Disregard, contempt. 2. 
Inactivity. 3. A range or divisi- 
on in a mud-wall. 

§2& kidu, s. Evil, misfortune. 2. 
Danger, mischief. §£&-&> «6 kfda- 
mellu, Evil and good, 

§«&> kltu, s. A branch of the cocoa- 
nut tree, with the leaves plaited, 
so as to form a sort of mat. 

I tftf kirtana, s. Praise, encomium. 
2. A hymn. 

I a kirti, s. Fame, reputation, glory 
renown. I ao^fo klrtintsu, v. a. To 
praise, eulogize, or glorify. 

ioS'sko kilakamu,s. vide Sfe»8bkituku. 

le^sto, §e>s5a> kilakamu, kllamu, s. 
A gnomon, a pin. 2. A wedge. 

§yo kilu, s. A joint. 2. A hinge. 3. 
Pitch, tar. ^a§& chetikillu, The 
joints of the hand, lolo §& pette- 



killu, The hinges of a box. ■ 5 r>&§g^ 
vadafcllu, Ship tar or pitch, iex^ 
•'& kilukatti, A knife wiiich folds 

—a 

into the handle. §e»x'ofew kilugan- 

tu, A tuft of knotted hair. 
i»r»£a kivSda, *. A tract of land, 

round a village, where its suburbs 

formerly stood, 
itftfkisara, t. vide lnj° kitsa\ 

Soku, postpos. To. One of the signs 
of the dative case, added to all in- 
flexions, except such as terminate 
in • e, $ i, or "^ ai. 

Soo^ kunka, s. A widow. 

SboS'&^tf) kunkativeru, s: A small or 
fibrous root. 

SooS'&w kunkatlu, s. plu. Curls or 
ringlets of hair. 

&o&*5o^5&» kunkuduchefctu, s. The 
soap-nut tree, Sapmdus emargina- 
tus. 

SboSbS&^&Kb kunkudupurugu, s. A 
sort of red insect. 

SboSb^^d? kunkuduvern, s, vide Sco 
S'feS'^eb kunkativeru. 

SooSosfc kunkuma, s. Turmerick, mix- 
ed with allum and lime juice, 
which forms a fine crimson colour, 
much used by the Hindoos, in 
rnarking the forehead. 



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132 



§o o &> "&£>- KunduiTO 



ggpsos&s&» kunkumamu, s. Saffron. 
(Crocus satiyus. 

ffopfio knngu^ v. n. To become less, 
2. To sink. 3. To be -humbled, de- 
pressed, or decreased- 

soo-db kuntsu, v. a. Or sbo©o-ifc kun- 
phintsu, v. Cans. To make less, 
shorten, or abridge. 2. To sink. 3. 
To humble, abate, reduce, de- 
crease, or diminish. 4: To draw 
back. 

S&o-S'sfoa kuntsamu, s, A measure 
equal to 4 manika. 

goo -So) kunchini, s. A painting-brush, 
or pencil. 

goo^ kunche, s. A fly-flap, usually 
made of the white hair from the 
tail' of the cow of Tartary. 2. A 
piece of wood, to prepare the warp 
without entanglement. 

goo^'So?© kunchekola, s. An iron rod, 
of which the end is bent, used to 
•unlock the doors of Hindoo tem- 
ples. 

go ofo kunla, s, A pond. 2. A square 
land measure. 

goc&w kuntu, v. n. To limp. go fe5 
kunti, adj ; . Lame, crooked. goofcw 
kuntu. Lameness, crookedness, goo 
- &iv>&x> kuntigamu, Saturn ; on 
account of the lameness, or slow- 
ness, of his motion. 



Soolotf kuntena, s. The profession 
of a pimp, or bawd. Soolotfs' II 
kuntenakatte, A bawd. gbolbtf^ 
eib kuntenakadu, A pimp. 

gbo"lo£&T5b^ex> kuntenakutstsulu, s. 

plw. A kind of ornament for the 
top of the ear. 

good* kunda, s. An earthen pot, Sbo 
tiT^o-spoo^ kundagoladalpu, A 
person who, in token of his re- 
nunciation of worldly enjoyments, 
assumes the staff and pot of a re- 
cluse. 3cod»-o^8> kundarasi, The 
sign Aquarius. 

gooaSejsSw kundalamu, s, An ear- 
ring. 

Soo&> kundu, s. A cistern. 

gooes kunda, s. A pillar. 

&o8S'*fo3 kundakamu, s. Impedi- 
ment, hindrance. 2. Defect, want. 

Sboestfs5M kundanamu, s. Pure gold. 

gooQ kundi, s. A sort of rim placed 
upon a mortar, to prevent the fal- 
ling of rice, &c. When beaten in 
it. 

So oeso kundu, 5. Affliction, grief, dis- 
quietude. 2. Repentance, v. w. To 
be grieved to sink Under affliction. 
2. To die. 

§o.o2fe"%fx>?CS kundurrellugaddi, s. A 
kind of reed, of which pens are 
made in the east. 



gbsu-Kucbchi 



13; 






go 0^00 kundeln, s. A hare. This 
noun is irregular, and makes the 
inflexion sing. §oo"^fe3 kundeti. 

SboSfeS kumpati, s. A chafing-dish ; 
a portable stove. 2. A portable 
furnace. 

&ch kumbi, s. Bleaching. 

gbo^rsSw kunibhamu, s. An earthen 
pot. 2. The frontal globe of an 
elephant's head. 3. The sign A- 
quarius. 4. A heap of boiled rice. 

go o^i $ kimibhini, s. The earth. 

0c r^- kukka, s. A dog. £5&&§k_ 
adakukka, A bitch, Sbs^gjo kuk 
kapilla, A whelp. sbs'k-fr'^Tfo 
kukkagodugu, lit. A dog's um- 
brella. A mushroom. gb§k_&>°j?b 
kukkatulasi, lit. Dogtoolasee. The 
white basil, or countiy tea, Ocy- 
mum album, as distinguished from 
the toolasee proper, Ocymum san- 
ctum. 

go§k- kukki, s. A small bedstead, of 
which the tape is loose, or slack. 

go§o^_ kukku* v. a. To suppress. 2. 
To push. 3. To beat. 4. To kill. 5. 
To fill up ; to make fall •, to stuff. 

gotT 5 c5os5cx> knchodyamu, s. Fraud, 
deceit. 2. Pastime, fun. 

^o-SK kuchchi. s. A small hut. 



§o£)\^s5do kuchcliitamu, adj. Wicked, 

cunning, g. Wickedness, cunning, 
malice. 

£o-wb\ej "So §"s5m kutstsula mekamu, s. 

The quadruped called Bos grunni- 

ens- 
§ot5onsx> kutstsulu, s. phi. Tassels, 

hangings. 
So^xe) kuchchela, s. A heap oi cut 

corn, in its straw. 2. A certain 

land measure. 
§b^\^} §o-sv& kuchchcliu, kuchchi- 

llu, s. pla. The folds of the lower 

cloth, which the Plindoos tie round 

their loins. 
SofeS, gbfe§Ss5oo knti, kuUranru, s. A 

hut ; a cottage. 
gbfe3?j&50 kutilamu, adj. Crooked, cross. 

s. A trick. 2. Imposture, o. Treason. 
gb^Dososfeo kutumbarrra, s. Family. 2. 

A wife. 
§oko o£> kutumbi, s. The father of a 

family, a householder. §c&oo£)a ku- 

tumbini, A matron; a woman who 

has both her children, and her 

husband, alive. 
3ofe3iO kuttiiii, s. A procuress. 
§0^0 kuttUj v* a. To sew or stitch. 

2. To sting, or bite, as applied to 

insects. 3. To bcre. s. A seam- 2. 

Sewimr, needle-work. 3. Acholic, 



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134 



SbtfbsS-Kudapa 



or stitch, go &o& kuttintsa, v. Cans. 
To cause to sew, <fec. 2. To cause- 
clothes to be made, or sewn. g"e<b 
t&Stf&sk kadupukuttettu, The 
belly to ache. §o&»2r*otfo kuttupo- 
yu, To sew slightly ; to stitch. ^3 
^>ew§b&x3 chevulukuttu, To bore 
the ears. 5ofc»&>& kuttusuru, The 
point of death, picfe &-&>&, lfe»&&» 
usuru, telukuttu, A scorpion to 
sting. a&yeoSb&Jo battarakmtu, To 
sew clothes, sfcg£)&fc>a madichiku- 
ttu, To hem. "S^yogb&o cheppu- 
lukuttu, To make shoes. &>&&& 
sr>&>, &^$^2&kuttadapuvadu, 
kutrapuvadu,A tailor. Sbtoj-I>&s'a, 
tfaQtfb kutlu-vidinavi, vadilina- 
vi, The seam is unript. tftf^go&x) 
sannakuttu, A fine seam. sfoo^g'So 
&» mutakakuttu, A coarse seam. 
"Bfeo§ofcx> rettakuttu, A double seam, 
§b"?3 kutte, s. The amis. 

eo 
3b,feo, kutra, s. Intrigue. 

Sb^S* kudaka, s. A vessel in which 
sandal, &c, are kept. 

So a kudi, acZy. The right. So&;53ffr- 
kudipakka, The right side. sbS'^ 
ojo^ kudichcyyi, The right hand. 



go && kuditi, s. The water with 
which rice, or any split pulse, has 
been cleaned. 

gogsoa^db kudimivadu, s. A man 
who cures persons bit by poison- 
ous animals. 2. A snake-catcher. 

§o^b^> kudutsu. v. a. To suck. 2. 
To eat. gbakcg) kudupu, v. Cans. 
To cause to suck, &c. 

So&>;g) kudupu, s. Eating. 2. Food. 

goJ&sfco kudumu, s. A sort of cake» 
boiled in steam. 

Sods', Sbjgs', gba&S' kutika, kuttika, 
kuttuka, s. The throat. Soss'oka 
kutikantu, A necklace, lied close 
round the throat, so as to touch it* 

2o&e>"3>&>3 kutilapettu, v. a. To afflict. 

So8^&s5» kutsitamu, adj. Low, vile. 

Sbao-iSo, §oao»o-i5b kudintsu, kudiyi- 
ntsu, v. a. To abate, to lessen. 2, 
To shake grain, &c. in a sieve or 
pot, so as to throw the upper un- 
der the lower grain. 

Soacsft) kudiyu, v. n- To become tight, 

as a knot, &c. 
Soa®OT$b kudilintsu, v. a. To shake 

as water in a bottle. 
£o&£, §b&3 kudupa, kudapa, 5. One 

of the bits, or portions, into which 

curds divide. 



§0 25c s? -Kudu va 



& f^ o oSb-Ku ppintsu 



§o«b$ kudupu, v, a. To shake. s. 
Shaking. 

gbjsbtfc kuduru, v. rc. To be re-esta- 
blished, or restored. 2- To be set- 
tled or arranged. 3. To be cured ; 
to recover from illness. 4. To be 
pacified ; to be made calm, or 
quiet. 5. To be fixed, or placed. 
6. To become firm, or resolute, in 
any opinion. 7. To be got, or ob- 
tained, s. Health. 2. Beauty. 3. 
A garden-bed. 4. Any thing plac- 
ed under a vessel, to prevent its 
falling, as a straw rope, &c. 5. A 
rim placed over a mortar, to pre- 
vent what is beaten in it falling 
out, vide §boa kundi, This word, 
when used as a substantive, makes 
it's infleX. Sing. §b&fe5 kuduti, 
adj. Healthy. 2. Beautiful. 3. well- 
arranged. 4. Calm, quiet. 

§bafc£5o\ kudurtsu, v. a. To re-estab- 
lish, or restore. 2. To settle, or ar- 
range. 3. To cure, or recover. 4. 
To pacify, calm, or quiet. 5. To 
fix, or place. 6. To make resolute, 
or firm. 7. To procure for another. 
•i^&xSoStf eftfb tsotukudaraledu, A 
place is not obtained. §b«o&TT'£x 
kudurubatn, Settlement, arrange- 
ment. sfctf;5ovgb&>&> manassukudu- 
ru, The mind to be firm, or re- 
solute. 

Sc&sr, So £ss knduva, kudava, s. A 
pawn- 2. Mortgage, gb«,tf"3&» ku- 



duvabettu, To mortgage ; to pawn. 
&abss sS&o-tfc kuduva vidipintsu, 
To redeem from pawn. 

&SS\, gbs&jk. kunishti, kunushtu, s. 
An obstacle, or impediment ; a 
pretext urged to prevent anything. 
adj. Gross, crooked, lame. 

£}&&> kunuku, v. n. To slumber, or 
dose. s. A slumber, or sleep. sbs>§ 
■£pkD kunikip^tu, Drowsiness. 

SbsSj kuppa, s. A collection, heap, or 
assemblage. 2. Filth or sweepings, 
go^xo-otf knppagura, adv. All of a 
heap, goss^tfb kuppadngu, The 
grains which fall from a corn heap, 
when it is removed. §o^ HsS\ex>Tv« 
kuppa teppaluga\ adv. lit. Like 
floats of heaps. Abundantly, . as 
§os5} Ha^e»"K» •5r*tfKb9fttf& kuppa- 
teppaluga vauagurisinadi, The 
rain fell abundantly. 

So^sSaD kuppamu, s. A small village, 
or hamlet. 

Sbs^Po-Ek kuppalintsn, v. a. To wash 
a cloth, by beating it, in a heap, 
against a stone. 

Sbs^tfaSoa kuppasamu, 5. A. woman's 
bodice- 

Sbl>\oo5b ku ppintsu, v. n. To fix the 
feet firmly* when about to jump- 



§Q&2,tf-Kummara 136 



gofb^Xo^o kuppigantu, A leap. gj>& 
Kos^-ioooo knppi gantuveyn, To 
leap. 

gb*a^ kuppe, s. An ornament worn 
by Hindoo females, in their plait- 
ed hair. 2. A jar. 

SbwaSrioa kubusamu, s. The skin of a 
serpent. 2. A jacket. 3. The pivot 
of a door. 

3bsSr»8, Sorbs' kumari, kurnarika, s. 
A girl of eight years of age. 2. A 
daughter. 

§bs5o^&e& knmarudu,5. A son. 2. One 
of the names of gbs5cr«>&^cs*> ku- 
maraswami. 

Scsfi™ "3 kumarte, 5. A daughter. 

gbsS^ew kumulu, v. n. To be consum- 
ed, or inwardly burnt. 

2os&.§ok_ kmnmakkUj 5. Aid, assist- 

kummarao-iwva, si A was 



ance 



tail. 



Sbs&i tf •5r>2k,§o;& 8 kumniarava"cln :ktim- 
man, .9. A potter. §o^tf&, iJs^&a 
kummarata, kummaradi, A female 
potter. go^S^&ftb kumniarapuiu- 
gu, A sort of insect. Soss^StW, & 
s£>tfir*-5 kummarasana, kummara- 
sare, A potter's wheel. gbs£> tf-£r*~3 
•s&Sk- kummarasare tsnkka, The 
sixteenth of the lunar mansions ; 



&&$'-Kuriivu 

from it's supposed similitude to 
the potter's wheel. sbss^tftf^tfr'sSaSw 
kummara swarupamu, An earthen 
pot. 

§bs&jOo^bkiimmarintsti,«.c. To pour 
out of a sack, or basket. 2. To 
empty ; to discharge. 

§cs5» kumnm, v. a. To beat in a 

—4 v_ 

mortar. 2. To butt, or strike, with 
the horns. 3. A blow from the 
horns. 

is5^ kummu, s. Smoking ashes • 
fire not extinguished. 

Socco, Sbo*>e kuyi, kuyyi, 3. An ex- 
clamation of complaint, or sorrow. 

SbtfoKfcj Sbtfofco kurangata, kuranta, 
adv. Near., 

gcQo-a kmrinclii, Postpos. ^c?e fio8o-S) ; 
garinchi. 

go 8-&j kurichi, 5. A chair. 

§be.& kuridi, s. The kernel of the 
cocoamit. 

§bosx>clKfc>o kurirriidia-attu, s. A bank, 

GO " 4 ' 

for retaining water, in a field. 
SbScfl&o knnyo, v. ft. To rain. 
Sb8oi»©4Sb, §b8l>o-&> kuriyintsn. kuri- 

pintsu, v. a. To cause to rain. 
£2^eX)§b8S>o-& nippulukuripintsu, 

lit* To cause fire to rain. To be in 
a great passion, or hurry. 
Sotf>$ kuruvn, s. The act of raining 



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137 



gb-Tu-Kusala 



§b&c2»ex> kurundzulu, s. phi. Small 
perpendicular posts, by which 
short beams are raised upon longer 
ones, and thus form a shelving 
roof, in the native houses. 

§b&2§ kuruji, 5. A small, s'okn'fsSM 
kantalamu, g. v. 

gb&S 3 kurudzu, s A hawk. 

&&>s&TT'l3 knrumagorre, s. A sheep, 
with long wool. 

So?5bs6b»3^^o kurumavadu, 5, A man 
who weaves blankets* or cumblies> 
as they are termed in India. 

go&$ kuruvu, 5. The thigh. 

§o3cr>35s» kurupamu, s. Deformity, 
ugliness. 

§oe3?5o;g)qew kurrinuvvulu, s. pin. A 
particular species of the Sesamum 
orientale. 

gb&as kurru, s. Shortness. 2. A little. 
3. Haste, gba^r^ssb kurrukonu, v. n, 
To be in a hurry. 

&)<&■>& kurruku s. A heap. 

Sbaaa-S" ktirrutsa, s. Shortness. 2. A 
dance, adj. Diminutive, short. 

Sbft£»^) kurrupn, s. A sore, or boil. 
&eaos*r»2& kurrumadu, 5. A shelving 

roof. 
§069000 kurrulu, s. plu. Hairs. 
§oea3"^e5o : 3fc» kurru verm chett.u, s. A 

plant, with a fragrant root. 



goes kurrra, .9. An infant. 2. A boy, 
or lad. 3. A young buffaloe. 

Somo kurrn, v. To cry; to make a loud 
noise. 

gbe;x5cw knlamu, s. Race, tribe, caste, 
or family- 2. A multitude of ani- 
mals of the same species. gb^£& 
kulasthudu, A male of the same 

caste with one's-self.&e>i£>TPex> ku- 
<p 

lasthuralu, A female of the same 
caste. §o<y j> J kulastrl, A chaste 

woman. §bl)tfb£b knlmudu, A man 
of honorable descent, of respecta- 
ble family. 

Soex)So kuluku, s. Affected gestures ; 
foppish airs. v. n. To affect such 
gestures. 

gooo^TPcwo kulupurayi, 5. A sort of 
gem. 

gb^ fto^b kullaffintsu, v. a. To dig 
slightly. 

gb^ooo kulla-yi, s. A cap. 

gog kullu, v. n. To putrify, decay, 

or grow rotten. 2. To envy. 3. To 
grieve in secret, s. Putrescence. 
§b#Q kuvva, s. A heap. 

gb*©e£ kusalata, s. Cleverness. 2. Pre- 
sence of mind. 

gbtftysS*) kusalamu, s. Well-being, 
welfare, happiness, safety, adj. 
Happy, well, right. 
IS 



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133 



Sj-o&ws-Kutuva 



bo$'<y$fo» kusalanm. adj. Skilful ; con- 
versant, expert. 

gbs^sswkttshthama, s. The leprosy. 
2. The plant termed Costus spe- 
ciosus. 

go?) kusi, s. That portion of the ends 
of a bed frame, which is insert- 
ed, in the leg of the bedstead. 

§o&Don& knsilintsu, v. n\ To be dis- 
contented with what is paid, or 
given. 

&&>o^;£)$£, So^o^kSm kusumbapu- 
vvu, kusumbhamu, s. The saf- 
flower. Carthamus tinctorius. 

§brSas5bs5w> kusumamu, s. A flower, & 
SSosfcX^e-sSw kusumagarbhainu, A 
female's hair? tied in a tuft, and 
enveloped in flowers. §b&>'&><&i£b 
luisurneshiidu, lit He whose ar- 
rows are flowers. Cama, the god of 
love, sbtfosfcsftf ska kusumavarsha- 
mu, A shower of flowers. 

§b<3as6e» kusumalu, s. plu. A kind of 
paddy. 

§b £8o^£ kustarintsu, v. a. To car- 
ess; to sooth. 

SbJL kukshi, 8. The belly ; the cavi- 
ty of the abdomen. sbJLo^ra ku- 
kshimbhari, adj. Voracious eat- 



8or» 

gcrog'feS kukati, s. A small lock of hair, 
under, or above, the long lock, 
which the Hindoos leave on the 
erown of the head. 

§cn>H'fe3s5btf-°x' kukatimuga, s. The fork 
tailed shrike. 

S&'g'ex) kiikaln, s. plu. Cries, noises. 

&-°§e)o kukilu, s. plu. Doves, pige- 
ons. 

Sfr»tf*»a kutsamu, 8. A pillar, or post. 

Scp>© kucki, adj. Sharp pointed. 

gcn>£) kiichi, s- A march. 

gj-otf -0 kudza, s. A gugglet. 

&-«>&> So kutami, s. Copulation. 2. Uni- 
on, junction. 3. Society, assembl- 
age. 

&r°tos5c»} s&T>&r«»s5c»kiif;amu, kutamu, s. 

A hall. 
Sor*k>s5*> kiitamu, s. The summit. 2. 

A house. 3. A hammer. 4. A heap 

of grain, &c. 5. An assemblage. 6. 

Fraud, deceit- 

So-o &>&>£& kutasthudu, s.The first an- 
<p • 

cestor of a race or lineage. 2. The 
common ancestor of different fa- 
milies. 
Scp>£*>x> kutuva, s. An army, consist- 
ing of cavalry, infantry, chariots? 
and elephants.. 



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139 



g^asfc-Kuri 



on 



3cr*&c&»&» kudanrnttu,!?. a.To pursue, 
to over -run. 

S^>&£> kudali, .9. The meeting of di- 
fferent limits. §5r»2g©TT»Qkudalid£- 
ri, The meeting of four roads. 

&r*-cr> kuda, adv. Along with, accom- 
panying. 2. Also. This word, which, 
in fact, is merely the infinitive of. 
§5-°£sb kudu, q. v. Lengthened, is 
usually added to the postposition- 
&* to, With, to strengthen the 
connexion. In books, however, it 
may occasionally be met with al- 
one in this sense ; but, when used 
alone, denotes in general also. *r> 
*5b5a-*-C9 o 35-S)\^r>c& varukiidavachchi- 
naru, They also are come. So-*^ 
£r*^)'kudap6vu, To go together. 

&r°Zso kudu, s. Food, victuals. 2. Boil- 
ed rice. This word, as a noun, 
makes it's inflexion. $r°& kiiti, 
Thus, $r°&&o& kutikunda, A pot 
for boiling rice. &-oj»s£>& kudnillu. 
Sour gruel, v. a. To associate with. 
2. To copulate. 3. To add, or sum 
up, figures, v. n. To be joined. 2- 
To agree, to be on good terms ; to 
be unanimous. 3. To be amassed, 
or accumulated, 4. To be assem- 
bled or met. 



j 35^ kuta, 5. A cry or exclamation. 
2. A clamour or disturbance. The 

j noise made by any animal ; as 
barking, braying, crowing, mew- 
ing ; also the note of any bird. 
§ct°^d, §o-°<&&> kiitu, kuturu, s. A 
daughter. The second word makes 
it's sing. In flex. Sj*$fce_Sj*«fce£)2£ 
kuturi-kuturibidcla,^Y. The daugh- 
ter's child. 

&t># kiina, s. An infant. 2. A kitten, 
or whelp. 

So-*£3co kuyu; v. n. To cry or exclaim. 
2. To make a clamour, or distur- 
bance. 3. To make any noise ; as 
bray, crow, mew, croak, call, or 
sing. v. a. To call. 

g^tf kiira, s. A vegetable ; any gar- 
den greens. 2. Curry. The green 
produce of a garden is divided in- 
to the ejgb*cr*tfe>o akuguralu, Leaf 
vegetables, and the -^osSXcrotfex* 
kayaguralu. Or those of which the 
produce assumes the shape of a 
head, pod, or fruit. 

$r>-&>?£o kiiradn, *. Infiex. Sing, *&* 
-o-*fe5 kurati, Water in which rice 
has been washed, grown sour, and 
boiled ; vinegar. 

So-°Q-£) kurichi, 
kurchi. 

&-°8£>d kurimi, 
Pity. 



postpos. vide Sj-*8v 



s, 



Aft'< 



ition, love, 2 



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140 



^N^sSw-Krisamu 



&n>& kuru, v. To attain. 2. To sleep. 
3. To fill or stuff any thing ; to 
load fire arms. 

3S-*tf>Sb, Scn»«b^- kuruku,kurku,s. Sleep. 
v. n. To sleep. 

Sj*8x kurchi, postpos. Towards. 2. 
On account of. 3. Respecting, re- 
garding. It converts nouns to 
which it is affixed into the ac- 
cusative case. 

&-c8^ o^&>, §5-o&ysr»&> kurchiuava- 
du, kurtsuv5du t 5. A friend. 

§5-*tf>\ kurtsu, v. a. vide §o-»e& kudu. 

Scro«b\o^b kurtsundu, v. n, To be 
seated ; to sit down. 

§fr*Q^ kurmi, s. Affection, love. 2. Pity. 

3cr°e>K>2& kulabadu, v. n. To fall down 
suddenly. 

3S-»© kuli, 5. Daily hire, or wages ; 
cooly- 2. Daily labour. 

s3^e» kultt, v. n. To fall down, or be 
overturned. 2: To die. Sj^exn kul- 
tsu, e?. a. To cause to fall, &c. 2. 
To kill. 

Sfroif kula, a$. Inferior, low. 2. Wick- 
ed. 

3cn>if'tf» kulamu, 5. Chaff. 

&r°Ss5a> kusamu, s. »f6?e"Sb«»iSs5w ku- 
busamu, , 



% 

r \ 4 23 *5m kri ta j namu, adj. Gratef u 1 , 
thankful, s'v^k^ kritainata. s. 
Gratitude. ?\8^ kritaghnata, 
Ingratitude, ^f^sfe) kritagh- 
namu, adj. Ungrateful. 

g\& kriti, si Wise, learned. 2. A suc- 
cessful, fortunate, or happy man. 

^\© kriti, 5. A composition or work. 
2. A dedication. 

g\.8 • j£>s5do kritrimamu, ad;. Artifici- 
al, deceitful, s. Artifice, deceit ; 
a trick. 

^\£cs5» krityamu, s. An act. 2. Bu- 
siness, duty. 3. Conduct. 4. Any- 
thing proper to be done. 3#og\£o 
j6a>ex> nityakrityamulu, Daily du- 
ties. 

S\s5 kripa, 5. Tenderness ; favor ; 
grace. r^e^Sx kripadrishti, A 
tender look. 

^tfrasfoa kripauamu, adj. Avaricious, 
miserly. 2. Fraudulent, deceitful. 

r^a*ft$ kripaluvu, adj. Compassi- 
onate, kind, tender. 

jr^sfca krisamu, adj. Little, small. 
2. Thin, lean, emaciated ; feeble. 
^3o-&, if^oooo-ifc krisintsu, kri- 
siyintsu, v. n. To become lean, to 
be in a languishing state- 



~§&cs3o-Kedayu 



Ml 



SX3 



-Kola 



g\S\ krishi, 5. Agriculture, husband- 
ry. 3\!\§o&>, *f^s>ew£& krishiku- 

du, krishivaludu, A husbandman, 
or cultivator. 

s\s1s5m krishrianiu, adj. Black, s. 
Blackness. s\&.3&5&o krishnapak- 
shamu,The dark half of the month; 
the fortnight of the moon's de- 
crease, ^gtfg^e- krishnavartma, 
s. The god of fire. g\x.Z£srs$x> kri- 
shriasarpamu, s. A kind of black 
serpent. S\ &.-£>-* tfs5*> krishnasararnu ? 

s. A black antelope, r^g^ 
krishnajinamu, s . The hide of the 
black antelope. 



~§o kem, adj. Red. los&Dj, lo^ 
s&tf kendammi, kendamara, The 
red lotus. 

~§o& kempu, s. A ruby. 2. Redness. 
adj. Red. "io^^ots kempukanti, 
s. The black cuckoo ; because it's 
eyes are red. 1o^)7r'c6w kempuga 
mn, Mars ; because he is red. lo 
?§tf3J&> kempusavatu, The 15th of 
the lunar mansions, consisting of j 
the star Arcturus ; because it is j 
red. 

"^^osao kedayu, v. n. To die, to ex 
pire. -§&;& kedapu, v. a. To kill 
2. To push aside. ,^ 



"Itfoo keralu, v. n. To increase. 2. To 
spread. 3. To come out. 4. To be 
angry or enraged. 

"^e>s& kelanu, s. A side, or part. This 
word makes in the plural. "lejoSbew, 
~§v&vo kelankulu, kelanulu. 

"I^SsSw kelasamu, s. Wish, desire. 

~§sjo§b^keluku, v. a. To stir. 2. To 
scratch. 3. To mix. 

~§^*o^>, ^f^o^b kellagintsu, kella 
gintsu, v. a. To kindle. 2. To ex- 
asperate. 

1?$ kelavu, $• Distance, space. 

if 

"it keka, s. A cry or shout ; also 

that of the peacock. 
^s8on5b kekarintsu, v. n* To hawk, 

in spitting, 
"i&o-ab kedintsu, v. n. To turn aside. 
~t~B6x> kedemu, s. A shield. 
"!& keru, v. n. To laugh loudly, v. 

a. To deride. 
"iex> kelu, 5. The hand. "isos&j, ke- 

— o 

ludammi, A hand resembling the 
lotus. "ie^&» kelpattu, Marriage. 
~isr\foT& i 'ier^fo&Q kelmogu- 
tsu, kelmogudtsu, To shew res- 
pect to any one, by joining the 
palms of both hands. 



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r^oSb-Konku 



~iv*$F>$ kelakuli, s. A large square 
well, with steps on each side. 

~f &>, ~£$g keli, kelika, s. Sport, play, 
amusement, dancing. 

~f£<ys5*> kevalamu, aij. Absolute, 
mere, entire* sole. adv.Very much; 
entirely, wholly. 

~f $ kevu, s. Freight. ~f^a kevari, 
The freighter of a ship. 

~§$Qss&) kesarivadlu, s. plu. A parti- 
cular kind of paddy, of which the 
rice is reddish. 



~% kai, s. The hand./? os tpos. To, for, 
on account of. ~1 g*tfb kaikonu, v. 

o 

a. To take, receive, or accept. 2. 
To possess, to obtain. 3. To un- 
dertake, 4. To assume a form, or 
. shape. "1 eso&kaidanda, The hand? 
or arm, given for support, in walk- 
ing. ~% eT> If sfca kaitalamu, A cym- 
bal. 

!§ c£$Q&x) kainkaryamu, 5. Service. 
2. Slavery. 

"i^^oT'o^b kaikolavandlu, s. plu. 

The kycola caste, generally weav- 
ers. 

"? j^° kaija, s: The motion of a 
horse's head. 

-3 & kaidu, 5. Confinement, res- 

O 

traint. -§ ^"^oco> kaiduchcyu, 9. a 
To confine, to imprison. 



ll&sg^kaiduvu, s. A weapon or in- 
strument. 

II ^ kaipu, s. vide s'ooo^) kayipu. 

~§tfss$6 kairavallu, 5. »Zw. vide^&o 
cofoo&sx) kaviriyundalu. 

1 er»&>o$w kailatamu, 5. Deceit, fraud. 

~§ ex> kailu, s. The actual measure- 
ment of the crop, after it is thrash- 
ed, and before the gross produce 
is divided between the cultivator, 
and those entitled to the govern- 
ment share. 

jtf& kaivadi, adv. Probably, like- 

*>• 

"1 «t*#s5m kaivaramu, s. Encomium- 

O 

praise, commendation. 2. Circum- 
ference- "I<53^^s5c»^d36c» kaivaramu 
seyu, v. a. To praise, to commend. 
~§3§kaisiki, s< A poetic composi- 
tion, expressive of love. 

g^ogtfgij- konkanakka, $. A kind of 
jackal. 

r°o^^ konkara, adj. Crooked, bent. 
S^oS'tfssoS'tf TV* konkaravankaraga, 
All crooked ; in complete disorder. 

§^o§ konki, s. A hook, for suspend- 
ing any thing from. 

r°o& konku,5. Timidity, fear, shame. 

v. n. To be timid? fearful, or bash- 
ful. 



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143 



rib- 



~u- 



-Kokkar, 



A crane. S^oX" ~^? 
kongakalla, Long shanked, lit. 
Crane-legged. 

r°oftb koDgu, s. The hem, or border 

of a garment. 
r>ctf kontsa, s. vide F°^ ^s5wi krautr 

chamu. 

^o-tf-'ir*^, ss-&\ kontsa-pova, vats- 
tsu, «7. a. ^zcfe r ,^ konu. 

§^o"Ss5oo konchemu, 5. A little, a few, 
some. 2. Contempt, adj. Little, 
as to quantity only ; few, some. 
2. Trifling, of no consequence. 3. 
Short, as to_ time only. 4. Low, 
vile, mean. r^o^sSoo^oaoo konche- 
mucheyu, To diminish. r^o^a&oTro 
6330a5b konchemugayentsu, To es- 
teem lightly ; to slight, or con- 
temn. r*o^s5oor°o' : 3s53o-7r> konche- 
mukonchemuga, Little, by little, 
r^o^^j-ss^^b konchepuvadu, A low 
or mean fellow. r°o^xSooer* kon- 
chemulo, In a few words : for a 
low price. r'o^sfcai)^) konchemu 
sepu, A short time. 

r*olb kont.e,5. A wicked, depraved, 
roguish, or impudent person. 

r^oSS konda, 5. A mountain, hill, or 
rock, g^oti-^odg kondakaluva, A 
cascade, s^ofir'sko, kondakommu, 
The summit of a mountain. r° & 



§^60 kondakota, A hill fort. S^oSS 
TT b '%& kondagorre, A wild sheep, or 
kind of deer. 
S^ozr ^ kondadu, v. a. To praise, 
commend, or applaud. 

§-°o& kondi, s. A sting, or bite. 

§^o&£ kondika, s. An infant. 
i r°o"as5c» kondemu, s. Anaccusation, 
dentmciation, or complaint; gene- 
rally applied to such as are false. 
2. Slander. r*o<le&, r^o'U-j^th ko- 
ndfdu, kondegadu, An accuser, or 
informer. 2. A slanderer. 

§^0^. kondra, s. The oval space de- 
scribed by the plough, at it's first 
wide turning ; the ground within 
which is subsequently ploughed,, 
by turning the plough more ab- 
ruptly. 

§^0^ konta, s. A little ; a part ; a 
few ; some. adj. Little, few, some, 
short. r^ocS^g* kondoka, adj. A 
very little. 2. Another. 

§~*o&<m» koiidzLYTUy Indef. adj. pro. in. 
or, f. Making in the n. S^sw kon- 
nij Some, a few. 

r^o^o^ao kondalamu, s. Perturba- 
tion. 2. Sorrow. 

r°o£ kompa, s. A house. 

^gfj-.-cr'ott') r^^tf kokkarayi, kok- 
kera, s, A crane. 



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144 



r^-Kotki 



§^§0^ kokku, s. A crane. 2. An im- 
mense rat, usually termed at Mad- 
ras the bandy-coot 

S^x &r*b>vo koehcheinatalu, s. Words 
pronounced with a lisp. 

r°4j^t5b kotaru, s. A cotaur, or col- 
lection of salt heaps. 

r°fc3r kotika, 5. A village. 2. A miser. 

§^6os5», S^do-'sSco kotiamu, kottamu, 
s. A sta]]. 

r>kx> kottu, s. A blow. 2. A store- 

house? a granary. 

r^&w kottu, ?;. <z. To beat, strike. 
eo 
smite, flog, or lash. 2. To break. 

3. To kill, or destroy. 4. To cut. 

5. To fix, or affix. In composition, 

it makes some neuter verbs active, 

vide-&Zo$T'toa udagottn, Under &> 

2^3 lidu, It has also a vast variety 
of other meanings, which will be 
best explained by the examples 
given below. 

r*fe8o-tSb kottintsu, v. Cans. To cause 
to beat, &c. 

r^r^ kottukonu, v: Comp.To beat 
one 7 s-self. 2. To strike by accid- 
ent against any thing, r'toag;, r° 
bnV"S$r € c£ > kottuka, kottukonipo- 
vu, To be carried or swept off, by 
a flood, wind, &c. r" 45 "i 0800 kotti- 
veyu, To strike out, or cut off. 2. 
To Exclude. 3 To dismiss, ^r»^ 



r*feS"3cflSa matakottiveyu, To strike 
out a word. 2. To defeat in argu- 
ment. •5yQ23cs5ao§^fe3"3aoc» vyajya- 
mukottiveyu, To dismiss a suit. e> 
^,r^ atstsukottu, To print, o 
«\sx.ss^r°&» adnshtamugotfcu, To 
have eood fortune, -&>&jr-fe» ita- 
gottu, To swim, e^r*^ ukottu, To 
listen. O&fr"^ lidagottu, To take- 
any thing forcibly out of its fasten- 
ing. 2. To depose or turn out of 
office. oiKJT'fco, cOKSK^tM egagot-i? 
tu, egaragottu, To toss up. 2. To 
deny or disregard what another 
says; to turn another's words in- 
to ridicule ; to refute. d£>g'jr'to> 
elikagofctu, A rat to eat. or destroy. 
ga&lCkXi kampu gottu, A smell to 

stink. sbs^iT'toJ kuppagottu, To 
thrash a heap. r^r ^ korru- 
gottu, To impale. r°o JCtx> kolla- 
gottu, To reap, or gain, a great 
profit. Koc^JT'^ gantugottu, To 
die, or expire. Kok>fTfc» gantago- 
ttu, A clock to strike, x-tfnewr 6 ^ 
gatstsulukottu,To boast, or vaunt. 
•^Srg galigottu, The wind to 
blow. 
r°& kothi, s A soucar's or banker's 
place of business 5 a bank. r*&i§ 
ct& kothfveyu, To open, or estab- 
lish, a bank. 



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145 



r°^.Kona 



§"£»© kodavali,s. Inflex. Sing- §"£ 
sstS kodavati, A sickle. 

r*a kodi, s. The flame of any light. 
2. A flag, standard, or colour. 
^^"^rccp^^r ^ agnihotrapuko- 
di, The flame of fire. r°&£-°a»? ko- 
dipoyyi, A hearth or fire place. 
r°S^c«5o kodiveyti, To hoist a flag. 
§^ <S jo o^sSw kodistambhamu, A 
flag-staff. 

r°&>§o koduku, s. A son. 

r 6 ^^) kodupu, 5. That part of a 
bamboo which is between two 
joints. 2. An iron thimble, placed 
on the finger when one pkys 
upon the vfna, or Hindoo guitar. 

r^tf** konadzajs. A kind of terrace, 
over the gate, or entrance, of a 
house. 

r*3"5? konige, 5. A heap. 

r°jSat> konidili, s. Half a handful. 

r°c3o^ konudzu, s. A tick. 

r°©sx>8, r^-Sotf kotimiri, kotimera, 
s. The coriander plant. 

§">«&& kotuku, v. n. vide r*^§b kodu- 
ku. 

r° & kotta, adj. New, recent. 

r* <5&s5x>ex>, r* c^^s5wex) kottadamulu, 

kottalamulu, & pltt. The bastions 
of a fort. 



r° e£&otoa kottamuttu, s. The joining 
of -a broken thread, in spinning. 

r°H;6» kottemu, 5. The pulp of the 
palmyra fruit. 

§"# koda, s. The residue, or remaind- 
er, adj. Remaining. 

S^tfssb kodama, s. The } r oung of any 
brute, adj. Younsf. 

r°ess5 kodava, vide r'sbss koduva. 

§^&§o koduku, v. n. To hesitate in 
speaking. 

r*&ss koduva, s. The rest, remaind- 
er, or residue. 2. Want, defect, 
deficiency. 3. Discontent, dissatis- 
faction, adj. Remaining. 2. Other. 
r°2fc35tf?<5ko koduvasagamu, The 
other half. 

r>a koddi, s. A little- adj. Little, 
few, small. 2. Mean, vile, low, in- 
ferior, trifling, postpos. To the full 
extent of. 2. In proportion to ; 
suitable to. r*as$$ koddipani, A 
trifling business. r*&s5bo& koddi- 
rnandi, Few people. 5r»s>ae>6»r B a 
r**>S7r*&> vanibalamukoddi kotti- 
nadu, He beat him to the extent 
of his strength. 

r ^ kona, s. The point, end, or ex- 
tremity. §^k>r°tf kottakona, The 
very point or end- §*£^a kftna- 

chevi, The tip of the ear 
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r's^-Komma 

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146 



r*cs6£-Koyya 



r° $■&>]& konasagu, v. n. To be effect- 
ed, accomplished, or concluded. 

S^SOcs^dSb koniyadu, v. a. To com- 
mend, approve, or praise. 

f 6 ^ konu, v. a- To buy or purchase. 
2. To take. 

r T S>S>o-&> konipintsu, v. Cans. To 
cause to buy. 

r*sSo koppu, s. A female's hair, tied 
in a tuft. 2. The middle thatch. 3. 
The bend of a bow. 

r^S^^tf kobbari,kobbera, c The 
white kernel of the cocoanut. adj. 
Of or belonging to the cocoanut. 

V&& komaru, s. Beauty. 2. Youth 
adj. Beautiful. 2. Youthful, r"^ 
-o^ex) komaralu, s. A beautiful, or 
young, woman. 

r'abbb^) r*s5j-°&23o komarudu, koma 
rudu, s. A son. 2. A young man. 

S^sfc&ex) komarulu, s. plu. vide sb&o 
233 ex> kurundzulu. 2. The plural 
of S^sSb&aSb komarudu, <^. v. 

r'sfc&^ao komarusami, s. A name 

of Kartikaya, the god of war. 
S^sfrollsr komarte, s. A daughter. 
r^Sfc^ komire, 5. A woman, 
r'sfc, komma, 5. A branch, or bough. 

2. A woman. 3. The pointed bat- 
tlements of a fort. 



r*^ kommu) s. The horn of any 
animal. 2. The tusk of any animal, 
as of the elephant, or wild boar. 
3. A trumpet, or blowing horn. 4. 
The name of the connected vowel 
< o u. 5. A piece of certain dried 

roots. 6. The end cfabank. £r»o 
tSTi^ sontikommu, A piece of 
dried ginger. ^tfc$r o s$>3 chern- 

— D 

vukommu, The end of the bank of 
a tank.r 6 ^ <ss&» kommupattu, To 

blow a trumpet. s^oSw^^s^&j-tfo 
kommulatopodutsu, To gore with 
the horns, r^ska-s^o^b kommu- 
vandlu, A caste of the chucklers, 
who are trumpeters. 

§^s5m,-^i'^"^ c ok5 kommukakaraka- 
ya, s. A species of the Momordica 
charentia, used as a pot vegetable 
by the Hindoos. 

r°s5x> s^tf^ssb kommumasa kamma 

— -& D f 

s. A woman having breasts, but 
who never is menstruous. 
r*c«5g koyya, 5. Wood. 2, A staff or 
stick. 3. .A ship's mast. adj. Wood- 
en, r^osfc-s^ejo koyyakalu, liU A 
wooden leg. Stubble. ^o^cX^&t^ 
£m koyyagutamu, lit. A wooden 
pin- A mallet. 2. A piece of wood, 
with which the clods of earth in 
the fields are beaten, after plough- 
ing. 



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147 



r°e>B-Kolad 



r°o3Se)6-°S, r*csSc«S^^Scn'S koyyagu- 
ra, koyyatotakura, s. The Amaran- 
thus tristis. 

r°tf§o koraku, postpos. To, for ; on 
account of, for the sake of. 

§^tf^ korada? s, A whip. 

r°tf£b koradu, s: An owl. 

r°tf2&^tf> koradu para, v. n. To be 
benumbed, or deadened. 

r°fef) korra, 5. A defect. 2. A maim- 
3. A little. 4. Dissatisfaction. 5. 
Use. r*w7r»»j §^fe9s5cr^Sf^ korraga- 
ni, korramalina, Useless, adj. Im- 
perfect, incomplete, r^i^sko ko- 
rranomu, An imperfect meritori- 
ous act, or one not completed. r*e£> 
. ■>. eaafoj korrapranamu,The point 
of death. 

^e3"go& korrakantsu, 5. A fire- 
brand, after it has been exting- 
uished. 

§^e6>§o korraku, postpos. vide r°#gb 
koraku . 

S^wS^w korrakorra, s. An angry 
countenance. ^°^r°ts^>ch korra- 
korraladu, To have an angry coun- 
tenance. 

§"°fc9&> korradu, s. Indra's rainbow 
unbent, invisible to mortals. 

r°e3& korrata, s. A defect, 2. A 
maim. 3, Dissatisfaction. 



i r*fc5«Ss5M korrapamu, s. A ciirry- 
i comb. 

I r*e5s53ofe» korramuttu, s. Materials, 
implements, tools. 

r°e*£w korralu, v. n. To abound. 

r°fe?a korravi, s. A firebrand. 

§^&9o§b korruku, v. a. To gnaw, to 
bite, to grind, or gnash. §"e9osbs& 
tfrotio korrukudupundu, A cancer. 

r^eo korrralu,5.j9^. The grain term- 
ed Panicum Italicum. 

r°&9o korrru, s. Making its inflex. 
sing. T°eJ korrti, An impaling 
spike ; a spike. 

r°e> kola, s. Measurement. 2. Sin. 
§>x5\r T, <y pitstsakola, False mea- 
sure. 

r°e)o§oex> kolankulu, s. plu. The ir- 
regular plural of r°e;s5o kolanu, 



q- v, 



The mingled 



r^r 6 ^ kolakola, 6-. 
sound of birds. 

r*e;^, r°_o kolata, kolta, s. Measure- 
ment. 

r*e)a koladi, s. Depth. 2. Power, 
glory. 3. Means. ~&n -&*&&>&& mo- 
katikoladi, The depth of the knee. 
$>r*e>&au«»oXS' nikoladiyerrnno-a- 
ka, Without understandicg thy 
power or glory. cSoSr^uaj^yeko 
ladinaina, By aBy means. 



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148 



"Scn^-Koka 



r'^jvSS kolanu, s. A tank, or pond. 
r°e)s5x» kolamu, s, A race? tribe, caste, 

family, or lineage. 
r*8§ koliki, s. The corner of the eye. 

2. A clasp. r°e)§s5M£ kolikimudi,A 

loosened knot. 

§"£)&> kolimi, s. A forge, r°g>s»© @ 
kolimititti, The bellows. 

r°e)o-i5b kolutsu, 27. «. To measure. 2. 
To serve, to worship. 

r'SaooSbkolipintsu, v. Cans. To cause 
to measure, &c. 

r^eHbo-tSbr ^ kolipintsukonti,?;. Cans- 
Comp. To cause one to measure, 
&c. For one's own benefit. 

r"ex)a5b kolutsu* s. Grain. 

r°e»^) kolupu, s. The festival of any 
goddess ; generally applied to 
that of the village goddess. 

r*ewsg) kohipu, v. a. To excite, en- 
courage, set on, or prompt. 2. This 
verb, added to some neuter verbs 
in r°jSo konu, Makes them active ; 
as "ioejor*^ melukonu, v. n. To 
awake one's-self. 

"&>ex>r o e)o$ melukolupu, v. a. To 
wake another, from sleep. sfctfKSovr* 
ex>^) manassukolupu, To be inclin- 
ed. 

^)8r*€w^) purikolupu, v. a- To ex- 
cite, or proyoke. &&r°ex>$ nsiko- 



lupu>Tohiss, set on, or excite a 
dog ; to incite one against a- 
nother, 

g^ex)^) koluvu, s. Service. 2. An em- 
ployment or place. 3. A hall of 
audience. 

r°o kolla, 5. Pillage, plunder. r*e> 

O .'.'.. CO 

JT'&b kollagottu, To reap or gain 
a great profit, r^tf^ kollabovu, 
To be plundered or robbed- r°o 
o^i£o kollaladu, To attain, as -3** 
•^s^S^o o^ekm6kshamukollala(lu, 
To attain eternal happiness. 

r°£K kovvu, s. Fat. 2. Presumption, 
pride, arrogance. 

kovvu, v. n. To be fat. 2. To 
be presumptuous, proud, or arrog- 
ant, efos^aotf talakovvina, adj. 
lit Head-proud. Headstrong, un- 
governable. 

r^ kosa, s. The end, point, or edge. 
2. A piece of string. 

£*$&, S^&otfc kosaru, kosuru, v. a. 
To ask any thing gratis, in addi- 
tion to what has been bargained 
for ; to demand something to boot. 
s. That which is obtained in this 
manner. 

r 6 ^ koka, s. A woman's cloth. 2. A 
cloth. 



§^&£o-K6dipan 



Ud 



"3\r°^-.K6ta 



r^w, 'Bcp'IosSm kokila, kokilamu, s t 

The black cuckoo. 2, A parrot, 
■^o^tf kotsa, s. A coward. 
§-$&> kota, s. A fort ^feoi^s^ex) ko 

D 

takornmalu, The pointed battle- 
' merits of a fort. 

§^£3 koti, s. A crore, or ten milli- 
ons. 2. The edge or point of a 
sword ; the end of a bow. 3. A 

multitude, r*&n>tf§*fe» kotanakot- 

lu, Innumerable persons or things. 

i^ioeb koteru, s. The plough placed 

on the top of the yoke, as is done 
when the cultivator carries it to, 
or brings it back from, the field. 

S^&oo kodalu, 5. Making it's inflexi- 
on sing. "gcn>^D kodali, And it's 
nom. <plu. ^r*&o&)j kodandru, A 
daughter-in-law. r € &tfis5<»_"§a-*k>eJ 
3fs5x-r*£ofe3rs5ao, 1a-«>£el>3's5» kota- 
ramu-kotarrikamu-ko dand k a mu, 
kodarrikamu, The duty of a daugh- 
ter-in-law. 

§*& kodi, s. A cock, or hen. 

r s &soo"3sSM kodipandemu, s. The 

game of cock-fighting. g^&SS-oeS 

kodikuta, The crow of a cock. S* 

&&e^ kodipilla, A chicken, r 6 ^^ 

&» kodidzuttu, A cock's comb, h 
eo 

o <y"So-*& pillalakodi, A brood hen. 
^skr 6 ^ simakodi, A Europe fowl, 



generally applied to a turkey, r* 

S^.023 3 kodipundzu, A cock. "3o-°& 

"Sjfeo kodipetta, A hen. 

r 6 ^ kodiga, 5. A score ; it is used 

chiefly in • counting rubies, or 
cloths. 

W*&K&& kodigamu, 5. Ridicule. 

r^cl kodi, s. A flag, banner, or ensign. 

"3o-°a& kodu, v. a. To separate broken, 
from unbroken rice. 2. To move 
the tongue, as a snake, s. A rivul- 
et ; the branch of a river. 2. A 
place overgrown with ef>$& avu- 
ru, q. v. 

^jr.^b kodu, s. Making in the inflex^ 
Sing. "^rofeS koti, The leg of a bed- 
stead. 

§^"3 kode, 5. A young bulk 

§^"3 kode, adj. Male, young, r 6 "^ 
2$r»& kodeduda, A bull calf. §^-3 
-&*■&> kodetatsu, A male serpent. 
t^^s^Sk kodekadu,Ayoung man. 

S^raoft konangi, s. A person who 

wears a mask, and exhibits as a 
buffoon. 

^casSw konamu, s. A corner, or ang- 
le. 2. The sharp edge of a sword. 
3. The quill or bow of a lute, a 
fiddle stick. 

§^«£ kota, s. Reaping, cutting. S*& 
-3-°e>s5w kotakalamu, Harvest time. 



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150 



S^ea-Korra 



r 5 © koti, s; A monkey. sKp>&a"$x 

kotivanne, A brown, or monkey 
colour. 

r^eso&sSoo kcdaudamu, s. A rope sus- 
pended to any pole, or beam, in 
order to punish school-boys, by 
making them continually keep 
hold of it. 

§"*# kona, s. A village in a forest. 2. 
A herd of cows. 

§*"&& koneru,5.*A square pond, with 
steps for descending on each side. 

r*s5s5x> kopamu, s. Anger, wrath, 
rage, indignation, r^sstf kopana, 
A passionate or angry woman. 

r^sSsSZk kopapadu, v. n- To be angry, 
or enraged. t*h kopi, A passion- 
ate or angry person. 

r^o-tSb, r^Ao-tSb kopintsu, kopagin- 
tsu, v. a. To be angry with another. 

r 6 ^) kopu,s. A side. 2. Manner, mode. 
adj. Extraordinary, uncommon. 

S^-zyobb^) kopndarudu, s. A cop- 
dar, or contractor for long cloths. 

r^ofeS komati, s. The caste termed 
the Komtee. It is one of the sub- 
divisions of the Vyasya, or third 
pure caste, among the Hindoos. 
Their profession is trade. 

g^sSb 9 komali, s. A woman. 

§^o«><y koyila, s. The black cuckoo. 



1cp>cfloo koyu, v. a. To cut, sever, or 
amputate. 2. To pluck, to gather. 

s^So^-^o^koyevandlu^.^Zw. A caste 
of fowlers, or huntsmen. 

^j-°$ kora, s. A cup. 

r%& koradi, s. A. wall of loose 
earth. 

r^xp kora> adj. Unbleached, as ap- 
plied to cloth; as applied to gold, 
it denotes impure, or mixed with 
alloy. 

"gcro-rp^b koradu, v* a. To turn up 
the earth, as is done by a rat, hog, 
&c. 

"§j-«>&> torn, s. The ryot's share, or 
portion of the crop. 

r 5 ^ koru, v> a. To wish. 2. To hope; 
to expect. 3. To choose, to select. 
4. To prefer, to like. 

~&n>do-&) korintsu, v. Cans. To cause 
to wish, &c. 

§^8*1 korike,s. Wish, desire, or long- 
ing. 2. Hope, expectation. 3. Se- 
lection. 4. Preference, r^loaro"^ 
&-"§cp>8"1&&, -3o-°8~§ ^es^ea* kori- 

keyideru-koriketiru, korikenerra- 
verru,. A wish, to be accomplish- 
ed. r*8^-Oo»V^tfc^-&S^-T&es3ea^ 

k orike- y ider tsu-tirtsu - nerraverr- 
tsu, To accomplish one's wish. 

"5o-o&5 korra, s. A tusk or fang. 



r^&o-Kolpadu 



151 



if &n s^.Kautu ha 



We) kola, s. An arrow. 2. A staff, or 
stick, adj. Long. 

r^feoska kolatamu, s. A kind of play, 
with Small pieces of stick, in 
which dancing girls or school 
boys, by moving in different di- 
rections, plait into one rope sepa- 
rate strings held in one hand, 
while they keep time, by beating 
the sticks held in the other, a- 
gainst each other. 

r §&°<>)$~&(ir° kolatapela, s. A sort of 
brass pot. 

■^roe)^ kolana, s. Length. 

r^s^sSM kolahalamu, s. A low and 
confused sound ; an uproar ; a 
great and indistinct noise. 

g*ex>-r*efc kolukadu, 5. A kolkar, or 
inferior officer, in the custom de- 
partment. 

S^ewr'so kolukomi, v. n. To be re- 
stored to strength, or to a former 
good state. 

^oosfctfXb kolumasagu, a. n. To be 
distinguished, or signalized. 

r* oer^csoo koltalacheyu, v. a. To 
prepare for battle. 

r^efo, r*^^ kolpaclu, kolpovu, 
v. n. To be lost. 2. To be ruined. 
r 8 ^ ^x kolputstsu, v. a. To lose. 
2. To deprive, to destroy, to ruin. 



r 5 ^© kolpuli, s. A royal tiger. 

§"*£> kovi, s, A hollow tube. 

-§cr>"3y kovela, §, A Hindoo temple* 
2. The black cockoo. 

§^"Sej^p^s5M kovelasoramu, s. The 
seventh musical note, called Pan- 
chama ; because it is said to be 
formed by air, drawn from five 
places ; the navel, the thigh, the 
heart, throat, and forehead. 

rV-Sw kosamu. 5?. Treasure. 2. A 
bud. 3. A sheath or scabbard. 

r 6 ^ kosu, s. A coss, or a distance of 
two thousand fathoms. 

IP 

F°5\S kangili, s< Making in the inflex. 
Sing. fAfeS kaugiti, The breast, 
lit. the place of embrace. 

f^5\So-"3b kaugilintsu, v. a. To em- 
brace ; to clasp. 

F^So^, ^ftSojg) kaugilinta, kau- 
gilimpn, s. An embrace. 

F°2« kaudzii, s. A partridge. 

f^eks's-xw kautukamii, s. Eagerness, 

vehemence, impatience. 2- Joy ; 
pleasure, happiness. 3. Wish, in- 
clination. 4. The marriage thread, 
or ring. 5. A shew, or spectacle. 

ir&y>&>v£x> kautuhalamu, 5. Eager- 
ness, vehemence. 



£■ s&K$»-.Kramamu 



152 



^^-Kriya 



§^S& kaunu, s. The waist. 

IP&tfsfoa kaupinamu, s. The small 
piece of cloth concealing the pri- 
vities. 

IPsfrotfaS-x) kaumaramu, 5. Youth, 

childhood. 
T°*x> kaulu, s. vide £^ex» kavulu. 
¥*&> kausu, s. Flesh, meat. 

^o-sffts krantsarra, adv. Quickly, 
swiftly. 

^oz5b krandu, adj. Much, excessive. 
5. Excess. 

^s.-£5\es kratstsarra, aJv. Purely, 
clearly. 2. Quickly, swiftly. 

v£/^ kratstsu, s. Impurity, dirt. 

1^1 ^\ kratstsu, v. a- To wish, to de- 
sire- 

jf ^0^ kratuvu, s. A sacrifice, or ce- 
remony in which oblations are pre- 
sented. 
£ tf±g krannana, adv. Quickly, spe- 
edily, swiftly. 
g s&sSw kramamu, 5. A sacred pre- 
cept, or practice prescribed by 
the vedas. 2. Order, method, un- 
interrupted progress, regularity, 
arrangement. 



XaJo-tSb kramintsu, v. n. To pass as 

the time. 2, To pass over] 3. To 
die. 

^s^*a> kramraarru, v. n. To return. 
<jf,5^el!o-&> krammarrintsu, v. a To 

recall, to revoke- 

,Jf,s& es krammarra, adv. A gain. 

.£,8500, krammu, v. a. vide ssSoo, ka- 
mmu. 

.S 'a&&x> krayamu, s 
chase, 2. price, value. 

^-5^oaS§o^b krayakudu, s. A pur- 
chaser, a buyer. ^ossa ^cxsSsSoo 
krayavikrayamu, Trade, traffic, lit. 
Buying and selling. 

^ir^ejo kralu, v. n. To shine, to spa- 
rkle. 

C^jV °& kralganti, s. lit. The spa- 
rkling-eyed. A woman. 

.§.o& krinda, adv. vide §o# kinda. 

n. vide § 



Buying, pur- 



. §.sL-eJcx&> krikkirriyu? 0. 

§k_eJcfl6o kikkirriyu. 
§ cssS kriya, s. An act or/ action. 2. 
Means, expedient. ?. Worship. 4. 
Physical treatment or practice. 5. 
A religious initiatory ceremony. 6. 
Obsequies, rights performed im- 
mediately after death. 7. Purifica- 
tory rights, as ablution, &c. 8.. In 
grammar, a verb". 



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.Krovvu 



153 



4>o Soifi- Khan dintsu 



§£»5-kriya, 5. Manner or mode- % j ^"S^s krovveda, s. A female's hair 

Advantage. 3. Effect. 
I £ krida, 5. Sport, amusement, 

play, pastime, pleasure. 



.§b.c §o krunku, v. n. To drown, s. 

Drowning. 
§o ofo krangu, v. n. vide §bo7fo kun- 

gu. 

.go.^eso kruinmarru, v. n. To roam, 

to wander, to ramble, to haunt. 
Scp> tfo5oc> kruramu, adj. Terrible, for- 
midable, ferocious, destructive. 2. 
Cruel, pitiless, hard, harsh. 3. 
Sharp. 4. Hot. ^IPtfcsSw kraurva- 
mu, s. Cruelty, tyranny. 

<jf;ta^ kregannu, s. The outer 

corner of the eye. 
<ji.<g) krepu, s. A calf, 
vj^g) krellu, s. plu. Leaps. 
^,55" kreva, s. A side. 
&\o krom, adj. New, fresh, recent. 

spjOTS^s krondavi, A fresh scent. 

r* $ krotta, adj. vide r° g kotta. 
.§^.8533, S krommudi, s. A tress; a fe- 

male's knot of hair. 
.r°,^e& krovvadi, adj. Very sharp. 
.§^1^0 krovvu, v. n. videt 9 -^ kov- 

vu. 



tied in a tuft. 
r3o-°j ^S'ao-^D krodikarintsii, v. a. To 

abstract, to abridge, to shorten. 
C&r°J £s5w krodhamu, s. Anger , wrath. 

{ lo-M^So^b, {yv°J§ krodhanudu, 
krcdhi, A passionate man. 

! ,§^j€X) krolu, v. a. To drink. 

| i lo-MS krovi, s. A hollow tube. 2. 

A flute. 3. The plant termed Ga- 
ledupa arborea. 

js»s5cx> kjibaum, s. The neuter gen- 
der. 

~%$?5o* klesanru, s. Pain, affliction, or 
distress. 

sV-5)e£> kvachittu/cc^, Somewhere. 

^> kha, The seventeenth letter, and 

second consonant, in the Telugu 

alphabet. 
ipo&tf&x> khandanamu, s. Division. 

2. Dissertation, criticism. 
4>o£s5m khandamu, s. A piece, part, 

fragment or portion. 2. A chapter 

or section. 
$> o & o ok khandint su, p . ' «s . To en t in • 

to pieces, divide, tear, or break 
off. 2. To reject, to confute, or 
render ineffectual. 3. To settle a 
price. 

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.Khartsu 



154 



tfoX-0*Gangachi 



$)oclosg) khandimpu, s. The lowest 
price, ^o&o^^ccco khandimpu- 
cheyu, To settle a bargain. 

3)o&e£sfc» khanditamu, at//. Cut, 
torn, broken. 2. Strict, rigid. 

$)S)^$&:> khacbitamu, adj. Mixed, 
blended, combined. 2. Inlaid, set. 

^sr^ khajana, s. Treasure, or mo- 
ney. 2. A treasury. •$%-* ^"^Ij 
khaj^napette, A cash chest. qtT'o 
s§ khajanji, A cash keeper. 

$>Td*cMo& khadayintsn, v. a. To 
erect or raise, "§-a*3)Tr , ooooa& dhe- 
r£khadayintsu, To raise or pitch 
a tent. 

$)2£s5m khadg^mu, .?• A sword or 

scymetar. 2. A rhinoceros. 3. The 
rhinoceros'horn. 

4>cl khaddi, s. vide g'g kaddi. 

$)& khani, s. A mine. 

4)S)^»s5w khanitramu, s. A spade, or 
hoe. 

3)s»& khaburu, s. wie S'aoSb kaburu. 

^>-tr» khara, adj. True, exact, certain 
2. Honest. 

3)626 kharidu, 5. Price, value. 3)6 & 
^d3oo khariducheyu,To set a price; 
to value. 

3>&\ khartsu, s. Expenditure, or ex- 
pence. 



4r>$ft khanigf, adj. Private, cland- 
estine. 

sp-ei) khali, adj. Empty, vacant. 

4x*s*o&> khavandu, 5. Master , lord. 

$r>"*r> khas^, adj. Own, private. 

ipejsSw khilamu, 5. Waste, or un- 
ploughed land. 

3xp>£) khuni, s. Murder, s^b^te khii 
nikhoru, A murderer. 

35552603 khedamu, s. Sorrow, grief, 
affliction, distress, repentance, re- 
gret. • 

3§aex» 3§ao-&> khedillu, khedintsu, v. 
n. To grieve, to lament, to regret. 

4P>o © khyati, s. Reputation, renown, 
fame, celebrity, notoriety. 

47*0 ^sfo> khyatamu. a$. Known, ce- 
lebrated, famous, notorious. 
X 

K ga, eighteenth letter, and third 
consonant, in the Telugu alphabet. 

^oX" ganga, s. The river Ganges, or 
its personification as a goddess. 
Xo-7v#&db gangadharudu,A name 
of Siva ; because the Ganges is 
said to have alighted oq his head 
in it's first descent, and continued 
for some period entangled in his 
hair. 

XoK-»^ew gangachippalu, s. plu. 
Skulls. 



tfolaoo-Gantelu 



155 



Xo&'-Ganta 



XoX&^oo gangadolu, s. The dewlap. 
X , oX"Soer°sg) gangainailavu, s. A cow 
of a black and yellow colour. 

Xo-7r>$&xt gangalamu,s. A large braz- 
en vessel, which is used for con- 
taining water. 

XcA"3*b, XoT?& gangireddu, gange- 
ddu, s. A bullock taught to dance. 

Ko83 gandza, s. Arable land. 

Xo£ ganji, s. Rice gruel, commonly 
termed conjee.' 2. Starch. Xo«^ 
tf ^ ganjitoraka, The cream of con- 
jee. Xo25"38jtf»&> ganjivesinabatta, 
Starched linen. 

Xote ganta, s. A bell. 2. The circu- 
lar plate of mixed metal, on which 
the Hindoos strike the hours. 3. 
An English hour- 4. A bunch or 
tuft. sjg^2& £%\Xob>zx> ippudu- 
ennigantalu, What o'clock is it ? 

Koko£x> gantamu, 5. An iron style. 

XofeS ganti, s. A wound, sore, or hurt. 
KotSoZfo gantibadu, To be wound- 
ed, hurt, or bruised. 

Xokx> gantu, s. Animosity, hatred. 2, 

A knot of hair. 3. A bag; or bun- 
dle. 

Xoto gante, s. A spoon, or ladle- 

Kol^ex) gantelu, s. plu. The grain of 

the Holcus spicatus. 



Xo&r°&> gantladu, v. To pull mutual- 

Xc&&> gandadu, s. A robust, or stout 
man. 

Xo£~3>ol§tf «*» gandapenderamu, s. A 
ring worn round the ancle, as an 
honorary distinction. 

X otitic o gandamala, s. Inflamma- 
tion of the glands of the neck, &c. 

Xo&sSoa gandamuj .<?. The cheek. 2. 
Imminent danger, great extremi- 
ty, peril, a fatal accident. 3. One 
of the twenty-seven portions of a 
circle, on the plane of the ecliptic. 

Xo£9o-&> gandarintsu? v. n. To issue 
forth, to spring. 

Xo&Sbex) gandarulu, s. plu. Frag- 
ments, pieces, chips. 

Xo& gandi, s. A breach in the bank 
of a tank, or artificial lake, through 
which the water has forced it's 
way. 2. The opening of a sore. 3. 
A hole, or chink. 4. A lane, or 
narrow passage. 

Xo&> gandu, s. Bravery, adj. Brave, 
heroic. 2. Great, large. 3. Male. 
Xo&>-b& ganduchlma, s. The large 
black ant. 

Xofi, gandra, adj. Cunning, sharp, 
quick. 2. Large. 

Xo£ ganta, s. A pack-saddle. 



Xc^* 5 «£-Gandhotta 



156 



Xesafoa-Gajamu 



Xo«& gantu, 5. A jump, leap, or vault. 

x oekr*&», Xo ^o5r°(3o gantukottu, ga- 
ntugonu, v. n. To die, to expire. 

Xo&ss"?:>e>o gandapattelu, s. phi. Pie- 
ces of wood nailed horizontally, 
across the perpendicular planks of 

a door, to make it strong. 

Xo&SR^fsfoi gandaragolamu, s. Con- 
fusion. Xotftfjr^sko^tffcj gandara 
golauiucheyu, To throw every 
thing into confusion. 

Xo^sSw gandhakamu, s. Sulphur. 

Xo#o53o gandhamu, s. Often written 
Xotfsfoa gandamn, A smell- 2. A 
perfume. 3. The sandal. 4. Ground 
sandal wood, or any other wood 
ground, and used in medicine, or 
as a perfume, adj. Fragrant. 

Xo5>bbo£b gandharvudu, s. A Gan- 
dharva,or celestial musician. These 
are demi-gods, who inhabit In- 
dra's heaven, and form the orche- 
stra at all the banquets of the 
principal deities. 

Xo$oS® gandhava^i, s. The mother 
of Vyasa. 2. The name of a city .3. 
The earth. 

Xo$e>s*x> gandhilamu, s. An old fox. 

Xo^r 5 e£s5b gandhottama, s. Spiritu- 
ous or vinous liquor. 2. Toddy, or 
fermented liquor, extracted from 
the cocoantit, palmyra tree, &c. 



Xo^P gandholi, s- A wasp. 

XosSgampa, s. A wicker basket. Xo 
sS^ewftb gampapulugu, s. A wild 
cock or jungle fowl because they 
are constantly brought into vil- 
lages, by the jungle people, in 
baskets. 

Xo2sr°tfs5c» gamburamu, s. Camphor. 

Xo^tfsSw gambhiramu, adj. Deep, 
profound. 

Xo2J)tf!§s gambhiravedi,s. An intoxi- 
cated, or restive elephant. 

XX^sfoa gaganamu, s. The sky, or at- 
mosphere. 

X7&& gaguru, s. The erection of the 
hair on the body. 

X-25\ gatstsa, s. A thorny plant. 

Xo5b\ gatstsu, s. Yaunt, boast, vain 
ostentation, false promises. 2. Mor- 
tar or plaster of chunam, or lime. 
X%&s i zr>8> gatstsuladi, A boasting 
or vaunting female. 

Xo5b\ g>-»\ Kb gatstsupitstsagu, v. n. To 
be disordered, or discomposed; to 
be thrown into confusion. 

Xzsl>^D gajapippali, s. A large spe- 
cies of long pepper. 

K2366co gajamiu s. An elephant. 

Xe?s5*> gajamu, s. The measure term- 
ed a yard. 



X£sp-Gattiva 



15 



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K<5 cLGadidc 



X 23 a 29 gajibiji, s. Entanglement, con- 
fusion, intricacy. 2. Trouble. 
Xsew gadzdzalu, s, plu. The groin, 

the pubic and iliac regions- 
X£ g a jji' s - ^ ne ^ cn 5 aD 7 cutane- 
ous eruption. x^sSJod gajjipattu, To 
have the itch. 
X2?ex> gajjelu> s. plu. Bells, tinkling 

ornaments. 
Kteg gataka, s. Paste. 
X&o^^cjboo gattanacheyu, v. a. To ram 

"down. 2. To beat. 
X& gatti, ad/\ Hard, solid, firm. 2. 

Strong, able, clever. 3. Loud. 
Xfe5 o^d gattintsu, v. a. To load a gun. 
2. To beat into a hard mass. 3. To 
rub out what is written on a plank, 
used in Hindoo schools. Xfe3s5£ ga 
ttipani, A substantial work. X& 
a£r°k> gattimata, A loud talk. -£r># 
s5^Xfe3^c*ft> pathamugatdcheyu,To 
get a lesson by heart. xfe3s&sf\ 
gattimanishi, A strong man, x feS iv> 
gattig&, Loudly. XfeS^tfsSw gattita- 
namu, Cleverness, ability. XfeTBo 
&?6c»-53-T>eSb gattidendamuvadu, A 
brave man ; a man of fortitude. 
X&st* gattiva, 5. lit. A loud speak- 
er. A deceitful female. X^-s^^tf 
gattivatsana, An adultress, a lewd 
woman . 



Xfca eattii; 5. A mountain. 2. A bank 
or shore. 3. A bank, dam or mound 
of earth. X iix>~u*Z& gatturapatti^. 

lit. The child of the mountain 
king or of Himalaya. Parvati, 
the wife of Siva, and daughter of 
the king of the snowy range. 2. 
The name of the mountain Mina- 
ka. xkx>v~%3&> 2;attularredu, s. The 
chief of the mountains, viz. The 
snowy range in the north of In- 
dia, termed the Himalaya, 
Xc£ gada, s. A cane, stick, or stalk. 

2. A long and thick bamboo. -3*0 
iSdX& vedurugada, A bamboo stick. 
ar°tf^ X^ jonnagada, The stalk of 
jonnaloo. "^e^gcXSa cherrukugada, 
The s agar- cane- X^sSbo^ gadainan 
die, A stand or wooden horse. 

X&cS gadana 5 s. An acquirement or 

acquisition. 2. A regard, esteem. 

3. An account. 

X&sS gadapa, -s. The threshold. 

X<% gadi, adj. Strong, able, powerful. 
Xcl ir'j&i gaditradu, A strong- 
rope which ties two cattle toge- 
ther, to prevent their wanderings 

X&"^«» gadiderru, v. n. To come 
to the age of puberty, or strength. 
2. To be experienced. XclS^oXga 
didonga, A notorious thief. 



X£-Gadda 



158 



jCS-Gati 



X&o^ gadintsu, v. a. To acquire ; 
to amass, or gain. 

X&^kSm gaditamu, $. A plaited garm- 
ent, a folded cloth. 

X&a& gacliya, s. A bolt. x&o&-£ctix> 
gadiyaveyu, To bolt. 

X&otf gadiya, s. A Hindoo ghuree, 
or hour of twenty-four English 
minutes. X&coS-°tfs5,-» gadiyaramu, 
A watch ; a clock. 

X^o-^ gadutsu, v. n.To pass, as time. 
v. cc. To pass over. 2. To transgress. 
3. To exceed, or surpass. 4. To ex L 
pire, or elapse. 

X^o^) gadupu, v. a. To pass time. 
2. To put off or defer. 3. To finish. 
v. caus. To cause to pass over, &c. 

X>sb^) gaduvu, s. A fixed or expired 
term. 2. An instalment. 

X&>$) gaduvu, s. A hump on the 
back. X£&ex>&> gaduludu, A hump- 
backed man, 

X£3o6o gadusa, s. A mean person. 

adj. Mean. 2. Cruel, inflexible, 
pitiless. 3. Evil. 4. Difficult. 
X&s;adda, s. A bulbous root. 2, A 
lump, or clod. 3. A boil or ulcer. 
^o&e>$X<^pendalapugadda,Ayam. 
&XUK& uralagadda, A potatoe. 
X&s$ex>fib gaddapalugu, s. A pick- 
axe, or instrument for breaking 
cjods. x&'^ptf gaddapara, An iron 

Cs 

crow. 



x&sko gaddamu, s. The chin. 2. The 
beard. 

X& gaddi, s. Grass, straw, x&stfsf 
gaddiparaka, A blade of straw. 

X^b gaddu, s. Force, violence- 2. Di- 
fficulty, adj. Bare, scarce. 

Xr3§b^b ganakudu, s. An astrologer. 
2. A letter carrier. 

XrcXe, ganagana, s. The tinkling of 
bells. 

Xeatf ganana, s. Calculation. 2. Re- 
gard. 

X*»s5m ganamu, s. A flock, multitude 

or assemblage. 2. A tribe, class 
or troop. 

X^o-tk ganintsu, v. a. To calculate. 

2. To acquire, or gain: 
X£?fgariika, s. A harlot ; because 

she prostitutes herself* for gain. 

X?S£oSx> ganitamu, Arithmetic. 

X^sSw ganemu, s. Ornaments made 
of wax, worn by maskers. 

Xs£sSc» gatamu, adj. Gone, past, an- 
tecedent. 2. Known. 

KB gati, 5. Going, moving, motion. 
2. A march. 3. An expedient, a 
means of success. 4. A course of 
events, fate, fortune, lot, destiny. 
5. Protection. 6. Salvation. 7- 
State, condition, situation. 8. 
Help, aid. 9. Ability, power. 



X"8s&reo-Graddepon 



"J 59 



Xce^sG-Gayalu 



X&& gatukn, v. a. To lap, as a dog. 

j(^ gattara, s. Disturbance* vex- 
ation. 

Xtf gada, s. A club, a mace. 

Xa gadi, s. The space between two 
beams. 2. A closet, bed-room, 
chamber, or apartment. 

Xe5bs5^ gadunm, v. a. To push, to ex- 
tend. 

X 25b & gaduru, e\ a. To obtain, to ex- 
tend. 2. To brow- beat. K^t5br°ssc> 
gadurukonu, v. Comp. To brow- 
beat. 

X#£skD gadgadamu, s. Alow, inarti- 
culate, sobbing sound, expressive 
of joy, or grief. 

X£ gaclda, s. A vulture. tfSsfoaSb?.- 

© CO u 

gacldaniukku, A sharp nose, a 

nose like a vulture's beak. 
XtfeJ-§-°2& gaddarrikadu,s. vide Xzkrto 

gadusu. 
Xao-tfb, X^55o-»o»o^5bgaddintsu, gada- 

niayintsu, v. a. To brow-beat, 

scold, or threaten. 

Xaotf gaddiya, s. A chair. 2. A 

throne. 
X&sf gaddnva, s. The chin. 
?C3 gadde, 5. A chair. 2. A throne. 

3. The coin termed a pagoda. 4. 

Fortune telling, by a gipsey. 
X^^o?f^wgaddeponkainulu 5 s £>?■«. 

Boastings, vauntings, expressions 

unsuitable to one's situation. 



X^, X£os5k> gadya, gadyamu, s- 
Prose. 

Xtf§\ Xfcg ganaka, ganuka. acfc. 
Therefore, because, since, as. 

X$ gani, s. A mine. 

X$sSb, X$"£o ganima, ganime, 5. A 
ridge. 

XlS^&j X^db ganneru, ganneru, s. 
The oleander, or Nerium odora- 
tum. The root is used by Hin- 
doo women, as a poison, to destroy 
themselves, on any sudden ex- 
citation of the passions. 

X£)\e>55M gabbilamu, s. A bat. 

Kzmx gabbu, s. A stink. 

Xfptfs&u g^bhirsimu., adj. vide. Kc$tftix> 
gambhiramu. 

Xs5b^s5w gamanamu, s. Motion, go- 
ing, moving, marching. 2. Move- 
ment, course. 3. Attention. 

XsSb^ -5T*&> gamallavadu, s. A toddy- 
drawer. The origin of this tribe 
is traced to the progeny of a 
Soodra man, by a woman of the 
Rajah, or 2d pure Hindoo caste. 

XsSbcsDoo gamyamu, adj. Accessible, 
attainable. 

XccS-*i> gay ali, s. A very wicked or 
crafty female. 

Xc8^>& gayalu, s. Land unfit for cul- 
tivation. 



X^&u-Garbhamu 160 

XS gara, adj. Rough, rugged. 

KtfXQS' garagarika, s. Commodious- j 

ness. 2. Intelligence, attention, j 
skill, adj. Convenient, commodi- 
ous, cleanly. 

7\tt*£o garasu, s. A very wicked 

person. 
Xd gari, s. Hardness, stiffness. 2. 

Sharpness. 3. The feather at* the 

end of an arrow. 
X81? garige, s. A small earthen pot. 
X61d garite, s. Atpoon, or ladle. 
?C8<I garidi, s. A fencing-school, or 

a place of exercise. 2. Fencing. 
Xa^ garita, s. A woman. 
X8# garisa, s. A garee, a measure 

containing 400 marcals. 
Xfo gara, 5. The erection of the hair 

on the body. 
Xbbex> garulu, s* <plu. Wings. 
XbosssSw garuvamu, & «ic?e. x«qs5k> 

garvamu. 
X&$, X&£~f><i) garuvu, garupanela, 

s. Stony, or sandy soil, mixed with 

pebbles. 



X&X-Gallusa 

m O 



Xtf Q gargari, s. A churn. 
X8SE-, K8^s5m 



garja, gar ] it am u, ,s\ 
The roaring of elephants, or lions. 
2. The rolling of thunder. 

XQotfb garjintsu, v. n. To thunder. 
Xtf^sScw garb ham u, 5. The belly. 2. 
The womb or uterus. 3. A foetus 



or embryo. 4. A child- 5. The in- 
side; the middle. xq^& garbhiiii, 
A pregnant woman. 

Xtf^sko garvamu, s. Pride, arrogance, 
haughtiness, presumption. KQo o-db, 
Xtfjjtfgb garvintsu, garvapadu, To 
be proud. 

XwXesgarragarra, s. Hardness ; stiff- 
ness ; crisp ness. 

X'fesJT'es garragorra, adj. Imperfect, 
deficient, less. s. Diflciency. 

KeJ garri, s. A wing. 2. A feather. 

X&slfc garrise, s. vide xo$ garisa. 

K^^^i,^ garrrunatrentsu, v. a. To 
belch, with a great noise. 

X&gala, part vide §0 kala, And *foo 
Tfo kalugu. 

KejTTe; galagala, 5. The tinkling of 
bells. 

Kej^ao%5b galatarintsu, v. n. To be 
struck with a panic. 

?C<yweo-& galabarintsu, v. a. To rinse, 
or shake loosely, in water. 

tfsas galibili, s. Tumult, confusion, 
disorder. 

Xe> 0^0, X<d &> gallantu, gallattu, a. 
Disturbance, noise. 

Ker° galla, s. Grain. 

*S, & a U a ; s - Phlegm. 

X$6K&> gallugallu. 5. The tinkling of 
small bells. 



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TT- 



a-Gadi 



KssSex) gavaralu, s. phi. Dice. 
7\£v5r>Zfo c-'avalavadu, s. vide K&$ o^ 

e& ganiallavadu. 
K^<Hs5o5, K^-olx gavakshamu, gav- 

vakshi, s. An air hole, a loop hole, 

a window. 

XS) gavi, s. A cavern. 

XSS, X^s gavini, gavuni, s. The 

o*ate of a fort, or fortified place. 
X£"3s5oo^ gavilemulu, 5. pZw. A sort 

of black seed, usually mixed with 

©round sandal wood. 

Xa^tf gavisena, s. A case or cover, 
made of cloth. 

JCs^gw gavulu, s. A stink. 

X^)l> gavnli, s. A lizard. 

Ks5"c56c» gavvamu, adj. Of or belong- 
ing to a cow. s. Butter, milk, &c. 

Xtfo gavva, s. A cowry, or small 
shell, which passes for money in 
Bengal, and some other parts of 
India. 

XtfX^oogasagasalu, s. phi. The seeds 

of the poppy plant. 
X& gasi, s. The sediment of clarified 

butter or oil. 
X&*f gasika, s. A stake, or peg. 2. A 

wedo-e. 
Xjo, Xcoo gastT, gastu, s. A patrole. 

X jbS&Tfo gastitirugu, A patrole to 

go it's rounds- 



-7^0^.0^50 gandrintsu, v. n. To have 
a face enflamed, or slightly swel- 
led. 

7r>c^-53^^b gandlavadu, 5. An oil 
monger. 

7^o^5"os53o gambhiryamu, s. Depth, 
profundity. 2. Magnificence, gran- 
deur. 

Tr*r gaka, part, vide -^r kaka, This 
word is also added to the aorist 
of any verb to express the opta- 
tive mood; as h%)&spt>oo-Tr>&ot&& 
iv>g nivu sukhamuga nunduvuga- 
ka, May you be happy, 

t^Kit 5 gagara> s. A female's under 
garment, like a petticoat. 

tt*2» gadzu, s. Glass, or China ware. 
2. A bracelet. -77^ "7? 13^ gadzugin- 
ne, A glass cup, or China vessel. 
-7r*2»;S>£ gadzuppu, The refuse of a 
glass work. -7v»2»<yo3-*o2& gadzula- 
vandlu, A certain caste of the Sii- 
dras, whose profession is to deal 
in glass bracelets. 

tt* 2! gaje, s. vide tt>"3 gade. 

tt'&sSm gatamu,s. Difficulty. 2. Seve- 
rity. 3. Hardness. 

-7v°cl gadi, s. A drinking trough, or 



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T^tfcLGaradi 



-7r°(S"3 gadide, s. An ass. i^8>'&-w°$ 

gacjidekalla, atfy. Bandy-legged. 
-r^h gadi, 5. A carriage, chariot, 

chaise, cart, or native hackery. 
nv>&> gadu, This word is used instead 

of ^£& vadu, q. v. When the 

agent to be denoted is familiar, or 

contemptible; as -£t&.-k*z<o vesha- 

gadu, A masker. 
t^Zsq gadu, v. n. Or v. a. To pierce, 

used either in a neuter, or active 

sense. 
7r>£b gadu, ,9. Gross lechery ; furor 

uterinus. 
-7^2&$, tt»^ gadupu, gadpu, s,The 

wind. • 

iv> z> garia, s. A singer. 
-7^^ gata, part, vide -k*£ gaka. 
-7r>^.sfoa gatramu, s. The body. 2. A 

member? or limb. 
-7f^ gatha, s. A verse, or stanza. 2» 

A history of holy men. 
7r>g>s5x» gadamu, s. Grass which 

grows in fields of dry grain. . 
T^aD gadili, s. Love, affection, adj. 

Affectionate ; dear. 
7P-3 gade, 5. A very large and high 

basket of wicker work, used for 
securing grain. 
t^ gana, adv. vide X#£ ganaka. 



-7r*#s£» ganamu, s. Vocal or instru- 
mental music. 

ir>&K, tc^Ko ganuga, ganugu, s. A 
■ press such as is used in India for 
expressing oil, or the juice of the 
sugarcane. Tr>x&7C 2> o& ganugapin- 
di, The husk of the sesamumseed, 
after the oil is expressed. 

tpwtp gabara, s. Confusion, per- 
plexity, adj. Confused, perplexed. 

iv&o gaum, s. A planet. 2. An evil 
spirit. iv>&x>v~is$k> gaimilarredu, 
The sun. iY°)6x><>)~i 5 % , && gamularre- 
nipaiti, The planet Saturn ; be- 
cause he is the child of the sun, 
according to the Hindoos. 

7r 5 ossrs5M gayakamu, adj. Dear in 
price. 2. Clever, s. Good sense, 
cleverness. 

-7r°cttS§b£o gayakudo, 5. A singer or 
cymbal player, supposed to be 
descended from Brahmans,by the 
marriage termed -7r>o$gQ>&-sr>&goz 
gandharvavivahamu, q. v. 

-7vo55s5m gayamu, s. A wound. 

Tr°c55Ss&x)_s£;foex), ■eT'gogayamu-tagi'ilu, 
taku, v. n. To be wounded. 

7r°tf gara, s. Plaster, or fine lime. 

Tvtf&sSM garadamu, 5. Conjuration. 
2, Trick. 3. Trifling. 

7rtfi garadf, s. Conjuration. 



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5\ e5-Gitta 



iv>tf£&x> garavarnu, s. Love, affecti- 
on, fondness. 

^tf£o-wb garavintsu, v. a. To love, 
caress or fondle. 

garabamu-garabu-garaniu, gara- 
ruu, s. The fondling, or caressing 
of children. 

7r°&> garu, part. This is an honorific 
affix, added to any noun denoting 
a person, in token of respect ; as, 
St^i^te doragaru, Master. 

-Tr^yo garelu, s. phi. Cakes made 

of the pulse termed Phaseolus 

mungo. 
t^sSm galamu, s. A hook. 
-7v*e) gaJi, 5. The wind. 2. An evil 

spirit. 3. An infectious disease 

among cattle. 

"7r°£)0T5b galintsu, v. a. To seek or 
search for. %. To separate grain 
from the refuse, by washing,it in 
water. 

TfOo^) galimpu, s. The act of doing 
this. 

-7v*£>-7r>£sb galigadu, s. An ass. 

-TT^^gb^o galakudu, s. A clever man. 

tp^)^ givata, adv. vide 7^^ gaka. 

t^QcS gavuna, adv. vide xtis ganaka. 

T\*% gasi, s. Toil, pain, fatigue, trou- 
ble. ir-%z&> g&sipadu, v. n. To 
take pains ; to be fatigued. 



5\os gindza, s. A seed, or grain. 

%o&%*&> gindzukonu, v. n. To move 
convulsively the hands or legs. 

5\-&\ gitstsu, v. a. To scratch. 2. To 
Seize with the nails. 

5\e&, ^\s5°c5b gidzaru, gidzuru, s. The 
pulp of certain fruits, or vegeta- 
bles. 

5\23 7r*£&jft£-7^£& gijjigadu, gijigadu, 
s. The small bird, which builds 
the very curious hanging nest, 
with the entrance at the bottom, 
generally termed the Tailor-bird. 

%&£ gitaka, adj. Short in size. 5\ks 
-&-*& gitakaparu, To become short. 

5\&x> gittu, v. n. To die, or expire. 
2. To consent or agree. 

5\£o£o gittami, neg> Verbal noun- 

eo " 

Enmity, variance, disagreement. 

^& gidda, s. A short person, adj. 
Short in size. 

ft2a£tf s5» giddatanamu, is. Shortness. 

ft&oft giddangi, s: An out-house. 2. 
A granary, store-house, or ware- 
house. 3. A jail or place of con- 
finement. 

5\£, eiddi, s. A cow. 

5\&>'eiddu, s. A hawk, or falcon. 

ft j£ gitta. s. A young bull. 



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fte»§*°-Giluko 



5\g, ft"3 gidda, gidde, s. The smal- 
lest dry measure, varying in ca- 
pacity in different parts of the 
country, equal to the quarter of a 

&*o sola. 

ftl^ ginne, 5. A cup, or goblet, 

5\£3x gibba, s. A bull, allowed to wan- 
der at large, in commemoration of 
a deceased person, or as consecrat- 
ed to the deity. 

fttfg' giraka, adj. Short, s. A short 
person. 

5\tf*f&tfs*» girakatanamu, s- Short- 
ness. 

fttffttf giragira* adv. Circularly, in 
a revolution. 

5\tf75-*c»oo"i$b giradayintsu, v. a. To 
surround. 

fttf$ giravu, s. Mortgage." 2. A 
pledge, a hostage, security. 

ftesS' girraka, 5. A pulley. 

fte§ girri, s. A circle. fteHJT'so girrigo- 
nu, i7. a. To surround, to encircle. 

ft&a>tf girrruna, adv. Circularly, in 
revolution. 

%v£ gilaka, s. A child's rattle. 

xerogb giluku, adj. Sounding. 

%od-zr>&) gilubaduj v. a. To rob, or 
steal. 

?\c>o gillu, p. a. To pinch. 



jk 



&§o giku, 17. <x. To scrape, scratch, 

or erase. 
&•&> gitsu, 0. a. To draw lines; to 

draw toddy. 2. To scrape, scratch, 

or erase. 3. To shave. 4. To tear 

with the nails. 

ft&>£oo$b gitadantsu, v. a. To kill. 
&&» gitu, s. A line, mark, or stroke- 

2. Disregard, ftjgatf gitlabadda, A 

flat ruler. 
fcfe» gitu, 17. «. To push aside, or 

throw away, s'ss&n fc&» kannugitu, 

To wink or make signs with the 
eye- 

kg gita, 5. A line- 

fte£sfo> gitamu,5. Yocal music, a song. 

&"£)&» gipettu, i7. n. To cry, to weep. 

&»fo> gimu, s. A house. 

ftctfw giyu, 17. a. To draw lines ; to 

dr^w toddy, 
ftes girra, s. A line. 
&&M girru, g?. a. To tear with the 

teeth. 2. To scratch with the 

nails. 3. To shoot an arrow. 4. To 

beat. 

^e9or"s5b girrukonu, 17. Comp. To 
give one a hint, by touching him, 
or by any other sign. 

ftewg^ssb gilukonu, v. n. To be inclin- 
ed towards, 



Tfoo^-Gunda 



16; 



7focsg)-Gruinpu 



^2»r*ex^, fter ^©^ gilukolpu, gi- 
Ikolupu, v. a. To cause to be in- 
clined ; to allure. 2. t To place 
flowers in the hair, as an allure- 
ment. 

ftbos gunja, s. The small shrub 

termed Abrus precatorius. 2. Salt 

soil, 
floes gundza, s. A pillar, or post. 
7fooe» gundzu, 5. The inside or pulp 

of a fruit. 
TfooK* gundzu, v. a. To pull. 2. To 

wash clothes. 
ftbos^wcSo gundzuladu, v. ?i. To 

wrestle. 
7foo£r°;& giinjikonu, v. Comp. To 

draw or pull by force. 

foo&> gunta, s. A small ; artificial 

pond, or tank. 2. A pit. 3. Any- 
deep hole. 4. A square land mea- 
sure. 

/foods' guniaka, s. An instrument 
for levelling ploughed ground. 

7foofe3 gunti, s. A piece of land, allot- 
ted for cultivation . 

Tfoo&sSoo guncjamu, s. vide §bo2ssfc» 
kunclamu, No. 2. 2. Any fire-pit. 

T'vooxf gunda, postpos. Through; by; 

by means of. adj. Brave, courage- 
ous. 



TfooclX gundiga, 5-. A large brass, or 
copper vessel, or pot. 

Kbo^b gundu, adj. Round, globular, 
spherical, s. Any thing round, or 
spherical. 2. A ball or bullet. 3. 
A mountain. 4. Weights, of any 
form or size. 5. A stallion. 

7fbo"§ gunde, s. The heart, either 
in a moral or physical sense. 2. 
Courage, boldness. fc -S-s-oaS 
gundekaya, The heart, in a physi- 
cal sense only. 

Tfo o ^ ,^bo ^ 3 gnndra, gundrani, adj. 
Round, circular, globular. 7fo .& 
&>oXX& gundratungagaddi, s. A 
sort of long rush. Tfoo^cStf £». foo 
^tf gundradanamu, gundrana, 5. 
Roundness ; a circle. 

Aoo^o-^) gundrintsu, v. n. The 
stomach to turn, or feel sick. 

Abo^o^) gundrimpn, s. The act of 
the stomach turning, or feelino- 
sick. 2. Malice, envy. 3. Dissatis- 
faction. 

Kbo^ gunta, s. A pit, any deep hole. 

Tfoo^o^b gumpintsu, v. a. To speak 
with harshness, malice, or con- 
tempt. 

/&ocg) gumpu, 5. A crowd, a mob, a 
multitude, a flock ; an army con- 
sisting of foot soldiers, horse, ele- 



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&>£o-Gutta 



phants, and chariots. 2. A knot. 
In the plural, this word some- 
times denotes a quarrel. 

ftbc^ToS^ gumbhamu, s. Tying, string- 
ing, as a garland, <fec. 7foo$&s&» 
gumbhitainu, adj. Tied, strung. 

Ko§k- gukka, s. A single inspiration, 

or breathing. 
7foS|,_$ew<£), Tfos^ss.feM gukkanilupu, 

gukkapattu, v. n. To hold in the 

breath. 

fto"^*-^ gukkedu, adj. As much as 

the mouth contains, 
fioft osrxw, Kb?foe;j6*> guggiiamu, guggu- 

lamu, s. The fragrant gum resin, 

termed Bdellium. 
7fo% s£ guggillu, s. plu- Grain, half 

dressed, not reduced to a pulp. 
;&-&k gutstsu, v. a. To pierce. 2. To 

string, or thread. 3. To prick. 4. 

To take hold of another's hand, 

and interlace one's fingers with 

his, m iioken of intimacy. 

ftbsTfoesew gudzagudzalu,s. plu. Whis- 
pering. 
^oa>, 7foa?&> gudzasta, gudzastu, 

adj. past. This is a revenue term, 
usually applied to express the 
year lately expired ; the last, or 
past year, in contradistinction to 
the present year, or to those pre- 
cedipg the last 



T&sT'eJ gudzarri, s. An opulent, or 

rich man. 
?&&&> gudzuru, s.vide foots* gundzu. 
A^s^Xo-o^b gudzdzanagudu, s. Food, 

dressed by children, for their a- 

mnsement. 
7fo^ gudzdzu, Si A short person, a 

2d 

dwarf. 
foz?&<S£x> gudzclzutanamu, s. ShorL- 



£2 

ness. 



^o2S D "Sex% ) gudzdzu velp u, s. A name 
of Ganesa ; because he is repre- 
sented as a short fat personage. 

fito gudzdzu, s. One of the small 
perpendicular posts, by which 
short beams are supported upon 
longer ones, and thus form the 
shelving roof of a native house, 
vide, gobbo^ex). kurundzulu, 2. The 

thick juice of any fruit. 
Ko&S' gutaka, s. A single gulp, or 

swallow. TfofeooSo* Tfoto&k- gutuku, 

gutukku,The sound of swallowing. 
ftbfco?&feo gutaguta, s. The bubbling 

of boiled rice. 



Hofcark-sfc, 7fotoJ%-85bs5o gutukkanu, 
n. To die, or 



gutukkumanu, v, 
expire. 



fo&> ffut.ta, 8-. A hillock, unevenness 
in ground, ftbk>x<roex\ gutfagultsu 
To ruin, to trouble, lit. To cause 
the hillock to fall down. 



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foartS-Gudio'u 



Kb&a o-nttu, s. The real state of one's 

affairs. 2. One s private secrets. 3. 

Reputation, honor, public esteem. 
7fcTT>tf**»., 76i^&gudaramu,gudaru, 

s. A tent. 
fo& gudi, s. A temple. 2. The con- 
nected form of the vowel q i, viz. 

3 i. 
fc%tfobx> guditsuttu, 5. The disk of 

the sun, or moon. 
76&"£) gudise, 5. A cottage, or hut. 
7foe&&> gudusu, s. Any round thing. 

2. The connected form of the vowel. 

sj i, viz. 3 i, ad;. Circular, ;&£& 

-&~^&$) gudusukaiduvu, 5. The 

weapon of Vishnoo. 
;&>&' ffudda, s. A cloth. 2. A bit of I fib £ gutta, $. A rent, or farm. 

cloth. | /fib ^ gutti, s. A cluster of flowers 

fioT^sSw guddamu> 5. Part of afield 



kartsukonipovu, Quadrupeds to 
miscarry. fc&>§cXx> gudlutiyu, To 
pluck out the eyes. 

Hb£?fr*K> gudlaguba, s. An owl. 

^b^^sSaa gunakamu, 5. The multi- 
plier. 

Kbrc-^tf s5oo gunakaramu, s. Multipli- 
cation. 

fio^sdoo gunamu, s. A quality, attri- 
bute, or property, in general. 

fib£o-&>, fib^oooonft guriintsu, gurtiyi- 
ntsu, v. a. To multiply, or calcu- 
late. 2. To spell. 

;foi§£s*>3, Kbrfot£s5^ gunitamu, gunin- 
tamu, 5. Multiplication. 2. Spel- 
ling. 

5 S. 



of dry land. 

;&& guddi, adj. Blind. Kba^tfsSao gu- 
dditanamu, s. Blindness. 

Kbg^&oTV guddivetuga, adv. By 
chance, without exertion, unde- 
signedly. 

foB>f£i T -Tr>oa* guddikokkarayi, s. 
The lap- wing. 

7*b£& guddu, 5. An egg. 2. The eye- 
ball. fib£w"S>fe>3 gudlupettu, To lay 
eggs. Tfcgo-s^sr-r*^^ guddu- 



fib ©ss?os5M^nttikavvamu, 5. A kind 
of churning stick. 

7to7toy-£2o gudagudaladu, v. n- To 
sob. 

fib&Xes gudigarrra, s. A block of 
wood suspended from the neck of 
any animal, to prevent it's wander- 
ing far. 

Kba-T^ex) gadigaluj s. The heel. 

fibSKbosex) gudigundzalu, 5. phi. 
Posts fixed perpendicularly in the 
ground, at the door of a cow-house. 



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TfoaTfc-Gubagu 






fo& { ir°j&> guditradu, g. The rope by 

which a calf is tied- 
TfoScsS, Tfo "3 gudiya, gude. s. vide 7fo 

aXz*> ffiidigarrra. 2. A club or mace. 

7(b "3 "sr 9 «^ gudedalpu, 5. Yama, the 

regent oi the dead. 
AoSc^srww gudiyakarrralu, 5, phi. 

Sticks placed horizontally, across 

the TfcacBSrtbossew gudiyagundzalu, 

q. v, 
TfoaooooiSb gudiyintsu, v. a. To stop, 

v to prevent. 
Tto eudda, s . The anus. 
foz& guddali, 5. Making in the in- 

flex. Sins:, tfbtffeS guddati, And in 

the wow. »^m. fioso^b s;uddandlu, 

A small hoe. 



a. To dig 



7to So-i^ ffuddalintsu, 

with a hoe. 
7fo2*> guddu, 5. A blow with the fist. 

«?. tf. To box with the fist. 7fos5b 

a 

er*feo guddulaia, 5. Boxing.2. Quar- 
relling. 
ftogSbo-oSSo gudduladu, ?;. n. To box 

mutually ; to quarrel. 
7fotfse>o gunakalu, 5. plu. A sort of 

grain, growing wild, without culti- # 

vat ion. 
fotiTStfg* a> gunapanakodij s. A wild? 

or jungle, fowl. 



Tfo^sS s$*> gunapamu, s. An iron crow. 
TfbScsk gnniyu, v. n. To grumble, or 
murmur. 

7&;&§os5&7to gunukuparugu, s. The 
act of running slowly. 

Tvbp^ gunna, adj. Young. Tfbtf^^soX 
gunnayenuga, s. A young ele- 
phant. Tw^oSoa gunnapandi, A 
young hog. 

fibsS^tf^S giippanagura, adv. Di- 
sorderly ; in a confused manner. 

KbS^o-tfc, 75o^fe3oa5bguppalintsu,gu- 
ppatintsu, v. a. vide gbsS^o-^b ku- 
ppalintsu . 

Tws^S guppili, s. Making in the in- 
flex.Sing.7fet>\ tS g u ppiti, The hand 
closed. 

7fc£v g u PP u > Q> n - To spread as a 
smell, v. a. To pound or beat 
paddy. 2. To throw or fling to a 
distance. 3. To throw any thing 
contained in the closed hand. 

foS^o-Sb guppintsu, v. n. To spread 
as a smell, v. Gaus. To cause to 
beat or pound, v. a. vide. XooSo 
guppu, No. 2 & 3. 

ftb^tf guppuna, atfV Quickly, hasti- 
ly. 2. Clearly. 

KbwKbwex> gubagubalu, 5. plu. The 
noise of running. 



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169 



?&w?&-Gurragu 



fc-zpoztf gubaluna, adv. Quickly, 

swiftly. 
Kb^Po-tf) gubalintsu, v.n. To sbine. j 
«oOD gubili, s. The wax in the ear. J 
7&7M& gubuku, v. a. To box ; to ( 

beat with the fist. 
Kb^&guburu,s. The thick foliage 

of a tree or shrub &c 
«b»\ gubba, s. A woman's breast. | 
7fc©}-&Sbs» gubbameknlu, s. plu. i 
The nails driven into the Xo££ j 
f:>s» gandhapatfelu, q. v. 
«b»\D gubbali, s. A mountain. 
Kbsx> sumi, s. A multitude, or flock. 
7fos6cȤb gumuku, v. a. To box ; to 

beat with the fist. 
7fos5b gumma, s. One spirt of the 

— i 

milk from the teats of a cow, &c. 
^bs6,5oogi.immatilu, s.plu.A female 

ornament worn in the lobe of the 

ear. 
Kb^sSw gummamu, 5. A door-way, 

gate-way, or entrance. 
^£0$ garami, s. A granary. 

^"Ste,^ &» gummetamu, s. A small 

drum. 
flotfTfotf guragnra, s. An itching. 
ftoff!>cl gurapidi, s. A wild cow. 
Tfotfs^tk gurapotui s. A wild bull. 



Kbeo-$ gurinchi, postpos. vide &*B\ 

kurchi. 
Ao85\ gurigi ,s. A very small earthen 

pot. 
Kba Aoe gnrigindza, 5. The seed of the 

Kb&"3o£ guruvenda, ?. v. 

Kb&£& gnru'du, s. A spiritual parent, 
from whom the youth receives the: 
initiatory Mantras, or prayers. 2. 
A religious teacher; one who ex- 
plains the law and religion to his 
pupil," instructs him in the Sastras, 
&c. 3. A name of Brahaspati, the 
regent of the planet Jupiter, who 
is considered as the preceptor of 
the inferior deities- 4. A father, 
or any venerable male relation. 

?&&&>, Kb & gnrutu, gurtu, s. A mark, 
a sign. 2. An idea. 3. Recollec- 
tion. 

Kb&$ guruvu, s. vide 7*b&£& guru- 
du. 2. A long vowel, adj. Impor- 
tant? heavy, weighty, great, diffi- 
cult, arduous. 

7fo«b?£os$M gurutvamu, s. Esteem, re- 
gard, distinction. 2. Indigestion. 
7&ab$e>o guruvulu, s. plu. Running. 
Tfo&tfo gurusu, s. That part of an 

animal's tail,-, where the hair is 
long. 

fibers' gurraka, s: Snoring. 

Kbfcsfoes gurragurra, s. ride fo$fo$ 



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^oSQ.Gulibi 



170 



>cr>£8-Guda 



^OfcB gnrri, s. A mark. 2. An aim, 3. 
Certainty. 4. Trust, confidence. 5. 
Esteem, adj. Certain. Tfo^a^-ab 
gurridzutsu, To take aim. Tfoe^tfs. 
gurritappu, To miss aim. 

7$b&37r>;&o£3b gurriganundu, v. n. To 
be trustworthy. 7fceJatf>oo&> gurri- 
yunclu, To esteem or regard. KbeJ 4 
ht°2& gurrikadu, A good marks- 
man. 

76eJ^*oS gumkondi, s. A vital part. 

7foeaor°«& gurrukonu, v. a. To try, or 
endeavour. 

7foe£»&> gurrutu, s. vide ?&&$& gurutu. 
7foea>s5c»ex> gurrumulu, s'. plu. Seeds. 
Tfo^sfcoi gurrramu, s. A horse, 
fibea* gurrru, s. Snoring. 2. Anger. 
76«x>sSbs5o gurrrumanu, v. n. To be 

angry. 7&<*»"3>fes> gurrrupettu, p. 

w. To snore. 
fov°&x> gulamu, s. A slave. 

floer^ews&'S gulaTupodi, 5. A sort of 
crimson powder, with which some 
Hindoo women mark their fore- 
heads ; and which the natives, who 
observe the festival of Cania, 
throw at each other, during that 
feast. 

7&D£>, 7&S&> gulibi, gulimi, s. The 
wax in the ear. 



/6©StoS'2fc& gulimikaduru, s. An in- 
strument for taking out the wax 
in the ear. 

7&o gcilla, s. An oyster. 2. A shell. 
3. A white pustule. 7fo-> r« gulla 
karrra, s. A hollow stick. 

«bo coo!^s5x» gullasunnamu, s . Shell 
chunam. ^oj^'^l gullaputike, s. 
A small basket, -ao&Tfoe) chinfcagu 
11a, s. Tamarinds in the shell or 
pod. Kber°fib2&;oo gullagudusu, 5. 
A cant word, denoting jewels 
when mentioned in a careless or 
trifling manner, or when their 
value is meant to be depreciated. 

foVZ golika, s. A ball ; a pill « any 
small globular substance. 

7to£ guvva, s. A dove or pigeon. 

KbSKbtf gusagusa, 5. A whisper. 

TfosS* guha, s. A cave, cavern, or 






grotto. 



Xor° 



x^»4os5w giitamu, s. A. wooden mallet. 
2. A stake, a tent pin. 

fa& guda, s- A basket used for rais- 
ing water for irrigation. 2. A bas- 
ket, with a cover, in which the 
Yaishnavas keep their household 
idol. 3. A flower basket. 4. The 
mat used by natives to protect 
them from rain. 



X\!r«-G-rilii 



171 



*5?"a~3"*-Gedeka 



yfr>&> gudu, s. A nest. 2. A small 
niche made in th© wall for lights, 
&c. 3. A heap of cut Jonnalu, or 
suzzalu, or of their straw. 

Xcro"Ss5oo gudemu, s. A small hamlet, 
near a village. 

yfr*$ guna, s. A large earthen pot. 

Xcr°<33 gunu, 5. A crooked or humped 
back. 2. A knot in wood. 

Xcr°sD guba, s. An owl. 2. The drum 
of the ear. 



X\s£»sS» grihamu, s. A house, adj. 
Domestic. 2. Domesticated. 3. 
Household. x\sfr»s$s grihapati, s. 
A householder. 2. A mail in the. 
second stage of life, or who, after 
having "finished his studies, is 
married and settled. 3. A house- 
holder of particular merit, giving 
alms and performing all the pre- 
scribed ceremonies, &c. 7<\sfrs£vK 
j5a» grihamrigamu, s. lit. A do- 
mesticated animal. A dog. 

K\&>&> grihasthu, s. vide jC\^»sS8 gri- 
hapati, Under X\s$"*x5<» grihamu. 
2. An honest man, 

?\tr* grihi, s. vide y\&>$Q grihapati, 
Under K^sfo grihamu. 



"Ko&>tfsSx> gentasamu,s.A cruel, harsh, 
or cross speech. 

l?ofe» gentu, v. a. To push, 

Ifola gente, 5. vide'Xolo gante. . 

7oto gentlu, v. n. To be unsteady; 
as a box, chair, or table, from the 
unevenness of the ground, or in- 
equality of it's legs. 

IT&gedda, s. vide X& gadda, 
~%&&&o-& genusudurnpa, s. The root 

termed Dioscorea aculeata. 
H& gerra, s. vide %&> girra. 
l?e) gela, s. A bunch. 
*7?02> gelivi, s. A pleased, healthy, 

or bright countenance, adj. Pleas- 
• ed, healthy, bright. 
"Kyosk gelutsu, v. a. To win, gain, 

conquer, or overcome. ~^D§>o^5b 

gelipintsu, v. Cans. To cause to 

win, &c. 
~%zx>%) gelupu, s. Gain ; victory. 
"XewigsSbtfb geluvumanu, v. a. To send, 

or dispatch. 
I?© gelli, s. A salt-heap. 

-i&o& gedintsu, .v. a. To drive be- 
fore ; to drive aside ; to defeat. 

~fi"&-r°$ gedekalla, adj. Spindle- 
shanked. 



jroX^-Gongadi 



172 



JT^tf-Godaga 



~/f&ft gedagi, s. The caldera bush, 
Pandamus odoratissimus- 

"^"3 gede, 5. A female buffalo.. ~i~3 
&y& gededuda, *. A buffalo -calf, 
not a year old. "^"ScBS&r gedepe- 
yya, s. A young female buffalo, 
about two years old. i?"3^3e>3 ge- 
dechelapa, s. A young buffalo, a-' 
bout three years old. "^"Sss^ ffede 
padcla> s. A young female buffalo 
about four years old. 

~i& geli, s. Ridicule, mockery, de- 
rision, joking, sportive insult, 

~ir$o gestu, s. From K\sJ»s>3 grihasthu, 

Under X\s£°s5do grihamti, y. «;. 

2L 

2_"f)db5a gaiseyn, e>. a.' To adorn, to 
ornament. iri>& gaiseta, s. The 
act of adorning. 

K^oK gonga, s. A natural enemy. 
. X"°oK£? fi^oX^ gongadi, gongali, s. 
The native woollen ■ cloth, or 
blanket, commonly termed a comb- 
ly. 5T*oK$>sg>?fc7fo gongalipurugu, &. 
A species of rough -or hairy eater- 
pillar, the touch of which inflames 
the skin. 



r° csS£oJ& gonjipandu, s. The fruit 
termed Limonia pentaphylla. 

JT'o&o gontu, *. A mean person. jr°o 
tools' gontupoka, An inferior sort 
ofareca nut. 

JT^oek gontu, 8. The throat or neck. 
2. The voice. jr , o&>§a-°T&s-o&) go- 
ntukurtsundu, To sit on the hams. 
?To^o-^d35o, §"s5od gonturayu, tarn 
mu, To be hoarse. 5Poefo§^s> gou- 
tiikovi, The gullet. 

JT'oe&S' gontuka, s, The neck. 

JT*oa gondi, ~s. A lane, or narrow 
passage. 2. A harbour. 

K*oP gonli, $. A festival. 2. A dance. 

fC°% goggi cwi;. Uneven. JP'ftSo^b 
goggipandlu, Uneven teeth. 

TT'^Koo gojjegalu, s* plu. The name 
of a flower. 

JT^sSw gottamu, s. A long round 
hollow case. 8, The barrel of a 
musket. £"*&> ^tT'fsSoo goLtaputa- 
lamu, A long narrow padlock. 

ft-°&» gottu, adj- Difficult of recollec- 
tion. "2. Dear in price. 

Tr&TdS-sy&i, Tr-GrQ'sr>& godagarava 
du, godarivadu, s. A shoe -maker, 
descended from a female of the 
barber caste, by a pot-maker. 



.Goppa 



173 



jncw-GoriTu 



JT*daSf godava, s. Danger. 2. Difficul- 
ty. 3. Trouble, annoyance. 4. A. 
caste-dispiite. adj. Difficult. 

JCzkrto godugu, s. An umbrella. TC 
db«bx& golugugaddi, A mush- 

Cs 

room. lit. The. umbrella grass. 
, ff^dfortbTpS) godugugali, 5. A whirl- 
wind. 

JT'dtS) goddali, s. Making in the in- 

flex. Sing. j^^feB goddati, And in 

the nom. phi. jc^o^o ffoddand- 
, lu, An axe, or hatchet. 
5^^) goddu, adj. Barren, sterile. 5. 

Any horned cattle. 2. Sterility. 
JT'r^Tfb gonugu, v. n. To murmur, 

or mutter. 
TT^sSdc gormemu, s. vide 5T "? s5oo go- 

llemu. 
jr°e& gottu, s. A bunch, or cluster. 

2. Determination. 
K"°c5 goda, s. Hunger. 
IT'tf^a gonakoni, adv. Suitably. 
5TYe»in&> gonabupata, s. Vocal and 

instrumental music. 
jC#&» gonamu, s. vide fc&&n guua 

mu, No. 1. 
jr^o&sSw gonayamu, s. The knot at 

the end of a bow-string. 
S^% g°PP a » *$• Large, great, big, 

high, eminent, noble, 



jr°S\gobbi 5 5. A Hindoo goddess wor- 
shipped in the mouth of Poosh- 
yum. A lump of cow duug,adorned 
with flowers, is placed in the door 
way ; and, in the evenings of that 
month, young females go round 
it, singiug songs. 

^»3vtfgobbuna,a<#0.Quickly, swiftly. 

JT'cooc goyyi, *■ Making in the inflex. 
Sing. R*& goti, And the nom. plu. 
JT^ex) gotulu, A hole in the 
ground ; a pit. 

JTW goraka, s. The name of a beast. 

JT'tfsSxSoa gorapamti, 5. vide. r*fc9SS<6w 
korrapamu. 

TCtix'og goravanka, s. A bird, usually 
termed the Myna. 

JT81, JT'QT) gorije, gorise, s. A hoof. 

JT'esS'S"?;) gorrakakatte, s. A cane, 
or stick, with a ferule. 

yT'eooKb gorrugu, v. a. To shave. K"°ei> 
ftoofo gorrigintsu, v. Caus. To cause 
to shave. 

JT'&m oorrru, s. Making in the inflex. 
Sing. K^eJ gorrti, An instrument 
of husbandly, used sometimes as 
a harrow, to reduce the deep fur- 
rows of ploughed fields into small- 
er furrows ; sometimes, as a drill 
plough, for sowing ; and some- 
times, for weeding, after the grain 
is in stalk. 2. A land measure. 



^■©-G-ochi 



174 



jr^Goda 



JT"^ gorrre, s. A sheep. ?6>?s3&k, 

5T > "^-S)0^ ; §'ep gorrrenutstsu, go- 

rrrepentrukalu, The dried dung 
of sheep. 

3r*ei gola, s. A bunch. 

5T°ewj6o golnsuj s. A chain. 

^°^> golla, 5. A peon or guard over 
treasure. 

JT^efo, jT'o-sn^ golladu, gollava- 
du, 5. A shepherd ; a man of the 
cow-keeper 5 or shepherd caste. 
JCo «£, TT& a gollata, golladi, A 
female of that caste. jrv> afr*&> go- 
llamata, &. "Vulgar language. 

JT'oo gollu, 5. A confused noise. 2. 
Rumour. 

JT^tf erollena, s. A small tent. 

CO ° 

JTHPj&o gollemu, 5. A hasp for shut- 
ting upon a staple, where a pad- 



lock is used. 



K* 



J^o. S,o^> gondrintsu, ?>. n. To roar, 
as a wild beast. 

l^o<&>,rs^ gondrukappa, s. A 
very large and noisy frog. 

K*So goku, v. a. To scratch with the 
nails. 

K^-u) gochi, s. A piece of cloth to 
conceal the privities, % That part 
of the under garment which a 
Hindoo tucks up behind. 



"7^2?-* & godzaru, v> a. To ask, or beg, 

constantly. 
TC*z*> godzu, s. Paste, or gum. 2, 

Confusion, trouble, dispute. 
ft" 6 ?? 3 , K*2Po^&> godzu, godzuladu, v. 

n. To be constantly annoying, or 

plaguing one. 

K*bx> gotu, s. A border, chiefly as 

applied to that of a female's jacket. 
2. Gold or silver lace. 3. A gold 
bracelet worn by women. 4. Self- 
sufficiency. 

~&r°& go da, s. A wall. 

JT 6 ^ godige, s- A mare. 

fif^-a&w godipettn, s. A blow on the 
head. 

JT 6 ^ godi, s. Manner, regularity. 

fr" 6 ^ godu, s. Perturbation, disquiet, 
affliction, distress. 2. The cause, 
matter, or circumstances of dis- 
tress, or grief 

"&r°T3°s53o goriamu, 5. vide TT 5 © gochi, 
No. 1. 

8**3 gorii, s. A bull. 

~far> er'sSw gotamu, s. A coarse bag - 
a gunny. Bag. 

TkrvJg.&x gotramu, s. A family, tribe, 
or lineage. No Hindoo can marry 
a wife of his own gotramu, she must 
be of another race. 2. A mountain. 

jr 5 ^ goda, s. Any horned cattle. 



Sr^-Goru 



175 



JT^x&s-GoIamu 



K*TS°d godari, s. The sediment of 
butter, newly melted- 

JT 6 ^ godu, s. Gum ; paste. 

jr*#b8fcwo, 7kr>c^>356s5^ex) godhumalu, 
godhumamulu, 5. pM- Wheat. 

^a-iS'o^tfsSoogopicliandanamu,^. Yel- 
low ochre. 

5r*$tfs&» gopuramu, s. A town or 
city gate. This word- is now com- 
monly applied to the high towers 
over the gates of Hindoo temples. 

fr^socs^ gopyamu, adj. Cherished, 
preserved. 2. Secret. 

R^s&osSsSm gomayamu, s. Cow-dung. 

*7^r»s5>8 gomari, s. A kind of tick, 
infesting cattle. 

K*£x> gomn, s. A good, flourishing, 
vigorous, or thriving state, or con- 
dition ; as applied to the growth 
of children, trees, crops, <fec, 

R^jfeo^sfco goinukhamu, s. The act of 
smearing the floor over with cow- 
dung. 

5r G "^>?rs5M gomedhikamu, si A gem, 
of a yellowish or tawny colour. 

"7So-otfs5a> gorarou, s. Danger, peril. 

JTte^ gorasamu, s. Mill?. 2. Co- 
agulated milk, butter milk. 

5^6 gori, s. A tomb. 

?T& goru, s. Making in the inflex. 
Sing. JT 6 *! god, And in the nom. 



plu. !&«$> gollu, The nail, or claw, 
of the fingers, or toes. jr*&Xex> 
gorugallu, ,9. An instrument for 
cutting the nails. s$g)7fa-otf> puligo 
rjj, s, A tiger's claw. 7?^ &■&,&»• 
gorutsuttu, The whitlow. 
5r 6 efc$&{ r -e&-5 T ca& goruchikknduka- 
ya, s. The bean termed Bolichos 
faboeformis. 

Iterv&^iStf&n gorochanamu, s. The bi- 
liary concretions, of a bright yel- 
low colour, occasionally found in 
the gall bladder of cows or bul- 
locks in India, much used by the 
natives in medicine, for their to- 
nic and cordial qualities. 

"tSo-^o-eTn gorvetstsa,ad/. Tepid, luke- 
warm. .9. Gentle warmth. 

R^esajaSM gorrajamu, s. The name 
of an animal. 

R^&fj&sSw gorradamu, s. Ridicule ; 

mockery, derision. 
T^o gola, s. An ignorant, innocent, 

silly, or foolish female. 2. A loud 

outcry. 
JT 8 !) golf, 9. A marble, or round ball, 

with which boys play. 
r^sSm golemu, ,9. An earthen vessel 

for water. 
KStf&a golamu, s. A globe, ball, or 

any thing round, or globular. 2. 



A hoi 



e. 



IT^-Gauli 



176 



^Sr»o"?6-Graliintsu 



JT^b-Sbgolintsu, v. a. To fry. 

K^-s^ti govalu, s. A young man. 

fr"*$ govu, s. A cow. K*ir°vo&> go- 
paludu, A cowherd. 2. A name of 
Krishna. 

TTl\ goshthi, 6-. An assembly, or 
meeting. 2. Conversation, dis- 
course. 

K*3oK-5r>o&) gosangivandlu, s.plu.A. 
caste of the Chundalas or Chuc- 
klers, viz. The shoemakers, or tan- 
ners. 

J^-^roQxr^ew gosayilu, s.plu. A parti- 
cular class of religious persons, 
called Gosawyees, who' never mar- 
ry, and whose profession is traffic ; 
the profits of which go to their 
Guru, called a Mahant. 

T°tf$S*> gauramu, adj. Pale-red. 2. 
White. 3. Yellow, s. These colours 
respectively. 

TPtfsSsSw gauravamu, s. Reputation, 
respectability. 2. Importance, con- 
sequence, weight. 3. Esteem, re- 
gard. 4. Distinction. ' 

"7r°tf> gauru, s. An elephant. 

lC v e>-sr>&) gaulavadu, s. vide XsSbCf 
■znth gamallavaclu. 

TC*? gauli, s. A lizard. 



6 

K o$rs5a> granthamu, s. A book, work, 
or composition, in prose or verse. 
2. The peculiar alphabet in which 
the Sanskrit language is written 
in the Tamil country. 3. Thirty - 
two letters, or syllables. Xo^S" 
e£s- granthakarta, An author. 

K^ij-Xod grakkadalu, v. n. To be 

" much moved, or shaken. 

^ %-*-&§*> ^s$^ grakkuna- 
graddana, grammuna, adv. Speedi- 
ly, hastily, quickly, immediately. 

,X\ £sS*> grastamu, adj. Inarticulate- 
ly pronounced; slurred; uttered 
with the omission of a letter, or 
syllable. 2. Eaten. 

X s£»as&» grahanamu, s. Taking, sei- 
zure. 2. Reception, acceptance. 3- 
An eclipse of the sun or moon. 4. 
Comprehension, the taking or re- 
ceiving of instruction. 

^sfr>sfeo grahamu, s. A planet. 2. A 
name of Rahu or the ascending 
node.' 3. An evil spirit. ^sMfr 
grahapati, lit. The lord of the 
planets. The sun. ^t^^titi*) 



grahacharamu, s? The motion of 
the planets. 2. Destiny, fate. 
( §r*oi5b grahintsu, v. a. To seize 
or take. 2. To receive, or accept. 

3. To comprehend or understand. 

4. To learn. 



&% 



.Grutstsu 



177 



Jjb^jdx-Ghanamu 



. -7v« sdbsSao gramamu, s. A village. 
{ j^j^>foo^r»i6x> gramasimhamu, s. 
lit. The lion of a village. A do2\ 

ii^jS&vo&sSto gramantamu, s. The 
suburbs of a village, in which 
outcastes dwell. t^> 5ko$5w gramya- 
mu, adj. Produced in a village. 
-7r> skbsSMew gramyamulu, s. plu. 
Fowls, &c. 

. -7r°.tf*x» grasamu, s. A mouthful, or 
a quantity equivalent to a mouth- 
ful. 2. Subsistence ; forage for 
cattle. 

6 

A .&. s5x> grishmamu, s . Heat, warmth. 
2. The hot season, comprizing the 
months of ^cs5Ls5w jyeshthamu, 
And t3^c°<^si» ashadhamu, vide. 
2a»&>$ rituvu. adj. Hot, warm. 

^T^oSo grunkuj s. The act of drown- 
ing. 2. Immersion. 3. Sun-set. v. n. 
To sink. 2. To droAvn. 3. To set. 

<Ko,Sfr- grukka, s. vide ^r^_. ^ 
S'k-jT'ao gukka, gmkkagonu, p. «. 
To swallow or devour. 

^^ grutstsu, v. a. vide Xb^by.^ 
^^©o-sfo gntstsu-gruchchikau- 
gilintsu, To embrace closely. 



(jfij^ greni, 5. Ridicule, mockery, de- 
rision. 

<^/^ grotstsu* v. a. To dig. 
,J^^oiSbgroppmtsu, v. Caus. To 



cause to dig. 



cjCO 



& gha, The nineteenth letter, and 

fourth consonant in the Telugu 
alphabet. 

&okz ghanta, s. veWeXofe? ganta, No. 

1. And 2. 

cpoo&>s5w ghantamn, s. vide Xo£os5aj 

gantamu. . 
^ofeosSw ghatamu, s. A large earthen 

water jar. 2. The body. 
cpofeSo^, ^feSoooo-vSb ghatintsu, ghati- 

yintsu, v. n . To occur, to happen. 

2. To be obtained, vl a. T© ac- 
complish. 

^ofeSoo ghatillu, 0. n. vide ^43o-t& 
ghatintsu, In its neuter sense. 

«j»6otf ghattana, s. Going, moving. 2. 
Covering. 

^otfsSw ghanamu, s. Honor. 2. A 
cymbal, bell, or gong. 3. A mode 
of dancing, neither quick nor slow. 
4. A cloud. 5. Extension, diffusion. 
6. Hardness, solidity, matter sub- 
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178 



■£To & tf -Tsai idxira 



stance, adj. Honorable, noble, 
great, important. 2. Material, solid. 
3. Qoarse. 4. Hard, firm. 5. For- 
tunate, auspicious. 6. Permanent, 
eternal. 

<(»tfe£ ghanata, s. Greatness, glory,' 
nobility. 

#nkx> ghatu, adj. Strong. < 

^^"sSao ghatama, s. Killing, murder- 
ing, slaughter. 2. A blow, or 
stroke. S, A square reservoir for 
water. 

j-Sroe&g'oSM ghatukamu, adj. Mischiev- 
ous, hurtful. 2. Cruel, savage, vio- 
lent, ferocious. 

^ro»s5» ghasamu, s. Grass. 

1pn>^ ghosha, s. A noise, or sound. 
"^xr*S\Qift ghoshintsu, v. n. To 
make a great noise. 

*^resl&5cw ghoshamx^ s. A station of 
herdsmen. 

# n, This is the twentieth letter, 
and fifth consonant in the Telosru 
alphabet ; but no word in the 
language commences with it. 



t -cS 

if cha, The twenty-first letter, and 

sixth consonant in the Telugu al- 
' phabet. 

■SoS" tsanka, s. The armpit. 

iSoTfo^ tsanguna, adv. Quickly, soon. 

-tfotfasSw chanchalamu, adj. Fickle, 
trembling, shaking, moving, incon- 
siderate, inconstant, unsteady, un- 
stable. 

-Efo'cr , ew2& chandaludu, s. An oat- 
caste, a chandala, a man of the low- 
est caste of the mixed tribes, born 
from a Sudra father, and brahman 
mother ; a scavenger. 

-Cotftf s&to chandanamu, s. Sandal, Si- 
rium myrtifolium ; it implies ei- 
ther the tree, the wood, or the unc- 
tuous preparations of the wood, 
held in high estimation as perfum- 
es. 

-£'o&'s£r'S& tsandamama, 5. The moon. 

2. The name of a part cut from 
the centre of the sprout, first is- 
suing from the palmyra nut, which 
the natives eat. 

•tfocSsfoo tsandamu." s. Manner, way- 
% State, condition. 

-fcS'o'sr' tsanda? s. Subscription. 

-tfo-sr>"^d36o tsandaveyu. v. a. To sub- 
scribe. 

■tfo&tfs&o tsanduramu, s. p£<fe§boSbsfc 
kunkuma. 



W^-Tsakka 179 

ifocc^» tsanduva, s. The cloth which 
forms the under ceiling of a room- 

tfo^^tfo^sfcaek chandrudu,chan 
dramudu, s. The moon. -Cost's; 
chandras'ala, An upper house, an 
apartment on the house top. 2. 
Moonlight. 

-tfojg) tsampu, v. a. To kill, murder, 
or slay. It is the causal of "ff-t&x 
tsatstsu. q. v. 

^Soho^ tsampintsu, v. cans. To 
cause to kill, &c. 

tSXk- tsakka, part. This word, in 
composition, is prefixed to many- 
others; and, by the addition of » 
ni, becomes an adjective ; or, by 
the addition of tp ga, An adverb. 
As a particle prefixed to other 
words, it generally denotes, 
straightness, good order or condi- 
tion, propriety, improvement, a- 
mendment, repair, correction, re- 
storing to a good state, as -SS^- 
&*<& tsakkabovu, To go straight 
away ; to go away suddenly. ■& 
§k_l£cQ6:> tsakkajeyu, To amend, 
repair, reform, correct, cure, or ar- 
range. % To do well. As an adjec- 
tive, it becomes i5%^_s> tsakkani, 
And then denotes. Straight. 2. 
Good, proper. 3. Handsome, 
beaut iful. 



**T3T\ ^-Tsatstsauka 



■XZlj-ti tsakkana, s. Beauty. 2. Pro- 
priety, adv. Well. 

•C s^y-fa) tsakkadu, v. a. To kill. 

■cri^. tsakki, 5. A side, a part. 

'$%l r .v&» tsakkilamu, s. A sort of 
cake. 

tfi^Sfco^* -CTi^S^e) tsakkiliginta, 
tsakkiligili, s. Tickling. •tf^Sfto 
^"^&»tsakkiligintapettu,To tickle. 

t5"I/_ tsakki, s. A small bedstead. 

tfi/ J _3o-3'-Er>tf tsakkipantsadara, 5. 
Refined sugar. 

-S'&k- tsakku, s. Six. It is generally 
used in counting at games. •S'gbj 
3X2* tsakkupagada, s. Seven. 

■K^/j-ti tsakkera, s. Sugar. 

-C^sSm chakramu, s. A ruddy or 
Brahmany goose. Anas casarca. 2. 
A realm, or region. 3. A multitude, 
a heap. 4. A wheel. 5. A potter's 
wheel. 6. An oil mill. 7. A dis- 
cus, or sharp circular missile wea- 
pon. 8. A whirlpool.. 9. A prov- 
ince^ a number of villages. 

x$K&i tsagadu, s. Puller's earth. 

■Cokv tsatstsu, v. n. To die, or ex- 
pire. ^ 

■C-ikx&oyogb tsatstsudivandlu,5.^/?'. 
A caste of scavengers. 

^^°\ % b5n foatstsaukamn ,adj. Square. 



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180 



•tfaJTsaddi 



tf& tsatta, s. A' small sack. 2. The 
outside of the thigh. 3. A jacket, 
or coat. 

-tf&cS tsattana, adv. Hastily, quickly. 

■tfte&o tsattamu,*. A regulation, rule, 
or law. 2- A plan, a system. 

>%& tsatti, s. An earthen pot, with 
a broad mouth. 

«• too tsattu, s. A mountain. 

-^fe>3^ex> tsattuvalu, s* nlu. Wings.' 

•2S". 6x°.o8o tsatrayi, & A black stone. 

-£>8§e;2o&> tsatikilabadu, v. -n. To fall 
down, from fatigue, or weakness, 

-tf&>tfoX»e>afoo chaturangabalamu, s. 
The four kinds of Indian troops, 
composing an army; viz. Infantry, 
cavalry, elephants, and Avar cha- 
riots. 

•tf.«$otfoX<6*> chaturangarau, s. Chess. 

•tf&DtfsSao chaturamu, adj. Dexterous; 
clever. 

-xS'tftfoXsko tsadarangamu, s. A chess 
board. 2. Chess. -o-2*> radzu, The 
king. s6o.9. mantri, The queen. 
'oj^bX enuga, The castle. tfgtM sa- 
katu, The bishop. TtesSw gurrra- 
mu, The knight, » ^, bantu, The 
paWiH. 

Sf&tfidcxj tsadaramu, «o[/. Square. 2. 
Level, even. 



tftftfsSMex) tsadaramulu, 5. <plu. The 
beams of the roof, supported by 
the §odbo23°ew knrundzulu, q. v. 

-S"#?5b tsadaru. 5, An assembly. 2. 
The court of a princp. 

■C&eo tsadalu, s. The sky. -J3"aex)^^?) 
£*xx> tsadalumanikamu, The sun. 

-■tf"a§e^2& tsadikilabadu, v. n. To fall 
down, from debility. 

•tfactfo tsadiya, v. n. To be bruised 
to death. 2. To be reduced to a 
palpable powder. 

-Caao-db tsadivintsu, 0. The causal 
of i5'«>^) tsaduvu, q. v. 2. An ac- 
tive verb, denoting to give hono- 
rary presents during any festival, 

-srasos^ex) tsadivimpulu, s. phi. The 
act of giving such presents- 

-tf&sfc tsadunu, s. Evenness ; level- 
ness. adj. Even, level. •Cabso'^crtM 
tsadunucheyu, To level. 

-tftfbsg) tsadupu, v. a. To kill. 

•iSao$) tsaduvu, v. a. To read. 2. To 
study, s. Learning. 

■tfas>o-&> tsadivintsU, v. Causal. To 
cause to read or study. 2. To teach. 
-Ccfo^r*^ tsadavukonu, v. Comp. 
To learn. 

tfa tsaddi, s. Rice cooked at night, 
and not eaten until next day. 



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181 



^3& "eT"^— Chamatka 



<£& tsanu, v. n. To go, to depart. 2. 

To pass. 3. To advance in age. 4. 

To be fit, or deserving, 
-s'iosrsjg) tsanipova» v, n. To die. ■&& 

•3o3b tsanudentsu, ». ?,. To come; 

to arrive. 

-:s"£b tsanu, s. oide -3"^ tsannu.. 

-tf;&3 tsaniipa, s. A body of travel- 
lers. 

~S&&> tsanuyu, s. Amity, friendship. 

2. Favor. 3. familiarity, freedom. 

•3"Su $> tsannlllu, s. Cold water, as 
opposed to hot. 

-S'sfcx tsannu, s. Making in the in- 
flex. Sing. -€5"ofe3 tsanti, And in the 
nom. plu. tfogotsandlu, The nip- 
ple, pap, or teat. 2. The breast 
of a man or woman. ■S'pSoS'&o tsa- 
nukattu, The breast of any female, 
either of the human or animal spe- 
cies. -^s5os6cw§b^_., -S^-Sootf tsanu- 
mukkti, tsanumona, The point or 
nipple of the breast. -Cabx Tfosk-aa 
tsannugudutsu,Tosuck the breast. 
-3*ofe5S>« tsantipilla, An infant at 

CO • L 

the breast. 

■tfsSysSoo chapalamu, adj. TrembliDg, 
fickle, tremulous, wavering, un- 
steady. 2. Quick, swift, expediti- 
ous. 3. Momentary, instantane- 
ous. 4- Agitated, violently over- 
come with alarm, &c. s. Quick- 

* silver, mercury. 2. Perplexity. 



xf^j, -3*23} ?> tsappa, tsappani, adj. In- 
sipid. •5*^-7^ tsappaga, adv. Insi- 
pidly. iSX^zuk tsappabadu, To be 
in a state of inactivity. 

-s^a^sfe^ -sT^tf tsappadanamu, tsa- 
ppana, ,?. Insipidity. 

•3"^ J* 3 tsappatlu, s. plu. The clap- 
ping, of the hands. tfx.k^TCtos 
tsappatlugottu, To clap the hands. 

tfs^tfsfca tsapparamu, s. A thatched 
roof, a shed. 2. A covered seat in 
which an idol is carried about. 

-3"s$x8o-3b tsapparintsu, v. a. To 
smack, to suck with a noise. 

-3^ex> tsappalu, s. plu. The outer 
part of the thigh. 

-3"^ tsappa, s. A mark, or impres- 
sion, as from stamping, or prin- 
ting. 

•ST&jS tsappidi, s. A noise, adj. Void 
of any salt taste. tfl^gsSwSb^ 
tsappidimukkn, A flat nose. 

■3"3sy& tsappudu, s. Noise, sound. 
-CsSo^o^aak tsappuducheyu, To 
make a noise. 

-sfwoSotsabuku, s. A whip. 

-3* 56b "eT° {j-tisSx* chamatkaramu, s- A- 
stonishment, surprize. 2. dexteri- 
ty. 3. Eloquence, wit. 4. Any 
thing curious, ingenious, or ex- 
traordinarv- 



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182 



$5*e>3p-Tsalav& 



■SjTjAwbb tsamuru, v. a. To rub, or bes- 
mear, s. Clarified butter. 2. Oil, 
<fcc. 

■uo&etf tsayyana, acfo. Quickly, 
speedily, soon. 

WraxsSo charanamu, 5. The foot. 2. 
The root of a tree. 3. Wandering, 
roaming, going round, or about. 

§b tsari, s. Paste. -XQ^pj&o tsarivii- 

yu, To paste. 
■x5d3— -Ca^, -tfe^ y6*> charita-chari- 

tra, chuitramu, s. A fixed insti- 
tute, a peculiar observance. 2. 
Good conduct. 3. A history, chro- 
nicle, or tale. 

•i^dbnbdo tsarugudu, s. A bundle of 

Jonnalu straw, drawn by two bul- 
locks. 

v5'f5bs5c» tsarumu, i\ a. vide -cs*s53ot5b 
tsamuru. 

■tf&jg) charuvu, s. An oblation, chie- 
fly of milk and butter, with fire, 
to the gods or manes. 

•Sftf^sSoa charmamu, s. The skin. 2. A 
hide. 3. The bark of a tree. 

tftf? charya, s. Perseverance in re- 
ligious austerities ; due and regu- 
lar observance of all rites, or cus- 
toms. 2. Conduct. 3. Action. atf-tftf? 

& 

dinacharya, A diary. 
XeSo&oo tsarriyalu, s. plu. Fiat spots 
of ground, under the tops of 
jni ,untaiiis..2. Cracks in the ground, 



#««•& tsarrutsu, v. a. To beat. 2. 
To clap with the open hand, x&a 
•& tsarrutsu, A clap with the 
open hand. 

•tfesoewtsarrulu, s. pla. vide -CeJori^yo 
tsarriyalu, No. 1. 

-tf<ys$w tsalamtf, s. Malice. 2. Obsti- 
nacy. 3. Firmness. tfysSwc^aoSfc 
tsalamusadhintsu, To affirm, or 
deny, obstinately. -iSo&kx> tsala- 
pattu, To be firmly resolved. 

•tf<y3-a tsalapadi, s. An obstinate 
person. 

-tfe;Kk> chalamu, adj. Trembling, 
tremulous, unfixed, or unsteady. 

■SfSoik chalintsu, v. n. To shake, or 
move. 2. To hesitate. 

■S^ss tsala va, s. Cold. 2. Any thing 
of a cooling or refreshing nature. 
3. Bleaching, adj. -Cold. 2. Cool- 
ing. 3. Bleached, white, ^^sstSoqo 
tsalavapandili, s. A canopy sup- 
ported by pillars, raised in the 
high road, and decorated with 
flowers. &c., as a place for the 
honorary reception of an idol. -& v 
tfex)Xa5*> tsala valagammu,fo7. Colds 
to cover. To be deadly cold • to 
be in the extremities of death. 

^wspa tsalavadi, s. A person who» 
among the Sudra caste, goes from 
house to house, to give informa- 
tion of -aiiy death. 



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183 



-tfa^.Tsaviti 



-CS tsali, s. Cold. o$. Cold. ■s'Ss^ 
tfsfoo tsaltjwaramu. Ague. 

-ETSX&jg) tsaligaruvUjS.Soil of a sandy 
surface, with black earth under- 
neath. 

■X&£)£) tsalichima, s. A sort of ant. 

-ffStfsSw chalitamu, adj. Shaking, 
trembling. 2. Gone, departed. 

•S'Sa tsalidi, s. vide era tsaddi. 

-^I)£»S tsalimidi, s. The flour of raw 
rice, mixed with milk, or water 
and' jaggory, and used in offerings 
to the deity. 

•S'SSoBtsalimiri, adj. Cold. 2. Damp, 

wet. 
■STD 0000-^5 chaliyintsu, v. n. vide & 

Do-*5b chalintsu, Under, tfv&n 

chalamu; 
•tfSsr-jg) tsali vSpu, «?. To sooth, to 

console, to encourage. 
•Efewss tsaluva, s. vide •%■&$ tsalava. 
•ff© tsaldi, s. vide tfDa tsalidi. 

a 

•S54) tsalla, $• Butter-milk. 

"^> *%,& tsalla, tsallani, adj. Cold ; 
cool. -2fe> fts^tf tsallanidora, Zztf. A 
cold gentleman. This is a term of 
great praise, and expressive of 
entire satisfaction, applied by the 
people to any popular ruler. 

^ott»^ tsallaradu, s. The post 
round which the string passes, 
which works the churning stick. 



tfLr>&t&z tsalladamu* s. Drawers ox 
breeches, which reach as far as 
the middle of the thigh. 

■Cer'eaa tsallarru, v. n. To g-row 

,v-> ( ». » O 

cool, or calm. g. To be allayed, 
restrained, or pacified. 3. To be 
extinguished. xTsr^&a^ tsallarrtsu, 
v. a. To cool, or calm. 2. To allay, 
restrain,or pacify. 3. To extinguish. 

-Coo tsallu, v. a. To throw awav, 

CO ' 

pour out, or sprinkle. 2.To water- 
3. To sow. 

x5"exr*tf> tsalkikonu, v. Comp. To 
sprinkle upon one's-self, or upon 
another.' 2. To sow for one's own 
benefit. 

■ST 352&J tfjgj^ tsavadu, tsavudu, s. 
Making in the inflex. Sing. -CsstS, 
-STs^feS tsavati, tsavut.i, Fuller's 
earth. ■s'sSfeScx&tfv tsavatiyUppu, s. 
Earth salt. 

tSsSv&h tsavalamu, s. The fraction of 



*V« or 



J. of a pagoda. 



•3*8 tsavi, s. Taste. 

■CS"? tsavike/s. A square shed. 2. 
A single square room, separate 
from the house. 

-CS8 tsavi ti, s. vide ■&$& tsavuti, 
2. The relationship of a man's two 
wives to each other. •zs"a8#'g) tsa- 
vititalli, s. A step-mother. 



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184 



^ePjtf&.Tsatanu 



-T5*©*3 tsavile, s. Four dubs, or coins, 
of the value of twenty cash each. 

C$ tsavu, s. A chow ; the weight 
by which pearls are estimated. 

•C^ tsavuka, adj. Cheap. 

Cj^sSw tsavukainu, adj. Square. 5. 
A square. 

Cjg>&S>o-i5b tsavukalintsu, v. n. To 
leap, or run, like the antelope. 

■C$8 tsavuti, s. The fourth lunar 
day, from the new, or full moon. 

tSsSotp tsavvaga", adv. Insipidly. 

C&o£> ckakshuvu, s. The eye. -C&? 
S^tfsfco chakshussravamu, s. A 
snake; because his eyes are deem- 
ed to be his ears also. 

%r>oa& chandini, s. vide Coafc*r> 
tsanduva. 

T^^bb chakaru, s. A servant. 

Tj*§'e)ar>^b tsakalavadti, s. A washer- 
man. This caste is traced to the 
offspring of a female weaver, by 
a gold-smith. 1 

Tj°gW, o5^re>a tsakalata, tsakaladi, 
s. A female of this caste. 

nj°§ tsaki. adj. Of or belonging to 

this caste. ly^WcS tsakibana,. .9. 

A washerman's pot. 2, The name 
of a bird, 



tT*§6 chakiri, s. Service. 

nj^gb chaku, s. A pen- knife. 

lyXis^Zso tsagakadu, s. Kubera, the 
god of riches. 2. A generous man. 

^Xtfb^ tsagadubbu, s. A sort of 
creeper> Sanseviera zeylanica. 

tP'Ks&o tsagamu, s. Liberality, gene- 
rosity. 

tJ^-S) tsachi, s. The nipple. 

u°£)"^e£ tsachi veta, s. Procrastina- 
tion, delay. 

tT*-^ tsatsu, v. a. To stretch. 

^yfeSotfb tsatintsu, v. a. To proclaim $ 
to publish by beat of drum. ^ 
&ot& tsatimpu, 5. Proclamation. 

^yofc» tsatu, s. Sheltgr, covering. 2. 
A screen, or shade ; any thing con- 
cealing another, adj. Secret, hid- 
den, v. a. To proclaim. 

^r>fc»;$ chaiuvu, s. Pleasing, or grate- 
ful discourse. 

13- & tsadi, s. An accusation. 2. 
Slander. if>&~&f>&, iJ°&K % toa tsa- 
dfkoru, tsadfgottu,s. A tale-bearer. 

W&>%)> "=&*&£ tsadupu, tsadpu, s. A 
way or manner. 2- Similitude. 

Ty°«r°(C5oex> tsatanulu, s. A caste of 
Siidras, who worship Vishnu ex- 
clusively, and whose profession i*s 
to sell flowers. 



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185 



nr°£)0-Tsalu 



-&*&& chaturi, s< vide ^SktfesSw 
chaturyamu. 

^y^o^eoS^ chaturyamu, s. Eloquence, 
2. Dexterity, address. 3. Ability, 
cleverness. 

^sfctfoncs-afoa chaturvarnyanru, s. 
The four original castes, viz. Bram- 
han, Chatriya, v^asya, and Sudra. 

ij^zs tSi&» chadastamu, s. Entire ig- 
norance of the world, simplicity. 

Tj«e5b tsadu, v. a. To bruise any small 
substance, with the fingers. 

is* & tsadu, s. The black ashes of 
burnt rice, &c, with which Hin- 
doo females, or children, mark 
their foreheads with a spot. 

u^tf tsana, s. A woman. 

tJ^sS tsapa, s. A mat- •sr»&!S*$ vada- 
tsapa, The sail of a ship. 

^s5s$*> chapamu, s. A bow. 

t3"°oS-o-*c»o tsaparayi, s. A large fiat 
stone. 

■^T'ssew tsapalu, s. plu. Intricacies. 

^•£e;c<6M chipalyamu, s. Fickleness. 

^"^ tsapu, s. Length, extent. 2. A 
long cloth, containing two or more 
garments, v. a. vide ^r>& tsatsu. 

^r°a$j tsama, s. A kind of boat. 2. A 
woman. 

^e&^T^oss tsainanatsaya, s, Black, 
dark blue. 



tT°^5's$» chamaramu, s. A fly brush, 

or chowri, composed of the tail of 
the bos-grunniens. 

"=£"°s56£)o tsamalitj s. plu. The grain 
called millet. Panicum miliaceum. 

^cas tsaya, s. A shadow, or shade. 
2. Colour, paint. 3. A side. 

■^jftsr ^ charujama, s. A pad, used 
as a saddle. 

^es, ^y°&S"l tsarra, tsarrike, 5. A 
line. £• A spot. ^r> visas' ska tsa- 
rralamekamu,s. The tiger; because 
it is spotted. 

^zsgots tsarrakanda, 5. An esculent 
and medical root, described* as 
sweet, cooling, and diuretic. 

■^eeoSsta tsarrapappu,s.A sort of arid 
pulse. 

■^r>e>$ chalani, s. A sieve, or strainer. 

"^er tsala, adv. Much. 

Ty°S o-db tsalintsu, v. a. To cease. 2. 
To leave, or quit. 3. To postpone* 
4. To adjourn. ^pSonftr 1 ^ tsalin- 
tsukonu, v. Com p. To resign, to 
give up. 

^j°ew tsalu, 5. A line, or row ; a fur- 
row, v. n. To suffice. 2. To be 
able. 3. To be sufficient. The af- 
firmative and negative aorists of 
this verb are added to other in- 
finitives, as auxiliaries, to denote 
U 



-ao&-Chindu 



the possession or Want of power 
and ability. I can, &c. I cannot, 
&c. 

tJ*sS& tsavadi, s. A hall; a choultryy 

or caravansary. 
^<g> tsavu, s. Death, demise; 

•£)o-&> enintSu, v. a, To tear or rend. 

•ao-uvb^sb chintsukonu, v. Gomp. 

To retrea't. 2. To tear any thing 
belonging to one's- self. 

•g)oe£ chinta, s. Reflection, thought, 

consideration. 2. Recollection. 3. 
Grief, sorrow. 

•©o&biSb chintinteiiy p d a. To reflect 
or consider, v. n. To grieve. 

■©o&ex), ^oStX) cbintilu, ehintillu, v. 
n. To grieve, or to be' afflicted. 

■E)oe£ chinta, s. The tamarind tree. 
adj. Of or belonging to the tama- 
rind. 

^)oSsSm chindamrM. A shell, a coneh. 

-fDo&ff chindara, & , A fragment, a 
piece. 2. Illness, bad health. 3. 
Ugliness, dislike, adj. Ugly. -syccS 

tig o 8 tfex> iv dilndaravandaralrigaV 
adv. At random, in confusion. -&o 
K tf as o s ff ^ co6o ch indar avandar achie- 
yu, To spoil ; to cut into pieces.- 
•IDozfc chindn, s. A dance. 2. A drop. 
0. n, To be spilled, -ao^^osjw chin 



tM &!%_:.Chikku 

daboyu, To spill. ^c&to^t>,&^ 
chinduludrokkn, To dance. 

•©o$ chimpu, p.' #. To tear, or ren'dy 
vide -syo-ifo chintsu. 

■Oo h ehimpi, s. A rent, or tear. 

4y%$£ chikitsa, $. The' practice' Of 
medicine ; healing, curing, admi- 
nistering, or applying remedies 1 . 

-S)l^§o^b ehikitsaktidu, 6\ A phy- 
sician, a snmeon. 

-S)§So-& chikilintsu, v, n. To neigh. 
■©SDo^) chikilimpn, Weighing. 

■5)iDi5cro^) chikilitsiipu, s. A piercing 
or severe look. 2. An nnsteady, 
or occasional glance. 

sylf) chikili, 5. The grinding of 
knives, &c. or cleaning of arms. 
■& §£) K& chikiligar, A knife-grinder, 

polisher, armourer. 

•©i'^-ckw chikkantu, s. A species of 
comb, with three or four teeth. 

^ij-S cbikkani, adj. Thick, -o^s 
tfsSx>, ^it^tS ehikkadanamu, chik- 
k&na, si Thickness. 

^(j-^^b c'hikkabadu, s. To' be en- 
tangled, or ensnared. 

ftS'k-.sfo) chikkamu, s. A bag of net- 
work; a net work to muzzle beasts. 

^Sfyy- ehikku, s. Entanglement, per- 
plexity, intricacy, confusion. 2. 
difficulty, distress, trouble, adj. 






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-S&os&j.ChiUamu 



Entangled. 2. Difficult. 3. Trouble- 
some, v. n. To be ensnared, g. To 
be seized, or apprehended. 3. To 
be found. 4. To remain. 5, To 
grow thin, or lean.. Ǥb( r .e>'Sg? 
chikkulabettu, To involve in dif- 
ficulties. -S)^b^_§oo63.chikkutiyn,To 
disentangle. -©go^-TPjftoe^) chik- 
kuganundu, To be troublesome. 

~ < ®&] J JZ r> & ehikkukonu, v. Comp. To 
be seized, apprehended, caugbt,or 
ensnared. 

-S)&k_--eJ^s5oo chikkutalamu,*?,, A pad- 
lock -, a staple,. 

©^^o chikjkola, s, vide W^-cta?. 
chifck.aij.tii. 

-&?&& chiguru, s. A sprout, or shoot. 
2. The gums. 3. The tender part 
of the flesh under the nail. adj. 
Young, tender, delicate. 

3Dft3o-&>, -OA-iSbs- cfcigirintsu, chigir- 
tsn, v. n. To sprout, or bud. 

-S-tfbv chjtstsu, s. The fire, -ft^w cbi 
tstsarra, adj f Fiery, ©x^aagw clii- 
tstsubudlu, $. flu. A kind of 
rocket. 

£)&>-£&, ■$>.&>&*& chifachita, ehitapo- 
ta, s. A noise of burning. -u)feo-£k>sk 
sw chitachitamanu, To look sulky. 

$fc3§tf^e»chitikinavrelu>s. The little 
finger, or toe. 



-S)fe5""§ chitike, s. A snap of the fingers, 
2. burning the body with a piece 
of hot turmerick, xfec-, in order to 
cure particular diseases. It is spe- 
cially applied to children. 

■£)^er°^s6M chititalamu, s. A small 
cymbal, made of bell metal. 

®&&x>-&°ysx) cfritimutyalu, &. plw. A 
kind of grain? so called. 

■£)&»§b) -S)k»§o&*&o§b chuHiku, cliitu- 
kupotuku, s; The noise made by 
the fall of drops of water from 
jbrees, &q. 

£)fcSf s$w chittakamu, 5. Trick, deceit. 

-©Ig-^sstf chittachivara, s. The extre- 
mity, or utmost point. 

■©feoSa ehittadivi, s. An impenetrable 
wood. 

■a&r°i6»tftf» ehifctamudamu.s. Castor 
oil. 

•S^S chitti, adj. Little, young, s. A 
certain measure, the fourth part 
of a &-% sola. 2. A small high ves* 
i sel, made of brass or copper. 
i £)439 chittu, s. Coarse bran. 
i -Dfc>o2&gbS>&) chittudukunillu,s. Water 
taken out from that in which rice 
is boiled, just as it begins to sim- 
j mer. 
1 g)&>55w chittamu, s, The rust of iron* 



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-Si^olo-CLinukii 



0*^300 chittelu, s> plu. Coloured bord- 
er •• - 1 
ers, about three or four inches in 

length, at the ends of a cloth. 2. 

Pictures. 3. Projects 4. Invention. 

5. Conspiracies, 

•Oka chitlu, v. n* To split ; to crack. 

•©-$-<» chiththa, s- A rough daily ac- 
count particulars, a daybook. 

.©&§> chidipi, adj. Small, little. 

•ft&ss^cl chidirnudi, s. Trouble, confu- 
sion. 2. Vexation, anger. 

$)&'&>&, chidugudu, s. A ring-worm. 

2. A kind of play among young 
people. 

•O^osSso chidumu, s. The itch. 

^)e^6gb chitaliku, s. Invention. 2, 
Insinuation. 

-©$&>& chituku, v. n. To burst, as a 
ripe fruit, or a sore. 

■© ^ chitta, 5. The fourteenth of the 
lunar mansions. 

■o £<§> chittadi, a^/\ Cloudy. 2. Kainy . 
s. Rain. 

.© &s5oa chittamu, 5, The mind, pr fa- 
culty of reasoning. 2. The heart, 
considered as the seat of intellect. 

3. Inclination. 4. Will, pleasure. 
<& &fto-s$b chittagintsu, t'. a. To keep 

or retain in mind. 2. To listen, or 
attend to. 3. To peruse, sxro-a j£s5w 
michittamu, lit. Your pleasure. 



-S) e£&£i chittaruvu, s. A picture, 
painting, or drawing. -&_&&$ sSk> 
s5x> chittaruvupatamu, The canvas, 
or paper, of a picture. 

■© ##v © chittavritti, 5. Disposition. 

■©^ chittu, 5. A foul draft, or copy. 
2. A blot, or erasure. 

•©^sSw chitramu, s. Wonder, surp- 
rise, astonishment. 2. Painting, 
delineation, writing, &c. 3. A pic- 
ture, variegated colour, adj. 
Wonderful, surprising. 2. Varie- 
gated, spotted, speckled. 

■S).^ .~3-°&&> chitrakarudu, 5. A pain- 
ter. 

^^sSmSo^ chidakamukku, s. A flat 
nose. 

-©tfJT'&ex) chidagodalu, 5. plu. Do- 
mestic quarrels. 

-&25b§b chiduku, v. n. vide -g) &> go chi- 
tuku. 

-a ab'Tfo w chidugulu, 5. #fe Small 
sticks. 

■pab^) chidupu, p. a» To squeeze a 
fruit, or a sore. 2. To kill, or mur- 
der. 

-©&>s5m chidumu? v. a. vide ©26^) chi- 
dupu, No. 1. 

•SJafetf, -^tf>&>3 chiclura, chidtirupa, s. 
A piece, bit, fragment, or atom. 

-£)3o3b chinuku, s, A drop of rain. v.. 
n. To rain. 



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£&&$> chinugu, v. n. To he torn, or 
rent* s. A rent, or tear. 

5)^n chinnaj adj. Small, little, short. 
2- Young, 3. Mean, trifling. 4. Nar- 
row. 5. Disgraceful.' -©^-g^&chi- 
nnakaru, Childhood, youth. 

■£)tf\ &$&>* chinnatananiu,^. Infancy. 

2. Littleness, smallness. 3. Dis- 
grace, dishonor. 

■fttf^fi chinnadi, s. A girl, ^tf^-^tio 
chinnavadu, A boy. 

-£)^n ^oi5b\ chinnabutstsu, v. a. To 
disgrace. ©sr^y*jg chinnabovu, 
To be disgraced. sfo^sSoo©^^^ 
§^^0 mukhaaiuchinnajesukonu, To 
be disgusted, or ashamed. 

^^A3 chinnailiu, s. A weight, equal 
to oiiQ eighth part of the coin ter- 
med a pagoda. 

-©SK cs55, -£15^ ckinniya, chinne, 5. A 
token, mark, or sign. £. A scar. 

3. Affectation. ■©"^wcS chiuneladi, 
5. A coquette. Ql$\zn>;h chinnela- 
du, A fop. 

•£)#s chippa, x. A shell. s5x>l|$-©s^ 
muttepuchippa, The pearl oyster- 
shell. •eT , "^feS^)^ tabetichippa,The 
tortoise shell. -^-s^feS-Os^ mokati- 
chippa, 5. The knee-pan. Ibo"-^ 
css-ftss^, ^"Sx^-asSj tenkayachippa, 
kobberachippa. Half of a broken 



cocoanut, including both the 
pnd.tfre kernel, or the shell only. 
■asS^sfooHsSaa chippamuttemu, An 
artificial pearl. * 

•asS^&oSfeS ehippakunkati, s. A small 
lock of hair, either below or a- 
bove the long lock, left upon the 
crown of the head, by all Hindoo 
men. 

-£)£x7fe§) chippaguddali, s. An axe. 

•OsSx~5>c3^ chippapenaka, s. Either 
side of a shelving roof. 

■asSvskj chippamu, s. A parcel, or 
small bundle. 

•©E^ex) chippilu, v> n. To rise, as joy; 
which is often figuratively repre- 
sented, by Telugu authors, as ris- 
ing, like sap in a tree. 

£)~^ooo chippemu, s. vide -a^sSoo 
chippamu. 

-£)~s»^db chippevadu, 5. A tailor, 
This, caste, among the Hindoos, is 
said to be descended from a female 
c h uokler, b y a b r ahman. 

■©3&k> chimata, 5. A moth. 

■S)5&-*;r°, .©Sfc&r chimata, chimita, s. 

The extracting of the hair on the 

f 3. 2. The instrument used to 

extract it. -£)s$b6;r°&c$ft> chimatadf- 

To pull out the hair from the 
face.. 

£)s$c»t:o chimutu, v, a. To wink. 



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•©sSw^o chimudu, v. n. To overboil. © 
s6ooeso\ chywcjltsu, v. a. To over- 
boil. 

OsSo.tffr^sfeo, ^s^.tf^S chinimana- 

— t5 eo —i 

gottamu, chimmanagovi, s. A syr- 
inge. 

©S»,to chimmita, 5. #icfe -Osfcfc) clii- 
id at a. 

•©»> 9 chimmiri, & Fried sesamum 
seeds, ajad jaggory, pounded to- 
gether, which the Hindoos eat as 
a delicacy. 

S)s5o> chiinmu, v. a. To sweep. 2. 
To sqnirfc or spirt. 

■©ito &a chimmeta, 5. vide $& &> chi- 
mata. 

-S)tfo2§2) chiranjivi, $. A crow- adj. 
Long lived. This is a term of kind- 
ness, implying a blessing of long- 
life, often used by superiors to in- 
feriors, by fathers to children*, or 
by elder to younger brothers. 

®ti& chirata, s. A cudgel. 2. The 
rourid piece of wood at the end of 
a na.tj.ye canoe. In* the plural, this 
word denotes the instrument used 
for the hand torture, vide §£r*.y 
kittikola, Under §4*> kittu. 

: p-orȤb chiraku, $. Anger, wrath. 

$9^ sb chiriveru, s. The chay root, 
which produces a red die. 



Wfbrtb chirugu, 0, rc. $ $; ^d<? -©s&jfo 

chinugu. 
-Q&Kbek chirugudu, $. A species of 

half leprosy, which causes large 

round spots all over the body. 2. 

The ring worm.. 
•Obb^ew^j^o » £)&«£ex>os*& chirutalu- 

grammu, chirutaluyarii, v. n. To 

dazzle. 

■£)fe5-S)&5 chirrachirra, s. Anger. 2. Sul- 
lenness, morose ness. ^Dw-Qfeser'Sib 
chirrachirraladu, To be angry, sul- 
len, or morose. 

&eJ, 5>e» chirri, chirru, ad/j. Little, 
small, short- -£)&<»#;£)<> chirrunav-. 
vii, lit, 4- young laugh. A smile.. 
^)~»<ar»ex>r chirr unaluka,, $. Z#.The 
sm $11 tongue.. The uvula. 

$&$>$ chirruta, ?. A child. #<$. Little, 
small, short. 2. Young. £)«»i£x'o2k, 
■0«»sf^)8 chirrutagandlu, chirruta^ 
puli, 5. Tlje cheeta, or small hunt- 
ing tiger. 

peassSw cl^irrumu, p. «. To burst. 

$ea>"i& chirruyerru, 5. vide -©a^tf 
chiriveru. 

-£),«», -S)e^ chirrra, chirrru, $. Anger 



wrath. 






chirrru mi) rrradu, chirrruburrradu, 
p. w. To be angry, sullen, or mo- 
rose. 



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■Oo tf- Chillara 



0^^*^2fe«x>\ chirrrikuradubbtiys, The' 
root of the Amaranthus ca'mpe- 
stris, used as a remedy in stran- 
guries. 

-OaS* chilaka, s. A parrot. ■©«S'"ar o 9 
chilakatali, 5. A breast ornament, 
in the form of two parrots, adorn- 
ed with precious stones. 

■uXD^te, ■oaS'S ehilakata, chilakada, s- 
A piece of seriiicircular wood,- like 
a ring, at the end of the rope used 
as the girth of the bullock saddle, 
through which the. other end is 
passed, to fasten the saddle. -Dog' 
2s«r»do chilakadatadu , The rope 
used as a girth, as above described. 

-S)o&8o-t$o chilakarintsu, v. a. To 
sprinkle; from. £)ex>& chiluku, q.v. 

£pj£<yr°S§ chilakalakoliki, s. A wo- 
man. 

-£)e>r°k_ceSc chilakkoy3 r a, s. A wooden 
pin, fixed in the v^all, on which 
articles are suspended. 

£>0t> chilipi, 5. A wicked, depraved, 
roguish or impudent person. -£>£)§> 
' &tf^chilipitanamu,s. Depravity, 
roguery, impudence. 

£)Sssxs5m chilivishamu, s. Malice, 

wickedness, adj. Malicious, wick- 
ed, 
^swsr chiluka, s. vide %>v% chilaka. 

•£)e»sr°cc5o chilukakpyya, s. vide £> 

wr^e chilakkoyya. 



^>ex)§o chiluku, s. An arrow. 2. The 
residue or remains. 3. vide- JT°1? ss» 
gollemu, v. a. To churn. 2. To 
sprinkle. 

-fcawsSftewsfrfG chilupachiiupanillu, s- 
Water scattered in spots, here and 
there. 

•aoosix chilumu, s. Yerdigrease. 

-S)e>D55 chiluva, s. A snake. ©ews^S'SK 
otg, chiluvakanniya, s. A female of 
the serpent race, having a hu- 
man face, with the tail of a ser- 
pent. ^ex>sse-*ff chiln vaclora, The 
chief of the serpent race, who has 
a thousand heads. 

S)e>k_ ehilka, s. vide %>ug ehilaka. 

•Sex>k_ chilkti, v. a. & s. vide £e»3o- 
chiluku. 

©ocfeffla, adj. Empty. 2. Trifling, 
useless, -ffie^^^ex) chillachevulu, 
Bored ears, without ear-rings, -©o 
"So So, ■©e^o-tSb chillapenku, chil- 
lapentsu, s. A small piece of a 
broken earthen vessel. -©e^eXgsSaa 
chilladzagadamu, Useless disputes. 

•g)e) ftoss chillagindza, s. The clearing- 
"nut. Strychnos potatorum. 

•Ste tf chillara, adj. Trifling, mean. 2. 
Sundry. s. Odd sums. ^sb^s&sS 
Stf^er°^tfcx»35^1^nakuvadupa 
divarala chillara yivvavalenu, He 
owes me ten and odd pagodas. 



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•fe&ocl-Chfmicli 



■OS chilli, 5. A small hole, in a pot? 

OO ■»- 

paper, &c. 

■OF chiila, s. That of v/hich the end 

divides into two or more from the 
main body ; thus, -£)$" §^0 chilla- 

kola, A whip with several lashes. 
-£)^ -^otf ^) ehillatsandlavu A cow, 
the ends of whose teats branch in- 
to two. 

■©ss tf chivara, s. The end, extremity, 
or point. 

■©^ chivuka, s. A coin of the value 
of a quarter rupee. 

•a ^ §"§>&> chivukapitta, 5. A bat. 

•O^Sb chivuku, 9. ». To be damaged, 
or spoilt. 5. The spoiling or rot- 
ting of goods. 

•O^tfb chivuru, s. vide ©ftbtfo chiguru. 
-©#0 chivva, si "A battle, combat. 
-©^~ chivvu, d. a. To sharpen, make 

round, or polish", with a knife ; to 

mend a pen. 

®q$£ chivvuna, adv. Quickly, 
speedily. 

■©8fr»\ ? -a^^sSoa clrihna, chihnamu, s, 
A mark, spot, or stain. 2. A sign, 
or symbol. K^s-^^jsx> garbha- 
chihnalu, The signs of pregnancy. 

■ft phi interj. Expressive of disgust, 
contempt, or shame. Fie ! &c. 



•©g'feS chikati, 5. Darkness, adj. Dark. 
-©^ 7r°55^chikatigamu,The moon's 
•ascending node, reckoned by the 
Hindoos as the eighth planet. 

£>-&*£>$&> chikakupadui. v. n. To be 

puzzled, or confounded. 
-©§£> ehikili s. A broom. 
-©§0 chiku, s. A blind person, adj. 

Blind, 
■fcfgb chiku, gcZ;. Damaged, spoiled 

by damp, &c v. a. To suck. 25. 

P'&dfe tf £>§b tsavu'ku. 

-©§o&-5r>eoo chikuruvayi, s. A cricket. 
■&^«r»e» chikuvalu, s. Darkness. 
&&> -ftfeS chiti, chiti, >. A note, or 

small letter. 2. Chintz, painted 

cloth. 
J _■©£ chida, s. "A disease ; applied 

either to those of animals, or of 

vegetables. 
I ■©<&> ehidu, s. A bundle of thread, 
' consisting of seven punjums, or 

two hundred and ten ^S^ enike, . 
i q. v. 
J £y$& chidara, s. Abhorrence, loath- 

I ing. 2. Perplexity, distraction of 
j mind. 

&a> chidu, v. a. To blow the nose. 

■©$& chipuru, s. A broom. 

©j& cliima, s. An ant. 

©s^& chimidi, ®. The mucus of the 
nose. 



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•£)sSx> chimu, s. Matter from a sore ; 

pas. 
-£)# chira, s. A female garment. 
&$%&— £)£-&;&, &tf£r*&> chirapitta- 

chirapenu, chirapotu, 5. A white 

louse. 
■&tfs5M chiramu, s. Lead. 2. Bark, 

rind. 3. A cloth made of bark. 
■£>9§- chirika, 5. A moth, a cricket, 
•^ag'oo chirikalu, s. phi. Remnants 

orbits of cloth; tatters. 2. Slices. 
-&5S chfriki, 5. Regard, esteem. -&a§ 

JT'sjs chirikigonu, v. a. To regard. 

or esteem. 
4b& cki'ru, ?;. c. To cut in slices. 2. 

To scratch. 3. To tear with the 

claws or tusks- 4. To hiss like a 

serpent. 
4b"3 chire, s. wtfe ^S chfra. 
-£>£<» chfrru, v. w. To call, to invite. 
hv chila, s. An iron nail ; A wooden 

pin. 
-£><ys6o& chilamanda. 5. The ankle. 
•§)£> chili, s. Acat. 

^>g)"Ssx> chilikel,!!, s. wZe hb^vo chi- 
rikalu. 
■6e» chilu, v. a. To split, or open. 2. 

To part from company. 
-&yo-£b, -u)2w\ chilutsu, chiltsu, v. a. 

To divide, or split. 
■&£>£ o -do ch ilpintsu, t\ (7ews. To cause 

to split. 



•tfboKo^ tsttngudu, s. A trifling or 

small balance, or arrear. 
■tkoTfow tsimgulu, s. plu. The ends 

of a garment. 
n&o-&> tsuntsu, 5. vide ■QsS^&oS'feS chi- 

ppakunkati- 2. The musk rat. 3. 
v A mouse, adj. Young, -& ^o-?t* 

ex>^b tsumtsumbaludu, A young 

child. 
■&o&> tsundiij s. The dandruff, v. n. 

To be decocted, evaporated, or 

dried up. o<boSoa5b tsundintsu, To 

decoct, or dry up. 
^oooo chumyi, s. The noise made by 

fire, when it comes in contact with 

water. 

&t\y- tsukka, s. A drop, dot, or spot. 
2- The round mark worn on the 
forehead, by Hindoos. 3. A star. 
■sSbSk-sr^fco tsukkabottu, An orna- 
mental spot worn on the forehead, 
by Hindoo women; also the round 
sectarialmark, worn by both men 
and women. 

^Sb-s^k-vO tsukkani, s. The helm or 
rudder of a vessel. 

-&&> tsufcta, 5. A round roll of any 

thing;. 2. A roll of tobacco. &&-&» 

?fb-3bk>3&», -t$b£oi>2>0\ tsuttadasju* 

tsuttapattu, tsryttapiltsu, To smoke 

aclie root. 



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45an»5j r .-Tsudki 



n&k>s5w tsutfcamu, s. A relation. -t$bk>a 

, s'sSsj tsuttarikamu, Relationship, 

consanguinity, affinity. 

■xfctoa tsuttu, v. a. To roll round : to 

wrap up. 2. To go round, to roam, 
wander, or travel. 

•s&&3>r°s6 tsuttukonu, v. Comp. To' 
surround. 2. To roll, or wrap up. 
8. Circumference. 2. A toe ring, 
worn by women, adv. Around. 2. 
Round about ; out of the direct 
way, •Sr'-TPofofca pagatsuttu, To tie 
a turband. 

J &>H?-°cx>iio J &> tsonayintsu, v. ei. To 
plait, or fold, any part of the dress. 

nSbfe9-s$b&9"3"»e» tsurratsurrakalu, v. n. 

To burn quickly, with a crackling 

noise. 

■5&&9o§b tsurruku, ^.Excessive heat. 2- 
Force, violence- 3. Sharpness. 4. 
Haste, impetuosity, speed. 5. Pain. 
adj. Hot. 2. Violent. 3. Sharp. 4. 
Quick, impetuous. 5. Painful. 

•t&69oi§a5b\ tsurruputstsu, v. a. To 

burn, or consume. 
45b<ystf tsulakana, s. Lightness. 2. 

"Want of importance or difficulty. 

3. Disregard, contempt. 

4&e>!TS> tsulakani, adj. Light. 2. Un- 

. important, easy. 3. Contemptu- 
ous. 

■iSbsjoS's&a chulukamu, s. The hand 
hollowed, so as to hold water, &c. 



oSbsSo tsuvva, s. A small supple stick, 
or "cane ; a slip of wood. 

-;fo"3£ tsuwe,£>ar£. This is a particle, 
denoting reality or certainty, used 
in the superior language only j as 

■i5b"3Q dharmambuchesina punya- 
phalambu nonduduvu tsuvve, If 
you practise virtue, you will cer- 
tainly obtain it's fruit. 

■oScre 

x&r>-i5b tsutsu, v. a. To see ; to look; 
to perceive. 2. To observe. 3. To 
visit. 4. To meet. 5. To wait. 6. 
To try. 7. To consider. 8. To take 
care, or be on one's guard. This 
verb also expresses the exercise of 
any of the five senses, and there- 
fore occasionally denotes either to 
see, to taste, to smell, to feel, or to 
hear, according to the context. 

•&r°-&r B (3S tsutsukonu, v. Comp. To 
see ; tp see each other. 

•^ro^), &r°S>o-i& tsupu, tsupintsu, v, 
Cans. To cause to see, or look ; to 
shew, or point out. 

•&n>2& tsudu, s. Pregnancy, as ap- 
plied to cattle only. &r°&<sgr*%) 
tsiidiyavu, A cow with calf. 

&r>&> tsudu, v. a. To burn. 

%&-°&fe- tsudki, s. A look. 2. An eye, 



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tfcn>sS8 tsupari, s. A handsome person. 
"tinig) tsupu, s. Si glit, a look. 
t$3^#£ ©, scabs' © tsiirakattij tsuru- 

° ~3 

katti, s. A small knife. 2. A creese, 
or small dagger. 
■&r"C5b tsiiru, s. The border of a shelv- 
ing roof. 2. Powder of any kind, 
■sSoro&s'Sto, tsurukammi, A board 

nailed on the end of a shelving 
roof. 

\$n>"Se»S' tsureluka, s. A kind of rat. 

4£r°tf s5w ehurnamn, s. Powder ; dust; 

any pulverized substance. 
T&n>es tsiirra, 5. Plunder. 
&r°sx> tsulu, s. The womb. 2. The 

foetus. 3. A child, x&r°£r=yo tsula- 

lu, A pregnant woman. 
•J5cr»"3 tsuve, part, vide t5o*Sc tsuvve. 

"=30 cheni, adj. Red ; as ^SoXews?, ^o 

6^55", chengaluva, chendova, The 

red water lily. % 
^osf chenka, 5. The cheek. 2. A small 
. part of a field.^osfiotfo chenkave- 

yu, To slap on the cheek. 
^oX&> chebgata, adv. Near, nigh. 
^oX^ew chenganaluy 5. piu. Leaps 

in running. 
^SoKSo-db chengalints'j, p. ??,. To \ 

shine. 
^cKS^sk chengalikoshtu, s. A 

drug ; a sort of costns. ' 



"So^b chengu,p. n. To lose at a game; 

to be thrown out of the game. 2. 

To be loosened, as applied to a 
"knot. 
^o7fo cheiigu, s.The border, or edge, 

of a cloth. 
^o-xko^e& cheutsuvandlu, s. A cer- 

en * 

tain caste of half savage Hindoos, 
dwelling in the hills, and forests. 

^3oB,ir*&> chendip6tu,s. A very wick- 
ed man. 

^otio chendu, s. A ball of cloth, 
flowers, &c-, used in play. -p. a.To 
cut in pieces, v. n. To rise, as ap- 
plied to any excessive smell. ?r>z 

^oS&e&^a vasanachendutnnna- 
di, It smells excessively. 
"Soe^ clienta, adv. vide "^oXk clien- 
gata. 

^b&tfsSw chendirarnti, s. vide §bo§os6o 
kunkuma. 

"Soab chendu, v. a. To accrue. e^> 

, c3cs5oo-5^>£§\ : So"S(3o apunyamuvan- 
nichendenu. That virtue accrued 
to him. 

"Soao^ chendintsu, v. Cans- To ob- 
tain, or attain. 

■^0 3 ehempa, 5. The cheek. 2. The 
side. ^oS-g-^cfiS chempakaya, s. A 
slap, or blow, on the cheek. 

^oa^^ chembadivadu,s. A fisher- 
man. 



^do^cwo-Chetayin 196 



^ek-Chedilu 



■^o-jdo chembu, s. A small round me- 

_ tal vessel. 

^£tt> chekada", s. h cart. 

^sfcoi chekamuki, s.\ The bit of 

steel with which fire is struck- ^ 

^^SlScefc chekamukiveyu, v. a. 

To strike fire with it. ^3S r s5oo§Tr , a» 

chekamukirayi, .?. Flint, 
^k- chekka, 6-. A piece, slice, chip, 

cutting, or splinter ; as applied to 

wood, or large gourds. 2. The bark 

of trees. 

^Sg'k-.&reoe 3 chekkapiriudzu, s t vide 
'7fo-*s£p>8 gomari. 

"^§^.0 chekkili, s, Making in the 
inflex. Sing. ^S^tS chekkiti, The 
cheek. 

^Sb)_ chekku, v. a. To plane, pare, 
chip, slice, or make thin, 2. To 
cut off, to cut out ; to engrave. 3. 
To slip into a cleft, or interstice. 
4. To set as precious stones. 5. 
To dig slightly. ^os6^^§b^_ kala- 
muchekku, To make a pen. s.The 
rind of cucumber and similar 
fruits. 2. Half a bullock load of to- 
bacco. 3. The cheek. 

"^^vtf chechchera, ado. Quickly, 
hastily, speedily, precipitately. 

"S^oooo-ek chetayintsu, v. a. To re- 
ject a petition, or request ; to re- 
fuse advice ; to disapprove a sug- 
gestion. 



•^|o chetta, s. Evil. 2. The hand, adj 
Bad. ^£>s5-4x> chetta vattu, s. A 
marriage, v, a. To marry, lit. To 
take by the hand. T3&gs&r-c»3 
|^r^cheftapattalupattukonu, To 
take hold of each other's hands, 
in walking- 



dj. 



^kx> cbettu 



s. A tree, bush, or plant. 

^^o chedu, v. n. To become bad, 
rotten, or putrid. 2. To be spoiled, 
damaged, or destroyed. '6. To be 
ruined. 4. To be expelled from 
one's caste. 5. A woman to £o 
as ur ay. 

"S&soifo, "Sesotg) cherrutsu, cherrupu, 
v. a. To make bad. 2. To spoil, or 
corrupt. 3. To ruin, or injure. 4. 
To defile, or violate, a female. 
"^tiK^bx) chedagottu, To spoil. ^3£ 
Xtf s5oo chedagaramu, adj.B&d, wick- 
ed. 

^efo, ^ti chedu, checlda, adj. Bad, 
wicked. 2- Spoilt, damaged, rot- 
ten. 3. Defiled. 4. Excessive, much, 
very, ask, "S^- $»»&>' chedu, che 
dda-pulusu, Very sour. 

^&» ^^-^tfsSw chedu, chedda-ta 
namuj s. Badness, wickedness. 

"3 th eheddu, s. The clapping of the 
hand on the thigh. This is a irode 
of expressing defiance, amongst 
warriors. 



•SsSv^-Cheppuko 



197 



•3tf>Kb-Cherugu 



^r^, ^ScaoSo chenaku, cheiiuku, v. a. 
To touch.2. To provoke, s. A small 
particle or atom. 2. A touch. 

'ScaX'tfsSM chenagararnu, adj. vide ^3 
2sX^!6x> chedagaramu. Under "s&> 
chedu. 

"=3^0 da cheturu, s. An equivocal, or 

ambiguous expression, a double 
entendre. 2. Eloquence- 
's £ cbetta, s. Rubbish, dirt. ^-cF*^ 
i^tfsSw chettachedaramu, Sweep- 
ings. 
"3^&j "Stfstfb chedaru, cheduru, v. n. 
To be dispersed, dissipated, or 
spent. 2. To fall in drops. 3. To be 
dazzled. "ScStfJr ^ chedarao-ottu, 
To disperse, route, or defeat. 
"3esoo chedalu, s. White ants. Term- 
es. "S&ewss&w chedalupattu, White 
ants to attack any thing. 
"S^&s chenati, s. A wicked person. 

^S^cooo chenayu, v. a. To touch. 

~&&\ chennu, s. Beauty. 2. Joy. adj. 

Beautiful, 2. , Joyful. 

^3 go cheppu, r, a. To say, or tell. 2. 

To teach, or instruct. 3. To relate, 
or recite. 

"3^o-i5b cheppintsu,!'. Cans. To cause 

to say, or tell, &c. 
tSsSv^so cheppukonu, #. Comp. To 

address, to represent, to announce. 

2, To learn a language, or task. 



"EsS^ew cheppulu, s. jpfofc. Shoes. 2. 
Sandals. 

^$5b& enema; a, s. Sweaty perspira- 
tion. "S^fej"^^, ^^b^-s^ocs che- 
matakaya, chemarakaya, s. A 
pimple, lit. The fruit of perspira- 
tion. 

^56x^0 chemudu, s. Deafness. 

"^s^ chemma, s. Damp, moisture. 
adj. Damp, moist. 

^Ss&^ex) chemmagilu, v. n To be 
damp. 

^ 000, ^ 0000 cheyi, cheyyi, s. making 
in the inflex. sing. ^© cheti,The 
hand. 2. The arm. 3. A sleeve. 4. 
Dung cakes, used as fuel. 

*3tf?focheragu, s. The hem of a gar- 
ment. 

"Stf^tf cherachera, 5. Anger, rage. 

^tfsSe^ cherapalu, s. plu. The cheeks. 

"fitfss&x cheravamu, s. A large pot, 
chiefly of brass or copper. 

"3 a cheri, part. Prefixed to words 
denoting quantity or number, to 
denote each of two only ; as s^o 
££& ^Q-sSQ^Tyoooaooxo vandlaku- 
cheripadivaraluyiyyi,Give ten pa- 
godas to each of them. 

^&£o cherukn, s. vide *3«»§o che- 
rruku. 

~^&fo cherugu, y. a. To winnow. .9. 

viae "^tffib cheragn. 



^3e>sfc-Chelama 



198 



i3er° H Xhellache 



■^bb^) chertivu, s. An artificial lake, 
or tank, v. a. To put, stick, or slide, 
in. 

"3tf §1*0 cherlakola, s. vide ©? -^r°v 
chillakola, Under -a ? ch ilia. 

^3&s cherra, s. Captivity, imprison- 
ment. 

^fcsKo cherragu, s. vide ^tfKb-^ef Ko 
sfr«&tfa cheragu-cherragurnasina- 
di, ^i A woman whose cloth is 
stained. A menstruous female. 

^esy^^b cherralaau, v. n- To wander 
about ; to roam. 

^eJ,"Se^rcherri,cherruk;>, part, vide 
■=38 cheri. 

^&£»gb cherruku, s. The sugar cane. 
: 3aao&,tr B ex) cherrukupalu, The juice 
of the sugar cane- ssoto'a&sb van- 
tacheruku, 5. £&£. Cooking sugar 
cane. Fuel for cooking. 

^3eaj-i5b, "SftMsg) cherrutsu, cherrupu, 

v. a. vicZe ^s^o chedu. 
"Sa£»s5oo cherruinu, 0. a. To rub. 
^&m$ cherrtivu,s.«?ic?e^«b^ cheruvu. 
"SejTfo chelagu, v. n. To shine, or be 

splendid. 2. To be' pleasant, or 

agreeable. 3. To resound. 

"Busk chelama, .9. A hole dug in a 
' dried up tank, or in the dry bed 
of a river, so as to collect water 
from the spring below: 



^er^Jfe chelaregu, v. n. To be scat- 
tered, or spread over, a country. 
2. To be arrogant, or insolent. 

^cr^sseS chelavani, adj. Current, as 
applied to coin. 

^3D cheli, .9. A friend. 2. A female 
friend, or companion. ^38 SIS che 
likatte, A female friend, or com- 
panion. "^S-s^a^j chelikadu, A 
male friend, or companion. 

i32)1 chelike, s. A field after its crop 
has been cut, and the gleanings 
gathered. 2. A field ploughed, and 
left fallow. 

"^Oa chelidi, s. A troublesome kind 
of itch. 

^38£o chelimi, s. Friendship, ^gilao 
g"§ chelimi katte, A female friend. 
^esDir^ chelimikadu, A male 
friend. 

"SSosa^ cheliyalu, s. vide ^w che 

llelu. . • 
^SotfSS'k) cheliyalikatta, s. The 

sea-shore. 
^ex)s5 cheluva, s. A woman, 
^ewsssfoa, "3e»<£ cheluvamu, cheluvu. 

s. Beauty, adj. Beautiful. 
^votytfo cheluvudu, s. A lover. 
,?8q) , "=3e) 2T 5 chella, chellabo, inter j. 

Expressive of grief, alas, &c. 
^t^^tite chellachedaru, adv. In a 

disordered, or dispersed state. 



3-Che 



199 



&- Chedu 



^S'er«4oa5aa chellafcamu, s. Sport. 

^33, "iSScaSex) chelli> chelliyalu, s. 
vide *s^ejo chelleln. 

^ex> chellu, p. w. To pass, as regards 
time. 2.. To pass as money ; to be 
current. 3. To pass by general 
consent ; to be valid, fit, or proper. 
4. To pass from one to another ; 
to be paid, or liquidated. 5- To 
pass from this world ; to die. 6. 
To come to pass ; to be accompli- 
shed. 7. To be extended, s. A sum 
paid ; a collection. 

^e)o-i$b chellintsu, o.^a. To cause to 

CO 

be current,, valid, or extended. 2. 
To pay, or liquidate. 3. To per- 
form, or accomplish. 

^3 "Sew, iScf chellelu, chelle, s. A 

on CO 

younger sister, 
^a chevi, 5. The ear. ^ss^-3o, chevi 

— a 

tamme, The lobe of the ear. "^a 
S^nS' chevikonaka, The tip of the 
ear. ^a$"£&» chevinibeUu, To 
hear. 
"Ssgj&j chevudu, s. Deafness. ^a&3 
cheviti, adj. Deaf. 



"£ che, postpos. vide ^4 cheta, s. The 
hand ; as ^ $ o a chesamjna, A sign 
of the hand. ^go«»-^§j^(^>,^§cro^b 
cheknrru-chekudu, chekiiclu, To 
succeed. 2. To obtain ; to acquire. 



"^fco ehekatlu, s. Bracelets, compos" 
ed of coral and gold beads. 

■$X chega, 5. Strength. ^Xa-feoSsfco 
chegalamekamu, An elephant. 

■^feo cheta, s. A winnowing basket. 
^to'S^e/SoS'sfca chetachevnlaine- 
kamu, s. lit. The beast with ears 
like a winnowing basket. 

^k>r°er°& chetakollaru, s. A square 
yard, with houses on three sides. 

"h3&>3 chetu, s. Destruction, ruin, per- 
dition. 2. Misfortune, disaster. 
■^^tt-'osSw chetugalamu, A disa- 
strous period. 

"^SoaS, ^"3 chediya, chede, ■ s. A 
woman. 

"^ cheta, j905^)05.This postposition^ 

sometimes contracted into "^ che, 

is the sign of the ablative termed 
instrumental. 

1%& cheta, s. Doing; an act : action. 

*^e^s5M chetanamu, s. An animal, 

or existent being. 

"^S cheti, adj. Bitter. ^8 &*&>§!? 

chetipotlatige, The^ plant termed 
Trichosanth.es laciniosa, used as a 
stomachic laxative medicine. 

~<>z5r°8&>s chedaramu, s. Loss, waste, 
diminution. 

^& chedu, 5. Bitterneess. adj. Bitter. 

■^2& chedu, v. a. To draw in, or up, 
with each hand alternate! v ; as in 



^&- Cheru 



200 



^eas-Cherru 



pulling in the string of a paper 
kite, or drawing up water in a pot, 
from a deep well. 

^tf cheda, s. Drawing in. or up, as 

above. 
"$& chenu, s. A field of dry grain 

only. 2. A crop. 
^^ chepa, s. A fish. "^;S-cr>§ chepa- 

rasi, The sign Pisees. 
■^^> ch^pu, v. n. Milk to flow. s. 

The act of milk flowing. 

■^£o9 chemiri, s. The sour milk cast 
into fresh milk, to make it curdle. 

^o» cheyi, s. vide ^o»e cheyyi. 

^0800 cheyu, v. a. To do. 2. To make. 
3. To cause. 4. To perform. 5. To 
frame, v. n. To be worth. 

^cooo-iSb cheyintsn, v. Cans. To cause 
to do, &c StX-s^ti &v^ctix> upaka- 
ramucheyu, To do a favor. sr>zh 
^k^Trtf^^-fr*^ vadumata- 
prakaramrichesinadu, He perform- 
ed his promise. 

"^Sb cheru, s. The native soup, usual- 
ly termed Muligatany ; more pro- 
perly Melugutannir, from melugu, 
Tam. pepper, and tannfr, water. 

"^db cheru, v- n. To arrive ; to reach 
a destination; to De received ; to 
come to hand. 2. To be attached 
to , or connected with. 3. To be 
added, or joined to. 4. To be in- 



cluded in. 5. To be assembled, or 
collected. 6. To enter as a member, 
among any particular class of men, 
or into any sect, or profession, v. 
a. To lean upon. 

r $tiw&> cherabaru, v. n. To arrive- 

2. To assemble together. 
^&r°?53 cherukonu, v. Comp. To lean 

upon. 

"^&n&, ^&} cherutsu, che'rtsu, v. a. 
To cause to arrive, or reach. 2. 
To join, unite, mix, combine, in- 
clude, add to, or accumulate. 3. To 
assemble, or collect others, in a 
body. 4. To admit as a member,in- 
to any class, sect, or profession. 

^Qg cherika, s. Junction, union. 2. 
Approach, contiguity, proximity. 

3. Familiarity. 

■^&ss cheru va, s. Neighbourhood. 2. 
An assemblage ; an army, consi- 
sting of infantry, cavalry, eleph- 
ants, and chariots, 

^bbJT'oS cheru gondi, s. A female 

treated as a wife, without the re- 
gular marriage ceremony. 

^&>dc£)o35cs5co cheru dnbiyyarnu, s. 

Bice not perfectly pounded. 
"^65 cherra, s. The hand, held so as 

to contain any thing, ^~&&> che- 

rredu, A handful, 
^sso cherru, s. A string of flowers, 

&c. 2. A chain. 3. A rope. 



■jS^&^-Tsokku 



201 



■iS^ew-Tsollu 



^# cheva, s. Strength, courage, for- 
ce. 2. Hardness. 3. The heart of 
a tree- 

!%-5r> &-§"*&> chevadikadu, s. A thief, 
one of the light fingered caste ; 
also an off-hand story teller. 

^si cheshta, s-. Gesture, posture. 2. 
Grimace. 3. Behaviour, manners. 

^g> chesi, postpos. From, by. This 

postposition is found in books only, 
subjoined to verbal nouns, or to 
nouns denoting inanimate things. 
This word is also the past verbal 
participle of the verb ^oaoo cheyu, 



v. 



^3 



g^ ?1s5m chaitramu, s. The first Telu- 
gu lunar month ; that in which 
the moon's change takes place 
when the sun is in Aries. 

"^cSsfco, 2. a chaidamu, chaidi, s. A 
trade, or profession. 

tS^oX tsonga, s. Saliva* spittle. 

iS^g'^.&DsScx) tsokkatamu, s. Beauty. 
adj. Beautiful, handsome. 

tS^S^-sSm tsokkamu, s. Beauty, adj. 
Handsome. 2. Pure. 

t^-^-, tS^-r^^oM tsokka, tsokka- 
yi, s. A jacket. 

tS^So^ tsokku,^. Intoxication, stupe- 
faction. Faintness. v. n. To be in- 



, toxicated, stupified, or faint, 2. To 
die-TS^-s-^gbex) tsokkakulu,I>ead, 
or dried leaves. 
•sS^-iSox,-^ Hook .tsotstsu, tsottent.su, 

0. a. To enter by force? to pene- 
trate. 2. To interfere in any busi- 
ness, or matter ; to embark in any 
undertaking, or enterprise. 

■&*& tsotia, adj. Withered, or lame, 
as applied to any limb, 8. A dent, 
or bend. 

tS^sSj tsoppa, s. The straw of the 
Holcus saccharatus, or Holcus 
spicatus? jonnalu, or sudzalu. 

-tS^obx oa5b tsoppintsu, v. a. The causal 
of tS^-i^N tsotstsn, q. v. To pierce. 
2. To string or thread. 

-&* l^oo tsoppillu, u. n. To shine. 

tS" ^ tsoppu, s. Manner, way. tS^sSo 
# tsoppuna, adv. Agreeable to, 
according to, at the rate of. zs-fir 9 
%£$ atsoppuna, In that manner or 
way. 

■jS^aosko tsobalamu, s. The foetus of 
the mare. 

■tS^tf ss tsorava, s. Introduction, pene- 
tration. 2. Boldness, confidence, 
firmness. ■«r>$%&^-& t> $zs~3&> vani 
kiannatsoravaledu, He has no in- 
clination for food. 

•fcT'&f) tsorra, s. A species offish. 

oS^ejo, -iS^g tsollii, tsollu, . s. vide 
tS^oX tsonga. 

' 26 



STS.Tsauti 

•fit* tso, 5. A place. 2. A time,. 
tS^&o tsotu, 5. A place. -sS^k) tsota, 

adv. In a place. 
^tfcsdM chodyamu, 5. A curiosity. 2. 

Surprize, adj. Curious. 2. Surpriz- 
ing. 

-&*&t&> chorudu, s. A thief, a robber. 

tS^Sj chollu, s. £>£u. The grain usual- 
ly termed Natchenny. Cynosurus 



coracanus. 



202 gjoX-Dzanga 

1 
I iT'&o® tsatidanti, 5. vide tf^So© 
tsavudanti. 
^>e58 tsaudari, s. A Chowdry ; the 
head of a village, purganah, or 
caste,under the former Mussulman 
government. 

^tf£oS» chauryamu, s. Theft, rob- 
bery. 

^osSao choulamu, s. The ceremony 
of tonsure ; shaving off the hair 
of a child, three years old , with 
the exception of one lock, left on 
the crown of the head. 



■3"° 



^° tsau, adj. Four. s. vide rt$-^ 

-s^Si>&> tsavu, tsaukalipita, A 

chair ; lit. A seat with four legs. 

^tfoiS" tsauvantsa, Five. 

^°g tsanka, adj. vide •#;#§' tsavuka. 

W£&x> tsaukamu, adj. Square, s. A 

■ square. 
^S&o-tfc tsaukalintsu, v. n. vide -js" 

^Po-sfc tsavu kalintsn. 
S'l tsauki, s. A custom house. 2. A 

watch house. A watchman. 
^2& tsaudu, s. vide &$&> tsavadu. 
^cS^ew tsaudolu, s. A howdah, or 

seat on the elephant. 
^"er tsautl, 8. The litter generally 

called a dooly^ 
^8 tsauti, s. vide -CjgQ tsavu ti. 



tf chha, The twenty- second letter, 

and seventh consonant in the Te- 
lugu alphabet. « 



-^^sfca chhidramu, s. A hole, vacui- 
ty, or perforation. 2. Fault, defect, 



Xv^>-Ox^s5» grihachchhi- 



flaw. 

dramu, Domestic, foibles. 

2$ 



?s ja, The twenty- third letter, and 
eighth consonant, in the Telugu 
alphabet, 

esoSo dzanku, s. Fear, terror, appre- 
hension, v. n. To fear, to be afraid. 

ssoSo-ifo dzankintsu, v. a. To frighten. 

gjo^-pr dzankhana, s. A carpet. 

2soX dzanga, s. vide esoX anga. 



so & *5»-Dzantramu 



203 



seSb^-ejo-Dzakkulu 



ssoXs&sSw jangamamu, adj. Locomo- 
tive, moveable, s. Any thing which 
has motion, as opposed to that 
which is stationary. 

£5oXs5*> dzangamu, s. A caste among 
the Suctras, who worship Siva ex- 
clusively ; some of them follow 
the profession of tailors. 

^oKo&S dzangapilli, s. A wild cat of 
a large species- 

esoc^SosSm dzandzatamu , s. The trou- 
ble, or annoyance, arising from a 
large family. 

2502?*$ dzandzali, s. A dagger, with 
a handle covered, for defence. 

sjo&o dzanta, s. A pair, or couple. 
2soto-3cr*s*x>e>£o&> dzantamomulada 

, nta» The god of fire, who has two 
faces, s o&j-cp^dzantarasi, The sign 
Gemini. 

£?o«T§sx> dzantikeln, s. plu. Cakes 
made of baked flour, in the form 
of a thin rope, so^l dzantike,The 

vessel upon which these cakes are 
made. 

C3o&>o$ jantuvu, s. An animal, or liv- 
ing creature ; any being endowed 
with animal life ; it is more usual- 
ly applied, however, to those of 
the lowest organization. * 

2?o^s5s> dzantramu, s. A machine. 
8o^^ ^ s& dzantrapubomma, A 
puppet. 



23o"3sSm dzandemu, s The sacerdotal 
thread. 

aosg) dzampu, 5. Indolence, laziness. 
2. Procrastination. 3. Length. 4. 
An ornament worn by Hindoos, 
from the tip of. the ear. adj. Long- 
aoc&tfSsjg) dz am puna dap u, v. a, 
To procrastinate. 

23 0MO dza-mbu, s. A reed. 

230£»s's5c» jambukamn, s. A jackal. • 

gjo^rsSw jambhamu, s.' Grandeur, 
pomp, pride? presumption. The 
meaning of this word, in Telugu, 
is quite different from what it has 
in Sanskrit. 

22~i-cr> dzakera, s. A store, or hoard. 

k^j-55 dzakkava, s. The ruddy goose. 
23 $ij- ss g£ a ^v, dzakka vaka vavippu, 
The moon ; because this bird is 
said never to couple during moon- 
light. 22s'k_s$'<y"&>ex> dzakka valame- 

lu, The sun ; as favorable to this 
bird. 

e§k- dzakki, s. A horse. 

ai^-Oofo dzakkintsu, v. a. To be in 

error, or in fault. 

s§k_$ dzakkini, s. A married female, 
who dies during -her husband's 
life-time. 

sSojj-.ex) dzakkulu, *. plu. I)emi-gods ; 
or nymphs, attendant on On 



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£3sfc2&-janudu 



e&k-ersroogw dzakkulavandlu, s- 
phc. People who worship the god- 
dess of Kameswari 

gjft'sofco dzagadzambu, s. Excess ; a 

great deal. 
kX^sSw dzagadamu, s. War, battle, 
combat. 2. A quarrel, or dispute. 
gjK2ss5cr»^o dzagadamadu, v. n. To 
fight, quarrel, or dispute, 
aft© dzagati, s. A raised open ve- 
randa. 
sXsfc, kXs5do jagattu, jagamu, s. The 
world, the universe, 2. People, 
mankind. 
23ft"32& dzagrvedu, *. The relation- 
ship of the husband of one sister, 
to that of another. 
K^bs^sso dzaggumanu, v. n. To be 

agreeable, or acceptable. 
25^ dzadzdzu, s. A rag, or tatter ; 
any thing torn. 2. Laziness^ adj. 
Lazy. 
23k jata, s. The hair matted, as worn 
by Siva, or by the Hindoo ascetics. 
2. The fibrous root, growing down 
from the branches of certain trees, 
in India. afeSejs$*> dzatilamu, adj. 
Having matted hair. 
K feB dzatti, s. Handsel, earnest money. 
2. A bargain, or agreement. 

dzattuj s. An assemblage, or 
body of people. 



at** 



2?& jada, 5. Plaited or braided hair. 

2, Matted hair. 

2&s£ jadanu, s. Stupidity, apathy. 2. 

Awkwardness. 
g?&s5x> jadamu, adj. Cold, frigid, chil- 
ly. 2. Stupid, apathetic, idiotic 

3. Inanimate. 

ssg dzadi, s. Rain. g?&sr*tf dzadivana, 
Heavy rain. 

?3&ct&> dzadiyu, v. n. To fear, or be 
afraid. ejS&o-tSb dzadipintsu, To 
frighten, threaten, or alarm. 

ai^o $g) dzadupu, s. Fear, fright. 

gj^ dzadda, s. One consonant writ- 
ten below another •, as when the 
consonant is doubled, or when two 
consonants come together, with- 
out the intervention of a vowel. 

23<lXs5co dzaddigamu,s. A sowing ma- 
chine. 

2s£ dzata, s. A pair. 2. A set. 3. 
Equality of shape, adj. Equal. 

gj&tfsSw dzatanamu, s. Endeavour. 2. 
Stratagem, expedient. 3. Effort, 
exertion. 4. Perseverance, energy. 

ejtftf s5m jananamu, s. Birth, produc- 
tion. 2. F amity, race, lineage. 

2stf&x> janamtt, s. Man, individually, 
*or collectively; a man ; mankind; 
an individual, a person ; people, 
population, community. 

23&&> janudu, 5. A man. 



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205 



eSaa-Dzaribu 



ssx6s5s> dzanumu, s. The hemp plant, 
Cannabis sativa. 

js^sSm dzannamu, s. A sacrifice, or 
ceremony, in which oblations are 
presented. 

ES»\ zssSm, »SK dzannidamu, dzanni, 
s. The sacerdotal thread. 

sj&N oft, ssl3^ dzanniya, dzanne, adj. 
Consecrated, or devoted, to the 
deity. 

K sf s5do janmamu, s. Birth, produc- 
tion. 

essSsSw japamu, 5. Repeating inaudib- 
]y passages from the Yedas, charms, 
or the names' of the deity ; count- 
ing silently the beads of a rosary* 
&c. 

S2&0-&, 2sl)ooooo3b japintsu, japiyin- 
tsu, v. a. To repeat inaudibly 
prayers, &c. as above. 

83 _i> dzapti, s. Sequestration. 

83Wv dzabba, s. The outer side of the 
thigh. 2. The arm. 

e?«o\ dzabbu, s. Inattention, negli- 
gence, carelessness, 2- Delay, adj. 
Inattentive, negligent, 2. Slow. 3. 
Insipid. 

8sfc dzama, s. A revenue term, signi- 
fying collection, or assessment, g? 
sfc^ctfoo dzamacheyu, To collect. & 
s£r $)•&>£" dzamakhartsu, An ac- 
count of receipts, and disburse 



ments. s^^^w^i dzarnavasu- 
lubaki, Demand or assessment, 
collection, and balance. sBss^o»o& 
dzamabandi,The settlement of the 
assessment. 

a&re) dzamili, ac£/. Double. js&dDsSm 
"^°k_D dzamilimukkali, A bee, 
which has six feet. 

gsSoSS' dzamilika, s. A kind of tabor. 

?3$xn>& dzaminu, s- The land, ground, 
earth, or soil. 8sar»§— s*tf>£b dza- 
mindarudu, A zamindar. 

esj&»2go jamuda, s. Yama, the regent 
of the world below, and the judge 
of departed souls. 23s5ao^§^_ao^ 
jamunekkirinta, A buffalo ; be- 
cause it is the steed of Yama. 

e?s5x>tf jamuna, s. The. river Jumna, 
which joins the Ganges below Al- 
lahabad. gjsSwtfcBSo jamunayya, The 
sun ; in mythology, the father of 
the Jumna. 

easbaex} dzamulu, s. A couple. 

23s5^ dzammu, s. vide ssoso clzambu. 

ko^56do jayamu, &•. Conquest, victory, 

triumph, success*. 2?o»o-&> jayin- 

tsu, To conquer, or win ; to be 
successful. 1 

2s5 dzari, s. Gold or silver thread, 

or lace- 
gjQw dzaribu, s. The mensuration of 

land. 



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206 



£S*r>&-Javanll 



S2&7& dzarugu, v. n. To pass, elapse, 
or expire. 2. To get, or move, on ; 
to creep. 3. To slip, or slide. 4. 
To flee. 

£?&;£) dzarupu, v. a. To spend, as 
time.-, to procrastinate. 2. To pass 
time. 3. To move, or push, forward. 

23tfx°& dzaruru, adj. Necessary, re- 
quisite, urgent. s. Necessity, occa- 
sion, urgency. 

ssessea dzarradzarra, s- The noise 
arising from dragging along the 
ground. 

22033 tf dzarrruna, adv. Quickly. 

sjaS'^b^o dzalaka&ngu, v. To wash 
earth for gold, diamonds, &c. zso 
g&>fovsr>o&> dzalakadugulavan- 
dlUj 5. p/u. A caste of people who 
search for articles, in drains, &c. 

€sej^sxwdzalakamu,5. Ablution, bath- 
ing. 

23vW&> dzalataru, s. vide g?S dzari. 

23e>T3^a dzaladari, s. A drain, a ken- 
nel. 

sse>s5co jalamu, s. Water, ssej-sp^s jala- 

badha, Inclination to make urine. 
ssw-ST tftf^ewjalacharamulu, Aquatic 
animals, 
asxi^o dzalubtt, s. A cold. #$. Cold. 
83s»2w^ob6o dzalubucheyu,. To take 
or catch cold- 



sy dzalla, 5. A long narrow basket, 
placed 'on a cart, to contain any 
thing loose, which is carried on it. 

ese^s&j s?e>os5b?SS dzallanti, dzallumanu, 

v. n. To tremble, perspire, ©r have 
one's hair stand on end, from any 
involuntary affection of the pas- 
sions. 

230 dzalli, s. Broken tiles, little ston- 
es. 2. Boasting lies, idle talk. 

ssD o-db dzallintsu, v. a. To sift. 

goex) dzalla, s. A shower, sj^e-c^ 
g3oo varshapuclzallu, A shower of 
rain. 

25 1$ & dzalleda, s. A sieve. 

225$ dzava, s. A frame, or setting. g» 
sss'kjo dzavakattu, To set or frame. 
23^sr°kx> dzavadatu, To transgress 
prescribed limits. 

ssssfeo, K3£# dzavata, dzavara, s. A net- 
like substance, which surrounds 
the palmyra tree, at those parts 
whence the branches expand. 

gjsstftf dzavarana, s. Straightness, 
smoothness. essstfaSw dzavramu, 
adj. Straight, smooth. 

gstf-cew, 2S££» dzavaralu, dzavvani,s. 
A young female. 

z=sr>Q dzavadi, s. Civet, e3<cr>af>e) 
dzavaclipilli, The civet cat. 

2Zot*& javanu, s. A peon. 



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207 



sT'sfc-Dzanu 



£j»r>£» dzavabu, 5. An answer. 23or* . 
2mtt>&2&. clzavabudarudu, A sure- | 
ty; a person responsible, e? o^ao 
•^r»Qew dzavabuswalu,Discourse, ar- 
gument. 2? <ep> *»$!)&> dzavabunivi- ■ 
su, A writer of orders, or replies, j 

82$ So dzavuku, v. n. To become soft, 1 

or ripe, as a boil. adj. Swampy, 
b rakish. 

ej$& dzavuru, v. a. To lash. 2. To 
collect any thing scattered. 

sstfQtfsSN dzavvanamu, s. Youth. 

gjcg)^ dzavvu, s. Beauty, adj. Beauti- 
ful 

st 3 -^ dzaga, s. A place, or station. 
2- Land, ground. 

ss^AosSw dzagilarnu, s. A dog. 

ss^bb jagiru, s. A grant of the 
land revenue payable to govern- 
ment, from an extensive tract of 
country. 

2r°^b dzagu, s. Delay. 

sr»^ jagrata, s. Vigilance, careful- 
ness, caution. '2. Activity, adj. 
Yigilant, careful, cautious. 2. Ac- 
tive, ready, sr^&^cpoa jagrata- 
cheyu, To take care, to be care- 
ful. 2- To make ready. 

£"*g-sr°<s6 dzajikaya, s. The nutmeg. 
?T's33_§q dzajipattiri, s. Mace. 



er , 83 3 dzadzu, s. Red chalk, red colour. 
adj. Red. 

2^2* dzada, s. The mark of a footstep ; 
a track ; a trace. tiriiiv'iSX*, sr° 
^-^^Iboak dzadagaeheppu, dza- 
dagatsupintsu, To give a hint. &* 
&7r>'£r*cg> dzadagapovu, To slink 
away. 

TT'&otf) dzadintsu, v. a. To flap a- 
bout as a horse does his tail. 2. 
To throw suddenly out the arms 
or legs. 3. To rinse about in water. 
4. To reprove by speech, 

ar*2& dzadu, s. The tender stalk of 
the great millet. 

zT'ascsfo jadyamu, s. Coldness, apa- 
thy. '2. Folly, stupidity, dulness. 
3. A disease, sickness. 

2r°cB dzana, s. A clever or skilful 
person. 

zr^tf dzatara, s. The festival of any 
deity, but chiefly of the village 
goddess. 

tr 3 ® jati, s. A kind, sort, class, tribe, 
or caste. 2. The nutmeg tree. 3. 
Birth. ss-SoS^ jatipatri, Mace.^» 
§£e>x*» jatiphalamu, The nutmeg. 

er® dzati, s. Splendour, brightness. 

zr'esb dzadu, s. vide 8T°2?> dzadzu. 

82"° tf jana, s. vide l£tf jena. 

??*(& dzanu? s. Beauty, adj. Beauti- 
ful. 



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208 



sS&sS.Jitapa 



2r°s6te) dzanngaln, s. plu. Ears. 

7r>&$) januvu, s. The knee. 

s^ss^ dzapatri, s. vide gj-'sSoSjga 
dzajipattiri. 

s?^s5os5m japyamu, adj. LoiteriDg. s. 
Loitering, delay. 

g^&w jabita, s. A list. 

25^>£)D dzabilli, 5. The moon. g^OD 
s5fe3 clzabillipatti, The planet Mer, 
cury. cJ^aS) QS'^- dzabillirikka- 
The fifth of the lunar mansions. 

-as - * 2w dzabu, s. A letter of correspond- 
ence. 

£-°s&3o&) dzamapandu, 5. The fruit 
of the guava tree. 

S^afc-otf) jamarn, s. A long cloth, 
without any coloured border. 

2T , g*r>s6 dzaminu, 5. Security, bail. 

zr'sSw dzamu," s. A space of time 
equivalent to three English hours- 

23-°&a> dzarru, v. n. To slide, or slip. 
2. To trip, or stumble- 3. A knot 
to slip open; or become loose. 4. 
To drop -as water. 5. To flee. 

sr^sfco dzalamu, s. Delay, loitering. 
zj^osSw^dCco dzalamucheyu, v. a. 
To shuffle off. 

zrv$> jalaru, s. Net-work, fringe. 
&*v&g&± jalarukannu, The mesh 

of a net. 
^er«8 dzalari, s. vide 23^"sr°5 dzala- 
dari. 



s^S dzali, 5. Pity, commiseration, 

2. Begret, sorrow. 3. Wrath. 
2r°ex> dzalu, s. The gentle flowing of 

water. sT'e^asb dzalgonu, To flow 

gently as water. 
^-S-^PcxsSxba, gr^sfoa dzale-dzali- 

yamu, dzalemu, 5. A purse. 
s^&sr* dzakiva, s. Gold. 
25*°^ dzava, s. A thipk drink, made 

of boiled rice, pr wheat. 
j^jb jasti, a$. More, much. 
sr^tfo jahiru, adj. Obvious. ?r>$r°& 

■^ocsoo jahirucheyu, To explain. 



220^ jink a, s, An antelope. 
£*&,£&>& jigata, jiguru, s. Paste, 

or gum. 
gft jigi, s. Brightness, splendour, adj. 

Strong. s2ftss$ jigipani, Substantial 

work. 
g"todb jittedu, adj. Equal in extent 

to a span, measured by the thumb 
and forefinger. 
££0 jiddu, s y Grease, oil, &c. Swim- 
ming upon water, or besmearing 
any thing, adj. Greasy, oily. $&> 

g'&e) jiddukadali, The sea of milk; 
one of the seven fabulous seas. 
£s£oS£o jitapadu, v. n. To be salubri- 
ous. 2. To be subdued. 3. To be 
qualified. 4. To be accustomed. 



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209 



& o&>*5b-Dzumdzuru 



^^^ft3-i5b jitaparratsu, v. a. To sub- 
due. 2. To qualify. 3. To accustom. 

£gb jittu, s. Craft, cunning. 

£e5b jiddu, s. Quarrel, dispute. 2. En- 
mity. 

gtf&K jinassu, 5- A thing, an article. 

£axn> jimma, 6'. Possession, charge. 

23-cr»jira, s. Armour, mail. 

?3-cp>o333 jirayati, s. Agriculture, cul- 
tivation. 

£££tttf jirrruna, adv. Swiftiy, speedily. 

*Se> jila, 5. An itching. 

gg)£)S)35e>o§b jilibilipaluku, s. A low 
but pleasing sound. 

29e>o7^b jiKigu, adj. Very small, and 
close. 2. Troublesome, v. a. To 
write in a very close and small 
hand. 

s2"e5!)ex> jilebilu, s. phi. A kind of 
sweetmeat. 

£ e5i& jilledu, adj. Of or belonging 
to the gigantic swallow wort. 
Asclepias gigantea. s. The plant 
itself. 

£$& jivuru, s. vide £K& jigata. 



^o^sSm jindramu, 5. Misfortune, 

misery. 
2§&jidi, s. The juice which exudes 

from the stalk of the mango fruit, 

immediately after it is cut from 

the tree. 



2§i£o5m jitamu, s. Salary?" wages, pay. 

£$b jinu, 5. An anchor. 2. A horse 
saddle. 

^wojibu, .s. A net-like substance 
which surrounds the cocoannt, 
and other similar trees, at those 
parts whence the branches ex- 
pand. 

<£$ jira, s. A line. 2. A crack, or flaw. 
sftfg'sSoo-^tfras&w, 2§tfs5c» jirakamu-ji- 

rariamu, jiramu, s. Cummin seed. 
2§tfb-2§TT>e&, 2§&"3r*eso jfru-jiradu, ji- 

rukadu, v. n. To hang down, or 

trail, on the ground. 

s^e^ea i il akarrra, s. vide 'i&g&ys ifra- 
kamu. 

igsSoz jivamvi, s. Life, existence. 2. 
The soul. ^sStfsSw jivanamu, s. 
Life, existence. 2. "Water. 3. Live- 
lihood, means of subsistence. 4. 
Profession. 

2P0 2T°o dzumdzam, s. A torch made 
of Jonnalu straw, used by the 
young people on the new moon of 
the month of es rococoes asvayu- 
jamu. 

epos^o dzumdzum, s. The buzzing 
of bees, &c. 

23>ozP&g& dzumdzurukatta, s.' A 
torch made of sticks, tied together 
in a bundle. 

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210 



^feB-Jerrri 






wowkhzx dzUmdzurrulu, s. A lion's 

mane. 
«»o83»ft9o'3o v t» ; §'ex) dzumdzurruven- 

trukalu, s. phi. Dishevelled hair. 
g?6o^ [i ex> dzuttanavrelu, s. The fore- 



fino-er. 



js 3 ^ dzuttu, 5 
of hair 



A long lock, or tuft, 
eft by the Hindoos on 
the crown of the head, the rest of 
which is close shaved. 2. A pea- 
cock's crest. 

s^^fo dzunagu, v. n. To retire, with- 
draw, or retreat. 

g» & dzutta, 5. A short span, measur- 
ed from the thumb, to the tip of 
the ring finger. 

g^tfb^ dzunnu, s. Honey, 2. Cheese. 
&&\ "spsw dzannubalu, The milk 
of a cow which has newly calved, 
until seven days after the birth, 
# dzubbuna, adv. Swiftly, 

flu. A kind 
of birds. 

s?bbs5^(sr° dzurumana, s. A fine. 

^^ dzurrru, v. a. To drink with a 
sipping noise. 

2?>2x>s5s> dzulumu, s. Oppression, in- 
justice, gpfiws&a^dtfo dzulumuche- 
yu, v. a. To oppress ; to distress. 



quickly. 
«Ps^ex) dzummalu, 



vp&cht) dzavvidivi, s. One of the 
seven dwipas, or continents, into 
which the world is divided. 

s^esSdo, s^tfsSw dziidzamu, dzuda- 
mu, s. A game. 2. Gambling, play. 
c?^22&, 2?^&a dzudzari, dzudari, 
A gamester. 2? r ~*2*?£r>&> dziiclzama- 
du, To play a game. 

g?*-^ dzuji, s. A procuress. 

gp-*e>3 dztilu, 5. The mane of a horse. 

1 

"Sotr* jenda, s. A flag, or banner. 
«?ozr i 3cTfc\ex> jenclakutstsulu, The 
tassels of a flag. 

~go& jenta, 5. A wicked young fe- 
male. 

"SX jega, s. Greatness, ad/. Great. 

^fe3 jetti, s. A brave man, a gallant 

man. 

"i^ ietti, 5. A wrestler, "g^ssfcw fettl- 
es J "• u w ' "^ 

pattu, "Wrestling. "^-^Soss jettf- 
penukuva, A combat of wrestlers. 

"g& iedda, 5. vide &£ dzadda. 

a J * * Ca 

"%■$ jena, s. The yolk of the egg. 
3?35oa2& jemudu, 5. The milk-hedge 

plant. Euphorbia tirucall', 
2§&5$ jerrabhi, s. An old woman. 
"^e| jerrri, s. A centipedes 









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211 



"i^kS-Dzoti 



or 



i*eJ£r«&> ierrripotu, a 

£3 off 

snake. 
£fe> jela, s. A spring. of water. 
"SaK jelaga, 5. A leech. 
??«-«» S'cfta jelakante, s. A hawk 

falcon. 
13 ss jeva, *-. Strength. 
"2§sl jeshta, s. Misfortune. . 



1§q,& o^ogp jendravandlu, s. plu. A 
certain caste of weavers. 

sfflbtfc jeguru, s. Red chalk. sfftbao 
-& jegurintsu, To grow red. 

^ jeje, 6-. A deity, male, or female. 
"j§l§e>X&3 jejelagattu, The mounta- 
in Meru, the abode of the gods. 
?^e>3&» jejelapattu, The heaven 
of Indra. 

jfjfjeje, interj. Expressive of jo} T . 

^tf jena, s. A span. 

"^200 jebu, s. A pocket. 

^ «# & j e vur u , s . icfe "^^bbb j egur u , 

"^^)?5bKog3 jevurugaudlu r s. pZw. Em- 
brasures. 

s?^oSs5cx> dzompamu, s. z»iete ftossobb 

guburn. 
c^> ©e» dzottillu, v. n. vide ^ftbao-& 

jegurintsu? Under "sffotfb jeguru. 



A kind of 1 ar°£\ dzonna, 5. The jonna grain, or 
great millet. Holcus saccharatus. 

aT">£Kex> dzobbilu, v. n. vide -S>g)vex5 
chippilu. 

a^^Jx" dzorrriga, 5. vide ar^eJx dzo 



rrfga. 
ap*ex> dzollu, s. Saliva, spittle. 

CO - 1 - 

ar^ta dzoham, s. Prostration, salu- 
tation, infer/- Expressive of joj^. 

"&-*£ dzoka, s. Independence, pos- 
session. 
"^>§b dzoku, v. a. To abuse, or re- 



vile ; to use imprecations. 



A 



buse. 

s^S^&jo jokottu, v. a. To lull a child 
to sleep. 

"S^KsSw dzogamu, s. Abstraction of 
mind, intense meditation on one 
object. 1^5\ dzogi, 5. A devotee, 
or religious mendicant. "^Tfo-o^ex) 
dzognraln, A female devotee. 

c^rtb dzogu, s. A float, or raft, for 
crossing a river. 

"S^ar 6 dzodzo, interj. Expressive of 
blessing. Be happy, <fec. It termi- 
nates each line of every song used 

. for lulling children asleep ; hence 
"3"§"*4» dzokottu, 7, v. 

"S^a, dzoti, s. A woman, 



sr^-Jnati 



srs^j dzodu, s. A. pair, or couple.*2. 
Equality of size. 3. Shoes, sandals. 
4. Armour, mail. 

s^ab dzodu, s. A brave person. 

ar 6 ^ dzopu, v.a. To flap away flies. 

£**&, "S^ -0*55 6 dzoru, dzoravari, 5. 
Force? compulsion. 

"^eJK dzorriga, s. The dog-fly. 

■^°e> dzola, s. A song for lulling in- 
fants asleep. 

ar 8 ©, ^°l> dzoli, dzoli, 5. Purpose, 

business, intention, design. ok*£>§ 

s5t5ov, ar 6 !) §&-*:$ dzolikivatstsu, 

dzolikipovu, To meddle in one's 
concerns. 

"JS 3-0 ^ dzole, s. A small bag foEjalms. 

&*h dzosi, 5. An astrologer, or as- 
tronomer. ar^osSw dzosyamu, s. 
Astrology, or astronomy. 

c^^tfb dzoharu, s. vide ar^bo dzo 
haru. 

^- ■ 
& %) jnapti s. Understanding, com- 
prehension ; the exercise of the 
intellectual faculty. 2. Recollec- 
tion. 

"er°© jnati, s. A collateral relation,' 

or distant kinsman ; one who does 

- hot participate in the oblations of 



212 2»Q#5&>-Jwaramu 

food, or water, offered to deceased 
ancestors. 

sftfsSw jnanamu, s. Knowledge in 
general. 2. Knowledge of a speci- 
fic and religious kind, that which 
is derived from meditation, and 
the study of philosophy. 

ar*?) jnani, s. An astrologer, a for- 
tune-teller. 2. A sage, one possess- 
ing religious wisdom, or gnanum. 

2T's^s6oajnapakamu,s. Remembrance, 
recollection. sr 5 ;S§'s$>o^o36o jnapa- 

kamucheyu, To remind, to recol- 
lect. 

vTq jya>. The earth. 2. A bowstring. 

"S^e SsxsS^o jyotishamu, s. Astronomy, 

astrology- ^S^Ssspjp.^ jyotishku. 

du, An astronomer or astrologer ; 

a fortune-teller. 
"S^ca&v jyotissu, s. Light. 2. Fire. 

3. The sun. 4. The moon. 5. A 



star 



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eqS'jd-w jwaramu, s. Feveiy-srSaptfaSaa 
chalijwaramu,Z^. Cold and fever. 
An ague. Sb j^ajotfsStf pitta jwaramu, 
A bilious fever. 



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£§-r*-Tika 



"3 

^S®' s^c^^w jwala, jwalamu, s. 

Flame, blaze. 

Sop 
5bp jha, The twenty-fourth letter, 

and ninth consonant, in the Telu- 

gu alphabet. 
Sbo o -3^ tfs»o -Sbp or^s5Do, bbpo^8jhan 

karamu-jhankritamu, j hankriti,s. 

A buzz, or humming. 2. The loud 

noise of anger. 
SbpoSop jhamjha, s. A tempest, or 

storm. 
Sbpl>S)o-£5b jhalipintsu, v. a. To brand- 
ish. 

sf- na This is the twenty-fifth, letter, 
and tenth censonant, in the Telu- 
gu alphabet, but no word in the 
language commences with it. 

feo ta, The twenty-sixth letter, and 
eleventh consonant, in the Telu- 
gu alphabet. It is often added to 
the root of the verb, to form the 
verbal noun ; as, ^otfok? cheyuta 
Doing. , 

feocS'sSM tankamn, s. An imaginary 
coin of the value of 16 copper 
clubs, or four silver fanams. 



koc$ s5x> tankamu, s. Pride. 2, A stone 
cutter's chisel. 3. Borax. 

feooS^e* tankasala, s A mint. 

feoSo^ takku, s. Deceit, cunning. 2. 
Dissimulation, hypocrisy, pre- 
tence, v, a. To deceive ; to pre- 
tend. 

fco^k-9, SoS'&xDSb takkari, takatan- 

ku, s. A deceitful, or fraudulent 

person. 
£otr°§, &>^r>&> tapaki, tapasu, s. A 

cracker. 
to-tr^ tappa, s. The post, generally 

termed the T appal, in Southern 

India- 
&>u^owo^5b talayintsu, v. n. To take 

a walk. 2. To delay, or put off, 

&n>§o taku, s. A ring used to retain 
others on the finger. 2. The end 
or point of a pen. 

Sokes'* &» tatotii) 5. Deceit, pretence. 
fe3eJ tirrri, s. A beast of burden. 

&g tika, s. A commentary. 

&s* tika, s. Inoculation. 2. The small 
pox by inoculation. 3. An orna- 
ment, hanging from the hair down 
upon the forehead. ^-3"°-^ 360 tika- 
veyu, To inoculate, 



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214 



& o» s5x - D am bam u 



^$ tip 1 ^ 5- Money, deposited as se- 
curity for good conduct, 

eor*> 

&x3-o| tuki, 5. An abstract of the con- 
tents, or purport, of a letter. 
~& 

"loos' tenka, 5. The stone of the 
mango fruit. 

loo-^csS tenkaya, s. A cocoanut. 

1oo§ tenki, s. A house. 

"laol tenke, s. A shoemakers awl. 

Ib&k-ex) tekkulm, s. jpfo. Airs of 
pride. 

Iblk-sSw tekkemu, s. A flag, or ban- 
ner. 

dr*i> topi, 5. A hat. 2. A cap. 

tf tha,The twenty-seventh letter, and 
twelfth consonant, in the Telugu 
alphabet. 

^TPooooa5b tharayintsu, v. a. To re- 
solve, settle, or fix. 

&3S&3S thavathava, $. Obstacle, or im- 
pediment. 

&sss5 thavarie, s. A great drum. 
$s»& thavara, s. A deceitful female. 
£sss> thavali, s. Deceit, fraud. 



-st 3 £3* thana, s. The head place of a 
district. 2. A watch house. tet»3 
•sr»tf> thanedaru, One appointed 
to superintend a district. 

T2P!$ thavu, 5. A place, house, lodg- 
ing, or residence 

& 

8t«w thikana, s. A place of resi- 
dence, or resort ; abode, station. 

§gb thlku, atZ/. Proper, just, fit. 2. 

Exact, complete. 3, True. 
6 & thivi, 5. Generosity, liberality. 2. 

Posture, state. 

Ti 

~£ss theva, s. G-lory, £ower. 

o^§b tkoku, 5. A great sum. 

o^ej-t. thola, *. A body, or company. 

& da, The twenty-eighth letter, and 
thirteenth consonant, in the Te- 
lugu alphabet. 

SSoasfco dambamuj s. Ostentation, 
adj. Ostentatious. ca*c£>&&> dam- 
bikudu, A coxcomb, 



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215 



£ft oaS-piggiya 



2^o^ dambu, s. Splendour, bright- 

- ness, brilliance. 

Ssl^- dakki, s. A small drum, shap- 
ed like an hour glass. 

&Ktf daggara, adv. Near; used in 
books only. 

&7fo _§£" dagguttika> s. A low, chok- 
ed, interrupted, or sobbing sound, 
expressive either of joy, or grief. 

&$£ dappu, 5. A large noisy drum. 

&b\ dabbi, s. A small box ; a vessel 
kept in Hindoo temples, for the 
reception of presents from pil- 
grims ; or in which the custom 
servants keep the collections made 
by them. 

2s230\ dabbu, 5. A dub, or copper coin 
of the value of twenty cash. 2, 

- Falsehood, a lie- 3. Riches, eclat, 
ostentation. 4. The noise of a drum. 
&»<uXe>-5r>2& dabbugalavadu, A 
rich man. 

e£sxy*tfs>M damaramu, s. A pair of 

kettle drums. 
%&.& dammanu, v. n. To die. 



-=4' 



efioc6oo dayyu, v. n. To be fatigued, 
tired, wearied, or weakened. 

&zn>a&&> dalayatu, s. A deloyet, or 
peon. 

c£$)Vo davulu, 5. vide ^ew dauln. 



"c^Ab dagu, s. A stain, spot, blot, or 

mark. 
rr>fo 4% u > v - ^. To hide, vide •sr'Xb 

dagu. 
•<^s5e> dapala. adv. On the left side. 

Tr>oSD dapali, adj. Left- 
tt'-zp daba, s. Blame, censure, 
"c^^o dabu, s. A catalogue, or list. 2^ 

A physician's recipe. 3. A female's 

zone, of silver, or gold. 
T5-*ctfo dayu, v. n. To approach. 
•cr°oo dala, s. Splendour, brilliance. 

2. A shield. 3. A banner or flas;. 

cloX&e& dingarudu, s. A servant ; a 

slave. 2. A fat man. 
&o& dintsn, v. a. To let, or put, 

down. 2. To leave another, vide 

ao-db dintsu. 

&oitfsSx> dindframu, s. Froth foam. 

&o&> dindu, s. Meanness. 2- Defeat. 
v. n. To die or expire 2. To be 
defeated. SojSbsSea^) dinduparra- 
tsu, v. a. To defeat in battle. 

SKb, &Kb digu, diggu, v. ». To de- 
scend, or alight, tide a 76 digu. 

&* oc5 diggiya, *. A large and long- 
pond. 



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216 



dS^ettJDoltt* 



^e^^s^b dillapadu, v. n. To be im- 
moveable. 2. To be astounded. 



&&*& dikonu, v. a. To butt. 

&e»oSdb dilupadu, v. n* To become 
lean, weak, or feeble. 2. To be de- 
feated. kzx)$ts>&> diluparratsu, v. 
a. To weaken. 2. To defeat. 

C&s5b duma, ^)ar£. This.word is found 
in books only, added to verbs, to 
express the optative mood ; as es> 
c&o&><& ayyeduma, May it be so. 

&>o&e duyyu, v. a. To draw a sword. 
2, To open out auy thing. 3. To 
retire, or retreat. 4. To pierce. 

£&«o-©} durrruchehi, inter j. Expres- 
sive of defiance to battle. 

£&ex> dullu, «?. n. To fall, as reaves 
from a tree, dbwrfo dulutsu, v. a. 
To cause to fall ; to slacken. 

°So£5s5oo dendamu, 5. Mind, heart, 
opinion. 

'SS'/— dekka, 5. A hoof. 

"SSb^- dekku, t>. a. To hinder, pre- 
vent, or arrest. 

-g3S\tfs&3 depparamu, ae?;. Unattain- 
able. 



"S^a, "S"S\ debbadi, debhbhai, adj. 
Seventy. 

^X dega, s. A hawk, or falcon. 

"^7T°& degata, s. On the fifth day 
after a marriage, the bride and 
bridegroom, with all their rela- 
tions, throw perfumed powder at 
: each other, and this is the name 
given to that pastime. 

el^p dera, s. A tent. 

^o^ donka, s. A bush. 2. A road, 
amidst cultivated fields, left for 
cattle. 

cS^oSb donku, v. n. T be degraded 
or decreased, s. Crookedness. 

eS^r^. dokka, s. The belly. 2. The 
outward shell of a cocoanut. 

cS^g, cS^to dorlu, dollu, p. n. To 
tumble, or roll over ; to fall down. 

<£"« dolla, adj. Hollow. 

fir 6 ; 

cS^-csp dokada, 5. The hundredth 

part of any coin. 
cS^Sb doku, v. a. To dig slightly ; to 

root up grass. 
(S^e) dolf, 5. A litter, or dooly, vide 

^w chauta. 
dS^ew dolu, s. A kind of drum. 



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ft* 



217 
ft 



^c^-Tantrj. 



2T°e» daulu, s. An estimate. 2. Ap- 
pearance. 

^ dha, The twenty-ninth letter, and 
fourteenth consonant, in the Te- 
lugu alphabet. 

<^o§" dhanka, s. vide #£]-. dhakka. 

tfs^- dhakka, s. A double drum. 

"qr*^ dh£ka, s. Formidable appear- 
ance. 2. Rigorous authority. 

qr*T° dhok&, *. Doubt, fear, sus- 
picion. 

ra 

ca na, This is the thirtieth letter, and 
fifteenth consonant, in the Telugu 
alphabet, but no words in the 
language begin with it. 

tf ta, The thirty-first letter, and six? 

teenth consonant, in the Telugu 
alphabet. 

&oto, s£o£t° tanta, tanta, s. Difficul- 
ty, trouble. 2. Dispute, conten- 
tion. 3. Slander, false report. 4. 
Trick, knavery. 5. Debt. 



^o2*fcs&o tandasamu, s. An instru 

ment for pulling out hair by the 
. root. 

e£oxs^ tanda,*. A heap of filled sacks* 

2. A troop of Brinjaries, or Lum- 
badies. 

s£o&> tandu, v. a. To collect, to de- 
mand. i£o£ex> tandalu, s. Collec- 
tions. 
^o^pjs5c»e)otandt)lamulu,5. plu. Rice. 
&o!*?x> tandelu, s. A tindal, or native 

officer, in a ship, or vessel. 
e£o^ tandri, s, A father. &o.&.~* 
^dfo tandrisaidodu, 5. A father's 
brother, or sister. "j^oS pet- 
tandri, 5. A father's elder brother, 
a^o^S, pinatandri, A father's 
yonger brother. 
&o9 tanti, s. The wire, or string, of 
a musical instrument. s£o©o3^"8s5oo 
tantivaddemu, Stringed instru- 
ments. 
&o&> tantu, s. Craft, cunning, sub- 
til ty. 2. Device, shift. 
s£o7iex> tantela, s. plu. The little 

steps, or bridges, in the handle of 
the Vina, a sort of guitar. 

$£0 ^ j6» tantramu, 5. Craft, cunning, 
subtilty. 2. Device, or trick. 3. 
An intrigue, or plot. 

#0 © tantri, & vide e^oS tanti. 
28 



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218 



«£/fosX>.TagU ; lU 



e£o£tf tandara, s. Hesitation. 2. Per- 
plexity, confusion. 3. Trembling. 

#o& tampi, 5. A fire pit, used for; 
boiling water. 

^o^&s, ^o^es* tamburra, tamburra, 

s. A musical instrument, with five 
strings, resembling a guitar. 

e£^-cr>& takararu, s. Dispute, alter- 
cation, quarrel. 

#-*■*£> takavi, s. Taccavy ; advanc- 
es for cultivation. 

ti^lr- takka, adv. Except. 

^§o^_ takku, v. n. To remain. 2. To 
stop, or cease. 3. To refrain from. 
" 4. To give oneVself airs. *. Defi- 
ciency, residue. 2. Affected ges- 

^ tures, foppish airs. 

e£ &{,-#, ti&ij-^) takku va, takkuvu,s. 
Deficiency, defect. 2. Dearness in 
price. 3. Inferiority, adj. Defici- 
ent, defective. 2. Dear in price, 
scarce. 3. Mean, inferior, low. oi 

§o^_ss'^§b^_55ekkuvatakkuva,More 

or less. 
&""§£,_& takkeda, s. A pair of scales; 

a balance. 
&~§k_£&> takkeclu, 5. A weight of two 

vis. 
&~§i—<±5 takkerra,a$. Little, trifling. 
^tto takya, s. A pillow. 
&$» takhtu, s, A throne, or royal 

seat. 



^X<£o, t£7fb&) tagadu, tagudu, s. A 

thin flat piece of metal ; a plate. 
^XtfsSw tagaramu, s. Tin. 
#;(& tagaru, s. A ram. 

^-7^-35-* tasrada, s. A claim, suit, or 

V 

dispute. 

gfo tagu, v. n. To be becoming, de- 
cent, suitable, fit, proper, worthy, 
or deserving. 2. To fit ; to suit. 

$£ftb<ysko ta^jlamu, s. Lust. 2. Love. 

e£?foex> tagulu, v. n. To touch, or come 

in contact with. 2. To be seized? 
caught, ensnared, or entangled. 3. 
To be affected with sickness. 4. 
To be found. 5. To cost. v. a. To 
touch or hit. 2. To pursue. £K«k>&> 
tagalabadu, To be caught, or en- 
snared. 2. To burn. ^K^"3^ taga 
labettu, To burn, or set on fire.^K 
oKg> tagalagattu, To tie on. 

e£Xb°-x>20& tagulubadi, s. Charges, cost. 

^ftSoTSb tagilintsu, v. Gaus. To cause 
to touch. 2. To stick to, suspend 
from, or hang upon. 3. To set on 
fire. 4. To give, or affect, with any 
disease., s5$er*^ft$o-i5b panilotagi- 
lintsu, To employ, in business. -3 
ajex>£5\So-& debbalutagilintsu,To 
flog or beat. 

& !&&>&* & tagulukonu, v. Comp. To 
get one's- self' entangled in. 2. To | 



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219 



$££sS-Tadapa 



take fire of itself. tfo~§|\3&fte)o-tk 
r*sfc sankellutagilintsukonu, To 
get fettered. &^X&»&K£)o : &r*& 
rogamutagilintsnkonu, To get di- 
seased. 

e£Kb$, &K$) taguvu, tagavu, s. A 
dispute. 2. A Law suit. 3. The 
presents given by parents to Iheir 
daughter, on her marriage, e^fio^ 
a, e^Ksse taguvari, tagavari, A 
judge • an arbitrator. 

&&> taggu, s. Deficiency. 2. Defect. 
adj. Deficient. 2. Defective. 3. 
Short, low."*, n. To be degraded; 
to be abated ; to be humbled, v. 
a. To put down. 

&% o-^b taggintsu, v. a. To decrease, 
diminish, abate, or lessen. 

6% os£) taggimpu, s. A reduction, or 
diminution. 

#-S\tf tatstsana, s. Craft, cunning, 
subtilty. 2. Device or trick. 3. De- 
rision ; a joke. c$-3\tfer»e& tatstsa- 
naladu, To joke, or deride. 

titeTosxifo, e£feo§>o^£> tatasthaniagu, ta 
tasthintsu, v. n. To succeed. 2, To 
approach. 

& &>$?&;) tatasthivdu, s. An indifferent 
man, neither a friend nor a foe. 

ef&n»S'i6oatatakamu, s, A tank, pond, 
or pool. 



tikj^votf tataluna, adv. Swiftly? qu- 
ickly. 
&k* tatta, s. A small basket. 2. A 

eo " 

metal plate. 

&£ tatti, s. A small metal plate, 
turned up at the rim, out of which 
the Hindoos eat their victuals. 

e£&3d tattu, s. A bank, or shore- 2. A 
side, or direction. 3. A pony. 4- 
Measles, v. a. To beat or knock at 
a door. 2. To pat. 3. To clap. 4. 
To touch the heart, or mind. && 
"Seek tattiveyu, To make a thing- 
fall out of one's hand. #£&**& ta- 
ttipovu, To be disappointed. £&a 
s6oofc>3 tattumuttu, Utensils, house- 
hold stufi*. 

& fc»ss tattu va, s. A pony. 

& &> o^e^b tatravadu, 5. A gold-smith. 

$££ tada, f. Delay. 2. Hesitation, 
doubt, suspicion, 3. Confusion, 
embarrassment, 3&k&) tadabadu, 
To be impeded, or obstructed. 2. 
To be embarrassed. 3. To stutter 
or falter. 4. To be infirm in walk- 
ing. &&r^ tadakattu, To stop by 
charms. 

&£r tadaka, s. A Tatty, or straw 
blind ; it is also used as a door to 
huts, <fec. 

&£3 tadapa, s. A small piece of any 
loose fibrous substance, such as 
hemp, &c. 



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220 



^^•^x>.Tanamu 



ti&c&) tadayu, v. n. To loiter, or 
trifle away. 

s^ss tadava, s, A time ; as Zjgg&g 
okatadava, Once. 

&&$ tadavu, v. a. To look, or search 
for ; to feel for, or grope: s. Hin- 
drance, delay, loss of time. 

ef& tadi, s. A wetting. 2. Damp, -wet. 
adj. Wet, damp. 

&&0&0 tadiyu, v. n. To be wet; to 

' get wet. 

#£&$ tadupu, v. a. To wet. 8. A 
wetting, ti Wet, damp. 

i£Ss\ £<S~§ tadika, tadike, 5. vide 
&&$ tadaka. 

i^^^taduvn,??. a. vide &&$> tadava. 

^cbK?5k>, ^E9ir°j6a> t&jiagamu, tanaga 
mu, s. A leathern bag for water, 
carried on bullocks. ^7p"S5^ 
,tarjagameddu, A bullock which 
bears water, in a bag of that kind. 

^S tati, s. Proper season, or time. 

^Ds£r°. tatimma, s. The remainder. 

— 

# *£& tattadi, 5. A horse. 

& ^&9j6c», c£ e^-Jp&o tattarramu, tat- 
tarpap£tu, s. Perplexity, distur- 
bance, confusion, embarrassment. 

tattarrapaclu-tattarrintsu-tattarri 
llu, tattarrilu, v n. To be perplex- 
ed, disturbed, confused* or emba- 
rrassed. 2. To tremble. 



e^dTjJsSoo tatvamti, s. Essential nature; 
the real nature of the human soul, 
considered as one and the same 
with the divine spirit animating 
the universe. 

s£$fc;6oo tathyamu,*. Truth, adj. True. 

«£&tfoe£tfs6ootadanantaramu, adv. Af- 
terwards. 

&TF > t$$'c tadarabhya, adv. From that 
time ; since then. 

€£&o3ootaddayu,«c//. Exceeding, much, 
more. 

*£fij£s5a> taddinamu, s. The annual 
ceremony for ancestors, lit. That 
day, the day. 

&c5tf ,s5m tadhdharmamu,s.The aorist 
of the verb. 

e££\sss$3o tadbhavamu, adj. Corrupt- 
ed from the Sanskrit. 

i£tf& tanaku, v. n. To shine. 2. To 
be joined. 

e^4r* tanakha, s. An assignment on 
the revenues. 

^tfss^o tanamu.^>ar£. This particle is 
added to t§3Vs5c» desyamu, Adjec- 
tives, and sometimes to si<?c*x» 
desyamu, Nouns^ or even occasion- 
ally to the relative participles of 
tSs'eii&a desyamu, Verbs, in order 
to form abstract nouns ; thus 
sfto-os^sSoo manchitanamu, Good- 



.Tapeh 



221 



tf^o-ifc-Tappintsu 



ness. &e) sStf^pillatanamu, Child- 
hood. "§So33»^^sSix> teliyanitana- 
rau, Ignorance. • 

^^oobo^c tanayudu, s. A son. 

&$&>, ££tf>\ tanaru, tanartsu, v. n. 

To shine. 
£tf&x tanarpu, 5. Breadth, width. 

&»s taniki, s. A revenue term, sig- 
nifying examination, or compari- 
son, of an account, &c. ; or the 
ascertaining it's correctness. 

6$o&) taniyu, v. n. To be satisfied, 

or contented. ^^^> tanupu, v. a. 

To satisfy. 
eSfta tanivi, s. Satisfaction, satiety, 

content. 
&&\ tanna? v. a. To kick. 2. To flog. 

.t. A kick. 
«$<&\ r**& tannukonu, v. Comp. To 

struggle. &tfo*j>r>& tannuladu, To 

fight together. #s&Ne>»2& tannula- 

badu, To be beaten- 

^sSsfr £& tapanudu, 8. The sun. 

&3sSm, &<5&\ tapamu, tapassu* s. 

Beligious austerity, penance, or 
mortification; the practice of men- 
tal or personal self-denial. 

e$2>o-&, &S>o»o-iSb tapintsu, tapiyin- 
tsQ, v. n. To burn ; to be inflam- 
ed ; to be hot. 

&-&zr» tapela,5. A brass pot, in which 
the Hindoos generally cook their 
victuals. 



£&*$&& tapodhanudu, s. A de- 
votee, an ascetic, one who per- 
forms religious penance. 

^*\ tappa, adv. The infinitive of 
i£sSo tappu, q. v. Is often used as 
an adverb, to denote Except, un- 
less, without ; as ; Bcrufctf^ miru- 
' tappa, Without you. ^ss^-^cca tap 
pakaya, Fruit without a heart ; 
such as a nut without a kernel. 

«£sSv -outfox tappadaltsu, v. n. To pre- 
tend, to tell lies. 

i5s5vew tappalu, s.'phv. Corn of which 
the ears are empty, from disease, 
or want of rain. 



5. 



vide s£s?. 



£2>vi£s5!» tappitamu, 
tappu, 

£s$v tappu, s. An error, or mistake. 
2. A fault. 3. A crime, any thing 
improper, v. a. To err, or mistake. 
2. To miss. 3. To fail in an engage- 
ment, or promise. 4, To escape, 
to elude, adj. Bad, wrong. Tfca&S 
vSo gurritappu, To miss aim. rr>Q 
&$g daritappu, To miss, or devi- 
ate from the road, sfroto&ss^ m&ta- 
tappn, To fail in one's word. 

^2)xo-v5b tappintsu, p. Cans. To cause 
to err, &c. ; to extricate, or save. 

«$S»\oiSbr*56 tappintsukonu,??. Comp. 
To save or extricate oneVself. 



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222 



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Tamme 



^s$^tf tappuna, adv. Quickly, spee- 
dily. 

i£"^&> tappeta, s. A large drum. 

sS-j£pss&> taphavattu, s. A difference, 
a disparity. 

&f>6§b taphiriku, s. An extra assess- 
ment, subdivided upon many. 

e£f)f>ew taphisilu, s. Detail, anal} T sis. 

&2o tf-g -0 tabaraka, s. A time. 

&£»§b tabuku, 5. A salver, or flat 
plate. 

#"^er° tabela, s- A stable. 

e££)\«3\ tabbibbu, a$/. Distracted. 

e^j&s sow tamakamu, s. Lust. 2. Love. 



#sfcSo &&>*&> tamaku, tamuku, v. n. 
To hesitate. 2. To recede from a 
promise, purpose, bargain, &c. 3. 
To be in a hurry, to be precipi- 
tate. 

e£sfcXsS» tamagamu, 5. A raised open 
building, with a high canopy, ge- 
nerally termed a mantapnm. 

^s6ofeo56x. tama'amu, s. A large drum. 
&s£>& tamarn, pro. One of the phi 
rals of eJ^ssb tanu, q. v. 

e£s$oe>-&-°§b tamalapaku, s. The beetle 
leaf. ds&os5w tamalamu, The beetle 
and nut together. 

$fs*r»a6 tamanu, s. Long drawers, or 
trousers, such as are worn by pe- 
ons, bullock's neck 



^s5j-»s5:» tamamu, s. The. whole. 

£sfr»ooooo5b tamayintsu, v. n. To reco- 
ver one's-self ir/rai falling. 

e^sij^^? tamasha, s. A. show, or spe- 
ctacle. 

e£so tami, s. Love. 2. Lust. 

#Sto"3-iX) tamidelu, s. _pfo&. The grain 
usually termed Natchenny. Cyno- 
surus coracanus. 

e£&>~3 tamire, s. A nail fixed in the 
middle part of a yoke. 

e£s5c»§b tamuku, s. A dram. 2. A tam'- 
bourine. 

e£s5o^ tamma. s. Beetle leaf, and nuts, 

which have been chewed. &s$o ^63 

tammakarra, The red stain of 
them. 



large 



e£s&,k>s5*) tammatamu, s. A 
drum. 



e^£&o&_°5s^3&K, e£sfc^ &?(«*» tam- 
matasuku-tammapadiga, tammapa 
digamu, s. A spitting pot. 

tammi, 5. The lotus. £&> g'ofeS 
tammikanti, lit. Lotns-e} ? ed. Vish- 
nu. eS&r ~f ew tammi kel 11, ^t Lotus- 

— c 

hands. This is a complimentary 
mode of mentioning the hands, 

A 



tfsa, 



S. 



younger 



e'o5w,^b tammudu 

o • 

brother, 
^"afe, tamme, 5. The lobe of the ear. 

D 

2. That part of the rope round a 
lich fastens it. 



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223 



^8JT*-Tai g 



^cctf-°& tayaru, adj. Beady, s. Readi- | 
Begs. 

q'ooo^I) tavinatf.^. Attendance upon 
another. 

sstfo/XsSac, i^Stf tarangamu, taraga, s. 
A wave, or surge. 

£tfrtfs5oo, ^5s> tarakasamu, taraka 
sa, s. A quiver. 

^tfKSftbe^ taragatigundlu, s. j»&i. 
A kind of neck ornament. 

s£tfr3$5x> taranamu, s. A raft. 2. Gross- 
ing, or passing over. 

^tfttsSw, £&n&x> taranamu, taruua- 
mu, 5. Opportunity. 

e£tf!$tf taratara, s. Beginning, com- 
mencement. 

s'tfiStfcwo tarataranibu, adv. Day-by- 
day. 

£{f3&r>& tarataraladn,^ n. To fear, 
or be afraid. 

$$&*& taraddudu, s. A revenue 
term, signifying active exertion, 
or contrivance ; especially to pro- 
mote cultivation ; and thence ap- 
plied sometimes to denote cultiva- 
tion itself. 

gti$) tarapu, s. A side. adv. Towards. 

&tf<6y> taramu, s. A class, or sort. 2. j 
A generation. 3. A number of 
persons, or animals, adj. Equal. 2. 
Possible, tftfxS taragati, Classifi- 
cation, rank, order. sfoaSUS'k-ao 



tarabadilekkalu, The accounts of 
classification. e£-u*«$tfsfc w -7r B wsso$rs>o 
-& tarataramug-aanubhavintsu, To 
possess, or enjoy, by uninterrupt- 
ed, hereditary succession, ^-o~>dtf 
&x>H>°:&&^&j-°&> tarataramutelisi- 
matladu, To speak according to 
the rank of the person addressed. 

e£tfex> taralu, v. n. To move, or pro- 
ceed. 2. To set out. 

gtisyS) taravani, s. Sour gruel. 

e£tf-5P>ooo taravayi, s. A time. 

£tf-5y*9 taravari, s. A Sword. 

£•$£$ taraha, s. A sort, or kind. 2. 
Manner, fashion. 

&Tr?Pi e£-aT&> taradzu, tarasa, s. vide 
&"§k_<S takkeda, 

&Q tari, s. Butter, adj. Churning. 
e^BS'oasSos tarikambamu, vide -So 
tt°£o. $dXzr>$) tsallaradu. tariga- 
lavu, A cow whose milk is rich in 
butter, gdf^v tarigola, A churn- 
ing stick. 

£8o3b,s£9a»o3b tarintsn, tariyintsu, 

v. n. To cross, or get over. 2- To 
get through. 3, To obtain salva- 
tion, by crossing all the Hindoo 
hells. 
^a^esScptf tarigorrrakura, s. A sort 
of pot-herb. 



^&s^-Tarraka 



224 



&w-Tarrra 



^8fe§ tariti, s. A large sack, which 
joins the two loads placed on each 
side of a bullock. 

«58&sg) taritipu, 5. Affection ; love. 

&dh&r& taripiduda, s. A calf one 
year old. 

&&>•& tarutsu, z>. a. To churn. 2. To 
search, examine, or investigate. & 
e^^Sbtarichitsiits'u, To consider 
thoroughly. 

eStibeasfco tarunama, adj. Young, ju- 
venile. 2. New, fresh, novel. 

«£&$ tarupu,s.A calf, one year old. 
2. An artificial diamond. 

&&>sf>& taruvata, adv. Afterwards? 
after. £&*r>8 taruvati, adj. Next,; 
the following. 

&&$ taruvu, s. Dunning. £tfc#^cc6o 
taruvucheyu, To dun. 

^tf^-sSM tarkamu, s. Doubt. 2. Dis- 
putation, discussion, reasoning. 3. 
Supplying an ellipsis. 4. The sci- 
ence of logic. ^e^_o^5b tarkintsu, 
v. a. To argue, or declaim. 2. To 
reflect, or be in contemplation. 

£&s£r. tariuma, 5. A translation, or 
interpretation. 

^& tarlu, v. n. vide &tfex> taralu. 

^fesS'ex) tarrakalu, s. plu, vide «£s^ex> 
tappalu. 



$£&9So£& tarramidu, v. a. To whirl 
round. 

sSfcssS^, ^aws53o tarrama,tarrumu, v. a- 
To pursue. 2. To turn, or form by 
the lathe. 

e£e3crtx>, e£e!dceo tarrayu, tarriyu, v. n. 
To enter. tfegooSay-ifcx tarriyadzo- 
tstsu, To intrude or enter in ; to 
engage in. 

e£fcf>ex> tarralu, v. n. To set out, or 
start, for a place ; to proceed. 2. 
To be afraid. 

s£e3 tarri, s. A time, or season. 

&e£7!*ex>\ tarrigolpu, v. a. To excite, 
or incite. 

tfe3"Stotf"3&» tarrimenabettu, v. a. To 
turn, or form by the v lathe. 

^6£»Xb, e£esrto tarrugu, tarragu, s. Bro- 
kerage. 2. The deduction from 
all payments, termed in India 
custom. 3. Wastage, deficiency. 

e£ea>Kb, e^fesXb tarrugu, tarragu, v. a. 
To cut. v. n. To become less ; to 
waste. e£fcsoX8, ^tsKQ tarrugari, 
tarragari, s. A broker. 

#«»■&> tarrufcsn, adj. Close, thick. 2. 
Frequent, often. 

e£eo>ex> tarrulu, 5. plu. Wrinkles. 

£w , #eao tarrra, tarrru, s. A low, or 
mean person. 



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225 



^otf-Talava 



&v, &o-r°c& tala, talakaya, s. The 
head. &ejckx> talantu, 5. Anointing 
the head. v. a. To anoint the head. 
#e>§oz5b talakindu, s.Disorder. adv. 
Topsyturvy. ^JT^ss^Q talagotla 
mari, An insolent or wicked per- 
son, inclined to beat every one. 
e£e;0&-oo talabirusu, s. Stubborn- 
ness, pride, adj. Stubborn. &vsr* 
§£> talavakili. The principal door, 
or entrance, to a house. 

#&sSosg)ex> tala vamp uln, s. plu. Dis- 
grace, lit. Bendings of the head. 
«£e.©sSj2»A» talatippadamu, Giddi- 
ness, swimming in the head. 

e£ejss&) talapadu, v. n. To begin. 2. 
To appear for the first time in 
the season. 3. To meet together, 
in battle. <6uir>ir> talapaga, A tur- 
band. 

&vs$ys taladannu, v. «. To excel. 
#e)~s>&)0 talapettu,To endeavour, or 
try. 

«fe £) % X s* ess talab ikarak ay a, adj. Per- 
plexing, intricate. e£e>sstf£ tala vara 
sa, The pavement. 

e£e>£r*co6o talapoyu, v. a. To examine 
one measure of capacity with a- 
nother. 2. To soliloquize ; to re- 
flect. 



sfoS'fta, tiivKtM ■ talakattu,talagattu, s. 
An excellent berson. 2. The name 
of the connected vowel. * ■». 

&&$&&, «£e>&>7foe» talakadatsu, tala- 

migulu, v. n. To push before ano- 
ther. 

$v&> talaku, v. n. To fear, or be 
afraid, 

«for"s> talakoni, gc£u. Excessively, 
much. 

#«Xb talagu, 5. A cord to tie cattle. 

#e>Xb talagu, v. n. To move, or re- 
move. 2. To lose. 

e£e>-i$b-$£ex>o$b, &«c\ talatsu-talutsu, ta- 
Itsu, v. a. To think, or reflect, 2. 
To imagine. 3. To intend. 4. To 
invoke. 

tfe;§>o\Sb talapintsu, v. Caws. To cause 
to think, &c. 

«^€>^) talapa, s. Thought, g. Inten- 
tion. 

«fo»3 talabu, 5. Pay, wages. 

e^^jsrsex) talabralu, s. The throwing 
of rice over the head of the bride 
and bridegroom, as an auspicious 
ceremony, during that of marri- 
age. 2. The rice itself thus used. 

e£a>bb talaru, v. n. To be agreeable, or 
pleasant. 

s£e>3S8 talavari? s. vide &y-«e talari. 
29 



&S -Talli 



226 



^j&So-Tasuku 



e£er» tala, part. Each ; perhead, as 

o3^o&&e£er*2$asstfsj^ex)c»6a»q vand- 

laku talapadivarahaluyiyyi, Give 

ten pagodas to each of them, or 

ten pagodas per head. 

&er° a talari, s. A village watchman. 

&8i taliki, adv. Before, previously. 

&g)& taliru, s. A sprout, or shoot. 
£S«b2y*&j tfSefcss^ talirubodi, ta 
liruboni, A young female. 

e£$&\ talirtsn, v. n. To sprout, or 
shoot forth. 

&ex>$ talupu, s. A door. £ew;g)-&cc&9 
^ew^H&^tSb talupu-tfyu, talupu- 
terutsu, To open the door. &ew$- 
"^csoo, ^yo^)^r«'ja6o talupn-veyu, 
talupumuyu, To shut the door. 

«£e) &3&>-e£e> &OT$b-«fo C3ex>-efe> o52&, e£ 

fO CO CO OO CO 

e> SSb^b^talladapadu-talladintsu- 
talladillu, tallapadu, talladaku- 
dutsii, v. n. To be perplexed, or 
vexed. 
#8 talli, 5. A mother. &Dtfo t e&,ex> 
tallidandrulu, Parents. %$$& pi- 
natalli, A mother's younger sister. 
% The wife of a father's younger 
brother. "5> j£€) pettalli, A mother's 
elder sister. 2. The wife of a fa- 
ther's elder brother. s6-&s>S, 7$ 
a &© marudalli, savittalli, A step 

n CO 

mother. 



s£ife£if talatala, s. vide e£$6§b taluku. 

#S>?C, £i>c83 taliga, taliya, 5. A vessel 
in which boiled rice is measured 
in Hindoo temples. % vide ro-8" 
sSw kantsamu. 

e£§6§o taluku, 5. Glitter, lustre, flash- 
ing, shining. s£&r"e£>, &$>&;5b?53 

talukottu, talukumann, To glitter, 
gleam, flash, or shine. 

t£j§ tallu, 5. War. 2. Incursion, in- 
vasion. 

e£sstf 3x> tavaramu, 6*. vide e£Ktf ;& ta- 
garamu. 

e£»j-*c»o tavayi, s. War. 

^^)^b tavudu, s. Bran. v. e&. To 
search, or feel for ; to grope, vide 
&&$) tadavu. 

i^^yo tavulu, v. n. vide ^rtbew tagulu. 

&*S tavva, s. A measure of capacit} r , 
equal to half a manika. 

i£cgo tavvu, v. a. To dig. 

£S)qo-T$btavvintsu, v. Cans. To cause 
to dig. &$oK*v tavvugola, An in- 
strument for digging holes in the 
ground. 

s£o^o&>s5cx> tavvatamu, s. Digging. 

^j6o§b tasuku, s. Trick, wile ; deceit- 
ful promises. 



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227 



ir> e^ tic .Tatparya 



or 



&;fy_tib2& taskarudu, s. A thief, 
robber. ^tf^Qo-ufc taskarintsu, v. 
a. To steal. 

&sj-°£s^> tahataha, s. Distress, fati- 
gue. 

^^^ewTs^db^o tahasiludarudu, v. A 
Tahsildar, Or native collector, of 
revenue. 

&&f3s5M takshanamu, adv. Instant- 
ly, this instant. It is properly writ- 
ten && wsSdo tatkshanamu. 

US* 

w°c&£&xi tandavamu, 5. Dancing, 
especially with violent gesticula- 
tion, and particularly applied to 
the frantic dance of Siva. 

ir o o'sr o ?'s6w tambalamu, s. A large 
metal vessel, or plate. 

iT'owr^sSw tambulamu, s. Beetle and 
nut. 

w°£t!X> takattu,s.A pawn, or pledge. 

■er°l<& takidu, s. An order -, an in- 
junction. 

«r > So takn, v. a. To touch or hit. 2. 
To oppose in battle. 

■gn»§o-db takintsu, v. Cans. To cause 
to touch. -sr>$l!S<y-5rȤtfa vanikita- 
ladakinadi, lit. To him his head 
touched. He is now sensible of 
bis error. 



!T > if>&, «T°7P£3 tagadi, tagarii, s. A 

beam, placed across the mouth of 

an open well. 
•*r>fo tagu, v. a> To drink. eT^o-tSb, 

^r»$ tagintsu, tapu, p. Cans. To 

cause to drink, 
er^rtb^ek tagubotu, s. A drunkard. 
"eT^-db tatsu, 5. A deadly hooded 

snake, termed the Cobra de capel- 

la. 
«r°-»fo tatsu, v. a. To kick. 
'WiT' tadza, adj. Fresh, new. 2. 

Pleased, 
e^feo tafa, s. The bark of a tree. 2. 

The human skin. 
w°£ tati, adj. Of or belonging to the 

palmyra tree. 
iT'feSo'tSb tatintsu, v. a. To move the 

cheeks, as in chewing. 2. To flut- 
ter with the wings. 
er°&5-s&>D tatotu, s. Deceit, knavery. 
«r°&> tadu, s. Making in the inflex. 

sing. ir>& tati, The palymra tree. 

2. A rope. 8"*$%w > &> janakitadu, 

The match of a matchlock. 
eT°^tata, s. A grandfather, eT^sSb. 

tatamma, A grandmother, great 
grand-mother on the father's side. 
lit. The third mother. 
eT^tfcsSx) tatparyamn, a-. Object, 
desigD, purpose, intent. 2. Opinion, 
sentiment. 3. Purports 



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228 



§$»-Tankhu 



^•tfsfco tanamu, s. An ablution ba- 
thing. 
W& tanu, pro. He, she, or it. This 
is what ma}? be termed the reflec- 
tive pronoun, as it is always used 
with reference to some nominative 
of the third person preceding it in 
the same sentence ; and no other 
pronoun in the language can be 
used, more than once in the same 
sentence, with reference to the 
same person or thing. In the plu- 
ral, it makes eT'bb, «r*sko, e^sSbbb 
taru, tamu, tamaru. 

i^sS tap a, s. A ladder. In the plural, 
this noun denotes Steps* stairs. 

TgPSSs^ tapamu, s. Heat, burning. 2. 
Inflammation; fever. 3. Distress. 

«r°i>, eT^ tapi, tapf, s. A trace. 2. 
A secret. 3. A bricklayer's trowel. 

"er°^r° tapha, s. A set, or company. 

Wnotb tabandu, s. A species of pet- 
ticoat. 

W^ivo tabeln, s. A turtle ; a tor- 
toise. 

■g^sSoS tamara, s. The lotus. 2. The 
ring worm. «r°s$b #«&■*£& tamaratu 
dn, The fibre of the lotus, ir'sbtf 
lix tamaratega, It's bulbous root; 
a lotus plant. 



"SPs&tfcSosSsfoa tamaradampamu, s> 

Prosperity, improvement, or in. 
crease of a family. "eT'sktfcSoSsk^ 
tamaradampamavu, To prosper. 
These words are derived from the 
foregoing, and allude to a compa- 
rison with the lotus, which is al- 
ways deemed a most auspicious 
flower. 
tT'skSsSw tamasamu,<zr/?'. Affected by, 
or appertaining to the third qua- 
lity, that of darkness or vice. s. 
Indolence, laziness. 2. Anger, 
wrath. "5r°ss6& tamasi, An angry 
person. er°sk&>£& tamasudu, An 
incendiary, a malignant or mis- 
chievous man. 

■er°s£>&o-ifo tamasintsu, v- n. To delay, 

tarry, or linger. 
W°a6&>> tayamu, s. A rarity. 
eT'oaae^, ir ^^ tayittu, tayettu* s. 

An amulet. 
"UMg'sSx) tarakamu, s. Protection, 
er^s^e^ taratamyamu, s. More or 

less. 2. State or condition. 3. Com- 
parison, or distinction. 

"ST'tftfsSbKb— «^tf&oa5o, eT'tfS.oo tarasa- 
magu--t'^rasintsu, taiasillu, v. a. 
To meet, or approach. 2. To en- 
gage in battle. 

"5T°§3» tarikhu, s. Date, era. 



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229 



"cT^otf-Talwara 



sr&tari, r. n. To lurk, or lie in 

wait. 2. To wander. 3. To move 
about, in a busy officious manner. 
4. To become lean or emaciated. 

"S"°tks5a-*& taruinarii, s. Disorder, con- 
fusion. 
"«r o -xr o k_ ra tarkaria, 5. Proof. 

■^ Tr°^_£?o-l5b tarkar.intsu, v. a. To 
convince ; to prove. 

ir'&v tartsu, v. a. To join as planks, 
&c. 2. To set as precious stones. 

1T6:\ t.rpu, s. Joining as planks, 
&:c. 2. Setting* as precious stones, 

eT'eao tarru, v. n. To run. 2. To ab- 
scond. 3. To lurk, or lie in wait. 

"ePeJo-Jk tarrintsa, v. Cans. To cause 
to run etc. 

IT'Dc^b talintsu, v. a. To season 
food. ■€F°Do^)talimpu ; 5. The season- 
ing of a dish. 

ePSg talika, s. Any substance rol- 
led into a round shape, between 
the fingers, or bands. 

ir>£)z<mx> talibotfu, s. The small 

piece of gold tied by the bride- 
groom, at the marriage ceremony, 
round the neck of the bride. 

■^"°ex> tain, s. vide sSss^ao tappalu. 
U'ex^ taltsu, v* a. To dress, or put 
on. 2. To assume a form, or shape. 

3. To twist thre d by the spindle. 

4. To fan, or winnow, in a basket. I 



X$rs-sfoo-<3-»2x^ garbhamudaltsu,To 

conceive a child. oi*<-sr>ex>\ egadal- 

tsu, 'l'o deceive. 
"eT'fg'cdw talakamu, s Yellow orpi- 

ment. 
Mr 8 if 3 © §* talapatrika, s. A cymbal- 
iT'fr-ax) talamu, s. Beating time in 

music.2. Musical time, or measure. 

3. A short span, one measured by 
the thumb and the middle finder. 

4. A cymbal of bell metal, or brass. 

5. The palmyra tree. w*$£\c£&x> 

talavrintamu, A fan of palmyra 
leal 

w°$ s6ao talamu, s. A lock. 2. A key; 
but the latter meaning is more 
properly expressed by u'Ss'sSm^ 
a, «r°f scw^oooo talamuchevi, tala 
muchevyi. 

w>P tali, s. A breast plate. 2. vide 
"€r o ©ir e fe>D t'.libottu. 

w°& talu, v. n. To bear, or suffer. 2. 
To forbear, or take patience. 3. 
To wait, or stop. 

-&°&r°& tdlukonu,*. Comp. To take 
patience. 

"eT'PSo tilimi, s. Forbearance, pati- 
ence. 

iTV'oti&x, 'eT'o^^sSM talwaramu, ta- 

varamu, s. A shelving roof, sup- 
ported by pillars. 



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230 



S^ L "7r o -Tinnaga 



«T°s5^s5oo tavaramu, adj. Fixed, sta- 
tionary, stable, immoveable. 

w°£v&>i tavalamu, s. A place. 2. A 
house, residence, or abode. 

w* ssfsSw tavalamu, 5. A string of 
beads, &c. 

•ej°s tavi,s. Fragrance, scent, odour. 
-§r»&&P>15 tavinune, Uttur. 

"eT ^ tavu, s. A place. 2- An abode, 
residence, or bouse. 



© g tindi, s. Food, eating. ©o&5f_2 
tindikatte, A female glutton. © & 
-r°&b-©o &&*«&>, ©o^^b tindikadu- 
tindipotu, tindidu, A male glut- 
ton. 

©3fk_ tik ^ a » s - Madness. G ^'- Mad. 
SS^-afca tikkabatiu, To become 
mad. 

©K tiga, 5. Three. ©Ks> otf tigavan- 
tsa, Four. These words are gene- 
rally used at games. 

©Xb%5b tigutsu, v. a> To take, or lift 
up. 

8& titta, 5. A heap of straw. 

©k» tittu, 0. a. To abuse, or revile. 
s. Abuse, bad language. ©gisS" 5 ^ 
tittubotu, A person who gives 
abuse. 



©J) titti, s. A purse. 2. A leather 
bag. 3. A sheep or goat skin. 4. 
The bag of a bag pipe. r°£>&)© © 
A pair of bellows. 

©§ tithi, 5. A lunar day, of variable 

length ; being that period during 
which the moon travels through 
twelve degrees of her orbit ; it 
commences at different periods of 
the solar day, with which it by 110 
means corresponds. 2. The annual 
ceremony which Hindoos perform 
to their deceased ancestors. 
©& tinu, v. a. To eat. &&%o&i tini- 
pintsn, v. Caus. To cause to eat ; 
to feed. "Swxex>©s5bdebbalutinu, To 
receive blows, or be beaten. ^>s5c» 
©x6 sommutinu, To make away 
with property, ©£>©;& titlutinu, 
To suffer abuse, ^^xas^^va 

dugadditinnadu, lit He ate straw. 
He is a fool, or a silly fellow, he 
talks foolishly 

©(&& tinuku, v. n. To strain, in eas- 
ing nature. 

Qtf\ tf, Stf^tf^j&a tinnana, tinnadana- 
ma, s. Slowness. 2. Straightness. 
3. Merit, worth. Ss^a tinnani,a(i/\ 
Worthy, good, excellent. 2. Slow. 
3. Straight. 

®$\tt» tinnaga, adv. Slowly. 2. 
Straightways, directly. 3. Proper- 
ly. 4. Well, in good health. 



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— 6 



231 



©eft-Tiri! 



^■^ tinne, s. A high raised seat, or 
sitting place, outside of the house 
&c. A pial. 

©•3^ tippa, s. A hillock. 

§^§1? tippatige, s The creeper 
termed Heartleaved moon seed. 
Menispermum cordifolium. 

©sS^tippu, v. a. The causal form of 
© & fio tirugu, q. v. To turn round; 
to turn back ; to turn over. 2- To 
wind up as a watch. 3- To change, 
or alter ; to revoke as an order, 
&c. 4. To turn away the face. 5. 
To put off, or make one often re- 
turn. 6. To make to move, turn, 
or wander about- 7. To be giddy. 
8. To stop, or check, a disease, or 
the effects of poison. ©sS\&> tippata, 
Walking, wanderirjg. 

ths**^*** tippukonu, v. Comp. A per- 
son to return. 2. To retire. 3. To 
oppose. © l^otfo tippiveyu, To 

reject, or return any thing. 
©sSaotfb timuru, 5. Numbness. 2. Th e 

palsy. 3. Pride 5 arrogance, v. n. 

To be pround 
©sk^ timmadu, s. A monkey. 
©s&^ timmana, s. Goodness. 
©sS^tfsSss timmanamu, s. A mixture 

— <5 

of milk, jaggory, and flour, boiled 
together. 



©dSS§, ©c*6§$ tiyya, tiyyani, adj. 

Sweet. 2. Not sour. ©as&§£,©aB8gS 

tfsSw tiyyana, tiyyadanamu, s. 

Sweetness. ©o85§^,;& tiyyamra- 

nu, The sugar cane. 
©csScsSm tiyyamu, adj. Acceptable. 

©tftfe) tiragali, s- A hand mill. 

©tf sSx> tiramu, adj, Immoveab]e, firm, 

2. Constant. 
©^->^_^55oo, ©tf % <sso tiraskaramu. 

tiraskriya, s. Disrespect, contempt, 
reproach, abuse, insult. 

©tf#k_ao-3b tiraskarintsu, v. a. To 
abuse, insult, or reproach. 

©6"5i>«5» tiripemu,*. Alms. ©8*5>tt>2& 
tiripegadu, A beggar. 

©9£2&3 ©eibKb^sjJsb tirivadu, tiru- 
gudupadn, 0, n- To be in disorder, 
or confusion; as applied to a crowd 
army, &c 

©&Kb tirugu, v. n. To turn ; to turn 
round, to turn back, to return. 2. 
To change, as the wind ; to be re- 
voked, as an order. 3. To move, 
wander, or travel about. 4. To be 
giddy. 5. To go back, go away, 
or cease ; as applied to diseases, 
or the effects of poison. 

©55\, ©&K tirigi, tiruga, ado. A gain. 
©&Ka&> tirugabadu, To change or 
alter. 2. To revolt, to oppose. 3. 



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dcsft-Tiyu 



To fail in a promise. 8&&sS-*s&> 
tirugubotu, A gallant ; as being 
constantly moving about. ©& "^^ 
otfo tirugacheyu, To do over again. 

©&•& tirutsu, v. a. To beg alms, 

©tib^?" tirunalla, s. Any festival at 
a Hindoo temple. 

©&£tfcXsS*>ex> tiruvarangamulu, s. 
plu. A kind of paddy. 

©5 r tirlika, s. A light. 2. A lamp. 

©eJ tirri, s. Twist. 

©eaaXsS-^ tirrugabota, s. Seasoning 
in meat. 

©woXex) tirrngallu, s. vide ©tfX© tira- 
gali, 

©eao^o tirrugu, p. w. To whirl round. 

©*»Koe& tirruguclu, s. vide ©&?fo£o 
tiruguclu, Under ©«bxb tirugu. 

©e45 tirrri, s. A sort of basket, for 
catching fish. 

SteSo-tSb tilakintsu, v. a. To see, to 
look. 

©eiex) tilalu, s. plu. The gingily oil 
seeds. Sesamnm orientale. ©w^r* 
eS&d&tilaghatakudu, An oil-mong- 
er. ©aocsSo^sSw tilayantranm, An 
oil press. 

©DoXsSdo, $£;2\x5m tilingamu, tilipsa- 
mu, s. A very large snake. 



&oy£ tivasf, s. A carpet. 

t>$3b tivutsu, v- a. Me ©&-& tigu 

tsu. 
&$& tivuru, ?;. a. To wish. 



§o # ex> tindralu, 5- £>/w. Splendour, 
brightness, lustre. fe^oifc tmdrin 
tsu, To shine, glare, or gleam. 

§X, 5 1? tiga, tige, s. Any vine, or 
creeping plant. 2. 'Ihe string of a 
lute, &c. B. A golden ornament 
which Hindoo women wear about 
their neck. &HKe££ tigeganika, 
The creeping bent grass. 

&&> tit a, 5. The itch. 2. An itching. 

§S>, &%) tfpi, tfpu, 5. Sweetness. The 
latter word also denotes a stretch- 
ing pain, or pain in general ; and 
in this latter sense, is derived from 
&oaoo tiyu, q, v. 

§-:sfc> tiyu, v. a. To draw, or pull. 2. 

To take. 3. To draw out 4. To 
draw back ; to open. 5. To with- 
draw from an office •, to dismiss, or 
discharge. 6. To draw out from ; 
to discover, or find. 7. To draw, 
or rub, one substance upon an- 
other , so as to grind down the 
softer ; as sandalwood, upon stone. 
8. To take, buy, or purchase, for 
money. 9. To take, receive, or 
collect. 10. To take, or pull off; 
to carry away. 11. To take out; 



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5<S.j&».Tikslir«amu 



to excavate, or dig. v- n. To with- 
draw, diminish, go away, disap- 
pear, or cease. 2. To draw up or 
pain, as applied to any member of 
the body. 

t^oooo-db tfyintsn, v. Cans. To cause 

to draw, or pull, &c. 
&tf<6:« tiramu, a*. A shore, or bank. 

&tf>, §«» tint, tfrru, v. n. To be finish- 
ed, completed, concluded, or ended. 
2. To elapse- 3. To be qualified, 
or skilled. 4. To be settled, decid- 
ed, or solved. 5. To be liquidated. 

5&j tfrpu, s. A decree, award, or de- 
cision. 2. An agreement. 3. A 
settling, or final arrangement. 

&&}* «Wn tirtsu, tfrrtsu, v. a- To 
finish, complete, conclude, or end. 
2- To qualify another. 3. To settle, 
decide, or solve. 4. To liquidate. 
5. To adorn an idol. 

58jo-iSb tirpiutsu, v. C'aus. To cause 
to finish, &o. oar»cxjo^s53o5eo\ vayasa 

mutirtsu, A crow to cross from 
the left, to the right side, which 
the Hindoos consider a goocl omen. 
aXbe»&&v digulutirtsu, To remove 
fear. s5X§«o^ pagati'rtsu, To reven- 
ge. sSo*otf«6x&tf^ samsayamutlr- 
tsu, To solve a doubt. tt»^»s5c»5 
^r°sbdahamutirtsukonu, To qu- 
ench thirst. 



&&S5" tiruva, s. Duty, customs. 
§tfsx» tfrthamu, s. Water. 2. Water 

in which an idol or sacred stone 
has been bathed, used in admi- 
nl-terinr oaths to Sudras, and 
constituting the common drink 
the Brahmans. 3. Any holy place, 
or place of pilgrimage ; but espe- 
cially such as are situated along 
the course of s.icred streams, or in 
the vicinity of some sacred spring, 
or piece of water. 

§mo tirru, s. Beauty. 2. Manner, 
mode, way. adj. Beautiful. ^%b 
esosfc^lx okatirrumanishi, A per- 
son of peculiar temper, or habits. 

&ss tiva, s- vide &K tiga. 

^sso-^ tivantsa, s. vide SKsSo-iS' tiga- 
vantsa, Under 9K tiga. 

§5525s5so tivaramu, s. Speed, swift- 
ness, haste, hurry, adj. Speedy, 
quick. ^S8oo5btivarintsu, v. a. To 
hasten, or hurry. 

5£cj6, 5 "3 tiviya, tive, s. vide &K 
tiga. 

9 SS" «6» tivramu, s. vide &sstf:6x> ti- 
varamu. 2. Heat. adj. Hot. adv. 
Much, excessively. 

%£k&x> tikslinamu, §. Heat, warmth, 
id 

pungency. 2. Haste, hurry, adj. 
Hot. warm, pungent. 2. Zealous, 
active, keen, intelligent. 3 Sharp. 
4. Quick. 

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234 



&> ©8-Tuttiri 



<3b 

&>o-i5b, 3&o$S) tuntsu, tumpu, v. «. To 
pluck ; to gather ; to break off. 

&>o&) ttinta, s. A piece of sugar cane. 
adj. Wicked, mischievous, impu- 
dent. «kofeo£^sfc» tuntatanamu, s. 
Impudence. &>chd tuntari, s. A 
wicked or impudent person. &00& 
s^^ tuntavilkadu, s. The Hin- 
doo cupid, whose bow is of sugar 
cane. 

&>oto> ttmtlu, s. plu. The hips, or 
loins. 

&oo2&, «^)o"S55m tundu, tundemu, s. A 

piece. &>o3o-&> tundintsu, v. a. To 
cut into pieces. 

&>o25**x> tundamu, s. The belly. &, 
a tundi, ad/. Pot-bellied. 2. Hav- 
ing a large or prominent navel. 

&>o2$b£&Sb tunduduku, s. A wicked, 
or mischievous, person. 

«&>o$&e», &>o$& tumpurulu, tum- 
purlu, s. plu. Thin rain. 2. Spittle 
accidentally ejected, when one 
speaks with emphasis. 

&>o~t$zr>&i tumpesaladu, v. To agi- 
tate, or move. 

&>o£>8$m tnmbamu, s, A long gourd. 
&>c£) tumbi, s. The plant itself. 



r 



&>rsk> tukamu, s. Estimate, or va- 
luation. 

«k&k_ tnkku, s. Any worthless, or 
useless, thing, adj. Useless. 

e^b§o^— tukku, s. Offspring, children 

&»4ty_tfs5w tukkharamu, s. An ar- 
row, 

«&-£5\ste> tuchchhamu,ad//. Void, emp- 
ty. 2. Small, little. 3. Abandoned, 
deserted. 

&02» flb tudzugu, 5. Haste, hurry. acZ/. 
Hasty, hurried. 

&okp>o»o-& tutayintsu, v. n. To spoil 
v. a. To disregard, or contemn. 

€&&0c63o tutumu, 5. t'lde -tf&jffoKaejsSM 
chaturangabalamu. 

&>"?o tutte, s. A bee-hive. 2. A small 
quantity of spoilt grain, useless 
hair, cfec. 

2k>1bsg)8b>fo tuttepurugu, s. A snake, 
so called. 

&>&>3b tudutsu, #. a. To wipe, to 
rub, to clean. &>&>?& tudupu, s. A 
wiping. 2. An erasure, or blotting 
out. &>&>$&& tudupubadu, To 
be blotted. 

5&&)s6c» tudumu, s. A kind of drum. 

&> ©8^3 fc» tuttirichettu, s. The pop- 
lar leaved sida. Sida populi folia. 






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235 



^3o«S»-Tulamu 



&>% tuda, s. The end, or point. &>&> 
&>a tuttatuda, The very point. &> ! 
tfso tudanu, At last. 

^rSSS &o»cssS tunaka, tuniya, 5. A 
piece, or bit. &>$o3k tuniyu, v. n. 
To be cut to pieces, v. a. To cut 
to pieces. 

&>;&Kb tunugu, v. n. To be broken 
to pieces. 

^o^bsfoa tunumu, e?. a. To cut to 
pieces ; to kill. 

tfcsr 6 © tunikola,s. A peculiar weigh- 
ing machine. 

&>*-*! tupaki, s. A gun, musket, or 
matchlock. &>irltffe5oa$b tupakiga- 
ttintsu, To load a gun. &>2r»#-5r* 
ex>-& tupakikalutsu, To fire a gun, 

&;$} tuppa, s. A small bush. 

&)^tfex> tupparalu, 5. vide eko^tfbew 
tumpurulu. 

^b^ tuppu, s. Rust. 

&>-^p>?53 tuphanu, 5. A violent gale, or 
storm. 

^bsfcotfc, «fc «& ^» do tumuru, tuttumu- 
ru, s. vide «&&o5m turumu. 

^sSwosSw tumulamu, s. A mingled, 
or tumultuous combat ; uproar, 
tumult ; tumultuous sound, or 
noise, adj. Tumultuous, noisy. 



^sSw^ turamu, v. a. To sneeze. £ A 

sneeze. 
&>^ a tummeda, s. A very large 

black wild bee. 
&>tfg turaka? s. A mussulman. adj. 

Of or belonging to that tribe. 
&)tt>oqf> turayi, s. A head ornament, 

in the shape of a feather. 2. A no- 
segay. 
&>a&oS», &>&«& turitamn, turutu, s. 

Speed, haste, adj. Quick. &>&&§ 

tf>j turututirpu, Quick time in 

music. 
&>&fo turugu, v. a. To stuff in. 
&>t5bs5w turumu, s. Powder, dust, 

small bits. v. a. To reduce to 

small bits, or to powder. 
5k&s&k_2& turushkudu, s. vide &>tfs* 

turaka. 
^btfcsfco turyamu, adj. Fourth. 2. 

Speedy, hasty. 
&>esoX£>, ^oefKSturrangali, turragali, 

s. Splendour, brightness. 
&eao;cDo-& turrangalintsu, v. a. To 

shine. 

<& <*»**» turrumu, v. a. To dress with 

flowers, s. A female's hair, tied 
in a tuft. 

&>«*> turrru, 5. Speed, haste. 

sfce>s*» tulamu, 5. The weight \>fon« 

rupee, or 30 Canteroy fanams. 



&>sx)ZS tuluva, 5. A low, impudent, 
or mischievous person, adj. Im- 
pudent. 

&s>cj5m tulyamu, adj. Like, resembl- 
ing, equal, or analogous. 

&>& tullu, v> n. To be elated: to 
shew pride, s. Pride ; joy- 

«&tfotf tuvvara, s. A shower, or driz- 



tfT»3£-Tulika 



zling ram. 

&ro&> tuku, s. Hanging. «fcr» &&■=<£> 
tukutlyu, v. o. To hang. *&>&&* 
s6 tuknmauu, s. A gibbet. 

&r°fo tijgu, e>» w. To sleep. 2. To be 
weighed, s. Sleep, drowsiness. <5on> 
45i> tutsu, v. a. To weigh. 

&r* lb o3b tu pintail* P. CWs. To cause 
to weigh. 

&r>^ tunika, .?• A weight. 

&p>k» tutu, 5. A hole. &r*&T*&i tiita- 
du, To make holes. 

«Jcr»fewS'>« tutnkattu,^. ?z. To be torn; 
to have holes. e£p>&x;S>&> tutupa- 
du, v. n. To have holes. % To sus- 
tain loss. 

&nth tucju, s. The film or fibres of 
the lotus. **r»e&aoS tududindi, 
The swan, which is said to feed 
on these fibres. 



. 



&r°£>?<, &r>%K tuniga, tuniga, s 
kind of butterfly, often seen be- 
fore rain. 

&r»c& tiipu, s. An arrow. ikr°$)&r>%) 
tt(j- tupurupurikka, The 22d lu- 
nar mansion, from it's similitude 
to an arrow. 

dbn>^)TT'^ tupurasi,s A drain, a water 
course. 

s£r°<&>o tumu, s. A sluice, or flood gate. 
2. A drain, or water course. 3. A 
certain Indian measure, in the Ta- 
mil termed a markal. 

&r>K tura, s. Drizzling rain. % A 
kind of aquatic animal. &n& tura, 
??. «. To drizzle as rain. 

&r>Q turi, s. A time ; -as Zjg&r*Q 
okaturi, Once. 

&r»&sg), dcntf^ turupu, turpu, s. The 
east. iwgf. Eastern. 

efo-*~o ) e£> t t^r»Tr^^io&» turpettu, tur- 

parabattu, v. 2. To winnow grain 
lit. To lift to the eastward. 

&r»«» tii itu, v. n. To enter in. 

&r*e>fT°£& tulanadu, v. a. To speak 
contemptuously of another. 

e&r-oDS' tuiika, 5. A painting brush, 
or pencil. 2. A pen. 3. A mattress, 
or quilt. 4. .A bed ; a down or cot- 
ton bed. 



"3o2&-Tendu 



Z'dl 



"3>fc?v.Tegulii 



^r»e)o tulu, v. n. T*o faint, grow fee- 
ble, stagger, or reel. 2. To hang 
down. &r°e)o-&) tulintsu, v. Cans. 
To cause to faint, &c 

&\n&o triii amu, 5. Grass, or any 
gramineous plant, including reeds, 
corn, &c. 2. Any thing contempti- 
ble as grass, or straw. 

tfv lb tripti, s. Satisfaction; content, 
pleasure, tf* z&* triptamu, adj 

Satisfied, pleased. 

*§o3 tenki, s. vide l^ol tedk'i. 

Ho-ifc, "§o$ tentsu, tempu, v. a* The 
causal form of Hfo tegu, q. v. To 
break, or tear, as applied to ropes, 
threads, &c, or to the artificial 
holes bored in the ear or nose for 
ornaments. er'&illo^b tadutentsu, 
To break a rope, or string ; figura- 
tively, this phrase denotes either 
to ruin a person, to destroy every 
support he may have, or, apj.-l.ed 
to females, to become a widow, 
from the custom, on a husband's 
death, of breaking the string 

which ties the wdTS^ba talibottu, 
q. V. 
15o2& tendu, v. n. To sleep. 



Ho«& tempu, s. Bravery, daring. 2. 
Liberality. 3. A breaking, vide 
Ho^-l^oSQ tentsu-tempari, 5. A 
brave or liberal person. 

H$"§tf tekatera, adv. Undesignedly, 
unintentionally. 

H§k_e)-^e& tekkalikadu, s. Making 
in the plural. ir^STT ^ tekkali- 
karru, A thief. 

•§X tega, s. Sort, kind, or class. 

■SK^-do tegataru, v. n. To die, or 
expire. Hx&ntf^ tegatartsu, v. a. 
To kill, or assassinate. 

"§?(<&> tegadu, v. a. To censure, or 
chide. 

Htfb tegu, v. n. To be broken, as 
applied to ropes, threads, &c, or 
to the holes in the nose or ears for 
ornaments, also to the banks of 
lakes or tanks. 2- To be cut with 
a sharp instrument. 3 To be sharp; 
to cut, as applied to such instru- 
ments. 4. To die. 

Urtbifc tegutsu, v a. To kill. 2. To 
dare. 3. To break a rope, &c H?C 
£>>&, "Sfto-ifctegabadu, tegintsu, i/. 
n. To dare or venture- Hx^£b te- 
ganadu, To speak rigorously. "§jc 
"^occo tegaveyu, To cut off. "SrtbaS 
tegubadi, Ploughing. 

Hfio^o tegulu. s. Disease, sickness. 



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238 



13&£)-Terupu 



HKbsS" teguva, s. Sharpness. 2. Libe- 
rality, daring. 

H-ifc\ tetstsu, v. a. To bring. 

H-ifc\r , tfo tetstsukonu, v. Comp. To 
bring: for one's own advantage. 
£X3&H-L5bv§^sfc buddhitetstsukonu* 
To recover one's senses. ssbtf&>\Sb 
~%&\&*&> manassukutetstsukonu. 
To understand, to recollect, lit. 
To bring to one's mind. 

Hf^oofo teppintsu, v. Caus.To cause 
to bring. 2. To send for any thing. 

"§&» tettu, s. A bound-hedge, round 
a city, or fort. 

H£&> teddu, s. An oar, or paddle. 2. 
A wooden ladle. 

II as Kb tenugn, s. vide Hex>Kbl5$5\o-i5b 

telugutenigintsu, To translate or 
turn into Telugu. 

H^ tennu, s. Way, road. 

"^Hi teppa, si A raft, or float. 

&a> tepparralu-tepparru-teppirrlu- 
teppirrulu, teppirru, v. n. To re- 
cover from illness. 2. To escape 
from danger. 3. To bo cautious. 
Htf^olSex), UsS^tflSex) teppaladelu, te- 

ppunadelu, v. n. To increase, or 
exceed. 

°@tf*tf teppuna, adv. Quickly. 

"^j&£ temada, s. Phlegm. 



Hsfc&o-tfb temalintsu, v. a. To move, 
or shake. 

13ss>, temma, s, vide "is& tema, Wet. 
adj. Wet. 

H-30^ e5 temmerra> s. The wind ; as 
dispelling wet-- 

Itf tera, s. A screen, curtain, or 
blind. Itf ^r°;s teratsapa, A. screen- 
mat. 2. A ship's sail. HtfHtf7r» te- 
raterag^, adv. At intervals. 

Htf Kb teragu, s. A way, road, or path. 

2. Mode, manner. 

"§tf£-l§tf S>, "Be a terapa-terapi, teripi, 
s. vide lies 3 terrapa, Under H&s^b 
terratsu. 

Htfe>7r» teralaga, adv. Loudly. 

Htfew teralu, v. ra. To open, or dis- 
appear, as clouds. 2. To move. 

"§tfs$, Ht&$ teravu, teruvu, s. An 
opening. 2. A way, road, or path. 

3. Manner, means. 4. Order, ar- 
rangement. Htfbssa teruvari, A tra- 
veller. Htfc-srofeM-g- 6 ^ teruvatuka- 
du, A high way-man. ■sr»»'3tf>$gb 
^ss'jfo vaniteruvukupovaddn, Dont 
go near him. Have nothing to say 
to him. 

Hbb?g)s6?5b;g) terupumarupu, s. Con- 
fusion of mind. 



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239 



"§X-Tega 



Hw, ^3» terra, terrra, a J/. Open. 5. 
A plain. 

Hfcs&ss terrakuva, s. Wisdom, pru- 
dence. 

HesKo terragu, s. vide Htf;$ teravu. 

Hw-tfb, "3eoi-t5b terratsu, terrutsu, v. a. 
To open. H&sss terrapa, s. An open- 
ins:. 2. Disclosure. 3. Cessation, 
suspension. 4. An interval. 5. Lei- 
sure. 

HesexD terrain, v. n. To pervade, as 
scent, or perfume. 2. To flow over, 
in boiling. Hea^ex^ terrakolpu, v. 
a. To cause a perfume to pervade. 

"lea 55 terrava, s. A woman. 

Ha"7T°oo telagalu, s. plu. vide Hsxjfib 
telugu. 

HD teli, 5. 0«de Ho tella. 

USS'&oS telikapindi, s. The flour of 
the sesamum seed, after oil has 
been expressed from it. 

HS0360 teliyu, v- n. To be understood, 
known, conceived, or comprehen- 
ded. 

Hswjg) telupu, v. a. To explain, or 
make known. 

Hoo^r ** telusukonu, v. Comp. To 
understand, to know. 

Hsa, H©a& telivi, telividi, $, Under- 
standing, intellect, 



Hex>§be><cp2& telukulavadu, s. An oil- 
monger. 

HwKb telugu, Si The Telugu langu- 
age, adj. Of or belonging to that 
language, or country. 

H"3 tele, s. vide s'o-S'sSm kantsamu. 

Ho ,H£> tella, teli.s.The colour white. 
Ho -US, "Bo » tella-teli, tellani,aefy\ 
White, fair. "galiwsy^ telatelabo 
vu, To become pale. 

Hoocg) telupu, 8. Whitness. 

Ho *^ea> tellavarru, v. n. To dawn, 
to grow white. 

Ho -s^eJ tellavarri, 5. The dawn, the 
morning. Hoboes- tellavarlw, Un- 
til dawn, or morning. Ho s^Qo-db, 
Ho oa^tibv tellavarintsujtellavartsuy 
To wake until dawn, or morning. 
oSioHo -5r>& panitellavaru, lit. Bu- 
siness to become white. To be dis- 
appointed, or ruined ; to become 
bankrupt. 

Hoo tellu, v. n. To overflow, in boil- 
ing. 

H$oo tevulu, s. vide Hriboo tegulu. 

"i§os5 tekuva, s. Understanding, in- 
tellect. 

~§X tega, s. The sprout of the pal- 
myra nut, when first planted. 



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240 



*iew-TeIa 



"Sxdfl tegada, adj. vide II35S0 teyu. 
Wasted by use, as applied to coins. 
"ix&tfr>£ tegadaruka, A smooth, 
rubbed, or wasted fanam. 

"«§?(sk» tegamu, s. vide iT'cX^oo tya- 
ganra. 

~§ 23 sSoo , 1§ as <xk tej ami] ,tej a ssu, s. Splend- 
our, ligbt, lustre. 2. Fame, glory. 
~id3dvo> ~§2sdox) tejarilu, tpjarillm 
v. n. To shine, or gleam. 

~§£, Hd? tpji, tcji, s. A horse. 

ll&> teta, s. Clearness, purity. 2. 
Beauty. 3. A clear understanding. 
adj. Clear, pure. 2. Handsome, 
beautiful. 3. Evident, obvious. 

"^6o^fe9n5D tetaparratsu, To clear up, 
to explain. li6oss&> tetapadu, To 
be clear, or evident. 

"itB tefci, s. vide &-& > & tummeda. 

1§C30\ tentsu, v. a. To belch. ~§&t& 
tenupu, 5. A belch. 

l§a tedi, s. The day of the solar 
month. 

-§-*, tene, s. Honey. ~$-3&K tenetig?), 
A bee. ~lis1B5-lll$£&», Hl3&o"^:> 
tenetera-tenepattu, ienetutte, 5. 
Honeycomb- "i*^e^e;ex> tenetola- 
lu, s, plu* A kind of sweet- 11. eat. 
^^■freTr* tenesara, A spirituous li- 
quor, made of honey. 



I ~§& tepa, 5. A raft, or float- 2. In- 
crease. 3. Lightness, slightness. 
4. A time. 

~$$) t ■■pu, v. vide lirsox tentsu. 

Hak tema, s. Wet, damp. acfy*. Wet ; 
damp. 

lls&tfsSM tsmanamu, s. i;i^e ©ssb-tfaSoa 
timmanamu. 

"ioaoa teyu, v. n. To waste, by being 
handled, used, or rubbed. 

"©tf tera, a-ofy'.Free of cost, or charge. 
"itf§c,lltf TV teraku, teraga, Gratis; 
for nothing. 

ifdb teru, s. An idol car ; a car. v. 
n. To be saved from danger, tore- 
cover from illness. 2. To reach- if 
£!§&> kadateru, To be finished, 
or ended. Hbor*^ tcrukonu, To 
recover one's strength ; to be con- 
valescent. 

^&J<& terugada, s. The settlement 
of an account ; a conclusion. 

l! e iir*#-&j-°nft, llelxfcnikterrikonatsu 
tsu, territsiitsu, v. a. To gaze ear- 
nestly, to look steadfastly. 

~i&x> terra, v. n. To be clarified, li 
eo)x terrtsa, v. a- To clarify. 

llew telu, s. A scorpion. 9. n. To 
float. 2. To be settled, or arrang- 
ed. 3. To settle, or fix, on a per- 
son. "^ewr'oS telukondi* The 
scorpion's sting; 



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tS^&j-Totla 



"<§©o-i5b fcelintsu, v. Cans. To cause to 
float, &c. 2. To glance, as applied 
to the eyes. 

llss" telika, s. Lightness, adj. Light. 

2. Easy, simple. 

Q 

2^ws6do tailamu, 5. Oil. 2. Ointment. 

<§"°o?Ce) tongali,s. Splendour, bright- 
ness, adj. Splendid, bright, sparkl- 
ing. 

^o/fo tongu, v. n. To sleep. «S^o 
7foo&> tongundu, v. n.To lie down, 
or recline. ^oA^fo-o^b tongitsii- 
tsu, v. a. To peep. 

&*ok% tonti,a<i/.Former. s. The joint 
of the hip. 

<>T*o29 tonda, s. A chamelion. 2. That 
animal, of the lizard kind, com- 
monly at Madras termed the blood- 
sucker. 

^o&oSm tondamu, s. An elephant's 
trunk. 

<§"oT5->£5b tondadu, v. a. To be con- 
stantly hurr\ ing another. 

^o&tf tondara, s. Trouble, amnyy- 
ance, plague, vexation. 2. Danger. 

3. Pis tress. 

^o^^sSdo tondalamu, s. Boiled juice 
of tamarinds, mixed with two or 
three kinds of vegetables. 



&**y- tokka, s. The skin. 2. A hide. 
3. The rind of fruit. 4. The bark 
of a tree. 

^r/j-fc) tokkata, s. Distress. 

^%-tokku, v. a. To tread; to 
step. 2. To trample on. 3. To 
pound, or bruise, certain fruits, 
or certain grains with a little 
water. 

^§0?^ tokkti, s. Any thing thus 
pounded 

<§"§k_oa& tokkintsu, v. Cans. To 
cause to tread, &c. 

£~*X toga, s. A water-lily. 

^K&, £-*;&& togaru, toguru, s. 
Red colour. 2. Bed coloured 
thread, adj. Bed. tS^X&s^&k-^) 
ewfio togarumukkupulugu, A par- 
rot ; from it's red beak. 

<§-°fe3 totti, s. A manger * a trough. 
Postpos. Together with, in com- 
pany with. 

^° fcSrfctf toUikattu,s. An open square, 
with buildings on each side, of 
one or more of which the native 
houses consist. 

(S^^so^-eT^ex), eT 9 ^^ totra- 
padn-totrilu, totrnpadu, v. n. To 
be perplexed, or confused. 

^ > ,fc»,^r 5 ^>, ^.So.tnfcoo totrupat:.:, to 
trapatu, s. Confusion, perplexity. 
#••&> tot la, s. A child's cradle. 



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<§-*(y-Tola 



^Stoda, s. The thigh. 3-°£sg)fcp$ 
todaputtuvu, s. The merchant or 
Vysya caste ; as sprung from the 
thigh of Bramha. 

&»&ofo ,<3^&Xb todangu, todagu, v. 
a. To dress, or pat on, as clothes, 
&c 2. To prepare. 

&*&££*$ todakapovii, v. a. Con- 
tracted from (T^r^d-s^ toduko 
nipovu, Under «§-*£& todu, q. v. 

£">&& todaru, v. a. To obtain. 2. 
To excite, to provoke. 3. To hesi- 
tate in speaking. 

3"°aK>e& todibadu, v. n. To be per- 
plexed, or confused. 

&*&!!* todime, s. The foot stalk of 
a leaf, fruit, or flower. 

«S^^b§o toduku, s. A cow. 

#*C&«o todugu, v. a. To dress, or 
put on as clothes. 2. To place the 
arrow on the bow. 

£-*&>7& toclugu, s. A dress; dress. 

<r°SAo^5b todigintsu, v. Cans. To 
cause to dress, &c 

^a&for^^^r^j-.so todugukonu, 
todukkonu, v. Comp. To dress, 
tto-^&^^osg) bangarutodupu, A 
gold covering. 

£r°£o-fri todusu, s. Carnal connexion- 

<§^rc>fo tor.agu, v. a. To begin, or 
commence. &°zx>%) tonnpu, v. a. 
To be constantly repeating the 
same words. 



^ewSo tonuku, v. .n. To wave, or 

be agitated, as water. v> a. To 
agitate water with the hand. 

<§"&> tottu, s. A female maid- ser- 
vant* or slave. 

^°rf tona, s. One of the divisions 
in an orange, and in other similar 
fruits. 

^sss^oiSo tonnundUj^.w.Tolie down, 

or recline ; to repose one's-self. 
^55cr» 60 tommadu, v. a. To spoil. 
gr>c&o 8 toyyali, s. A woman. 
«T°^ tora, *. From s. «^-?r» twara, q. v. 
^tfKo toragu, v. n. To shed. 
^tfsSrtsSw torapariamu, s. Agimblet. 
<§**&&> toralu, v. n. To be mixed. 
8r>d8~°Q toritori, adv. Well, proper- 

V 

£~°a o&> torlintsn, v. a. To reduce 
the heat of boiling water, by pour- 
ing cold water into it. 

e^esTfo torragn, v. n. To slacken, or 
become loose. 

(S^&sfeo-^*?, &*& tarrata-torrra, to 
rra, s. A hole, or cavity ; a hol- 
low. 

&^e| torrri, s. A maim, or defect. 

&»<^<do torrrulu, s. plu. Cattle. £r> 
e£»s^» torrrupattu, A cow-house. 

(§^0 tola, s. vide &*$ tona. 



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243 



3*£-T6da 



<§^<yftb tolagu, «. n. To remove, or 
go from one place to another. 2. 
To move, or step aside ; to get 
out of the way. v. a. To transgress. 
&»vKo-& tolagintsu, v. a. To re- 
move, or change from one place 
to another. 

&"°e) toli, s. A hole, or cavity ; a 
hollow, adj. Former, previous. 2. 
Old, ancient. 3. First. 

<§~°S)axr*£c8S-*jg> toliyitayavu, s. A 
cow which has calved for the first 
time. 

<§-*e» tola, adj. First, ^ewsra, eT^ew 
-^>& tolukari, tolukaru, The first 
rainy season. eT°ex>§8o-i5b toluka- 
rintsu, v. n. To rain for the first 
time in the season. £*° ex> §o &> sg> 
tolukudupu, The ceremony of gi- 
ving solid food to a child, for the 
first time ; generally performed 
in the sixth month, ^ewfir* e> to- 
ludolta, At first. 

^°ejo«o tolugu, v. n. vide eT'oTfo 
tolagu. 

^ewofo, ^°e>3v tolutsu, toltsu, «\ a. 

To perforate. 2. To carve wood. 
3. To cleanse, or rinse, a pot, or 
vessel. 

<§"*© tolli, adv. In former times. &* 

CO 

SofeS tollinti, adj. Former. 
<$**£) o-tfc tollintsu, p. a. wrfe 3^8 oxfo 
torlintsu, 



^"H tollika, s. A small instrument, 

for digging, 
^s tova, s. A water-lily. 

tS^sssb tovaru, s. vide ^Xtfc togaru. 
^^ tovvu, v. a. vide g^* tavvn. 

&-*-<§"*£, 3"*2&£ to-toda, toduta, 
postpos. With, along with j the 
sign of the social ablative. 

&*g toka, s. A tail, S^r-dbs^- to- 
katsukka, 5. A comet, lit. A tail- 
ed star. &*g%3&OTS} tokaadintsu, 
To wag the tail. 

<&r*F°i& tokonu, v. vide <§**$& r^afc 
todukonu, Under £^e& todu. 

&*&> toga, v. n. vide &r>7& tugu. 

<§**;& totsu, v. n. This verb is used 
impersonally, with the dative 
case, and denotes To think, con- 
jecture, or conceive. pT°§b«)Jr««S^ 

<oos^a nakuatla tostunnadi, I 
think so. It appears, or seems so> 
to me. 
<§^&> tota, s. A garden. <>r$&>oT*2&, 

&*t£>3Q totavadu, totidu, s. A gar- 
dener. 

^dcn» tota, s. A squib or cracker. 
2. A cartridge. 

&*& toda, postpos. vide ^-^^zw 

ftxtfr^^sM* 30 ^*^*^^ to-toda 
buttuvu-todabattugu, todabuttn, 



&*£ s5s>-T6tramu 



244 



eT*tfsS»-T6ramu 



A sister, or brother; as born with 
one's-self. &* Sr 5 2*ex> todikodalu, 
The wives of two brothers ; joint 
sisters-in-law. <§^&os5ex>&> tocli- 
yalludu, The husbands of two 
sisters; joint brother-in-law. 

«T*&> todu, s. A companion, or as- 
sociate. 2. Assistance, aid. 3. A 
word equivalent to an oath, cor- 
responding with the English by, 
in such phrases as by heaven, &c. 
v. a. To draw, or take up, as water 
from a well or pot. 2. To draw 
aside. 3. To wind up as thread. 4. 
To dig. &*6o^& todukonu, v. a. 
To take with. v. n. To curdle, as 
milk- S^&>§^s>d*^) todukonipovu, 
To take away, along with one's- 
self ; to lead, or conduct, away. 
eT^r^ss^bv todukonivatstsu,To 

bring, along with one's-self. 
^■gsSM todemu, s. A little, a small 

quantity. 
£"*7§*x> todelu, s. A wolf. 
&*&*&, S^o^ti todtoda, todtona, 

O .__0 

adv. Immediately, forthwith. 

eT^Trsfeao todpatu, s Assistance, aid. 

^loiib totentsu, v. To come. 2 To 
accompany. 

#*# !6» tdtramu, s. A stick, or bam- 
boo* with a short iron head, used 
for guiding the elephant, 2. Any 
goad, or pike, for driving cattle. 



j e^sS topa, s. Batter, paste. 
| cT*S> topi, s. A cap ; a hat. 
j &*%> topu, 5. A grove, or tope as it 

I is termed in India ; a tuft of trees. 

2. A push. adj. Red 
#*ao&»;g) tobutuvu, 8. vide fr^ti^ 

toassstodabuttuvu, Under <§~*£toda. 

^55b-oe> tomala, s. A string of flowers, 

&c. 

&*&» tomu, v. a. To rub 2. To clean. 

3. To beat. 

G^Sttoik tomintsu, v. Cans. To cause 
to rub, &c. So^oeT*s5>a pandluto- 
mu, To clean the teeth. 

^o«5s5m toyamu, s. A rarity; any 
thing strange. 2. Association. 

&"*cs6> toyu, v. a. To push, propel, 
thrust, or shove. 2. To reject. 3. 
To annul, to dismiss. 4. To deduct, 
^ft^afio tosiveyu, To push, &c. 
Out ; to reject, annul, &c Alto- 
gether. 

^tfras-xw toranamu, s. A string of 

leaves, flowers, &c. Or sometimes 
of cloth, hung over the door-way, 
or across the high road, on joyful 
or triumphal occasions. 

eT^tfskO tt'ox toramallirayi, s. A 

false diamond. 
eT^tf&Do toramu. s A bracelet. 2. A 

string worn on certain religious 

occasions, round the wrist. 3. 

Beauty. 4. Largeness. 






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245 



^ oSb.Trotsu 



<§^ew tolu, s. The skin of man or 
beast; the rind of fruit ; the bark 
of a tree. 2- Leather, v. «. To drive; 
to drive away. 

£**8o-i5b tolintsu, v. Cans. To cause 
to drive, <fcc. &**»•&*&£ toludal- 
pu, Siva, as clot lied in skin. 
^sxdo^'SsSx) toluvaddemu, A 
drum. 

&*# tova, 6. vide s^ss" dova. 

^g^oo5b tyajintsu, v. a. To abandon, 
quit, leave, or resign. 

TB^jCsfca tyagamu, s. Gift, donation. 
•2. Generosity, liberality, munifi- 
cence. 3. Relinquishing, resigna- 
tion of. er 5 ^ tyagi, s. A giver, a 
donor. 

{&j&>\ tratstsu, v. a. To churn. 
3» osssfca trayainu, adj. Three, s. The 

three. 
^,^)c travvu, v. a. vide &$<% tavvu. 

"ST'.iSb tradu, 5. write "ar°£& tadu, 

No, 2. 
y^^ra trana, s. Strength, power, 

ability, capacity* 
."eT T> .$ travu, v. a. vide w°fo tagn. 



v ^r°,&> trasu, *. A pair of scales, a 
balance. 

A tf «3 ^ r ' PP U > V - °- V ^ e © 53 >J ti PP a - 

^s&rseke-ex) trimtirtulu, s. plu. The 

three principal Hindoo deities ; 

viz. Bhramha, Vishnu, and Siva. 
,©,s5b.tfc trimmaru, v. n. To wander; 

to travel. 
© e)oKs5x> trilingamu, adj. vide "§ex>7& 

telugu. 

s^b.o^b trungu, ». ra. To die, 2. To 
be broken, ^o-sfc truntsu, p. <z. 
To kill. 2. To break, vide. sko^Sb 
tuntsu. 

.«&> ,«6 trullu, v. n. vide &>$■> tulln. 

(3, 

/el^k-Sb trekkonu, #. a. To attain, 

to obtain. 
.H.36 trellu, v. ». To fall. 

V ^ro 

H.s^" trevvana, s. Beauty, adj' 
Beautiful. 

L ^§b^. trokkn, y. a- 0wfo ^§0^- 
tokku. 

^^t5o, < g^^egb trotsu, tropadn, v. 
a. To push. 



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24G 



£o£&-Dandu 



<&*jig) tropu, s. A push. 

. «§^.cx5c» troyu, v. a. vide «§^ort» toyu. 

y&*j°S trova, s. vide &*$ dova. 

^S^' ^ 8 ^ !5m twara, twaritamu, s. 

Haste, hurry, speed, swiftness. 
#ctfssa& twarapadu, v. n. To be in a 

hurry. 
#o$7P twaraga,acfo. Quickly ,hastily, 

$• tha, The thirty-second letter, and 
seventeenth consonant, in the Te- 
lugu alphabet •, no word in the 
language commences with it. 

# da, The thirty-third letter, and 
eighteenth, consonant, in the Telu- 
gu alphabet. 

&o3b dantsa, v. a. To pound, bruise, 
or beat in a mortar. £o7&&> dan- 
gudu, adj. Pounded. 

&ofeo danta, s. A dexterous, clever, 
or intriguing person. 2. A couple, 
or pair. adj. Two. This word, af- 
fixed to others in composition, de- 
notes an agent, or possessor. &o&> 
So ew dantapillalu, Twins. &ob>$&> 
dantapadu, To league, or combine. 

&ofew dantu, s. A stalk. 



a'o£ danda, s. A garland, wreath, or 

necklace of flowers, &c. Postpos. 
Near. 

zso&gi&x, dandakamu, s. A sort of 
metre, the stanza of which ex- 
ceeds 27 syllables, and may ex- 
tend to 200. 

tio&K dandaga, 5. vide XoSsoK dan- 
dnga. 

ao2sX^o!6s5oiew dandagadiyamulu, s. 
phi. A kind of bracelet, worn by 
Hindoos between the shoulder 
and the elbow. 

eSo&^cxwe dandacheyyi, s, The arm, 
between the shoulder and the el- 
bow. 

tfc&ssw dandamu, s. A stick, or staff. 
2. Punishment, castigation. 3. A 
fine. 4. A measure of four cubits. 

So&sSm dandamu, s. Prostration, 
salutation, compliments, respects; 
the joining of the palms of the 
hands, in token of respect. 

tfoTr ^ dandata s. vide ~^-r^ka de- 

gata. 
&o& dandi, adj. Abundant, plentiful. 

So&OT5b dandintsu, v. a. To punish 

to chastise. 

sso^o, £o2&cg) dandn, danduvn, s. An 

arm} 7 , a military force, a camp. 
c5o6^io dandubata, A high road. 

eso"§5&> dandettu, v. n. To levy an 

army ; to wage war. 



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247 



&* e-Daggiri 



tfo2&X danduga, *. A fine. 2- An r 
extra, and unjust assessment. 

so"3sS*> dandemu, s. A rope, &c. 
Upon which clothes are hung to 
dry. 

ftox^e dandy a, 5. A peon, under a 
cutwal. 

ftoe£s5s> dan tarn n, a-. A tooth. 2. Ivory, 
fto^-zptftfsfoo dairtadhavanamu, A I 
tree yielding an astringent resin, j 
Mimosa catechu. 2. A tooth brush. , 

£oll dante, s. An implement, with i 
wooden teeth, used for hoeing 
up the ground, round corn, after 
the plants have risen a little in 
the stalk. 

Soes& dandadi, adv. Exceedingly, 

much. 

tfotftf, fto^tf dandana? dandhana, s. 
Procrastination, delay, putting off 
by false but specious promises. 2. 
Indolence, tardiness, adj. Indo- 
lent, lazy. 

«oo3^^> dampakarrru, s. The plough- 
share with which wet ground is 
tilled. 

&o£&>ex> dampatulu, s.plu. Husband 
and wife. 

&osg) dampn, v. a. vide &cn& dantsu, 
s. Beating, pounding, or bruising. 

tfo^rsSaa dambbamu, s. Fraud, deceit, 
cheating. 2. Hypocrisy. 3. Sin, 
wickedness. 4. Arrogance, pride. 



e^^jfos dakkinamu, s. The south. 

ego^- dakku, v. n. This verb is used 
impersonally, with the dative 
case, and denotes, To come into, 
or remain in, one's possession. 2. 
To be preserved. 3. To be digested. 

s^o-^r^dakkintsukonu, v. 
Comp. To obtain, take, or retain 
possession. 2. To appropriate to 
one's-self what belongs to others. 
3. To preserve, or defend, what 
is one's own. 4. To digest. 

£§k_oo5b dakkintsu, v. Cans. To place 
in the possession of another. 2. To 
defend, or preserve what is an- 
other's. 

ess^k-ex) dakkolu, adj. Occupied un- 
justly. 2. Free of cost, gratis. 

&r°k_?53 dakkonu, v. a. To hide, to 
conceal. 

z$K daga, s. Thirst. 

tfXesK dagadaga, s. Gleam, dazzling. 

& KV° dagala, s. A double quilted 
jacket. 

Sir* daga, s. Deceit, trick, chicanery^, 
imposture. 

aft tf, zliti daggira, daggera, postpos. 

Near/ towards, to, with. zs% 8oo$b 

o 
daggiriutsu, v. n.To draw near, to 

approach. 

$% a daggiri, adj. Near. •&*£%$!§& 

nadaegiraledu, lit. It is not near 

me. I have not got it. 



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& ^85* ox o & - Dabay intsu 



£?& daggu, v. «. To cough, s. A 
cough. 

esKsSw da^dhamu, adj. Burnt, scorch- 
ed, consumed by fire. 

& £k dachchi, 5. The number eight. It 
is used chiefly in games, es&yg&jo 
dachchikadalu, The eight points, 
or quarters, of the world. 

ftkr°o»o-&> datayintsu,#. a. To threa- 
ten, reprimand, or scold- 

£ feos5a:> dattamu, adj. Thick. 2. Close. 
3. Coarse, s. A body, or multitude. 

%&>$ dattna. s. Thickness. 2 Close- 
ness. 3. Coarseness. 

z$&r» dafcta, s, The covering, or cork? 
of large leather bottles, &c. 

£fe§ datt], s. A zone, girdle, or waist 
band, of cloth : a sash. #4$ rfe»rsi 
dattlkattukonu, To gird the loins; 
to prepare. 

&2S dada, s. Fear, trembling. 

&g dadi, 5. A wall of twisted palm 
leaves, &c. 

es^**» daniiemu. s. vide zso~&&x> 
dandemu. 

e5 e^sS^o dattamu, adj. Given, presen- 
ted, made over, assigned. 2. A- 
dopted. 3. Preserved, protected. 

c5^2lb dattudu, An adopted son. 
asfc&x "^KSor^jBo datturmi chesuko- 
nu, To adopt. & &$■> &' e£e£os5s> 
dattata, dattatvamu. s. Adoption. 



cS&S'sSw daddalamu, 5. A flat ceiling. 

esaaex), &&&> daddirillu, daddirlu, v. 
w. To be alarmed, perplexed, con- 
fused, or confounded ; to start. 

z$&> daddu, x. A scar : an inflamed 
mark on the skin, from the bite of 
a musquitoe, &c. &8Qo-J5b dadda- 
rintsu. v. n. To be scarred, or in- 
flamed, 

&&>& dadduru, s. The cutaneous di- 
es ' 

sease, named Herpes. 
&§ dadhi, s. Milk curdled, or coagu- 
lated, spontaneously, by heat, or 
by the addition of butter-milk. 
s^otftfsSM dadhyodanamu, Boil- 
ed rice, mixed with curdled milk, 
and seasoned with mustard seeds, 
and ginger. 

tftfS' danaka, adv. Until, as far as. 

cSs^skm dappamu, s. vide c$£ox*» datta- 
mu. 

tfoS^SfsSaj dappalamu, 5. The boiled 
juice of tamarinds, mixed with 
any kind of vegetables. 

a&j dappi, 8. Thirst, aa^sfc dappi- 
gonu, To be thirsty. 

g-^n> dapha, s. A time, or turn. 2. 
A certain number of peons. 

c523 8£> dabadaba, s. The noise of 
knocking, or running. 

^^oooo-tfo dabay intsu, v. a. To fright- 
en, threaten? or alarm. 



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249 



tfBsS-Darijf 



8z:i dabba, s. A piece of split bam- 
boo, or palm tree. 2- A slice of 
any fruit. 

SEj\&o-i5b dabbadintsu, v a. To beat 
with open hands. 2. To close the 
mouth of a pot. 

3&xtfo6co dabbanamu, s. A bodkin ; 
a large pack needle. 

£z>xfc9 dabbarra, s. A falsehood, or 
lie. 2. A sort of basin, adj. False- 

aCK^sSj dabbichippa, s. A wedge, to 
split palmyras, &c. 

&£»* dabbu, .?. vide %kzv> dabadaba, 
2. The cover of a large pot, or 
vase. 

Sttoitf dabbuna, ado. Quickly, im- 
mediately. 

&ijr.titt dabhramu, adj Little, small. 

&o&&» damarnu, s. Self-command, 

self-restraint; endurance ofpain- 
fnl austerities, mortification of the 
flesli. & Taming, sr 

s£fe\'& dammid Tje quarter of a 

dub: five cash. 

^s5^ dammu, s. Wet ground, mud> 

mire. £«&» ^fttf^psj^ dammuche- 

-no 

sinapolamu, A field watered and 
prepared for plants. 

5<3& day a, s. Favour? goodness, re- 
gard, kindness, graciousness. 2- 
Pity, tenderness, clemency., com- 
passiou. &a&*iS7$&xi (layarasamu, 



The quintessence of favour, kind- 
ness, <fcc. so&^a&o dayacheyu, To 
favour, to oblige. 2. To be so good 
as, to do any thing-, to be graci- 
ously pleased, to do any thing. 
3. To do one the honor to visit, 
or come. 

tfcefr»&5$) dayaluvu,, adj. Favorable, 
compassionate, tender. 

£os5os5oo dayyamu, s. A deity. 2. A 
demon, or evil spirit, tfcftcxfoostoo 

dayyamupattu. An evil spirit to 
possess one. accoesSx-s^ew, sS£e> 

r*g> dayyamu-dolu, vadalagottu, 

To drive out, or expel, an evil 
spirit. 

estf dam, s. Price, value. 

zXqr* 7$a darakhastu, s. A revenu 6 

term, signifying a proposal, or offer 
a rent, or farm. 

stfnrioo daranamu, s. An imaginary 

€oin, of the value of 6 dubs, or 
two fanams. 

tfsdari, si The bank, or shore, of a 
river, <fec. 2. A point or end. 3. A 
side. 4. Support, shelter, refuse 
5- Means of subsistence. 

csr\>5odarikonu, v. n. To] 
or consumed, 

aer^ex^ darikolpn. v. a. To burn, or 
consume. 2. To kindle. 

&Qi£ dariji, s. A tailor. 
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ft^sSw-Dalamu 



250 



«->-Datsa 



^O^sfos daridramu, adj. Poor, needy, 
indigent, distressed. ■c5«e6» 
daridryamu, s. Poverty. 

&&>£> daravu, s. Time, or cadence, 
in music. 

KS^HTfc darobastu, adj. All, whole. 

o 

adv- Entirely. 
d"o-*\ «b darbaru, 5. A court, or hall of 
audience- 2, A public office. e$-*rs 
&$>-&&- darbarukhartsu, Durbar 
expense implies the sums paid, as 
bribes, to public servants ; or 
douceurs, given to them, in gene- 
ral without stipulating for any 
positive favor, but to ensure gene- 
ral countenance and support. 

estf^tfafco darsanamu, s. Sight, seeing. 
2. A visit. 3- A sastra, or one of 
six religious or philosophical sy- 
stems ; viz. The Yedanta, San- 
khya, Vysheshica, Nyaya, the 
mimamsa and thepatanjaka. 

£8}0-i$b darsintsu, v. a- To shew. 2. 
To see. 3. To visit. 4. To pay un- 
justly. 

tf<Lr°e> dalalf, s. Brokerage, the busi- 
ness of a broker. 2. A broker. 
e5er»&85j*fc>e» dalalimatalu. Deceit- 
ful words. 

a^sSw dalamu, s. Thickness, solidity. 
2. vide •jr&otfoKsaasSM chaturanga- 



balamu, adj. Thick, solid. zsV-Zntio 

dalamettu, To levy troops. a?^ 

000 dalavayi, A general. 

z$3Q dalasari, adj. Thick, solid, 

coarse, s. Thickness, solidity, 
coarseness. 

ass& davada, s. The jaw. 2. The 
cheek. tfss^sSogrc davadapandlu, 
The double teeth. 

essstfaSw davanamu, s. A kind of frag- 
rant leaf; a sort of balm. 

s-arof) davali, s. The belt of a peon. 

#$> c5^)p davu, davvu, s. Distance. 

£$£& davudu, s. A military expedi- 
tion, or incursion. 2. A gallop. 

c$c$& davurn, s. That part of a jacket 
which hangs below the waist. 

tf»g davva, s. Pith ; the soft part of 
wood. 

# $* das'a, s. Power, authority. 2. The 
influence of a planet ; luck, for- 
tune. 3. A stage of life. 4. The 
ends of a cloth. 5. A wick. 

ftS'S'sSx) dasakamu } arf;\ Numeral ten. 

ssSsSo^ das'iripanche, s. A flowered 
silk garment. 

ftrS &> daskhatu, s. Signature. 

tf j£§o dastaku, s. A pass, or order. 

tf 5? dasta, s- A quire of paper. 2. A 
bundle of 24 arrows. 



•^-s^-Paka 



251 



"CT'cLDadi 



s-^^e* dastavedzu, s. A document 
of any kind ; a proof, or docum- 
ent, in one's own hand writing. 

Sr& dastu, s. lit. That which has 
reached the hand. The money col- 
lected, in contradistinction to the 
§^oo Sistu, or money outstanding 

unrealized. In revenue language* 
the dust balance is that which has 
been realized by some one, as the 
Redely, Curnnm, &c. from the 
Ryots, but has been withheld by 

them from the Government trea- 
sury ; the shist balance is that 
which is still due by, and outstand- 
ing against, the Ryots themselves- 
s&n>6 dasturi, s. Custom, manner. 



& ts^&o dastramu, s. A bundle of 

written documents, tied together 
in a cloth. 

asfrotfsfca dahanamu, s. Fire. 2. Burn- 
ing ; especially the burning of a 
corpse. 

s JLra dakshina, s. A present or gift, 
of ready money, offered either to 
the deity, or to brahmans. 

s<!xr3s*» dakshinamu, s. The south, 
adj. Southern. 2. Right, as distin- 
guished from left. 

■Gr*§* dafka, s. A pot, with wide mouth- 
•cr»-^ daka, adv. Until : as far as. 



-er>r*;& dakonu, v. n. To approach. 
2. To meet, or encounter. 3. To 
congeal. 

75*sp?x> dakhalu, s. A revenue term, 
which denotes an entry or inser- 
tion. 2. An arrival. Tr>spyo-$a&> 
dakhalucheyu, v. a- To enter •&*$) 
<*>«> 3) dakhaluavu, To arrive ; to 
be entered. 

•cr>xtf dagara, s. A large winnowing 
basket. 

-s^X - © dagali, s. An anvil. 

T5-°76 dagu, v. n. To be hidden, or 
concealed ; to abscond, or disap- 
pear. T^-ab clatsu, v. a. To hide, 
or conceal ; to secret. 

■55-o-ar*(& dachikonu, v. comj). To hide, 

or conceal one's-self, or any thing 
for one's own advantage. 

zr°ho-&) dapintsu, v. Caus. To cause 
to hide, &c. -s^5\S&xr*i£ dagilimiita, 
s. Blinchnan's buff. 

-sr'&w datu, s. A jump. v. a. To jump, 
or leap. 2. To pass, or cross over. 
3. To copulate; as applied to cat- 
tle. 4. Togo beyond, or transgress. 

-sr^oafc datintsu, v. Caus. To cause 
to jump, &c. 

zr°S, ts^g dacli, dadi, s. A beard. 

-cr»g d: : )di, s. A military expedition* 
incursion, irruption, or campaign, 
-zs^&^joxdadicheyi?, To prepare 
for battle. 



■zPo&r-o-Dayi 



252 



-2Fȣ9.Dasari 



•zftp dan a, s. Corn ; horse gram, &c. 
■&*& data, s. A generous, or liberal, 

person. tj»«£\5£ps5m datritwamu, s. 

Generosity, liberality. 
7T>®g& datikarrra, s. The piece of 

wood, nsed to support that which 

a carpenter cuts. 
is* a dadi, s. A nurse. 
tt»^s5x> danamu, 5. Donation. 2. A 

gift, or present. 3. The fluid which 

exudes from an elephant in rut. 
i&*$&2&!$) daparamavu, v. n. To bap- 
pen, or occur. 2. To be under the 

influence of misfortune. 
tpsSo dapala. adv. On the left side, 

or hand. -cpsss dapali, adj. Left. 
^r»^> dapu, 5. Protection, covering^ 

adj. Neighbouring, next. adv. 

Near. v. a. To set as precious 

stones. 
-&*$)$ &» dapuramu, s. Concealed 

property; from T5-*Kb dagu, q. v. 
"2P"So^^23;^o damenatradu,5. A long 

string, to tie cattle in a line- 
-75* && day a, s. An enemy, or foe. 

"xr«ccs3-»a dayadi, s. A distant relation- 
a descend ant from the same origi- 
nal male stock. 

7sr» ox dayi, 5. An anvil, vide tt**?) 
dagali, 2. Any thing on which ar- 
tificers place the.jr.work. 

-apoor* dayi, s. A nurse, vide -sr»s 
dadi 



73^0200 dayu, v. n. To approach, or 
come near. 

•sr»tf2so£s5*> darabandamu, 9. A door- 
frame. 

•srtf&n daramu, s. A thread, cord, 
string, or rope. 

-era dari, s. A way, road, or path. 2. 
Manner, mode. 3- Conduct, cha- 
racter. 4. In composition, it is af- 
fixed, to denote, a possessor. 

-cr&$, -nptfc daruvu, daru, s. Wood, 

timber. 

-syS.dali, s. Aheap of dung cakes 

used as fuel, piled up, in order to 
cook any thing. 

-7^9 dali, s. vSplit pulse. 

"zyfc dalu, s. A tinge, or slight shade^ 
of any colour. 

tpSosS" daluva, s. The cheek, or jaw- 

tt»s^> d£va, *. A claim, suit, or com- 
plaint. 

•sT'ks'sSao dashtikamu, s. Power, au- 

eo 

thority. 2. blustering. 

Tr°38 dasari, s. An individual of that 
peculiar caste of Hindoos, worsh- 
ipping Vishnu exclusively, who 
go about begging alms, and often 
dance in a frantic manner, with 
fire in their hands. 

-cr;s8^sSx> dasaripamu, a. A very 
large species of snake. 



axb.Digu 



253 ab-tfb\-g)x-Ditstsumo 



-sr°k dasi, s. A female per v ant, or 

slave. 2. A prostitute. 
■ff»;fcdb dasudu, s. A male slave, or 

servant. 2. A fisherman. -cptfgsSw 

dasyamu, s. Slavery. 
15-sS-s^ dahamu, s. Thirst 2. Drink. 

3. Ardent desire. •sr , ^s$b$, -&»&> 
sfcoJTsss dahamavu, dahamugonu, 
To be thirsty. ^s^sSmcoo-^ daha- 
muyitstsu. To give drink. 

•zs-lxrag^o dakshiriyamu, s. Pity, com- 
passion, complaisance. 2. Concord, 
harmony, agreement. 3. Partiality. 

a 

ao^b, fio^) dintsu, dimpu ,v. a. The 

causal form of a Kb dign, q. v. To 

lower : to let, or put, down. 2. To 
unload from a ship, to disembark, 
or land, goods, &c. 3. To distil, or 
extract. 4. To cause a miscarriage, 
or abortion. 

ao&> dindu, s. A pillow, cushion, or 
bolster, adj. Much. 

aSo^_ dikku, s. Region. 2. Space 3. 
A corner, or quarter, of the world. 

4. A point of the compass. 5. A 
side, or direction. 6. Shelter, asy- 
lum, refuge, protection. 

aKb digti, v. n. To descend; to come 
down, or off; to go down. 2. To 
alight, or dismount. 3. To land 
from a ship, as applied to persons: 



to be unladen, landed, or disem- 
barked, as applied to goods. 4 To 
halt ; to take up one's residence. 

sKs^^o digabadu, v. n. To sink, or 
give way. 2. To miscarry. aK^efo 
diganadu, To forsake- axs^-da 
digavidutsu, v. a. To leave, q% & 
digintsu, v. a. To make one des- 
cend, &c. vide ao-db-axaock din- 
tsu-digadiyu, To decrease, or grow 
less. 2. To draw down, or expel, 
an evil spirit, &?c. axstf digasana, 
adv. Down, below. 

afoak digudn, s. Descent, adj. Mean, 
base, low. 

afosiba digumati, 8. Disembarkation, 
landing. 2. Import. afojkS^oaco 
digumaticheyu, To land, to import. 

afloew digulu* s. Fear, teror, alarm. 
2. Cowardice. 

aTte diguva, adj. Inferior, lower. 
adv. Down, below, under. 

diofSfuna, adv. 



aKtf, aftotf dWana 

° 9- ^ 
Immediately. 



A large oblong 



a^csS diggiya, 
pond. 

afto22o8&*S3o diguijayamu, s. Universal 
conquest. 

8-j5o\-^mXo5c» ditstsumogamu, s. Dis- 
appearance. avfr^-^XsSbjg) ditstsu- 
mogamavu,To disappear.to vanish. 



a^\&&o-Dibbadamu 



254 



atf-aoow-Disamola 



a&> ditta> s. A courageous, firm, gal- i 
lant, sfcout, or clever person, a 60 j 
ska, a&>jg> difcamu, ditavu, s. Cou- 
rage, bravery. ©&>&#**» dittatana- 
mu, 5, Cleverness, ability. 

afeosSDo dittamu, s. Firmness. 2. Good 
»■•■..,■■, 

order. 

©&>££& difctapadu, v. w. To be regu- 
lated, or put in order ; to agree 
exactly. &&%&■&> dittaparratsu, v. 
a. To regulate, or put in order ; to 
make right, or proper. 

©&ojt§£> diddivakili, s. Aback door; 

a sally port. 

?ja5b diddu, v a. To correct, orrecti- 
o 

fy. 2. To alter 3. To erase- 4. To 
adorn. 5. To teach. 
aesb^feoo diddubatu, $. Alteration. 
eaoiSb diddintsn, v. Caus. To cause 

a 
to correct, &c. 

atfsfco dinamu, s- A solar day. 2. Day, 
as distinguished from night. 

atf-Ctfc dinacharya, s. A diary. atfa 
tfsfco dinadinamu, Bay by day. 

&#&>, a«6?So dinasu, dinusu, s. Sort, 

kind. 

ai?>\ dinne, s, A covered raised ter- 
race. 2. A sand hillock. 

a^v dibba, *. A hillock or eminence; 
a heap. 

a20\&s5w dibbadamu, .?. An earthen 
cork, or covering, of a vase. 



a"S\sfo> dibbemu, s. A light? a lamp. 
a;5a-*§b dimaku, 5. Haughtiness, arro- 
gance, pride, disdain, insolence. 

q^o, dimma, s. Thoughtlessness, gid- 

■ — 6 

diness. as^S dimmari, A thought- 
less, giddy person. ~&#6i& Q desa- 

D 

dimmari, A constant traveller. 

©sSw, dimmu, s. Pain ; as ^ejasSw^ 
taladimmu, The headache. 

a*ao^ dimme, s. A sort of rocket. 2. 
A wooden cork. 

aer*-£p> dilasa, s. Comfort, encourage- 
ment, consolation. 

assSsSao divasamu, 5. A day. 

a»r>casSoa divanamu, 5. A palace, or 
court. 

&sr>o-° divala, s. Bankruptcy, a<n-*er*- 
^oaoo-Si^ divala -tiyu-yettu, To 
become bankrupt ; to declare 
one's-self bankrupt 

as divi, s. Heaven. 2. The sky. 

aa^ diviti, s. A flambeau, or torch. 

as5c;6oo divyamu, ad;. Celestial, di- 
vine. 2. Beautiful, agreeable, su" 
pernatural, excellent. 

a"Sq divve, s. A light. 2. A lamp. 

a^Q&xSdivvesudi, A wooden lamp. 

stand, fastened to the wall, 
ass-swej disamola, s. Nakedness, adj. 

Naked. 



J5bosS-Dumpa 



255 



262&So-Duduku 



&& diti, s. vide &&t! diviti. 

6tM ditu, s. Equality, conformity, 
resemblance, adj Eqnal, conform- 
ing with, resembling. &kx>r°& di- 
tukonu, To be eqnal, resembling, 
or in conformity with. 

6tfs5w dinamu, adj. Poor, indigent, 

needy, distressed, miserable, piti- 
able. 

6tfe£, S^efcsfoa dfnata, dinatwamu, s' 

Poverty, wretchedness, misery. 
&sS#sfo> dipanamu, s. Hunger. 2. The 

power of digestion. 
&3s$m dipamu, s. A lamp. 2. A light. 
&$ ska dirghamu, adj. Long. s. A 

long vowel. 2. The connected form 

of es a viz. "* 

&3 divi, 5. An island. 

63o-&divintsu, v. a. To bless, &"3tf 
dlvena, s. A blessing, or benedic- 
tion. 

25bo?C dunga, s. A block of wood. 
25bo&Ks5*> dundagamu, s. Dishonesty, 

craftiness. &o&%&> dundagidu, A 

fraudulent, or crafty, man. 
#boe£ dunta, s. A male buffalo. 
abosS dumpa, s. A root. 2. A vegetable. 

2$bo5srx°tf dnmpakura, An edible 

root. 



zsbosoTT'SxSsSoa dumparashtramu, *. A 
medicinal root, so called- 

abg$)55*> duhkhamu, s. Pain. 2. Sor- 
row, affliction, distress, unhappi- 
ness. 2Sb§^>o-i5b, 25bS$>sS£& duhkhin- 
tsu, duhkhapadu, v. n. To grieve; 
to be afflicted. 2. To regret, cfcg^r* 
Xtf&tfsSoz duhkhopasamanamu, 
Consolation. 

25b-5^cas5Do dukanamu, s. A shop, 250-5-* 
ra&»-~S>&», ~£crtxi dukanamu - pettu, 
veyu, To set up a shop. &-r°n-Gr> 
&Z& dukanadarudu, A shop-keeper. 

«fe§cn.e)s6o3 dukularnu, s. A silk cloth. 
2. Any fine cloth. 

25b i^- dukki, s. Ploughed ground. 2. 
Ploughing. j5b§k_X*b dukkiteddu, 
A ploughing ox. 2fc§^_^ejs5» du- 
kkipolamu, A ploughed field. 

abX duga, s. A couple, or pair ; a 
deuce at games. 

25bX<ys5a>, 2fc7fo<ys5M dugalamu, dugula- 
mu, s. The sixteenth part of the 
coin termed a pagoda. 

8b"7r°;o duggani, s. A copper coin, of 

the value of ten cash. 
25b ?fo duggu, s. Spoilt grass, or straw. 

25b K dugdha, 5. Enmity, hate. 2. Vain 
9 

hope. 
25b2&& dudukn, s. Inconsiderateness. 
2. The follies of children, adj. In- 
considerate, foolish. 2. Wicked. 



abtf«5-Durati 



256 



zsbsx^^.Dushkan 



«£&> duddu, s. A coin, of the value 
of ten, or twenty, cash. 2. A club. 
&&o£*& ducldukarrra.A laree stick, 
or staff. 

£& & dutta, s. An earthen pot, with 
a small mouth. 

&>& duddu, s. A sort of ear-orna- 
ment, worn by women. 

jsof^j, »&£&*&> dunna, dunnapotu, s. 
A male buffalo. 

tfbaso^ dunna, v. a. To plough. 

&z^kos$x> duppatamu, s. Armour, 
mail. 

2&;Svfe5 duppati. s. A cloth thrown 
loosely over the body, and some- 
times tied, round the waist, sss'k- 
2fo£\£3 pakkaduppati, A cloth, or 
sheet, for sleeping on. 

sfc S)^ dnppi, s. A male spotted deer. 

tfc2XK dubbu, 5. A tuft, or bunch. 

26s5jxtfs53o dumaramu, s. Dust. 

ffcj&»&, 2$bs5M§ber>2& dumuku, dumu- 
kuladu, v. n. To leap. 

■2fcs&»§b dumuku, s. A leap. ekSDlo-tfo 
dumikintsu, v. Cans. To cause to 
leap ; to leap a horse, &c 

jfcsSMj dummu, s. Dust 2. A bone. 

£fos$^e)5T > o^ dummulagondi, s. A 

hyena. 
fcfeoB&oe duyyu, v. a. vide &*c&o duyu. 
efctffeSw duratillu, 0. %. To regret, to 
lament 



! aotftf durada, s. An itching. 
I ^tfifctf duradura, s. Great haste. 
I aotf^ctf^ durabhyasamu, 6*. A bad 
J practice, or custom. 
! &tf**» duramu,s. Battle, combat, war, 
! efc-cpoar-o durayi, s. vide estf ana. 
I &-ut& durasa, s. Vain hope ; unat- 
tainable desire 
I 
abe^sSx) dnritamu, s. Crime. 2. Sin. 

tfo&?oo dnrusu, s. Haste, speed. 

tfotf osSsSoo dur°:ai<dhamu, s. A stink. 

o , ° 

efctf »5oa durgamu, s. A hill fort. 

o ° 

tfc&ra^ durgunamu, ac^'.Ill natured. 

s. Ill nature. 
*fcS\e>s5» durbalamu, adj. Weak. 
e5b t^a&. durbhasha, s. Abuse; oppro- 
brious language. 
25b -tr°. tf sfo> durmargamu, ad/\ Vicious, 

wicked, s. Yice, wickedness. 
&ew^) dulupu, v. a. To shake, so as 

to throw off the dust- 
2Sbs^S>oo$b duvalintsu, v. n. To shine, 

to glitter. 
^ssooosj duvvaluva, s. A sheet, to 

cover the body. 
**.£)£ duvvu, v. a. To comb. 2. To 

stroke, to rub gently, or tenderly. 
*5b"3o£f duvvena, s. A comb, 
tfoss^-tfsfoo dushkaramu, ae?/. Difficult 

to be done. 



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257 



& N S\-Drishti 



s&sxxSm dushtamu, or. zfcsk dnshtu, 

adj. Low, vile. 2. Weak, impo- 
tent. 3. Bad, wicked, depraved. 

25b&> dustu, s 



A suit of clothes, <£c 



c&r> 



t&r>V& dukonu, v. c. To penetrate, 
pierce, or enter in. From ^ooco 
duyu, q, v. 

2$r>Xtf dugara, 5. The dust of paddy. 
2. A cobweb. 

afc*& diita, s. The interior tender sub- 
stance of the plantain tree. 

d$y& duel a, s. A calf. 

&*& data, 5. A messenger, a spy. 

s$r>® duti, s. A procuress. 

#sr*a dudi, s. Cotton, after it has been 
cleared from the seed. ^a^o&, 
zSr>i$& dudiyeku, dudeku, To clean 
cotton. e&»"£§oe>*r»2&dudekulav5du, 
A cotton cleaner. 

i5cr-s diipa, s. Thirst. 

«r»»tfaoa dubaradindi, adj. Extra- 
vagant. 

efc-ss^a dumudi. s . A looped knot. 

«j*c&d di'jyu, v. a. To enter, penetrate, 
or pierce. 2. To draw, as a sword, 
&c. 3. To strip leaves, &q. Off, by 
pulling through the hand. 

tfr»tf;6cx> diiramu, s. Distance, adj. 
Distant, far . 



&r»tf §jJ durastri, s. A menstruous 

woman. 
^490 durru, v. a. To enter. 2. To 

penetrate, or pierce. 3. To creep 
iD, under, or through. 4. To re- 
proach, blame, or abuse. &*&»& 
diirutsu,?. Cans. To cause to enter. 
dfr»&M durru, s. Abusive language, 
reproachful words, ill usage, blame. 

&r*y dula, 5. An itching. 

tfb^^oS, tir°vK*'3v dulagondi, dii- 
lagovela, 5, The plant termed Co- 
witch. Dolichos pruriens. 

&rv&» dulamu, s. A beam of timber. 
I c&'Sxci, aScpsxrasS-o dushana, dusharia- 
mu, s. A curse. 2. Blame, reproach. 
3. A fault, or defect. a^txoift dii- 
shintsu, v. a. To curse, blame, cen- 
sure, or reproach. 

e£p&cxxK> dushyamu, adj. Reprehensi- 
ble, contemptible, vile, bad, accur- 
sed, s. A tent. 

% 

&^36w dridhamu,ac?;. Much, exceed- 
ing. 2. Hard, firm. 3. Able, po- 
werful. 4<, Bulky, massive, solid. 

^s^?oosfe) drjshtantamu, 5. An ex- 
ample, illustration, instance, proof, 
evidence. 2. Science, a sastra. 

*) 9 £ drishti, s. An eye. 2- Sight, see- 
ing; a look, tfvixs^sxssw drishti- 
, v to 

doshamu, The influence of 
eyes. 

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258 



"3 tf »5~Daivata 



"8 

T5i^tfaS» depparamu, s. Danger, per- 
il, difficulty. 

•ass^ deppu, v. a. To taunt, jeer, or 
reproach. 

"3»% debba, s. A Blow ; a stroke. 
-3^e>o8;& debbalutinu, To be bea- 
ten. -3» x ex>-ictf», r'fco debbalu- 
veyu, kottu, To beat. 

*3ct6cs5M deyyamu, 5. A demon, or 
evil spirit. 

"%$ desa, s. vide &&{,- dikku. 

■a 

■£& deku, v. w. To creep, or slide, 
along the ground, on the posteriors. 

-%$6 devata, s. A deity. 2. A god- 
dess. 

•tssti devara, s. Making in the noon. 
<plu. "£x>tfex>, "^£>g devaralu, deva- 
llu, A deity, male, or female. This 
Word, among the natives who wear 
the lingam, is often applied as an 
honorific title, to their priests ; it 
is also used, by all persons, when 
much deference is meant to be paid 
to men of superior age, rank, or 
learning, and may be said to cor- 
respond with the English phrases 
Sir, My Lord, &c. 

•^ssS'sScx) devalamu, s. vide -&-5r*vc&&x> 
dev&layamu. 



■2§w»e>cx6rii» devalayamu, s. A temple. 

-^& devi, s* Any female deity. 

T§5# devu, v. To take rice, <fcc. With 
the hand, out of water in which it 
has been washed. 2. To search for; 
especially in water. "^^er»2^> devu- 

ladu, To dive into water. 2. To 
search. 

"&$)£o devudu, s. God, the supreme 
being. 2. Any deity. 3. A cloud. 

t§$8o-ifo devurintsu, v. n. To beg 
humbly ; to implore, or solicit. 

t§"^a deveri, s. A queen. 

"^#sfo> desamu, s. A country, terri- 
tory, land, or district ; a region, 
whether inhabited, or uninhabit- 
ed. t§£"&>2& desasthudu, A man be- 
es* • ' 

longing to any particular country; 
an inhabitant. 2. The appellation 
of a particular tribe among the 
brahmans. 

I§3§b2& desikudu, s. A Guru, or spi- 
ritual teacher. 
"c^cKfoa desyamu, s. The language 

of a country, or land. adj. Of or 
belonging to a land, or country. 
t§s5-**>x> dehamu, 5. The body. 



•g^ess^ dainyamu, s. Meanness, co- 

vetousness. 2. Poverty, humility. 

"8 ss£«5oo daivatamu,s. A god, or deity. 



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£-«tfr*-Dorako 



"S tfs5x> daivamu, s. God. 2. Destiny, 
fate, luck, fortune, adj. Divine- 
J 5>K9, ;s sscfcr*Ks5» daivagati, dai- 

vayogamu, Chance, accident. 13 sJ 
efr»sxre daivaduskana, Blasphemy. 
"3 o3-?5b daivaru, v. n. To be agree- 
able, or pleasant. 2. To be born. 

a* 

fir»oK donga, s. A thief, a robber. 2. 
A rogue, or rascal, 

fi^oftDoofc, £T*ofce>o dongilintsu, don- 
gilu, v. a. To rob; or steal. fi^oX" 
s£x>s*», fir^oXersfea dongatanamu, 
dongarikamu, s. Theft. 

fir*o£&l? dondatige, 5. The plant 
termed Bryonia grandis. 

e»o& dondi, s. A hole. sr°oS£p2&3b 
dondipodutsu, To bore a hole. 

er*o© donti, s, A heap of pots, one 
above another. 

fir* o25 £ dondadi, s. The confusion of 
battle. 2. A mingled noise. 

£**£ dodda, adj. Great, large, big, 
eminent. 2. Excellent, good. 3. 
Rich, powerful. 6r*££tfs5c» dodda- 
tanamu, s. Greatness. 2. Excel- 
lence. 3. Riches, power- 

6T*g doddi, s. A backyard. 2. A cow 

house, 
fir^&r&w doddikattu, s. vide «§*»£$'&» 
tottikattu. 



6^a-^°r doddikadla, <3c?i. Bandy- 

legged. 
&*# dona, 5. A deep fountain. 2. A 

quiver. 
6-»tf?& donagu, s. Evil, mischief, 

harm. 
fir»^& donaru, «$: Worthy, fit. 
6-*!^\ , sr*^ donne, doppa, s. A cup 

made of leaves. 
er^sSjfir*^ doppadogti, v. *z. To sink, 

to be drowned ; to be severely 

wet by rain. 

er°£>ux dobbu, v. a. To push. fir»^<y 
«5S& dobbulapadu, v. ?i. To be pu- 
shed, 2. To be abused- fir°«»*e)13&a 
dobbulabettu, v. a. To abuse. 

6r°o^ domma, s. A fainting disease, 
which affects cattle. 

&*&_JSkf>o&> dommaravandlu, s. plu. 
Tumblers, rope dancers. 

SP&d, donrmi, s. A mingled or con- 
fused noise. 2. The confusion of 
battle. 

fir^tf dora, s. A master, lord, superior, 
ruler, governor, or king. 2. Equa- 
lity, similarity. fir*tf£f$s5a> dorata- 
namu, s. Government. 2. Reign. 
frM-fro^ dorasani, s- A queen, or 
lady. 

er^o'^'so dorakonu, v. a. To attain, 
or obtain. 2. To begin, or com 



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S**tfr*-D6raria 



mence. &-*tf"§o-*ex> dorakolu, s. At- 
taining. 2. Commencement. 

S^tfr^tf^x % dorakolusannasi, s. A 
thief, a robber. 

£"*tfoc*» dorayn, t>. w. To resemble. 

&-*tf<yo doralu, «?. «. To roll , figu- 
ratively, to die, or expire. £~*Se-o 
■&> dorlmtsn, v. a To roll. 

ST*?5b^b doruku, v. n. vide s^eooSo do- 
rr uku. 

6r*dbrf>, £"*&£ doruvu, dorvu, s. A 
spring- 2 A large well. 

e"»&3)»Tb2» doruvupatteda, s- A 
crupper. 

fi^asogb doiruku, v. n. To be found, 
gotten, procured? or obtained, sr* 
el So-dbr* ssb dorrikintsakonu,To ap- 
prehend, seize, or secure. 

a^^o doku, v, a. To smooth the earth*, 
to dig up grass by. the root, er 6 ^ 
r'ssb -5 ^ dokukonipovu, To be gra- 
zed, as applied to the skin. 

£-5/6, e^7r«db dogu, dogaMu, v. n- 

To creep on the knees, as an in- 
fant. 

fi^-iSc? 8* 3br* sso dotsu, dotsukonu, v. 

a. To plunder, rob, or commit de- 
vastation. 



£■**>§ doti, s. A long pole with a hook 

at the end of it, used to pluck 
fruit from high trees. 

a^sSw donamu, s. A large heavy 
mallet, for driving wedges into the 
clefts of the palmyra-tree, when it 
is split. 

&*~% done, s. A native vessel with 
a single masfc. 2. A boat. 

fi^^b &*&&> dopu, dopudu, 5. Plun- 
der, devastation, pillage. &*$&> 
tzt>&> dopuctuvadu, s. A robber, a 
thief. 

#*jg) dopu, v. a. To place, or stick, 
in ; to thrust in ; to insert. 

tf*s5b doma, * A musquitoe, a gnat. 
S^a&litf domatera, A musquitoe 
curtain. 

fi^ooo doyi, 5. A couple, two. 

fi^eooS doyili, s. The two hands join- 
ed together, so as to hold any 
thing. £^Q»£>o-i5b doyilintsu, To 

hold the hands joined together, in 
that manner. 

& s $ir°c& dorakaya, s. A fruit almost 

ripe. 
tf*tf ft«yo, ST*tf ftex> doragilu, doragillu, 

v. n. To be bent, as applied to 

trees; to be nearly ripe, as applied 

to fruit. 

6"$tfe*K*» doranamu, s. vide #*tfc3*5w 
toranamu. 



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261 



a s^a-Brimmar 



G*ti&x> doramu, s. A gate, door, or 
entrance. 

erStfssl^x doravanne, s. A bay colour. 

£-*& doru, v. n. To be bent, as ap- 
plied to trees. 2. To die. 

£T*s5 dova, s. A road, path, or way. 
2. Means, mode, manner. 3. An 
expedient, vide { &*,£ trova, s*ss 
&&£&*$) dovatappipovu, To miss 
one's way. s^s5-5°jo dovachilu, To 

part, or go off, as one road from 
another. 

6T*,s© dovati, s. A Hindoo's lower 

garment ; the cloth round his loins. 
#**" dosa, s. A particular kind of 

cake baked on an iron plate. fi^S" 

£r*otfo dosapoyu,To bake this cake 

on an iron plate. 

S^sIsSm doshamu, s. Fault, defect^ 
blemish. 2. Sin, offence, crime. 

& € Xs-°a& dusakaya, s. A cucumber. 

G*%® dosili, s. vide srSo»I) doyili. 
8*1>&> desedu, adj. As much as 
the two hands joined can contain. 

&*lb dose, s. vide fir**" dosa. 

^"°£ dauda, s. The cheek, vide »#£ 

davada. 
Z*£o daudu, s. vide &;#&> davudu, 

S'Sr*^^ dauhitrudu, s. A daugh- 
ter's son. 



6 
.tfjSSs&o dravamu, s. Juice, essence, 

exudation, wetness. 2. Spittle. 
# 3o-& dravintsu, v. To drop. 

& s5cs5oa dravyamu, 6*. Wealth, pro- 
perty, riches, substance. 2. A 
thing. 3. Elementary substance, 
nine kinds of which are reckoned, 
viz. Earth, water, fire, air, aather, 
time, space, soul, and intellect. 

^^j^ drabha, s. An awkward, or 

useless person. 
(-sr> tfS'sfeo dravakamu, s. Ointment- 

2. Distillation. 

( 7S* / s>2a'^S's5a>, ^» S^^jfej dravi- 

dadesamu, draviladesamu , s. The 
Tamil country, on the south eas- 
tern side of the Indian peninsula, 
below the Ghauts, from Madras, 
to Cape Comorin. 

^j® dravu, v. a. To push. 

.Ty* & draksha, x. The grapevine. 

a s5b & drimmaru, v. n. To wander. 
,a,s&.8 drimmari, s. A wanderer of 

either sex. ^ss^Sfifo drimmarfdu, 

5. A male wanderer. 



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262 



-jp#-Dh&ta 



.&joKb drungu, v. n> To become less; 
to decrease. 

/B^k-So drekkonu, e>. a. To oppose, 

or resist, 
^otfog dreyyu, p. n. To be broken. 

€> 

6T* s^s5w drohamu, s. Treason, re- 
bellion, revolt. 2. Mischief, malice, 
trespass, injury. 3. Treachery, be- 
traying confidence or trust repo- 
sed in one. ^St^s^sSw^c&j droha- 
mucheyu, To act treacherously. 
^^gp> drohi, s. A traitor, a betrayer. 



#oo&c>s&> dwamdwamu, s. A couple, 
pair, or brace. 2. Strife, dispute. 

"** 

-o^e tf *&» dwaramu, 5. A door, or gate. 
2. A means ; an expedient. 3. A 
medium, or way by which any 
thing takes place, or is effected . 4. 
A hole. 

&otfift» dwlpamiv. An island- 2. Any 
of the seven dwipas, into which 
the Hindoos divide the earth. 



# dha, The thirty-fourth letter, and 

nineteenth consonant, in the Telu- 

gu alphabet. 
£^ dhanf, s. A master, superior, ruler, 

or owner. 
#tfx5cx> dhanamu, $. Riches, wealth. 

treasure, property. 
$%cx&*vo dhaniyalu, s. plu. Coriander 

seeds. 

#s6$, #;&&£ dhanuvu, dhanussu, s. 
A bow. 

$$& dharani, s. The earth. 

#0 dhari, s. vide %q dari. 

#8o-*fc, ^8c»oo^5b dharintsu, dhariyin- 
tsu, v. a. To wear. 2. To dress, or 
put on. 3. To assume a form, 4. To 
retain in mind. 5. To hold. 

#5^ dharitri, s. The earth. 

#tf\*5a>, $&,$) dharmamu, dharmuvu, 
s. Virtue ; moral and religious 
merit, according to the law and 
the Vedas. 

^J^sf^sr- dharmakarta, s. An arbitra- 
tor, or judge. 
^ss^jSm dhavaianru, s. White colour. 

TP*3 dhati, s. Advancing towards, or 

confronting, an enemy. 
tjt>s£, 7p<>3\&i dhata, dhatridu, s. 

Bramha, the creator. 



§£^8o^-Phikkarintsu 263 -^ctfsko-Dhyanamu 



-^•^o^dhatuvu, s. A fossil, or mineral 

2. Bed chalk. 3. The pulse. 4. A 

grammatical root. 
■qr>.©. dhatri, s. The earth. 2. The 

tree termed emblic myrobalan. 3- 

A foster mother, a nurse. 
-qr>tfcsS3o dhanyamu, s. Grain ; corn 

in general but especially paddy. 

•?p-*tfe->tfs5x> dhanyasaramu, Grain 

after thrashing, 
-qptf dhara, s. Distillation, dripping, 

the oozing or issuiDg of any sub- 
stance, by continued dropping. 2. 

The sharpness of a sword or any 

cutting instrument. 

-qptin dharana 5 s. Price, valuation, 

-qr«tfr335a> dharanamu, s. Holding, ha- 
ving, maintaining, wearing. 

-jytfoSw dharamu, s. vide -5T># *5a> da- 
ramu. 

-tp*Ty>$s&xi dharalamu, s. Fluency of 
speech. 2. Generosity, liberality. 

-5r>tfc& dharuni, s. The earth. 

-jp8 ^"sSoa dharmikamu, adj. Virtu- 
ous, pious, just. 

-^s>o^s5c» dhavantamu, s. Grief. 2. 
Suffering. 

Tpss?> dhavali> s. A kind of woolen 
cloth. 

9 

$§k_eoS& dhikkariutsu, v. a. To send 
off, or dismiss, abruptly. 2. To 
speak contemptuously. 3. To dis- 
regard. 



$ 

$ dhi, .<?. Understanding, intellect- 
ual os£s5w dhimantamu, adj. Sensi- 
ble, intelligent. §s&© dhimati, s. 
A female of understanding. 

$tfo5w dhiramu, adj. Brave. 2. Firm, 
steady. 3- Wise, sensible, learned. 

§35&>a& dhivarudu, 5. A fisherman. 

$j*tfs&» dhupamu, s. Incense- $**$£ 
e> *"«&», ^»>8r dhupakalasamu, 
dhuparti, A censer. 

>£r*sks5co dhumama, s. Smoke. 

2^n»s5b"^^o^) dhumaketuvu,5. A comet. 

^pdhuli, s. Dust.?^n.|)gob5s5i)55cw dhu- 
likuttimamu, A mound, or rampart. 

a. 

-9 tfeaSoo dhairyamu, 5. Steadiness, 

firmness. 2. Bravery, courage, gall- 
antry. 

^tfsS dhorani, s. Line, range. 2. way. 
3. Style. 4. Tradition. 5. Experi- 



ence 



75-*' 



ipr>otf&x> dhyanamu. s. Meditation, 
reflection, but especially that pro- 
found and abstract consideration 
which brings it's object, fully and 
undisturbedly, before the mind. 



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tfX-Naga 



#oo#s6w dhwamsamu,s. Loss, destruc- 
tion, extinction. # o o tf s6*> ^ oak 
dhwamsamucheyu,t\ a. To destroy, 
to ravage, to desolate, to annihi- 
late. , 

^2j«Sw> dhwajamti, 5. A flag, or ban- 
ner, ^a^afctfoa dhwajadrumamu, 
The palm tree. 

$~ 3 dhwani, s. Sound, noise, report, 
voice. ^8£q& pratidhwani, An 
echo. 



tf na, The thirty-fifth letter, and 

twentieth consonant, in the Telu- 
gu alphabet. 

tfortb nangu, v. n. To speak through 
the nose. ^o5\s5<r»6o nangimata, A 
nasal sound ; a word pronounced 
through the nose. 

^o« nanja,s. Irrigated ground ; land 

cultivated by artificial irrigation, 
and producing what is technically- 
termed the wet crop. 

tfoz? 5 nandzu, v. a. To eat, from dis 
gust, a very little at a time, tfcts* 
r*?3o nandzukonu, To eat a litte of 
any thing, like pickle, &c. As a 
reMsh to the principal food. 

tfos? 3 nandzo, s. A lingering, or dor- 
mant, disease. ^o2»^r»eb nandzu - 



paru, To grow pale; to swell. 
tfoa*>&> nandzu du, s. Flesh-meat, 
^o^-s^oss nandrakaya, s. A crab. 

tfossb2& nandanudu, s. A son. 

tfoO*x*£& nambivadu, s. A priest in 
the temples of Vishnu; his caste 
is traced to the descendant of a 
chatriya female, by a brahman. 

tfS"ew nakalu, s. A copy. tf**«yo-^jxr° 
ctf», ^csfc> nakalu- vrayn, cheyu. To 
copy. # goo ^ o»o -& nakalucheyin- 
tsu, To get copied. 

tf-r°ff&-»ex> nakarapollu, s. The sign 
of n final ; viz. §"~. 

tf§!\;$& nakishlpani, s. Work in ena- 
mel. 

tfSk_, r B oS'sr^ r .nakka, konkanakka, 
s. A jackall. >footo'tf§V guntanak- 
ka, A fox. ^r^„^§ nakkajittu, 
Deceit, trick. 

^"§^-§6 nakkillu, s. plu. The joints, 
of the jaws. 

tfgbL_ nakku, s. A lump or mass of 
iron. 2. A notch made in trees, to 
try their fitness for being cut. v. h. 
To hide, or conceal one's-self. 2. 
To crouch down. 3. To lie in wait. 

iSgptix, tf$3tfi6*> nakhamu,nakharamu, 
s. A nail, or claw. A cat. 2. A lion. 

$K naga, s. A robe, or long gown. 2. 
A bullock load, as applied to ghee, 



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265 



tf&rib.Nadama 



oil, tobacco, or cotton. 3. A jewel 
or ornament. 4. A metal vessel. 

tfXafc nagadu, s. Ready money. 

^Ks&a nagamu, s. A tree. 2. A moun- 
tain. 

cSXtfsSw, tf?(a nagaramu, nagari, s. A 
city, or town. 

tfKtfb, tiKtf) nagaru, nagalu, s- Mak- 
ing in the inflexion singular. #KQ 
nagari, A palace. 

^•7t»tp nagara, s. A large drum. 

t*76 nagu, v. n. To laugh, vide £$<>, 
*>*«$ navvn, nagavu, s. Laughter. 
^«b-5T»&» nagubatu, s. A joke. 

tf o^ natstsu, v. a. To confide in ; to 
trust, or believe ; to have faith in. 
s: Delay. 2. Trifling. 3. Annoyance*. 
adj. Troublesome, ^sfnachchika, 
s. Confidence, belief, faith. 

tf jstfc nadzaru, s . An offering, or pre- 
sent, made by an inferior to a su- 
perior. 

tf |o natta, s. The middle. This word 
is used, in composition, only pre- 
fixed to others ; as ?f6otf&>sk na- 
ttanaduma, In the very middle. 
ife» nattillu, The middle of the 
house. ** * natteru. The middle 
of the river. 

tffco natfcu, s. Residence. 2. Obstacle, 
hmderanee.3. Procrastination, he- 
sitation. 4. The bent grass, Nuth. 



tfknT*& nattukonu. 
main : to reside. 



o. n. To re- 



#&>o$ nattuvu, s. Dancing. ^w^-sr*^ 
nattuvukadu, A dancing master, 
^few^^ag nattuvutsavidi, A dan- 
cing school. tSknQ&yofc nattuvu- 

pulugu, The peacock ; from it's 
elegant pace. 

tf 6ar*oex> natwalu, s. plu. An amble. 2, 
Ambling. 

#& nada, s. Walk, pace, or step. 2. 
A trip. s£>$S\tfe$ manishinada, A 
man's walk. Tfo$s<§ > $& gurrrapuna- 
da, A horse's paces- ss&sfssxr^tfdf 
ewsf^^a padavamudunadaluvach- 
chinadi, The boat has made three 
trips, tf&spa nadabavi, A deep 
well, with steps down to it. 

X&Z nadaka, s. Walking. 2. Walk. 3. 
Conduct, behaviour, vide $ t&> ■& 
nadutsu. 

tf£iT-tfa8-tf£tfg, tfe&s>& nadata-na- 
diti-nadavadi, naduvadi, s. Con- 
duct, behaviour, demeanour, vide 
#£&>#b nadutsu. 

tf &Ho-& nadatentsu, v. n. To come, to 

arrive. 
#&*& nadama, ado. In the middle ; 

betwixt, between. $&&&*$?*&> 

nadamamatladu, To interrupt one 
in speaking. 2. To intercede as a 
mediator. 

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266 



jsjsS^.Nanupu 



#&$ nadava, s. The first passage, at 
the entrance of a native house; 
which leads from the street, into 
the inner court. 

#&, tfzh nadi, nadu, s. The middle. 
adj- Middle, tf&sffea nadikattu, A 
man's waist band, girdle, belt, or 
sash. tfSr&pS'ex) nadinukalu, Kice 

broken in the middle, tfclis 8 na- 

dinetti, The middle, or crown of 
the head. #&r£.&> nadivrelu, The 
middle finger. ^b^ooo nadureyi, 
Midnight. 
#&>& nadutsa, v. n. To walk, to go, 
to move. 2. To proceed forwards, 
to go or move on. 3. To happen, 
occur, pass, or take place. 4. To 
behave or conduct one's-self. 5. To 
take effect. 6. To continue, to be 
in existence, to be going on with- 
out hinderance. 

#&>$, #SSio-& nadupu, nadipintsu, 
v. a. To cause to walk, &c. In all 
of the above meanings. 2. To 
break in a horse to his paces. 3. 
To navigate a vessel. 4. To manage 
a family. 

tf2&n5br*x& nadufsukonu, v. Comp. To 
behave, or conduct one's-self. 

$&>Q nadupu, s. Walking. 2. Apace, 
or step. 

^&>s5» nadumu, s. The'middle. 2. The 
waist. #&£» nadimi, adj. Middle. 



tf£ks5a>§'fe»r T, ;3o nadumukatfcukonu, 
To gird the loins, i. e. To be ready 
to do any thing. 

tf& naddi, s. The back of the waist. 

adj. Bent, hollow, crooked, turned 

up. 
tf e^^bo e», tf &vo nattagullalu, natta- 

lu, s. plu. The small shell fish, 

termed muscles. 

tf € o&oo nattamillu, v. n. To lie down, 
or recline. 

tf 8 natti, s. Stammering ; stuttering. 

#«&> nattu, v. n. To stammer or stut- 
ter, s. The nose ring worn by In- 
dian females. 

ties nadi, s. A river. 

#tf nana, s. A flower. % A sprout. 
tf^sS^jS nanaboni, A female. 

#£-%■*& nanakaru, s. Spring ; the 
first of the six seasons into which 
the Hindoos divide the year. 

tftftfb, tftfotfo nanatsu, nanayu, v. n. 
To expand, or bloom ; to sprout, 
or blossom. 

tftf^o°a» nanabayi, adj. Imperfectly 
boiled, as applied to rice only. 

#?£>$ nanupu, v. n. To agree with 
one's health, or constitution, as. 
-&> "^2'jfoofr , §ctftf;5"£2fc idesamu- 
n£kunanapaledu,This country does 
not agree with me. 



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267 



tfewSa-Narruku 



tftfr^eaj nannurru, adj. Numeral. 
Four hundred. 

#15\ 8 nannetti, 5. vide ^<§"3_§ na- 
dmetti, Under, tf & nadi. 

XQoX&th napumsakudu,6\A eunuch. 
2. An impotent man, ^oSS^cako 
napumsakatwamu, s. Impotency. 

$%)o%gg>oX&x> naputosakalingamu, 
The neuter gender. 

cS^r> naphi, s. Profit, gain, advan- 
tage. 

tfs&S) namali, s. A peacock. 

cfs&°x>, tfs&:>ex> namalu, namulu, v. a. 
To chew, masticate, or gnaw. 

tfsfc-Sr^-tfsS&s, tfsfcr5k_\© namaskara- 
mu, namaskriti, s. Prostration, sa- 
lutation. f5>s5b^^_Qo^5b ; tf jSb^^tfsSoo 
"^dak namaskarintsu, namaskara- 
mucheyu, To prostrate one's-self ; 
to salute another. 

^sS^Sb nammaku, s. Salt. 

tfsSMj nammu, v. a. To believe, or 
give credit to. 2. To trust, or con- 
fide in ; to rely on ; to have faith 
in. 

tfS^o-ab nammintsu, v. Cans, To cause 
to believe, &c. 

XSd^Z nammika, s. Belief. 2. Faith, 
confidence, assurance, dependence 
on. adj. Trust-worthy, faith-ful. 

jfcsstfska nayanamu, s. An eye. 



tfotf&a nayamu, adj. Cheap, s. A 
sound or good state ; good health. 
^oaSs5oa-7r»^r»6r»db nayamugamatla- 

du, To speak with kindness; ^os5 
*5x>-7r>$o£& nayamu gavundu, To be 
convalescent, tfoss^csss s&gt^ naya- 
bhayamuga, By means of both 
kindness and threats ; both by 
coaxing, and threatening. 

tfosSaSw nayamu, s. Guiding, direct- 
ing, either literally, or figurative- 
ly as in morals, &c. 

tf tf nara, 5. vide tfs $ narapu. 

tf tf *f&> narakadu, s. A low, or mean, 
man. 

tftfS'sfo narakamu, s. Hell; the infer- 
nal regions. tftf-^o^SoeSb narakan- 
takudu, Yishnu. 

tftf?C naraga, s. A drum. 

tftftgb tfefc^) narapu, narupu, s> The 

greyness of the hair. 
tftfsfeo naramu, 3. A vein. 2. A nerve,. 

tendon, or muscle of the body. 

tf-a*e>o£> foToz^Xi naralubigusukonu, 

The tendons to contract. 
<Sd3&> nariyu, v. n. To grow grey, as 

applied to the hair. 
tf&3b naruku, v. a. vide tf«»gb ua- 

rruku. 

r$o&>&> narruku, v. a. To cut; to hew; 
to fell ; to sever. s t A cut ; a 



tfe»Kb&-Naluguru 



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#ste&-Navayu 



wound. E3o^s»^«oSbjambhaluna- 

rruku, To boast. 
^690 23 s narrudzu, adj. Little, small, 
^esew narrralu, s. flu. Horned beasts- 
n. To wander. 



<S^°tk narrradu, v 
2. To travel. 



1. 



tfeK&tfsSw nalatsadaramu, 



tfoS' nalaka, s. vide tf ?) nali 

naltsadaramu, adj. Square. 

#3) nali, s. Bust, powder. 2. Indispo- 
sition, illness. 

tfSS'o^^psfe? nalikandlapamu, 5. A 
species of lizard. 

tfOS'sSw nalikamu, adj. Little, small ; 
thin, trifling, s. Smallness, little- 
ness ; thinness. 

tfex> nalu, adj. Four ; as. tfex>"3;5e» 
naludesalu,Four quarters or sides. 

jfooSbss' nalukuva, s. Illness, sickness, 
weakness. 

tfaoKo nalugu, s. The act of rubbing 
the body with the flour of green 
gram, Phaseolus radiatus, in order 
to cleanse and purify the skin. v. 
n. To be bruised, or crushed. 2. 
To be weak from sickness. 3. To 
be withered. 

fteo-ifo, tfex>$ nalutsu, nalupu, v. a. 
To crush, or bruise. 2. To rub any 
part ofthe|body. 

£ex>7fc& nalu guru, adj. Numeral. Four. 



tfeajg) nalupu, s. Blackness, adj Black. 
v. a. vide This word under tfex>fto 
nalugu. 

tfew&a nalubadi, adj. Forty. 

tfooss naluva, s. Bramha, the crea- 
tor ; as having four faces. 

tfe»s$ naluvu, s. Beauty, adj. Beauti- 
ful 

tfex>&> nalusu, s. An atom. tfzx>t$c& 
nalusanta, As much as an atom. 

<$<d nalla* adj. Black ; often in it's 
adjective form. $v 3, g& a nallani, 

* CO CO 

nallati, s. Blackness. 2. Charcoal. 
3. Blood, tfo Hb&> nallaguddu, The 
pupil of the eye. tfosfcotfb nalla- 

mandu, Opium, lit. Black medi- 
cine. 

tfo ztf&x), tfo tf nalladanamu, nallana, 

s. Blackness. 
Hosr 8 nallavo, interj. Expressive of 

sorrow, Alas! &c. 
£8 nalli, s. A bug. 
tfg>o& nallinllu, s. plu- Residence, 

oo co 

dwelling. 
^"3&> nalledu, adj. Of the size of a 

span, or of four fingers breadth. 
#35" nava, s. An itching. 
tfssJT^ navagonu, v. n. To itch. 
##&£*&> navanltamu, s. Fresh butter. 
#ssc&s, tfScsak navayu, naviyu, v. n. 

To have any lingering disease ; to 

be weak from it's effects. 



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269 



•&-Natsu 



£tfer» navala, s. A woman. 

$■<&*&> navatu, s. Refined sugar. 

tfsr»tf> navaru, s. Broad and strong 
cotton tape. 

tfar»£r°X&s$x> navasagaramu, 5. Sal- 
ammoniac. 

^.nawu, v. n. To laugh. 5. Laugh- 
ter ; in this sense it is also written 
$$) navu. 

^©Qo-^bnavvintsu, v. Caus. To cause 
to laugh, 

»'^>o&p»ew navvutalu, 5. £>Zm. Laugh- 
ing, joking. tf$Qer>&> navvulata, s. 
Laughter ; amusement ; fun. 

tf$o-& nasintsu, v. n. To be ruined, 
or destroyed. 

tfsxsfoa nashtamu, adj. Lost, destroy- 
ed, annihilated, s. Loss, damage, 
injure, detriment, destruction. 

j67S nasa, s. vide tfss nava. 

#tfes5a> nasyamu, 5. Snuff. 2. Any 
powder or liquid which physici- 
ans prescribe to be snuffed up into 
the nose. ^tfgsSw&e&^b nasyamupi- 
dutsu, To express the juice of any 
herb into the nose. 

tf&^s&w nakshatramu, s. A star. 2. 
A constellation, or lunar mansion, 
of which the Hindoos reckon. 27. 

•p* n£, pro. My. This is the possessive 
pronoun of "^Sab nenu, T. -^a nadi, 
Mine. 



(vT°go naku, v. a. To lick. 

cT> §o%& nakintsu, v. CWs, To cause 
to lick. 

^Xsfco nagamu, s. A serpent, or 
snake. 

■paxes' :6m nagarikamn, 5. Neatness in 
dress, elegance. % Prudence. 

■jy*X© nagali, s. Making in the inflex. 
Sing. tpX^S nagati, A plough, -^x 
feSoS'eso nagatimkarrru, A plough- 
share. ^XofeS-Os^ nagantichippa, 
The wooden part of the plough? 
upon whieh the iron share is fixed. 

TpXssID nagavalli, s. The beetle vine. 
2. The ceremony which terminates 
a Hindoo marriage, generally per- 
formed on the fifth day from the 
commencement of the marriage 
ceremony. 

7r°X3r»tfs5x> nagavasamu, s. The infer- 
nal regions. 

-fT>X*s*Xi6*> nagavasamu, s. A staple 
for a hasp. 2. A dancing school. 3. 
A set of dancing girls. 

7T>Xb nagu, s. Interest paid in grain, 
on account of grain lent. 

^■ar ^ nachikonu, v. a. To usurp ; 
to seize unjustly. 7P'-S)r 6 ao nachi- 
kolu, s. Usurpation ; an unjust 
seizure. 

7r>-& n£tsu, s. The aquatic plants 

te rmed vallisneria octandra. 



■sp'Stftt-Nademu 



-fT*tegs$x> nalakamu, s. A drama, *or 

play. 

7r»fc>3 natu, v. a. To plant. 2. To trans- 
plant- 3. To fix firmly, v. n. To 
prick ; to pierce. 

.«r°*5o-?$b natintsu, v. Cans. To cause 
to plant, &c. 

fr°t>x> natu, adj. Of or belonging to 
the country. 

7T°fc)c85oo nafyamu, s. Dancing. 2. A 
dance. 3. A play. 

•{5r>& nadi, s. Any tubular organ of 
the body ; as an artery, vein, or 
intestine. 2. A Hindoo hour of 24 
English minutes. T^&aSa^nfo nadi- 
tsutsu, To feel the pulse. 

-$*& nadu, s. Making in the inflex- 
sing. -&-•& nati, Time, as -ssK -^^b 
chinnanadu, Infancy. &■$•*&> ana- 
dn. That time. t^^S^So-© n^tinun- 
chi, Since then. 2. A day ; as *3o 
&oS<^&> rendavanadu, The second 
day. 7r°^b"3v»^ex) nadumodalu, 
From that day forwards. 3. A 
country; as &ro&^&> turpnnadu, 
The eastern country. 4. A general 
assembly of the people, isr-Tr"^ 
nanadu* Now and then. -&*■?*&§ 
nanatiki, Pay by daj^. 

-^"3 nade, ,?. A weaver's shuttle. 

^"axSao-^^sSx), 7o-°caes5w na'demu-na" 
riemu, na'nyamu, s. Fineness, as 



270 ^a^&.Napachenu 

applied to the^texture of cloth, pu- 
rity of metal, &c. 2. Ascertaining 
the quality of anything. 3. Ho- 
nesty.4. Coin. adj. Fine. 2- Good, 
honest. 

•jt»8 nati, s. A woman. 

Tr^Jfo nathudn, s. A husband, ma- 
ster, or lord. 

7r°£sfco nadamu, s. Sound in general. 
(3-°ao-v3b nadintsu, To sound. 

TT'-z^tib nadaru, adj. lit. Not posses- 
sing. Poor, helpless, weak. v. n. 
To be poor, helpless, or weak. 

•j3-°tf nana, s. Shame, modesty 

•p^-?p nana, adj. Many, various, diffe- 
rent. 

■&*&> nanu, s. A sort of neck orna- 
ment, worn by Hindoo women, v. 
n. To be soaked, or steeped. 

7T°;&2& nanudu, adj. Moist, wet. 2. 
Soaked, steeped. t?$ tfg'sko^Sb 73-* 
&&> r 7F>sSi&\tfi apustakamunakuna- 
nudu gavatstsunu, I recollect that 
book, by heart, but not so as to 
repeat it without some errors. 

■pr»j3S$ nannpu, v. a. To bleach. 7r»s> 
So -do nanipintsu, v. Cans. To cause 
to bleach. 

^S^s&napachenu, 5. A field of the 
great millet, of which the stalks, 
having been cut, have since thrown 
out sprouts. 



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271 



lsP»S2xro-Nalibu 



7^*$ nabhi, s. The navel. 2. Musk. 3. 

Poison. 
7r»;5b-$ osSxSoo, -?r>ifcs*>a namadheyamu, 

namamu, s. A name, or appellation. 

■jr'skstftt^ namakaranamu, The 

ceremony of giving a child it's 
name. 
73-*sfowM namamu, 5. The white clay, 
with which the worshippers of 
vishnu mark their foreheads. 2. 
The mark itself, thus made, in the 
shape of a trident, of which the 
middle line is yellow or red, and 
the rest white, of this clay. -xrOS 
fjS&T^sksSw^feSTs-'^o vanikividuna- 
mamu pettinadn, He deceived him. 
lit. He marked him with the Na- 
mam. 

73^0600 namu, $. The new sprout, grow- 
ing from the stalks of the great 
millet ; after they have been cut. 

-^ssxrolx namiishi, s- Disgrace. 2. 
Shame. 

T^csssss *r>& nayakavadi, .9. A peon ap- 
pointed by a collector,^ or, amil- 
dar, to superintend the husband- 
men, in their cultivation. 

^osSSb^ nayakudu, 5. A guide, lea- 
der,or conductor. 2. A chief, head, 
or general. 7^000^ nayika, s. A 
mistress, wife, or female. 
pT>csotf nayana, s. A father. 



•pT»csa)£so nayudu, s. A title annexed 
to the proper names of certain 
castes, among the Soodras. 

73-^tf nara, s. The hemp of plants, or 
fibrous bark of trees of the palm 
species, -^tf-fotfew narachfralu, A 

garment of bark, worn by holy 
sages. 

•js^Q nari, s. A woman, in general. 

7or»a nari, s. A bow-string 

^Q£&s&o narikadamu, s. The cocoa- 
nut tree 

73~ D Q~2"*tf6e)o narikayalu, s- plu. Scars- 
2. Warts. 

7T°8&&;g) narikurupu, s. The guinea 

worm. 
•tr > d~i$s$*> narikelamu, s. The cocoa- 
nut-tree, 
■p^esa narru, s A young plant, fit to 

be transplanted. 
(3-»e)i nalaki, s. A sort of sedan chair* 

termed in India a ton jon. 
oT^ss, T^ewXsS" nalava, nalugava, adj. 

Numeral. Fourth. 
7T°D nali, 5. Strength, adj. Slight> 

gentle. 
-p*&ir>& naligali, A soft breeze. 
7T°©3b&;g) naliknrupu, 5. vide ^r°8§b 

&>;& narikurupu. 
(j^Dw^^s^, 73-*SiS3g-&k nalibutamu, 

nalimutstsu, s. A deceitful person. 



soots' bb-Nindaru 



272 



jotftf-Nigacla 



^ex)^, pr°e)"i naluka, nalike, s. The 
tongue. r°o2«?r'e)oS' kondanaluka, 
The uvula. 

7r*ooKo n£lugu, adj. Numeral. Four. 
This word is sometimes fiigurative- 
ly used, to express every. 

■ja-ofs&oew nalamulu, s. plu. Horse- 
shoes 

7o^s5, •&*& nava, navi, s. A ship, boat, 
or vessel, -?n>£§b&> navikudu, 5. A 
pilot, or steersman. 

^r°c$e& navudu, adv. vide wtf-rr* ana- 
ga, No. 1. 

^f^xSw nasamu, s. Destruction, ruin, 
loss. 2- Annihilation, death. 

?)o"§e3 ninkerra, adv. Speedily, swif- 

tly. 
Soft ningi, s. The sky, atmosphere, 

or air. 
S>OT&-£c&o-t$b, $ $ nintsu-nindintsu, 

nimpu, y- a. To fill. The causal 
form of. So&> nindu, </. v. 

$o£© ninjili, .9. Uneasiness, grief, 
sorrow. 

?jots*j ninda, ae^. from. ftodb nindu, 
9. 2?. Full, abundant. 2. Excessive, 
exceeding, great, much. s. Much, 
a great deal. adv. Much, greatly. 

ftoTS^tfb, $o&> nindarn, nindu, s. Ful- 
ness, completion. 



$o2& nindu, v. n. To be filled. 2. To 
be full. SDosk^tfo nindukonu, v. 
Comp. To be pacified, to be silent. 
In books, instead of. $oe& nindu, 
We sometimes find. $oTr»?k nin- 
daru, used, as a verb. 

Sotf ninda, s. Blame, censure. 2. Re- 
proach, reproof. 3. Abuse. 4- Ac- 
cusation. 

sooao-rfo nindintsu, v. a. To blame* 

abuse, vilify, or accuse. 
sg'&sSoo nikatamu, s. Force, compul- 
sion. 2. annoyance. 
$£&&» nikatamu, adj. Near, proxi- 
mate. 
SS'b'tfM nikaramu, s. A flock, or mul- 
titude. 2. The pith, sap, or essence. 
Sg'tfoSw nikaramu, adj. Selected, ex- 
cellent, s. Net balance. 
a~ie$tfs5M niketanamu, s. A house. 
$g>®\ nikkachchi, s- Trouble, an- 
noyance. 
ftS^sSx-s"^^, $&k-tfs5oonikkamu- 
nikkemu, nikknvamu, s. Truth, 
certainty, reality, adj. True, &c. 
S)§b^_ nikkn, v. n. To walk erect ; 
to strut ; to stand on tiptoe ; 
to be proud or presumptuous, s. 
Walking erect, &c. pride, presump- 
tion. 

o>X&£(v5on nigadadannu, v. To stretch 
forth, as the arms or legs. 



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273 



>T3"° 



tfs&o-Nidanamu 



SX'SX' niganiga, s. Glittering, shining. | 
adv. Brightly. 

joxtfsfeasx) nigaranmlu, s. plu. The , 
dried rind of any fruit. 

f3-7T°, $^ niga, nigha, s. Superinten- 
dence, control. 

$-7v° or* (& nigavanu, s. The head of a 
village. 

jofioSo-ifc nigudintsn* v. a. To dis- 
charge, or shoot, as an arrow. 2. 
To draw, as deep sighs. 

Zfotk nigadu, v. n. To grow high. 2. 
To be increased. 

Sfowa nigurru, s. The ashes that re- 
main overlive coal. 

s>fo uiggu, s. Great splendour. 2. 
Sap, essence, pith. v. n. To be ma- 
naged. $ft o-& mggintsii, v. a To 

o 
manage. 

3$oo&o;g)inghantuvu,s. A dictionary, 

or vocabulary ; a collection of 
words, or names. 

$-S\, s>-s\ex> nitstsa, nitstsalu, adv. 

Always, constantly, continually. 
$*3x tf nichchena, s. A ladder. 
$aj;6tt> nijamu, s. Truth, veracity, 

certainty, sureness, reality, adj. 

True, certain, sure, real. 

3 a s5k> nijamu, at/;. Own, perpetual, 
eternal. $«Scp>;5;&k> nijarupamu, 
One's own, or natural, shape. 



SfcousSw nittalamu, s. Certainty, adj. 

Certain. 

s&>°x> nittalu, s. plu. Banks, shores, 
eo * 

3^o^)^3^b nittavodutsu, p. n. To over- 
flow. 2. To stand erect, as the hair 
on the body, from fright, joy, &c. 

$&» nittu, s. Thirst. 

»&xr»&\ nitturpu, *. Difficult, or hard, 
breathing •, loud sobbing ; deep 
sighing. 

3^-» ^o nitradu, s. The post, or 
pole, of a tent, or of a hut. 

s>SS-3^oc5, $£b^$) nidivi-niduda, ni- 
dupu, s. Length, adj. Long. 

3^o55^o nidupaclu, s. A snake. 

S0e£o£>s5*> nitambamu, s. A woman's 
buttocks. 2. The buttocks or po- 
steriors in general ; the circumfe- 
rence of the hip and loins. 3. The 
side of a mountain. 

so^csfc) nityamu, adj. Eternal, ever- 
lasting, continual, perpetual ; past, 
present, and future. 2. Regular, 
fixed, invariable, adv. Daiiy, al- 
ways, continually, constantly. aiTo 
*ftf,s*» nityakarmamu, Daily acti- 
ons. 

»6-?&-tfs5M nidarsanamu, s. An ex- 
ample, or illustration. 2, Evidence; 
an instance. 

a-cptfsSM nidanamu, s. A first cause, 

a primary or remote cause. 2. Dis- 
appearance, cessation, or removal 
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274 



$c8fr*s£-]Niiyama 



of a first cause. 3. Purification, 
purity, or correctness. 4. Ascer- 
taining the cause of disease ; the 
study of symptoms. 5. Judgment. 
&-sr»iooT5b nidanintsn, To examine 
carefully ; to consider, to judge. 
2. To wait or stop a little ; to take 
patience. s»-sptf^&> nidanasthudu, 
A just man. 

Sefctf, szsbtf nidura, niddura, s. From 
s. SjX nidra, j. «;. 

StfsSw niddamu, adj. Coarse, gross. 

$ X nidra, s. Sleep, drowsiness, sloth. 

$-qr*tfs»4 nidhanamu, s. A Nidhi, or 

divine treasure, belonging especi- 
ally to Kubera, the god of wealth. 
2. A receptacle, a place, or vessel 
in, or on, which any thing is col- 
lected, or deposited, 3. Concealed 
property. 

#j£v ninna, s. Making in the inflex. 
Sing- $tf^£3 ninnati, Yesterday. 

S&tf i <C\tf«s» nippatstsaramu, s. Pover- 
ty, indigence. 

S>s^*5, $3}&>o nippati, nippattu, s. A 
sort of cake. 

s>o$v> SsM' nippu, nippuka, s. Fire. 
»^j-/r>e) nippulagali, The hot 
wind. 

SwQ, »a6 nibaddi, nibaddhi, s. 
Truth, certainty, reality.ac//. True. 

jowxtfsfco nibbaramu, adj. Firm ; im- 
moveable, s. Firmness of mind. 



S^oooo^bnibhayintsu, v. a. To suf- 
fer, endure, or bear. 

foanr 6 ^ nimakala s. Remainder. 

£&dj£;6^ nimittamu, s. Cause, reason, 
instrumental cause. 2. Mark, sign, 
spot, trace, token. 3. Object, motive, 
purpose. 4. Necessity, need, want. 

Sotosx3$x>, <0-&>&j5*> nimishamu, nime- 
shamu, 5. The twinkling of an eye, 
a second, instant, or minute. 

$s»o &> nimuru, v. a. To pass the hand 

gently over another, out of kind- 
ness. 

^sk^ss^ nimmalamu, s. Ease, quiet, 
patience, freedom from annoyance 
or grief, adj. Easy, quiet, happy. 

Ss^C>oa$bnimmalintsu, v. n. To be at 
ease, quiet, or patient. 

%a&&g&» niyatakamu, s. Drawers, or 
trowsers, which reach as far as the 
knee; vide tSv*&&x> tsalladamu. 

7 on • 

SosSsfcsSao niyamamu. s. An agreement, 

contract, or engagement. 2. As- 
sent, promise. 3. Any religious ob- 
servance, voluntarily practised; as 
fasting, watching, pilgrimage, &c. 

K»tf&£>Do-&> niyamintsu, p. a To di- 
rect, or order. 2. To appoint. 

»oB&^55i>5o^b niyamakuclu, s. A boat- 
man ; a sailor ; one who rows, 
steers, or keeps a look out from 
the mast head ; a pilot, or steers- 
man. 



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Seas 



.Nirru 



$tic£tixx» nirantaramu, adj. Coarse, 
gross ; without interstice. 2. Con- 
tinned, continuous- adv. Always, 
constantly, frequently, generally. 

stf $» -^550^ nirakhunama, s. An ac- 
count of the price current. 

stftf^sSco nirarthakamn, adj. Vain, 
fruitless, unprofitable, unmeaning. 

&#&&&& niraksharakukshi, s. An 
illiterate person. 

s>Tr»£cr»&>K&» rnraghatamu, adj. Easy, 

unobstructed, without hesitation. 

s>-u^niraSa,s. Despair, despondency. 

»-D^5^6^c6ai nirahararau, s. Fasting. 

s>&& niruku, s. Fixed rate ; price 
current ; tariff ; assize. 

S&db nirudu,s. Making in the innex. 
Singi 2&fe5 nirnti, The last, or past 
year. 

&&©*;;* ska nirudyogamu, adj. Cause- 
less, groundless. 

%&*& nirudhi, s. Thorough under- 
standing ; skill ; fluency. 

s-rj-'tfraa^ nirdhar^namu,*. jCertaint} r , 
or ascertainment. 2. Determination, 

resolution. a-uTtfca^cSoo nirdhara- 
9 

nacheyu, To determine, or resolve. 

$S>e-£o e^sSoa nirnimittamu.acfo. With- 

— o 

out cause ; for no reason. 
3tf\o#*i» nirbandhamu, s. Intent, or 
pertinacious, pursuit of anything. 



2. Seizure ; laying violent hold of 
anything. s^o^o-tSb, s^o^sfc^ 
ctfo nirbandhintsu, nirbandhamu- 

cheyu, v. a. To constrain, or op- 
press. 

$tf\cjsb?x>o nirbhayamu, adj. Fearless, 

undaunted. 

s^«ys&» nirmalamu, adj. Pure, trans- 
parent, clear, clean; free from dirt 
or impurities. 

aTT^easjoo nirmanamu, g. Manufac- 
ture, production, creation, inven- 
tion. j& 8,o^> nirmintsu, v. a. To 
create, or invent. 

$-sr> e>os&» nirmalyamu, s. The re. 

mains of an offering, presented to 
a deity. 

£tfr^e>s$M nirmulamu, s. Extirpation. 
Siba^ysSM'^acconirmulamucheyUjTo 
eradicate. 

SJ-cPQrasSao nirvanamu, s. Nakedness. 

^"o'ps^sSoo, S)'T7»£S^»§'§5>3 nirvahamu, 
nirvahakamu, 5. Management. 2. 
Power or ability to perform, ex- 
ecute, sustain, &c £tfeSr<»~-s$b nir- 
vahintsu, v. a. To manage, or tran- 
sact. 2. To sustain. 3. To effect. 
S)T7*osSTo§b£so nirvahukudu, s. A 
manager. 

S>&£» nirru, adv, Very, much, 4 



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276 



$"3<>e$-Nivverra 



R>»&e» nirrranflgu, v. n. To hold up, 
or erect, the head ; to twist back 
the body, &c. From affected pride, 
or insolence. 

Sosstfafoo nilavaramu, s. Truth, cer- 
tainty, adj. True, certain. 
$£»§'£, $wg£ nilukala, nilakacla, s. 



From joew-&nilatsu, 



q. v. 



Constan- 



cy, firmness, steadiness. 

S>sx>aft nilntsu, v. n. To stand. 2- To 
remain, halt, or stop. 

Sex>^ nilnpu, v. a. To stop, or cause 
to stand. 2. To stop, or interrupt 
in progress ; to adjourn, to post- 
pone. 3. To stop, or cause to cease. 
4. To set, or place, upright. 5. To 
place, or repose, as faith in an- 
other. 6. To preserve or save. 7. 
To reserve part of a whole. 8. To 
repress, allay, humble, or abate. 

^ejoss", $o<ytf niluva, nilava, s. From 
s>e>o-i$b nilutsu. q. v. Residue, ba- 
lance, remainder. 

£>ew;s8o-i5b niluvarintsu, v. a. From 
joswiSb nilutsu, q. v. To cause to 
stand. 2. To support, manage, or 
sustain. 3. To make proceed, to 
cause to go on. 

$ex>s$ niluvu, s. A man's height, with 
his hand held upright. 2. The un- 
reaped portion of a field partly 
reaped. 3. Height, adj. High, tall. 



•5r>^§S)exi"Sen>S)sx?6M vanikiniluve- 
llavishamu, He is a very deceitful 
scoundrel, lit. His height is all 
poison. 

»35" 6o^ nivartintsu, v. a. To aban- 

o 

don, or quit.y.w.To cease, or leave 
off. 

o>*r>tfre;6M nivaranamu, 5. A remedy; 
a cure. 2. Ave rting, driving a way. 
3. Deliverance. 4. Prevention. S>«r» 
ao-&> nivarintsu, To cure, or re- 
medy. 2 To avert, or dissipate. 3. 
To deliver. 4. To prevent. 

o>*r>§> nivali, s. Taking away the ef- 
fect of evil looks. 

%>sr*Po&i nivalintsu, v. a. To take 
away the effect of evil looks. 

$«r>tfs$M nivasamii, s. A house. 

£>$& nivuru, v. a. To touch, to feel. 
?>%)<&) nivurru, s. The ashes upon live 

coal. 
(O^tfsSM nivesanamu, s. Ground to 

the extent of 2,400 feet square. 2. 

vide £>~£&ste> nivesamu, 3. A camp. 
ss'otBex) nivvatilin,*;. n. To overflow; 

to be too fall. 
S>»r°^f> nivvali, s. vide £»r°f> nivali. 
»"3S&p> » "Sc esfto nivverra,nivverragu, 

s. Wonder, surprise, amazement. 

S>"3owXo26 nivverragandu, To 

wonder, to be surprised, or asto- 
nished. 



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277 



&*3xSr»8-Nititsuli 



3^S> nisani, s. A flag, or banner. 2. 
A mark, or sign. 

»|^sSm nisithamu, s. Midnight. 

S)§*\oasj6oo nischayamu, s. Certainty, 
ascertainment, positive conclusion. 
2. Positive resolution, settled de- 
termination. 

$#\oooo-i$b nischayinfcsu, v. a. To set- 
tle, resolve, or determine. 2. To 
ascertain, 

8>«^«£s$m nischitanm,ad/. Ascertained, 

settled* 
ft«\ irx &-» nischitarthamu, 5. The 

u cp 

ceremony of betrothing two per- 
sons, in which the terms of the 
future, marriage are settled. 

j&^slsSaa nis'seshamu, s. Whole, com- 
plete, entire, all. 

a?\#sSc>o nishiddhamu, adj. Prohibi- 
ted, forbidden. 

ja-fxS'&w nishekamu, s. Consumma- 
tion of marriage. 

£-£>.$s5k> nishedhamru s. A prohibi- 
tion. s>-|>.ao3b nishedhintsu, To 
prohibit. 

a&k-tffojfoonisblcapatamu"* adj. Sin- 
cere ; without deceit. .%. Sincerity. 

&&k_sx£- nishkarsha, s. Determina- 
tion, settlement, final arrange- 
ment. 2. Certainty. ftsx^^E-o-tf) 
nishkarshintsu, To determine, set- 
tle, fix, or resolve. 



Ssx^-if nishkala, s. A woman past 
child-bearing. 

$&. nishtha, s. The catastrophe of a 
drama, the conclusion of a fable. 
2. Conclusion in general, end, ter- 
mination. 3. Disappearance, loss, 
destruction. 4. Confirmation, com- 
pletion. 5. Ordinary and uniform 
practice, or profession. 6. Good 
conduct, excellence. 7. Religious 
practice, devout and austere ex- 
ercise. 

$^tfoS:» nishthuramu, adj. Cruel, 

harsh. 2- hard, solid. 
afr nisi, s. Night. 

$&>;$ nisuvu, s. The young of any 

animal, or of the human species. 
&tfv«k$ nissattuvu, s* Weakness ; 

debility. 
$-£p^tfe6w nissaramu, adj. Sapless, 

pithless, dry. 
3"tl\£s5Do nikshepamu, s. A deposit, 

or pledge. 

& 

§> ni, 'pro. Thy. This is the possessive 
of &$ nivo, q. v. & a nidi, Thine. 

ftsfsSw nichamu, adj. Low, base, vile, 
mean. 

ftfe33br*S nftitsuli, s. Fire, who in 

Hindoo mythology is represented 
-is the parent of water. 



fc&STa-Nirukatte 



278 



&7T&J&3 T uggadu 



§&w& m'dtata, s. The wind ; the 
father of fire, and grand father of 
water. 

£>&m nitu, s. Vanity, pride of dress, 
foppishness. 

$>& nida, s. Shade. 2. Shadow. 

£>2& nidu, s. A Telugu title, added 
to the proper names of the Kum- 
ma caste ; as. <t2>o%frtk> ankinidu, 

b® niti, s. Ethics, moral qhilosophy; 
morals. 2. Guiding, directing. 3. 
Obtaining, acquirement, acquisi- 
tion. 

£)-tr>£sb nivalin, s. Boiled water, to 
mix with, gro-cp^b kuradu, q, v. 

&& niru, s. Making in the inflex. 
Sing, ha niti, Water. This word is 
generally used in the plural num- 
ber, &?o nillu, ft&s'ko "Ssftew niru- 
kai£(i devulu, A stoppage of urine. 

fo&r^-^sSoo nirukattepamu, s. A 
watersnake. s , o^&"§&»r o 3b kan- 
dlanfllupettukonu, To shed tears. 
%>"&*&> nilladu, To be brought 

CO 

to bed; frc5o-2:»K, £o£ niru-bu- 
gga, baclda, A water babble. £>& 
t&&>§o nirutsurukti, Ardor urine. 
abS$>s5aaT§e£frl5 pT»^ duhkhamuche- 
tanirainadu, He has wasted away, 



from sorrow. «o7v»&$)& bangaru- 
nlro, lit. gold-water. Gilding. && 
Sim nlruvattu, s. Thirst. 

&&>-g^& nirukaru, s. A kind of pin- 
cers, or tongs. 

&&>& nirudi, s. Urine. 

ftbb© nirulli, s. An onion. 

£>&$» nlrru, s. A tear ; water from the 
e3^e. 2. Ashes over live coal. 

r^ejs^ nilarnu, s. The sapphire. 2- 
Black, or dark blue, colour. 

&© nilij 5. The indigo plant. Indigo- 
fera tinctoria. 2. Dark blue colour. 
ftS^o&iig) niliyedupu, False wee- 
ping ; crocodile tears. &s«p^r 
nilivarta, A false rumour- 

ftwoTfo, &sx> nilugu, nilgu, o. n. To 
strut, to walk proudly. 2. To die. 
3. To yawn. s. Strutting. 

&g nillu, ^. £>/w. vide ft& niru. 

&$ nivu, pro. Thou. 

sfcofo nungu, s. The edible seed of 
, a palmyra fruit, while unripe- 
j&o-©, ;&o& nunchi, nundi, postpos. 
From, away from; out of; by; 
since. 
s5b7T°^b nuggadu, v. a. To kill, assas- 
sinate, or slaughter. 



(3o«b76-Nurugu 



279 



sfctfew-Nusahi 



s?c«o nuggu, v. a. To pound, or re- 
duce to powder. 2. To speak flu- 
ently, in confutation of others. §. 
Powder. 2. A dung cake, used as 
fuel. xJbKbjan-S'Tro nuggunutsaga, 
adv- Into powder, or pieces. 

j3o-E5bN^r»e5ew nutstsupatalu, s. plu m 
Bits of cloth, with which the na- 
tives tie the teats of sheep, &c. 

&&, <&&><£) nudi, nuduvu, s. A word 

or expression. 
&&<$ nuduvu, v. a. To say, express, 

or tell. 

jSS© nuti, 5. Praise, eulogium, com- 
mendation, panegyric, applause, 
encomium. s5b8o-&>, sfcScooo-eSb nu- 
tintsu, nutiyintsu, v. a. To praise, 
or applaud. 

sbribtf) nuduru, s. Making in the in- 
flex. Sing. sa&feS nuduti, The fore- 
head. 

sfcsfccg) nunupu, s. Smoothness, adj. 
Smooth. 

j&j^tf nunnana, s. Smoothness. j&tf^ 
»j sfctf^ nunnani, nvjnna, adj. 
Smooth* 

satf^csfc) nunnaeheyu, p. «. To 

smooth ; to level. 2. To destroy, 

or ruin. 
■sbooog nuyyi, s. Making in the inflex. 

Sing, j^,© nuti, A well. 
sfc&Hb, &&>%) nurugtr, nuruvu, 5. 

Froth, foam. 



ssbww^b nurrutsu, v. a. To thrash corn, 
by trampling it under the feet, 
either of men, or cattle. 

s&iMsSw niirrumu, v. a. To pulverize; 
to reduce to powder, or dust. s. 

Powder, dust. R5bea3s6w^ccoo, ;&e£o 
s5:r°£b nurrumuche} 7 u, nnrrumadu, 
To kill, or assassinate. 
j&oS' nulaka, s. A sort of rope, or 
string, of which the net work 
which forms the bottom of the 
common native bedsteads is com- 
posed. 

ssbD nuli, .<?. Griping pain in the in- 
testines, adj. Little, gentle. &&-& 
few, sfcDfr^afc nulipettu, nuligonu, 
To have griping pains. 

ssbS)£>?5b7foe,\5 nulipurugulu, s. flu. 
Worms found in the intestines. 
sfcS-S-O^nulivetstsa, Gentle 
warmth. 

ssbScg) nulivu, s. Sound in general. 

sbexi-&), |Soew^) nulutsu, nulnpu, v. a. 
vide. sbasooSb nurrutsn. 

sjosx)o5c» nulumu, v. a. To twist round 

the flesh. 
so$, ?5b$o nuvu, nuvvu, s. A crop 

of sesamum. In the plural, this 

word denotes the sesamum seed 

itself. 

sotfex>, j&i&ejo nusaia, nusulu, v. n. 
To trifle away time. 



rfroftau-Nurrtsu 



280 



"^X'^b-Nes:adu 



&% nusi, s. The dust into which wood 
is reduced, by insects. p5o&$&7fo 
nusiptirugu, An insect found in 
timber. 

#b&>e& ntisuma, s. The eye-fly. 
?5cr° 

•Sr* nu, s. A contraction of (&$* nuv- 
vu, q. v. As t^OoS nubindi, The 
flour of the sesamum seed. 

tfr^eo nukala, s. phi. Broken pieces 
of rice, or of similar substances. 

!&;*&> nuku, v. a. To push violently ; 
to thrust out. i>o£o?&^§b pentanuku, 
To sweep away the dust, or dirt. 

&r>7^&> nugaru, s. A line- of hair, 

from the navel to the breast. 
tfrofio nugu, s. A sort of dust, which 

covers the grain of the great millet. 

Holcus saccharatus. 
&r°e£tfs5w, tfj^efs sfo> nutanamu, nutna- 

mu, adj. New, fresh, recent, youug. 
7&r>H) nune, s. Oil in general, 
rfyfsso nurru, §. Making in the inflex. 

Sing. ;s^fe5 uuti, A hundred, adj. 

One hundred. 
-&p>£9o nurru, v. a. To grind. sf_§tfr>*» 

kattinurru, To sharpen, or grind 

a knife, 
j&pa^x nurrtsu, v. a. vide (&<y»T&, $r> 

esttv, j^eJ^S nurru tsu, nurrpu, nu- 

rrpidi. 



^n»ex) nulu, s. Making in the inflex. 
Sing. Either. t&p>w, ?&■*£ nulu, nu- 
li, Thread. t&p>w£o"3 nulukande, 
An oblong roll, or ball, of thread. 
tftf^;&n>ex> sannanulu, Fine thread. 
&n>e>o3S£So§o nuluvadukti, To spin 
thread- 

^>ewr°R6 nulukonn, v. n< To be ex- 
cited, or incited. 2. To be rallied 
in battle. 3. To recover one's senses. 



£v jjafoo, tf\#csfc» nrittamu, nrityamu, 

s. Dancing. 
^\^)^b 5 tfsssnripudu, nripati, s. A 

ruler ; a king. 



s. Thrashing corn. 



75 ne, part This is a syllable prefixed, 
in composition only, to substan- 
tives, to denote-Soft, smooth ; as- 
"a-acr* ssao nemmomUjA smooth face. 
The consonant following it is al- 
ways doubled. 

-3r*k_?$3nekkont!,p- n. To be spread. 

-3K& negadi, s. A large fire, lighted 
for warmth in cold weather, or for 
keeping off wild beasts. 

UXdo negadu, .9. A shark, v. n. To 
be encreased or promoted. &. To 
spread, or extend. 3. To be publi- 
shed. 



"S^b«b-Netturu 



281 



~3<x»< 



g-Keyyi 



~3K&o& negadintsu, v. Cans. To 

cause to increase, or extend. 2. To 
publish. 

15?Ccc&> negayu, v. n. To fly. 

l$>fo°x> negulu, s. Perturbation, dis- 
quiet. 

15?fo neggu, v. n. To be managed, or 
ended, v. a. To push one forward. 
135\ o-db neggintsu, v, a. To manage. 

ISSSbv netstsa, 5. A quantity of very 
small broken rice, &c 

1&t3^8 neclicheli, s. A friend ; either 
male, or female. 

15&* nettana, adv. Exceedingly, ex- 
cessively. 

75&>5ac<b nettapanta, adv. Destitute of 
cause, or reason. 

15&* netfcu, i7. a. To push, or thrust, 
away violently. 

"j3&*>r°s& nettukonu, v. Comp. To 



rush in. 



■^fe3oT5a nettintsu, v. Cam. To cause 
to push, or thrust,away violently. 

15 jjj&w nettamu, s. Elevated ground; 
a table land. 2. Gaminp-. 

15 J), "S_§-r°c«5 netti, nettikaya, «. 
The head, ^^fo nettimiita, A 
burden carried on the head. 

ias&>& net turn, s. Blood, u&&?(& 
netturugadda, A boil. Ts^o&ttoS' 

D 

netturubanka, The Woody flux. 



15tf & nenaru, s, Affection, tenderness, 
attachment. 

ISsSsSm nepamu, s. Blame. 2. Accusa- 
tion. 3. A pretence. 

"3;$* neppu, s. The destined, fixed, or 
usual place. 2. Contrivance, expe- 
dient. 3. Good order, or arrange- 
ment. 

15s£§o nemaku, v. a. To search, or 

look for. 
"^jfctfb nemara, s. The chewing of the 

cud. i53Sa&>-"2>ko, ~ia^a nemaru-pe- 

ttu, veyu, To chew the cud. 

ISsfoe) nemali, $. A peacock. 

"SsSaotfb nemuru, v. a. To rub the body 
with unguents. 

"j53fc,a nemmadi, $. Quiet, or ease, of 
mind. 2. rest, repose. i3:^aTr>8joogb 
nemmadiganundu, To be free from 
all disquietude. 

TSS&j nemmi, s. Happiness. 2. Meek- 
ness. 3. friendship 4. A peacock. 

"S-^co- e» nemmulu, s. ^^. Iron nails, 
sharp pointed at both ends* 
whereby boards are conjoined. 

"So33ct5cK» neyyai&'*j s. Affection, ten- 
derness. '^cfi3co^)&oews' neyyampu- 

taluka, Displeasure towards an ob- 
ject beloved. 

!§©a>Q neyyi, s. Making in the inflex* 
Sing. -f& neti, Clarified butter. 
Ghee. 

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■SwoBk-Nerrayu 



282 



"atfo-JSievva 



~8>ticXx>, "^aoaoo nerayu, neriyu, v. n. 
To extend ; to pervade. 2. To be 
published. 8. To grow grey as hair. 

13>S$, 13&^ neravu, nerupu, v. a. 
To spread or scatter. 2. To pub- 
lish* 5. The act of spreading. 2. 
greyness of hair. 

IStfjoo nerasu, s. An atom. 2. A fault, 
or mistake. 

1S9 neri, s. A sympathetic swelling, 
caused by a wound or sore, but 
in a part of the body different from 
the precise place where the wound 
or sore is. 

•^&s6a> nermnu, v. n. The tendons 
or intestines, to pain. v. a. To turn 
or twist round a weapon, in a 
wound, after it has been thrust 
into the body. 

"3&ig> neruvu, v. a. To distribute any 
thing among a company, either in 
equal or unequal shares, according 
to their rank, 2. To make even, to 
equalize. 
3&9 nerra, adj. This is a word al- 
ways prefixed to substantives, and 
denoting- Great, entire ; as. is&s 

s&o&> nerramanta, A great flame, 

or pain. iSesS)^ nerravidde,Mimic- 

kry. 
^tag-en nerrakalu, s. plu. Vital parts. 

2. Hair. 

Ibeso^o nerrayu, v. n r vide i&jsx) 

nerayu, No. 1, & 2. 



"Seas^ nerra vu, s. Breadth. 2. Nobi- 
lity, adj. Noble, excellent. 

"^ea^cso nerraverru, v. n. To be ac- 
complished, perfected, completed 
or fulfilled. ises^ean nerraverrtsu, 
v. a. To accomplish, Or fulfil. 

lSe*3 nerri, s. Merit, goodness, excel- 
lence. 2. Greatness, eminence, ex- 
cess, adj. Good, excellent. 

ISeJg' nerrika, s. A female's under 
garment. 

i "3&3os3, !s~U nerriya, nerre, s. A crack 
I ^ 

in the ground. 

i "3eJc«r» nerriya, adv. Entirely, totally. 
> "^aassx) nerrulu, 5. phi. The hair. 

Sv nela, 5. A month. 

-3<yr°;& nelakonu, «?. n. To be exten- 
ded ; to be scattered. 2, To stand, 
or stop. 

Svtf, IS^S' nelata, nelatuka, s. A 
woman. 

•3e>^) nelavu, 5. A house, dwelling, or 
residence, is^r ^ nelavukonu. 
To reside. 

•^^cg), "&$5ag> nelavu, neluvu, 5. Infor- 
mation, acquaintance, knowledge, 
experience. n>$ssQ nelavari, s. a 
well informed, experienced, or cle- 
ver person. 2. A person well known. 

"$*© nevali, 8. vide "^^bD nemali. 

=$£<>, 1$%o&k nevva, nevvamu, s. 
Calamity, distress, misfortune. 2, 
danger, peril. 



"jSafr-Neyu 



283 



^^V^NerpintSu 



■^22™ neja, s. A short spear »or lance. 

-fm netu, «4/. Noble, excellent. 

-§&> nedu, s. Making in the inflex. 
Sing. -^63 neti, To-day, this day. 

S6 neta, s. Weaving. 2. Texture. 
-^^tv°^o netagadn, A weaver 

-^^sfeo netramu,*. The eye. 2. blea- 
ched or woven silk, ^^rtyti&xt 
netrachchhadamu, The eye-lid. 

-jS^o nenu, pro. Making in the nom. 
plural. •&>«*» memu, or in books 
sometimes. -§&*, Ssx» nemu, emu. 

-^2X) nebu, s. A coin, of the value of 
40 cash. 

"^Sc&S'sko nemakamUjS. Choice, deter- 
mination. 2. A rule, or law. 

~f&>&x> nemamu, $. vide Scs&sfcsba ni- 
yamamu. 

"^ddo-jSd nemintsu, v. a. To determine, 
or fix. 2. To appoint ; from, 
~&s5i>o5M nemamu 5 q. v* This verb is 
also the causal form of "^sSx> nemu, 
q. v. 

"i§s5x> narau, v. a. To sift, to winnow. 

-fate neyn, v. a. To weave. -^o»o-i5b 
neyintsu, v. C'aus. To cause to 
weave. sSb o-CsSx) ~^afco mantsamune- 
yu, To lace a cot, x&-|§csfc> gaddi- 
neyu, To thatch with grass. 



l§tf£o Derami, s. Stupidity. 2. Mis- 
take, fault. 3. Failing. This is the 
nagative noun from iStfcsk ncru- 
tsUj q. V. 

l§tf s$w neramu, s. A crime, or offence, 
£. A fine. -jStfsswar*^ neramumo- 
pu, To charge, lit. To load, with a 
crime ; to accuse. •5^$2>r»Q~fti&» 
•^pSjoq vanimidaneramu mosindi, 
He has been found guilty of the 
crime, lit. The crime has been 
laden upon him. "^tftfod&nerasthu- 

du, A criminal, culprit, or offender. 

"^tfcnft, ~f>&£ nerutsu, nertsu, v. a. 
To learn. The affirmative and ne- 
gative aorists of this verb are ad- 
ded to other infinitives, as auxili- 
aries, to denote the possession, or 
want of power or ability. I can, &c. 
I cannot, &c. 

l§9\r*3b, "^«o\r°jso nerchikonu, ner- 
tsukonu, v. Gomp. To learn, or ac- 
quire knowledge, -g^ nerpu, v. 
Gaus. To teach, to instruct, s. 
Skill, knowledge, information. 2. 
Dexterity, ability. 3. Contrivance. 
4. Merit. i§&:$e, ~^^8 nerupari, 
nerpari, A clever person. 

"^9^0^50 nerpintsu, v. Gaus. To cause 
to teach ; to educate. "^9^ ^rimi* 
s. Skill, dexterity. 



S^rtbyo.Nogulu 



284 



J^^&w-Nonatu 



T§e> nela, s. Land, soil, earth. ^vgoK* 

e>&"3i5b\ nelakugolakudetstsu, To 

turn topsyturvy. T§e)Kex>?g) nelaga- 

lupu, To kill, to ruin. *&e>sfc^!>X' 

nelamaliga, A subterraneous a- 
bode. 

-&£&x nevanm, 5. Fraud, trick, decep- 
tion. 2. Pretence. 

TSsr^sSw nevalamu, 5. A kind of neck- 
lace, worn by women. 

"& 7$£x> nestamu, s. Friendship. -g rs 
-T°t£o nestakadu, A male friend, 
or companion. "^&>-u"»ex> nesturalu, 
A female friend. 

2. 

2_-S"c!6» naichyamu, s. Meanness,low- 
ness, pretended humilit}?-. 

15"^£>'ea6s> naivedyamu, & An obla- 
tion, or offering, to the deity. 

&°o& nontsu, v. a. To pain, or hurt. 
^°Sb^- nokku, s. A dent, or bend. 

v. «. To press down, to compress. 

S^§k-.e3&>ftb nokkiadugu, To ask 

rigidly, or severely. 
£"*§(,_ o-& nokkintsu, v. Cans. To 

cause to press down, &g> 
Sr°Xex> nogalu, s. plu. The poles con- 
necting a carriage with the yoke. 
Sr°/foe)o nogulu, v. n. To be wearied, 

or fatigued. 



2T*£V\> nochchillu, 5. plu. Saliva. 

$r°£o\ notstsu, v. w. To smart, pain, 
or ache. $"*e&£b nodutsu, To hurt, 
torment, or cause pain. s&tf&^JT* 
^5v manassunotstsu, The mind to 
be displeased. S^^r ^ notstsu- 
konn, To repent of; to be sorry, 
or afflicted ; to regret. 

&>£&>& noduvu, v. a. To say, tell, or 
express, s. Saying, ^s^a&^ew 
tolinoduvulu, s. plu* The Vedas. 
lit. The first sayings. 

$*o>\ noppi, s. Bodily pain, or ache, 
^g^o-tknoppintsu,?. a. To hurt, 
or pain. 2. To afflict,or torment. 3. 
To displease, or offend. £ tfssj& 
^°s5^e>oX^ao^5 prasavapunoppulu- 
ganipintsu, The pains of labour 
to appear, or commence- 

&*$&} nosalu, s. Making in the inflex. 
Sing. $*#& nosati, The forehead. 

-&n>& notsti, v- a. To perform a me- 
ritorious act. 

S^SosSm notamu, s. Examination of 
coin by sight. ^^i^>^o notagadu, 
A shroff, or money changer. 

Ito-o^fcw nonatu, v. a. To pierce, so 
as to cause pain. -&n>-jr>zk nonadu, 
To offend ; to cause pain, or sor- 
row- Tkr>lScsco noneyu, To throw. 



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sSoKtfsfccJPandzaramu 



so as to cause pain. These three 
words are compounded of $* no, 
The irregular infinitive of 3"°-&>\ 
notstsu, To pain, and the verbs. 
7t°^d, es&> natu, adu, And. ^docu e- 
yu, q. v. 

!br°&» nomu, s. A vow. 2- A merito- 
rious act. 3. Fasting, v. a. To lose. 
2. To perform a meritorious act. 

£"*& nora, s. Making in the inflex. 
Sing. "Sopd fe3 noti, The month. $*& 
s5«>o»? norumuyyi, Hold your ton- 
gue. 

•j5"°£6 naukari, s. Service, TS'S'tib nau- 
karu, A servant. 

•£t>c03Ss5m nyayamu, s. Propriety, fit- 
ness. 2. Justice, equity. 3. Law. 4. 
Morality. 5. Logic. 6. A reason, or 
cause. ■?p , cc$6c55m iryayyamu, adj. 
Eight, proper, fit, jnst. 

3 pa, The thirty-sixth letter, and 
twenty-first consonant, in the Te- 
lugu alphabet. 

3o"^ panka, s. A fan. 

&o§o$fc pankintsu, v. n. To receive 

attention ; to possess weight, or 

authority. 



So I paiikti, s. A line, row, or range. 

53 oX panga, s. The forked branch ol 
a tree. ^oXfeSoiSb-^oKSo^b, sSoXOo 
-tfo pangatintsu, pangadintsu, pan- 
galintsu, v. a. To open the legs. 
sSoXfe5"5" c if pangatikalla, adj. Ban- 
dy-legged. 

eSoX7^s5b55ao panganainamu, s. videT. 
•p-sfc&o namamu, No. 2. 

Softci pangidi, s. A deep pit, for cat- 
ching elephants, 

3oKo pangu, s. Pudendum mnliebre. 

3otf pantsa, s. A veranda. 

sSo-S'S' sS>3 pantsakamn, s. The quan- 
tity of 5 tooms of grain. 

tfo-S'-sr'tf pantsadara, s. Sugar. 4b<^> 
%&g-$otf-&*$ china, patika-pantsa- 
dara, Sngar candy. 

•So-2T-£pf>, ssoi^a pantsapalf, pantsa- 
di, s. The roof of a veranda or bal- 
cony. 

#oiSz>oiv>$&x> panchabangalamu, 5. 
Disappearance, vanishing. 

s5o-E)S£<6x> panchitamn, s. Cow's urine. 

sSoo& pantsu, v. a. To distribute, 
divide, or share. 2. To dispatch, or 
send. 3. To command. 

sSo^ panche, s. A Hindoo's lower 

garment. 
oSostfsSw pandzaramu, s, A cage- 



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•SoaS-Pandiri 



sSog* 3 pandzu, s. A torch. 

£o*g panje, «cZ; Poor, helpless, s. A 
helpless person. s5og?e5tf;6o3 panje- 
tanamu, 5. Helplessness. 

%ok> panta, s. Produce ; crop. s5o&> 
z5vo& pantavalantb s. The earth. 

s3ok>£r°^ pantasala, s- A granary or 
magazine. 

;Sofe3 panti, s. A large earthen pot, 
with a wide mouth. 

Sola pante, s. A distaff. 

£o k> §^ej pantrakola, 5. A harpoon. 

s3o-cr , -sr*o£&> pandavandlu, 5. plu. A 
certain caste of Hindooos, named 
Panda. 

^oS«^^3 panditudu, s. A pundit, or 
learned brahman. 

3o&> paudu, 5. Making in the in- 
flex. Sing- ;$ofc3 panti, And in the 
nom. plu. ;So&> pandlu, A fruit. 
v. n. To ripen. 2. To produce. 3. 
To lie down. 4. To be accompli- 
shed. ^o^o^r*§05 5Sot^§o pandu- 
taku, pandaku, A yellow or ripe- 
ned leaf. 

£o£&"315n <u panduvermela, .9. lit. Ri- 
pened moon light. The height of 
the full moon. 

So&otfa pandintsu, v, Cans. To 
cause to ripen ; to cultivate, or 
raise a crop. 



sSods^ptf) pancjabaru, v. n. To begin 
to ripen. 2. To grow pale, or white. 

£o<3or*;co panclukonu, v.- Comp. To 
lie down, or recline. 

£o£oX panduga, .v. A feast. 

&o&>ss, ^0^3^) panduva, panduvu, 

5. vide. s5o2ooK panduga. 
sSo/B,o2&» ^o^lo^o pandrendu, pan- 

clhendn, adj. Numeral. Twelve. 
*&o6tix> pantamu, «v. A vow, promise, 

or engagement. 2. A wager. 3. Ob- 
stinacy, firmness, perseverance. 

£o^fto-&> pantagintsu, v. n. To vow. 
2. To wager, 3. To persevere. 

s5o$oe>o pantulu, s. plu. A title affix- 
ed to the proper name, and assum- 
ed by brahmans in the northern 
circars, when employed by go- 
vernment. 2. A schoolmaster. 

sSo« panda, s. A coward. 

sSoapandi, s. A hog. ;Soar B §b( r - pan- 
dikokku, s. An immense rat, com- 
monly termed a bandy coot. sSoft 
r°s$M, pandikommu, The tusk of 

— o 

the wild boar, ica^olo^ pan- 
digondrintsti, To grunt as a hog. 

sSoaofcsfco pandiyamu, s. vide ^o"3j6x> 
pandemu. 

xSoaO, 3oa£> pandiri, pandili. s. Ma- 
king in the inflex. Sing. ^oftfeS p au- 
di ti, And the nom. plu. sSoa#S 

' L CO 

pandillu, A shed made of leaves, 
of wicker work ; a pandol 



ss'k Pakka 



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itf&Pagada 



So&sfco pandumu, .?. Ten tooms. 

sSo'B&w pandemu, s. A wager, stake, 
or bet. fioca;g);So"3s53o gurrrapu pan- 
demu, A horse race. 3o"3sSx<s^o 
pandemu vodo, To lose a wager. 
so"35^^ewu5bparidenTugelutsu, To 

win a bet. 

sSoS"*^) a, So^TS^a pandommidi, 
pandhommidi,ad/. Numeral. Nine- 
teen. SofiT's^o^ pandomman- 
dru. *. £>/w. Nineteen^persons. 

^osSg's^ pampakarau, s. Division, 
sharing. 2. Sending. 3. Dismission. 
4- Contrivance, means, expedient. 

5So t&, 3 o a o ■?& pampu, pampintsu, . a. 
tfi'de t9osg) ampu, The former word 
is $lso a substantive noun, and de- 
notes. Sending, dismissing. 2. A 
certain* weight equal to five eighths 
of a seer. ZoQ^o&z pampu cheyu, 

To send evil spirits to torment 
another. 

■S5'sS3'«opakapakalu,s.pZw.Loud bursts 

'of laughter. 3Sss&tf£)P, sssss§'er<>2& 

pakapakanavvu,pakapakaladu,?7.?z. 
To laugh very loudly. 

SagfrJ. pakka* s. The side. 2. A side 
or direction. 3. A page. 4. A bed, 
or bedding, adj. Near, next, neigh- 
bouring. sss'k-ajoGX) pakkayilhi,The 
neighbouring house. s5^,_^ogo 
pakkapanrllu, The side teeth, as 



distinguished from those in front. 
S5Sk_ae>*fc» pakkabalamn, Auxiliary 
force ; assistance, help, sS^tp^ 
$ pakkagabovu, To walk along- 
side. s5§'k_Sa'6xg'pakkayemuka, s. 
A rib. 33^^^2S^&)3bpakkap6t- 

lubodutsu, To tickle one in the 
sides. 

sss'k-sfo) pakkanru, s. A side. 2. The 

lunar fortnight, either of the moon's 
increase, or decrease. 

ssi^_ pakki, 5. A bird. 

3§ok_ pakku, s. A scab. 

ssgo^tf pakkuna, adv. Suddenl}-. 2. 

Inconsiderateh'. 3. exceedingly. 

%s~^^-bo pakkerra, $, Armour, mail. 

ss^oska pakvamu, adj. Ripe, mature. 
2. Dressed, cooked. 3. Fit for use; 
fit, convenient. £S'ps5cx>^c*ft> pakva- 
mucheyu, To cook or dress vituals, 
&c. 2. To bring any thing to a 
proper settlement. sS^qsfc^ pakva- 
magu, To become ripe? or mature. 

SX" paga, s. Hatred, hostility, enmity. 
2. an enemy, or foe. ssjc &•&£-§*«& 
pagadirstukonu, To revenge ; to 
avenge, lit. To vent one's enmity. 
ssKafcw pagabattru, To entertain or 
conceive hatred. 

3X2» pa-gad a, s. An ace ; one in 



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sS&sfoo-Patamu 



^sx^s5w pagadamu, s. Coral. 2. vide 
$K& pagacla. sSX&os&eg^ paga- 

dampurikka, The sixth of the 

lunar mansions. 
S)K&o£& pagatudu, s. An enemy, or 

foe. This word, in the nora. plu. 

Makes, sSXes, ssK&xyo pagarra, pa- 

gatulu. 
£Ksx>, ssrtbtw pagaln, pagulu, v. n. To 

break, crack, or go to pieces ; to 

be broken, or fractured, as a limb; 

to break, or burst, as a sore. s. 

Making in the inflex.Sing.sKfcS pa- 

gati, Day, day-time. 
SKe>o£>_§ pagaluvatti, s- A blue light. 
s5KSo-3c-;SftSo-i5b, sSKewx pagalintsu- 

pagilintsu, pagaltsu, v. a. To 

break, or crush. sSKe^fco pagala- 

goftu, To break into pieces, to 

break open, to break, off. 

ssftogs pagullu,s plu. Crevices, cracks. 
Tr»^s5Kex> ratripagalu, Day and 
night. sS£o;3Xex> pattapagalu, Mid- 
day. 

s$fte> pagidi, s. Mode, manner, way. 

&K sfo» paggamu, s. A rope, rein, or 
o 
halter. 

£Ac&, 31? paggiya, pagge, s. Arro- 
gance. 

3tfao3b pacharintsu, v. n. To walk 
about ; to wander. 2. To cause to 
extend. 

..-&-&>& pacharw, s. Walking. 



;5i5^ patstsa, s. An emerald. 2. Any 
figure punctured, or tattooed, into 
the skin, adj. Green. 2. Yellow. 

sS -C5\£, s$-vT\8tfsxx> patstsana, patstsa- 
danamu, 6*. Green or yellow colour 
•s-e\ » patstsani, adj. Green, yellow- 
•> -ST^ » £> o Tr°«b patstsanibangaru, 
Yellow, or pure, gold. 

sS-zs^&jSm patstsadamu. s. A particu- 
lar kind of cloth,generally twenty- 
four cubits long, and two cubits 
broad.[2.Two cloths sewn together. 

5$-S5\& patstsadi, *, A sort of pap, 
made of vegetables, or cards, mix- 
ed with tamarind juice, salt, chil- 
lies, &c. 

;$-0 x pachchi, s. A bird. adj. Raw, 
unripe, unboiled, fresh, new. 

sSSuS' pachchika, s. Grass, verdure. 

sS'SvsSm pa,ehchemu, s. Robbery com- 
mitted in public. sS^Svi&o^do pach- 

chepuvadu, A man who robs in 
public. 
sSs padzdza, adv. Near. 

SS&-3-* pataka, s. A sash. 

s5^-y& patakuru, s. A pair of tongs, 
or pincers. 

s$&>s5x> patamu, s. Cloth. 2. A picture, 
when finished and mounted. 3. A 
particular sort of cloth ; coarse 
thick cloth, canvas. tvDsS&sjw ga- 
lipatamu, A paper kite. ss&a-s^&ak 
patakarudu, A weaver. 



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289 



*£&w -Pattu 



31r°s$o-25'ex> patapantsalu, s. phi. Dis- 
persion, defeat. 3kr°3ox5'e>5S) pata- 

pantsalava, To be dispersed, as 
an army, &c. 
^feS^sSo) patikamu, 5. Crystal. ^^§" 
-s-^sSw patikakaramu, s. Alum, lit' 

Astringent crystal. 

^fe5§"Sos5w patikabellamu, s. Sugar- 
candy, 

5S6w7r°& patugaru, s. vide *£&>-s"°?fc 
patakaru. 

£&> patta, s. The inner bark of a tree. 
\ Sackcloth. 

SfeoE3s5ov, £k>\ s5w pattanamu> patna- 
mu, s«. A city. 

-^k^Xew pattapagalu, 5. Vide under. 
t>%oo pagalu. 

Sk^-s^ek pcittapuvadu, 5. A boat- 
man, 

3ks5*> pattamu, s. A stone for grind- 
ing. 2. A diadem. 3&>$"z5a patta- 
pudevi, s. A queen. s*3"^sbJC patta- 
penuga, A royal elephant. ss&os&a 
x*>3 pattamngattu* To crown ; to 
invest with a high dignity. 3>&~£x> 
ex> pattamelu, To reign. 

3£;r° pafcfca, «v. The Inner bark of a 
tree. 2. Sackcloth. 3. The puttah or 
written document given to ryots, 
cultivators, &c- 



;S&n»$ix§'55c» pattabhishekamu, s.The 
coronation of a king, or installa- 
tion of any one, by means of unc- 
tion, or bathing. 

sSfeS patti, postpos. Through. This is 

the past verbal participle of the 

verb, ssfeo pattu, q- v. 
£fe3 patti, s. A child, ; an infant. && 

$& pattipatti, s. A grand-child. 
?Sfe§ patti, s. A written list of abuses, 

committed by public servants. 2. 

A roll of beetle, &c. Tied, up. 

£&m pattu, 5. Silk. 2. Any external 
application to allay pain, or to a 
sore, &c. 3. A hold, gripe, or grasp; 
seizing. 4. A place ; A house, an 
abode. 5 Cause, reason, or ground, 
for a proceeding. 

Sato pattu, v. a. To seize, or appre- 
hend ) to catch, or take hold of. 
2. To hold, or take, possession of 
a country. 3. To hold in, or retain, 
as breath, &c. 4. To undertake. 5. 
To find out, discover. 6. To press, 
depress, repress, or suppress. 7. 
To begin. 8. To be dependant on. 
9. To stop, as pay. 10. To blow, 
as a trumpet. 11. To admit, ss a 
law suit. 12 To take* or receive, 
as a bribe, v. n. To be attacked 

by insects 2. To cost, 3. To fit, 
or suit. 



-£&r-Padika 



290 



^2&ss-Paduva 



*£"&> patte, $ The wooden part of a 

bedstead. 2. The tape of a bed- 
stead. 3. A streak, or stripe, w°a 

sib tatipatte, A palmyra spar. 

•&"%>& pattecla, s. Broad and strong 
tape. 2. An ornament for the neck- 
3. An anvil. 

•ZTh &> pattedu, s, A handful. 

##s5m path an. u, s. A picture. 

-&&£ padaka, s. A bed. 2, Reclining. 

S&K' paclaga, 5. The hood of the hood- 
ed Bnafee- 2- A flag or banner. 

^&£bs padatstsu, s. A puncheon, or 
tool having some figure on it, by 
which impressions are struck. 

SS&8 padati, s. A woman. 

"SSssbbs padamarra, s. Making in the 
infle^. Sing. s^sbfeS paclamati, The 
west. 2. The west wind. 

tf &?£> pada) 7 U, v. a. To obtain or 
acquire. 2. To possess. 

3£*> padava, 5. The end of a Calpa, 
or destruction of the world. 2. A 
boat. 

ss£i*r»e)o padavalu, s. The leader, com- 
mander, or general, of an army. 

3£-£r°i> padas^la, s. A hall. 

sS padi, s. A measure of capacity, 
containing a seer and a half. 

*£S*ffc» padikattu, s. A stair, or step. 
2. A weight. 3. A degree. 



] ss£"5? padige, 5. «;iete sS2*X paclaga. 
s&"3 padide, 5. Clothes of another 
borrowed, without his knowledge, 
from the washerman. 

sSSoxs padiya, s. A puddle ; a dirty 
pond. 

S^l^xj padisemu, s. A cold, or ca- 
tarrh. 

3!& padu, v. ?z. To fall- 2. To occur, 
or happen. 3. To be caught in a 
snare, &c. 4. To be killed in battle. 
5. To lose the power of any limb. 

3&>§"*p5o, «S£&r*k_sb padnkonu. pa- 
du kkonu, v. Comp. To lie down, 
or recline. 

ZZkK paduga, 5. vide jggtf paclaga. 

cSJ&rto padugu, s. The threads which 

run the whole length of the web. 
2. A heap of cut corn, whence p irt 
has been carried away. 

£&■&> padutsu, s. A girl. 2. A virgin. 
adj. Young, v. a. To prostitute 
one ; s-self. ss^-&£^s*» padutsuta- 
namu, .?. Puberty. 2. Youth. 

sS2&*ȣa> padupatn, s. Ruin, waste. 2. 
Omission; mistake, adj. Useless, 
unserviceable. 

Ztkib padupa, .9. Prostitution. z&>%> 
$&® padupu padati, A prostitute. 

3&>sS paduvari, .9. Sprouts produ- 
ced by seeds of paddy, sprinkled 
by chance, as the crops are cut. 



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291 



*£&!3.Padurie 



3g padda, 8. A female buffalo, or cow, 

fit for breeding. 

;3ra8 panati, 5. A woman. 

sS^sSn patakamu, 5. An ornamental 

breast plate, set with precious 
stones. 

38 pati, s. A master, or owner ; a 
lord or ruler ; a husband. 

«SD^sf,e£ pativrata, 5. A chaste and 
virtuous wife. 

s$ © patti, 5. Cotton. 

s$©i patni, s. A wife. 

tf^sfeo patramu, s. A leaf of a tree, 
or of a book. 2. A written bond. 

35 A^ P a ^ rl ^ a ' s - ^ letter of corres- 
pondence. 2. A leaf. 

sS£s*» pathamu, s. A road, or way. 

3£c£x> pathyamu, adj. Proper, fit, 

suitable, agreeing with, but chief- 
ly applied medically, with res- 
pect to diet, or regimen, s. Diet, 
regimen. 

sSss'idM padakamu, s. vide js^xSm pa- 
takamu. 

^SiJr'oigb, %'6g*o&> padakondu, pa- 
ddakondu, adj. Numeral. Eleven. 

Zxio&» padatamu, s. Precipitation. 

tf£e& padadu, s. Ashes. 

•SStfo padanu, s. vide $&>&> padunu. 

3SSS3& padapadi, adv. Afterwards. 

sessSw padamu, s. A foot. 2. A foot- 
step, the mark of a foot. 



$x&r»!h padamudu, adj. Numeral* 

Thirteen, vide z&^tk padhmudu. 

oSS &, sStfadb padaru, padurn, v. n. To 

be overhasty, or precipitate, 
sssebew padarulu, 5. plu. Angry ex- 
pressions. 

j sSas padivi, s. Fortune, luck. 

j sStf£-6& padaharu, adj. Numeral. Six-. 

I teen. 

; soTy© padati, s. A foot soldier. 

j 3'nr*tf3$x> padarthamu, s. Thing; sub. 

stantial or material form of be- 
ing. 

ga padi, adj. Numeral. Ten. ssas&oa 
padimandi, lit. Ten persons. Seve- 
ral or many people. 

£ae>afo> padilamu, s. Care, caution, 
security. 

ssa<ysS>j^c3Cco padilamucheyu, v. a. To 
secure, or take care of. 

•£a^>e& padiyedu, adj. Numeral. Se- 
venteen. 

•^a - ^^, ssa^ssb padihenu,padiyenu, 
adj. Numeral. Fifteen. 

•^tsb-^ew fib padunalugu, adj. Numeral. 
Fourteen. 

•£&>;& padunu, s. Moisture, damp- 
ness. 2. Sharpness. 3. Quickness. 
4. A certain measure of rain ; a 
quantity of it sufficient to render 
the earth fit for ploughing. 

■oSfiki&ioaoa padunenimidi. adj. Nu- 
meral. Eighteen. 



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•£<6^-Pannu 



"£&>$ padupu, 5. A herd of cattle. 
•£#b paddu, s, A vow ; a promise. 2. 

Ad entry in account. 
SSft© paddhati, s. A road, or way. 2. 
. A line, row, or range. 3. Manner, 

mode. 4- Custom, habit. 
•&'d5,i6x> padmamu, 5. The lotus. 
#<5^:Se;3ke» padmaveiamalu, s. plu. 

A certain Soodra tribe. 
^escs6oo padyamu, s. Metre, verse. 2. 

A poem. #zrytx:--ir>&>i rt&$) pa-~ 

dyrlu-padu, tsaduvu, To read or 

sing poetry. 

•Sir^ L e> Ab padhnalugu, adj. Numeral. 
Fourteen. 

«5e$r^2& padhmi'idu. adj. Numeral. 
Thirteen. 

%$ pana, s. A sheaf of corn. 

oStffeS panati, s, e^efe. sots p?nti. 

3?*$ panavu, 0. a. To encompass, 
it surround. 

£tf#wo2& panasavandlu, 5. p/w. A 
particular caste of people, who 
live upon alms received from gold- 
smiths. 

£$ paui, s. Business, work, employ- 
ment. 2. An affair, or matter. 3. 
Service. 4. Use, utility. 5. State, 
condition. 6. An act. s5$6&\ pani- 
dirtsti, To finish a business. 2. To 
kill. oS£"S&» pauibettu, To employ, 
or give work. sfco-SoSft manchipa- 
ni, A good or praiseworthy act. 



^^cflco panicheyu, To work, or 
serve, ssslss^ panikivatstsu, To 
be useful, or serviceable. 

oSSItpS) panikirani, adj. Useless, un- 
serviceable. 

jssssao&x panimutlu, s. plu. Tools. 

3S3S& panivadi, adv. Exceedingly, 
much. 

£$£>;£> panivinu, v. n. To go. 

s5(3o-&> panutsu, v. a. To send. 2. To 
command, vide &&& anutsu. 

sS;3bS&> panupacju, v. n. To be ac- 
customed, inured, or qualified. ;Ss6-£ 
&>o$o panuparutsn, v. a. To inure, 
to accustom. 

3&;g) panupu, s. Sending. 2. Com- 
mand, order. vide$o$ pampu. 

oS?t°n Xaw pannagamu, s. The canopy 
over an open native palankeen, 
usually made of fine scarlet cloth. 

sSSKS' pannika, «. Yoking cattle, or 
joining together instruments of 
husbandry. 

sS«0n zskSm pannidamu, s. vide 55o"3s5>i 
pandemu. 

ss $k& pannirn, s. Making in the in- 
flex. Sing. sft^feS, ssfr^tib panniti, 
pannlru, Rose-water. 

sSsson pannu, v. a. To make, to form. 
2. To invent. 8. To feign or pre- 
tend. 4. To yoke cattle, or join to- 
gether instruments of husbandry, 



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^tfK-Paraga 



X&\ pannu, 5. A tax. 2. Rent- 

Zfe\~K° pannuga, adv. Properly. 
nicely, neatly ; in good order. 

s "%l P anne > s - ^ n instrument used 
by weavers. 

3"^> od*b pannendu, adj. Numeral. 
Twelve. 

^Hi P a PP a > s - ^ cake. 

?S^pappu,.s. Split pulse of any kind; 
split almonds, <fcc. 

S^sko pabbamu, s. Particular pe- 
riods of the year, such as the 
equinoxes &c, When offerings are 
made by the Hindoos to the manes 
of their ancestors. 

•£&>32»<y3'Kk J e>o pamudzulakammalu, 

— o 

$. plu. A large kind of ear-rings, 

worn by Hindoo females. 
-6os5S payara, s. A southern wind. 2. 

A cool breeze. 3oa&tf£ok> payara- 
panta, s. Pulse, or other crops, to 
the 'growth of which a stroDg 
wind is favorable. 

-£oao, s$o»tf payi, payina, acfa- On the 
top, upon, over, above. 2. Upon, 
against. 3. In future, hereafter, 
sooaor*^ payikonu, To advance 
against another in battle. . 

"^ooeJC % payigasti, s. A person pla- 
ced over a patrole to controul it. 
vide K% gasti. 

^ojoS'stoo payikamu, s. Money, cash, 

treasure. 2. Wealth, property. 3. 
A coin of the value of five cash. 



•£oao2?"*e»E- payidzarlu, s. plu. Shoes. 

*^ooofeo payita, s. That part of the gar- 
meat of a Hindoo female which 
c 3 vers the breast. 

■£ooo& payidi, s. Gold. sSaoo&sSwi&ift 
payilimudutsu, To betroth- lit. 
To tie gold. -&ox>Sk.z>x>&>'Q) payicli- 
mudupu, Affiance. 

•£;*»g-£ofe5, S"ol3 payidi-kanti, kante, 
s. A certain bird, the notes of 
which are considered ominous. 

•£o»tfsiw payinamu, s. A journey ; 

departing or setting out from any 
place. 

•£oo©& payiru, 5. vide ~^bb pairu. 

-<>aoo&> payenta, s. vide So»b payita. 

-£aoctf payyera, s. vide ssoabff payara. 

•£?*§' paraka, s. The fraction one- 
eighth, or two-sixteenths. 2. Gold 
of two grains weight. 3. The 128th 
part of a pagoda- 4. The cream 
on curds. 

■Sjtf^sssl parakhavani, s. Shroffing, 
or examining money by sight. 

-6&K& paragada, s. A field oatside of 
a village. 2. Another's possession. 

■£tf?(2s-7r> paragadag£, adtf. By means 
of another. 

^IfX'Ssbsg) paragadupu, s. The state of 
the stomach before a person has 
broken his fast. An empty., or 
fasting stomach. 



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*£^$J?aradhi 



*^tfKw» paragana, s. A purgunah, or 
division of a country, of which 
several form a zillah. 

•itfKb paragu, v. ri. To resemble, or 
be alike. 2. To shine. 3. To be a- 
greeable. xStfK paraga, adv. Agree- 
ably, pleasantly. 

*6tf-i$3, 3bb-i5b paratsu, parutsu, 0. a. 

To spread; to extend ; to scatter. 
vide sSea-ifc parratsu. 

-sStf^o^sfco paratantramu, ac?;. Sub- 
servient, obedient, dependant. 

"£ffese>:> paradalu, s. plu. A sort of 
crane. 

"*$£ cp parada, s. A curtain, blind, or 
skreen. 

^$■£0, s&s$£c;6*> parapati.parapatya. 
mu, 5. Credit, trust. 

*&$!& parapu, s. Extent, v. a. vide 
•$#-& paratsu. 

"£#^8 parabhari, s. Assignment, s$tf 
?^Q7r> pnrabhariga, adv. Separate- 
ly. 2. Indirectly. 

■£tfsfcs&» paramamu, ad/. Best, most 
excellent. 2. Principal, chief. 

•£# sfr*^, paramatma, 5. The supreme 
being, considered as the soul of 
the universe. 

*£tfs*r»?^j&» paramannamu, s. Milk, 
boiled with a mixture of sugar, 
rice, &c, and used as a delicate 
food among the Hindoos. 



-&&&» paramu, adj. Other, different- 

2. Distant, remote. 3. Subsequent. 
4. Best, pre-eminent. 5. Hostile. 
6. Excessive, s. Salvation, final 
beatitude. 

•£#■&>*£&£& parameswarudu, s. One 
of the names of Siva. 

•&&XO& paravandzu, v. n. To be 
spread, scattered, extended, or 
expanded. 

•&tiss$<&x) paravasamu, adj. Subservi- 
ent to, dependant on, or subject 
to another. 2. Out of one's own 
control from joy, ecstacy, or sor- 
row. 

•^Uo^tt paravana, s. A written order, 

mandate, precept, or warrant. 
•&#&> parasu, s. Means. 2. Way, mode. 

3. Opportunity. 

•^tf^tfxSw parasparamu, adj. Mutual, 
reciprocal, interchanging. 2 tf tf^tf 
*SM-7r» parasparamuga, adv. Reci- 
procally. 2. By some means or 
other. 

oS-cr»& paraku, 5. Forgetfulness, neg. 
lect, want of attention. 

oS-o-* £ s6s5» parakramamu, s. Power, 
strength. % Exertion. 3. Valour, 
prowess. 

-&v*§<$&» paradhinamu, adj. Depen- 
dant on, subject, or subservient, 
to another* s. Possession! by an- 
other. 



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•ieab-Parima 



^-cr'rfaSS' paramarika, s. Care. 2. Ex_ 
amination. 

^Tr-sSbaoT^ paramarintsu, v. a. To 
take care of, to support. 2. To ex- 
amine. 

"£-a*sfc8\ paramarsa, s. Inqairy, in- 
vestigation. 2. Care, watching. 3. 
Consolation. ^-cPs&e^ooSb par a mar - 
sintsu, v. a. To investigate. 2. To 
take care of, or watch- 3. To con- 
sole. 

3 tpoxp» parayi, adj. Strange, foreign 

28 pari, s. A time- 2. vi^e tf&tf oXa 
oss» chaturangabalamu- 

SBIo^b parikintsu, p. a. To seek for, 
enquire into, examine? or investi- 
gate. 

tf 8"iff parige, s. Gleanings of corn. sS8 
"7?^^> parigechenu, A reaped field- 

38"7?ek, £&■;?«& parigettu, pamgettu, 
v. n. To run. 

38"ftex> parigelu, 5. A species offish. 

■^SJT'ss parigonu, o. a. To encompass, 
or surround. 2. To obtain or attain. 

SS9 ^s^sfco parigrahamu, s. Accep- 
tance, taking. sa^t^oofc parigra- 

hintsu, v. a. To take, accept, or 
receive. 

SB-CcsssSx paricha}^amu, s. Acquain- 
tance, knowledge. 

■^a^r* tf §b&> paricharakudu, s. A man 
servant, sa^er paricharika, s. A 
maid servant. 



i -£aS)S parichiti, s. w'ota ssa-CceSsS^ 
parichayamu. 

£S"?o;£)&Kb paritepurugu, s. The spot- 
ted beetle, usually termed a cock- 
roach. 

;59<£aex> paridhavillu, v. n. To shine. 

ssas£S>o-&> paritapintsu, v. n. To be 
sorrowful. 

£5e£e£o-&> parityajintsu, «?. a. To 
abandon, or quit. 

Zdwydfoa parityagamu, s. Abandon- 
ment, quitting, desertion. 

35sSSVsta> paripakvamu, s. Perfect 

maturity, adj. Perfectly ripe or 
mature. 

sa^QS7^»yo7^pariparividhaluga,a^u. 
In all sorts of ways. 

ssa^tS paripati, s. Order, method, 
arrangement. sS83pfe37r* paripati- 
ga, Tolerably. 

Zdix*v$ paripalana, s. Protection* 
fostering care. 2. Performance of 
any act. 3. Government. 

S8^r»©o-r5b paripalintsa, v. a. To pro- 
tect, or cherish. 2. To perform. 3. 
To govern, or rule. 

sS8^r^*» paripurramu, adj. Com- 
plete, full. 38£r_8 panpiirti, s. 
Completion; fulness ; satiety, sa- 
tisfaction. 

38s£i£sfoo parimalamu, s. Fragrance, 
perfume. sSBafc&o-tSb parimalintsu, 
To be fragrant. 



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*£bbtf-Parusa 



?S8s5b^^ss>i parmianamu, s. Measure, 

quantity. 
^8sscn»e9o\ parimarrtsu, v. a. To kill, 

or assassinate. 
ssecc^-S'S's**) pariyatsakamu, s. From 

s. ssasretf s5x> parihasamu, q. v. 
%Qss&)&x> rarivattamu. s. vide Z3v£&> 

ej L " (Li 

*5>3 alavattamu. 

s69<jr>tf;6M par i vara m u, .9. A depen- 
dant. 2. A train, or retinue. 

38$ e>tf parisilana, s. An enquiry, in. 
vestigation, or scrutiny. £8^e)o-&> 
parisilintsu, v. a. To investigate. 

S58^c5s6*> parisuddhamu, ad/\ Sacred, 

holy. 2. Pure, clean. 

^e-T^oik parisodhiutsu, z>. a. To ex- 
amine, or investigate. % To try. 

ZQ'g&^ti&x parishkaramu, s. Deco- 
ration. 2. Cleanness, purity. 3. Set- 
tlement. ;S8&k_8o-&> parishkarin- 
tsu, To make clear, or evident ; 
to settle, arrange, or adjust. 

%dh$r*$) parisipovu, v. n. To be 
rescued, or saved, from danger,&c. 

5Se?r€tfsS*> pariharamu, s. Remedy, 2. 
pretence.3. Objection. 4. Quitting. 
38s5^8o-&> pariharintsu, v. a. To 
throw off, or away ; to quio ; to 
discard, or reject. ^8^6^-s>&» pa- 
riharapettu, To pretend, or object. 

SSsj-eSsfoo parihasamu, .9. Mirth, sport, 

pastime, jocularity, merriment, 
jesting, raillery. 



sS8&, *§& pariksha, pariksha, s. Dis- 
crimination, investigation, exami- 
nation, test, trial, experiment. 

;s6JLo-&> parikshintsu, v. a. To ex- 
amine. 

ss&o<!& parundu, v. n. To lie down; 
to recline. 

s&ftb parugu, 5. Running. 2. A coss, 
cr distance varying from 2 to 3 
miles. 

3&l?&> parugettu^-.w.Torun.^Sbb^ @ 
£r*$ parugettipovu, To flee ; to 
run away. 

£&■&> parutsu, v. a. To spread. 2. 
To scatter. •£&;& parupu, s. Bed- 
ding, A mattress. 

;Stf>&> parudu, s. A stranger. 2. An 

excellent man. 3. God. 4. An ene- 
my. 

S5&S5& paruvadi, adv. Well, proper- 
ly. 2. Much, excessively. 

3&sss5c» paruvamn, 5. Ripeness, ma- 
turity. 2. Youth. 

;S&3Ss*» parnvamu, .9. vide sstf^sto pa- 
rvamu- 

£&;# paruvu, s. Running. 2. Ripe- 
ness. 3. Dignity, rank. 4. Season. 
adj. Ripe, mature. 

sS&3.s*» parushamu, ad)'. Harsh, a- 
busive. 2. Rough, rugged. 3 Se- 
vere, cruel, unkind. 

;S&£fttfs5cx:-3tfb£s&>o, 3tfb3o parusada- 
namn, parusamu, parusu, s. Harsh- 
ness, or severity, in word or deed. 



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■6ejcg\.PaJukn 



z>~6~&gz$xi paretsakamu, s, vide s. s»9 
sHSsSw parihasamu. 

sse^&ss^ parokshamu^ ad/\ Imper- 
ceptible, invisible, unperceived. 

3tfeo?5;&x> paryantamu, adv. Until; 
as far as ; up to. 

£tt>c c*6*»o paryayamu, s. Order, ar- 
rangement, regular and methodi- 
cal disposal or succession. 2. Man- 
ner, kind. 

3 tf parra, s. A swamp, marsh, bog, 
or fen. '<'. A measure of capacity, a 
parah, forty of which make one 
toom. 

StfqsSw parvamu, s. A knot ; a joint 
in a cane, or body, &c. 2. A name 
given to certain days in the lunar 
month, as the full and change of 
the moon. 

3&*p parvu, v. n. To extend, or 
spread. 

-£fcsfto-t5a parra gintsu, v. a. To shoot 
arrows, &c. 

3e#o5b parratsu, v. To flee, desert, or 
run a way. 2. To flow as water. 

-£fe9"3oa5b parratentsu, v. n. To come. 

-<jea^) parrapu, v. Cans. To cause to 
flee. 2. To shoot arrows, &c. 3. To 
annoy or vex. 

•^e^sx* parrikalu, s. plu. A particu- 
lar species of birds. 

^eJJT'tf) parrigonu, v. a. To surround, 
or encompass. 2. To obtain. 



I *£*§cfiS parriya, s. A piece, or bit. 2 
A chink ; an opening, or crack, 
in the ground. 3. A pit. 

sSeJ-^j*^ parrivovu, v. n. To be cor- 
rupted, or spoiled, v. a. To en- 
croach, upon ; to usurp. 

•£«»$ parrupa. s. Bedding ; a mat- 
tress. 

-6& parra, s. vide *&£ parra, ^poBoo-^ 
parrayuppu, s. Salt spontaneously 
produced. 

-6~%3 parre, s. vide ^eDoss parriya- 

-&v% palaka, s. A plank. 2. A gam- 
bling table. 3. A board for writing 
on. 4. The side of a wooden pillar. 

*£y£"s5x> palakamu, s. A small bed. 

•^s-S'QoaSb palakarintsu, v. a. To ask, 
beg, or solicit. 2. To hint, or re- 
mind. 3. To call aloud. 

•^ejtftf palatsana, s. vide ^sw-JS'tf pa- 
lutsana. 

-£e>s5M palamu, s. A weight, equal to 
that of ten pagodas. 2. Flesh. 

ijvzs palava, s. vide-&yoss paluva. 

^ossao-i&palavarintsu, v. n. To speak 
in one's sleep. -&vssqo& palavarin- 
ta, s. Speaking while asleep. 

^v&o-tfo palavintsu, v. n. To lament. 

•£ex> palu, adj. Many, several, s. vide 
-6ex> pallu. 

•£«»£ paluka, *. A shield. 2. A 
part of a weaver's loom. 3. vide 
38 



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*£##-Pavada 



■£e>g* palaka. 

^SewSb, -^yo^- paluku, palku, s- A 
word. 2. Speaking, warbling. 3. 
Sound, especially of music. 4. A 
language. 

^t»-7T>§ palugaki, s- A wicked, or 
bad, person. 

*£ex>7& palugu, s. vide ~6°x>ir>% palu- 
gaki, 2. An iron crow. 

^w^d^'om palugurayi, 5. A white 
sort of stone, 

•^sjo-tftf palutsana,s. •Thinness, spare" 
ness, leanness. ^e»-jrs> palutsani, 
ad/. Thin, spare, lean. 2. Not close, 
not thick, -&?x>tfti&r*b>°Jo palutsani- 
matalu, Contemptuous expressions. 

•690^ palupu, s. A halter for cattle. 

■62»a6&M, ^2»s^so3 palumarru, palu- 
marru, acfa. Often, frequently, con- 
stantly, repeatedly. 

■£•»* paluva, s. A wicked, or bad, 
person, adj. Wicked, bad. aexsss" 
8fc» paluvatitlu, s. flu. Obscene 
abuse.. 

-£e>osS8o%k paluvarintsu, v. n. vide 
*£e>ss8o-& pal&varintsu. 

^s^o^k, *£e»$& paluvundru, pa- 
luvura, s. p&z. Many persons, vide 
«£*» palu. 

^0^.80 4ft palkarintsu, v. a. vide 
^g'So-db palakariptsu. 



-£>ew£&> palgudu, s. Low ground. 

■^sj^ pallakamma, s. The name of 
a village goddess. 

*%> § ' *%,^ pallaki, pallaki,s.A palan- 
keen. 

•Ao^TS pallagede 6*. A white female 
buffalo. 

*£e^£32x> pallatilln, v. n. To be reduced 
to distress. 

"£o fcSoo pallatilu *. /?Zw. Poves. 

*£<y *&» pallamu *, A saddle. 2. A pit. 
3. Low ground. ~6v ^-ioto pallapu- 
panta s. The wet crop. 

•£«e$^)sx> pallarrapulu, s. plu. Use- 
less, or vain, expressions. 

•^DoaS, T$J palliya, palle, s. A "village. 

*£"e3sfc-*&> pallemata, A provincial, or 
vulga^, term. 

•£e3<KT*2& pallevadu, s. A villager. 2. 
2. A fisherman. 

-&&> pallu, s. Making in the inflex. 
Sing. -&C& panti, A tooth. -6c £sr» 2k 
pandlanoppi, s. The toothache. 

■£e» pallu, ^. Low ground, ad;. Low; 
on a low level, 

*£e3Scp>k>s5M pallekutamu. s. A school. 

-6$ £ pallika, s, A small round flat 
basket. 

4T?afoa, -^"?^«fco pallemu, palleramu* 
a-. A small metal plate. 

-&ss&£» pavadamu, s, Coral. 



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-c5^ex> pavalu, s. Day ; day time, vide 
^SjCew pagalu. 

^s^cPo-db pavvalintsu, v. ;-i. To lie 
down, or recline. 

-£3 pasi, a<i;'. Young, tender, infant. 
4*^>6» pas'itanamu, 5. Infancy, 
childhood. 

*£$&> pasimi, s. Yellow colour. 

-Sj^j^) pasuvu, 5. An animal in gene- 
ral. 2. A beast. 3. Horned cattle, 

4. A Goat. 

•^'TSeS^sSM paschattapamu, s. Re- 
morse, repentance. 2. Pity, com- 
passion. 

•£$vj&x5m paschimamu, s. The west. 

adj. Western. 2. Hinder, behind, 

after. 

•£3 pasa, s, Brightness, splendour. % 

effect, result. 3. Ability, qualifi- 
cation. 

*&5oao pasandu, adj. A greeable, plea- 
sing, handsome, comely. 

-£tfstfss»3 pasadanamu, s. Decoration, 
embellishment. 

-&r$$) pasapu, s. Turmerick. ^S^sbok 
pasapukunta, A certain extent 
of low land in which tnrmerick 
grows. -Sjtf^^oss pasaputs&ya 
Yellow colour. 

^tftf s5x>, -^tfwsSoa pasaramu, pasalamu> 

5. A quadruped. It is usually appli- 
ed to horned cattle. 



•itftfo, *£&tfc pasaru, pasuru, s. The 
expressed juice of leaves. 2. Bili- 
ous vomiting. -&$&ir>a& pasaru- 
tsaya, Green colour. 
I £^s<6>:> pasadamu, s. Food, especi- 
ally such as has been offered to 
idols. Kindness. 

•£*•■£ s& pasapadu, v. a. To eat. 

I Zh pasi. adj' vide -£$ pasi, s. Frag- 
rance, smell. 2. Cattle. 

i *£&& pasidi, s. Gold. adj. Golden. 

I -6hao& pasidindi, s. A tiger. 

I *^R)S» pasimi* s. vide *£3£>d pasimi. 

: *^&3§" pasirika, s. Young, or tender, 
grass. -^^ar^sSw pasirikapamu, 
A greenish snake. 

sSr&;g) pasapu, s. vide -6x$ pasapu. 
•£&><ys&-*e>*7r°e& pasulapoligadu, s. vide 
o)^l oe£ etrinta. 

■^^r»oooo^ pastayintsu, i\ n. To feel 

shame, or regret. 2. To bear or 

suffer. 
•£&Kk3 pakshamu, s. The bright, or 

dark, half of the lunar month. 2- 

A wing- 

•5poS^s6m pandityamu, .5. Learning^ 

knowledge. 
ir>£ paka, s. A house built without 

large beams, with a shelving roof. 



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•£•»£»&» pakamu, s. Maturity ; natu- 
ral, or artificial, as the state of be- 
ing cooked* or ripened. 2. The 
young of any animal. 

•>§, ■ir*%?r°&> pakf, pakivadu, s. A 
scavenger. 

•SpSo paku, v. n. To creep, or crawl. 

^i^e&pakodu, s. A raised wooden 
shoe. 

-tr>X, -ir-n* paga, paga", s. A turband. 
2. A stable. ^r»7r»-^>fc» pagatsuttu, 
v. a. To tie on, or form, a turband. 

■irK&&* pagadamu, s. A silver orna- 
ment, worn by Hindoo females, 
round the ankle. 

■£— J$"&2& pachakudu, s. A cook. 

ir>%> pachi, s. Dirt, filth. 2. The un- 
clean substance which covers the 
teeth. 3. The green stuff produced 
in stagnant water. 4. Mouldiness. 
adj- Dirty, unclean. Water is dee- 
med by the Hindoos to be. $-£) 
pachi, Or unclean, unless it be 
brought from the well on the 
same day on which it is used. 

■£r*r*iSo pakonu, v. n. Dirt to attach 
itself, or to stick. 

-^•OS - pachika, s. Dice. 

-&& pachu, v. n. To putrify, or be- 
come corrupted or rotten. From 
this verb comes. ■&»•© pachi, q. v. 

ir-& pata, 5. A song. 2. A poem. 



•£r»&>sssfcv> patavamu, s. Cleverness 
talent. 2. Health. 3. Eloquence. 

ir>br° pata, s. Erasure, blotting out. 
tr»da^-r*fc», ^oooo pata-kottu, tfyu, 
To erase, 

ir*A pati, s. Computation, as applied 
to number, weight, measure, ex- 
tent, or value. 2. Kind, sort, or 
description. 3. Justice, adj. Ex- 
act, as applied to number, weight, 
measure, or extent. a^rris^aSw 
epatijanamu, How many people? 
-&wo7T*tfb^o-^feS ibangaruyepa- 
ti, Of what weight, or value, is 
this gold? -&*-5T>tfcsSx> ^otr>feS i- 
dhanyamu yep&ti, "What quantity 
is this grain? S&>?g)c8o-£pfc3 nidupu- 
yepati, What length? &£& ^>*r»fe5 
-or>&> viduyepativadu, What kind 
of man is he? 

■Sp>i>5onSb patintsu, v. a. To obtain. 2. 
To regard, observe, or pay atten- 
tion to. 

•SpfeSex) patillu, v. n. To be obtained- 
2. To shine. 

->fes> p&tu, s. A fall. 2. Suffering, 
distress, misfortune,, pain. 3. La- 
bour, work. 4. A declining state. 
5. The falling back, or ebb, of the 
tide. 6. Manner, mode. 7. A time, 
or occasion. 8. Pride, arrogance, 
presumption. 



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*2p#sk> pathamu,s. A lesson. 2. Bea- 
ding, perusal in general. 

^g padi, s. A bundance of the pro- 
duce of cattle ; as milk, &c. 2. 
Equity, justice, adj. Just, equi- 
table. •&>&&&*$> padiyavu, s. A 

milch cow. 

-an»2& padu, s. Making in the inflex. 
Sing. -^nfeSpati, Ruin, destruction. 
adj. Ruined, destroyed, v. a. To 
Sing, 

■Sr&o-tfc padintsu, v. Gaus. To cause 
to sing. -2pfeSi§<y patinela, Land on, 
which formerly a village stood ; 
inwhich tobacco and other such 
plants are generally grown. -ir>& 
-6$ patirevu, The ruined, or bro- 
ken, part of a bank, from which 
a person can descend to a river. 
-£r»&e» padilla, A deserted, or rai- 
ned bulding. ir*&ifr>to padumata, 
An inauspicious expression. 

■Sr*"g pade, s, A bier. 2. The funeral 
pile. 

->£esx> padyami, s. The first lunar 

day of either the dark, or bright, 

lunar fortnight. 
•%*$ pata, adj. Old, decayed, worn 

out. 5. Cloth. 2. Old cloth. 
■in&%zx> patagilu, v. n* To grow old? 

or stale. •2n>&8S'5Sa> p^tarikamu, 

Oldness, staleness. 



->^sSw patakarnu, s. Sin, crime. %' 

The cause of falling, literally or 
figuratively ; alighting. 

•Sn&tf, ■Zrti&'iCcooQ patara, patarago- 
yyi, s. A pit, in which grain is 
preserved. 

•^p^tfer ^, -ir>$zr°z-tik> pataralad n , 
patarladu, v. n. To dance. 2. To 
walk about in search of some- 
thing. 

irtir $ sko patalamu, s. Hell; the infer- 
nal regions under the earth, and 
the abode of the Nagas, or ser- 
pents. 

•SrSS'j >S1 patika, patike, s. The 
fourth, or quarter, of any thing 2. 
The six.ty-fourth part of the coin 
termed a pagoda. 

■^©^.^cstopativratyamu, s. Chasti- 
ty. 

■$■»§& patu, v. a. To fix, or fasten, in 
the ground, s. That portion of the 
thing so fastened, which is under 
ground. 

■Zr®1ikx> patipettu, v. a. To bury in 
the ground. 

•Sr*^ patra, s. A vessel in general : 
a plate, cup, or jar. 2. A sacrificial 
vase, or vessel, comprising various 
forms of cups, plates, spoons, lad- 
les, cfec, So used. 3. A dancing 
girl. 



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302 



■*p*-Papi 



ir>&j&x> patramu, adj. Worthy, fit, 
capable, adequate. 

^r»dSto) padattu, s. A cob web. 

-^tfafcopa'datriu, s. A foot. 2. A quar- 
ter. 3. A hill at the foot of a 
mountain. 4. A ray of light. 5. 
The root of a tree. 6. The "foot, or 
line, of a stanza. 

^estftfsSw padarasamu,s. Quicksilver, 

mercury. 
>5 padi, s. A machine for crossing 

rivers. 2. A garden bed. 
-£paKtoa padigattu, v. To divide into 

beds. 
-Zr>& padu, 5. A garden bed. v. a. 

vide •£-*&> patu. 
•SpabS'ew padukalu, s. plu. Wooden 

shoes, 
•^p^sSm panakamu, s. The juice ex - 
pressed from the sugar cane. 2. 
Water in which jaggory, or sugar, 
has been dissolved, used by the 
Hindoos as a cooling drink - 
•Srtfsfca pa'namu, s. Drinking. -ZrtfK* 
%\g panagoshthika, A dram-shop; 
a place where people drink to- 
gether. «j^/a-»-j3-°2&ex> annapanadu- 
In, s- plu. Food and raiment* 
Sr*$6x> panamu, s. Life, 
Or#&> panalu, s. plu. Doubts, objec- 
tions. 
*3-°fte&>s533 panavat[amu,6'.The lower 
part of the lingam. 



i -£r>?SSs6co panasamu, .?. A kitchen, -*-» 

#%& panasidu, s. A cook. 
I ^p»pr»e^s5w panaramu, s. A kind of 

i beetle-nut. 

i 

| tr-a6$, -Zr*&$ panupu, panpu, s. Bed- 
ding. ■ir&^&ss^'Doss panpuduvva- 
luva, A sheet. 
-^*£ papa, *. A child. 2. The reflexi- 
on of objects on the pupil of the 
eye. 

->«$&> papata, s. The parting of the 
hair, on a female's head. ■&-&& 
7S*kx> papatabottu, A kind of head 
ornament, suspended on the fore- 
head, from the parting of the hair. 

•2p>ss&*5m papatamu, s. A harrow, or 
hoeing instrument. 

•£ps$s5oa papamu, s. Sin, crime, 
wickedness. This word is also used 
as an interjection, denoting com- 
passion, what a sin! what a pity! 
poor thing! &c. ; as. ^p^sSooy-O^^r* 
*%l ^kssab Papamu a chinnavarmi 
kottavaddu, Poor thing ! don't 
beat that child. 

frsStfs&a^ paparammu, s. An arrow, 

in the form of a snake. 
^pfi"i9^b paparredu, s. Sesha, the 

king of snakes. 
ir>& papi, adj. Sinful, or wicked, vide 

^psssfco papamu. 



£_Para 



S03 



■tfb-Paru 



tp$ papu, v. a. To free, or deliver. 
2. To dissipate, or remove. 3. To 
expiate, or efface. 4. To liquidate, 
or pay. vide, ^o&o payu. 

•^^r*^ papukoriu, v. Corap. To free, 
&c. one's-self. 

-£rsfctfs5w pamarama, adj. Wicked. 
2. "Vile, low, base. 3. Stupid, foo- 
lish. 

-2r>&x> pamu, s. A snake, or serpent. 

-2ps5» pamu, v. a. To rub. 

•5r?.oas P*y a > s - Tbe branch of a river. 
2. The divisions in garlick, or 
those in onions, and similar sub- 
stances. -^osSSoSb} payavitstsu, A 
branch of a river to break off 
from the main stream. 

•^ncssstfska payasamu, s. Rice, mixed 
with sugar and milk. 

•&■<&• paya, s. Manner ; mode. 

ir»cs&> paya v. n. To separate. 2. To 
leave, or quit. 3. To be rotten. 4. 
To be defeated 

-Zr>K para, s, A short hoe, or marnaty. 

-^>tf para, part. The infinitive of. 
■a-ta paru, q. v. Prefixed to. other 
verbs, to add force or emphasis to 
their previous meaning ; and 
corresponding with off, away, out, 
&c In English ; as, -^fos^otfo pa- 
raboyu, v. a, To pour or empty 
out< 



-&ti~icrtx> paraveyu, v. a. To throw 
away. 2. To lose. 

-£r*tfS~ 5 €x> paradolu, v. a. To drive 
out or away. 2. To defeat, ^r-tfeew 
paradzallu, To pour or empty out. 

-^tfosstfesSw paramparyamu, s. Tra- 
ditional instruction ; tradition. 2. 
Continuous order, or succession. 

■>tf re parana, s. Eating after a fast. 

■Zr°$-F*&> paranadn, v. To speak con- 
temptuously. 

■5p5's5^gs6M parapatyamu, s. The su- 
perintendence of a village. 

ir°-u*& param, s. The decoration of 
the feet with. §oo§osSb kunkuma, &. 

^-cpsSo^b paranintsu, v. a. To de- 
corate the feet, in that manner. 

-£r° -<r»03S re s5*> parayanamu, s. Rea- 
ding a holy book at so much a 
day. 2. Totalhvv, entireness. 

-Sr>tfc paru, v.ti. To run. %. To purge. 

3. To fly, or rise, in the air. 4. To 

; begin. 5. To grow or become. 6. 

To flow as water, vide -tr&x> parru, 

■$r>Q$r*t& pa*ripovu, v. n. To run 
| off, or a way ; to escape Sjo&spco 
| yendabaru, To begin to dry, or 

heal. ;So£-srt5b pandabaru, To be- 
I gin to ripen. K2&&>^ifcgadusupa- 
I ru, To grow hard. &&6o^r>& ki^ 

rusuparu, To grow stiff. 



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304 



ipex3s5cr»-Paluma 



-><ros-s5>3 pairsvamu, s. A side- 2. A 
part. 3. The body below the arm- 
pit. 2j£?i^^oE-5foo*7r*£>j*&r*&> oka- 
niparsvamuga matl&du, To speak 
in favour of one. 

>es parra, part, vide -irti para. 

^eas parru, v. n. vide -&>& paru. 

^pfcw^b parrudu, x. The flowing of 
water. 

•Sp aw ^b parrudu, 5. A brahman. 

■£r>&93"Boa& parrutentsu, *'. n. To come 
running. 

■jpe> pala, s. A small bird, whose 
flight is consulted in omens. 

•&°e;§ palaki, s. A palankeen. -SpoI 
^oTfcaSk- palakibongurikka, The 
tenth stellar mansion; because it's 
shape resembles that of the bam- 
boo of a palanqueen. 

-£pe>&£3b palakudu, s. A cherisher, 
preserver, protector, or guardian. 

-£pe>X&;# palagaruvu, s. A soil, con- 
sisting of sand above, and clay 
underneath. 

-£r>e>""fD§o, -£r>e>1§3b palateku, palateku, 

s. A particular species of the teak 
tree. 
■>^s5Mpa],anamu, s. Protecting, 

nourishing, cherishing, preserving, 
guarding. 

^pej3J"S\ palavanne, s. Pale-red co- 
lour. 



^o"3© palavelli, s. The sea of milk, 
from -£-°jyo palu, q. v. 2. A small 

decorated shed, erected in the 
houses of the Hindoos, in which 
an idol is placed, and worshipped, 
on particular festivals. 

-£pe;&>2& palasudu, s. A wicked man. 

■£r»e>;oo-o-»ex> palasuralu, s. A wicked 
female. 

^p>Do-{5bpalintsu. v. a. To preserve, 
cherish, or protect. 

^p>«w palu, 5. Making in the inflex. 
Sing, ip jd pali, and in the nom. plu. 
^pgpallu, A share, or portion ; a 
division, or allotment ; a part. 2. 
The ryot's share of the whole pro- 
duce of the crop. 3. Possession, 
charge. ^S-g-ojg) palikapu, A part- 
ner, or sharer. 

irvz>&> palabadu, v. n. To fall to 
one's share. 

^waotfb} palubutstsu, v. a. To di- 
vide into shares. 

•£pgx> palu; 5. flu. Making in the in- 
flex. >o pala, Milk. 2. Milky jui- 
ce ; juice. 

■ir>ex> palu, v. n. To become pale from 

disease. z,$>-ir°&$& ollupalinadi ? 

The body has become pale from 
disease. 

^exjas^ewpalumalu, v. n* To be idle, 
or lazy. 



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305 



S> o 2a tfx -Pindamu 



^exj^&S" palumalika, sj Laziness. 
-?r>~8iv£fo pa-Iegaduj s. A poligar. 
■^efeso pal err u, s The river Palar, 

which runs through the province 

of Arcot. 

•^p"«fg, i£p"e$g> palerlu, palellu, s. plu. \ 
Ryots who cultivate with the 
farming stock of another. 

ir°$sx» palamu, s. A manner, or me- j 
thod. 2. A lump, or mass, of metal. | 

-ir*C> pali, s. The slit of a pen. 2. A j 
cloth marked with squares, upon 
which games are played. 

-$-*"? -*-*£& palegadu, s. A poligar. 

^p>"?sSm palemu, s. A Paliam, or coun- 
try under a poligar. 

-3-°"?s5M;Sfcx> palemu pattu j s. An en- j 
campment. 

•frssoif pavantsa, s. A stair, or step, j 

3r»5J§*g3- ■&*?$§*&, iriosv&o pavakollu- | 
pavukollu, pavalu, s. plu. Wooden ■ 
shoes. 

■inss& pavada, s. A petticoat, vide iv> j 
7Ctt> gagara- 

-^rsstfsSw pavanamu, adj. ¥ure> puri- I 
fled. s. Purification. 2. Penance. 
3. Water. 

i^^ pavu, s. A quarter. 2. The quar- 
ter of the coin termed a pagoda. 

•Sr^tf *&>;>, -ir-^-x^ooo pavuramu, pa- 
vurayi, s. A dove, or pigeon. 

■^p^ero pavu I a, s. The quarter of a 
rupee. 



•SpS'sSm pasamu, 5. A fetter, chain, or 
tie ; the string for fastening tame 
animals, or a net or noose for 
catching birds, deer, <fcc. 

^psxoc&a& pashandudu, s. A heretick- 

an impostor ; one who, not con- 
forming to the orthodox tenets of 
Hindoo faith, assumes the exter- 
nal characteristics of tribe or 
sect ; as a Jaina, <fcc. 

■Sp^wsSm pashanamu, s. A stone. 

--^frg'ex) pasikalu, s- plu. Dice. 

-fr*H>&x> pasemu, s. vide -tr°G&$gy> pa- 
yasamn. 

h 

Ijott ^ pingani, 5. China ware oi 
any kind ; as plates, cups, sau- 
cers, <fcc. 

aotfafcapintsamu, s. Pride- po-tfs&ra-ab 

pintsamanatsu, To suppress an- 
other's arrogance. 2. To kill. 

S>o£"°5 pinjari, s. A useless, poor, or 
helpless person. 2. Acotton cleaner. 

S>o ?§ pinje,5.The feathered part of an 
arrow. 2. The end of a cloth plaited 
up, or drawn together, in folds. 

|)o^s5od pindamu, s. A lump, heap, 
cluster, quantity, or collection. 2. 
A ball, or globe. 3. A mouthful, or 
roundish lamp of food, considered 
as equivalent to a mouthful. 4. An 
oblation to deceased ancestors ; 
as a ball or lump of meat, or rice, 
mixed up with milk, curds, flow- 
ers, &Q. 

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>-25\*-Pitstsapa 



306 



atf-Sf-Pidatsa 



S>o&e) pindali, s. A lump, or mass. 
S>cS pindi, 5. Flour. 2- A flock, or 
multitude. 2>o&sfo4aex> pindi van- 

talu, 5. plu. Cakes made of any 
kind of flour. 

%>oZso pindu, v. a. To press, squeeze, 

or to wring. 2. To milk. 
S>o£-S>oaoa5, &o"3 pinda-pindiya,pin- 

de, s. Young, or unripe, fruit. 
%o%i#> pimpiilu, s. plu. Leaps. 
SS'/j- pikka, s, The calf of the- leg. 

ar^-^w.* ^6-*^$ pikkatilu, pikka- 
tillu, v. n. To be overflowing ; to 
be full, or bursting, from the in- 
creasing size of what is confined. 

S»Sb^_ pikku, v. a. To cheat, or de- 
ceive. 5. Ambiguity. a4/. Ambiguous. 
^So^sSnk pikku mata, Double en- 
tendre. 

!>ftoex> pigulu, v. n. To be burst, by 
tightness. 

S-J5\ pitstsa, s. vide &©v pichchi. 2. 
Shortness of measurement, adj. 
vide g)©v pichchi. 

5>«\;sta> pitstsapattu, 0. w. Madness 
to seize, or attack one. s. Exces- 
sive frugality, or economy. 8>-e\;S 
&>:>-7r*$o£& pitstsapattugavundu, 
To be a miser. %>tfytr> &$v &*&>%* & 
pitstsapatitalaposukonu, lit. To 
pour on the head both shortness, 



and exactness, of measurement. To 
relate to another all one's adven- 
tures, both fortunate and unfor- 
tunate. 

8>-3Ya«Se>o pitstsapesalu, s. plu. A 
small species of the pulse termed 
green gram, or Phaseolus radiatus. 

&-8\Do-&> pitstsalintsu, v. n. To be 
in great pain, distress, or anguish. 

8>€k pichchi, s. Madness, lunacy, 
folly- adj. Mad, lunatic, foolish. 

S>-S)\^ pichchika, s. A sparrow. 

a -Shew, S-Shc» pichchiiu, pichchillu, 

v, n. Juice to flow from pressure* 
a-ifcxS' pitstsuka, s. A sparrow, vide 

§>SK5f pichchika, l>£b\r&ofeS pits- 

tsukakunti, adj. Lame, or halting, 

like a sparrow. 
2>& pitta, s. A bird. 

Sbfcw pittu, 5. Flour boiled by steam. 

%&£ pidaka, s. One of those cakes 
of dried dung, which are used for 
fuel. gj&S'eweS&R pidakalutattu, To 

form these cakes of duDg. 
& 2b S" "Stoatf© pidakamosali.s. The Gan- 

getic porpoise. Delphinus Gan- 

geticus, 
&&iS pidatsa, 5. A quantity of boiled 

rice, sufficient to be held in one 
hand. 
&&&•&& pidatsapata, s. A piece of 
cloth, used in besmearing with 
macerated cow dung the floor of 
Hindu dwellings. 



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307 



g)v -Pippi 



?>£»$£ pidata, s. A very small earthen 
pot. 

SjS picli, 5. A handle, or hilt. 

gjg pidi, s. A female, as applied to 
animals only. 

&3§d pidikili, s ' Making in the m- 
flex. Sing. &S§*3 pidikiti, And in 
the nom. plu. §>&§& pidikillu, The 
fist, &&"§&> pidikedu, Such a qu- 
antity as can be held in the clen- 
ched hand. 

!>&Xb2& pidiguddu, 5. A fisty cuff* or 
blow with the fist. t>&S£>o-& pidi- 
kilintsn, To close the fist. ^^^ 
e»afl§toaSfe»§r*p5o pranalupidikita- 
pattukomi, lit. To hold one's own 
life in one's own fist. To be in the 
greatest state of alarm, or fear. 

fb&JT ^ pidigottu, v. a. To geld a- 
nimals. 

l)S*^»asfeo pidivadamu, 5. Obstinacy 5 
pertinacity. 

i>&-^tf pifiisana, s. An auger, or 
carpenter's tool, for boring holes. 

!)&3 7fo pidugu, s. A thunderbolt. 

2>d&-tfc pidutsu, v.a. vide hoih pindu, 
No. 1. ' 

&ek§o pituku, v. a. To milk, vide fbo<&> 
pindu. 2. To squeeze a sore. 

&&\8$ pitritithi, s- The day of the 
new moon, 011 which she rises in- 
visible, and on which offerings 



are made to the manes of one's 
ancestors, 

I) °§£>*> pittamu, s. Bile ; the bilious 
humor. 

&e£> pittu, v. a. To oreak wind be- 
hind, s. Breaking wind behind. 

&£ss pidapa, adv. Afterwards, adj. 
Frugal, economical. 2. Degenerate. 

t)25b§b piduku, v. a. vide s>s^go pituku, 

1)^, &tf pinna, pin a, adj. Young. 2. 

'Small. &<^T&e5ex> pinnapeddalu, 

Both old and young; both great 

and small. &#>##»&» pinnatanamu, 

s. Childhood, infancy. S^oS 
pinatandri, A father's younger 
brother. 2. The husband of a mo- 
ther's younger sister. 8>rf£© pina- 
talli, A mother's younger sister. 2. 
The wife of a father's younger 
brother. 

8>tf^ 5""§( r -tf pinnakakkera, s. The 

partridge termed Perdrix sylva- 
tica. 

a^l) pippali, s. Long pepper. g^© 
sla pippalikatte, The dried long- 
pepper vine. gj^S&cS pippali- 
dumpa, The root of long pepper. 
S^^ibcrvcl pip p alia modi, The 
thick part of the long pepper vine. 
pippi, s. The remaining solid 
part of' any thing, of which the 
juice has been expressed, or strai- 
ned out. 



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308 



a© -Piiii 



&s^k> pimmata, adv. Afterwards . 
subsequently. 

&©»c piyyij *• Making in the inflex- 
Sing- l)©piti Human excrement; 
also that of dogs, crows, &c-, But 
not applied to that of cattle. 

atfoft, S>tfofc pirangi, pirangi, s. A 
great gun, or cannon, &£. Of or 
belonging to Franks, or Europe- 
ans. §>tfo**n»tf"3fe» pirangivatabet- 

tit , To blow off from the muzzle 

of a gun. lit. To place one at it's 

muzzle. 
fbtfo5\"3Sk- pirangichekka, s. The 

plant termed Mimosa octandra. 
«>9jr > s& pirigonu, v. To encompass, 

or surround. 
S>TPcssb piryada, s. A complaint. 

fbTr>e& piryadf, A plaintiff. 

I)&9 pirra, s. The fourth fraction in 
descent by fours from unity ; the 
two hundred and fifty-sixth part 
of a whole. 

g>6l§ pirriki, s. A coward, adj. Co- 
wardly, timid, ae^faotfaoa pirriki- 
mekamu. The antelope, lit. The 
timid animal. 

§>«», l>fc?»5S pirru, pirruda, acfe. Be- 
hind. §bfc9o©^)-z5b pirrutivutsu, v. n. 
To retire, or withdraw. 

*> &££&>, ?)B pirrudu, pirra, s. The 
buttock, or back side. 



Sew-tib pilutsu, v. a. To call another 
to come, or approach. 2. To invite 
to an entertainment. |> ex> ■&> r° ;& 
pilutsukonu, -y. Comy. To call 
for one's own advantage, or for 
one's own purposes. 2. To call 
each other mutually. 

2>ex>$ pilupu, s. A call, or cry. 2. An 
invitation. 

!>©&o*fc, S>exg>o^> pilipintsu, pilu- 
pintsu, v. Caus. To cause one per- 
son to call, or invite, another. 

&e> pilla, s, A child, or infant. 2. The 
young of any animal, adj. Young, 
small, tender. i)c^-3^ctfS pillakaya, 
s. A child or infant; applied to 
the human species alone. g><y afr^s&o 
pilladulamu, A small, or cross, 
beam, gb^&a kukkapilla, A pup- 
py. liyTP^b pillagadu, A boy, or 
lad. tiv~£a&> pilla veyu, To bring 
forth youno;. 

8»«^ 5T 6 ft, l)e;o"7^S) piilanagrovi, 
pillamgovi, 5. A flute. 

So ffio8oc3Ss5» pillamiriyamu, 5. A 
summerset, or leap, heels over 
head. 

!>er*o& pillanllu, s. plu. Ornaments 

worn on that toe which is next to 
the little one. 
*)© pilli, s. A cat. !>© 5jt>& pillikuta, 
Mewing, as§a-°tf pillikiina, A kitt- 

CO l 

en. 



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309 



I^X-Pinioa 



S)^8 pllari, s. A name of Ganesa. 

Ij^-cTsSoo, S>^£) pisachamu,pisachi, 5. 
A demon, evil spirit, fiend, or 
malevolent being, always descri- 
bed as fierce and malignant. |>^ 
-#§ pisachaki, s. One possessed by 
an evil spirit. 

!>$7r-8 pisinari,s.A miser, or niggard 

S>3$^tfo$*> pisinitanamu, s. Avarice ; 
the quality of a miser. 

!>£& pisaru, s, A bit, particle, or 
small quantity. 2. The refuse of 
washed grain. §>3«b"3g pisaruve- 
llu, lit. A particle to go. The 
strength to be exhausted. 

!)£r°f> pisali, s. A wicked, or mean ? 

person. 
Zi-fr*Vo& pisalintsu, v. n. To emit 

perfume, or scent. 

l)?So§b pisuku, v. a- To press, squee- 
ze, knead, or shampoo, with the 
hand. 

2>&§ft pisikillu, 5. plu. The tender 
unripe grain of dry crops, depri- 
ved of it's husk, by being press- 
ed in the hand, and thus eaten. 

I) 

l)§b piku, *v- a. To pluck up, or away; 
to root up, or eradicate ; to wrest 
out of another's hand. 2. To turn 
out of a situation, or employment. 
t>Sber»2& pikuladu, To quarrel, or 
wrangle. 



i>~% pike, s. The windpipe. 2« The 

reed used in blowing particular 

wind instruments. 
%X&k> pitsamu, s. Pride- l^sSora-So 

pltsamaratsu, To subdue one's 

pride. 2- To kill, or assassinate. 
I-STsSdo pitsarnn, s. The peacock's tail. 

!>-& pitsu, s. The fibrous part of 

plants. 
£>&> pita, s. A seat, chair, or stool. 

i)fc>13fc» pitabettu, To reside per- 

man entry. 
i^jflos pfthamn, s. A seat, chair, or 

stool. 2. A throne. 
I>©g* pithika, s. vide f)#s5w pithamu, 

2. A preface, or preamble. 
!>2i pida, s. Pain, anguish, suffering. 

f>£tf*s» pidanamu, s. Inflicting 

pain ; paining. ISsSsSm piditamu, 

adj. Pained ; suffering pain, or 
distress. 

I>&ot5o pidintsu, v. a. To torment, 

teaze, or importune. 
f>£ pita, s. A crab. f>^"as , ^_e» pita- 

dekkalu, s. plu. The claws of a 

crab. 

sbtftf pinasa, s. Cough, catarrh; cold 

affecting the nose. 
fbsK-tiaoX, i)(S37fo piniga-pinuga, pi- 

nugn, s. A corpse, or dead body. 

f>j&7foe>"ao&> pinugula penta, A 

heap of dead bodies. 



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|)e> pila, adj- Thin, slender. 2. Spare, 
scanty. Ixd&o&> pilapanta, A scan- 
ty crop. 

f)£> pili, s. The, rudder of a vessel. 

iSg' pilika, s. A rag, piece, or bit. 

||)-g^^o pilikadu, s. A steersman, 
or pilot. 

f>e»-tfcpilutsu, v. a. To suck up. 2. 
To inhale, as snuff, smoke, &c. 

fbewsg) piluvu, 6*. An elephant. 

f)£>ov piltsu, v. a. vide f>t»4S> pflutsu, 

^)o«^» pundzamu,| s. A poonjam. 
or certain number of threads. 

$ ©e? punji, 6-. Crops cultivated with- 
out artificial irrigation, commonly 
termed the dry crop. 

^ogp pundzu, s. A cock. 

?&o£o pundu, s. Making in the in- 
flex. Sing. <&ofe5 punti, And in the 
nom. plu. ^060 pundlu, An nicer, 
bile, or sore, ■xr* J tf$c&> ratsapun- 

du, The large, or rajah, bile or 
sore, which rises on the back, and 
affects the spine, so as to be deem- 
ed mortal by the Hindoos. ^oe&> 
^oa&opunducheyu, To raise a blist- 
er'. 

sg)o& punta, s. A path, or road, for 
cattle, 

*g)§k-8 pukkili, s. Making in the in- 



Hex. Sing, ^i^.ta pukkiti, The in- 
side of the cheek. ^i^Doofc pu- 
le k.ilintsu, To rinse the mouth, or 
gargle the throat. 

$-S\cls' putstsadika, s. A virgin; a 
girl. 

j§nfc\ putstsu, v. a. To send. 2. To 
command. 3- To divide, v. n. To 
decay; to dry up, or become rot- 
ten, s. The sediment of castor oil 

s^^r 8 ^, ^>«K§f s& putstsukonu, pu- 

chchikonu, v. a. To take. 2. To re- 
ceive. 3. To take, or eat, food. 

^^\ ptichche, s. The young unripe 
fruit of the palmyra, cocoanut, or 
other palmtree. 2. The skull. 

<£)-£\s&o puchchhamu, s. A tail ; the 

tail, the hinder part. 
^&> puta, s. The leaf of a book. 

$feo;5b8o^b pntamarintsu, v. n. To 
rise, or swell up, as a sore- 

$&»sfeo putamu, s, A folding, or dou- 
bling, of any thing, so as to form 
a cup, or concavity. 2. The eye- 
lash. 3- The purifying, or calcin- 
ing, metals by fire. 4. The bury- 
ing of medicine in the # earth, &c, 
in order to improve it's quality. 

jg)&r*&tf35c» putaksharamu, s. An ab- 
breviated letter. 

^feSsf, $a % putika, puttika, 5. A 
small basket. 



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putta, 5. An ant hill. 2. A 
snake's hole. 
$£o*x» puttamu, s. Cloth. 

sg)*3 ptitti, s. A certain measure of 
capacity, termed candy, or poot- 
tee, which is divided into twenty 
smaller measures, called # <fer»8S»>ex> 
tumulu, 2. A round, or circular, 
basket boat, covered with leather. 

^)fco pnttu, v. n To be born, or pro- 
duced. 2. To arise, issue, or spring 
from. 3. To get, or obtain. & 
Birth, slaws', *£)&»£> puttuka, pu- 
ttuvU; 5. Birth, production, origin. 

c^faw^Sc^co^) puttucheyuvu, s> The 
Hindoo ceremony performed at a 
birth. s£)&x>sfc-s$\ puttumatstsa, s. 
A natural mole, or mark, from 
one's birth. %&&>&& puttubadi, s. 
Produce. ^feSooSD puttintsu, v. 

Cans. To create, generate, form, 
or raise. 

3)££ew pudakalu, s.plu. Small sticks; 
fuel. 

:$&ao pudami, s. The earth. ^&ga 
xs^swjg) pudamidalupu, Sesha, the 
king of snakes, and bed of Vish- 
nu ; because he supports the 
earth. ^eScDStS pudamipatti, The 
planet Mars, the son of the earth. 

sg)2s»o"s»o^n>sw podamimolanulu,£z7. 

The waistband of the earth. The 
sea. 



%)&%>& p*udisili, s. Making in the in - 
flex. Sing. $g&a pudisiti, The 
palm of the hand, held in such a 
manner as to contain any thing- 
placed in it. ^&"3>e& pudisedu, A 
handful. 

ig)^>§o puduku, v. a- To give. s. Gi- 
ving, ^)2&&>er*e&& pudukudodu- 
ku, Tbe celestial cow, which gives 
all that is desired. 

^reg'So^k punakarintsu, v, a. To 
give an insufficiency, v. n. The fin- 
gers to be convulsed in the ex- 
tremities of death. j^esS'ao^ecs sg> 
£§§ao^e>o punakarintalu, puniki- 

rintalu, s. plu. The giving an in- 
sufficiency. 2. The convulsion of 
the fingers, in death. 

s&ewlo punuku, v. a. To spread oat 
the fingers of the hand, and then 
draw them in again, as in taking 
up a handful of any thing. 2. To 
touch, to feel. 3. To give an in- 
sufficiency. 

i&nz&x* punyamu, s. Virtue, moral 
or religious excellence, or merit. 2. 
A good action. 3. Purity, purifi- 
cation, adj. Virtuous, good, pure, 
righteous, excellent. 2. Beautiful, 
pleasing. 

^)c3£5Soi£{6co punyavantamu, adj. For- 
tunate, well fated; virtuous, pious, 
righteous. 



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tg> &&, %> &S> puttadi, puttali, s. 
Gold. "* 

^IBo^Sb puttentsu, q. a. To send, 
dispatch, or forward, vide ^-^ 
putstsn. 

^^ putri, s. A daughter. }&&* 
putrika, s A daugher. 2. A pup- 
pet. 3. A copy. eg)j&,a& putrudu, 
«. A son. 

^tfsgrf^sbo punarjanmamu, s. Me- 
tempsychosis, or transmigration 
of the soul. 

^)7P>8 punadi,s. Foundation; ground- 
work. . 

3$)7r*?s punasa, s, The poonasa crop, 
consisting of corraloo or Panicum 
Italicum, guntaloo or Holcus spi- 
catus, and alatsundaloo or Doli- 
chos catiang, and other similar 
grains. 

$■(&£, &*{j- punuka, punka, s. The 
skull. $s&r-sr>8 punukadari,5.Siva, 
who begs with a skull in his hand. 

j&sfcte punugu, 6'. The civet produ- 
ced by the cat of that name, ter- 
med, j&tfbfiol)© punugupilli. 

^^"isw punnatelu, s. A small scor- 
pion. 

^tf^sfc punnama, s . The lunar day 
on which the moon is full. 

?g)l^*S» punnemu, $. vide s. j^rao^ 
punyamu. 



tg^&M puppamu, s. A flower. 

sg)8)^ pup pi, s. Decay, vide -$)&\ pn- 
tstsu, t&S^&fio puppipurugu, s # 
An insect found in rotten timber- 
?g)&v"62» puppipallu, A decayed 
tooth. 

$$n>\& puppodi, s. The pollen, or 
farina, of a flower. 

?§)tfE3ca& puranintsu, v. a. To disre- 
gard. 2. To oppose. 

c&tf^tf^&k- purapurabokku, ?;. n. 
To be in excessive grief, or sorrow : 
to be severely afflicted. 

7&tf$>tizr°&> purapuraladu, v. n: To 
have a desire, longing, or incli- 
nation. 

^)Tr>ws5w purariamu, 5. A poorana, 
or sacred and poetical work, sup- 
posed to be compiled,or composed, 
by the poet Vyasa. 

sg)-tr°^^s5>3 puratanamu, adj. Old, 
ancient. 

jg>8 puri, s. Pack-thread, twine, 
twist. 2. The straw basket in 
which seed grain is preserved. 
jg)8"S&» puribettu To twine, or 
twist. 

$8r°tf> purikonu, v. n. To recollect- 
2. To be careful, cautious, or 
watchful, ^er'ew^) purikolupu, 
v. a. To remind. 2. To excite, 
provoke, or instigate. 



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$3><^Puliyu 



t£)6£^ purivitstsu, v. n. To sepa- 
rate. 2. To loosen. 3. To retreat, 
or withdraw. 

$&7Sb, $«>'# purugu, puruvu, s. A 
worm. 2. Any insect, or reptile ; 
and applied sometimes to snakes. 

*§&£& purudu, s. Making in the in- 
Hex. Sing, ^eapuriti, An imagin- 
ary pollution, proceeding from the 
birth of achild. adj. Equal. ^QfeSoo 
puritillu, s. The house in which a 
woman has been brought to bed. 

5$)&s&>2& purushudu, 5. A man, 
generally, or individually ; a male, 
mankind. 2. A husband. 



$ 



&& 



piironi, 



A short letter, or 



note. 

$eJc*s, Q'ts purriya, purre s. The 
skull. 

^m^omo purracheyyi, s. The left 
hand. 

$e&> purrn, s. Any solid substance 
reduced to a certain state of liqui- 
dity ; as miry clay, or excrement 
in a looseness of the bowels. 

<$<y, ^>ew, §<&> Copula, pulu, kadugu, 
v. a. To wash pearls. This is 
derived from the verb s'c&fib ka- 
dugu, To wash ; but the word 
here prefixed to it has no mean- 
ing when used separately by it- 
self. 



$v%X&x> pulakaramn, *'. Fever. 

$e>S8o-i$b pulakarintsu, v. n. To be 
attacked with fever. 

^e>;cs5a> pulagamu, .?. Bice and split 
pulse boiled together, with which 
ghee, or clarified butter, is some- 
times mixed. 

$u$ pulapa, s. An acid dish, made 
of various edible roots.' 

?&e;£tfs5oo pulasaramn, s. Indigestion. 
2. An acid taste. 

3>8 puli, A. tiger. ^S^tfb puligoru* 
The claw of a tiger. $>£>&*&> pu- 
litolu, A tiger skin. "ss^iD pedda- 
puli, s. A royal tiger, lit. A large 
tiger. ©Baa&^schirrutapnli, s.The 
hunting leopard, or cheeta. -&>K 
4D igapnli, s. lit. I he fly tiger. 
The spider ; as devouring flies. 
sg>© puli, Is sometimes used as an 
adjective to denote-Sour, acid. 

$©&& puliniilu, s. The matter, or 
pns, from a sore. 

$£>&S pulisiri, s. A sort of wart; 

$)®Z£$)&\ pnlimiputstsn, v.n. To tu- 
rn off conversation, with the view 
of concealing the subject which 
has been mentioned. 

^)£)"2»ejo pulimef.tu, 5*. The sediment 
e> .... . 
of water in which grain has been 

washed. 
^)£>ci£} puliyu, v. n. To be, or be- 
come, sour. 

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314 



^r^)-Puclj 



^wo pulu, s. Grass. 2. A blemish in 
precious stories, vide ;£)ex> pullu. 

^)s>ds6oo ptilumu, v. a. To rub. 2. To 
beat, or lash. 3. To wash with 
both hands. 

3)e»3o pulusu, s. Acidity, sourness. 
2. The juice of tamarinds, adj. 
Acid, sour. 

^)e> , ^>e> $ pulla>pullani, a<ij. Sour. 
sg>e^ «*«*»» ^>o^ pulladanamu, pu- 
liana, s. Sourness, acidity. 

s&e^ pull a, s. A small bit, or piece, 
of stick, reed, or stiff grass. 

^o8 pullari, s. A tax for pasture. 

$>v ss2& pullavadu, v. n. To stand 
fixed, or immoveable, from amaze: 
ment. 

£>£o pnllu, s. Grass. 

<£)oo&"^y pullu dinela, 5. Land which 
is only occasionally fit for culti- 
vation. 

^>$Q> $$) P^vvu, puvu, s. A flower. 
^)^)^e>sS>3^c^ puwulamudnpu, s. 
A ceremony among the Hindoos, 
in which flowers are placed on a 
pregnant soman's head. 

^)&k_ecl pushkarini, 5. A. square, or 
lar^e, pond ; a pool where the 
lotus does, or may, grow. 

^)si> <ys5*> pushkalamu, arf/. Excell- 
ent, eminent, .chief, best. 2. Much, 
many. 3. Full, filled, complete. 



s^lx pushti, s. Increase, advance, 
thriving, prosperity. 2. Strength. 
adj. Strong, ablebodied, fat. 

s^sxs&w pushpamu, s. vide sg)j$jj puv- 
vu, 2. The menses. ^^tf^ss^ pu- 
shparathamu, s. A car of any 
kind, not used in war. ^^tfSssxj 
pushparasamu, The honey of 
flowers. 

j&sxctt'X^w) pushyaragamu, s. The 
topaz. 

cg)tfer°oooO"& pnsalayintsn, v. «. To 
coax, wheedle, or persuade. ^£<vp> 
o»o^ pusalayimpu, 5. Coaxing, 
wheedling, persuasion. 

#j& pusi, *• The rheum of the eyes. 

3$) ^sScw, 7& £s5^ pustakamu, pusta- 
mu, s. vide &■» tfg'sS*) postakamu, 

^ ~S» puste, 5. The bit of gold worn 
round the neck by married women- 
vide -er^ss^ftM talibottu, & ~z$x> 

eo "a — ° 

2&jg> pustemudupu, 5. A woman 
twice married. 

$p pu,s. A flower, vide ^^ puvvu, 
$r°fo ® pugutti, s. A cluster of 
flowers, a nosegay. 

s^-a^KS puchikagaddi, .9. A. sort of 

long and stiff grass, of which 
brooms are made. 
o3r-£) puchf, s- Responsibility. 



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%&*-tZ2o-¥uTcciu 



^T-t5b putsu, v. n. To bloom blos- 
som, bud, shoot out, or expand. 
^ex>$fs£r-&> nalukapiitsu, The 
tongue to blister, or to become 
sore, or discoloured, g'^oosgrifc 
kannuluputsu, The pupil of the 
eye to become discoloured by 
disease. 

^ej, ^Patfa* pu>, pujanamu, g. 
Worship, reverence, respect ; Ho- j 
mage of superiors, or adoration of j 
deity. $y°£o-& pujintsu, v. a. To | 
worship, or adore; to do homage, j 
or evince reverence. 

^■gsxj-gjfca pujelupefctu, v. a. To or- 
nament, or illuminate, a book, &c., 
with nourishes, painting, or gild- 
ing. 

sSTfc piita, s. Half of the day. 2. A 
time ; as two times, three times, j 
&c. 3. Security, surety, bail. &*&> \ 

3fr»& putakullu, Food obtained by I 

daily contract, ^ytegretf a»«x> pu- ! 

takullayillu, An inn, or -boarding j 
house. 

?<rp &> &fa p utamu ,.v. Heaviness, weight, i 
&>&> puclu, v. n. To be filled, or \ 
closed up.s$f°i&-$5b piidutsu, v. a. j 
To fill, or close up. 2. To bury ; 
to conceal under ground 7§p8>\o& 
piidpintsu, v. Cans. To cause to fill 
up, or bury. 



■&>6 piita, s. Rubbing, besmearing. 
2. blooming, budding. 3. Flowers 
collectively. 

sgTtfel pudarri, s. Spring. 
^p"3 pude, s. A round ball 
^b&> piinfrti, s. Rose-water. 

$y°&> piinu, v» n. To undertake, en- 
gage, or interfere, in any enter- 
prize. 2. To bear a burden. sgp^, 
3§r^oifc puntsu, piinpintsu, v. 
Cans. To cause to undertake, &c. 
?grsar, c^r»i punika, puniki, s. An 
enterprize, or project. % A vow. 

■&"& pupa, ^. A tender fruit, just 
formed from the blossom. 

cgrsr&S, ^r^£§ pubodi, puboni, s. 

A handsome female, lit. Flower- 
bodied. 

^Tcsjco puyu, v. a. To smear, bes- 
mear, daub, anoint, plaster, or 
lay on by rubbing. *>. vide &>& 
putsu, sgr*o»oi5bpuyiiitsu^. Cau>. 
To cause to smear, &c. 

£r-a- para, adj. Full. c£p8o«& purin- 
tsti, v. a. To complete, to make 
full. ^o^scoeSpQo-ck sankhamupii- 
rintsu, To blow a conch. 

sgp>5 purl, £ Grass, or straw. ^dox> 
purillu, A thatched house. 

£p"c5££ofb&o p u red u pitta, s. Any bird 
which calls those of its own kind 



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i)oa&> -Feudal a 



s§ptfo6» purvamu, ady. Fjrst, for- 
mer, prior, preceding, initial, be- 
fore, in front of. 2. East, eastern. 
$. Former or ancient times ; days 
of old. 

<&-*&> ##«&» purvottaramn, 5. The 
former and future particulars, cir- 
cumstances, or incidents. 

&*$ puvii, s. A flower, vide &° pu. 

$y>$ pusa,s A bead. "Stfx sgptf venua- 
piisa, s. Butter. "Saa^fSeo vennu- 
pusalu, The joints of the back 
bone. 

tgrtfg'^iftw pusakajjemu, s. A very 
sweet cake. 

"&0& penku, s. A tile. 2. A broken 
piece of pot.^€j"g)0§b talapenku, lit- 
The head-tile. The skull. 

"3>o"? penke, adj. Obstinate, stub- 
born. 

■?>o-&> pentsu, s vide "s>o§b penku, 
v. a. To nourish, or foster. 2. To 
bring tip, or educate. 3. To sup- 
port, or maintain. 4. To increase, 
or improve, -^o-tfcr*^ pentsukonu, 
v. Corrvp. To nourish, &c. For 
one's own advantage. % To adopt 
as one's own. 

~~&o?3tf pen j era, 5. A species of rock 

snake. 
^ofc> penta, s. Sweeping, dirt, filth, 

2. Manure. 



"sbofeS penti, 5. The female of any a- 
nimal, or plant, "3>ofe5£tfcSk penti - 
karudu, s. The female, inner, or 
smaller, surf. 

"^ofeSS' pentika, s. Hard excrement 
in shape like that of sheep. 

~^o£ penda, s. The excrement of 
horned cattle. 

"S>od»e>*xx> pendalamu, s. The yam. 

"^oT5-°6 pendari, 5- Pindary, or armed 
plunderer. 

"3>o"S pende, s. A lath. 2. Half a bul- 
lock load of tobacco, &c 

-S)0^sSx> pendemu, s. The gate of a 
cow-house. 

"^olitf^ao penderamu, s. An orna- 
ment, worn round the ankle. 

~S>o;eps*», "s>o^*5» pendlamu, penlla- 
mu, s. A wife. 

"3o^, *^>o^, ^o£&pendli,penlli,pen- 
dili, s. Making in the nom. <plu. 
"5>o& o£so, l>ogo^ pendlindlu, 

no no ' no co x • " ' 

pendlinllu, Marriage; a wedding. 
"Sjois^^o, "3>o& ^toor*^ pendladu, 

no «~i J. • . ' 

pendlichesukonu, To wed, or mar- 
ry, as applied to a hasband or 
wife only. ^qS^ceoo pendlicheyu> 
To marry, or unite a husband and 
wife, as applied to their relations; 
to celebrate a marriage. 
~1iO&v%l&, "Soa^S pendalakada. 
pendaladi, adv. Early, betimes, 



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:S -Pcdda 



*3,oSr*fi pendoda, s. The thigh, vide 

&*& toda. 
*5>o$ pempu, s. Nourishing. 2. Edu- 
cation 3. Maintenance, support. 
4. Increase, or improvement. "So 
$e& pempudu, adj. Nourished. 2. 
Adopted. 3. Adoptive. ~&oir>&> 
pemparu, to be increased, or aug- 
mented, "aosw pemparrru* In- 
crease, or improvement, to cease, i 
"sbS'SoaSb, ""as'aox pekalintsu, pekal- I 
tsu, v. a. To root up, or eradi- I 
cate ; to pluck up by trie roots ; l 
to pull, tear, or force out by the j 
roots. 
■feS'ew, "S>Sbex> pekalu, pekuln, v. n. 
To come out by the root ; to be 
plucked, or pulled, out by the 
root. 
"^So^-. pekku, adj. Many, several. ~5> 
^Ij-o^Oj^ "5>&k_& pekkandru^ 
pekkura, s. plu. Many persons. 
"aX2*ex> pegadalu, s. plu. Great, or 

elderly, persons. 
"Sj-s&v petstsu, s. The rind of a fruit. 

2. An excess in value, or measure- 
ment ; premium, or profit, in the 
exchange of coins 

"S>fc> petta, s. A hen. 

"Sfco pettu, v. a. To place, or put; to 
lay, or put, down. s. Placing, put- 
ting. / 

"S>1d. "a^osa pette, pettiva, s, A box, 
or chest. 



■&£*>, "s.fow petlu, petalu, v. n. To 
fire, or go off, as a gun, or any 
thing made of gunpowder. 2. To 
crack, or open. "S>fe»»vP e ^ u PP u , 
s. Saltpetre. 

"%& peda, adj. Hinder, back, behind. 
2. Wrong, erroneous."S>£" : 3c»oQ pe- 
dacheyyi, The back of the hand. 
•2>2s-5T>a pedadari, A wrong way- 
"S)2s^£-s&)o pedarthamu, An erro- 
neous meaning, ^^sfcesew peda- 
marralu, To turn back. s»a"S>2»#w 
k(lx> buddhipedatalabattu, To be 
wanting in sense. 
-g>2»sy*a>\ pedabobba, s. A loud roar, 

or cry. 
~2>&#&s5<» pedasaramu, s. Obstinacy, 

stubbornness. 
~&nW penaka, s. A pent roof. 
-^>i£&e?o petarulu, s, plu. Ancestors. 
"5>&tfce>-ifoS'k_ petarulatsukka, s. 
The tenth, of the lunar mansions. 
"3>e£tfbe>-£r«>sx> petarulasami, Yama, 
the regent of the dead. 
"5>ss), "aas, "sa-ste pedavi, pedivi ? 
pedime, s. The lip. loa"S)25a kin- 
dipedavi, The under lip. aroa 
-s>ss> midipedavi, The upper lip. 
"5tf, "a& pedda, peda, adj, Great, 
large, big, spacious, extensive. 2. 
Chief, principal 3. Wise, sage, 4. 



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Old, ancient. 5. Long. (i. Loud- 
"Z&^o^ji 'Zitii&j pedatandri, pe- 
ttandri, A father's elder brother. 
2. The husband of a mother's elder 
sister. -2>tf&8 , "3> &g> pedatalli 

no o rr\ x ' 

pettalli, A mother's elder sister. 
2. The wife of a father's elder 
brother. 

§>ltf\ "3>tfe» pinnapeddalu, s. plu. vide 
§>k5s pinna, "as-s^sg) peddakapu* 
The chief; or head, inhabitant. 
""S>#&tf;6co,"'S> l^tfsSx, "^)>Se3§'sS»> pe- 
ddatanamu, pettanamu, peddarri- 
kamu, s. Greatness. 2. Age, old 
age. -Zi8S-°& peddadora, This ex- 
pression literally signifies the 
principal chief, or ruler, and is 
applied generally to the first in 
authority at any place, "z&s^vi&xt 
peddakalamu, A long time. ""&&£& 
peddapani, Important business. 
*^£5 »£*>«" peddanidura, s. Death. 
lit. The long sleep. 

~^>t$o&%%\o$) peddamanishiavu, v. n. 
To become nubile, as applied to 
females. iiSft^otJ^wa peddapin- 
nantaramu, s. The distinctions 
between the great, and the low. 
"^)#S)#n ^s5w peddavinnapamuj s. 

Deafness, lit. A loud request. ~&£ 
&§ peddavidhi, A higli road. 
^>c5csc» peddayu, adv. Very, excee- 
dingly. 



"^Sok^ peddintamma, s. A certa- 
in village goddess. 

"3>g", ^& pen, penu, adj. Great, 
large. 2. Heavy. 

"-^tf pena, s. A twist of rope. 2. A 
rope tying one animal to another. 
"Id^^cooj penaveyu, To tie two ani- 
mals together, with one rope. 

"2>tf/fo, "^sofibj "^tffr ^ penagu, penu- 
gn, penagonu, w. a. To surround, 
or encompass. 2. To fight, or dis- 
pute. 

ibrS&tt penamu, s. A fiat thin round 
iron pan, or plate of iron, used in 
baking cakes.&c. "Saaigb^^s^ che- 
rrukupenamu, A sugar boiler. 

"S>& p@ni, s. A twist of rope. 

"S>s>sx>fe3, "s>(35sx>£, "s>«b^Dfe5 penimiti, 
penumiti, penumeti, s. A husband. 

*a$o3oo peniyu, p. w. To twine ; to 
interlace of itself. "&Rfc-tfbpeimtsti, 
v. a. To twist, to interlace one 
with another. 2. vide ^o-xSb pen- 
tsu. 

"S)tf>&35 penukuva, 5. Battle. 2. War. 

~a#bc£) penupu. s. vide "s»o<£)pempu. 

Ibocs&peyya, s. A female calf. adj. 

Female, as applied to horned cat- 
tle. 
-%& pera, s. Honey-comb. "atfowoX" 
pterayfga, s* A bee. 



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,8&_Pedu 



"sbtfeSb peracjn, .?. Making- in the in- 
jflex. Sing. ^jtffeS perati, The back 
yard of a house. 

^#"6 -So peraretsu, To induce, pre- 
vail upon, or excite. 

t>tf?oo perasu, ,v. Flesh. 

1>&Xb perugu, a 1 . Curds, v. n. To 

grow, increase, or accumulate. 2. 

To be broken, as applied to 

string, or thread, only. 
"S>«bs5cr»& perumallu, s. Perumaul, a 

Tamil name of Vishnu, 
"Se# perra, adj. Other, another- 2. 
• Strange, foreign. ~5>es-sr>£& perra- 

. vadu, Another man. 
"^ell perrike, s. A large sack, or 

bag. "SeSTr°&5s5M perrikatamu, 5. 

The lading of oxen, &c. with 

such sacks. 
""*)&9o& perruku, v. a. To pluck up by 

the roots; to eradicate. 2. To load 

oxen, &c. 
"^asoKb perrugu, v. n. The porcupine, 

to shoot it's quills. 
li&o-tS pelutsa, adv. Excessively, ex- 
ceedingly. 
~aoo-&>, "2»?5-i$b pelutsu, pelutsu, s t 

Stiffness: difficulty in being bent. 
""S^k-eso pelkurru, v. n. To start. 

~5>e> , "^f pella, pella, 5. A lump, or 

clod. 
"S^ao-sk, "s>jf ftc-ifc pellagintsu, pe 

llagintsu, 2?. a. vide n?r£>o-&, pe- 



kalintsu, -3,9" fto-ST&taa peliaginohi- 
pettu, lit. having eradicated, to 
place or put- To transplant. 

"3»o 5\ex>, "2>Ocx> pellagillu, pellagil- 

lu, 0. ». aide ijg'yo pekalu. 
l>ew pellu, adp. Much, excessively. 5. 
Excess. 
; "$$9X> pesalu, s. plu.lhQ pulse term- 
ed Phaseolus radiatus, or green 
gram. ~5>Stf pesara, adj. Of or be- 
longing to that pulse. 

J 

' ~&£ peka, *. The warp, or cross 

• threads in. a web. The woof, or 
threads which run the whole 
length of the web, is termed, s&gp 
?6> padugu, q. v. 

I ~iifo pegu, s An entrail, or gut. 

\ ~i>& pefca, s. A pettah ; the suburb 
of a large city, or a village pro- 
tected by an adjacent fort. £. A 
row, or string, of any ornament. 

; -&&p>2& petadu, v. n. To wander, or 
prowl about ; to traverse. 

i -&Z& peda, .<?. The dung of horned eat- 

i tie. 

I ~£2& pedu, ?. Making in the nom. 
flu. ~&& pellu, A piece, cutting, 
chip, or splinter, v. a. vide -i>&> 

j penu, -£1ds£> petettu, t>. h. To °hip, 
or splinter. 



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>is?l r J$i-¥4&kk$p 



~£"3sp2^d pedevadu, ,9. A man upon 

whose face Lair does* not grow. 

~£^ex> penllu, s. plu. Sweet cakes, 

made of wheat and sugar. 
-&<5 peda, adj. Poor, indigent, s> A 

poor person. ~&SeJg's5*> pedarrika- 
mu, s. Poverty* indigence- 
~£ssb penn, v. a. To twist, or entwine. 
s. A louse ; making in the worn. 
plu.- ~£e» pelu, ■^j&JT , «»Sbfe» penu- 
gorrukuta, .v. A disease arising 
from lice, which destroys the hair, 
vide, ao.s.ew £$&>>, ~£;&Sio indra- 

^J O CO 

luptakamu, penupilla, s. A nit. 
-Soogbsbk- pelukukku, To kill lice. 

-£*s*> pemu, 6-. A rattan- reed, or cane. 

"&tfc£os!b3, "^^o^o,«5a3 perantamu, pe- 
rantramu, s. Married women go- 
ing to each other's houses, on any 
domestic festival. 

~iitio&TT&> perantaln, s. A wife whose 
husband is alive. 2. A wife who 
dies before her husband- 

-^tfska peramu, 5. Running. 

~£es£ perima, s. Profundity. 

-£8SX>, "^ perimi,permi,s. Affection. 
2. Friendship. 3- Greatness. 

-£& peru, s. Making in the inflex. 
Sing. ~^8fe5 periti, and in the nom 
plu. -£& pellu, A name ; an ap- 
pellation. -&tfb>v£> perugala, adj. 
Famous, renowned. 



"£& peru, s. A long loose necklace. 
2. Fame, character, adj. Great. 2. 
Famous, v. n. To congeal, or 
curdle, as milk, &c. 

*3tf>r°»o, -£8^^_sJb perukonu, perko- 
nu, v. n. To congeal, curdle, 
harden, or thicken, v. a. To com- 
mend, or praise. 2. To call one 
by his name. This verb is derived 
irom both of the foregoing words, 
and r*j& konu, q. v. 

~i>&>&, *^f5b\ perutsu, pertsu, r. a. 
To pile, or heap up. 2. To display. 

~£"3s5™ peremu, s. Running. 2. A 
Gallop. 

~£*3sfco^r&, '£- r d-&>&> peremubaru, pe 
remettu, v. n. To run. 2. To gallop. 

"£590 perm, v. n. vide ~i>& peru. 

~~&vzs&x> pelavamu, adj Tender, deli- 
cate, fine. 2. Easy, not difficult. 

~&znvo pelalu, 5. plu- Fried grain. 

"£ej|>o& pelapindi, .9. Flour made 

of fried grain. 

I "£©g\ "&©"§ pelika, pelike, s. A rag. 

I -£ex> pelu, ?;. n. To be covered with 

eruption, as applied to the body. 

2. To be fried, as applied to 

vegetables, v. a. To talk in a silly 

I manner. ""s&ex?\ v. a. To fry. 

! -ii&ij-ih pcshkaru, s. A Peshcar, or 

revenue servant under an Amildar. 



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sb-°o&tf-P< 'Titan :i 



eO 



"i, pai, ado. vide sSooo payi. 

2>^s5m paikamu, s. Money, cash 

treasure. 2. The quarter of the 

coin termed a club. 
2s^» paikamu, s. An assemblage 

of cuckoos. 
"J^xjbew paigastilu. s. pho. vide s5a» 

payi. 
■^^"ews- paidzarlu, s. plu. Shoes, 

slippers. 
1^&> paita, s. vide Scoots payita. 
t} S paidi, .?. Gold, vide sSawSpayidi. 

"?» SS'olo paidikante, s- e^de -£ooo& 
§*o"lo payidikante. 

~g> &s$oo2&^> paidimudupu,. 5. tnWe sS 
o»Ss5c»^^), payidimudupu, under 
•£o»& payidi. 

2_ ^Q&*> paityamu, 5. Madness, im- 
becility. 2. A superfluity of the 
bilious secretion. 3. Any bilious 
complaint. ~£>e£o-7v«>db paityagadu, 
A fool, a blockhead. 2. A lunatic, 
or madman. 

~^<5© paidali s. A woman, 
"g^ pain a, ady. vidte £o*> payi. 
2»sS*> painamu, .<?. mrfe -ioootfsSw pa- 

yinamu. 
^Sfcs paiyeda, 5. vide sSewfo payita. 
jLtf paira, 5. wide sso&tf payara. 
-g, & pairu, *. Growing corn. 



S^ 



^o pom, 5. Gobi £r»o;Cta> poneattu. 
5. A golden mountain. 
; $r>o$s>x> ponkamu, s. Beauty, pro- 
portion, grace.2. Fluency, elegance 
of speech. 3. Pride, adj. Hand- 
some, well proportioned ; well 
formed, or well made. 2. Fluent, 
eloquent. 3. Proud. 

J '^oKO, £-*oK?> pongali, pongali. s. 
Making in the inflex. sing. £n>oX*5 
pongati, Boiled rice, mixed with 
milk, and seasoned with sugar, 
and other articles that give a 
high relish. &*o?C43£o&>;c pongati 
panduga, A great Hindoo festival, 
at which this dish is used. 

j &-°o«b poogu, v. n. To effervesce ; 
to boil» or bubble up. 2. To over- 
flow. 3. To be overjoyed. 4. To 
swell from blows, s. Effervescence; 
boiling, or bubbling up. 2. Over- 
flowing. 3. Excess of joy. 4. The 

I measles. 

I £r°on& pontsu, v. n. To lie in wait ; 

to lurk. 5. Lurking. 
£r»o"?3 ponte» Part. With ; together 

with ; for. 
£poe£ponta, .5. A way, road, or path. 

2. A bank. adv. Near. 

sb^o^tfsSoo pontanamu, s. A happy 

conjunction of the stars 
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322 



£p *3\ «5c» -Pochchemu 



$r*o&$ pondika, s. vide £n>o3 , s5ao 
ponkamu, No. 1. and 2. 2. Regula- 
rity of arrangement, or constr 
uction, of words. 

£poab pondu, v. a. To obtain, procure, 

or acquire. % To be under the 
dominion of any of the passions ; 
to experience joy, grief, <fec. 3. 
To sustain, suffer, or undergo ; 
as applied to misfortune, lo~s, or 
pain; 4. To enjoy ; as applied to 
happiness, or good fortune. 5, To 
enjoy by copulations. Friendship. 
2 Enjoyment by copulation. &*o 
fio-i&pondintsu, v, Caus. To cause 
to obtain, &c. as above, in all the 
meanings of £r°o8b, "^tfs6w&*©ao 
•sfo pondu, beramupondintsu, To 
settle a bargain ; as applied to 
brokers, 
s^gk-g) pokkali, 5. Making in the 

inflex sing. 

s^S^-^ pokkati, A temporary fire 
place, formed with loose stones,&c. 

^S^.© pokkili, 5. Making in the 
inflex. Sing. &*§{,_« pokkiti, The 
navel. 

&■*&?._ pokku, v. n. To be sorrow- 
ful, or afflicted. 2. To blister ;to 
be excoriated. 3. Earth when 
parched to rise up, on being 
moistened, s. A blister, pimple, 
pustule, or pock. ^§k_o-&po- 
kkintsu, v. Caus. To vex, or 
torment. 2. To cause to blister 



or rise up. s£p.&>"3 ew^gc^ mata- 
bailupokku, To reveal a matter, j 
£r*X poga, s. Smoke. £r»x"3&» po- 
gachettu, The tobacco plant, sfr* 
-tpSo pogaku, s. Tobacco, lit The 
smoke leaf. ^K^?fo pogatagu, 
lit To drink smoke. To smoke a 
pipe, &c. ; To inhale smoke. £pX 
c«» pogayu, v. n. To smoke, or 
emit smoke ; as applied to fire, 
&c In a burning state. s^>x&r»& 
pogatsuru, To become black, from 
exposure to smoke. 

&-*Xfiw, &*Xb£& pogaclu, pogudu, v. a. 
To praise, applaud, or commend. 
2. To flatter. &r»xajr-&*)car s .e»- 
£r»X_&, £r«>X2& pogadika-pogadi- 
kolu-pogadta, pogadu, s. Praise, 
commendation, applause, encom- 
ium. 2. Flattery. 

&"*X&, &-°Kb& pogaru, poguru, s. 
Pride, arrogance, presumption. 2, 
The surf of the sea. &*&&>'&*& 
pogurubotu, s. A very proud, or 
haughty, person. 

£r»Xex>, £r*/fogx> pogalu, pogulu, v, n. 
To be very sorrowful, or afflicted. 

$n>fo& pogupu, s. The seasoning of 
food. 

sfrr'BxjSM pochchemu, s. Sin. 2. Im- 
purity. 



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£n> SS'-Pottika 



£r*&>3'eo-&> ^&>s&QonS> potakarintsu, 
potamarintsu, v. n. To rise, or 
swell up, as a sore- 2. To shoot 
out anew; as lopped trees. 

-&»& potty, s. The belly. 

^pfe5 potti, adj. Short ; smalllin size. 
£r* &■$ $ &*> pot titanamu, r. Shortness 

£nt>x> pottu, s. The husk, or "pod. 

£r*%y* pottelu, s. A ram. 

£i * " 

£r°6orii» potlamo, s. A leaf, or paper, 

"° 

folded up,|"generally^in a square 

form ; for noiding, or containing, 
any thing. 

£r°da poda, s. A visit. 2. [A speck, 
mole, or mark. 3. Figure, shape. 

£-*&^&» podakattu, v. n. Tojfhe 
remembered, or recollected. 2. 
The appearance of something seen 
before, to present itself to the 
mind or imagination only, but not 
in reality to the eyes. 

£n> 2*7no ■&,&*&)(;!& podagantsu, poda- 
ganu, v. a. To see, or descry. ir> 
2»-v$j-»sg) podatsupu, v. n. To appear. 

&*&7& podagu, adj. Tall, high. % 
Long. s. Height. 2. Length. 

&^&sfca podamu, v. n. To be produ- 
ced ; to arise. 

&•*£# podava, s. A boat. 

sb-*&5$ podavu, adj. and s. vide £r° 
&fo podagu. 

£n>&£o1! podasutte, s. A small 
hammer. 



£r*& podi, s. Any ground powder. 
2. Snuff, adj. Dry. 2. Small. 3. 
Young. £r°g^:x$x> podicbeyu, To 
pulverize ; to reduce to powder- 

^a"3g^r»i6 podibettivudu, To sol- 
der, lit. Having placed powder, 
to blow. 

£p&»tfb podugu, v. n. To increase, 
or grow ; to be heightened, or 
lengthened, adj, and s. vide £-°£ 

Kb, s^clfto^D podagu, podigintsu, 
v. a- To heighten, raise, exalt, or 
increase . s^Sso-A^tSpodug at 1 , adj . 

High, tall. 2. Long. 
^^^bAozov© podugugubbali, a-, vide 

6-tfcoS^.a. udayadri, under &-&cs6 

roo udayamu. 
£p>£&-&> podutsn, v. a. To stab, thrust, 

or pierce through ; to gore. 2. To 

prick, or cause pain. 3. To fight, 

or combat. 

&■»£&. s5» podumu, s. Powder of any 
kind- 2. Snuff, vide &>& podi. 

^wr ponaka, s. A large basket? 
made of splinters of the marshy 
date tree, &c. , for holding grain. 

£p £s&» pottamu, 5. A book. 

£r* &tf, s^tftf pottara, potaka, 5. A 
bundle of leaves, &c. 

^r« $£tf s$w pottaramu, s. A roller or 
pestle, for grinding spices, &c. 

tn ©££&$ pottikadupu, s. The ab- 
domen, or lower part of the belly 



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&-°8-Pori 



£p> ©;&& Pottigudda, 



A small 



piece of cloth, used for infants. 2. 
A kind of bark garment. 

£r*e£) pottu, ^ Frieodsbip. 2. Eating 
in tbe same plate together. &*&>$ 
7&6o& pottunagudutsu, To eat to- 
gether from tbe same plate, or leaf. 

^>»^pw5r»dbpottulav^ru,s. j p^.Frieiids. 

$r*&>® pottuvu, s. The goddess 

Saraswati. 
£ps> poda, s. A bush. ^seg» poda- 

rillu, A place overgrown with 

creeping; plants; a bower, or arbour. 
s^ftex? podalu, v. n. To shine. £p& 

So-&> podalintsu, v. C'aus. To cause 

to shine. 
£r& podi, .?. A quiver. 2- The leather 

case used by barbers. 

£r?£5bKb podugo, v, a. To cover. 2. 
To bind, or cover with leather. 3. 
To set as precious stones. 4. To 
sit on eggs. 5. To surround, or 
encircle, s. The udder of horned 
cattle- &«» a ft o oSb podigintsry; . Guus. 
To cause to cover, &c ^-^Kb^csco 
podugucheyu, To have the udder 
swelling, or increasing in size, 
from the augmented secretion of 
milk. 

$r°&rS) poduvu, gj. a vide £r>&]& po- 

dugU- 
sfr*2fo poddu, s. The sun. 2. Any time, 

or period, of the day or night- 3. 
A day. 



sb-^Sb ponaru, v. a. To give. v. n. 
To be agreeable, pleasant, or 
splendid. £r°tfao-£$b ponarintsu, v. 
Gaus. To cause to give. v. a. To 
make agreeable, or pleasant ; to 
make shine. 

^°ssb^ pounu, *. Gold, 2. A ferrule, or 
rim of metal, at the bottom of a 
stick, or of a pestle, <fec. 

£po», ^roowo poyi, poyyi, s. Making 
in the nom. plu. &-°oo6s» poyilu, 
A fire-place. 

sr^tfpora, s. Duplicity, fraud, deceit. 
2. Pretence. 3. A plait, or fold, in 
cloth. 4. The coat, or fold, of an 
onion, &c. 5. A mistake, or error. 
6. The cataract in the eye. 7. A 
secret, ^e?^^ porabovu, To go 
the wrong way ? in swallowing. 

s^tf^ poraka, s. A sweeping broom. 

&*&&> porada, s. Half of the day. 2. 

A time, or period. 
£n>efd&> porayu, v. a. To obtain, or 

procure. 

£ptf«yo poralu, v. n. To roll. 2. To 
turn in sleep. 3. To flow down as 
water. 4. To be afflicted. s^SS^, 
r >8g" poralika, porlika, s. Roll- 
ing. s£r»&>£n»tfe» mataporalu, To fail 
in one's promise. 

£r*e pori, adv. Exceedingly, very 
much. adj. Angry. $r>0&n$) pori- 
tsupu, An angry look. 



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525 



&«So-P6ku 



d^8iT , -j&-^ro88Scr»69o^, s^8*w&^ porigO- 
nu-poriniarrtsu, poributstsu, v. a. 
To destroy, or kill. 

$r>d7S*$) poribovu. v- n. To die, or 
expire. 

&-°&fib poruga, s. The neighbour- 
hood, the vicinity, adj. Neigh- 
bouring, adjoining, adjacent. This 
word refers particularly to what 
is in front, or on the left hand. 
Me q&fib irugu. 

$r°& porlu, v. n- vide £n>tfex> poralu, 
No. 1 2. and 3- 

&-»e> pola, s> Flesh meat. $r>vQo& po- 
ladindi, A Rakshasa, or giant. 

^o-Sa polatsu, v. n. To wander. 2. 
To be agreeable, or pleasing. 

£r*e;8, $r*v&og polati, polatuka, s. A 
woman. 

£r*e>sfc» polamu, s. A field ; ground 
fit for cultivation. 

sfr-'ectfceMS' polayaluka, s. A quarrel 
between husband and wife. 

£p>e>oa<o, $r>8cx5cx> polayu, poliyu, v. n. 
To die, or expire. 

&-*&£:> polasu, s. vide ^»e pola. 

&•*£ poli, s. An oblation. 

&-*D"&>tf polimera, s. A boundary, or 
limit. 

sb-^^jg) polivovu, v* n. To miss 
aim. 2. To fail in battle. 

3r*ex>cg> polupu, v. a. To roll, adj* A. 

greeable, pleasant, congruous- 



&-*2x>&> polusu% 8. The scales upon 

fish. 

sb-°ex> polli7, ,?. The empty ears of 

corn,which have produced no crop. 
s^oos5cr»6oewpollumatalu, Silly and 

fruitless words. 

&-*sjpova, s. vide j^x poga. 

£-"£«b-&-°;oortb, £r>Sz& posagu-posu- 
gu, posuku, v.n. To be agreeable, 
or congruous ; to fit, or suit ; to 
be on good terms. 2. To happen, 
or occur. Seaside ax* viriddari- 
kiposagadu, These two do not 
agree together. 

&* tf£s5M postakamu, s. A book- 

l 

i s^^ poka, s. Going. 2. Conduct. 

| s^S' poka, a*. Beetle or areca nut, in 
raw or unboiled state. sHr*^ po- 
kottu, s. Scissors to cut areca nut. 

I s^g's^g pokamudi, s. The knot of a 
woman's cloth. 

J $r*-s*m>\ pokarrtsu, v, a. To destroy. 
d*!8 pokiri, s. A blackguard, adj. 

Blackguard. 
3r«§§6 pokillu, s. plu. Childish wish- 
es, or longings. 
&*&> poku, s. Going. 2. An opening. 
3. Expense. s&r«§bss&)s-Tr»j#o2& po- 
ku vartngavundu , To be going and 
coming ; to frequent. 



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dr«Tr»ao-P6rarai 



s^Xtf pogara, $. A goldsmith's tool. 

&■*&> pogn, a. A thread, or string. [2 
A heap. 3. A crowd or assem- 
blage. 4. An ear-ring. 

£r*fr"°fc>o pogottu, v. a. To lose. 2. To 
be freed from ; to get rid of. 

£r*\b y £j-«2y> potsu, podzu, v- a. To 
draw out in threads. 

&*&>§'_© potakatti, s. A large knife, 
for cutting wood. 

£r*&>5 potari, 5. A brave man; a hero. 

s^asfosfeew potikandulu, s. pht. A 
white species of doll, or pige- 
on pea. Citysus cajan. 

£*t>x> pom, s. The swelling of a river, 
&c; the flood tide. 2. A stab, or 
blow. 3. Pain. 

£r*^2& podadu, v. n. To fight, qu- 
arrel, dispute, or contend. s^>kr°&> 
potlata, s. A fight, quarrel, or dis- 
pute. 

d*&ao, &*&&> podimi, ponimi, s. Na- 
tural splendour. 2. An ornament, 
or jewel. 

&$& pota, s. Pouring. 2- Casting, in 

metal. 3. The eruption of the small 
pox. adj. Molten, cast in metal. 

sH^tfsSoo potaramu, s. Pride; boast- 
ing. 

&*&> potu, & The male of certain 
birds, horned cattle, and plants. 
2. A male buffalo. This word is also 
applied contemptuously to men, 



or even to women; as. eT'Kb^sfc 
tagnbotu, A drunkard, or drunken 
fellow. ^(^02^00 goddubotu, A 
barren woman. ^oS^^o tindipo- 
tu, 6. A glutton. 
^pf^sSas potramu, s. vide s>r$e£tfs5cx> 
potaramu, In Sanskrit, this word 
denotes the snout of a hog. 

&-*£ p6ni,*W/. Like. skKT^dko^^ 
sr>&> manmadhudumbonivadu, A 
man like Cupid. 

£r*2D& pobadi, s. A hint. 2. A wink. 
3. A trace. 

s^oafc poyu, v. a. To pour. 2. To 
cast in metal. «o&,-sr>c5b s^oacw 
ammavaru poyu, The small pox 
to appear? or break out, on the 
skin. 2. To inoculate with the 
small pox. ■jan>tfc£rSc8co narupoyu, 
To sow seed, in order to obtain 
plants, which are again to be 
transplanted. -£)sSx>d-*ctf» chimUpo- 
yu, To suppurate. "Ssfcfcos^oacoche- 
matapoyu,To perspire. &-iS\£r*oc& 
utstsapoyu, To make urine. ss<& 
sb*c«5o vadapoyu,To strain through 
a cloth. &-S0000-& poyintsu, v- 
Caus. To cause to pour, cast, or 
inoculate, ^-^r ^ posukonu, v. 
Comp. To pour upon one's-self. 

& s tt>s» porami, s . Friendship. 



d*$-P6vu 



327 



ir tfb sSL-Paurusha 



$r*d$&xi poritamu, s. War, battle, 
fight. 

s!r*&> poru, v. n. To fight, or combat- 
s. A fight, or combat. 2. A 
quarrel, or dispute. 3. Enmity. 
sr*-^£c poradu, To -fight- 2. To 
quarrel, d* -cp> ko *x» poratamu, 5. 
Combat, battle. 2. Quarrel, dis- 
pute. &*&"gfc» porubetr.u, To cry 
as a child, 

&-*{5bss poruva, s. A sheet. 

£r*fc9^b porradu, 5. A boy, or young 
man. 

Srtvg&j polakamrna, s. A certain 
village goddess. 

&-s$r, 2r*8§ polika, poliki,s. Resem- 
blance, likeness. 

&*e» polu, 9. a. To resemble, or 

be like. 
d*13 pole, adj. Resembling, like : 

as -xr> &»$&*!$ ramunibole, Like 
Rama. s. A sort of flour cake. 
sJr*l5tfos5b, poleramma, 5. A certain 

village goddess. 2. The goddess 
of the small pox. 3. The small 
pox itself. 

&*i> poll, 5. A cake, made of wheat- 
flour, jaggory, and doll, or pigeon 
pea. 

&*$> povu, v. n. To go ; to go off, 
or away ; to proceed. 2. To be 
lost, to disappear. 3- To die. The 
present, perfect, and aorist tenses 
of this verb, may be affixed, as 



auxiliaries, to the infinitive of any 
verb, to give it a future significa- 
tion, as ^.osStf^-fo-sr'N so vraya- 
botsunnanu, I am going to write. 
r°OT$b, r^o-tf-s^^) kontsu, kontsa- 
povu, v. a. To carry away, or off. 
d-$o»?s poyina, Relative past par- 
ticiple. Gone, lost, past, dead. 
&*oootf »r>tfo5oo poyinavaramu, Last 
week. %,% i^^zr 8 ^ okastritobo- 

vu, To go, or cohabit, with a 
woman. 

&-*S\OT$b poshintsu, v. a. To nourish, 
cherish, maintain, support, pre- 
serve, or protect. 

$r*i$~%ij£( r .vo posarrekkalu, s. plu. 
A particular species of fish. 

s^8?> paudzu, s. An army. 

srv© pautri, s. A grand-daughter, 

either in the male, or female line; 

though more usually confined to 

a son's daughter. 

ir»^o,a^> pautrudu, s. A son's son ; 
a grandson in the male line only. 

ir*&'&&yi paurushamu, s. The mea- 
sure of a man, equal to the height, 
to which he reaches with both 
arms elevated, and the fingers 
extended. 2. The property of 
manhood ; virility, manliness. 



^-sr'S'-Prakasa 



323 



sS.er^-Pratapa 



<o 



O 



<sl pra, part. A Sanskrit particle, 
prefixed to words of that language, 
and implying. Progressive motion 
(forth, forward, away, &c. ) 2. 
excess, or excellence, (very, f much, 
exceeding.) 

^?f&>8too prakatamu, adj. Display- 
ed, unfolded, manifest, appa- 
rent, proclaimed, public, notorious, 
igj g' feo s3» ^ oabo prakat amuchey u , To 
proclaim, or make public. 

sS ; £tf ras&o prakaranamu, 5. An in- 
troduction; a proiogue.or prelude. 
2. A poetical fiction, or poem, in 
which the story and principal 
persons are wholly imaginary; the 
term is especially applied to a 
dramatic poem. 3. A chapter, or 
section ; a book. 

3 TT'tfjko prakaramu, s. Difference. 
2. Similitude, likeness, resem- 
blance. 3- Manner, method, mode. 
adv. According to, conformably 
with, ^-^tfjfco-rr prakaramuga, 
Accordingly. 
^ -t^sxm prakaiamu, s. Sun-shine, 
lustre, splendour, light. 2. Expan- 
sion, diffusion, manifestation; the 
word being equally applicable to 
physical or moral subjects, as the 
blowing of a flower, diffusion of 
celebrity, publicity of an event, 






or manifestation of a truth. s ; -s^ 
3o#b prakasintsu v. n. To shine, 
or glitter ; to be splendid. 
,^5 r^sSM prakritamu, adj. Made, 
completed, accomplished. adjV. At 
present •, just at this time. 

^jfs© prakriti, s. Nature. 

^$r*£© prakhyati, s. Publicity? no" 
toriety. 2. Praise, enlogium. 

^K&praggada, s. A protector. 

.s5.-cfo£s$»> prachandamu, adj. Into- 
lerable, insupportable. 2. Exces- 
sively hot, or burning. 3. -Bold, 
confident, fierce, presuming. 4. 
Wrathful, passionate* 

.•5 & pradza, s. Progeny, offspring. 2. 
People, subjects. 

£ s prajna, s. Intelligence, under- 
standing, wisdom, sense, clever- 
ness, talent. 

&sko pranutamu, adj. Praised, 
celebrated, ^faoSo-db pranutfntsu, 
v. a. To praise. 

^•3© pratati, s. Any creeping plant. 
2. Spreading ; expansion. 

^^wsixj pratalamu, s. The open 
hand, with the fingers extended- 

<j5. -&*$>&» pratapamu, s. Majesty, 
dignity, the high spirit arising 
from the possession of rank and 
power. 2. Heat, warmth. 3. Valour, 
prowess. 



C^ 



.tf.aSo-Pratibini 



329 



^^Jv-Pradakshi 



^8 prati, A Sanskrit particle, pre- 
fixed to words of that language, 
and implying, Substitution, (in- 
stead, in lieu). 2. Several, in or- 
der, (severally, each, by each.) 3. 
direction, designation, (to, to- 
wards, upon). 4. Belonging to, (as 
a part, or portion). 5. Exchange, 
return, (again, back again). 6. A 
little, &c. s. Any thing substitut- 
ed for another ; a copy. adj. Each, 
every. ^ a^Si praticlhwani, an 
echo. 

3 ®$n>vz&i pratikiilamu, adj. Contra- 
ry, adverse, cross grained, reverse, 
inverted. 
,3.8k prati] na, s. Promise, assent, 
agreement, engagement; determi- 
nation, resolution ; a vow. ^©^ 
"SO o-tSbpratijnachellintsu, To ful- 
fil a vow. 



vid 
<£,©$$ pratinidhi, 5 



3 9^ pratina, s. 



e^Bx pratijna. 



A resemblance 

of a real form; an image of a sta- 
tue, a picture, &c 2. A surety. 
£.©$<>;*&> pratiphalamu, s. Eeflec- 



O 



tion of a mirror 



&c^©^Sot5o 



prati phalintsu, To reflect back a 



hgure, 



&e. 



s3 ©^o^s5do pratibandhamu, s. Ob- 
stacle, impediment, hinderance. 

jS.9Qoas5oa pratibimbamu, $. A re- 
semblance, or counterpart, of real 
forms ; as a picture, an image, a 
shadow, c&c. 



s> A resemblance; a 
• picture. 
D«r-3 prativadi, s. A respondent 



.3 8s5b prati ma 
figure, image, or picture. 

6 



a defendant. ^Ds^ao-db prativa- 
dintsu, p. W. To answer, or reply. 
.sS.Ssx pratishtha, 5. Fame, celebrity. 
2. Consecration. 3. Endowment. 
4. Staying, standing, fixation. ,£, 

©Ixo-tfb pratishthintsu, To conse- 

° 
crate. , -£p . & 3 , 8& p r a napratish- 

tha, That consecration of an idol 
which is supposed to inspire it 
with divine power. 

^_§ pratti, s. Cotton, when in the 
pod. vide *£ © patti. 

jJS^c&sSm pratyakshamu, adj. Per- 
ceptible, perceivable ; present, as 
cognizable by any of the organs 
of sense. 
3 3ce j£tf«Sc» pratvuttaramu, s. An 
answer, reply, or rejoinder. 

(^^0*^-3-° ^s5w pratyupakaramu, s. 
A return of good offices;gratitude. 

v ^ ) "§c§'s5ao pratyekamu, adj. Separ" 

ate, distinct. ( $~§?%o&> pratyekin- 

tsu, To separate. * lies' s$x>tp 

pratyekamuga, Separately ; in 
private, alone. 

^es.-LcasSao pradakshinamu, s. Reve- 
rential salutation, by circumam- 
bulating persons, or objects, keep- 
ing the right side towards them. 
42 



^^o^-Prabhuvu 



330 



55 .^So-Praiapin 



O 



( 55 "^#s&k> pradesarnu, 5. A place in 
general ; a country, a district, <fcc. 
-qr°^5»c pradhanamu, adj. Chief, 

principal, superior, 55 -^tfsSoo^ 
ca6o pradhanamucheyn, To betroth 



U2 



^Tp^jcS^, <£ -*pS> pradhanudn, pra- 

dbani, 5. • A prime, or chief, 
minister. 
& &o-SV,:o prapanohamu, .<?. The 
expanded universe. 2. Extent, 
expanse. 3. Copiousness, abun- 
dance. 4. Illusion, or delusion. 

,^23oe^s5oo prabandhamu, s. A con- 
nected discussion, or narrative. 

/£ atfstito prabalamu, ac£/. Strong, 
powerful, pre-eminent.^ a ex) pra- 
balu, 0. m. To increase, to impro- 
ve; to become great, or powerful. 

,55 ^©o-& prabalintsu, v. a. To ex- 
tend, or augment. This verb has 
also occasionally the neuter mea- 
ning of 55 20 e» prabalu. 

\&$ prabha, s, Light, radiance, 
splendour. .^^S'bb^b prabhakaru 
du, The sun. 

/Sd.^^sSm prabhatamu, s. The dawn, 

or morning. 
5$ ( s^s5sSw prabhavamu, .9. Majesty, 
dignity, magnanimity, high spirit. 
2. Fewer, strength, energy. 
,36$ prabhuvu, s. A lord, master, 
or ruler. <53 ^^o^^prabhutwamu, 



O* 



s. Power, authority, rule, govern- 
ment. 

£ s&*ra**» pramariamu, 5. Measure, 
size, dimension, quantity 2. 
Proof, testimony, authority. 3. 
An oath, adjuration. 4. Limit. 
5. Cause, motive. ^ y s5^ra^^o^ 
pramanamucheyu, To take an 
oath. ^sscr^rasfcwiiSoeooTfc pramana- 
mucheyintsu, To administer an 
oath, 

55 3&r°&s5a> pramadamu, 5. Mistake, 

error, inadvertence, carelessness, 

inaccuracy 2. Misfortune. 
j3,£o"S pramide, s. The cup of a 

lamp ; the place which holds the 

oil- 
55 cese^sko prayatnamu, s. Endeav- 



O 



our, 



or effort. 2. Act, action. 



s> csfr»eas5oo prayanamti, 6-. Journey, 
march, departure. 

.sS.c^tf prayasamu, pra- 



55.CG£n>cO<&x> 



yasa, s. Trouble, labour, fatigue. % 
Difficulty, embarrassment.3. Pain 

Cause. 



55 o3o-og;tfs5s> prayojanamu, s 

2. Motive, origin 



3. 



occasion 

Result. 4. Occupation, business. 

5. Profit, advantage. 6. Use. T. 

A religious ceremony, 
55 er^sSco pralapamu, s. Unmeaning 

or unconnected speech. 2. Sorrow 

lamentation. 
/<S^r» 2> c -&, ^<y S) o-do prala pintsu, pra 

lapintsu, v. n. To lament, or 

arrieve. 



&** 



Trasna 



331 



.a^a-Prasiddlu 
v — -' v 



.& ^osssSm pralayamii, s. The end of a 
kaipa, or destruction of the world. 
2?e>£ .S'csSs&do jaiaprafayamu, The 
deluge. ^^ce3s5wrr pralayamuga, 
adv. In immense or overpowering- 
numbers. 2. With vast pomp. 3. 
In a most extraordinary manner. 

ss.ssjjtf pravartana, s. Action, busi- 
ness, worldly interest or activity, 
as opposed to abstract contem- 
plation. 2- Conduct, behaviour- 
3 ss©sr-o3b, ( sSsS8e-e» pravarfcin- 
tsu, pravartillu, To act or behave. 
2. To be going on, in a state of 
action. 

To in- 



#. 71. 

lugment. 



.*.sj8oo pravardhillu 

crease, prosper, or 
^3 -5r*£ pravada, s. Bumour. report. 
.3 ysr>&-&x> pravahamu, 5. A stream, 

or current : the flowing, or course 



of any thing; continuous passage, 
to run as water. 



,*$,£> ir^onft pravahintsu, To flow : 



^Htftx* pravesamu, 



Entering-, 



entrance. 2. Arrival. 3. Advance- \ 
ment in learning. 3 ,~£§o&> prave- 1 
sintsu. v. n. To enter. 2. To arrive 
at. 3. To interfere in. 

£ S"_gs5w prasastarnu, adj. Happy, j 
well, right. 2. Good, excellent, 
best, illustrious. 3. Commodious. 

js,^, ^^tin prasna, prasnamu, s. 
A (jueshon. demand, or 6tiquiry. 



$ 3oXs*» prasangamu, s- A discour- 
se. 2. Introduction, insertion. 3. 
Association, connection. ( £ ySo'ho^ 
prasaugintsu, To discourse ; to 
argue, or dispute. 

£ 7$ § prasakti, 6 An occurrence* 
or event. 

, 3 £#n £ prasannata, s. Brightness, 
pellucidness, clearness, purhty, 
ijZ.iSX^&xi prasannamu, adj. Clear.t 

transparent, clean, bright, pel- 
lucid. 2. Pleased, delighted, com- 
placent, gracious, favorable. 

r&jZzS&xi prasavamu, s. The bring- 
ing forth, or bearing, young. 2. 
A flower, or blossom. 3. Birth, 
production. 4. Offspring, posteri- 
ty, .^tfss^^-^ex) prasavapunop- 
pulu, The pains of child-birth. 
^So^b prasavintsu, To brign 
forth a child. 

( j3,3r°£36» prasadamu, s. Clearness, 
cleanness, brightness. 2. Favor, 
kindness, propitiousness. 3. Well- 
being, welfare. 4. Food offered to 
the deity, or to a Guru. ,j^,-£r°ao 
-vSb prasadintsu, v. a. To favor. 

3 &>-£&) prasapadu, s. To eat 
I 3 , & & <&*> prasiddham u, adj. A domed 
ornamented. 2. Famous, celebra- 
ted, notorious. 

.3.&& prasiddhi, .5. Fame, celetmty, 
notoriety 



jjfr^el-Pram 



332 , ■&■» ,K tf.Prarthana 



<tf,#r*tf, ^^r»©r prasuta,prasutika,6". 
A woman who has borne a child, 
or who has been recently delive- 
red. 

^■frvss&o prastavamu, *. Opportu- 
nity, occasioD. 

&^&o%$i> prastavintsu, v. a. To 
seize an opportunity. 

^r&^sfeo prastutamu, adj. Said, re- 
vealed, propounded, declared. 2. 
-Ready, prepared. 3. Praised, pa- 
negyrised, s. A feast, or ceremo- 
ny, adv. At present. 

<5!^o-& prasthapintsu, v. a. To 
place, keep, or stop. 

<3,s^6 prahari, s, A wall, raised a- 
round the house. 

^H\ftfs5<x> prakshalanamu, s. Wash- 
ing, cleaning. 

<^p, pra, adj. Old, ancient. 

v 2^-s-°^s6»3 prakaramu,s. A rampart, 
or fence; any enclosure, or defen- 
ce, in the form of a wall, upon a 
raised mound. 

v ^§b praku,ft.| n. To creep. 

^2j^^> prakudu, s. Dirt. 

Q^j^fr- P r akku, adj. Before, prior; 
preceeding in place, or time. 2. 
East, eastern. 3. Past, gone. adv. 
Formerly. 

^^^pram, s. An animal; a senti- 
ent or living being. 



<-£-<> ^prata, adj. Old, ancient, vide 
^\j, ^3 pra, pata, s. vide -^^ 
pata. ^.g^vo pratagilu. To be- 
come., old. 

^.t^-gr^sSM pratahkalamu, s. The 
dawn, the morning. 

rZr>jjZ&>z praptamu, ad/. Obtained, 
gained, received, procured. ,-sr* I, 
prapti, s. Gain, profit. 

,Jr>.ae>ogb«>Oj v jJr>, £o?5o§oe» prabalu- 
kulu, praminukulu, s. plu. The 
Vedas. lit. The ancient words. 

^r^a&^S'sSoa pramanikamu, adj. 
Speaking truth. 2. True ; of great 
force, credit, or authority, from. 
^s^rasSw pramanamu, q. v. 

r^j s5w pramu, v. a. To rubj to wash 
a wall. 

^p,«6j6» prayamu, s. Fasting in 

order to die. 2- A state, or condi- 
tion, of life ; as age, youth, adj. 
Like. 

.-> .osS3\ e£s&» prayaschittamu, s. 
Expiation, penance. 

^-.tTo^rsSw prarambhamu, s. vide 
estfo^sSw arambhamu. 

^£p tf£>s6w prarabdhamu, s. Destiny, 
luck', fortune. 

<^2jX# prarthana, s. Asking, begg- 
ing. 2. Prayer, supplication. r&\, 
8o-i& prarthintsa, v. a. To pray, 
or supplicate. 






^ca&fb-Preyasi 33 

■in oo pralu, 5. plu. Bice. 2. vide «> | 
&&ew akshatalu, No. I. And. 2. 

.■Sn>,ex>s£few, .-2H>,er*,ex) pralumaJu 
pralmalu, v. n To be idle, or lazy. 
vide •are»aSr»e» palumalu. 

^-£r> tfs5w prasamu, s. A bearded 
dart. In Telugu prosody, it de- 
notes alliteration. 

, •£-» , ^sSx> prahnamu, s.The forenoon. 

.1) Sew pridi]u, v. %. To grow slack, 

or become loose. 
& os3s5w priyarnu, adj. Dear, belov- 
ed, desired. 2. Dear, or high, in 
price, fbctfcofcso priyudu, 5. A hus- 
band. 

5 ■ 

i © priti, s. Joy, pleasure, delight, 

happiness. 2. Love, affection, re- 
gard. 

£,?& pregu, 5. meZe -£fib pegu. 

o^,^ preta, s. A ghost, goblin, or 
sprite; an evil being, especially an- 
imating the carcases of the dead. 

s5b, J^,s5wg prema, premudi, 5. Af- 






^j^i^j 



fection, kindness, tender regard. 
2. Pleasure, sport, pastime, joy. 



^coSft preyasi, s 



. A wife. 



^£r* a.Prodi 

^ISSoea, ^"^^rasSw prerepana, pre- 
repanamu, s. Sending, directing. 
2. Passion ; or operation of the 
organs of sense. 3. Excitement, 
instigation. ,~&y3 2> c •&, ^j&yssSb 
prerepintsu, preretsu, v. a. To in- 
duce, excite, or instigate. <j£,"6*£ 
§b£& prerepakudu, s. An instiga- 
tor. 

."&,ex> prelu, ?.a. To prattle, or tattle; 
to talk in a silly manner, vide ~£vz 
pelu. 

rf>j$) prevu, s. vide ,%Kb, "3 Kb pre- 
gu, pegu, 

sxo preshya, s. A maid servant. 
-.S&C2& preshyudu,s. A man servant. 

^«,c5b proddu, s. vide &n»e5b poddu. 
^ j ojo^ proyyi, s. wete &-*©*> poyi. 

a 

£r* g' proka, s. A heap, multitude, 
or assemblage. 

,£r$ no proga, 5. »«fe &-*fib poga, 
No. 2. And 3. 

yfrBj •& protsu, v. a. To save, pro- 
tect, support, or preserve. 

<&* & proda, 5. A wise, or skilful, 

person. 
, &* a prodi, s. Beauty. 






sse;s5w-Phaliir.nu 



33-Jt 



woS-Banka 



<j£r« 3$) propu, s. Protection; saving. 
vide ^r^-so protsu. 

i&^jo&ovd proyalu, 6-. A woman. 

^s e» prolu, ,9. A city. &-s ,e>0 8& 
/& proludirugu, 0. w. e;£de £i-g?fc 
uregu, To go in procession about 
a city- This term, in marriage 
ceremonies, is often applied to 
that part of them which consists 
in a fictitious procession round the 
city, represented by some object 
placed in the house. 

<J^3> provu, s. vide ,&*, 76, £r«7fo 
progu, pogu. No. 2. And. 3. 



^ pha, The thirty- seventh letter, 

and twenty second consonant, in 
the Telugu alphabet. 

^i«bp hakiru, s. A fakeer, dervise, 
or religions mendicant. 

%&®, %'£&> phajiti, phajitu, s. Dis- 
grace, ignominy. 

^tfsScr^ooSsfc pharamayasfm, s. Order, 
commission, direction. 2. Pleasure, 
will. ££s£r»©x>©x5b pharamayintsu, 
To give orders ; to appoint, to fix. 

%ir>&&$) pharariavu, v. n. To run 
away ; to desert, or abscond. 

%°j&>* phalamu, s. The fruit of any 
plant ; fruit in general. 2. Fruit, 
(metaphorically) result, produce, 
consequence. 3. Prosperity, nou- 



rishing, thriving. 4. Gain, proiit, 
acquisition. 
%°r°-$r> phalana, s . Such a one. adj. 
Such and such. 

•^oofl-sp phayid&, s. Profit, gain 
advantage, utility. 



|efo"*6 phituri, s. Disturbance? in- 
surrection, rebellion. 2. Any 
secret, deceitful or underhand 
proceeding. 

fjtfok phirangi, s. vide §)tfoft pi- 
rangi. 

§dc&n>& phiriyadu, s. A complaint. 
2. An accusation, or plaint, inlaw. 
f>ao8^a pniriyaeli, A plaintiff, or 
complainant. 

n; 

s> ba, The thirty- eighth letter, and 
twenty third consonant, in the 
Telugu alphabet. 

a o*f banka, s. Gum, glue. 2. Mux, 
or issue, of matter, adj. Viscous, 
glutinous, sticky. 2. Figuratively, 
stingy. i3«k&»cr netturubanka, 
The bloody flux. ziog<£&^ banka- 
mannu, s. Clay. lit. Glutinous 
earth. woS'ex) •$■*/& bankalusagu, 
v, n. To bo pfiimmy., or stie&y. 



o^-Banda 



335 



ao&s&a-Bandamu 



kqX&, aoTv*tfs5c», ^oTT^db bangaru, 
bangaramu, bangaru, s. Gold. adj. 
Golden. so o -**&&«& bangaruniru, 
Gold leaf. lit. Gold water. z>otv> 
ebsgre^ bangaraputa, s. Gilding. 
ao7r»&^&bangarukaddi, An ingot 
of gold. ^oT^&^§bex3 bangarure- 
kulu, Plates, or flat pieces, of 
gold. 

83o-7r»bb5"5?ewbangarutigelu, s* A spe- 
cies of pady. lit. Gold-vines. 
«o5\ bangi, s. The bang, or ganjali, 

plant ; a species of hemp, Cana- 
bis sativa. 

soofeS banti, adv. As high as ; up to- 
It is applied with relation to 
depth only ; as -s»ae>»ofe5frab mola- 
bantiniru, Water, as high as the 
waist. 

■&ckx> bantu, s. A hero, or warrior. 
2. A loot soldier. 3. A peon ; the 
lowest civil officer. 4. At chess, 
a pawn. »o&»£j£sfce bantutanamu, 
s. Heroism, bravery. 

aoiF^j banirautu, s. A trooper or 
horse soldier ; but now generally 
applied to a peon, vide sdo&jo ban- 
tu, No. 3. 

» o£ banda, s. A vock or vast stone. 

2. A pestle without a ferrule, adj, 
Worn out. 2. Opprobrious, obs- 
cene- 3. Cruel. aofiisr»o£sb ban- 



davandlu, s. A certain class of 
people, who beg with a stone in 
their hands ; threatening to beat 
themselves, with it, if alms are 
not given. 

25o&&sg) baucjaruvu, s. A bag of 
money. 

K>o2s3Se>*Saa, aoir , eJs5» bandavalamu, 
banclalamn, s. Stock, capital, fun- 
ds, money. 2. The true extent of 
one's property, or ability. 

2aoTS^&2>i5b.\S' bandarupitstsuka, s. A 
gallinule. 

«o& bandi, s. Any wheeled conve- 
yance ; a carriage, a cart, &c. 2. 

A wheel. ao^K Safeo bandi-mo- 

o 
ggaramu, An army arranged in. 
the form of a wheel. »o&aco«»;& 
bandiyirrusu, s. An axle-tree. 200 
SaSfr- bandirikka, *, The fourth 
of the lunar mansions, from it's 
form, like a cart, or wain. aoSS'oo 
bandikallu, The wheel of any 
conveyance. Stone wheels are 
common in many parts of India. 

ao© banti, s. A ball made of flow- 
ers, or cloth. 

k>o& banti, s. A row, line, or rank. 
^&25o© eiabanti, A string, or row, 
of bullocks. 

25ces^-» bandamu, s. A cord, or rope, 
used to tie together the two legs 
of any animal, to prevent it's 



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23 230 & -Bajantri 



escape. 2. The rope used by the 
drawers of toddy, to keep their 
feet together, in climbing high 
palm trees. 

23otf<y*»o bandalamu, s* A pot, with 
a wide mouth. 

sooa bandi, s. Imprisonment, con- 
finement. 2. A captive. aofiT 9 ^) 
bandikadu, s. One of a gang of 
robbers. 2. A prisoner, or captive* 
'aofi^to bandipotu, 8. An incur- 
sion of robbers. 

2oo<& bandu, s. A hinge. 2. A spe- 
cies of bird. 3. Restraint, confine- 
ment. 4. Stopping, terminating, 
concluding. 

aoaaS'^ bandu kattu, s. Conspiracy, 
league, cabal, plot? plan, scheme- 
so o^fcar* ssb bandukattukonu, v n. 
eo 

To conspire, cabal, form a party, 
or be leagued together. 

&)©ab7fo&3 bandugudu, s. vide ^o#o$ 
bandhuvu. 

ae"3 bande, s. Imprisonment, con- 
finement. 2. A fine for a trespass 
by cattle- 

aofir^roo banclobastu, s. Arrange- 
ment, settlement, regulation, ma- 
nagement. 

2ooe^xx*> bandhakamu, s. Binding, 
confinement. 2. Engagement. 3. 
Servitude. tfo-£p=tf zooms' &» samsa- 

rabandhakamn, The yoke of mar- 
riage. 



wo^ bandhana,s. Paste, gum, glue; 

any thing sticky, adj. Viscous, 

glutinous. 
£>o£tf;6oo bandhanamu, s- Binding, 

tying, imprisoning, confining. 
£>o£tf*> bandhamu, s, A binding, tie' 

or fetter, ^o^oi&bandhintsu, v. a. 

To tie, bind, or tighten, v. n, To 

be bound, or stopped, as urine, &c. 

wo^o^b bandhudu, s> vide ^o^^j 
bandhuvu. 

ao$35g>, aoJ^bsg^b bandhuvu, bandhu 
vuclu, s. A kinsman, or relation ; 
but especially a distant or cogna- 
te kinsman, and subsequent in 
right of inheritance to the Saho- 
tara.£>o#3#os5c» bandhutwamu,Be- 
lationship, affinity. 

z>%ts*q bakadari,s.A dove, or pigeon. 

aS'k-bakka, adj. Thin, lean, meagre. 

a* baggi, s. Ashes, dust. 

softoocl baggundi, s. A red powder, 
which the Hindoos throw at each 
other, during the Holi feast. 

*o-i$b\, £>-&>\-sjt£&> batstsu, batstsuva- 
duy 8. A banker, money-changer, 
or shroff. 

a ^* bach chena,s. Paint, cpldxir.adj. 
I Painted, a^tfgs^sfcjbachclienabo- 
| mma, A painted doll, or puppet. 
I aao^ew bajantrilu, ,v. flu. Musical 
! instruments. 2. Musicians. 



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i&Sc-Batuku 



E32r > &a5 badzarru, s. A range of shops; 

a bazaar. 
W2§©, wish bajiti, bajitu, s. vide 

%£® phajiti. 
&£ bajji, s. A dish made of brinjal, 

the eg& plant, or solanum melon- 

gena. 
85*j^»fee» bataniln, s. plu. Peas, Pi- 
sum sativum. 
£>kr»-£p>?w batasalu, s. plu. A sort of 

baked cake- 
«&>$ batuvu, adj. Round, circular, 

spherical, s. A circle, or sphere. 2. 

A plain gold hoop ring. 

£>& batta, s- Cloth. 2. Clothes, adj. 
Bald. ®&r>c& battavu, A cow spot- 
ted white. 

3ik>»o»e» battabayilu, s. An open 
plain ; a champaign country, ac?;. 
Clear, open, evident. K>to»©»e>j# 
battabayilavu, v. n. To be dis- 
covered, or disclosed. 

2:^>»&3-5r»j£b,23,<Lr* J g? s battu-battuva- 
du, batradzu, s. A bard; a chaunt- 
er of praise, and titles. 

»fes>-rc»2& battugadu, s. The bird ter- 
med, in India, the myna. 

a2s^^s5M, aSs^T's^^rfoo badabana- 
lamu, badabamukbamu, s. Sub- 
marine fire. 2- A being consisting 
of flame, but with a mare's head, 
sprung from the thighs of Oorva, 
and who was received by the 
ocean. 



£)2s$x>, ^&ex>32& badalu, badalupadu, 
v.a.To be fatigued, tired, weari- 
ed, or harassed. n&8£ badalika, 
s. Fatigue, tiresomeness. s>e£8o\fc 
badaiintsu, v. a. To fatigue, &c. 
»eSD§'6a5bs-r B ?5& badalikadirtsuko- 
nu, To rest one's self. 

2)"Cs*6»0} K>TT , oocn> bad ay i, badayf, 5. 
Pride, arrogance, ostentation. 

»& badi, 8. A school, ady. As much ? 
used in composition only; thus. 
gj»\S ibbadi, Twice as much. 
s5ao^\S mubbadi, Thrice as much. 

»&1, a&oaS badite, badiya, s. A 
large thick stick. 

w&£><% badibadi, acZu. Repeatedly; 
one after another- 

a&c*&> badiyu, v. a- To perform any r 
ceremony, in order to obviate, or 
prevent, bad effects from an evil 
eye. This is done generally, by 
mixing turmerick and fine lime 
in water, placing the whole in an 
open vessel, and moving it, with 
a circular motion, all over the head 
and body. 

k>on a£» bannamu, s. A heap, or qu- 
antity, of new brass pots. 

w 8 sir- so batimalu, v. a. To pray, sup- 
plicate, beg, or importune. 

20&>§o batuku, v. til To live, or sub- 
sist, viae a s&go bratuku, s. Sub- 
sistence, mode of life, trade, or 
profession. 

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loxoo-Bayilu 



a «£?>r battalika, s, A quiver. 

V)&>!$o battudu, s. A worshipper, a 

servant. 
23 H3600 battemu, 5. Batta, a daily al. 

lowance in money, or food, for 
subsistence. 

£>a>75-°j», £>Ser°sx> badanami, badal£- 
mi, 5. Infamy, disgrace. 2. Blame, 
defamation. 

v&'Dd badulu, 5. Exchange, substitu- 
tion, stead, lieu, retaliation, adj. 
Substituted, exchanged. 2. Other. 
adv. In lieu ; In exchange. si&>e» 
sg> ^s5m baduluvuttaramu, A ver- 
bal or written answer. £)&e»s£r<.&> 
badulumata, A verbal reply. 2. A 
contradiction- z> &er* o»o •&>,&) a ©o-ifo 
badalayintsu, badilintsu, v. a. To 
change, exchange, or substitute- 

2)8 badda, s. A slit, split, or opening. 
2. Apiece, or slice. 3. Split pulse.4. 
Split wood. £)#«;£) baddalavu, To 
be broken to pieces. 

25 253* 1600 baddakamu, s. Laziness, in- 
dolence. 

^so-iSb baddintsu, v. a. To re-mea- 
sure. 

20^), wtfbtf baddu, baddura, s. A lie, 
or falsehood, ac?/. False- 

«"3 badde, 5. The end, or selvage, 



of a web. 



w & *6c» badrama, .5. ficfe s- tf^&x 
bhadramu, 



£>s^j6m bannamu, *. Interruption 
prevention. 2. Fraud. 3. Disgrace, 
dishonor. 4. Evil, misfortune, bad 
treatment. 

s^tftf s5oa bannasaramu, s. A neck- 
lace, of coral and gold beads, alt- 
ernately. 

w^9ex> bammarillu, v. n. To be 
confused, or confounded. 

£>ooo&> bayita> adv. This is the in- 
flected irregular ablative oi kooo 
&o bayiiu, q. v.. And it deuotes- 
Out, outside, abroad. £)coofeo$oe& 
bayitavundu, lit. To be out- To 
be menstruous; because Hindoo 
females, in that state, are deemed 
unclean, and are removed from 
the usual dwelling part of the 
house* »©»&>&*$ bayitapovu, To 
go out ; to go abroad. Ka»b>~£cs&> 
bayitaveyu, To disclose, or reveal. 
£>oco£d£>2& bayitabadu, v. n. To be- 
disclosed ; to become public. 

aooofeS bayiti, adj. Outer, outside, 
exterior. 2. Strange, foreign. 

s3cwtf^tfoS(» bayiravasamu» s. ride 
ooKx TS^&o aD g avas tramu. 

£>cw>ex> bayiiu, s. Making in the in- 
flex. Sing. £>ooofe§ bayiti, A plain, 
an open field, an empty space of 
ground. 2. An esplanade. 3. The 
outside, the exterior, 4. The air, 



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£>&;s5iM-BaIamu 



or atmosphere. 5. Publicity, adj. 
Clear, evident. »ooeews«6 , »a»g»- 
"^&, "^ew bayiluvellu, bayilu-de- 
ru, delu, v. n. To go abroad, to 
go out. 2. To set off, or start. 3. 
To be shed. aoooex^fcs-Sb bayilupa- 

rratsu, To make known ; to reve- 
al, or disclose. »oo«ex>;s£b bayilupa- 
du, To be discovered, or disclosed. 
£>aoofc3§s$-*sj$) bayitikipovu, To go 
out, to aDSwer the calls of nature. 

atf S'A* barakamu, 5. A load, or bale, 
of cotton. . 

»ff&> baradu, s. The bark of the 
tamarind tree, &c. 

nti&tiQ baratarapu, adj. Discharged, 
dismissed, eStf^^oofo taraphuche- 
yu, To dismiss. 

»£;S4yie» barapatalu, 5. A sort of 
grain. 

&tf tfr» barama, s. An auger •, an in- 
strument with which carpenters 
bore holes. 

2o-cr»^85aa baratamu, s. An assign- 
ment ; a written order. 

»tj^«8 barabari, s. Equality. 2. 
Good order, or arrangement, adj. 
Right, just, proper. 

»8 bari, s. A school. 2. The side. 3. 
A line or boundary, adj. Bare, 
naked. 

?o8S~Io barikatte, s. A spear without 
point, 



«8""§ barike, s. A small stick, or 

bough. 
s»e£> barichi, s. A spear. 
£)5£§ barine, s. A small box, 
»8l barisi, s. vide a e-£> barichi^ 
£>&Sb baruku, v. a. To scratch ; to 

lacerate. 
w&2»ex>barudzulu, s. plu. Small 

tinkliug bells. 
atfbtftfsfoa baruvasamu, s. Confidence. 

courage, vide ^rtftftfsSx* bharava- 

samu. 
a«btf> baravu, 5. And. adj- vide a,ex> 

^ baluvu. 
®&& barusu, s. Roughness. 2. Rude- 
ness, adj. Rough, coarse. 2. Rude' 

brutal, brusque. 

sTfe barre, s. A female buffalo. 

exyXsSw balagamu, s. A number, or 
company, of relations, or kinsmen. 

ae>£sko balapamu, s. The soft white 
clay substance, or crayon, like 
slate pencil, used in writing upon 
a black board, &c. 

«e>sfc» balamu, s. Strength, might, 
force. 2. Power, virtue, influence. 
3. An army, forces. 4. Rigour, 
severity, adj. Strong, powerful, 
stout, robust. 2. Efficacious. iTsk 
tfoXa>e><6»3 chaturangabalamu, The 
four kinds of Indian forces, viz. 



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aatf-Bavira 



Infantry, chariots, elephants and 
horses, hence tftftfoXaoska tsada- 
rangabalamu? Chessmen. 

wSbali, 5. A king and Daitya. % Tax, 
royal revenue. 3. An oblation, a 
victim, a religious offering in 
general. 4. Presentation of food, 
&c. To all created beings ; one of 
the five great sacraments of the 
Hindoo religion. 5. The sacrifice 
of an animal, or raw flesh, to the 
goddess Durga. 6. Fragments of 
food, left at an oblation, or meal. 

2}£>^st'&, v>~psr>&> balijevaru, balje- 
varu, s. flu. A very numerous 
caste, among the Sudras of Telin- 
gana. The Balaja caste wS'^QS'ska 
balijerikamu, The profession of 
that caste. 

sjS&> balimi, s. Strength, power, 
force. 

«2)otf» baliyu, v. n. To become cor- 
pulent ; to grow fat, big, or thick. 
2. To increase, multiply, or be 
augmented. w?)§)0-& balipintsu, v. 

#. To fatten, or strengthen. »ew&> 
r*(& balusukonu, v. Comp. To 
grow of itself fat, big, or thick. 

w€» bain, adj. Much, great, exceed- 
• ing, very. 2. Mortal. 

^efcXb&e* 5 baluguttulu, s. plu. A sort 
of paddy. 

» : eN>$ balupu, s. Bigness, corpulence. 



wewsS baluvidi, adv. Much, excessi- 
ve. 2. Impetuously, vehemently. 3. 
Severely, strongly. 

'»e»5$, s>%6j£ baluvu, baluvu, s. 
Weight. 2. A load, or burden. 3. 
A charge, or obligatory duty ; 
onus. 4. Oppression, or heaviness, 
in sickness. 5. Importance, conse- 
quence. 6. Difficulty, adj. Heavy, 
onerous. 2. Obligatory. 3. Indis- 
posed. 4. Important. 5. Difficult. 
6. Acute, severe. 

&ex>a£2& baluvudu, s. A strong, vigo* 

rous, powerful, or rich, man. 
a "3 bale, inter]* Look ! lo ! behold ! 

»ef"*tfxo& balodbandi, s. Force, vio- 
lence. 

» e> balla, s. A plank, or board. 2. A 
table. 3. A disease of the stomach* 
v<D$F>&fo ballaporugu, A table 

drawer. 

25 e) balli, s. The house lizard : often 
consulted as ominous. 

a^sfcsk ballibudu, s. A vigorous, or 
strong, man. 

a^csasko, «^s5m balliyamu, ballemu, 
s. A spear. 

»?"•» »$ bala, ball, inter j. Expres- 
sive of approbation. Bravo ! <fcc 

a) ff balla, 5. vide goods' *fc» kuntsamu, 

sitfooxSoo bavantamu, 5. Deceit. 

ttsstfa&a bavaramu, 5. Battle, war. 

»&tfex> baviralu, 5. ^Zm. Ornaments 
worn from the tip of the ear. 



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sj8& bavisi, s. Honor. 2. Splendour, 
eclat. 3. Estimation in public opi- 
nion. 4. Bank, condition, state. 5. 
Modesty, shame. 

oSS basa, s. A house ; a temporary 
abode, a lodgiDg. atf-^ctfo, "^&> 
r*& basa-cheyu, chesukonu, To 
lodge, or dwell. 

k$s$&>, vTSsstf^ basavadu, basavan- 
na, s. A sacred bull. 

a8>a basivi, s. A female dedicated to 
Siva, whose profession is prosti- 
tution. 

£)&)s5b«6fc> basnmamu, s. Ashes* 

wfr* basta, s. A bale of goods. 

a i basti, a$. A population, a vil- 
lage- Populous. 

£)s^>^ bah ana, 5. Pretence, pretext, 
excuse, contrivance, evasion. 

»Sr*tfoXsfc3^d3k bahirangamucheyu, 
v. a. To make known, or public. 

^Sjto bahu, adj. Much, numerous, 

many: 2. Very large, great. 3. Se- 
vere, violent. 

E)S7T»s£r-tf tfx> bahumanamu, s. A gift 
by a superior to an inferior. % Re- 
compense, reward. 3. Honor, adj. 
Honorable ; in public estimation ; 
creditable, respectable. 

25^0^8503 bahu lama, s. The dark 

lunar fortnight; that of the moon's 
decrease, adj. Much, or many. 



sosjToss-tftfsSM bahuvachanamu, s. In 
grammar, The plural number. 

^stto^S, atfoa^bahusah, bahusa,a<fo. 
Often ; in many ways • for the 
most part. 

^oi&tfbanduva, 5. An earthen pot.. 

tp®$$&> bandhavudu, s. A relation 
or kinsman. 

■^o^sfgsSw bandhavyamu, s. Affinity, 
relationship, alliance. 

•sp-5"» baka, s. A large trumpet, such 
as is used at Hindoo festivals. 

tp§, Tpi baki, baki, s . The residue, 
the remainder. 2. Balance ; ar- 
rears, adj. Remaining. 2. Wide. 
"ET , §*^r»?5b bakinoru, A wide mouth* 
?j*I$o2& bakfvunda, To be in 
debt; to owe a balance, -Er>§|$&* 

bakitlrtsu, To liquidate, or clear, 
a balance, or debt. 

23^go baku, s. A short dagger, 

poignard, or creese. 
■cXsfcaex) bagamulu, s. phc. Cut 

areca nuts. 
■£T"7r> bag4 adv. Well, properly, 

rightly ; in good, or sound, order, 

or repair. 2. In good healtji. adj. 

Handsome, beautiful. 

^prtb bagu, s. Good, or sound, state, 
or condition. 2. Beauty. 3. Health. 
adj. Good, proper, well, sound, 2. 



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342 



st $c sSx-Badhyamu 



Handsome. 3. Healthy, "spfo^cflk 
bagucheyu, v. a. To mend, or 
repair. 2. To cure. s5b-°, <&&e-ys>fo 
m&, maha-bagu, adv. Very good; 
very well ; yes. 

W2T baja, s. Music ; musical per- 
formance. 

^2T°69obadzarru,s. A bazar, or range 

of shops- ^r , 8r , &£»$)2otf> badzarm- 
khabaru, The rumour, or common 
talk, of the day. 

"ST'to b&ta, 5. A road, way, or path. 
?y&>-Zr°Q batasari, s. A traveller. 

ir&x badava, s. A common sewer, 
for conveying filth out of a town. 

TgrSir b£dige, s. Hire, rent. 

^S^-^rSI, *r° ca'J^^ b£dise-ba"di- 
te, badasuvu, s. A hatchet, or axe. 

■set" "3 bade, s- Mud, mire. 

•&>&&* banamu, s. An arrow. 2. A 
Firework. ^"S^tf^rasSw akasaba- 
namu, A sky rocket. -^rasStw*^ 
g&Ko bartamutodugu, To fix, or 
place, an arrow in the bow. wn 
sSajpSofcn^ook banamu pray ogintsu, 
To shoot an arrow. ■wcasSsa"^^^ 
banamukalutsu, To fire sky rock- 
ets, .or other fireworks. 

-spwS banafi, s. Making in the in- 
flex. Sing. 

TTrafeS bariati, A kitchen utensil, of | 
iron or pm$s, used as a frying pan, 



"spwrw ban£karra, s. An iron 
mounted mace, or heavy stick. 

•ep8 bati, adj. Great, large. 2. De- 
sired, wished for. 3. Regretted. 

^r"&> batu, §. A duck. 

^ tf o-isr^cua badankaya, s. An almond. 

•2r>ab Mdu, v. a. To beat, flog, or 
chastise, s. Fees in grain, paid to 
the village servants, before the 
division of the crop. 

•%r$ badha, s. Pain, trouble, afflic- 
tion, torment, torture. 2. Oppo- 
sition, contradiction, -sr^o-tfc ba- 
dhintsu, v. a- To torment, annoy, 
or cause pain: 

^t^sSm badhakamu, s. Any thing 
opposing, impeding, or causing 
difficulty-, any argument, cr fact, 
which can be urged in refutation, 
or in contradiction of another $ 
inconvenience, annoyance. 2. In 
grammar, an exception from the 
general rule. 

•&»$?& badhyata, s. vide -sptfetfa b&« 

dhyamu. 
■3j*#os5m badhyamu, s. Relationship, 
2. An obligatory duty. 3. A right, 
or claim to possession, adj. Re- 
lated to. 2. Incumbent on. 3. 
Having a right, or claim. tj»#^ss 
2& badhyapadu, v. n. To be obli- 
ged, or under obligation to an- 
other. ^°$fc*£fcp-i& baclhyaparratsu, 
v. a. To oblige, or place another 
under obligation. 



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•wtf bana, s. A large earthen pot, 
much used by washermen, 

•epS"^ banise, s. A maid servant, or 
female slave. 

t^a^b bapadu, s. A brahman. 

^y£tf bapana, acZ/. Of or belonging 
to brahmans. TJ"£tf-5r»2& bapana- 
vadu, A brahman.-5T'^^^--^^^g*j r -, 
-srsS^a bapanata-rbapanakka, ba- 
panadi, s. A bralimani woman. 

•ww b&ba, s. A horse, ww^^ 
babarautu, Kubera, the god of ri 
ches, whose steed is the horse. 

Wix> babu, s, A father. 2. A point, 
matter, subject, or item. 

•EPsfco bamu, s. Embarrassment} en- 
tanglement. 2. Birth, production. 

•&*$ bara, s. A fathom ; the measure 
from the tip of the middle finger 
of one hand, to that of the other, 
with both arms stretched to their 
full extent, adj. Twelve. &§o"sr>S 
3-*&>r*;& ekubara posukonu, To 
spin threads. 

•sp$s^& barakadi, 5. A yoke in 

which untrained animals are pla- 
ced, with those already trained. 

■^tf^e) barasala. s- The ceremony, 

of naming a child. 
^-cr»a baradi, adj. Much, many, 
■s^a ban", s. Annoyance, trouble. 2. 

The front of an enemv. 3. The 



inclined pit near a deep well, 
down which bullocks are driven, 
to raise the water, by a pulley. 

"5T'3tfifct5& barisamaru, v. a. To kill. 

•3P& baru, 5. A line, row, rank, or 
range. 2. An army. 3. The evo- 
lution, or exercise, of troops. Tr«b 
"sr»o2& baruvandlu, s. Infantry, 
•^bb^csoo barucheyu, To load, as 
a gun, &c. 

TSP&^cg), ^ptf^sg) Mrutsapu, bara- 
tsapu, 5. Long cloth ; a technical 
term, applied in India to a parti- 
cular kind of cotton cloth, woven 
in long webs. 

•sy&ss baruva, s. A candy, the 

greatest Telugu weight, equal to 
about 500-lb. Avoir. 

w& bala, adj. Young, tender. 2. 
Puerile, childish. 3. Foolish, s. 
A woman. 2. A girl under eight 
years of age. ^pej&aSb balakudu, 
s. A boy, or infant. 2. A fool- 

W&0&-UVOO balintaralu, s. A woman 
in child bed. 

•spDr bafika, s. A girl, under eight 
years of age. 

■w°Jd&> baludu, s. A boy, under 
eight years of age. 

^r»e>ctfs» balyamu, s. Childhood, in- 
fancy. 

trV bali, s. Sorrow j grief, anxiety. 



•^sffifa-Bahafa 



3M 



S)o*3-Binde 



^yss bava> s. The son of a mother's 
brother, or of a father's sister, if 
older than one's self. 2. A man's 
brother in law, if older than one's- 
self. 3. A woman's brother inlaw, 
if older than her husband, vide 
s&esa, ^tfsSbQa marradi, bavama- 

ridi, A man's brother in law, 
either older, or younger, than 
himself. 

■33*3 bavi, s. A well. 

■3T , 2)e)?r > ex>&> baviligolusu, s. A gold 

chain, suspended as an ornament 
from the tip of the ear. It is worn 
by men only. 

■«3*S§ex> bavililu, s. plu. Ornaments 
worn by female Hindoos, on the 
tip of the ear. 

•3T$, TP$r"tf> bavu, bavukonu, v; a. 

To eat by large handfuls. 
^$&ib^ bavurupilli, s. A male cat. 
•ET^eosfca^oiSb bavurumanivundu,?. 

n. To be solitary, or deserted. 
■sr'Sx^ska bashpamu, 5. A tear. 2. 

Bheum. ejtfotf-sr'^^ew ananda- 

bashpamulu, Tears of joy. 
a^tf basa, s. A word. 2. An oath. 3. 

A language. 
■zprSko basata, s. Assistance, help, aid. 
■ET'tf-sr-ew basavalu, s. A penitent. 2. 

A deity. 
^sHfeosSoo bahatamu, s. Notoriety. 2. 

Loudness in readme;. 



^r»2rotfs5*> bahiramu, s. The outside* 
w$y*ti$r*%) bahirapovu, To faintr 
or swoon. 

■epstto, ■w^w^ bahu, bahuvu, s. The 
arm- w&k>22>&> bahujudu, A che- 
triya, or one of the Raja or second 
pure Hindoo caste ; as produced 
from the arms of Bramha. ■et , s£w 
:$a bahupuri, s. Ornaments for 
the arm, vide ^oX&sfca, w&K>$xn> 
w?6m angadamu, bahumulamu, s. 

The armpit. ■sr^TxDS&tfsS*) bahu- 

9 
yuddhamu, Close fight, personal 

struggle, boxing, wrestling. 

•sr>s$Toe>s5o3 bahulamu, s. vide -s-°Ss- 
g-s&> kartikamu. 

■^rs^os^ bahyamu, adj. External, 
outer, outward. 2. Public, notori- 
ous. 

SoS's&a, £>o~3sft» binkamu, binkemu, 
s. Pride, presumption, arrogance. 
2. Boasting, vaunting. 3. Ostenta- 
tion, a o Issuer* 2& binkemuladu, 
To vaunt, boast, or presume. 

£)otfbsg) binduvu, s. A drop. 2. Semen 
virile (modest). 3. The letter o. 
S)oQoak bindintsu, To fall in 
drops, as rain. 

So "3 binde, 5. A metal water-pot, 
generally of brass or copper, but 
sometimes also of silver or gold. 



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• abbb-Birudti 



Sowsko bimbamu, s. The disk of the 
sun, or moon. 2. Form, shape, or 
figure. 3. A reflected or represen- 
ted form ; A shadow. 

2)-g-*a bikari, adj. Very indigent, or 
poor. 2. Lean from disease. 

£)§#$&» bikiramu, s. Alms. 2. Begg- 
ing. 

g)5\, £)>&)$ bigi, biguvu, s. Tightness, 
tension. 2. Pride, arrogance. 3. 
Bigidity, austerity, adj. Tight. 2. 
Proud, arrogant. 3* Rigid, austere, 
rigorous. Oftcafo bigiyu, v. n. To 

be tight. 2. To cease, or termi- 
nate. 3. To be proud, or arrogant. 
OAooSb, £>5\owo3b bigintsu, bigiyin- 
tsu, v. a. To tighten, or fasten. 
2. To stop. DKsitoa bigabattu, v. a. 
To draw, or hold in, as the breath ; 
to restrain any passion, or emo- 
tion ; to detain ; to withhold. 

OKo&> bigutti, s. Tightness, tension. 

adj. Tight. 

OKtf-O^T^, S)T? biggara, biggira 
o . . . o o 

bigge, adv. Aloud. Sft^j*3£n&n»2& 

biggiramatladu> To vociferate. 

,S)-i3\8S» bitstsamu, s. Alms. 0-ss\7h2&> 
bitstsagadu, A beggar. 0%5\"3o§ 
r°^> bitstsamettukonu, To beg 
alms. 0-^\s&>o"^fc>D bitstsamnpettu, , 
To give alms. 



£)ko bittu, s. Excess. 2. Firmness. 

eo • * 
«di>. Much, exceedingly, severely. 

£)&x>fir*tf;fo birtucloragn, v. n. To die, 

or expire. 

©T^cwoo-Efo bidayintsu, p. a. To en- 
close in an envelope- 

£)Ta^tfs&3, £)ts<»«» bidaramu, bidarru, 
s. A herd of loaded cattle. 2. A 
heap of the loads of cattle. 

S&obSsSm bidiyamu,*. Modesty ,shame 

%Zh$> biduvu, adj. Empty. 2- Free, 
unengaged, s. Leisure. 

&& bidda, s. A child, offspring- 

g> £8 bittari, s. vide n^r^ praudha. 

25b biddu, tf. ?i. To drop through a 
hole, in a pot. 2. To die. 

€5s5b k> bimmata, s. Sorrow, grief, per- 
turbation. 

Qotfcska biyyamu, s. Bice ; paddy 
deprived of its husk. 

Otf ta* birada, s. A peg, or screw ; 
especially such as tighten the 
strings of musical instruments, or 
are used as corks, to fasten bot- 
tles. 

OQiew birikilu, s. plu. A necklace, 
worn by Hindoo females. 

O&ab birudu, 5. A brave man : a 

hero. 2.Any honorary distinction 

as a star, garter, ribbon, medal, 

standard; &c , conferred for eniin- 

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itpgy-Bir^dzu 



ent services of any kind. &&"&*£%> 
birudavali, s. The heading, or ad- 
dress, of a letter, in correspond- 
ence. 

a&sa&s-a^tf, OeJtf birrabirra- birra, 
na, birrina, adv. With great haste; 
quickly. 

&&9o&> birrusu, s. Hardness, firmness. 
2. Roughness, adj. Hard, firm- 
2. Bough. 

0«»^sx) birrusulu, 5. plu. A species 
of fire -work. 

£)&£» birru, 5. Hardness. 2. Haste, 
speed. 3. A large piece of wood, 
especially when used to shut a 
door. ©«©*«&> birrabigiyu, v. n. 
To be in a hasty passion. 2. To 
cease entirely. 3. To be excee- 
dingly tight. 

£)e>s5<» bilamu, 5. A hole, chasm, or 
vacuity. 2. A cave, or cavern. 

'aex^sfc-^r- bilukumartsu, v. a. To 
kill? or assassinate. 

Ooo^_6£» bilkurru, v. n. To be suff- 
ocated, vide &>k> goe&tfj udduku- 
dutsu. 

©o oJT 6 ^ billamgodu, s. A small 
stick, used in play. 

s. The tree gene- 



>e;qs*» bilvamu, 



rally termed the Bel. iEgle mar 
melos. 



S^ billa, s. Any thing made in a 
round, or flat, form ; as a tile, 
a peon's badge. 2. A bump or 
swelling. 

£)# bisa, s. The internal spring, or 
machinery, which gives motion 
to a watch, an automaton, &c. 

£)& bisi, s. The cross stick at a door, 
&c. , by which blinds or tats are 
fastened. 

£)&<s-*«$ bisivovu, v. n. To be dis- 
located. 

h 

tXi&to bigamu, s. A lock. 2. A key- 

£>&"? bitike, s. A chink, crack, or 
opening. 

6fe3~3wcflco bitikebayu, v.n. To crack. 

&& bfdu, s. Making in the infiex. 
Sing. $)& biti, And in the nam 
plw. 6& billu, Waste or un. 

4 (V) 

cultivated land. adj. Base, low. 
£)& bitu, s. Fear. 

&x bida, ad/\ Poor, needy. 2. 
Pitiable, piteous, s. A poor per- 
son. bzs&#&* bidatanamu s. Pov- 
erty. 

£)tf«6a> biramu, s. Heroism, fortitude, 
bravery. 2. Ostentation. '6. Va- 
unting, boasting. 

£)tp2» biradzu, v. a. To amass ; to 
collect in a heap. 



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»>aJBuddhi 



6eaa blrru, adj. Excessive ; as htso 
& birrenda, Excessive beat. 

l)ftso ~^pj£ birriivovu, v. n. To be 
disgraced, spoiled, or ruined. 

fcttoX" bunga, s. A long deep basket, 
of wicker work. 2. Half a bul- 
lock load ; as applied to jaggory 
and simi]ar substances. 3. A pot 
with a narrow mouth; 

ttoT'k-. bukka, 5. An aromatic 
powder. •aa'T i r .sr»!h bukkavadu, 
s. A man who deals in, or makes, 
this powder. 

«>Kfisx> bugadalu, s. plu. Ornaments 
worn on the tip of the ear by- 
Hindoo females. 

zw£ bugga, s. The cheek ; the inside 
of the cheek. 2. A bubble of 
water. 3. A spring of water. 4. 
The source of a river, fee. 

2X>ft bugo-f s . Cinder, ashes, dust. 

2^23 sfoa budzamn, s. The shoulder. 

$x>23 5\o-& budzdzagintsu, v. a. To 

caress, or fondle. 2. To cajole, or 
wheedle. 

zxifco butta, s. A basket of wicker 

work. 
2X>"cr»^ budaln, s. The place where 

the top of the ear joins the head. 



2»S"7C budige, s. Half of a bullock 
load ; as applied to that only 
which consists of two large lea- 
thern jars, or bottles. 

i^&oi budipi, s. The swelling from 
a blow. 2. Knots, or joints, in a 
cane. 

woS^wS§o y*r»o2lb, sM&aaS&Sb o«t°o25o 
budibudikkulavandlu, budibudu- 
kkulavandlu, 5. A certain class 
of Siidras, who dress themselves 
fantastically, in many old clothes, 
and profess fortune telling ; they 
beat a small drum, of the noise of 
which this word is an imitation. 

wo£be£ buduta, s. A child. £»£&?£ 2& 
budutadu, s. A male child. 

■zto&z&od budumaln, s. A particular 
sort of paddy. 

sx>2£ budda, s. The disease termed 
the rupture. 2. A bubble of water. 
adj. Ruptured. «o£Aook budda- 

gintsu, v. n. To be swelled. s&»$) 
sSooaa^^o-tSbr ^ mukhamubudda- 
gintsukonu, The face to be swel- 
led. 

vto£&vx>& buddapunudu, s. A tick, 
infesting animals. 

sag buddi, s. A pot, with small 
mouth. 2* A bottle. 

smS , ao® buddhi, buddi, s. Intellect 
sense, understanding. 2. Know- 
ledge, wisdom. <3. Advice, admo- 



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i^Ktf-Bugara 



nition, reprimand. 4. Inclination, 
wish, disposition. 5. Thought, 
zooa^ss^buddhicheppu, To admo- 
nish, exhort, or advise. 2. To 
reprimand, or chastise. £>o&ir°tf# 
buddhihinata, .5. Stupidity. «oS 
Hi5b\r*;6 buddhitetsfcsnkonu, To 
come of one's-self to one's senses. 
wjQc&tfcrtb buddhiyerugu, To have 
the use of one's reason. 2. To 
reach the age of puberty. zxs&z&o 
e£s&» buddhimantatnu, adj. Wise, 
sensible, clever. ® t sb&zx&!r>& idi- 
nikubuddhigada, This is not pro- 
per in you. 

s»!$-x«j6!» budbudamu, s. A bubble. 

«o#>J&> tt>&<&> budhudu, bududu, 
5. The planet Mercury. vx>$?r>tf 
s&>, ^oJSb-sn^sSw budhavaramu, bu- 
duvaramu, Wednesday. 

£»tf-r° buraka, 5. A covering ; a veil. 

wotfsS o^b burariintsu, v. «. To dis- 
regard, or slight. 2. To transgress 
an order. 

«o3b&5 a»tftf baruda, burada, 5. Mud, 
mire, E »ab8S'&>, burudakammj, 

— o 

The plank in the ground, across 
the threshold. aot&tfKboto buruda- 
gunta, A puddle, m&ti&^ij-. buru- 
dadukki, Ploughed and irrigated 
ground, ready for the seed. 



sweasss 3 burrudzti, s. A bastion. 

2do« burra, s. A nut, or shell ; gene- 
rally applied to the nut of a fruit, 
such as the cocoanut, &c, after 
the inner substance has been 
scooped out. ttowafoo&i^ burramu- 
kku, The nose with open nostrils. 

2Doer*l bulaki, 5. A nose ring. 

waDooSo buliyu, v. n. To rejoice in 
expectation of any thing, txvo^) 
bulupu, s. Rejoicing in expecta- 
tion of any thing. 

wossq buvva, s. Food, victuals, boil- 
ed rice, tt^&s&t&buvvakudupu, 
s. The ceremony of feeding a 
child for the first time. 

wtfpoao8j s^e^tfqatoo buvvambanti, 
haribuvvamu, s. A peculiar cere- 
mony, performed on the fourth 
night of the marriage. 

«o^ busa, s. In theatrical language 
only, A younger sister. 

^tf busa, s. Hissing ; the noise of 
serpents. woS^&o, ooSzooSe^Jk bu- 
sakottu, busabusaladu, To hiss. 

ix>& busi, s. Ashes covering live coal. 

«5&<3^sg) busivovu, v. n. To be sligh- 
tly disgraced, or spoiled. 

2xn*Xtf bugara, 8. Grain mixed with 
dirt and dust, after thrashing, and 
before being winnowed. 2- Cob- 
webs, dust. 



»r*'»o£>o-;Bijmelu ®A& ~^& s-Bettida 



wcn-^s^-wT^s, «w*esj6» butsamu,-bu, 
clii, budzamu, s. A demon, devil 
or evil spirit. 2xn>-t5bej"i92&> butsu- 
larredu, Siva ; as presiding over- 
demons. 

£xr*s» biidzu, 5. Mildew, mouldy vxrr>?P, 
iyr°&$kx) biidzu, biidzupatki, v.n. 
To become mildewed, mouldy, or 
musty. 

sw» &>&'»&» butakamu, s. A lie, or false- 
hood. 2. Deceit. 

wm&'S, »r°~5 budide, budde, 5 
Ashes- ^t^'B^e-sSm bndidevar- 
riamu, Ash colour. wsn&'SsSiSoN bu- 
didepannu, s. A tax payable for 
permission to burn a corpse. 

»3-° £sfa> butamu, s. A demon, devil, 
or evil spirit. 

«rf^> Jbutu, s. Obscenity ; obscene 
abuse. 

«a^a budi, s. Ashes of dung cakes. 

sMT^a-Sw^b biiditsarratsn, v. n. To 
become mildewed, musty, or moul- 
fly. 

vxn>~% bude, s. The day sacred to 
Siva, in the month of Mastfia. 

2*re&> bumi, s* The earth. 2. Land, 
soil. 

»n>-3a$x> burnetii, s< phi. Fictions ; 
fibs. 



2.>j-»tf, sxr*XX bura, biiraga, 5. A blow- 
ing horn. jao-o^JT 5 ^^ buragommu, 
5. A conch. 200-0 r$K^p& buragavti- 
du, To blow a trumpet. 

ixr°$&ex) buratillu, v. To evince par- 
tiality, or favor. 

200^ "3 bure, s. A sort of sweet cake. 

2ocp>D biili, adj. Sapless, juiceless. 

2xn>& biisi, 8, A cobweb. 



"S 



To be af- 



13o2»ftex> bendagilu, v. 
raid. 2. To wither. 

"So2s5a bendu, s. The shrub termed 
JEschy-nomine aspera. The white 
and light corky wood of this 
shrub is used in mailing artifici- 
al birds, flowers* and other toys. 

~3K&> begadu, 5. Fear. v. h>. To be 
afraid. 

~&% ex> beggilu, v. n. To be afraid. 

"3?fotf> beggurn, s. The indian crane. 

"SssSm bedzdzamu, 5. A small hole. 
"S^sSx-^p^o-cSb, -icaoo bedzdzamu- 
podutsa, veyu, To bore a hole. 

"Sfio-afc bettintsu, v. a. To drive be- 
es 
fore one. 

!3fe3£s*x> betiidamu, s. Hardness, 

eo 

stiffness, rigidity. 2. Severe langu- 
age ; violence, farv. 



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"^2*ew-Bedalu 



"3&» bettu, adj. Scarce, rare. 2. In- 
tolerable, insufferable. "Sftaossesofo 

bectuvarratsu, To cause intolera- 
ble suffering. 

"3&rtb bedagu, ad/. Great, big, large. 

"3&s> bedada, 5. Evil, misfortune, 

trouble, embarrassment, difficul- 

ty. 

■^Scsk bediyu, v. n. To be spoiled, 
or ruined. 2. To separate, or part. 
"3& bedda, s. A clod of earth. 

"3re§o, "3rao§o benaku, benuku, v. n. 
To be sprained, s. A sprain, 

"SciKb benagu, 5. Beauty. 

"Scw^bsx) benugulu, s. The cross bam- 
boos used in erecting a pandal, 
or temporary building made of 
bamboos and cloth. 

■3 6 betta, s. The breadth of the 
four fingers of the hand. 

•3 e^sSco bettamu, s. A rattan cane. 
■3 £sS»-^e», -fcfl&jbettamii-allu, ne 

p CO 

yu, To plait the rattan. ■3-3^0 t3"°;S 
bettalatsapa, A rattan mat. 

"3 8£ bettika, s. Any thing rising 
up, or coming off, in flakes. 

"3tftf>? "Sdb&bedaru, beduru, .9. Fear, 
fright, alarm, terror. 2. A start. 
v. n. To be afraid, to fear. 2. To 
start. "Ssao-ifc, "3a9o-& bedarin- 
tsu, bedirintsu, v. a. To frighten 



alarm, or terrify. 2. To startle. 
"S#8o$ bedarimpu, s. Frighten- 
ing. 2. Startling. 

"Sw^S bebbuli, s. A royal tiger. 

"StfeSb beradu, 5. The bark of a tree, 

IStfoak berayu, v. a. To attain, or 
reach. 

■S8§ beriki, aoj. Timid. 

"3<fc§b beruku, 5. Distance, reserve, 
coldness, indifference, adj. Distant, 
unsocial, cold, indifferent. 

"3e^*5oa bellamu, 5. Joggory, or coar- 
se treacle. 2. Membrum virile, as 
applied to children only. 

"3D ©-Sb bellintsu, v. a. To coax, or 

wheedle. "SDo^aSjr&ex) bellimpu- 

matalu, Sweet words ; coaxing 
expressions. 

"SfSo belaku, s. A glimmering light. 
"3&§b beluku, v. n. vide "3ra§b bena- 
ku, s. vide "srsb belaku. 
"3^n»*r»o^b bestavandlu, s. plu. A 

caste of fishermen, or palan queen 
bearers. 

"^7r>6 began', s. A person forced to 
work, with, or without, pay ; a 
pressed cooly, or porter. 

"£& beda, s. The thirty-second part 

of the coin termed a pagoda. 
"^£e» bedalu, s. plw. Split pulse. 



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351 



sr 6 o^T^-Sontaka 



"^8S»r»;& bedisamlnu, s. A sort of 
carp, Cyprirms chrysoparius. 

"3& bedi, s. Purging, looseness of 
the bowels, "^artf^tf bedikara- 
maina, adj. Purgative, 

"^SksSm beradzamu, s. A mean, or 

mischievous, person. 2. Mischief, 
trick. 

"^tfifco beramu, s. Tra£Sc 5 trade, 
commerce. 2. A bargain. 3. The 
offer of a price, "^tf tp&o beragadu, 
s. A purchaser, or buyer. 

~£d-sn>o&> berivandlu, s. The Beri 
caste. 

~£6&> beridzu, s. The total, or ag- 
gregate, of an account. 2. The as- 
sessment on a country. 

"^<y bela, s. A simple ignorant person. 

"^e» belu, s. A deception, or trick. 

"2§e»sg)-t&v beluputstsu, v. a. To de- 
ceive, trick, or beguile. 

*^#5 besari, s. An ornament worn 
by female Hindoos, on the out- 
side of the nostril. 

"&% besi, adj. Odd ; not even; as 
applied to numbers only. l!&sf ©& 
^ex>^ besikantivelpu, Siva ; as 
having an odd eye. tfe"^S> saribe- 
si, The game of odds and evens. 

"^jSur>tfj6x bestavaramu, s. Thurs- 
day. 



"3 &> baita, adv. vide woook bayifca. 
"3-cr«ft, 2.13^^ bairagi, bairagi, s. A 

wandering religious mendicant* 

practising austerities. 
"Sew bailu, s. vide. sio*>ex> bayilu. 
"3 tfra baisaria, 5. The bridge of the 

Vina, or Hindoo lute. 

sr'oSb bonku, s. A lie, falsehood, or 
falsity, v. ft. To lie, or assert fal- 
sely. 2. To pretend. -<&•> o§o-s5b bon- 
kintsu, v. a. T@ deceive, or tricky 

2r°oX^s5o8 bongaramu, s. playing top. 

sS^oJfo bongu, s. A large hollow 
bamboo. 2. A bamboo whistling, 
or rattling, in the wind. 3. A. 
pole. -£pe>i2r°Gfio palaklbougu, A 
palanqueenpole. ^|-tF»sr 6 o7fo dhera. 
bongu, A tent pole. •3ab&sr»©>& 
vedurubongu, A. bamboo pole. 
sS^oTfos^sg) bongupovu, To become 
hoarse. 

^oeS-sS^oasss^sS, ^S^o^r^OBSc bon- 
da-bondamanu, bondakoyya, s» 
The stocks in which petty crimi- 
nals are confined. 

-2^0^ bonta, s. A quilted jacket. 2. 
A ragged patched cloth. 

^o^-s^B bontakaki, s, A raven. 



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25^&>»'-Botana 



'cT*o£-cpo» bontarayi, s. A kind of 

light reclstone. 

2r°o&>e>o bontulu, s. plu. The great 

millet, not yet deprived of it's 
husk. 

&>o8 bonda, s. A small pit, or hole. 
2. A small palmyra tree. 2y°o££> 
<&> bondabadu, To have holes. 2^0 
tiiT sk -& bondabodutsu, To bore 
holes. 

fir*oX$&x> bondalamu, s. A jacket, 
with arms which do not reach 
below the elbow. 2. Armour, mail. 

2S^oS bondi, s. The hnman body. 

2S^oae)e» bondililu, s. plu. The na- 
tives of the Bondelee country. 

23^02^ bondu, s. A parcel of threads. 
2. Growing corn dried up, from 
want of moisture, adj. Big, heavy. 

iSTcS bonde, s. The edible inner 
substance, or heart, of the planta- 
in tree. 2. A string for fastening 
a jacket. 

25^0^9 bompiri, adj. Fall, complete- 
2T°§'?_ bokka, s. Any round small 
hole ; especially such as are made 
by rats, and other similar animals, 
which burrow in the ground, or 
such as are bored in a stick, &c. 2. 
A mouthful. ^Sfr-'Stfefc bokkabe- 
radu, A particular species of snake- 
2T*S'{ r .;5j6» bokkasamu, s. A treasury. 
2. A money bag. 



2S-§/ > _ bokki, adj. Sunk in. 2. Tooth 
less. 3. Humpbacked; as 2^%^ 
I5c^?5b bokkinoru, A toohless mou- 
th. ^S^fc^ofoi bokkirrommu, 
A sunken chest, or humped back. 

?r°§k_3p> bokkisa, s. A small parcel. 

25^20^. bokku, v. a. To stuff the 

mouth with any dry grain, &c. , 
and eat it voraciously. 

2y*-§/^tf bokkena, s. A gram, or 
corn bag. 2. A bucket, for draw- 
ing water from a well. 3. A 
leathern bag, for baling the water 
out of a boat, &c. 

^r t >K&?X) bogadalu, 5. plu. vide z y>X& 

00 bugadalu. 

2r*Ko boffo^u, 5. Charcoal. 


2r>T&\ botstsu, s. A quantity of hair; 

wool- 

25^^ bochche, s- A particular fish* 
2. A large pot, or jar, with its 
upper part taken off horizontally. 

2S°23°fib bodzugu, s. A lover, para- 
mour, or gallant. 

tffg bodzdza, s. The belly. 2. A 
pot belly. s^ss— -z&fo, *s&» bo- 
dzdza-perugu, petto, The belly to 
become large. 

2S^6otf^ex)— 2S^eosSbtf^e», sr'ktf^ 
ex> botanavrelu - botamanavrelu, 
bottanavrelu, s. The thumb, 2. 
The great toe. 



tf"* ©ir^-Bottij 



sr^-Bomma 



-ss^^-so botime, 5. A pimple. 

sr'feo botfa, s. A large cylindrical 

basket, for gram, &c 
25^430 bottu, a. A drop. 2. An orna- 

CD 

mental round patch of gold, &c.» 
"Worn on the forehead by Hindoo 
females. 3. The sectarial mark 
worn on the forehead. 4. vide 
"e^DsT 6 ^, zT'&s^kx) talibotru, bo- 
ttukattu, To tie the «r - S2r o ft»> 
talibottu j To marry. 

'^r"lo botte, s. A child, or infant. 

sy&aa botlu, 5. An honorary surname, 

to • d 

assumed by certain Yydica brah- 
mans. 

^Sss bodipa, s. The knot, or excre- 
scence, on trunks of trees. 

25°S"3o bodime, s. The pin in wood- 
en shoes, which goes between the 
great toe and that next it, and- 
which, by means of a button at 
its top, enables the toes to grasp 
the shoe. 

s. The navel, 
bonige, s. A small leathern 
jar, filled with any liquid. In the 
plural, this word also denotes. A 
sort of cake. 2. Dry grain depriv- 
ed of the husk. 

^r 3 $ botta, s. A hole in any metal 

vessel, &c. 
zr* _8 tt» bo 1 1 i g a , ado . E ritirely, 

wholly, completely, perfectly 1 . 



2T>&> boddu 



zr*& bodi, 5. The name of the places 
in a river, or creek, where small 
vessels are fastened, and get 
repaired, m the manner of a dock. 

2r*x£tfb££b bonugupadu, v. n. To be 
encompassed, or surrounded. 

3S"&) boppi, 5. The swelling arising 
from a blow. 

BS^atx bobba, 5. A loud noise, or 
disturbance. 2. A blister, or pust- 
ule, s. A lion. sr^ac-rSb bobba- 
rintsa, v. n. To cry, or call out. 

?^»xtf bobbara, s. The rind, or bark, 
of roots, &c. 

er°2^ex3E-bobbarlu, s. plu. A black 
species of pulse. 

sr^S-g^cas bobbilikaya, 5. An orna- 
ment worn by Hindoo females on 
their toes. 

ss^s&boma, s. The eye-brow, ss^ssb 
sfcocl bomamudi, Knitting the 
eye-brows, in anger. 

2r=S)o"l bomike, s. A bone. ?:ide 3 
!&Ȥ' emuka. 

wsn&g&x), ^So.d^sSco bomidikamu, 
bommidikamu, s. A helmet, 

tr ^, bomma. 5. Bramha, the crea. 
— & 

tor. 
tf^c^ bomma, s. An image, or 
statue. 2- A picture. 3. A pup- 
pet or doll. 4. An idol not e< li- 
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354 



2S*-3-B6d< 



secrated. 5. vide ?yj&, i?r > &,bex> 

boma, bommariilu, $. A doll house. 

?r°s5o,£7-fc> bommalata, 5. An ex- 

hibition of puppets, moved by 

springs. 
-$*>Q~7\ borige, s. A hoe, used for 

digging up grass. 
«y°Ocss5-'2r t, 6sc«5, 25^"% boriya, borri- 

ya, borrre, s. A hole ; such as is 

made by large rats, &c. 
vy&TSbew borugulu s. plu. Fried 

grain. 
*r»{fc&> bornsu, .?• A wide mouthed 

earthen pot, for frying grain. 
?s^e£> borra, s- A pot belly. 
2r"e) bolli, s. The white leprosy. 

adj. Spotted white. 
zy*$)4c$&to bollitanamu, s. vide zr°8 

CO CO 

bolli. 
?r°er> bollu, s* A lie, or falsehood. 
adj. False. 0. #. To tell lies. 2. 
" To boast. ss^ewwaso^a bollulamari, 

A liar. 

«y*§ bold, 5. A pot. 2. A native 
ship, or vessel. 

^"1 boke, s. & bone. 

*y*fe8 boti, adj. Like, resembling, 
equal to. s. A woman. 

^^ex) bodalu, s. plu. Particular 
animals of that class which gene- 
rally have horns, but which them- 
selves have none. 



&*& bodi, adj. Bald, shaven, s. Any 
person whose head is bald, or has 
been shaven; as a Hindoo widow, 
or some of their religious mendi- 
cants. 2. vide zyZn boni, No. 1. 
&S&0&, ^S^oaco bodintsu, bo- 
dicheyu, To sbave.«y*Saoz&,b6di- 
yeddu, A bullock, without horns. 

sS^&s&'S boclimidde, AJiouse, 

o 
without an upper story. 

•jT 6 ^ boni, s. A tender bodied female; 
as.^sS^eS puboni. A female whose 
body is as tender as flowers. 2. 
The payment of ready money, by 
the first customer who bargains 
in the course of a day, with any 
shop-keeper. Until a Hindoo shop- 
keeper gets paid in ready cash 
by some one, for the purchase 
made by him, he deems it inaus- 
picious to give goods on credit ; 
and in reply to a customer ask- 
ing goods on credit, will say. tt»So 
oooo-^sy 5 ^ -s**^ 25b nakuyinkaboni- 
kaledu, I have not yet had. zr 5 ^ 
boni. 

sS^esb bodu, s. The coarse sack cloth, 
in which leathern oil bottles are 
placed, when loaded on a bullock. 
2. Care. 3. Nourishing. 

^"3 bode, *. A small water chan- 
nel 2. The wooden capital of a 



pillar. 2r s- 3r°cj6§b6dekoyya J The 

lower part of the door frame, pla- 
ced in the ground, at the thresh- 
old. ^"Sibk) bodepita, vide ^"a 
bode, No- 2. 
?<$*$ bodha, .v. Wisdom, intellect, 
understanding. 2. Awakening, ar- 
ousing, sr^tf bodhana, s. Instruc- 
tion, teaching. 2. Persuasion, ex- 
hortation. 3. Advice, admonition. 
4. Excitement, inducement. ^^ 

§o2& bodhakudu, A person who 
teaches, persuades, admonishes, 
or excites, sy*#<32&, ^^es^ bo- 
dhapadu, bodhaavu, v. ?i. To be 
understood, or become intelligi- 
ble. s&^-sSwtfb, "^coco, sr^otfb bo- 
dha-parratsu, cheyu, bodhintsu, 
v. a. To render intelligible ; to 
explain, to inform. 2. To persuade 
or exhort. 3. To advise, or admo- 
nish. 4. To excite, or induce. 

#*tf rt H bonagatte, s. A female slave. 

2S^?Ss5» bonarnu, s* Food, boiled rice. 

2S**;& bonuj s. A trap. 

23^ &&•<&*&> boyavadu? s. A huntsman, 
or bird-catcher. 

sS^ooct) boyi, s. A title assumed by 

the mootaraja,and the palanqueen- 
bearer castes. 2. A palanqueen 
bearer. 
2$^cocp»2sb boyidu, s. A title assumed 
by the caste of cow-keepers, or 
shepherds. 



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. a. s^» -Brahma 



sS^tf bora, s. The breast, or bosom, 
•ss^tfftyo, ^tf a^b boragilu, Borla- 
badu, v. n. To lie on the face, or 
breast. 2. To be turned topsytur- 
vy- 

sT^^cocc, «y*8oifc barlaveyu, bor- 
lintsu, v. a. To turn topsyturvy. 

iS^&tf bo r una, adv. With great 
haste, speed, or 4 noise. 

^ex) bolu, adj. Hollow. 

^"eJ bole, s. A broken earthen ves- 
sel. 

sySfr bo si, adj. Toothless. 

S^XbS baaguni, s. A Copper, or 
brass, pot; in shape like a bason. 

a 

^skSo, ^ab&j bratuku, braduku, ». 
n~ To live, exist, or subsist. 2. 
To survive. 3. To be delivered, 
or saved, s. vide ««&§Oj jcv&ogb 

"3tfc$ batuku, bratukuderavu, The 
means of livelihood. ^ ©go-sfc bra- 
tikintsu, v. a. To restore, or save, 
life j to resuscitate, or revive ; to 
save, or deliver from danger. 2. To 
support, maintain, or nourish, 
i^,^ brahma, s. Bramha, the first 
deity of the Hindoo triad, and the 
operative creator of the world. 2. 
An officiating priest. 



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^A^-Bhagabha 



^ 



^r>8 brahmachari, s. The Brah- 
machari, or religious student. 
.s^sSoo brahmamu, s. The divine 

/ — 6 

cai.se, or essence,of the world, from 
which all created things are sup- 
posed to emanate, and finally to 
'return ', the unknown god. 2. The 
practice of austere devotion. 3. 
The Vedas. 4. Holy knowledge. 



. -3J* Q brati, adj. Great, large, big. 
vide T. ^r°a b£ti. 

^°,sj^c3o^> brahmanudu, 5. A man 
of the first Hindoo tribe, or of the 
order of priesthood •, a brahman. 

.-^.^n.zh brahmani, $. The wife of a 

brahman, or a woman of the bra- 
manical tribe. 
V^Tj^^S 1605 brahmanyamu, s. An 
assembly of brahmans. 2. The 
state, quality, or business, of a 
brahman. 



6 



fp.&oo bridilu, 
loose, or slack. 



,2X> 



brungU: 
To die. 



^5,07^0 



v, n* 





,r* n5b brotsu, v. a. 
save, or protect. 



To become 



To sink. 2. 



To nourish; 



$ bha, The thirty- ninth letter, and 

twenty-fourth consonant, in the 
Telugu alphabet. 

tfcK&» bhangamu, s. A wave. 2. 
Breaking, splitting ; a bit, or 
piece. 3. Defeat, discomfiture, 
degradation. 4. A chasm, fissure, 
or division. 5. Dishonesty, deceit, 
fraud, circumvention, cheating. 

tfoKXtio bhangapadu, v. n. To be 

deceived. 2. To be defeated, otis- 
honored, or degraded. 

9'oXo5&d-&— $ro7C3>fca3, ^Tofto-sSb bhan- 

gaparratsu-bhangapettu, bhangin- 
tsu, v. a. To deceive. £. To defeat, 
dishonor, or degrade. 

3To5\ bhangi, s. Manner, mode, way. 

tfofctf&x) bhanguramu, adj. Crook- 
ed, bent. 2. Perishable. 

^roSatfafca bhandanamu, s. War? bat- 
tle. 2. Armour, mail. 

^oTa^tf s$Mbhandaramu, 5. A treasurj-. 
2. A money bag. 

tf Sfr-S' bhakkika, s: manner, mode, 
•tf'jf. 

p § bhakti, s. Service, worship. 2. 
Zeal, devotion, piety. 3. Faith, 
belief. 4. Affection. 5. A part, or 
portion. 

$>X#K bhagabhaga, s» The crackling 
of fire: 



$' tf.ifcc-Bhadramii 



S57 



^f S &c-Bh a v i sh y a 



3TXtfo$&£&, ^x^&^bhagavantudu, 
bhagavanudu, s. God ; the supre- 
me being. 2. Siva. 3. Vishnu. 4. 
Boodha. 5. Any adorable male. 

$rK#8 bhagavati. «. The goddes 
Parvati, wife of Siva. 2. Any god- 
dess. 

^rftso bhagini, s. A sister. 

$76 tf bhagguna, adv. Suddenly, all 
at once, as applied to fire, or 
anger, sjf/fbs&ab bhaggumanu, To 
be afraid ; the heart to palpitate. 

qr&tf bhajana, s. Worship, homage, 

adoration. $•# o >&, $r £ o*> o ■& bha- 

jintsu, bhajiyintsu, v. a. To serve, 
or worship ; to pray. 

$&»2&bhatudu, s. A warrior, soldier, 
or combatant. 2. A messenger. 

S5toa bhattu, s. A surname, denoting 
excellent or chief* assumed by 
certain learned brahmans. 

$too—qfbxi-sn!h* $*,kr» g» bhattu-bha- 
ttuvadu, bhatradzu, 5. vide at» 
baitu. 

^rgfctin bhatyamu, s. Batta. vide 
v> 15s5s> battemu. 

tf^Xj s5a> bhadrarnu, s. Cafe, atten- 
tion, precaution, watchfulness. 2. 
Safety, security. 3. Happiness, 
prosperity, fortune, adj. Careful, 
attentive, watchful. £. Safe, se- 
cure. 8. Happy, prosperous, lucky, 
propitious. Interj. Take care ! 
beware ! be on your guard ! 



^rocSsfcs bhayamu, s. Fear, alarm, 
fright, dread, timidity, feasors 

s5ao— 3TcXfr»c^*Sc», fc^tftf'i-Soo bha- 

yankaramu-bhayanakamu, bha- 
yavahamu. adj. Terrific, fearful, 
formidable, frightful, dreadful. <$r 
c*£3^ bhayapaclu, To be afraid; 
to fear. fcso^toa. tfross^sas-tSb bha- 
yapettu, bhayaparrutsu, v. a. To 
intimidate ; to frighten. 

^tfrasSw bharanamu, s. Cherishing, 
maintaining, nourishing, suppor- 
ting. 2. Wages, hire. 

^rtfssSsSaa bharavasamu, s. Trust, 

confidence, dependence on, faith. 
2. An assurance, or pledge of 
good faith. 

^8o-s5b, 3r9©»OT& bharintsu, bha- 
riyintsu, v. a. To carry a load. 
2. To bear, or sustain. 3. To main- 
tain, or support. 

^ J£ bharta, s. A husband. 2. A lord, 
or master. 

3Te> kx» bhallamu, s. A. kind of arrow. 
2. A bear. 

iSooS'sfco, tfvcr>ggx> bhallukamu, bha- 
llukamu, s. A bear. 

$-^*-?jfS>-3fI>tf, ^Ibhala-bhali-bhalira, 

bhali, interj. Expressive of praise, 
or commendation, 
ijrasxc &> bhavishyattu, adj. Future, 
about to be. # a &e«r» ^oxko bha- 
vishyatkalamu, The future tease. 



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;58 



qptfAa-Bharamu 



^fcsxosfoa bhavishyamu, s. Prosperi- 
ty, welfare. 2. Rank, distinction. 

qrZ *6a> bhasmamu, s. Ashes. 2. Calx- 

^r&ra, ^&pa85»bhaksliaria,bhaksha~ 
naniu, s. Eating, feeding. 

$- JL&tfw bhakshitamu, adj. Eaten. 

$-&<?**» bhakshyamu, 5. Dressed 
food ; food. % A cake. 

^rjuo-tf) bhakshintsu, v. a. To eat. 

^o^s5w bhandamu, 5. An earthen 
pot. 2. Any vessel. 3. Capital, 
principal. 4. Harness. 

^ot3-tt>&sS» bhandagaramu, s. A 
store room, a place where house- 
hold goods are kept. 2. A treasury. 

!TXx5» bhagamu, s. A portion, share, 
or part. % A side. jpKO bhagari,A 
partner. -g-*tfgsp»)(s*»e» karyabha. 
gamulu,The various departments 
of business. 

?pfto*fc bhagintsu, v. a. To divide or 

distribute. 
^TPtf *>*> bhagaramu, 5. Subtraction, 
or division, in arithmetic. ^-77*80 
4fc bhagarintsu, To subtract, or 

divide. 
^Ktfg^ bhagavatamu, s. The fam- 
ous Hindoo poem termed the Bha- 
^vat Geeta. 2. A dramatic repre- 
sentation of any part of the vari- 
ous incidents celebrated in that 
work. 



1 ^XX&Zsq bhagavatudu, s. A pious 
I man- 2. In the plural, it also de- 
| notes actors. 

*$r»K'os&» bhagyamu, s. Destiny, for- 
tune, good or ill luck. 2. Prospe- 
rity, felicity. 3. Biches, wealth. 
^Xetfo^sfco bhagyavantamu, adj. 
Fortunate, happy, prosperous. 2. 
Rich, wealthy. 

^p&> bhata, s- A road. 3rk>-£r°Q*6, ^ 
tv>i**Q bhatasvaru, bhatasari, A 
traveller- vide zrts bat a. 

W feo^sSw bhatakamu, s. Price, espe- 
cially paid for the use of any 
thing, or person-, wages, hire, rent. 

$r«s6, ^otici bhama, bhamini, s. A 
passionate woman- 2.* A woman. 

sptf&sfca bharatamu,s. The Mahabha- 
rat, an epic poem. 

^ptf© bharati, s. A name of Saras- 
wati, the patroness of the arts. 2. 
Speech. 

ip* X&x> bharamu, s. adj. vide ®oo& 
balnvu, z,gQ&r*£iF'ti$Sx>-£cs& oka- 
rimldabharamuveyu, To throw the 
responsibility on one. Sj&s^tfsSaa 
-tp&oZso oUubharamaganundu, 
The body to be oppressed by sick, 
ness. ^^§o45b, ^tffto-tf) bharakin- 
tsu, bharagintsu, To be ill, from 
overwork. #<&^tfl\crs5^tfs*»Bcro£> 
nannurakshinche bharamu midi, 
The onusof supporting me is yours. 



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359 



$o«jSE-Bhujamu 



^9 bhari, adj. Great, tall. 2. Impor- 
tant, 
s^tfo bharya, s. A wife. 

^ss bhava, s. vide -wzs bava. 

e^sstf bhivana, s. Mental perception, 
recollection, the present consci- 
ousness of past ideas, or percep- 
tions. 2. Religions and abstract 
meditation. &&zr»ss tf7r*55oo-£fc bi- 
ddabhavanagayentsu, To view, or 
consider, in the light of a child. 
7 ¥ sSiti$-&)Z*& bhavanachesukonu, 
To imagine, or figure, to one's-self. 

^•sSsSm bhavamu, s. State, or con- 
dition, of being. 2. Natural state 
of being, innate property dispo- 
sition, nature. 3. Meaning, pur- 

* pose, intention. 4. Mind, soul. 5. 
State, or affection, of mind ; emo- 
tion, passion, sentiment, especi- 
ally as an object of amatory and 
dramatic poetry. 

s^S bhavi, s. vide tt>& bavi. 

5T°sl bhasha, s. Speech. 2. Saraswa- 

ti, the goddess of speech. 3. A 

language. 4. The dialect of any 

language. 
^Ixo-iSo bhashintsu, ©. a. To speak, 

converse, or talk. 
^Ix^sSoi bhashitamu, s. Speech. s*r»tf> 

q*& t iF"&*o&tfiAx> marubhasha,bha- 
shantaramu, lit. Another langu- 
age. Interpretation, or translation, 
from one language into another. 
^•&fas6w bhashariamn, s. Speech. 



S^\ a&» bhinnamu, adj. Split, broken, 
torn, rent, mutilated, disfigured. 
2. Divided, distinguished, other, 
different. 3. Blown, budded, ope- 
ned. 4. Joined, connected. 

$&, $£xs$x> bhiksha, bhikshamu, s. 
Service. 2. Hire, wages. 3. Beg- 
ging, asking. 4. Alms. 

§&&>& bhikshakudu, s. A mendi- 
cant, or beggar. 

$<£$>£& bhikshudu, s. The Sanyasi, 
or religious mendicant ; the brah- 
man who has entered the fourth 
stage in life, and subsists entirely 
on alms. ^&.-7r°£& bhikshagadu, 



A beggar. 



ft 



fiS'tfska bhikaramn, adj. Terrible, 
fearful, formidable, frightful. 

f>@, §&> bhiti, bhitu, s. Fear, appre- 
hension. 

f)Sex>, hdop bhitilu, bhitillu, v. n. 

To be frightened, or afraid. $i?4m 

adj. Afraid, frightened, fearful, 
timid. 

3£807Ca&&3-<$03oX8539, ^OZSKsSto bhu- 

jangamamu - bhujangamu, bhu- 
jagamu, s. A serpent, or snake. 
^?ssx>9 bhujamu, s. The shoulder. 
2. The arm. 



"^tfsSw- -Biiedamu 



3(.0 



^tfr-Bhoru 



-$o£o ■&, ^SsSoooc-sfo bhujintsu, bhu- 

jiyintsu, 0. «. To eat. 
36 g> blmvi, s. The earth. 

^n bhu, s. In composition. The 
earth ; as, ^g'o^sSw bhukampamu ? 
An earthquake, $3r*38 bhupati, 
A king, or sovereign. 

s^e£s&» bhu tarn u, s. A goblin g, 
ghost, or malignant spirit, haun- 
ting cemeteries, lurking in trees, 
animating carcases, and deluding, 
or devouring, human beings. 
adj. Been, become, gone, past. 
jpjr°<£-g-*e)<6M bhutakalamu, ' The 
past, or perfect, tense of the verb. 
sjG^Soss bhutadaya, Universal 
benevolence. 

sjG-ojto bhumi, s. The earth, universe, 

or world. 2. Land, soil, ground. 

3. A place, or site. 

$5-°txras63o, #j-*n bhushariamu, bhu-' 
sha, s. Ornament, embellishment. 
2. A trinket, or jewel. ^Sx^sSoo 
bhushitamu, adj. Adorned, deco- 
rated, dressed. 

Ip&sfca bhedamu, s. Dividing, sepa- 
rating. 2. Tearing, rending-, break- 
ing, &c. 3. Distinction* difference. 

4. Kind, sort, species. 5. Disunion, 
discord, disagreement. 



"f ao-&> bhedintsu, v. a. To separate, 
divide, or disunite. 2. To break, 
or tear. 3. To pierce, v. n. To 
differ from. 2. To be purged. 3. 
To change, or alter. 

"S Qe>o,. 25aex> bhedilu, bhedillu, v. n. 

To be separated, or disunited. 2. 

To be torn, or rent, 
"^a bhedi, 5. vide if a bedi. 

"^a bheri, s. A kettle drum. 

ipo^c&s bhoncheyu, v. a. To eat 
from ^etfa&M bhojanamu, q. v. 

ipK&xi bbogamu, s- Enjoyment. 2. 
Pleasure. 3. Wealth. 4. Nourish- 
ing, cherishing. 5. A snake's 
body. 6. & snake's expanded 
hood. 7. A crop. 

c^Ao-tfb bhogintsu, v. a. To enjoy; 

particularly as applied to any 
carnal or sensual pleasure. 

^Xex&s bhogyamu, 5. Enjoyment, 
or usufruct; especially of land, &c. 
Given in pledge, or on mortgage. 
2. A crop. adj. Fit to be enjoyed, 
agreeable, delicious. 

s£T*8tf*s» bhojanamu, ,9. Food. 2. A 
repast, or meal. 3. Eating. 

^sseska bhojyamu, s. Food. adj. 
Edible. 

?pth bhoru, 6*. A great, or Iced* 
noise. 



^pi^-Bbrata 



36i 



s&otfafca-Mantsamu 



.$\«&, ■ $* s&iSm bhrama, bramamu, s. 
Whirling, going round. 2. Error, 
ignorance, mistake, misapprehen- 
sion, illusion. 3. Confusion, or per- 
plexity of mind. 4. A temporary 
aberration of reason, delirium. 
5. Astonishment, surprize. 6. 
Desire, wish. 

^r.skoooo, ,$'. socxfcobhramayu, bhrami- 



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yu, v. n. To err. 2. To be in con- 
fusion, or perplexity ; To lose 
one's presence of mind. .3. To be 
astonished. 
^&oo-&>, ^Sfcc»oo4fc bhramintsu, 
bhramiyintsa, v. a. To throw into 
confusion, or perplexity. 2. To 
turn round, v. n. To wander, or 
turn round. 2. vide tft&a&s, C^ 8 ^ 
s&^fcoDo bhramayu, bhramamatalu, 

Words void of reason ; raving ? 
nonsense. 
<%jfs&* b hr ash tarn u, adj. Fallen. 2. 
Figuratively, vicious, depraved ; 
fallen irom virtue. 

^oD bhranti, s. vide & .s& bhrama* 
»po8f o8 v an tibh ran t i, lit- 
Vomiting and delirium. The dise- 
ase in which both vomiting and 
purging take place ; cholera mor- 
bus, either spasmodic.or otherwise. 

\^T& bhrata, s. A brother, a uterine 
brother. 



a& ma, The fortieth letter, and 
twenty-fifth consonant, in the 
Telugu alphabet. 

^>o§o manku, s. A wicked person. 
adj. Wicked. 

skoltf mankena, s. A basket made 
of rattan work, in which water 
pots are placed, when loaded on 
bullocks. 

sfcoXe>s5cw mangalamu, s. An earthen 
vessel, in which grain is scorched. 

sfeoXasr^, skoKD mangalavadu, 
mangali* s. A barber. gboXuS'j^ 
mangalakatti, s. A razor- 

sboXS'sSoo, sSboKwsSw mangalamu, man- 
galamu, s. Happiness, good for- 
tune. 2. Preserving property ;. 
taking care of what has been 
gained ; prudence, carefulness. 
adj. Happy, lucky, fortunate, pro- 
sperous, faring well. *boXiff&r»*2, 
&x, mangalasiitramu, s. vide -spg) 
2S"°&» talibottu. 

sfcoX $ !&»&&& mangalavaramu, s. Tu- 
esday. 

^o-^sSw mantsamu, s. A bedstead, 
s& o tf j& sS ~? j e>3 mantsapupaf.telu. 
The four pieces of wood, forming 
the Frame o"a bedstead. 
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s6o2£tf-Mandana 



jjootD manchi, adj. Good, excellent, 
virtuous, proper. 2. Handsome, 
pretty. 3. Fine, nice, commodious. 
4. Much, great, severe, violent, 
heavy, ssbo-oa manchidi, adv. Very 
well • very good. sSbo-Ssr © man- 

chijati, A high tribe ; a pure 
caste ; a fine sort, or kind. sfco-S) 
•&*a5» manchipamu,|The Cobra da 
Capello, or hooded snake. The 
Hindoos term it the good snake, 
though its bite is nearly mortal, 
out of superstitious dread of it; 
and they rather endeavour to 
propitiate it, than to destroy it.sfco 
%>??»$ rnauchivana, Heavy rain. 
sSbo-S)"3^\ manchidebba, A violent 
or severe blow. s&o-©tfr>13 manchi- 
nune, lit. Good oil. The oil of the 
sesamum seed. a&o5tf?te» manchi 
tanamu, 5. Goo'dness, excellence. 
2. Reconciliation. 3. A friendly 
footing, or good terms, with 
another. 

sfco-&> mantsu, s. Dew. 2. A fog, or 
mist. 3. Snow. adj. Snowy. 

3&0-& mantsu, v. a. To preserve, ma- 
intain, nourish, or cherish. 

260 "S manche, s. A sort of stand, or 
shed, erected on four long posts, 
iii a field ; for holding persons 
who watch over the ripe grain. 2. 
A shelf. 3. A platform- K&sSao^ 



gadamanche, A stand ; as applied 
to that generally used in Hindoo 
houses, for holding any thing. 
sftosr^ manjali, s. A certain weight, 
as applied to diamonds only ; I 
believe it to correspond with a 
carat. 

sSbofio manta, s. Blaze, flame. 2. Sore, 
or acute, pain. 3. Fury, wrath. 4. 
Ardor, heat, inflammation. *»2&^ 
s5bo&> kadupumanta, lit. Belly 
flame. Jealousy. 2. Envy. s5bo&> 
s&t,8 mantamari, A furious, or pas. 
sionate person. 

sSbo&g'sSw mantakamu, s. A sort of 
cake, made of wheat flour, but 
without sugar. 

sSbo&5*£sfo>, sfco&sSsSw mantapamu, 
mandapamu, s.A temporary build- 
. ing - } an open shed, or hall, ador- 
ned with flowers, and erected on 
festival occasions ; as at marriage, 
&c. 2. An open temple or open 
building, consecrated to a deity. 

sfcofeS manti, adv. vide £>ofe5 banti. 

s&o2* manda, s. A bough. 2. A vessel 
for scorching grain. 3. The ankle. 
e£e>sfco& talamanda, The skull. 

sSbo&XzH mandagabba, s. The large 

black scorpion. 
s&o£tfs5» mandanamu, s. Ornament, 

decoration. 2. Trinkets, jewels. 



sko^-Mande 



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tfbotfaSaa-Mandamu 



s5bo£e>s£» mandalamu, s. The disk 
of the sun or moon. 2. An orb, a 
circumference in general ; the 
circle bounding the view, the 
sensible horizon. 3. A ball, a 
globe. 4. A wheel. 5. A province, 
region, or district. 6. A heap, quan- 
tity, multitude, or assemblage. 7. 
A sweet meat. 8. The period of 
forty days. cSboe£"#$V&£& manda- 
les'varudu, A king, or supreme 
prince, governing a 8fco£e>s5» 

mandalamu, q. v. No. 5. 
s5bo2sO mandali, s. An assembly, 

flock, or multitude. 2. A dog. 3., 

A cat. 4. A snake. 
:& ocl mandi, s. A wholesale shop. 

2. An attitude in shooting ; the 
right knee advanced, the left leg 
retracted. In the plural, it also 
denotes a sort of sweet cake. 
sfco2& mandu, v. n. To blaze. 2. To 
smart, or give acute pain. 3. To 
be in a fury, or violent rage, s&o 

So-ift mandintsu, v. a. To inflame; 
to put in a blaze. 2. To put in a 
furious rage. g^^sfco^b kadupu- 
mandu, p, n. lit. The belly to 
blaze or burn. To be jealous, or 
envious. 2. To be most severely 
afflicted. &§6s$oo2& ollumandu, v.?i. 
lit. The body to blaze, or burn. 
To feel great anger. 
s6oo"3 mande, s. A heap of the un- 
thrashed ears of the srreat millet. 



j&oe£tfj6M mantanamu, s. A secret- 

2. A retreat, or concealment. 

3. Secret consultation, private 
advice. 

s&o^j sfc» mantramu, s. A division of 
the Yedas. 2. A mystical verse* 
or incantation. 3. A formula sacred 
to any individual deity. 4. Secret 
consultation, private advice. 5. A 
charm. 

s&o.S o-vSb mantrintsu, v. a. To utter 
incantations ; to charm, or en- 
chant. 2. To advise, or give 
counsel. 

sSbo^-7r°2&, sSbo^o^a mantragadu, 
mantra vadi, s. A conjurer. sSbo.el 
c^eT'coo^) mantra putayittu, An 
amulet. 

56bo^-Sr°$ mantrasani, s. Amid wife. 

s£o 8 mantri, s. A counsellor, or 

adviser. 2. A king's counsellor or 
minister. 3. The queen at chess. 

s£o£ manda, -s. A flock or herd, of 
cattle. 

skossfca mandamu, adj. Slow, tardy. 
2. Dull, stupid, heavy. 3. Fool- 
ish. 4. Thick, s. Thickness. 2. 
Indigestion, loss of appetite, s&ozs 
%o& mandagintsu, To become 
dull- 2. To lose one's appetite. 
vide eig'D akali. &o&&> mandudu 
s. The planet Saturn, from his 
slow motion. cSbcfa'^xbr^x manda- 



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ssb Kb-Maggu 



pumanishi, A stupid person, jfcotf 
s5oD mandamati, Dull comprehen- 
sion. 2. Forgetf nlness. s&e>-cr>5W 
niandagni, lit. Dull fire. Want 
of appetite, or digestion. 

s£o&So-& mandalintsu, v. a. To 
mention, say, or speak ; as appli- 
ed to an inferior addressing a su- 
perior. 

s&oes&sfci mandasamu, s. A high box. 
sfto-sr'tfsSM mandaramu, s. Cloudy, 

or dark, weather, 
s&oa mandi, s. flu. People, persons; 

as ^-^sfeoa sanamandi, Many 

people. This term is affixed to all 
the neuter numerals, from jive 
inclusive upwards, to make them 
masculine or feminine ; as t9owab 

^oasr 1 ^ ayidumandi doralu, 
]?ive gentlemen. 

s&oatfx4» mandiramu, s. A house. 2. 
A city, or town. 

s&oab mandu, s. Medicine, physic. 
2. Gunpowder, adj. Scarce, skoefc 
ejo^o^mandulavandlu.s.»^M. Dru- 
ggists.&S)&o2fcnilimandu,s. Indigo, 
tfe^s&oefc nallamandu, s. Opium, 
sse;^), ~S>k»s5botf> valapu, pettuman- 
du, Love-powder. 

?&o"S"&>e>sSw mandemelamu, s. Negli- 
gence, carelessness- 2. Familiar 
repartee. 



sk^tf ska makaramu, 8* An alligator. 
2. The sign in the zodiac termed 
Capricornus. 3, One of Cubera's 
treasures. 

tfcg'a makari, s. vide afcS'tf sSw makara- 
mu, No. 1. 

g6§<y makila, 5. Dirt, filth, impurity. 

adj. Dirty, unclean, impure. 

sSbSbeosSw makutamu, s. A crest, a 
head dress, a crown, a tiara. 

s&Sb^s^ makkuva, s. Affection, love. 
2. Desire, lust. 3. Wish, inclina- 
tion. 

s£1k_ex> makkelu, s. plu. Bones. 

s5b4)s5b makhama, 5. A tax, or assess- 
ment, for any religious purpose. 

jfcft maga, adj. Male, vide -»»X'-sfcK&> 
S», 5fcXfe3s» moga-magatami, ma- 
gatimi, 5. Manhood. 2. Bravery, 
prowess. 

8&\'£b magadu, s. A husband, vide 

*^»Kb2& mogudu. 
sbX-frov magasala, s. A place with 

seats, in front of the house. 
S&XC& maguda, adv. A gain. s&Ko£b 

magudu, v. n. To return. s5bKbcl©-i5b 

magudintsu, v. a. To turn another 

back. 
s&Tto maguva, s- A woman. 
s5bK s5w maggamu, s. A loom, 
jftfo maggu, v. n. To become soft, 

as applied to fruit, 2. To be spoilt, 



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365 



s5b kx> -Mat tu 



55b ^v matstsa, s. A mole, freckle, or 
spot on the skin. 2. A scar. $&> 
sk-t5\ puttumatstsa, 5. A natural 
mole, or spot on the body -, one 
with which a person is born. 

sSb-^tfsSM matstsaramn, '*. Malice, 
hatred, envy. s$b-i5\aoo5b, c5b-S\*5*£t» 
matstsarintsu , matstsarapattu, To 
entertain malice, hatred, or envy, 

tib-OxS*, sk©\1machchika, machchikej 
s. Fondling;, caressing. 2. Love, 
attachment, affection. 

ssb-i&K matstsu, s. An upstair-house. 
2. A sample. 3. A model, s&iixe) 
76 a matstsulagudi, A string* of 
little samples of gold, of different 
degrees of ascertained purity, by 
comparison with which the purity 
of other gold is defined. sfcsk\&-»S 
matstsupodi, s. An enchanting 
powder, which allures the person 
on whom it is thrown to follow 
the person who throws it. sSo^b. 
&-°clj s5oT&\-tfsx-> matstsupodi, ma- 
tstsu- tsallu, To sprinkle that pow- 
der. 

ssb3bvrj§ matstsukatti, s. A large 

wood knife. 
s£"^\s5xmachchemu, s. ^[fctS ma- 

chchekanti, A woman, lit. Fish- 
eyed 
s&ssl) majili, s. A stage, or halting 

place,, in travelling. 



sk2*>So-i& madzukuru, adj. Before 
mentioned, aforesaid. 

s&«tfsSw majjanamu, s. Bathing, ab- 
lution. 8£>K^-F"ej majjanasala, A 
bathing room. 

^b^x" majjiga, s. Buttermilk, vide -He) 
tsalla. 

s5bc5b^ majhjha, interj. Expressive 

OOP 

of praise, or commendation. 

oSofeot&w matamu, s. vide sfc&sfo ma- 
thamu. 

sfcfeo matta, s. A young palmyra tree. 
2. A bough of any palm tree, as 
the cocoanut, &c. 3. A leaf of the 
aloe, or of cabbage, or of similar 
plants, or vegetables. 

s&feo^o^mattagintsu, v. a. To lessen, 

diminish, or depress. 2. To cut 
into small pieces. 

&>&> fo&lo mattagudise, 5. A jDarticu- 
lar fish. 

s&fea4»j3rr mattapalaka, s. A measu- 
ring yard. 

s5b^553o, &toir>& mattamu, jnattapi- 
ti, adj. Short, small. 

sSbfeS matti, s. Earth, soil. adv. Since 

from, 
s&&3 mattu, s. Limit, bound. 2. Mea- 
sure, extent. 3. Capacity, either 
as applied to measurement, or 
figuratively to men, as denoting 
their ability, or powers of mind. 



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366 



sfcg-Maddi 

C3 * " 



sfe&»lx)&9cmattumirru,v.0. To exceed, 
to transgress. s5bfc»-*^^b> <^£> nia- 
Uu-padu, avu, v. n. To decrease; 
abate, or grow less. sfc&o^Mo^Sb 

mattuparrutsu, v. a. To decrease, 
moderate, diminish, or make less. 

s5b&x>§b, s&fcwSos&N mattuku, mattuku- 
nnu, Until, till, as far as, as much 
as, to such an extent. s&bmr> ma- 
ttuga, adv. Temperately, sparing- 
ly. ssbfcB-r^ssboeSo mattuganundu, v. 
n. To*fit. 2. To be sufficient for. 

s5b&o mattu, v. a. To trample. s£&3& 
er»&> mattimalladu, To trample 
all over. 

s^"|o, s5b43 oss matte, mattiya, s. A 
ring, worn on the second *toe. 

sfc&sfco mathamu, s. A school, college. 

s5o2*^ madaka, s. A yoke of oxen, 
with a plough and all the other 
implements of husbandry apper- 
taining thereto, vide etfr araka. 

sfc&ef madata, s. A fold, or plait. 

sfc2£e£-"ata>, -£c&> madata-pettu, ve- 

yu, p. a. To fold, to double up. 
s&&© madati, s. A woman. 

sfc&ab. sSbS"3o madama, madime, s. 

The heel of the human species 

only. 
sfcgss madava, s. A small dam, or 

dike, for stopping water. 



s& & madi, s. A garden-bed, or plot. 
2. A paddy field. 3. Purity, adj. 
Pure, sfcg^feo madibatta, A pure 

CO ... a 

cloth. 5&&&*<$o&> maditovundu, 
To be in a pure dress, -sr^ooskg 
kalumadi, s. Urine. vides^ex> kalu. 

sSb&cs& madiya, adj. Stupid, dull. 

sfc&otfo madiyu, v. n. To die, or 

expire; to be- destroyed. ssbSowo 

■xfo, sfcs&sg) madiyintsu, madupu, 

v. a. To kill, assassinate, or 
destroy. 

s6&or>ex>j s£gecx<»ex) madivalu, madi" 
yalu, 5. A title, assumed by the 
caste of washermen. 

c&&>7& madugu, s. A deep or hollow 
place, in the bed of a river, or 
tank. 2. Purity, vide ska madi, 
No. 3. And. 4. a$. Pure. 

s&c&ifc madutsu, ». a. To fold, plait, 
or bend, &&>%> madupu, s. A 
fold, or plait. 2. A fold of beetle 
leaf, &c. -^-°ews&&>-& kalumadu- 

tsu, To make urine, lit. To bend 
the leg. 

sSb^b^ 8 madupukatti, 5. A folding, 
or clasp knife. 

j&^b^ maduvu, 5. 0^£ ;fc2&76 ma- 
dugu. NO- 1; 

s£>& maddi, s. The lees, sediment, 



5&s»Xo-Mai?tfgu 



3G7 



s5b^5r-Mattuo'o 



or refuse, of any liquor, adj. Dull, 
stupid. 2. Aukward, clumsy. 

&£h maddu, s. Great heat. adj. 
"Very hot. 

sfc£b*r 8 maddukatti, s. A hatchet. 

s&w7r°#5tftfc» managasanamu,.s. Smoo- 
thing the ground with wet clay. 

sfcrartb managu, p. n. To be bent ; to 
be inclined down. 

sSbra£ rnanata, s. A fold. 

skeS mani, s. A gem, or precious 
stone. 2. The sting of the scorpion. 
s5b«Sg'to3 ) s&^ao^stoo manik attu, 
mariibandhamu, 5. The wrist, lit. 

The place where precious stones 
are bound. 

s&£§X-,sfcj3i? ? &£>&* maniga-manige, 
maniha, s. A shop. ssb^s^sfco ma- 
nihamu, s. Merchandize, trade. 

sfctSccSsxx) maniyamu, s. The superin- 
tendence of a village, or of a Hin- 
doo temple. tfrSabivzh maniya- 
gadu, The superintendent of a 
village, or of a Hindoo temple- 

s&tsoKo manugu, v. n. To be folded, 
or bent, ssbeso^b manutsu, v. a. To 
fold, or bend. 

s$b£3o?fo, s5bfso^) manugu, manuvu, s. 

A maund, or Telugti weight, 
containing eight viss. and of which 



twenty make one candy. 2. The 
multiplication of any thing by 
itself, as defined by the English 
word fold ; as five fold, six fold, 
&c. 3» A pure cloth, as applied to 
the first of the two words only. 

s5bwofio£o;$<>£x> manugubuvvulu, s. A 
sort of sweet cake, made of wheat 
flour, sugar, and butter. 

sfe^&o matamu, s. Purpose, inten- 
tion, wish, mind. 2. A religious 
sect. 

85b"er°2oo, s& - eT , 2^ matabu, mattabu, s. 
A large sort of blue light. 

s5b© mati, s. Understanding, intell- 
ect, mind, common sense. 2. Wish, 
will, desire, inclination. 3. Ad- 
vice, counsel. 

skSo-vfc matintsu, v % a. To value, or 
appraise, vide sfcSo-ifc madintsu. 

s&sr> matta ,s.Intoxication, drunken- 
ness. 

s5b 9e», s5b Sex> mattilu, mattillu, 

v. n. To be intoxicated, to. be 
inebriated. 

&&> mattu,s.Intoxi cation, drunken- 
ness. 2. Pride, arrogance, 3. Rut, 
as applied to that of elephants, 

sSbe&JT'tf) mattuo-onu, v. n. To be 
intoxicated. $ x ssb^o nidramattu 
s, The drowsiness of sleep. 



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sfctfa-Manavi 



s5b &\ti£x, matsaramu, s. Envy, 
animosity, impatience of ano- 
ther's success or prosperity. 2. 
Passion, anger. 

s5b£\ csSoo niatsyanra, s. A fish. 

sjbssfeo^>^>nb, sSbssjg) "fa 553Kb madataye- 
nugu, madaputenugu, s. An ele- 
phant in rut. 

ssbtfsSoa madamti, s. Joy, pleasure, 
delight. 2. The juice that exudes 
from an elephant's temple, when 
in rut. 3. Spirituous or vinous 
liquor. 4. Inebriety, intoxication. 
5. Pride, arrogance. 6. Insanity, 
madness. 7. Desire, love. 

s£>"cr°%>OT& madalintsu, v. n. To grow, 

or shoot out, well, or strongly. 
s&a madi, 5. Mind. 
sfcao-rSb madintsu, v. n. To be joyful. 

2. To be proud, or arrogant. 3. 

To be intoxicated. 4. To be in rut. 
sftao-db madintsu, v. a. To appraise, 

estimate, or value, vide &®o& 

matintsu. 
s&abtfb, sSb&tfM raadugu, madumri, s. \ 

The stone sluice of a tank, whence \ 

the water flows to the fields. 

s&&& maduru, 6. Making in the 
iniiex. Sing, 86**3 maduti, Thatch, 

placed on the top of a wall,to pro- 
tect it from the wet. 
5&g&» maddatu, s. Help, assistance, 
aid, succour. 



s&s-^csSw maddikayalu, s. plu. A 
kind of loose ear-ring. 

s5b"Be> maddela, s. A small drum* 
beat with the fingers, used at na- 
tive dances. 

sftKotfoo madyamu, s. Wine ; vinous, 
spirituous, or fermented liquor. 

s£>$dSs6m madhnramu, adj. Sweet, 
pleasing, agreeable delicious. 

sfcj£>jg) madhuvu, s. Spirituous liquor, 

wine, <fec. 2. Honey. 3. The nectar 
or honey of flowers.4. The month. 
^3 ,^.s5m chaitramu, a. v. 5. The 

n — *> — J - L 

season of spring. 6.The name of a 

demon slain by Vishnu. 
sk£e£» madhyamu, adj. Mean, low. 

vile. 2. Middling. 5, The waist, 

middle, or centre. 2. The middle 

sort. 
sfc#sfc£& manamadu, s. A grandson. 

s£^s$b-o-*e» manamaralu, s. A grand 
daughter. 

sfctfako manamu, pro. We. This pro- 
noun is used by the first person on- 
ly, but applicable to the first and 
second persons conjointly, to the 
exclusion of the third person, 

sb^sSoo-sk^jSo, a&tf&!\ manamu-mana- 
su, manassu, s. The mind ; or, 
considered as the seat of percep- 
tion and passion, the heart. 2. 
Inclination, wish, desire. 

sfctfS), s£>*>3 manavi, manivi, s. A 
request, or solicitation. 



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369 



3&s6*£-Mama^ 



s&S§ maniki, s. Existence, living, 
sfcsoiss&o manikipattu, 5. A house. 

s5bS)cs67r»^b maniyagadti, s. vide «*£ 
a&i^zh mariiyagadu, under ^^ 
oc3&» ma ni yam u. 

sfcSft, ssb$?\ manisi, manishi, s. A 
person ; applied either to males, 
or females. ese&s5b$!\ adumanishi, 
s. A woman. 

a&so manii, v. n. To live, or exist. 
&&&,' ssbss sg> manutsu, manupn, 
#. c. To preserve, revive, or 
protect. 

s6£3sp2& manujudu, .9. A man. 

sfcaolboa, sasbOS manupenti, manu- 
bidi, 5. The female, or white 
footed antelope. sksb^&o manu- 

botu, s. The male, or white 
footed antelope. 

s&&£), s6;&s5m manuvu, manumu, s. 
The settlement of a marriage, 2. 
A husband. s5cr- ?5j s5b vss s5^ mariima- 
numu, The marriage of a woman 
with a second husband/ 

s6sfis5s>g£& manushyudu, s. A man. 

a&^?ej&o manojnaniu, adj. Beauti- 
ful, handsome, lovely, pleasing, 
agreeable. 

s&^tf^sSw maiioratkamu, s. Wish 

desire. 
& S^sT) _2? ssb^sJSs- manovritti, ma- 

navarti, s. Daily house expense. 



jfc^s^s&w manoharamu, adj. Beau- 
tiful, lovely, pleasing. 
skS^ manki, s. frfife ^>a§ maniki. 

afrs^tf mannana, s. Civility, polite- 
ness, respect* 

a&TT^ mann£, s. Prohibition. 2. 
Hindrance, prevention. 

1**^0 4fc mannintsu, *. a?. To excuse, 
pardon, or forgive. *>s^ $ ma- 
nnimpu, s. Pardon, forgiveness. 

sfc^fr^ mannigono, v . a . To kill, 
or slaughter. 

&*%, ma nnu, V- n. vide ssb^ manu. 

&>sb^ mannu, s* Making in the 
infiex. Sing. & c es manti, Earth, 
land, soil, dirt. 2. The white 
footed antelope. In it's second 
meaning, the inflexion is regular. 
sfc^, sSb^oTTtf) mannu, manne- 

varu, s. <plu. Zemindars, propri- 
etors of land. 

jfcs^ mappu, v. a. To break in, or 

train, an animal. 
i sim^mabbu, 5. A cloud. 2. Darkness- 

ȣ,sfca^ nidramabbu, Drowsiness, 

or heaviness. 
s&s&£, ^bs&-5^^»ix> mamata, maraaka- 

ramu, s. The interest, or affection, 

entertained for other objects, from 

considering them as belonging to, 

or connected with, one's- 
47 



sfctffto-MaratiU 



2&<36s5m m a y a m u , T h i s is a 
Sanskrit affix, ; which serves to 
iorm adjectives, attributive of 
that of which a thing is chiefly 
made, or consists ; as tfoessrJ&ct&a&w 
svariiamayamu, Golden. e$\ca;fco3S 
;6w trin amayamU; Made of grass. 
3ti&a&£x> saramayamu, Made of 
reeds, or arrows. 

£oooo£sSs> mayinamu, s. Wax. j&cootf 
$& © mayinapuvatti, s. A wax- 
candle. 

sSoooov niayila, 5. Dirt, foulness, un- 
cleanness. 2. Imaginary impurity. 
adj. Unclean, foul. 2. Impure. 

s&cs&rstfs&a mayuramu, s. The pea. 
cock. 

s£tf mara, s. Any thing of a spiral 
form. s&tf-£o§b maraineku, 5. A 
screw, lit. A spiral nail. 2$otf&&n 
maratsutfcu, s. The screw of any 
jewel, or ornament, which among 
the Hindoos is used instead of 
clasps, 

s5btf S" maraka, s. A stain, spot, or 
blot. 2. A kid. 

j&tf^sSM, s&tf&s'xSao marakatamn, ma- 
ratakamu, s. An emerald. 

sktf -£-*£& marakadu, 5. The native 
commander of a vessel. 

sfctfrtb maragu, v. a. To desire, or 
have a violent inclination. 2. To 



370 &8fr\.Marigo 

love. v. n. To be inched, or devo- 
ted to. 2. To be qualified, experi- 
enced, or accustomed to. 3. To be 
trained. 4. To boil up. &ti'ho& 
maragintsu, v. Cans. To cause to 
desire, or love. 2. To make incli- 
ned, devoted, qualified, experien- 
ced, or accustomed. 3. To train. 
4. To make boil up. 

^tfre^maranama, .9. Death, demise. 

s&tfesex) maradalu, s. vide s&zs&oo raa- 
rradalu, 

sfttfs^ik marammatu, s. Bepair, 
mending. 

s&tfoo maralu, v. n. vide s^ew ma- 
rralu- 

s5b-cpfeo'^'?'s5o5 maratldesamu, s. The 
Mahratta country. s&tt>&&> ma- 
ratilu, s. plu. The Mahrattas. 

s&8 mari, adv. More, further, else, 
again, s^fi-^ marivoka, adj. An- 
other. s&a^K marinni, Besides, also, 
moreover.sSDQoSoSto mariyemi, What 
more ? what else ? s56~3£a"e5tfb ma- 
remiledu, Nothing else, nothing 
more, nothing further. 

s£6l? marige, s. A vessel, made of 

a certain soft white stone. 
s5bQ7r°3oj marigommu, 5. The Calin- 

gala, or outlet, by which the sur- 
plus water flows out of an artifici- 
al Jake. 



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s5bfe5o5b-^Iarratsu 



s&6& maridi, s. vide s&esa marradi. 

s&ecsj-otf mariyada, s. vide k»-cp»<?& 
maryada. 

s5otf> maru, acZ;. And adv. vide ssbeas 
marru. 

s£>i£tfb marugu, s. Shelter, cover; a 
screen or shade, any thing that 
covers another, vide ^&>o tsatu, 
v. a. And n. vide sgbb'/fb maragu. 

s&ebi&j sSd5©^^) marntsu, marichi- 
povu, v. a. To forget, vide j&fes-db 
marratsu, sfceSjo-Jk maripintsu, 
v. Cans. To cause to forget ; to 
divert from a purpose, to amuse 
Avith an underhand design. 

sk&og), s5btf;g) marupu, marapu, v. a. 
To teach, instruct, qualify, or ex- 
ercise ; to break in, or train. 5. 
Forgetfulness. Hoo^sfctfcc&ex) teru- 

pumarupulu, The loss of one's 
senses. 

sfctfcew marulu, s. Love. 2. Lust. 

s5bBbss" maruva> 5. Dumbness, adj. 
Dumb. 

sktfk_&>8fo» markatamu, s. A monkey, 
or ape. 

&$ tf s5*> mardanamu, s. Bubbing the 
body. 2. Rubbing, grinding, poun- 
ding, &c. ska o-^b mardintsu, v. a. 
To beat, pound, grind, or rub. 

sSd^e-^) marnadu, s. vide s&&9oi3~ t> &> 
marrunadu, Under, sfcaw marru. 



s5btfsk> marmamu, 5. A joint, an ar- 
ticulation of the body. 2. A vital 
member, or organ. 3. Secret mea- 
ning, or purpose ; a secret, any 
thing hidden, or recondite. sk£^ 

marmi, $. One that conceals a se- 
cret. , 

s6-tPc£ maryada, s* Continuance in 
the right way, propriety of con- 
duct, steadiness, rectitude. 2. A 
boundary, a limit. 3. A bank or 
shore. 4. Respect, civility, polite- 
ness. 5. Usual custom, or establi- 
shed habit. 

sfcfcs marra, s. vide s&# mara. 2. In- 
attention, forgetfulness. 

s&es&ss marrakuva, s. Inattention, 
forgetfulness. 

sfc63-7r>ex) marragalu, s. A stilt, or 
wooden ]eg. 

s&esKb marragu, v. n. To boil, vide 
c&tfKo maragu, No. 4. 

s&eaKoss 3 inarragudzdzu, s, A dwarf. 
adj. Dwarfish. 

s& ts -»5b , &> fcf> £) 2r* ^mar r atsu,ma rr achi- 
povu, z>. a. To forget. a&«-0"3^s> 
marrachiteppuna, acfo\ Inconside- 
rately. s5oea§>o-& marrapintsu, 0. 
Ctas. To cause to forget ; to di- 
vert from a purpose ; to amuse 
with some sinister design. sftef>$p 
marrapu, s. ForgetMnes 



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s6ar*^^Malara 



ssbes&ex) marradalu, s. The daughter 
of a mother's brother, or of a 
father's sister, if she be younger 
than one's -self, 

s6e=>a marradi, s. The son of a 
mother's brother, or of a father's 
sister, or a man's brother-in-law, 
if younger than one's-self. vide 
■spss bava. 

sfcfcseo marralu, v. n. To return, s&es 
So-tft marralintsii, v. a. To turn 
back ; to recall, ssbesy marrala, 
adv. Again. 

sfceJ marri, adv. vide sfcD mari. 

skeBl? marrige, s. vide s&SU marige. 

skeaa marru, ad/.. Other. 2. Next. 
Mc$>i In return. s&Wgy&i marru- 
nadu, Next day. 

&**»?& marrugu, s. Shelter, cover. 
vide ak&fo marugu. 

c^eao z&) marrupaclu, v. n. To disap- 
pear, or vanish. 

<&*&$ marruva, s. An earthen pot. 

s5ofts»sg marruvu, s. Retreat, shelter, 
cover. 2. Armour, mail, vide &eo> 
Xo mrrugu. 

s&e) mala, 5. A mountain. 
s&°>g malaka, s. A twist j a curved 
line. 



s5o(uX malaga, s. A herd of carriage 
bullocks,. &c. "With empty sacks 
upon them. 

ska fib malagu, v. n. To turn round 
from disgust. 

ckfy-rftj s&ex>-& malatsu, malutsu, v. a. 
To carve, or polish, stone. 2. To 
winnow grain. 

s&'j&alk) malapabarrre, s. A female 
buffalo, which gives milk after 
her calf is dead. 

sfcysgr^^cck malap'jpucheyu, v. a* 
To enclose in an envelope. 

s5be)S5b-i;s5oft5^b, a&<ys5bE)s5j^2& malamala- 
marragu, malamalamadu, v. n. 
To barn fiercely, or violently. 

s6<y&>3 malamu, s. Excretion of the 
body ; as serum, semen, blood, 
marrow, urine, fasces, ear-wax, 
nails, phlegm, tears, rheum, and 
sweat. 2.Sin. 3. Dirt,filth.4.Dregs, 
sediment. 5. Bust, a&ssforc^rr^ex) 
malamutralu, Human excrement 
and urine. 

5&<ycSco malayu, v. n. To wander, or 
roam. &>vox>g malayika, s. Walk- 
ing for pleasure, or amusement. 

j&y^tftfx* malaramu, s. A string of 
glass armlets, such as are worn 
by Hindoo women. 



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sfctfew-Masalu 



s&Stfs&o malinamn, adj. Dirty, filthy, 
foul. 2. Black. 3. Vile, bad. 4. 
Foul, figuratively, soiled with cri- 
me or vice, sinful, depraved, s. 
Fault, defect. ^D^sSx^o^b mali- 
namukhudu, s. The god of fire. 
2. The black faced monkey. 3. 
A vile or wicked man. 4. A dead 
man, a ghost. 

skwo^jfc malukaru, s. The cold, or 
winter, season. 

sfcooflb malugu, v. n. To be extin- 
guished, sfcsosg) malupu, m a. To 
extinguish. 2. To turn, or drive, 
back. 

j&ewflbex) malugulu, s.plii. The joints 
of the back-bone, near the waist. 

sfcoo-&r6£>:> malutsiilu, s. The second 
pregnancy. 2. The second child. 

sSbewsssf^xSM malupakkamu, s. The 
dark lunar fortnight. 

s&v malla, s. A little shallow ear- 

ro 

then vessel. 
s5be) tffc$-& mallatsarratsu, v. a. To 

ro 

beat the open hand on the shoul- 
der, or thigh ; as the Hindoo 
wrestlers do. 

sfce> 8 malladi, 5. Heat, closeness. 

CO 

2fce^&> malladu, v. ??. To wrestle. 

ro 

ske) ob&, s5b"e3 malliya, malle, s. The 
jasmin plant. sfcjgsw mallelu, The 
plural of this word also denotes 



tie irs3cts produced in the worst 
kmi of small pox, which the 
Bi idoos, afraid of offending the 
goddess who presides over that 
disease, do not term insects, but 
jasmine flowers. 

s&e» mallu, s. A monkey. 
sfo'SgsoTfo&malledzanguni, s. A heron. 
s5bl>~7? malige, s. A shop- 
sat*. &>w rnaili, malla, adv. Again 
another time. ssb& mallu, v. n. 

CO 

To return, to turn back, or about; 
to come back. &§ -&> mallintsu, 

no 

v. a. To turn, or drive, back, or 
about ; to recall, or bring back. 

s&^sSm masakamu, s. A musqnitoe. 

s&-£c£*> m a s h a 1 u , s. A torch, or 

flambeau. s5b^e)\, &-&?&•<&* &>!&&. 

shalchi, mashaljivadu, s. A masa- 

Ijee or torch-bearer. 
s5box« s&o> mashi, masi, s. A black 

powder. 2. Ink. adj. Black. 
&>s& mashtu, s. Sediment. 

to • ; 

&%g masaka> s. Dimness of sight. 
sSbr57fb masagu, v. n. To be extended. 

2. To be furious, or enraged. 
s&Stfsfoa masanamu, s. A sepulchre ; 

a burning, or burying, place. 
sfcStf masara, s. Grey colour. 
sfc£ex>, sfc&>e» masalu, masuln, v. n. 

To w T ander, move, or turn about. 

2. To idle away time. 3. To boil 

up violently. 



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ma 



374 



s^k-Mata 



s$b-£r>a-° masala, s. Spicery, seasoning. 
s5bt)25b masfdn, s. A mosque. 

ssb ^sSw, s5b 75&xi mastakarnu, masta- 
mu, s. The head ; the skull. 

s&<& niastu, adj. Abundant, plenti- 
ful. 

5&s^>k& mahajjaru, s. A general cer- 
tificate, signed by all present- 

sfe^sk mahattu, ac?jf. Great, large, 
bulky. 2. Best, excellent, illustri- 
ous. 5. Glory, greatness. 

a&sj-» &qs5»5. rnahatvamu, s. Greatness, 
. — n *^ 
either in bulk, or rank. 

s5bs^7r°2^> mahanadu, s. A general 

convocation of the aboriginal casts 

of the country. 

$&s$-»&p\w niahassulu, s. Produce, 
particularly of the land- the crop. 
j5DS^»vS3T\ex)73r»ex>E-mahassuludarlu 3 5. 
flu. Mahasooldars, officers employ- 
ed to protect the crops from depre- 
dation. 

s&srS-^sxS*^ maharashtramu, adj. 
Mahratta. s. The Mahratta langu- 
age. 

s&an>o6, skgras&sko mahima, mahima- 
% mu, s. Magnitude, as one of Si- 
va's attributes ; illimitability. 2. 
Greatness in general, literal, or 
figurative ; glory, power. 



a&Srx&.&» mahishamu, s. A buffalo. 
s5bSr-«>^x mahishi, s. A female buf- 
falo. 2. The wife of a king, but 
especially the one who has been 
consecrated, or crowned ; a queen. 

s*r° ma, s. A name of Lakshmi, the 

goddess of prosperity, and wife of 

Vishnu. 
s5j^o^s6m mamsamu, s. Flesh. 
s5on.go m6ku, s. A tree in general. 
sj^-t^eS magarii, s. Lands artificially 

irrigated. 
55^-7^$ magani, s. Side, direction ; 

as «$r»sg)£-8&»-7P»turpumagani,The 

eastern side. 
&»~7r>c& magaya,5. Mango pickle, of 

a pungent taste. 
&*fo magu, v. n. To ripen. 

sfc*fc> mata.5- A word, an expression. 
2. Speech. 3. A language. 4. A 
promise- &*br°&> matladu, v. a. 
To speak, converse, or discourse. 
£5o-»&e£-£o matatappu, To fail in 
one's promise, sft-o&s^x matava- 
tstsu, Blame to come. &r»b>ox&\ 
matayitstsu, To. give a' promise. 
s*r»feo-^a matakarij A talkative, 
also an eloquent, person. sSr»fo-!> 
&>j &$&> mata-pfku, tfyu, To fish- 
out secrets. ! 



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s^fcg'-Manika 



s£ni>5 ssa-o ts§ matimatiki, adv. Often, 
frequently. 

ssjx^oo matii, s. A remedy. 2- Ambush. 
3. A time, period, or occasion. 4. 
A piece of metal, put in to mend 
a vessel, v. a- To conceal, or hide, 
s5Jp>&»*oj£& matupadu, v. n. To dis- 
appear, or vanish. sfr-toasSbeaoflb ma 

tumanngu,To be hushed, or silent, 
at night. 

a*r»& mada, s. Half of the coin term- 
ed a pagoda 

s$r»2»*o34», &*dk>~6i>x> madapattu,'madu 
pattu, 5. The crown of the head. 

sfr»e& niadu, v. n. To be burnt, or 
scorched, black. ss-rodSb-tfb, s5>2&\ 
madutsu, madtsu, e?. «. To burn, 
or scorch, black. -acoXsfcos&^&n 
mogamumldtsu, To be sulky. s5^. 
&>^3§k_, sStd^o niaduchekka, raa- 
du, Burnt rice. 

Sor-S^- madki, s. Manner,mode. 2. 
Similarity, likeness. 

^xro^rcsSoo manikyamu, s. A ruby, or 
carbuncle. 

3or«s£ mata, 5. A mother. 2. A name 
of Parvatee, the wife of Siva. 

s£-oir»!>s^e» matapitrilu, s. fhi. Par- 
ents ; mother and father. 

s^'ST's&srco^ matamahudu, s. A 
m ater d al g randf at her . 

ssor*<r°8&Sr» matamahi, s. A maternal 
srrandmother. 



s$cr»&> matu, 5. Checkmate, at chess. 
2. A Yemedy-jvide xZnt>x> matu,ISo.l. 

s5cr»^ matra, adj. Little, s. A short 
syllable. 2. A pill. 

s£r»e£vtfcs&» matsaryamu, s. aicfe skd\ 
»o5w matsaramu. 

Bcn-al? madige, adj. Of or belong- 
ing to the Chundala, of chuckler 
caste. 

«5>»a&, ss^ a madiri, madri, s. A 
pattern, sample, or specimen, adj. 
Similar, like. 

s£r»^SosSc» madhuryamu, s. Sweet- 
ness of flavour, or disposition. 

sScrotf mana, s. A certain measure of 
capacity, of which sixteen make 
one toom, the greatest Telugu 
measure of capacity. 

s5j-»tf s5*> inanamu, s. Measure in gene- 
ral, whether of weight, length, or 
capacity. 2. Arrogance, haughti- 
ness, pride. 3. Civility. 4. Honor. 
In the peninsula, this last is the 
common meaning. aSr^^roK'sfea ma- 
nabhangamu, s. Disgrace, disho- 
nor, sfc^ss, sSr- &» manavati, ma 
nini, s. A woman; as owing pe- 
culiar attention to the preservati- 
on of her honor. s6*#rv>2& manas- 
thudu, A man of high, or strict, 
honor. 

s5cr»($s#£& maiiavuclu, s. A man. 

sSjO^jSm manikamu,*.?ic/e ^£r§s5a> 
manikyanru* 



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a*r*c8fo-Mayu 



s5r*&*~§ man ike, s. vide s&*$ niana- 
s*r»$& manisi, s. vide &,%l> manisi. 
sso-ofss nianu, s- Making in the inflex 
sing, ssj^so, s5^s& mani, manu, A 
tree. 2. Wood. adj. Fit, proper, 
worthy, v. a. To quit, abandon, 
leave off, desist, or refrain from ; 
to renounce, or relinquish, v. n t 
To be healed, or cured. 

sSr»s6^)— sfr-sfcp sScr»«sb-£5o manupiT^man- 
pu, manutsu. v. Caws. To cause to 
quit. &c; to appease, to stop. p. 
«. To heal, or cure. s6-°S)S>o-& ma- 
nipintsu, V. Cans. To cause to 
heal, or cure. 

s£r.3oSx!633 manushamu, ,?• Honor. 

jft-^esSro manyamu, adj. Bespectable, 
venerable, .s. Lands either liable 
to a trifling quit rent, or altoge- 
ther exempt from tax, x&™-$oir>&> 
manyagadu) s. A man holding 
such lands. Stfg^tfcsfco sarvama- 
nyamu, s. lands exempt from all 
tax "whatever. 

&*& mapu, s. Evening, night ; as. 
~5$s5or°$ repumapu, Morning and 
evening. 2. Foulness, dirt, impu- 
rity. In the first meaning, this 
word makes its inflex. Sing. s^g 
43 mapati, v. a. To destroy, or ef- 
face. 2. To make foul, or dirty. 

XtvZ& mapu, 5. Pardon, forgiveness. 2. 
Exemption, 



s^^Kb, a^^7> mabagu, maba, adv. 

Very well ; very good. 
j£r»s& mama, s. A father-in-law. a5cr»^ 

sso^s^b mamamama, «• A name of 

Vishnu. 
tfr*&xrozx> mamulu, 5. Usage ; anci- 
ent, or established, custom. 
s£r*os5 may a, s. Fraud, trick, deceit, 

deception, illusion. 2. Juggling. 

3. Understanding, intellect, &r>a& 

*r*& mayaladi, A deceitful female. 

55crro8&er°^b. mayaladu, A deceitful 

man. 
&natir>& mayavi, s. A juggler, or 

conjurer. 
s£p>csos5qo mayamu, 5. Disappearance, 

vanishing. s*r» «&»&$, afc-.o3STfc&*$ 

mayamavu, mayamaipovu, v. w. 

To disappear or vanish. 

zfactio mayu, 9. ». To be destroyed, 
or effaced. To become foul, dirty, 
unclean, or impure, vide &r?& ma- 
pu, v. a. s6-s^b*t*coSo matstsamayu, 
lit. A spot to be destroyed. To be 
entirely destroyed, or effaced ; 
so that not a vestige, or mark, re- 
mains. 6vgr*ctixs taiamayu, 'Th© 
head not to be cleaned, at the 
usual time. z$vgT*%ftsr>&, talama- 
sinavadu. A poor helpless man; 
as being unable to command the 
comfort of a clean head . 



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sJr*e>-Mal; 



sScn»^rts5pa maranamu, s. Killing 
slaughter. 

s£r»Tr°6os$s> maratama, s. The mista- 
king one for another. 

afr^S^io marfphattu, ,<■. Charge, pos- 
session ; as o^sS^&risSr^^e&^&fa-* 
so v&nnivinimariphattu. chesina- 
nu, I have delivered that man to 
this man's charge. s*r.§£i£>tf mari- 

phattuna, adv. By means of, 
through the means of. 

a$r»?5b maru, #. w. To be changed, al- 
tered, or turned into a new form. 
s. Buttermilk. 2. A second course 
of dishes at dinner. 3. A time ; as 
•"3c£&s*r»&>rendumarlu, Two times, 

twice. *£r»«fcx martsu, v. a. To chan- 
ge, substitute, alter, or turn into 
a new form. 2. To exchange. 3. 
Among the Vaishnavas, to serve 
up food. 

s&-»tfcj marpu, s. Exchange. 
a5j-**5b^tfa> marutamu, 5. Air, wind. 
s5^bb5&&, gr &>&> marutaru,marturu, 

s.plu. Enemies, foes. 
:6-»&k_s5s> markamu, s. Exchange, 

particularly of money. 

sfcntf sfco rnargamu, s. A way, road, or 
o 

path. 2. Means, manner, mode. 

s5^&\ marpu, s. vide under. ;&-»& 
maru, v. a. To kill, or slaughter. 

tfj»«to marrata, adj. Substituted, al- 
tered, changed, adv. In lieu of. 



£^r.ia> marru, adj. Another, other . 2. 

Substituted, altered, changed ; as. 
s£r»eeo&p>ig) maiTiirupu, Another 

shape; anew, or altered, form. 
2. Turned, averted. 3. Bepiying, 
rejoining, answering ; as t^&w 
s5ir-^ marru mata, An answer,, or 
reply, adv. Again. s. A time ; as, 
stos5^> fe£» mummarru, Thrice. 0. 
n. To shew prowess in battle. &. 
ea>r»;&, s^feT 6 ^^ marrukonu, ma- 
rrkonu, To attack, or oppose, in 
battle, a&»g3»2fo marradu, To op- 
pose in argument, or reasoning. 

*fr»«»a© marru dalii, s. A step- 
mother. s5in»«»*^^o marrupadu, To 
disappear, to vanish. s£r»&9osSbtf>$, 
marru manuvu, 5. vide s5a^dbs5c>ss> 
ska mirurnanumu, Under. s&|& 
^ manuvu. 

^ca^ marrpu, v. a vide &•&£ marpu. 

s*r.e> mala, 5. A garland ; a string, 
or wreath, of flowers. 2. A neck- 
lace. 3. A string of beads, a 
rosary, ^o^ss^e) kanthamala, s. A 
necklace. 2. The scrofula, eSt-^ 
-g^&JSo malakarudu, s, A flower 
seller ; a florist, a gardener* 

&nv mala, adj. Of or belonging to 

the Paria caste. s^£)-ir c Smalak:Jc:, 

s. lit' A paria crow. A raven. 
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£»o-&-Minisu 



s5o^?5 mali, s. A time ; as. ^s^O 

okamali, Once. 
sfc,3>s» mali mi, s. Familiarity with 

children. % 
s$r»sx> malu, p. a. To leave, or quit. 

3$S;*r»S>tf> r*ws*fe)tf panikimali- 
na. korramalina, adj. Useless. 
■d-*e)os5j-oex> paluma-ln, To be idle, 
or lazy. 

z&=zx>fo malugu, v. n. To be dis- 
satisfied. 

s£r»"3 male, s. A chaplet, wreath? 
or garland of flowers. 

s*r»f>;C maliga, s. A building. This 
word is tised among the Vaishna- 
vas, with the word ©&> tiro, pre- 
fixed to it, to denote a house ; as 
*£ sstf »r> e 3 So s^PK^r^^devarava- 
ritirumaligayekkada, "Where is 
your honor's house ? -j§e>s&»Prt ne- 
lamaliga, A subterraneous abode. 

s&*oSfe§&> mavatidu, 5. An elephant 
driver, usually termed AMahowt- 

s£n>a mavi, s. The after-birth. 2. A 
mango tree. 

zfr>z& mavu, s. Ahorse. 2- The, co- 
vering a mare; 

?&*%$ masika, s. A patch. 

ss^lx mashtf, 5. »ide s5j» 35 fe§ e& mava- 
tidu. 

t^^S'^ masakairlma, s. A. woman 
who has no breasts, and who is 
never m,enstruous. 



&n>Z&& masamu, s. A weight equal 

to five sixteenths of a'pagoda. 
s5on>^s5a> masamu, s. A month, either 

of the lunar, solar, or any other 

computation of the year. 
s5cr°& masi> s. vide &>%% manisi. 
ss^&g masika, s. A. patch, vide sS^s* 

masika, In the plural, this word 

also denotes Embarrassment, 

confusion, 
sfroftssko masikamu, adj. Monthly. 

s. A ceremony of the Hindoos. 

Si3oK2fl mingada, s« The cream of 
curds. 

saoflo mingu, v> a. To swallow. 
aoo«b£o mingudu, 5. Swallowing. 
aXsooftb digamingu, To swallow 
down. 2. To suppress ; as ^S^sfcs 
aXaso^TT'^ duhkhamu digamin- 
ginadu, He suppressed his grief. 

£ao-& mintsu, v, n. To be above, 
over, or beyond ; to exceed, or be 
excessive. 2. To be high, proud, 
or arrogant. 3. To increase; to be 
exorbitant. 4. To elapse, or expire; 
to be gone bye, beyond recall, v. 
a. To excel, or surpass. 2. To 
transgress, s. Excess. 2. Light- 
ning. 



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SSocaoSb-Minuku 



£oo-&£fo mintsudala, adj. Excessive, 
much. "^oooSdo^ cheyimintsu, To 
beat j to give the first blow. ss» 
sbSoo-ift mundumintsu, To go for- 
ward, or in front. 2. To be preci- 
pitate, or inconsiderate. -^Saoo-do 
panimintsu, Business to go bye, 
or be beyond recall. 

8tto#-?r»2&-£»o£<&, £oo2s&£& minda- 
gadu-mindadu, mindagfdu, s. A v 
gallant, or paramour. £oo2Se/3cp>5 
mindalakori, s. A lascivious fe- 
male, within thirty- six years of 
age. 

ao3k_6os&3, sx>gbk_k>s5co mikkatamu, 
mikkutamu, *. Excess, abundan- 
ce, adj. Excessive, 

sx>§fr-©, sx>76e> mikkili, migula, adv. 
Much, exceeding"^, excessively 
greatly. 

Sto^DSX) migulu, v. n. To be over, or 



above ; to be left, or remain. 



as 



a residue, s. Remainder, residue, 
remnant. s»7foe;13&» migmlabettu, 

eo * - 

v. a. To save or lay up the rem- 
nants. soXer*, Softool migala, mi- 
gula, adj. Remaining. sfoaoabS^Tfosx) 
mundumigulu, To go before, or 
in front. 2. To be precipitate, or 
inconciderate. 

£o&r«8 mitari, s. A cunning person. 
2. A woman, adj. Hard, cruel. 



ao&> mitta, s. High or raised ground, 
ad/. High, raised. sx>&^o&> mitta 
pandlu, Teeth which iut out. £ok> 
sxiew mittamirrru, Very high 
ground. ao^sSb-^-^s^sSw mittama- 
dhyahnamu, Full mid-day. 

ffiofe3££&, SX>clfts5£o mittipadu, midisi- 

padu, v. n. To jump, leap, or hop 

along. 2. To be puffed up with 

.pride, or insolence. aoSftsa-ff^fcx 

midisipaditsatstsu, To die sud- 
denly. 

s»-s-°oob-w mithayi, s. Any sweet- 
meat. 
ao&aocler'Sk midimidiladu, v, n. To 

be excessively hot, as applied to 
- the sun. 
cX>&>§b, SXitsosb miduku, miriuku, v.n m 

To grieve, mourn, or lament. 
£££&-&> midutsu, v. a* To pour drop 

by drop. 
s»go^, sx»2s^ miduta, mi data, s. A. 

grass hopper, 
^eso-^^oewj g^f^NKoex) midtinagulu, 

mirmagulu, s. plu. A sort of small 
deadly snake, which springs at 
the object it attacks. 
SfccaS'ao-sk minakarintsu, v. n. To be 

quite at a loss .what to say, or do. 
£0£3o§o miriukus.Glimmering, spark- 
ling- Stoewgos&tfo miiuikumanu, To 
glimmer, or sparkle. s»rao3o^&>r» 
& minukuchesukonU; To dresi 



SfcjBS^-Minnu 



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£)06j»So-Mirrumi 



ornament one's-self, in a showy 
manner. £o?3o§btfcx£o minukuche- 
yu, To polish, to burnish. 

Sxnoofomy minugurru, 5. A spark of 
fire. £0^ ;& w ^ & fo minugurrupu- 
rugu, The firefly. 

®* CT dk.& ^ivnalli, s. A flea. 

Sfctfsfea mi tarn u,s. Measure. 2. Mode- 
ration, temperance, forbearance. 
3. Limitation, bounds, adj. Mode- 
rate, temperate. 

$x)8 miti, s. Measuring? measure. 2. 
Limit, bound. 

s^>j> mitti, s. Death. 

sx>^,^o mitriidu, s. The sun. 2. A 
friend, or ally. 

sa>j3> s>Dgfl8& midde,middiya,s.A ter- 
raced house, or one with a flat roof. 
2. A house with an upper story. 

sx^sH minaha, s- Deduction, sub- 
traction. 

S»^b^bew minukulu, .5, ^w. The sci- 
ences- 2. Glittering, flashing. 

Sto(3os5oaex) minumulu,s.<p/& The black 
pulse, termed Phaseolus mungo. 
£d<&sS, S»^«S minupa, minapa, adj. 
Of or belonging to that pulse. 

Sds^s minnaka,aefa;.Silently ; quiet- 
ly j without emotion of any kind. 

aos&Nj Sosfc minnn, minu, s. Making 
in the inflex. Sing, s»ofc8 minti, 
The sky or atmosphere. aoso&K"^ 
t»$ minusigavelupu, 5. A name of 



Siva ; as having the sky, to form 
the lock of hair on the crown of 
his head. aasG^-sr-g' minnuvaka, 
The heavenly Ganges. 

s&s&^&s&o mimmatamu, s. Excess, a- 
bundance. adj. Excessive. 

£»tfs5 mirapa, adj. Of or belonging 
to the chili, or red Cayenne pep- 
per plant. sx>tf sS-5-°c*6 mirapakaya, 
It's pod. 

£ott>3 miras'i, s. Meerasi, or heredi- 
tary property in the land. This 
term is equally applicable to the 
hereditary property of the village 
officers, in the lands which they 
hold exempted from tax, or liable 
to a small quit rent only, as to that 
of the villagers, or ryots, in the 
land paying full tax, which they 
hold. SoTr>$T5*&&) mirasidarudu, 

A Meerassidar, or holder of mee- 
rasi property. 

S»3c5J585o3, sxrssfc* miriyamu, miremu, 
s. Used chiefly in the plural s»8 
co5-»ex> miriyalu, Black pepper, ao 
8c*sSsg)£r°& miriyapu podi, The 
powder either of black pepper, or 
of the chili or red Cayenne pepper. 

S»eST&r°^ mirritsupu, s. An upward 
view ; looking upwards. 

SX>6soSX>to3 mirrumitlu, s. plu- Dazzl- 
ing. sx>MoSX>£a?r';sb mirrumitlugonu, 
v- n. To be dazzled. 



ftnfcw.Mitu 



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Bcr» 



£s5x-Mi'samu 



&d&*> mirru, 5. Making in the inflex. 

sing, g^o e^ mirrti, Kaised or high 

ground. 
£»<ys»u milamila, s. Glittering, spark- 



ling. 

aoP j so 9 Kala milli, miiligarite, s.A 
very small iron spoon. 

SX)?SSX>*S misarnisa,s.Glittering, sparkl- 
ing. 

sa?bs» misimi, s- Fresh lustre. 

So&Sko&ew misimintalu, s. Want of 
lustre, unfavorable change of 
countenance, 

SXro 

g*r»ft£ migada, 5. The cream of millc. 
sxnX&tf&M rnigadagattu,The cream 

so 

to form on the surface of milk- 
sxroKS" -ao^s5c» mlgallarnekamu, s. A 

fabulous animal, with eight legs. 
sxr*-7r>ex> migalu, 5. The instep of the 

foot ; the rising upper part of it. 
sxr«"£ewK mijeyyi, s. The back of the 

hand- 
Do-* feo mita, s. A lever. 

ar»fe*> mitu, v. a. To fillip, or strike 
with the nail of the linger 
against the thumb. &£3©or&o vine- 
mitu, To strike the strings of the 
Vina, or Indian lute. tfjr°iroor» 
txnkxi rupaylmitu, To toss up a 
rupee. Tr&sxntix* gollumitu, To 
fillip the nails of each finger, as 



from listlessness. s. A fillip. 2. Ag- 
grandizement 

arotf, »r»£?5o mida, mldanu» postpo- 
Upon, on, over, above. 2. Against. 
3. Of, respecting, regarding. 4. Af- 
ter, beyond. 5. ln.6.By, by mean s 

of.7.At S.with. s5o-^p>c^n c£x>2Sl$s6x> 
■&>& madhyahnammidanenuvasta- 
nu,I shall come after midday 3^ gxri 
sikamida,In future. &tncx&o$xr*z$Z3 
tf^obSss'S ssbupayammidaapamche 
yavalenu s This affair must be effect- 
ed by stratagem. -&*s5$e3<ytfoo»r» 

&'Tr*tfej3£a ipanialasyammidaka- 
valasinadi, This must be done at 
leisure. "j$;&*r>aftoc<sX-cr>s>§^a» 
TCP'sfc nenuvanimldadzagadanikipo 
yinanu, I went to quarrel with 
him. 

ocr»a midi, adj. Upper ; being above. 

ao-»2fcinidu, s. Top, or head. 2. Futu- 
rity. 3. Any thing, particularly 
money, tied up in a knot, and 
vowed to be presented at a future 
period to some deity. 

sambo miru, v. a. To exceed, or trans- 
gress, v. n. To be haughty. This 
word is also the plural of the pro- 
noun, $><$ nivu, Thou. 

sxp>£35c» misamu, s, A mustachoe, or 



tfoooft-Munoi 



182 



s$MO&-Munta 



whisker. It is generally used in | 
tlie plural. §bo£r°^ misalu. 

Sfcn>Stfss*> misaramu, .v. Excellence. 
adj. Excellent. 2. Proud, - 

S5oo 

s5w mu, adj. Numeral. Three. This 
is a contraction of. skr*^ mudu, 
three q. v. , and is used in compo- 
sition only, being prefixed to the 
word with which it is joined, 
which then doubles the first con- 
sonant •, thus, &xr*tso mudu, And 

2zK&» jagamu, The world, make 
sScwk Ksfeoex> mujjagamulu,The three 
worlds. j6»3-:s\sre;s5w mutstsavala- 
mu, Three eighths of a pagoda,&c. 

skioXS mungara, s. A nose ring, 
worn by Indian women. 

sSwoXe> mungala, adv. In front, op- 
posite. j63ooKD mungali, adj, Op- 
site, fronting. 

s&»o-7r>s5a>-£)"3 mungamuchire, s. A 
particular kind of silken female 
garment. 

s5K>o-7^2S»eb>foe>3 mungamurugulu, s. 
plu. A kind of golden bracelets. 

s5*>o$\, sSwofttf mungi, mungisa,s.The 
mungoose. Viverra, ichneumon. 

s5x>oftI) mungili, s. Making in the in- 
flex.sing. {6tt>oftfe5 mungiti, And in 
the nom, plu. *x»oft^ mungilln, 



The court yard, enclosed within 
a native house. 

sSaooKb^ex) mungurrulu, s. plu. 
Curls, or ringlets, of hair. 

s5»>o'7fa-*2> mungopi, adj. Hot-headed, 
or hasty. 

&xo%)^ &, &»o%x>r o & munchikonu, 
muntsukonu, v. a. To surround. 
2. To cover, as applied to heaps 
of insects, flies, &c. Collecting 
upon any thino\ 3. To take out, 
or draw up, any liquid. 4. To dip, 
as a pen in ink, &c. 

s5wo^5b muntsu, v. a. To dip, immerse, 
or sink under any liquid. Figura- 
tively, to ruin ; to vex, or annoy. 

sSMog^tfc mundzuru, s. The eaves of 
a house. 

s5k»o!3 munje, s. The unripe kernel 
of the palmyra fruit, so long as it 
is soft, and edible. 

sfoaolgaxo munjeyyi, s. The wrist. 

s5a>o& munda, s. A widow. 2. A 
whore. &XiOd9Sxr*&&> mundamoyu, 
To become a widow. 2. To be 
ruined. s5wo2si3croa»o-& mundamo- 
yintsu, To make any married fe- 
male a widow. 2. To ruin. s5wo2s 
•3o-°?>mundam6pi,s. A widow. 

s5wo^ munta, s. A small earthen pot, I 
or pitcher. 2, vide &*$ m^na, 



xSM-s^-.-Mukka 



383 



j5m i.Mukti 



tf»o^ESJnS5o& mutamamidi, s. The cu- 
slioo nut tree. Anacardium occi- 
dental e. 

j6moX&5 mundarra, s- Making in the 
inflex. Sing, si»os>el>, sfcoo&a mun- 
darri, mundati, The front. 2. For- 
mer or past time. 3. Futurity, adv. 
Before, in front. 2. First, in the 
first instance. 3. Formerly, previ- 
ously. 4. Hereafter, in future. 

s5s>o£e3, sSa>oSfc3 mundarri, mundati, 
adj. Fronting, opposite. 2. Former, 
previous, past. 3. Future. As this 
word implies both past and future 
time, it's precise meaning is to be 
found by reference to the context, 
and chiefly to the tense of the 
verb. s6«>o£c»g3sjs5b^ mundarrikiva- 
tstsu, lit. To come in front. To be 
promoted. 

sSwotfc mundu, s. adv. And. adj. vide 
sSaooJSfcemundarra. sSsoo&'StfS' mun- 
duvenaka, Fore and aft ; for- 
wards and backwards ; past and 
future. 

sko&k_ mukka, s. A piece, portion, 

fragment, or part. 
sfcaS'k-ofeS mukkanti, s. A name of 

Siva ; as having three eyes. 
aSbo^k-tf mukkara, s. A nose ring, or 

ornament, worn by Indian females.. 

&x>-g*l r -'£o&><z&> mukkakaladirru,i\ n. 

To be clever, or experienced, lit. 
To be thrice heated. 



sSw-r^ew mukkalu, s. Three quart- 
ers of any whole. 

s5x§k_fe3 mulduti,ac/;'. Noseless-, want- 
ing the nose. 

s^xS/y-S mukkidi, 5. An epidemic 
disease, adj. vide s&aS^tfmukkiti. 

s$m§o>_ inukkn, s. The nose, bill, or 
beak. 2. The end, or point, v. a. 
To strain in easing nature, v. n- 
To become spoiled, or damaged. 

sfcogb^go&w mukkukuttu, To per- 
forate the nose. xSxSb^-fejfo muk- 
kuehiclii, To blow the nose. *&Ȥb 
&* ejs5w mnkkudiilamu, The bridge 
of the nose. ss M Sa{ r .tf <ip,ex> muk 
kurandhralu, The nostrils. &*&)_ 
^a mukknpodi, Snuff, ^.^ss^go 

tsannmukku, The nipple of a fe- 
male's breast. 

s^go^-feo^^o^ mukkutapupanche, s. 

A peculiar kind of silken garment. 
j&aSo^ex) mukknlu, s. plu.Yevy small 

broken rice. 
j&o§o^_^ mukkusa, s. A measure of 

capacity, equal to three fourths 

of the Toom, the largest Telugu 

measure of capacity. 

*S» £$0 muktasari, adj. Abbreviat- 
ed, abridged, brief. 

s5m § mukti, s. Final beatitude, the 



delivery of the soul from the body, 
and exemption from further trans- 



aSwTfc-Muggu 334 

migration ; the absorption of the 
emancipated spirit into it's great 
primary source ; identification 
with God. 

*5c»3)sSp>£~ mukhamal, s. Velvet. 

s5m$>s5k> mukhamu, s. The month. 2. 
The face, or countenance. 3. The 
entrance to a house. 4. Com- 
mencement. 5. A means, an ex- 
pedient. 

a5w4P»o^8's5>3 ) s5M4T'o^^s5Mivniukhan- 
taramu, mukhantaramuga, adv. By 
means of, through. 

t5w4r»€)V mukabila, s. Comparison, 
collation, confronting. 

tiMqpcsta mukhyauiu, adj. Chief, pri- 
mary, principal. 2. Urgent. 

sSwKsSw mugamu, s. The face. 

tfx>ftcsft> mugiyn, v. n. To be finished, 
ended, or terminated. s5w5\o-i& ma 
gintsu. v t a. To finish, end, or 
terminate- sfcofto^ mugimpu, s. 
End, conclusion. 

J&3 76&, :6*>Kbtf> muguru, mugguru, 
numeral. Three persons. This is 
the masc. And fern. Form of s&r» 
2& mudu, Three q. v. 

aSsoKb muggu^s. Flour, or powder, of 
any kind, used by Hindoos in or- 
namenting the floor of the house. 
v. n. To ripen. 2. To be spoilt, or 
damaged. 



afeaesTT'-Miidzara 






jSkjK', a&wHbtf mugdha, muguda, s. A 
stupid, ignorant, foolish, or sim- 
ple female. 

s$x>t5\& mutstsata, s. Conversation, 

conference, discourse. 2.An expres- 
sion. 3. A circumstance. 4. Beau- 
ty. 5- Childish play. adj. Beauti- 
ful, elegant, handsome, fair. *&» 
i5\i3c$e& mutstsatapadu, To feel a 
strong inclination, or desire, for 
any thing. 

iSa>«Hel>e£tfi6c» muchchirritanamu, s. 
Perturbation, sorrow, grief. 

ska^KS-r" muchchilika', s. A penal 
agreement in writing. 

s$M-£h£Kbofc> muchchiligunta, s. The 
back of the neck. 

sfa>-£)\e>o, s£»£K®o-tft muchchilu, mu- 
chchilintsu, v. a. To steal. 

sfeo-tSn mutstsu, s. A thief, or robber, 
adj. Deceitful. 

^■Ssmuchche, adj. Of or belonging 
to the Muchi caste, who are ge- 
nerally painters, trunk-makers, 
saddle-makers, paper cutters, &c. 
s. Generally used in the plural, 
sSm^ksw muchchelu, Shoes, j&w^x 
•sr»2& muchchevadu, s. A muchi 
man. s5M"3\2oo-7r>tf> muchcheban- 
garu, Gold-beaters leaf. 

skaa-cr* mudzara, s. Kemission, de- 
duction. 2. A visit. 






8&»££-Muda,ta 



385 



S$»22&S»-MllduSU 



s5x£x°2» ijuUf&]a, s. Lumps of dried 

dung-, used for fuel. 
&x>to& muttadi, s. A siege, or block- I 

ade. 2. Surrounding, environing, 

encompassing-. axo&>g"^;s&> .murta- 
diveyu. To besiege. 

sSocfeS -s"*^ ~£:^^°& inuuikalluvesuko- ! 

£J ro . . ■ . 

ntti *. «• To kneel down. 

sSxta muttu, v. q. To touch. 2. To 
t> 

arrive at, to reach. 3. To bite as j 
applied to snakes only. v. n. To 
be received : obtained, or paid. s. 
The menses, adj. Menstraous. 
sSxeo-^j mufc-avu, v. n- 1 o be menstru- \ 
ous. i5x*,3 tfag' mutiatsavika, A 

to • 

room separate from the house, 
to which females retire when 
menstraous 
*6:>ofe3oik rnuttintsu,». Cans. To cause 
to touch. 2. To cause to arrive, or 
reach ; to deliver, v. a. To give ; \ 
to pay. 2. To kindle, or light. 

s5x^r°s>D muttukoniij v. Comv. To ; 

touch, 
g^tfrfxiw, sS&sSx&a koramuttu, pani- 

muttu, 5. Tools, implements, mate- 
rials. 

ssoolo matte, 5. The beak, or bill, of 
birds. 2. '1 he snout of the hog. 
3. The kernel of a nut ; a fruit 
stone. 

s63>£-5ex> mudatahi, s. plu. Wrinkles. 

2. Knots in spinning, or twisting. 

3. Crumpling of paper, kc. 



s5ȣ, *%>^<s6 Wiudi? mucliva, s. A 
Knot, fexg-^^f mudikalia, adj. 
Knock-kneed ; having the knees 
touching each othe r. &x h oe& a e5b ^> 
mudiyavidupu, s. lit. A knot- 
opener. A pick pocket. ss»il;sak 
mudivadu, v. n- To be tied in a 
knot. 2. To succeed. ^sx^sSxg 
1bfe» boraalumudipettu, To knit 
the eye-brows. 

sSx-a^^x ex> mudijonnalu, 5. jpZw. 
The great millet, or Holcus 
saccharatus, in it's husk. 

s5oaS»^ mudibatta, s. A plain cloth, 
without any border. 

sSx&s/fo mudugu, v. n. vide rSxcsoTto 
mil nu gu. 

s5oo^D\5b mudutsu, v. a. To tie up in 
a knot, or bundle. 2. To dress or 
ornament one's-self, with flowers. 
?;. To bend, as applied to any 
member of the body. tfx2&-&r B £b 

mudutsukoirmr- Camp. To tie in a 
bundle, or knot, for one's own use. 

2. To dress one's-self with flowers. 

3. To bend one's own limbs. 4. To 
shrink, shrive!, or close up. 

s5>:^^), kjoc^ mudupu. muclpu. §. 
A bundle of money, jewels, &c 
2. Ornamenting one's-self with 

flOV- 

s£»do3a ttiudlisu, S. A hone. 
49 



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386 



**»ab&-Muduru 



sxwTi^sSso mudekamu, s. A coin, of 
the value often cash. 

sfc»g mud cli, s. The buttock. 2. The 
anus. sSM&c^ptf muddipusa, s. The 
end, or last joint of the back bone. 

s*x>F3§'Tr=xx>sex) munakaramulu, s. plu. 
Trouble, annoyance. 

sSwreotfb munugu, v. n. To sink. 2. 
To be drowned. 3. To dive, ssaerao 
rtbr^sb munugukomi, v. Comp. To 
lie bent up, with in a narrow 
space. oT'^o23^^j<§^s5ooES^?r o db va- 
duappulatomuniginadu, lit. He is 
sank by debt. He is over head 
and ears in debt. sSao^Ao-ESb muni- 
gintsu, v. a. To immerse, or cause 
to sink ; to drown another. 

sta reo33 muntitsa, v. a. vide sSao^b-iSb 

mudutsu. 
v&»&7$& mutasaddf > s. A writer, 

accountant, or clerk. 
a5ao&>sf, *5c»$$3f mutuka, mutaka, adj* 

Coarse. 2- Opprobrious, abusive. 
aSw e£ss, sSw eSss&D muttava, mutta- 

vatalli, 5. A grand mother. &. A 

great grand mother. 3. An old 

woman. The first word only is 

used in this last sense. 

i^oiF ^ muttata* s. A great grand 

lather. 
s$w Sl§ muttike, §. p'wte &•»&& mu- 

ttadi. 






*x» ©TJ*-i5"<Br»o2&,sS» © xr> 23° gx> mu ttira- 

D M o 

tsavandlu, muttiradzulti, s. phi. 
The caste ol Muterazus, one of 
the Telugu subdivisions of the 
Sudras. 

*foo Hsfco— &k> 9oK3s53o, sSooe£o£» mutte- 

mu muttjyamn, mutyamn, s. A 
pearl, s&w H^©^ muttepuchippa, 

A pearl oyster shell ; mother of 
pearl. 
{6:»j|tf, sSwl^esboS muttaida, muttai- 

duva, s. A woman whose husband 
is alive. 
sdxitr*3> muttovu, s. Saras wati, the 

patroness of learning. % A grand 
mother. 

s6wa mndi, adj. Old, ancient. s5c»a^ 
tfsSoo, ^ooaso muditanamu, mudimi, 
s. Age, decrepitude, sfcoaocfc niu- 
diyu, 0. w. To grow old. &x>&g&> 
mndukadu, s. An old man. £»&£ 
mnduka, 5. An old person. 

8$m&>?6 mudugu, s. Coarseness. 2. 
Opprobrious or abusive language- 
adj. Coarse. 2. Opprobrious' 
abusive. 

sS^tibtfc muduru, v. n. To be mature ; 

to arrive at the period of full 
growth, or maturity. 2. To in- 
crease, s. Maturity ; full growth, 
or age. adj. Matare ; fully grown. 
2. Old, relatively only with others. 
tfcw&tf&tfsS^eo mnduraksharamulu r 
Matured or settled hand writing:* 



s&o£>b-Muddu 



887 



*5x> 25 S'- Mud raka 



tfwsbtfa, s^&SS mudusari, mudusali, 
s. An old person, adj. Old. ^ide 
*5wtfS) musali. s$x&Z£)&#ss» mudu- 
salitanamu, s. Old age. 

sS»25, s6^c5-Tr e ex) mndda, niuddaralu, 

s. vide sSxK niu2;dha. 
9 
«bo£5 mndda, s. A lump, an unshapen 

mass. sk^sTsfesSwmuddakavvamu, 
A peculiar churning staff, .with a 
lump of wood at the point. s5w25-£ 
^ muddapappu, A sort of pease 
pudding, lit. A lamp, or mass, of 
split pulse. 

«5x25^s5b,^»r»o^o m u d d a k a m m a- 
ravandlu, s. p^w. The caste, collec- 
tively > who smelt iron. 

sS»25r*DS» muddakolimi, s % A forge 

a 

for smelting n*on. 
sSoots^oxj, sSx-zt'omts*^ muddayi, mu- 
ddayidaru, s. A defendant at law. 
The term is^oao dayi, is used to 
denote a plaintiff • and this word, 
which also in the original has the 
same signification, in Telugu is 
used to denote the defendant. 

sSxg muddi, s. Calamity, misfortune. 

2. Peril, danger. 
s&oaac6 muddiya, s. A woman. 
*5m25o muddu, 5. A kiss. 2. Affection 

or kindness, especially towards 
children. 3. Joy. adj. Dear, affec- 
tionate, kind. 2. Handsome* 
delicate, 3. Joyful. s5y,*bfe:»©,\tfs*>5 



muddtitungaramu, s. A ring, worn 
for ornament, on the little finger. 
£:»?&-£: few r'rfo, *Si»Tr o db muddupetfu- 
konn, muddadu, 2?. a. To kiss. ss*> 
a-dbx, s5^2Sb *!>&*> mudditstsu, mud- 
dupettu, To give a kiss. s5»gtf^ 
mudduvatstsu, v. n. To be de- 
lighted. 2. To he handsome ; as 
■sr* &>$&-<> ]£> -(3^&)i&K&3tioc& vanni- 
tsuste nakumudduvastundi, When 
I see him, I am quite delighted. 
-c3^&);ft»2fc 35 -$-*&> vadurnudduvas- 
tadu, He is verv handsome. &»& 

Q 

vo&w&X&x) muddulumuta gattu, 

To be exceedingly beautiful, lit 
To tie a load of kisses. 
sko55b23b muddudu, s. An idiot. 

o • 

sfcc^e/fosk mu ddulagumma, s. A 
woman; as if a string of kisses. 

*Scu<£k mudra, s. A seal, or signet. 2 
The impression of a seal; a stamp, 
or print. {&»<©, c-i&, s6»,25 "^cooc mu- 
drintsu, lmidravcvu, To seal. 

sfca^-^&g', r*e> mudra-palaka, kola, 
»\ A wooden stamp, for sealing 
heaps of corn, <fec &» 25 ssb^k mu- 

dramanishi, 5. A person who seals 
heaps of corn, <fec. 
tfw^S'efe- jmudrakarta, 5. A man 
entrusted by a Guru, or other 
priest, with his seal, and deputed 
by him to settle disputes of caste, 
&c.j&» es &&"^a-ixmudratisiveyu.To 
unseal ; to open a seal. 



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Soil "»>o ■ 



Muppu 



sSw.a.b" mudrika, s. A ring' on which 
characters are engraved. 

s&atfs munaka, s. An immersion, or 
plunge. 

s5w;o muni, s. A holy sage, or saint; 
a pious and learned person, en- 
dowed with more or less of the 
divine nature. 

s5s><o muni, s. The end, or point. 2- 
The beginning, or commencement, 
sfca&ssno munipalhi, The point of 
the tooth. s5:a$s5^s3) munimapu, 
The commencement of the eve- 
ning. s&asr*e> munikola, s. A goad. 

s5s>$s&tfs&&> munimanamadu, s. A 
great grand son. 2. The male of 
the fourth generation, in lineal 
descent. 

s53>$£btfs&Tr , ex> munimanamaralu, s. 
A great grand daughter. 2. The 
female of the fourth generation, in 
lineal descent- 

tfx>%c&&s muniyedu, s. The year be- 
fore last. 



sS^siv munishf, 



A muushi, or 



teacher of any language. 

*&»;£> munu, aclj, Former, adv. For- 
merly. In this last sense, it is 
sometimes written 8&»s&^ munna. 

a5o3ssbr , » munukoni, ado. Before, in 
front, first. 2. In former times, 
previously. 



*5<v,;&?6 munugu, v. n. vide sSxc^Xb 

munngu. 
sS^&tffeS munupati, adj. Former. 
s6ws&^) munupu, s. Making in the 

inflex. Sing. &»x>t$& munupati' 

Former times- acfo. Formerly, be- 
fore. 
sSxaaaoo munumu, s. A field of grain, 
of which part has been cut. 2. The 
front, or van, of an army. 3. Auy 
thing opposite. 

;6»fc^«b munnfru, 5. Making in the 
inflex. Sing, sfe^a munnlti, The 
sea.s5co^feSos5A munnitiyaggi, Sub- 
marine fire ; a being consisting of 
flame, but with a mare's head, 
sprung from the thighs of Oorva, 
and received by the Ocean. 

«fc)^PN 6m munnurru, a Numeral adj. 

& sub. Making in the inflex. Sing. 
s5a>s&* c \ feSl munnutiki, Three hun- 
dred. 

a5w^a muppadi, adj. Thirty. 

tf»-5r^©S' inuppatika,5. A three quar- 
ter part of any whole. 

j6»*^s$ muppavu, s. Three quarters 
of the coin termed a pagoda, or of 
the weight or measure termed a 
seer. 

{6>»^8 muppiri, s. Three twists, adj. 
Thrice twisted. 

afer^niuppu, s - Old ago. 2, Deceit, 
fraud. 3. Misfortune, 



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xSasss'Qr^-Muvvako 



**>!£_£•> ik&^iauppai, muppliai, nu- 
meral. Thirty. 
s*»^&, ^^&mubbacU,mummadi, 

*'. Three fold. adj. Treble. awsfo, 
ao^mummadintsu, To multiply 

by three. 

j&isk tfsb&> mummanamadu, s. vide 
tf8a»«fc£s&2& munimanamadu. 

«Saa-s6jtf6» mummararau, s. Vehe- 
mence, excess, violence ; especial- 
ly of pain, or disease, the ele- 
ments, the sea &c. ^^80^ 
raummarintsu, To grow vehement, 
excessive, or violent; especially 
as applied to disease or pain. 

tfcos5a-°,«» mummarra, s. Making in 
the" inflex. Sing. sfe>s53^& mumma- 
ti, Three times, adv. Thrice. 

sS»-a» $-5F>ex) mummonavala, s. lit. 
An instrument with three points. 
A Trident. 

sSwcsSoe muyyu, v. a. vide s&r*cs£3 
miiyu. 

s5K>tfs5!»tfer>£sb muramnraladu, v. n. 
To evince anger. 

s5ao8§ muriki, 5. Filth, dirt, nastiness. 
adj. Dirty, soiled, unclean. 

*5c»8-£>s5w, s3^?5b^) muripemu,murupu, 
s. Exultation, joy, gladness. s5m 
8ccco muriyu, e. n. To exult, or 
rejoice. 2. To evince a strong de- 
sire. 



ska&Ko murugu, v- n- To putrify ; to 
become rotten, or putrid, s. A 
bracelet. 2. An ornament worn 
on the tip of the ear. 
s53obb5g) muruvu,5. Beauty. arf/. Beauti- 
ful. 
85»fels5Mfe§ murrimurri adj. Very lit- 
tle, inconsiderable; as, sS^eJs^&S 
4b 3" & murrimurri chikati, Inconsi- 
derable darkness. 
sSM^a murru, s. A piece, or bit. **»&§ 
da&a murriyu,?.a. To cut into piec- 
es, or bits. 
s5aa«», sSooMo^ex) murru, murrubalu> 
s. Milk for the first seven clays 
after birth. 
£»©§, sSao^k- muliki, mulki, s. An 
arrow. 2. The point of an arrow. 
sSasex), sS^ew mullu, mulu, s. Making 
intheinflex. Sing. &oofe3 munti? 
And in the nora. plu- s&»o£3o mun 
dlu,A thorn. 2. A spur. adj. Thorny, 
prickly. 
s5ooew*!o-»<y rnulukola, s. A goad, sfeoo 
2s-o3oa mundlapandi, The porcu- 
pine. s6»3e>3-7^)T5b\r*ab, -p^bx) mullu- 
gutstsukonu, natu, A thorn to 
pierce, or prick. 

*5m"c3 mulle, 5. A bag, or bundle, of 

money, or jewels. 2. Property in 
general. 
s$*>sSQ§ r£ "2 muvvakocle, 
i in training. 



s. A bullock 



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390 



«&j-*2&.Mudu 



&»ss^&> muvvalu, s. phi* A kind of 

foot ornament. 
*&»?#q& muvvuru, numeral, vide s&o 

7fo& moguru. 

a5a>sS.y.tfs5Mmuslikaramu, adj. Obsti- 
nate, stubborn, s. Obstinacy. 

s5o3?x mushti, 5. The fist, the clench- 
es 

ed hand. 2. The hilt, or handle, 

of a sword. 3. A handful of grain 

given as alms. <&K>%\-tfex>&> mushti. 

chanudu, A wrestler, boxer, 
s&otftfb, ska&>& musaru, musuru, v. a- 

To collect, or gather, in a crowd; 

to settle upon any object, as flies, 

or insects ; to surround. 

stotfwsSw rnusalamuys. A pestle, par- 
ticularly a wooden one, used in 
cleaning rice. 

sfcotfg) musali, s. An old person, adj. 
Old, aged. *&»tf8e£tf s*» musalitana- 
mu, Old age. 

*S»6ogo, **»&>Kb musuku, musugu, s* 
A veil. 2. A cover of cloth. *$»;& 
Xo£2& musugupadu, v. n. To be 
veiled or covered. 

s5x>6o& musuru, s. A constant or 
continued rain. v. «. vide, sSwtftfc 
musaru. 

**» ^25 & mnstadzaru, s. A renter, or 
farmer. 

«6»^&mnstadu,a$. Prepared, ready- 



s&iSmre j?;5m rnuhurtamu, s. A divi- 
sion of time, the thirtieth part of 
the day and night. Or an hoar of 
forty-eight minutes. 2. A period 
selected, and fixed, for any impor- 
tant ceremony ; as for a marri- 
age, &c. 

2fcn>?f muka, s. An army. 2. A mul- 
titude, concourse, or assembly. 

S5b3-Ȥb2& mukuclu, s. Making iri the 

index. Sing. &n>&& mukuti, An 

earthen plate, used for covering 
pots. 

j5bx*xmuga, s. Dumbness, adj. Dumb. 

s&reKo mugu, v. a. vide ss&otftfc musaru- 

s&n>&r^-& mutstsutsu,*. a. To smelh 

by applying to the nose. 

ssbr^ta muta, s. A bundle, parcel, or 

package ; a load carried by a 
man ; a bale. 

skrefeosSw niutamu, s* A lump of dried v 
dung, used as fuel. 

s&re2& mudu, numeral adj. or sub. 
making in the inflex. Sing. 5fcr»*3* 
s5»r»clfe5 miiti, miiditi, Three. v> n. 
To be ended, or terminated ; as 
o^{0sesoaco;#s5cxr«>goa vanikiayuvu- 
mudindi, His life is ended. 2. To 
happen, or occur ; as, ^t&tfxrt&j 
chetumudu, lit. Ruin to occur. To 
be ruined? or 'destroyed. 



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391 



sSw-e ^sSx-Murtar.in 



s&r*^a&» miidhamu, adj. Foolish, ig- 
norant. sSa-e^qsiM mudhatwamu, 
s. Ignorance. 

s&n>^ miita, s. A cover, or top, for 
shutting, or closing up, that on 
which it is placed. 2. Shutting, 
closing, or covering, s5kt»c£s5^ mii- 
tapadu, To be shut- "^^ewsftx^sS 
sso chevulumutapadu, lit. The ears 

to be shut. To be in a state of in- 
sensibility. 

$&r«i$*2De; miltaballa, s. A plank at 
the point of a shelving roof, to 
cover, or conceal, the beams which 
support it. 

sxxr°& inuti, s. Tiie mouth. 
£xn>,&jt&>3 mutramu, s. Urine- s&ra 

^©.o-ufe miitrintsu, v. a. To. urine, 

to make water. 
s&rosSo-vk mudalintsu, v. a. To re- 
mind, to caution. 
'0&xr>$ muna, s. The chaff of castor 

oil seeds. 
&xn>$) mupu, s. The upper part of 

the back, 
sfer^tf &» mupuramu, s. The hump 

which Indian cattle have on the 

shoulders. 

$xr°G&> muyu, v. a. To shut, or close- 
2. To cover. 3. To spit. ;sbcr»cxx>o-t& 
miiyintsu, v. Cans. To cause to 
shut, (fee. s&r*coor*rfc miisukonn, v. 



Comp. To shut, &c, for one's own 
use, or benefit, or any member of 
one's own body. v. n. To shut of 
itself. g'o£?bs5b3-»6or o R$b kandlumu- 
sukonu, lit. To shut the eyes. To 
die. ikr*&5b3r°&)r ,> £b norumusuko- 
nu, To hold one's tongue, to be 
silent, lit. To shut the mouth. 

ssbcrrtf mura, s. A cubit, the measure 
from the point of the elbow, to 
the extremity of the fingers. 

^bj^6^^_^b inurkonu, v. a. To smell, 
by application to the nose. 

?5b3-°tf ssao miirkhamu, adj. Foolish, 
ignorant, stupid, idiotic. 2. Obsti- 
nate. 

s&r°& murkhu, s. An idiot. 2. An 
obstinate person. 

s&r°Sv murchha, s. A swoon, or faint. 
s&r»eN!yo murchhillu, v. n. To 
swoon or faint. s>bx*8\e^K85M mu- 
rchharogamn, The epilepsy- sfer«>8\ 
^-s^ murchhapovu, To swoon 
away.skr»tf\He)cvk> murchhateliyu, 
To recover from a swoon. 

gxn> tfsfco murtamu? s. vide sSoosrwr* 
tfxxw muhurtamu. 

sixn> tfs$x> murtamu, adj. Fainting, 
fainted, losing sense or concious- 
ness. 2. Solid, material, endowed 
with form or shape. 



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392 



•So&.Metta 

eo 



s&r°e> mil la, s. A point of the com- 
pass; a quarter, or direction. 2. A 
corner. 3. A braid, or tress, of a 
female's hair. 4. A retreat. 5. A 
herd of loaded cattle. 6. A heap 
of the loads of cattle. 

s>w-o2;s5w mulamu, s. A root ; the root 
of a tree. 2. Origin, commence- 
ment. 3. Capital, principal. 4- llie 
original text of any work, as op- 
posed to the Tika, or comment. 
5. Means, 6. Csase. adj. Main, 
principal, original. 

sSbcp^jskoT^ mulamuga, adv. By means 

of, through. $o^y^-$xr°v-5r»£§ i $xrr> 

v&og mulamu » mulavyadhi, muia 
sank a, *'. The disease termed the 
piles, ^oo^ej^^iooo muladhanamu, 5. 
Capital, principal, stock. 
sSocroyofib mulugu, v. n. To groan, to 

moan, to make any noise from 
pain. s. A groan, or moan. 

ssbcr* ve s6oo mulyamu, 5. Price. 2. 

Wages, hire. 
7ten>%> rnuli, s- Maim, or defect, adj. 

Maimed, broken, cut off. 
s5oo-t>s5 nniva, s. Dumbness, adj. Dumb. 

vide s$xn>X muga. 
sSoo^js., ssbare js m li s h a , musa, s. A 

crucible. 2. A mould. 
5&r° is^ aw mushakamu, s. A rat, or 

mouse. 



S5b 



S 



mrigamu, s. An animal in 



S&\K«6cx> 

general. 2. A deer, or antelope, 
sfcv ©§", ^\^> mrittika, mrifctu, 5. 

Earth, clay, soil, 
skv&ocjg) mrityuvu, s. Death. 

sfc\25oXsS» mridangamu, 5. A tabor, 
or small drum. 

"3o 



*3oo^o menclu, s. Abundance, excess. 
ad?\ Abundant, excessive. 

-goo© menti, s. Commonly used in 
the plural -soo^oew mentnlu, Fenu- 
greek. Trigonella fasnum gra^cum. 

•goS'ska, *So\'s5oo mekamu, megamn, s. 
vide 86vX*&» mrigamu, 



•So So j,- mekku, 



a. To eat. 



*soi^> ■so^r'sb metstsu,metstsuko 
nu, v. ot. To applaud, approve, 
praise, or commend. The former 
word also denotesas a s.Applause, 
commendation, approbation, vide 
-go-^o, meppu. 

•gofeSI metike, s. The noise arising 
from cracking the joints of the 
fingers, &c. -aotflaoS&iSa metike 
luvirutsu, To make that noise, by 
pulling the lingers, &c. 

•g»fc> mctta.s. Raised, or high, ground; 
ground not irrigated artificially. 



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15o*& 



S^-Meppu 



•Sofco mettu, v. a. To trample, to 
tread, s. The step of a stair 2. A 
step, or degree. 3. A custom 
house, or place .where toll is levi- 
ed. 4. The total, the whole. 5. 
Curds with a proportion of water. 
6. A stop of the Vina, or 
Hindoo lute. This noun, in it's 
irregular plural "Sd^m metlu,Also 
denotes Shoes, slippers, or sandals. 
"SotuS* mettuku, adv. lit. To the 
step, to the whole. At least, at 
any rate. 2. At last, in the end. 

s^ti meda, s. The neck. •2»&r*o§bex> 
medakonkulu, s. plw The collar 
bones, -?x>ci£r°o$ medapompu, ,9. 

The back of the neck. -gb&sbX'&o 
medanugaf.tu, lit. To tie on the 
neck. To force, constrain, or obli- 
ge. -ao^£^*jo mecjabattinuku, 
To push by the neck. -30&/&& me 
dagudda, A neckcloth. *ao£&p>e)o, 
"saorso-*, ex> rnedanulu, mennulu, lit. 
Neck threads. An ornament sus- 
pended from the neck, made of 
gold 311 threads plaited together - 

"SoSo^s metuku, s. A grain of boiled 
rice. 2. Boiled rice collectively. 

"2jo^o^> inetuvu, adj. Soft, mild. 

-5o_J metta, .7. Bedding ; any soft 
staffed substance. 

•& ^tv* mettaga, adv. Softly. 2. 
Slowly. 



Tte &# mettana, s. Softness, meek- 
ness, mildness. 2 Tardiness, slow- 
ness. 

-Bo &a mettani, adj. Soft, meek, mild. 
2 Slow, tardy. 

•SaeSo mettu, v. a. To smooth a sur- 
face, by plastering it with mud. 5. 
The mud thus used.- 

-&>&&} medadu, s. Making in the in- 
flex. Sing. *2»&feS medati, The 
brain. 

■aa^ex, -soe^ex) medalu, medulu, vn. 
To move, or shake. 2. To wander, 
or go about. &-°§'<yo*3D*&ew rukalu- 
medulu, Money to be in hand, -go 
a&o-ik medilintsu, v. a. To move, 
stir, or put in motion. ^db^BDo 
•15b norumedilintsu, To speak. 2. 
To be eloquent, clever, or able. 

•Sozfcgi medukiv.flzWe-so&agb metukti. 

"Sosfc)(b medugn, v. n. To be pound- 
ed. 2. To be inured to, to be well 
versed in- 3. To associate with. -2© 
26 ^> m'ednpu, v. a. To pound, or 
grind. % To inure, to qualify. ,v. 
Any tiling mixed with flour, to 
thicken it in baking. 

-Socfcjg) meduvu, adj. vide "Sd^o^ me- 
tuvu. 

•ao^jo meppu, s. Approbation, ap- 
proval, commendation. -s©?ko-& 
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■ssae) tf-Mellana 



meppintsu, v. Cans, To cause to 
approve, or applaud, -s^i^o^r 6 ^ 

mepj onu, v. Caus- Oomp 

Xo o.iiise to approve, or applaud, 
one's self, vide -gc^bx jnetstsu. 

*a>o» meyi, s. The body. 2. Time, 
period Postpos. Used in books 
only. By, by means of. 

-2»o»r > xo meyikoDU, v. a. To seize, 

or fake hold of. 
Ibbfeoc' meyyu, b.az vide -&,csk> meyu. 
'gntfg meraka, s- -i-.aised, or high, 

ground. 
*3o5"s»tf meramera, s. Perplexity. 2. 
• Doubt, suspicion. 
-Satf'5»?5'ir°£fo roerameraladu, v. n.To 

feel pain, as the eye when any 

sriialf substance enters it. 

-3otf;5;$ ineravadi, s. A procession 
through the streets. 

•Jte812) itffc'&o merikebiyyamu, s Un- 
broken rice. "So e "S.s^ofeS -5^ r^ me- 
ri: elavantJVr n la, 5. flu. Men 
perfect, either in body, or mind 

*g©8.-jMo Sn^jr&o meriyu,iuerrayu, #.??. 
To lighten, as lightning. 2. To 
glitter, glare, or slrne. -srj5§>o-& 
meripintsu, v. Caus. To cause to 
lighten, or to shine, &c 

•&>#&> merugu, s. Polish, brilliance, 
shining, brightness, gleam, lustre. 
2. Oil. 3. Ghee. *a»»joAb^43» meru 



gubettu, v. a. To polish. •**>*> Kb sb 
^)^<b?fo meruginlupurugji', The fire 

fly- 

"2»&$, ■gtoaso^i merupu, rnerrupu, s. 

Lightning. 2. Glittering, shining, 
lustre. 

•aa&*v» merumu, s. Lightning. ©. w. 
'I'o lighten as lightning. 

-Sofe5^K>oPx> merramulu* s.plu. Exhibi- 
tions of tumbling. 

"So'-L&exj melakalu,6\|5?w. Trick s,frands. 

"So - ac, "^,ewfib melagu,melugu,«;. w. To 
associate with. 2. To act accord* 
ing to another's wishes.vide 7bw& 
meiapu. 

•ao e: a, -3ow&>r melata, melatuka, 5 
A woman. 

•3oe.$$) melapu, e\ a. To cause to 
associate with. 2. To cause to act 
according to another's wishes. 5 
Association with others. 2. Con- 
duct, behaviour. 3. Cleverness, 
experience. 

*So©, ■ao«"§ meli, inelike. s. A twist 
-got) mella, s. A squint, squinting, 
acfy'. Squinting. -goo ^o^ mellakan 
ti, adj. Squint eyed, s- A crow. 
-2o^T&r»sg);&ro-tfc mellatsuputsutsu, 
To squint, lit. To look a squinting 
look- 

•aoe) tf m ell ana, $. SI own ess. 2- Gentle- 

CO 

ness, -«»£) 7T 1 , -ao?) 7r* mellaga, me- 



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395 



■^tftf-Medara 



Uiga, adv. Slowly. 2. Softly. *s»e> 
a mellani, adj Slow. 2. Gentle. 

-Sotr* mella, s- A hall. 

-Sa&SosS' melukuva, 5. Wakefulness ; 
watchfulness. 2- An expedient, or 

, stratagem -ao&^sKe) melukuvaga 
la, adj Watchful, on one's guard, 
careful, cautious 2. Artf J, clever 
-3o&Sbsf"^£)o<J$o melukuvagavun- 
du To be watchful, or cautious ; 
to be on one's guard, "ao^&ssss^o 
meln kuvapa lu, To be roused. 

"SoiS/fo, -g»J$^> mesaga, mesavu, v. a- 

To eat. 
*3a^^ao mehanatu, s Labour, toil, 
trouble, exertion, pains, difficulty. 

•&> me, s. The body. 

"&^ meka, s. A goat. -^qS'&ocI meka- 
dindi, s. A wolf. -&>§-&**&> meka- 
potu, 5. A he-goat, -gng-xr** me- 
karasi, s. The sign Aries, in the 
zodiac. -&o&£ptfs»o mekasoramu, 5. 
One of the seven primary notes of 
music. ■&$&« mekapilla.s.Akid. 

"5»o*9-&g'peutimeka. j. A she-goat. 
t&>& meku, 5 . A nail, tent pin, or 

hook. 
-&>r , tf> mekonu, v. a. vide -g a0 x>r , & 

rneyikonu. 
•&*> megu, v. a. vide -&>&> mettu. 



-fe^sfco, •&>£»<!& raeghamu,mfghudu, 
5-. ^ cloud- 

iozr' mija. «v. A table. 

itofeS mod, a$. First, chief, excellent, 
noble, s. A heap. 2. The chief, or 
head, of a body, especially of un- 
der ryots. 

-£xi& mJ.ia, 3- A house of two or more 
stories. 

"SSod me-.ji. s. The glomerous fig tree. 

Ficus glomerata. 2. That part of 
the plough-haudie which joins in- 
to the plough, -&>&^s melit -ka, 
s Thar part of the plough-handle 
which is held in the hand. -&>3&*> 

meflisila,^. The naii or p n, which 
fixes the handle to the plough 

~£x>& met a, s. Pasture, forage, food 
for any animal. 2. Grazing- vide 
-gocsabo rneyu 

-§x>£Q metari, s. An eater 2 A mais- 
try, or head of the lower castes, 
such as of the palankeen bo}'s, 

washermen, cowherds, toddy draw- 
ers, &c. 

■&&3b.&> medakudu, 5. A meek, or 
mild man. io?,5oa'^ m'dakuralu, 
s. A meek, or mild woman. --^^^ 
rS'^j madatanamQ, s. Meekness, 
mildness. 

-&&& mcd&iw, adj. Of or belonging to 
that peculiar caste who cut bam- 
boos, and live by selling them, or 
bast ets, &c. Made of them. 



"SoooSo-Meyu 

*&oaa medini, s. The earth. 
-£o* mena, adj. Connected through 
a paternal aunt,or a maternal un- 
cle. -&># Tfo^-x) monagodalu, 5. 
The daughter of a man's sister, or 
of a woman's brother. ;&>tf«o>& 
meualludu, s.\ The son of a man's 
sister, or of a woman's brother. 
- "&s^_g menatta, s. A paternal 
aunt, or the wife of a maternal 
uncle. i&o»sir»s5o inenamama, s. A 
maternal uncle. iibtf^s> menaba- 
va,s. The son o^a paternal aunt, 
or of a maternal uncie, if older 
than one's self. If he be younger 
than one's-self, he is termed -J^ 
^Q. menamarradi. -^ssa^ me- 
navariine, s. The daughter of a 
paternal aunt, or - of a maternal 
uuc;e, if Older than one's-self. If 
she he you ger than one's-self, 
she is termed -&, < s&^s^ mena- 
mHrradalu. 
Tfeto mmu, s. The body. 
*&>-£a mepari, s. An eater. 
"&>crt» meyu, n. a. To eat food, as ap- ' 
plied to any animal ; to graze, or 
eat grass. 1*0^ mepu, v bans To 
cause animals to eat ; to feed, or 
graze, cattle, &?c. s. vide %£ m£ta. 
"&>>c-&> mepintsu, v. Cans. To 
cause another to feed animals, or 
to tend cattle ij 



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"io'xS^-Meluko 

1&>S mera, s. A limit, or boundary. 
2. An instalment, 3. A quantity of 
corn, given from the thrashing 
floor, to the hereditary servants 
of the village, as their establish- 
ed fees of office. 

-ix>63& meruvu, s.A bead, suspended 
from the clasp of a. necklace. 

-£o»;*v>o melamu, s. Laughter, ridicule. 
-sb»j37-<^o melamadu, To laugh at? 
to ridicule. 

-5fcD£D rMimi, s. Pure gold. 2. Ad- 
vantage, profit, 
-skew melu, s. Goodness, excellence. 
2. Worthiness, fitness. 3. Happi- 
ness, prosperity- 4- Kindness, be- 
nefit. 5. Success, adj. Good, bet- 
ter, noble, excellent 2. Fit, pro- 
per. 3- High, lofty, adv. Above, 
up, interj Expressive of appro- 
bat, on. -ioexr&w mehikattu, s. An 
awning. -&D<yoTr"1 melurasi, s. A 
heap of grain ready, or fit, for 
measurement. -&>eo^cxft> m'miche- 
yu, To do a kindness, or favor ; 
to bestow, a benefit. "i»*yc^o&>?&> 
meluyerugu, To be grateful. 
"So sx £~* & --fa er* Cr _ <& , -£a v^ «•> mel u ko_ 
nu-melkonu, melkanu, v. n. To 
awake of one's self, to be awake. 
2. To be on one's gaurd. 3. To be 
roused. iiewrtv^j meiukolupu, To 
awake another. ^wVvojfavd me- 



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g'tf.Mokara 



lukolupulu, s. plu. Songs, used to 
awake the great. 

*&>ex>£>o© melubanti, 6-. An excellent 
person. 2. A piece of good writ- 
ing, to be copied by a person lear- 
ning to write, adj. Excellent. 

-ioS'tfoo melamu, s. A band, set, or 
company of dancers, or of singers. 
2. The music used by them. i&$ 
-**£o melagain, s. A musician, or 
dancer. 

"&>?£> o-&> melavintsiv v. a. To mix. 
2. To unite in harmony the sound 
of various instruments. 

-So mai, s. The body. i&>5\e=>jg) maigi 
rrapu,To stretchout the members 
of the body, »s when first awake, 
■aasg-*^ maiputa, s. vide &cKtj°K 
sSoo angaria gamu ^sfcis^ maima- 
rrapu, s. Armour ; mail. 

-acg'sSx) maikamu, s. Intoxication. 2- 
Insensibility 3. Drowsiness. 

-Sor"s>a maikonu, p, a To agree ; to 
consent. ikr^maikolpu,^ Calls. 
To cause to agree, or consent. 

-SosT'eb maijaru, s. That end of a 
Hindoo female's garment, which 
is thrown over the shoulder. 2. The 
ornamented border which runs 
across that end. , 

i&>,s maitri,. s. Friendship. 



"2D-cr».tf<$>3 maidanamu, x. A plainer 

open field, 
•go^maidu-.s An enchanting powder, 

which allures the person on whom 

it is thrown, to follow the other 

who throws it. 

*Sotfxx>o mainamu, s. Bees ; wax. "5»^ 
j&s 8 mainapuvatti,s. A wax can- 

— a 

die. 
tsbv maila, s. & adj. oide 's^ocos) ma 

yila. 
■Sotido «fs5x? mailatuttamu, s. vide & 

o — o 

owej»o <i<6*> mayilatuttarnn. 

TcooS mondi, adj. Stubborn, obsti- 
nate, perverse. 2. Maimed, defec- 
tive. -£)jocS-"acooJ£o, "Scoc&^tfsfca 
mondi -mondu, monditanamu, s. 
Stubbornness, obstinacy. 

-aa>o"3*c» mondemu, s. A headless 
trunk, or corpse.-a»o"2^>-Jv*85>amon. 
depugimu, s. The moon's ascend- 
ing node, personified as the giant 
Rahu, without a head. 

-assies s*r- mokaddama, s. Matter, af- 
fair, subject, business ; cause, in 
law. 

-aȤ"tf**o mokaramn, s. A post, or 

* pillar. -ac^Qgo^tf mokaritumme- 

da, s. A large black bee, which 
makes it's nest in wooden posts, 
and pillars. 



-ax.^^-Mokhasa x . 3D 8 

iScoS^ao mokarraru, adj. Certain, in- 
fallible, established fixed. 2. Ap- 
pointed. 

-a»-r*6ir» mokablla, s. Comparison 
collation, confronting. 

-s^-g-".^ mokamu,s Dwelling ; place 
of residence. 

"Soo^ mokka, s. A germ, or young- 
plant. 2. bluntness. 3. Disgrace. 
•^oo^ r ^^ mokkabovu, v. n. To 
be blunt. 2. To be disgraced -&» 
S^-^^o mokkachedu, v. n. To be 
disgraced- ~2co3'( r .' : 3ea-&> mokkache 
rratsu, v. a. To disgrace. 

-aoaS'k-af^^N mokkadzonna,s. A large 
species of the great millet. 

-&x>3k_dJ!& mokka tidu, s. An obsti- 
nate man.2. An elephant, without 
tusks. 

-SxaZij-Zgo mokkadu, s. A clever, able, 

or strong, man- 
's^ sf i^ v s*» , -a» g^-tf si» mokkalam' i , 
mokkaramu, s. Obstinacy, stub- 
bornness. ■ 
-Soa&k- mokku, v. a. To prostrate 
one's-self. 5. Prostration, salutati- 
on . *a?o Sc^ r* ^mok k u k onu ,v ■ Comp . 
To vow. -a»&k_»& mokkubadi, s. 
A vow. 
~2xx>qr* -£r» mokhasa, adj. Rent free, 
exempt from tax. 






-&xK moga,- «$'. Male. .?. The point, 
or commencement. 2. The mouth 
of a ri » er, &c -aa-. x a a $fe mogata- 
namu, .?. Manhood, manliness. i&» 
X«j-»£fo mogavadu, s. A man, ^xa 
Xa mogadi-, a-. The male of any 
animal. 

-3»XtS mogada, s. A bnd. 

-&»X*fc» moaamu, s. The face, visage, 
or countenance. -a»Xsjj»fc>i6» moga 
matamu, a*. Complaisance 1 , -s>x>x*»> 
3 8^0 3a roogamutappiutsu, To 
disappear, or abscond. 

-aooft mogi, s. A time, generally used 
with ^^(y- okka, Prefixed ; as z, 
S^-SodA okkamogi, At once, to- 
gether, at one time- 

"aoo^btSb, "Sao«b<^ mogutsti, mogud- 
tsu, v. h. To close, or shut up. 
especially -as applied to flowers, or 
the members of the body, 

-sco fo£& mogudu, s. A husband, vide 
j&Xek) magadu. 

-a»«bex> mogulu, s. A cloud, -soafiboo 
■2T»e moguludari, s The sky, or 

atmosphere. 
sasK mogga, s. A bud. 
TtaiX Stfoa moggaramu, .?. The array 



of an army. 



v. n. To incline, or 



-^fo moggu, 

lean, to one side. 2. To trip. 3. To 



-a»3e»-Modalu 



399 



-ScotfsScw-Ivioramu 



consent, or agree. 4. To interfere..? 
Learn, ng,orincH ling, to one bide. 

-Sjoo&w iuoi.tu. c a To beat with" the 
fist 01 1 a hard body, so as to pro- 
duce m noi^e- 5. A blow of this 
kind. It is also termed -ac&^-ycxss 
inottikaya 

t&» & mOtta^.The corner of the wail, 
near a door. 

-Sa-> ^sw m'ottamu, s. The total or 
'whole. 2. A flock, or mulikud'e. 

Tkc&> mottn, v. a. To smitei beat, or 
strike. -200 Soak mottir,fcsn>. Oaus. 
To cause to smite, &c -&5&£»-sfi 

c 

mottukonu.a.C'o??^?. To beat one's- 
self. especially upon the mouth, 
in token of grief. 8. To grieve,or 
lament. 
-Sx»8ew mod-ilu, s. Making in the in- 
flex. S>ng -^oafeB modtti, The be- 
gi idling, or commencement; the 
iirst. 2 Origin, source. 3. Princi- 
pal, cap.t- l,:>s opposed to interest. 
4. The iirst, ch ; ef, or principal a- 
mong many. 5. The base of a tree. 
The inflexion -ga> : *8 modati, Is 
much used as an adj. To denote. 
First, foremost, prior. 2 Ch.ef, 
principal, original,. adv. Since, from 
that time forwards, from one ex- 
tremity to the other. 2. Even. 
"a»ae»3 3>x, Tta5S>w"Si» modabiche- 
yu, mod Tubettn, v. a. To begin. 
-3eos"£3 £ modalaina, Other,similar, 
et cetera. 



-a»a«x), "Sa^d«oT*» mod^ln, modalu- 
koni, adv. From, since, forwards. 
qa_TS»tfeK, la^fcexyTS idi-modalu, 
modalukoci, Henceforth- -sojSs» 
"3 % modaluchedu, To be totally 
ruined, or spoiled, s^-aootfeo vad- 
dimodalu, principal and interest. 

"acoasx' & modavagaddi, 5. The grass 
termed Saccharam cylindricum. 

-5x»fc^) modava, s. A milch cow. 

-&,»& modda, s. A block, or beam, 

of wood ; a tree ciit down and 
deprived of it's branches. 2. A 
blockhead, adj. Blunt. 2. Stupid, 
-aostf inona, s. The point, end, or 
extremity. 2. An army. -»»tf-7r>£& 

monagaiu, «. A general, or leader, 
of an ariiiy. 

SbxXcXx monayu, v. w. To rush in. 

Tkatf-s monna, s. Making in the in- 
flex. Sing. -saosr^feB monnati, The 
day before yesterday. 

-Sw"^ moppe, s. An idiot. 2. An ob- 
stinate person. 

-Sooo»ex, -5^5c«x.ex) moyilur moyulu,«. 
A cloud. 

-a»tf, "Swfes mora, morra, 5. A loud 
cry, or complaint. ismS"2>&» mora" 
pettu, To cry aloud, to complain. 

-soo^do mora,lu, adj. Rough, mgged. 

-^o^ssao moramn, s. Calx, gravel. -s» 
#•£"&<>> morapanela, s. Calcarious 
soil. 



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400 



'^p'g'-Moka 



"Sjotfoooo uiorayu, v. n. To emit sound. 
-s^^owo-tfe morayintsu, v. a. To 
make, or cause, to sound. 

ibxdli morite, s. A small winnow- 
ing basket, used by children. 

■"gwj&fo, Ttoc-eeXb morugu, morragu, 
v. n. To bark, as a dog. 2. To 
shade. Or cover, the eyes, or face. 
s A bark, barking. 

-aoo&sS' morraka, s. Defect, deficien- 
cy} maim. 

-a»e$gb morraku, s. An idiot. 2. An 
obstinate person, adj.- Obstinate 

-s-yfcs^r 6 ^) morrabovu, v- n. To be 

blunt. 2. To be disregarded, or 
disgraced. 

■a»ef»"Sa3&5er»^5 "Sa3ft*en>^o m or rain o- 
rraladu, morraladu,^. n. To evince 
anger. 

TBosft^g*, "2»p45 morrika, morrri, s. vide 
-g^esr morraka, The latter of 
these two words, -aooe-3 morri, Is 
also an adj. Denoting-Defective, 
maimed, deficient. 

-Stofes morrra, s. An outcry : cla- 

' mour,compIaint. ^ao-oc'StaafeS" 6 ku- 
y3 r 6morrro, A very loud and cla- 
morous cry. vide -scotT mora." 

-scx^ej mola, s. The waist. 2. A large 
nail, orpin. Tsoo^ir ^ molatadu, 
.9. The small string round the 
waist, which every Hindoo Wears, 
and whence is suspended the Jan- 



goti, or waist cloth, -soaw^rt-w 
molantiln, *. A female's zone, of 
gold or silver, and sometimes set 
with precious stones. 

~9m*g molaka, s. A germ, or sprout. 
2. The hard substance in a bile, 
which causes the sore. "a»fug'£>o7r> 
&> molakabanga'ru, s. Gold sup- 
posed to be produced by snakes, 
and other animals. 

•aooeT^oabo molaveyu, ,v. a. To sow. 
lit- To throw, in order to sprout. 

-*>»er»s*r» molama, adj. Plated, cover- 
ed with gold, or silver, a. Plating, 
gilding. 2. Any external applica- 
tion to a sore. 

-aa><yon& molutsu, v. n. To sprout' 

germinate, vegetate, or grow. 2. 

To rise,or appear,as applied to the 

stars of heaven. 
"Sxa^c- movvu, s. The tender or 

young leaves of the palmyra, 

or other palm trees. 
-so3^D mosali, s. An alligator. sa?z& 

xr*% mosalirasi, s. The sign Capri- 

cornus, in the zodiac. 
"Soos^eb moharu, s. A seal. 
-?\x>£-oo6 mohuri, *. A gold Mohur, or 

rupee. 

"So-»S' moka, s. A germ, or sprout. 



•s^ a- Modi 



40 1 



"ar»"Sjtoo-M ope ttu 



-fVr»-^ew mokalu, s. Making in ike 
inflex. Sing, -s^-s^tf, -ar--**© mo- 
kafii mo kali, The knee. '&r°-3- e fe5 
-os5j mokatiehippa, 5. The pan of 
the knee. -ar°-^e)o£:--ar»-r'eo-&>, 
"Scr« s'Oyo mokalintsu-mokarintsu, 
mokarillu, v. n. To kneel. 

•^-•So moku, s. A cable, or thick 
rope. 

Hxr>fo moga, v. n. To emit sound, as 
a bell, &c- 

"S^C^ako mochanamu, s. Liberation, 
freedom. 

-sr»-& inotsu, v.a. To bear, or car- 
ry, a burden. 

•^r»'3o»g mocheyyi,*. Makiog in the 
inflex. Sing.-sr-^o mocheti, The 
elbow. 

-s^fc mota, 3. vide r&*3 kapile, t*t» 
&>*?># motabana, s. The large buc- 
• ket, in which water is drawn up 
from wells. 

-sj^fc> mota, adj. Dull, stupid,simple. 

-ar°&3 motu, s* A stupid person, a 
blockhead. 2. A stallion. 3. The 
trunk of a tree when felled, adj. 
Stupid, ignorant, dull. 

-a^^rwo modamu. s. Cloudiness. 

7&r»fi modi, .*. The thick part of the 
long pepper vine. 2. Any biting 
placed by a conjurer to try the 
ability of another. 



~&r>&i modn, s. The trunk of a felied 
tree. 2- Raised, 01 high, ground. 
■^fer-&f&0 r -&£> modu-charratsu, 
paclu, v. n. To be motionless. 

-&r>& mota, s. A load. 2. A sound, a 
roar. 

-&r°£tf-kr> motaraph.i, s. The Molifcur- 

fa tax, levied on traders, mer- 
chants, and artisans. 

'3^ &>£>§, -aa^&320& motubari, motu- 
baru, adj. Confidential, reputable, 
trupt-worthy. 

'sbr'X moda, s. A bundle of leaves. 

~&t*8&x> mcdamu, s. Joy, delight, 
pleasure, happiness. -ar-ao-do rao- 
dintsn, To rejoice, to be happy. 

i^tfo nuklu, v* a. To beat. sx^& 

r*?Somodukonu. v. Comp. To beat 
one's-self. 

^j^-^ps mopadi, s. Banger, risk. 

-Scp»I) mopi, s. A widow. 

sxr>%) niopu, s. A large bundle, or 
load. 2. A burden. 

sjvQ mopu, v. a To load a burden 
on another. 2. To put upon, or 
charge against, another. 3- To 
prop up. i&r^r , tf> mopukonu, v. 
Comp. To load, or take upon one's- 
self. . -ao'jgp-sj mopudala, s. A 
charge, or accusation : a load. 

-^~^*» rnopettu, v. a. To braee a 

bow. 

51 



•sbj^ &« sSx -M 6 ham u 



402 



afos &_ifK)igga 



-ar»*S» momu, s. The face, or 
countenance. 

lectio moyu, v. a. To bear, sustain, 
or carry, a burden. i5cp>o<»ot& mo- 
yintsu, v. Cans. To cause to bear, 
&c. . A burden. -Sxr^r*^ mosu- 
konu, -v. Cc/mp. One's-self to bear, 
■ &c> A burden, pick -3>cr°ig) mopu, 

-s^>tf mora. s. The face, or counte- 
nance. 

•ar»»* n S' rnorapaka, s. A house, of 
which the roof is made of grass, 
leaves, prats, &c, and not of wood. 

-s^&> mom, s. The coagulated blood, 
suffused under the skin, after a 
bruise. 

-ar»a movi, s. The under lip. 

sxr°7$&x> mosamu, s, Fraud, deceit, 
treachery, trick, ~s>st>$-k*& ) mosa- 

gadu, A deceitful or treacherous 
man. ~axr>ZK 1% mosagatte, A 
deceitful or treacherous woman. 

. o&o, -Sj-*3~S>ko mosagintsti - mosa- 

' CD ° 

putstsu-mosamucheyu, mcsape- 
ttu, v. a. To deceive, delude, or 
betray. -&r>7$$r*<$) mosapovu, v. n. 
To be deceiver]. 

^r>7Sa mosu, s. The sprout of any 
edible root. 

"Bxr>&a>i mohamti, s. Love. 2. Fas- 
cination. 3. Loss of consciousness, 



a.swoon. •^p.^o-iSb mohintsu, v. a. 
To love. 

•a^s^^jfeo moharamu, 5. The array 
of an army. -g^s^eo-ifc moharin- 
tsu, To prepare for battle. ' 

ikr.gS-o-cp mohara, s All the pieces 
at chess, with the exception of 
the pawns. 

i5cr>Sr*& mohini, s. A fairy. 

-s>3-Hs5w mokshamu, s. Beatitude, 
bliss, salvation ; the exemption 
of the soul from, further transmi- 
gration. 



^5 



,s£>,otfb mrandu, 



To burn ; to 



consume, vide s$bo£& mandu. 
,s5b.7fb mrag;°;u, v. n. To decrease. 2- 

To become very soft, as applied 

to fruit. 3. To be overboiled, as 

applied to food. 
,s$5,^\ mrabbu, 5. vide sfcao* mabbu 



& 






•5*r».sfc mranu, s. viae x£n>33 manu. 
.s&-* ,^^0 mranpaclu, v. n. To remain 
motionless, like wood. 



,S^oKo 



mringu, v. a. ride £ooHb 



minim. 



iS&O j 
s&> 76 mruggu, s. vide jfcoKb mugger 



casaTx s6x-Yatnaniu 



403 



a&, ^5-Yabhj 



s&o «Ks» mruchchimi, s. Theft, 

robbery. 
s&o,-SKex> mruchchilu, v* a. vide, 

s5m-£kod muchchilu. 



v*2/*& 



mrutstsu, 5. vide *S»-i5b\ 
mrutstsu. 

raco-So^-. mrokku, s. And verb, wde 

-g>ȣok_ mokku. 
.-3a>,7(b mroffffu, " v. n. vide -s»76 

moggu. 

r3cp> Komrogu, v. n. vide s>j*i&m6g[i. 
s^.&^a mroyu, v. n. t>iq\e -§xr>fo 



mrogu. 
-sen* & mrola, adv. Before ; in front. 



0B0 

oa5 ya, The forty-first letter, and 
twenty-sixth consonant, in the 
Telugu alphabet. 

daSess^^sS^b yajanianudu, s. An em- 
ployer of priests at a sacrifice ; 
the person who institutes it's 
performance, and pays the ex- 
pense of it. 2. A lord, or master. 
3. An owner, or proprietor. 4. 
A husband. 

ceS« tfoo yajnamu, s. A sacrifice. 

ob&^sSm yatnamu, s. Effort, exer- 
tion, endeavour ; perseverance, 
energy, 2. Intention, disign, pur- 
pose. 



os3"qr° #£-***> yathardhamu, 6'. Truth, 
verity, adv. Truly, adj. True, real. 

ct6"^Sx36oi— oBi "q$ !k e£ «6co , cs6lp-Z5\i6M ya- 

theshtamu-yathepsitamu, yathe- 

chchhamu, % adv. At one's will, as 

one pleases. 
0333Sqtf35M yavvanamti, s. vide d&>z$ 

<6&n yauvanamu. 
osS^sSm, «62'&>\ yasamu, yasassu, s. 

Fame, renown, celebrity, glory, 

reputation. 

cc6n»Xs5w yagamu, s. vide ^2= *>m 
yajnamu. 

crtnir>$ yagani, s. A coin, in value 
equal to ten cash. 

tifrrt yatsa, adj. vide as esa. 

cx&*TS£i$x> yachakamu, s. Begging, 
asking, adj. Begging. 

co^-irsb^b yschakudu, s. A beggar, 
or mendicant. 

car»e£sko yatamu, s. vide a^s5w etamu- 

cssj+i&j yatra, s. Travelling, moving, 
proceeding, marching. 2. A pil- 
grimage. 3. The procession of an 
idol, at any holy festival ; or the 
festival itself. 

csj"»&<& yadastu, 5. A memorandum. 

cofr*a yadi, s. Recollection, memory, 
attention. 

cc5"2^ cefr^ yabhai, yabai Nume- 
ral, adj. And sub. Fifty, vide S)aa 
ebadi. 



^tog^ 



•Yokka 



4-0-4 



tfo So-Rank u 



c»fr»» yala, adv. Why, wherefore, 

vide Syi ela- 
ecS*e>§oe>o yalakulu. s. plu. Cardamom 

seeds: vide &e> ela. 
cc6-»sy«&> yavattu, adj. All, entire. 5. 

The whole. adf^ Wholly, entirely, 

altogether. 
cefr»?S yasa, adj. vide $3 esa. 

csfo s'sSm yuktamu, &c. ad?. Right, 

— o 

proper, fit. 2. Joined, or united 
with. s. Propriety, fitness. 

c&\> I yukti, 5. Propriety, fitness. 2. 
Inference, deduction from circa in- 
stance, or argument. 3, An ap- 
proved or good argument, or plea. 
4. An excellent expedient, a hap- 
py thought. 5. Advice, counsel. 

d£oK&» yugamu, s. A pair, couple, 
or brace. 2. A yoke. 3. Age, as 
applied to that of mankind. 4. An 
age of the world. 

ctfoX,© yugmali, s. A woman. 

cxftjtf 3&0 yuddhamu, s. War, battle, 
9 * • 

combat, contest. cafostfoXtfw yu- 

9 
ddharangamu, The field of battle. 

&ot*Ij-zk> yekkalu, s. The Telugu 
multiplication table. 

oto^^- yokka, postpos. Of. The sign 
of the genitive case. 



^cr™5\ yogi, 5. A devotee ; an ascetic 

in general. % 

3^^ yogyata, s. Ability, clever 

ness, merit. 2. Worthiness, fitness- 
capacity. 

Skn.K'csSao yogyamu, adj. Worthy 
fit, proper. 2. Clever, skilful. 

afc^-Eftf yochana, s. Consideration, 

deliberation, reflection.2. Counsel, 
advice. 3. Expedient, means. 

obzrv£)o : &> yochintsu, v.a. To consider, 

or deliberate. 
cScr*s^s5M yojanamu, s. A yojana 

or native league. 2. vide s^-s^ 

yochana. 

dS^sftfsSw yauvanamu, s. Youth, 

manhood. d&>sSt6vgLm6M yauvana- 

lakshanamu, s. Beauty. 2. The 
breast, the bosom. 



-tf ra, The forty-second letter, and 

twenty-seventh consonant, in the 
Telugu alphabet. 

tfos'o ranku, s. Adultery, fornication, 
debauchery, vide woSo rrankn. 
tfoSbewX&w rankuluo-attu, To im- 
pute adultery, or fornication, to 
any °ne. tfo5vvj~*& rankuladi, s. 



tf §-Rakti 



405 



tf^jfoa-Rathanm 



A loose female. tfoSo^tftfw ranku- 
tanamu, s. Whoredom. 

tfo~3 ranke, s. A roar ; bellowing, 
or lowing. 

tfe>X8o-&, tfoXSotfo r angarintsu, 
rangalintsu, v. a. To blend or mix 
together, with the finger, any- 
solid and liquid substance. 

tforto rangu, s. Colour, paint, tint, 
dye. 2. Lustre, shining. tfo7r>2§ 
$)&> rangajivudu, s. A painter. 
tfoKs£> rangavalli, s. The painting 
the floor with figures. tfo-7r»ax>o 
•&— tfoXb^cxSoj tiofc>a<3&i rangayin- 
tsu-rangucheyu, ranguveyu, To 
paint. 

#o& fane] a, 5. A widow. 

tf o«S» rantu, .5. A noise • clamour. 

tf o^,?6» randhramu, s. A hole, fis- 
sure, cavity, or chasm. 

tfosSsfca rampamu, s. A carpenter's 
saw. vide eso*£*5c» i r am p a m u. 
tf©;S-7r*d& rampagadn, A person 
who worlds with a saw ; a sawyer. 

tfSo^- rakku, v. a. To scratch, or 
tear with the nails, or talons. s % 
A scratch, or tear, 

tfr*k_s*> rakkonu, v n. To extend. 

2. To grow. 
tf « »Sx> raktamu, 5. Blood. 2. The 

colour red. adj. Bloody. 2. Red. 
# § rakti, 5. Affection, attachment. 

2, Excessive joy, or pleasure. 



tifovo ragulu, v.n. To burn, or flame 
tfftSo-db ragilintsu, v. a. T 
kindle, or light, a fire. ^^be»r*^b» 
tf Kbe^^-ao ragulukonu, ragulkonu, 
v. Gomp. To take fire of itself. 

tf-e$\ ratstsa, s. A court of audience- 
2. Betraying, or divulging, a 
secret. 3. A quarrel, or dispute. 
tf-S\ae> ratstsaballa, s. A plank, 
used as a seat- 
J tfa&iSM rajatamu, s. Silver. 2. Gold. 

adj. White, 
tf g^ raja, 5. Permission, leave ; leave 

of absence. 
#^?jo radzdzulu, s. plu. Vain, or 

useless, words. 
tf|^& rattacli, s. The exposition of 

another's vices, or faults. 
tf&» rattu, Sj Betraying ; divulging 

a secret. 
tfca&o ranamu, s. War, battle, tin 

X\sJ*a5M ranagilhamu, s. A house, 

built over the gate of a fort. 

tin&o&v&ioi tfciSoKxS*) ranaman- 

dalamu, ranarangamu, s. The field 

of battle. 
tfrcsk) ranamu, s.. vide s. ^nafea 

vranamu. 
tf&tfaSw ratanamu, s. vide s. tfe£x ;6w 

ratnamu. 
tf£s5:» rathamu, s. A car, 01 war 

chariot. 2. The car of an idol. 3. 

Any carriage, or vehicle. 



tfatf-Ravara 



406 



tfsS-o c-Rahada 



tf&tf\8*s»>, tfatf^tfaSw radachchha- 
damu, radanachchhadamu,s. The 
lip. 

# a raddi, s. A disturbance, or noise. 

2. A report unfavorable to one's 
character. 3. Betraying ; divulg- 
ing a secret. 

#ab raddu, s. Rejection, repulsion ; 
setting aside, disallowing. 2. Res- 
cission. 3. Rendering null and 
void. 

tf^o-ift rappintsu, v. Cam. oftf-t5o^ 
vatstsu, To comei q. v. To cause 
to come ; to send for. 

tfs&^osbska ramaniyamu, adj. Beauti- 
ful, pleasing, charming. 

tfafcosSw ramyamu, adj. Charm ing, 
pleasing, delightful. 2. Commodi- 
ous, agreeable. 

tfsfceao^) ramanuclu, s. A husband. 

tfs5cr>tfcS> ramarami, adv. At a guess ; 
on an average ; more or less. 

tisnoxb, tfSko*>oa& ramintsu, rami- 
yintsu, v. a. To copulate. 

tfs rava, s. A diamond, vide &>$ rra- 

va, 2. A small particle of any 
thing ; small shot- tfssoe* ravanta, 
lit. As much as a particle. 5. A 
very little, a trifle, adj. Very 
little, some, 
tftfras&o ravariamu, s. An ornament 

, of any kind. 

tfstf £ ravarava, adv. Quickly, hasti- 
ly, precipitately. 



$T>r>7r° ravana, s. A pass, or passport. 
adj. Dispatched, sent off, forwar- 
ded. . 

tfSS' ravika, s. vide eaSS' rravika. 

tf;$ex> ravulu, v. in. vide tiTfa&i ragulu. 

tf"^&> ravesu, s. Established or custo- 
mary fees. $-£ioz<i3&>?x> ravesuaku- 
lu,Fine, or excellent, beetle leaves. 

tfss^ ravva, s. vide estfo rrawa. 

tftf-sr'S rasadadi, s. The sugarcane. 

tftfsfca rasamu, s.. Juice, sap, exuda- 
tion, fluid, liquid.. 2. Mercury or 
quicksilver. 3. Flavour, taste, sa- 
vour ; as sweet, sour, &c. 

tit&oj*&i6x> rasavadamu, s. Alchymy. 
Stf*r»a rasavadi, s. An.alchymist- 

tf&, tf&S" rasi, rasika, s. The pus, or 
matter, of a sore. ' 

tf frS'd'Qsfoa rasikatvamu, s. Possession 

of taste, as regards literary com- 
position, or female dress. 

#&&£& rasikudu, s. A man of taste, 
especially as regards literary com- 
position, or female dress. 

tf&> rastu, s. Store of grain, or pro- 
visions, laid up for an army. 

tf&*lr°, tfs^&w rahata, rahatu, s. The 
being much frequented, or used. 

tfs^^spS rahadarf, s. The collection 

of duties on the high roads. ti&> 

■2T»6-u)fe5 rahadarichiti, A passport, 

specifying these duties to have 
been paid. 






TP 



%£x-Migidi 



407 



-cPSja*r«-Rajama 



tf^;5cs&» rahasyamu, s. A secret, a 
my&tery. adj. Secret, private. 

tf&^jfc, tiox&> rahitu, rayitu, s. A 
ryot, or cultivator. 

tf& raksha, s. Preserving, saving, 
protecting. 2. An Amulet. 3. The 
actual cautery, often applied by 
the native doctors, as a cure to 
diseases of various kinds. 

tfjk«£ssc» rakshitamu, adj. Preserved 
saved, protected, tf&ca raksharta, 
s. Preservation, protection- 

tf JLo-ifo rakshintsu, v. a. To preserve, 
save, or protect. 

ip ra, 5. A stone. 2. A king. 

TTg*, -&%& raka, rakada, s. Corning, 

approaching, arrival, tp §"&*:$ ra- 

kapov-u, v. n. Not to come, or ar- 
rive. 

IPX*** ragamuj s. A mode in music, 
of which the Hindoos reckon 
many, and frequently personiiy 
them in poetry and mythology. 2. 
Mental affection in general ; as 
sorrow, joy, &g. 3. Envy. tpX"3oSx 

sfcoex> ragadveshamulu, s. j)lu. En- 
vy and hatred. 

-*r>% ragi, s. Copper. 

Ty^^?)^ raffidibilla, s. A circular 
ornamented plate of gold, worn by 
Hindoo females, on the crown of 
the head. 



TPftew, tt^oo ragilu, ragillu, v- a& 

To shine. 2. To be glad, to rejoice. 

Tpftboo ragulu, s. plu. The grain 

termed at Madras Natchenny, or 
raggy. Cynosurus coracanus. 
-xr> tf ratsa, adj. Of or belonging to 

the caste of Ratsa wars, found 
chiefly in the northern ci rears. 
They are originally descended 
from the Raja, or Kshatriya castes 
in the north of India. 

tp-S"~s^^j6o3 ratsakaryamu, s. Affairs 

of state. 2. News, information. 
-o-*-i5bratsu, v. a. To rub. 2. To cover 

with any substance *, To white- 
wash. 3. To file. ir>&r*& ratsu- 
konu, v. Corny. To rub one's-self 
against any thing. 

-epx&p>£) ratsuli, s. A prince, or prin- 
cess. 

TP2» raja, adj.. In compos. Royal ; of 
or belonging to a king. 2. Emi- 
nent,chief, excellent, -cps^s^ ra- 
jatvamu, s. Royalty. 

•TPK-^rO rajadhani, s. A metropolis 
or royal residence. 

-&•&&?&> rajanyudu, s. A man of the 

regal, . or military? tribe; being 
the second pure Hindoo caste- 

*a*8r£&2i rajapatni, s. A queen. 

tp&^Xe-sSm rajamargamu, s. The 
high way. 



-crsfc-Radu 



408 



tp s^cdS-Rainaya 



^gjfts) rajaniti, s. Justice, and other 
conduct becoming a king, -o^esxt* 
2? rajaradzu, 5. The king of kings; 

an emperor, or universal monarch. 

2. Kubera, the god of riches. 
tp^oKsSw rAjangamu, s* Regal state. 
Tr>ejtfs»oex> radzanamulu, s. plu. A 

• superior kind of paddy. 
■tt>& raji, adj. Satisfied, contented, 
agreed, pleased, willing. ir'-S^r'sir* 

rajlna'ma, s- A written agreement; 
an acknowledgment of a cause be- 
ing finally settled, given by the 
plaintiff. 
TP2» radzu,* A king, prince, or sove- 
reign. 2- A man of the regal, mili- 
tary, or second pure Hindoo tribe. 

3. A master or lord. 

T7»zy» radzu, v. n. To take fire ; to 
begin to burn, tpk^ooos rajaveyu, 
To kindle, light, or set on fire. 

tpeokSm rajyamn, 5- A kingdom, 
country, or province. 2. The ad- 
ministration of sovereignty. 

°ry h sto , -ct* to\ s5w rattamu , ratnamu 
s. A spinning wheel. -XT' fc)»5o3«2^gb 
rattamuvaduku/To spin..tfoSoe>-cr» 
&oiSx> rankula-rattamu, s. A whirl- 
ing machine, in which the lower 
classes amuse themselves, at festi- 
vals, <fcc. 

tt»&> radn-j 5. A post, or pillar. 



-cr»c9 rana, 5. Brightness, lustre. 2. 

Affection, -cr^o^ rariintsu, v. n. 

To shine, to be splendid. 
tp& rani, s. A queen. 2. A wife. tt» 

& -s^ZsSo* rSnivasamn, s.A seraglio. 

2. Residence in a seraglio. 
-u"ex>£ ranuva, s. An army. 
-u*6 rata, s. vide ^ g^vrata. 
tt>B rati, adj. Made of stone. -o»© 

Tfoo'S ratigunde,5.Aheart of stone; 

bravery, ncr-d^s^ rati vuppu, Rock 

salt. 
tt>^ ratri, s. Night. v$inr> Q ar- 

dharatri, s. Midnight. -&» © o^K$6 

ratrimbagallu, Night and day. 
tt»!>&— tp^)S, -cr°c»o<S rapidi-rapudi, 

rayidi, s. Rubbing. 2. Filing. 
-cpwto> rabattu, ^. <x. To recover, or 

regain. 
TT°woex5^b rabulugu, s. A heron. 
■xr>'i3 n> & rabodi, s. Powder, either 

produced by rubbing, or filing, or 

from stone. 
-(yeS^S, -<r"&*& rabodi, raboni, s. A 

queen. 
Tr»sk^Ktf^^ramasagaramulu,s.j?£?f. 

A species of paddy. 
T7'i5a-»cs55eBi6s> ramayanarnu, s, The 

second epic poem of the Hindoos, 

recording the adventures of Rama, 

the son of Dasaradha, sovereign of 

Oude, written by the poet Val- 

mikf. 



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^-Rarapu 



409 



68-Riti 



tj»ch5o--S* rayantsa, tf. wide -rr'sss^otf 
rajahamsa, No.2. Under -u^ raja. 

Tr»cx6^b rayadu, s. Master, lord. 2. A 
title assumed by many as a sur- 
name. It's plural Tr>cz&od rayalu, 
was the title assumed by the last 
Telinga dynasty ; the kings of 
Bfjanagur. 

tt> cs& u°8 sfco , tt» cs&trti s5x> rayabaramu, 
rayabharamu, s. A negociation ; 
embassy. 

TPoc6^s5Do^r>e6 rayasamuvaru, s. A 
Rayasam, or native secretary. 

-tPooorayi, s. Making in the infle^. 
Sing. -xrB rati, And in the nom, 
•phi. -0-0 §6 rallu.A stone. tpooo^ccco 
r&yiveyu, lit. To throw a stone. 
To obstruct, or prevent. -c^o«»«S2& 

rayipadu, lit. A stone, to fall. To 
be obstructed, or prevented. q\&~% 
-u-*o» itikerayi, s- A brick. €5§otp» 
o» akurayi, lit. A leaf stone,-a file. 
tpomS^ rayirappa, Stones, &c. 

-cr>c»» rayu, v. a. V'de -&*& ra'tsu, 
2. vide ^oj <&» vrayu. .3. To be- 
come hoarse. 

Ty°ctf»e& rayndu, s. The title assum- 
ed as a surname, by the Velma 
caste, in the Northern circars. 

-o-*-o^2» raradzu, s. vide -u-*aj-cr>2» 
rajaradzu, No. J. Under -^ 8 raja. 

^■^^) varapu, s. Sard, or continu- 
al, rubbing, 



-d^sx) ralu,y.?z.To fall, or drop, down; 

applied particularly to leaves, tt* 

v ex>T5b--o'*ew^),TPe;?r'&>3 ralutsu-ralu 

pu, ralagottu, ?;. «. To knock off; 
to cause to fall, or drop down. 

-cr*S)o3b ravintsu, v. Caus. To cause 
to come ; to send for. 

*d^>2)"6§', *cr»^,§b ravireka, ravreku,s. 
An ornament suspended from the 
hair, on the forehead of children. 

tps£ ravu, s. vide -o^ccbo^b rayudu, 
2. vide -xr>c&&> rayadu, No. 2. 

tp§, tp& rasi, rasi, 5. A heap* stack* 
pile, quantity, or multitude. 2. A 
sign of the zodiac. -cr^&^oeao rasi- 
poyu, To heap, or pile up. 

tp^.S«5m rasktramu, s. An inhabited 
country, realm, or region. 



80 Kb ringu,s.Tke fluttering of wings. 

ar^- rikka, s. A star. 

8 <$ ritta, adv. vide s. 8 s'sfco rikta- 
mu, 2. Useless. 

8*^^rippuna,flrfi7. Suddenly, abrupt- 
ly. 2. Quickly, speedily. 

as^ rimma, s'. Sickness." 2. Evil, 
misfortune. 



6© rxti, s. Manner, mode, method, 

way.2. Brass; pale brass, prince's 
metal. 



tfbafr»e>-Rimi3la. 



410 



"3o4j*e>-Rent.£la 



5b 

Jibe 23 rundza, s. A sort of brazen 
dram. 

&■© ruchi, 5. Taste, relish. 2. Desire, 
wish. 3. Lustre, light, 4. Beauty. 

tfc-So-ab ruchintsu, v. n. To yield a 
taste* or relish. 2. To be to one's 
liking-. bb-bt&ro-Eb ruchitsutsu, To 
try, lit. To see, the taste of any 
thing. 

tfcxDS'tfsScw ruchikaramu, adj. Delici- 
ous to. the taste. 

&>2?>$) rndzuvu, s. Proof, conviction. 
adj. Proved, established. 

&> & rutta,s. Destruction, ruin, havoc. 

adj. Destroyed, mined. 

&& ruddu, v. a. To rub any thing 
on the body, in order to clean it. 

to^s^So rudrabhunn, s. A cemete- 
ry, or place where the dead are 
burnt, or buried. 

t»$tfs5oo rudhiramu, s. Blood. 

tf^, &$o ruppu, ruvvu, v. a. To 
throw, or fling, vide eso^ rruppu. 

tfj^v rubbu,?. a. To grind, in a mor- 
tar, any thing first moistened in 
water. 

tf>mxan>^.s&» rubbupotramu, s. The 

stone pestle used therein. ^bexuS"* 
ex> rubburolu, s. A mortar made 
of stone. 
&$*r°e>) *5bsSr*ex> rumala, rumalu, s. A 
handkerchief, or towel. 



(5osTq ruvva, jt.A coin*- in value equal 

to five cash, 
ifc&nska rusumu, s. Customary fees. 

&r*r ruka, 5. Money in general. 2. 

The small coin termed a fanam, 
either of gold, or silver. ' 
&-»<£&» rudhamu, adj. True, certain, 

ascertained. 2. Public, common, 
famous, notorious. 3. Budded, 
blown. 4. Born, produced. 

&^-£*&>o rupamu, s. Figure, form, 
shape. 2. Appearance, semblance, 
3. Beauty. 

&r»ss>o&>£jo rupavantudu. s.A hand- 
some man. ex>ssss© riipavati, s.A 

1 beautiful female. 

0cr>->axn> rupayjf, s.^A rupee. 

ecr^o-&> riipintsu, v. a. To prove, or 
demonstrate- 2. To corroborate, 
or confirm. 

tfr>$ rupu, s- wcfe &»$&> rupamu. 
2. Manner, mode, way- &r>$tf^c& 
rupumapu, To kill or destroy. 

tfr°£>J5b-<» rubaru, tfefo. Face to face ; 
before ; in one's presence. 

8jt& ruksha, s. Fever, 



-8D6x°w§o^£g) rentalakubovu,?;. nMt, 
To go to two. To go to ease na- 
ture. This phrase is derived from 
the custum in Hindoo schools of 



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-dSSa-Rev&ti 



the children holding up one fing- 
er when they want to go to urine, 
and holding up two fingers, when 
they require to ease the other 
necessities of nature. 

*3o2& rendu, numeral. adj.& s. Mak- 
ing in the inflex. Sing. -30 e8, "5o5o 
45 renti, rendinti, Two, *3o£bs$s& 
rendupadu, v. n. lit. To be two. 
To disagree ; to become disuni- 
ted, or divided. -do&}&vtf> rendu- 
talatsu, lit. To think two. To be- 
tray. -3ofe3§£r*c$ rentikipovu, vide 
"3o&p><ySo2S'*jg) rentalakubovu. 

•Btfb^ retstsu, v. n. To low, as cattle- 
2. To be proud, or ostentatious. 

-36o retta, s. The upper part of the 
arm. 2. Dung of birds. 

*3g retti,s.Double fold, adj, Double. 
sfcr^-Stoa muduretlu, Three fold. 

•Sgo^b rettintsu, v. a. To double. 2- 
To oppose. 3. To repeat. 

^fc» rettu,s. A very coarse long cloth. 

-Ba reddi, s. The Keddy, or prin- 
cipal aboriginal Telinga caste of 
cultivators. 2. The head of a vil- 
lage. 

■^■£*3"6tfb»& reparepamanu, v. n. To 

be hungry. 
"BsSj reppa, s. vide ~%z^ rreppa. 
*38~§ revike, s. vide &&g rravika. 



~8, "6o» re, reyi, s. Night, ^^g'^ 
rejlkati, s. Night-blindness, adj. 
Blind at night. -^zoKex) rebagalu, 
Day and night. 
-655oo£ reyenda, s. Moonlight. 
~&g reka, s. A line, streak, or stripe. 
~3§b reku, s. The leaf of a flower. 2. 
A sheet, or plain cloth, used as an 
upper garment. 3. A thin plate of 
| metal. 

| ^~§f& rekettu, v. w.To be increased. 
) "6?C£, i5K& regada, regadi, s. Making 
J in the inflex. Sing. ~£k& regati,A 
rich black loam, or soil in which 
cotton is usually planted in the 
peninsula of India ; thence com- 
monly termed cotton ground. 

"SXb regu,v.n. To increase in degree, 
power,or influence ; to be excited- 
S ■& retsu, v. a. To excite, or set 
on. 

"^rao^ renuvu, s. Dust. 

"6-^r^ repakada, s. The morning, or 
daw 11 - 

-^ repn, 5. Making in the inflex. 
Sing. "3;5fe3 repati, To-morrow. 2. 
The morning, or day before mid- 
day. "6$5&*;g> repumapu,Morning 
and evening. 

*6x&-fv revatinela, s. vide SX& re- 
gada* 



e^s^-Rokati 



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8"%. sSm -Roshamu 



~8 $ revu, s. A harbour, or port. 2; 
A ford. 8. A beach or bank. 4. A 
washing place. -gsgss&» revupattu, 
v- n. To arrive in port. 

8^o5 rondi, 5. The haunch. 

S"*o-£ rompa, s. A catarrh, or cold. 

8**o I) rompi, 5. Mud, clay. 

^^(j-sSm rokkamu, s. Ready money, 
cash. 2. Wealth, riches, proper- 
ty- 

S^xb^ rotstsu, 5. vide 8"*oS> rompi. 

6^*lo rotte, 5. Bread. 2. A loaf. 

e^&^cwog roddacheyyi, s. The left 
hand. 

£r># roda, s. An outcry, or noise. 

e" 6 ^ rommu,s.?r^e er^o lTommu. 

6 — 6 

8^oj6q royya, s.A prawn, or shrimp. 
8^0000 royyi, s. Making in the in- 
flex. Sing. 6^© roti, The ashes on 
. live coal. 

#** ro, s. Wealth, riches- 2. Yalue, 
price. This word is also affixed to 
nouns, as a vocative particle; thus, 
ssg'k-S"* akkaro, elder sister. e> 
c^6^ annaro, elder brother. 

erV&aofi rokatibanda, s, A large 
pestle, without any iron ferrule 
at the end. 2. A species of black 
insect. 



8"*r£> rokali,.?. Making in the inflex. 
Sing. 6^r« rokati, And in the 
nom.plu. 8^0 36 rokanllu, A large 
pestle. 

6^Ks6oo rogamu, s> Disease, sickness. 
%)o^6*Xsxk> punllarogamu? The 
venereal pox. 

8^ft rogi, s. A patient ; a sick per- 
son. 

6^83° rodzu, v. n. To pant. s. Pan- 
ting, breathing hard. 2. A day. 

&*& r6ta,s.Uncleanliness, dirt, filth. 
2. Human ordure. 3. Disgust, 
horror* 

$"*## sfcw rodanamu,s. Weeping, cry- 
ing, lamentation, 

e^KbsSw romamu, s. Hair ; a hair. 

8" s c*£> royu, v. a. To hate, or dislike. 
v % n. To be wearied, or tired. 

O^osswaso ts&> royabaya adu, To 
affront, or outrage. 

8"%£'s53o roravamu, s. vide B^&sssSm 
rauravamti. 

a^ex) rolu, s- Making m the inflex. 
Sing. S^feS, 6^00 roti, rolu, A mor- ' 
tar for pounding any thing. 

6^ss.x5oa roshamu, s. Anger, wrath. 
8^S\o5$b, 6^sx«^b roshintsu, rosha" 
padu, v. n. To be angry. 6^&7r> 
2& roshagadu, s.A passionate mai], 






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W° 



^& rautu, _s. A stone. 2. A rider. 
^ <£,**» raudramu, adj. Terrible, 

terrific, fearful. 2. Sharp, acute. 3. 

wrathful, violent. 

es rra, The forty-third letter, and 
twenty-eighth consonant, in the 
Telugu alphabet. 
esoSo rranku, s. Adultery, vide tfoSb 

ranku. 
eso&> rrantu, s. A festival.2. A play. 

3. An outcry. 
^otfsSw rrampamu, s. A saw. 
eso&ew rrampillu, e>. n. To weep, or 

cry, violently. 
ef>o*S> rrampe, s. An awl. 
65 &a rrattu, s. Ill fame ; disgrace. 
&$s?rrava, s. A diamond. 2. A smal 1 

particle, vide tfsr rava. 
fc5S5&3^er°2^b rravarravaladu, v. n. To 

evince anger. 
65S58 rravali, s. Sound. 2. Any of 

the musical notes. 

eass' rravika, 5. A sort of bodice, 

worn by females, like a small 

close jacket, to confine the breasts. 

e*ttg rravva, s. Ill fame, disgrace. 2- 

■ Abuse, 



es* rra, s. A stone. 

e^K rraga, 5. A deceitful female. 

es^coa rrayi, s. Making in the in£Lex # 

Sing. tt>8 rati, A stone, vide tx»o» 

rayi. 



aJg'sko rrikamu, particle, affixed to 
adjectives or substantives, to ex- 
press their abstract rneaning ; as, 

"S)£5eJSsfe3 peddarrikamu, s. Great- 

° 
ness. ■tfbk&SS'sSx) tsuttarnkamu, s. 

Relationship. 
feflr.j-ew rrikkalu, s. $lw. Cries; 

clamour. 
eJ-S5\ rritstsa, adj. Motionless. 
e8$ s rrivvu, 5. The fluttering sound 

of birds, 
e^tf r-r i v v u n a , adv. Quickly, 

hastily. - 

«»^, e»^ S rruppu, rruvvu, *. o. To 
throw, or fling, vide &^ ruppu. 

-^r^ rrekka, 5. A wing. 2. the 
shoulder blade. 3. Half a plantain 
leaf. -^SV^ex)^ rrekkalatalupu, 
s. A folding door. 



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aS'k— Lakka 



Istf^ rreppa, ». The eye-lid. 1^ 
-2p&>d rreppapatu, s. A wink. "feg. 
fer» ex>v rreppavaltsu, To wink. 

1s»\, ~^>&, rrebba, rremma, 5. The 
branch, or bough, of a tree. 

&b 

"tsSoew rrekulu, s. plu. Feathers. 

"ig^)Sor^_ rretsukukka, s. A small 
wild animal, described as resem- 
bling a dog, but climbing up trees, 
and famed for destroying tigers. 

%>Zfo rredu, .9. A king. 

feS^sSo rroppu, v. a. To drive away. 

2. To beat. 3. To grumble. 
fcT°s5w r r m m u , 5. A female's 

breast. 2. The breasl, or bosom. 

e^d rrota, s. vide &*£ rota, 
e^d&j rroyu, v. a. To seek, search, 

or look for. 
e^ex) rrolu, v. n. To weep, or cry 

aloud. 

o la, the forty-fourth letter, and 

twenty-ninth consonant, in the 
Telugu alphabet. 

ejoS'caxSM} oo$)r3&» lankauamu. ]an- 

khanamu. s. vide oo^tfsSw langha- 

namu. No. 1 &c 2, 



cyo3o-& lankintsu, v. a. Or e>o§o-sfc 
r'Xb lankiotsukonu, v. Gpmp. To 
catch, seize, or take, .by artifice. 

00"^ lanke, s. The rope fastening 
two animals together. 2. The ty- 
ing them together. 

ejo"il)6o lankepita, s. A small piece 
of wood, tied to the neck of a 
bullock, &c. 

e>oK&> langaru, s. An anchor. (yoKtfb 
^ocm langarucheyu, To anchor. 
ejoKtfc&ccfo langarutlyu, To weigh 
anchor. 

oo-E'sSdo lantsamu, s. A bribe. 

e>oK, vo££ lanja, lanjika, s, A pro- 
stitute ; an adulteress ; a kept 
woman. cyoaeJ^sfca lanjarrikamn, 
s. Prostitution. 

woS, e>o& landi, landi, s. A mean, 
obstinate, or wicked, person. 

oo£k> lampata, s. Indisposition, dis- 
order. 2. Fatigue. ejos5&>£&> lam- 

patapadu, v. n» To be indisposed, 
or fatigued. 

aosSeT lampata, s. The son of a fe- 
male slave. 

e>§3, e;^ lakini, lakhini. s. A reed 
pen. 

e)3b*5a>§ lakumuki s. A small bird. 

e>r*6 lakorf, 5. A sort of weapon. 

u^lr- lakka, s- Lac, the red animal 
dye ; it's nest? of a resinous sab- 



e>$co#-Laghiivu 



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e;s5»5x-Lavaniu 



stance, is used as sealing wax. 2. 
A lac, or one hundred thousand. 
adjl Painted, lakered. 
e>*>'k_tfj6*> lakkanamu, s. o&easSoo lak- 

shanamu. 

e;7P>otf&> lagayatu, s. Commence- 
ment, beginning <Dir>d&&&o-& la- 
gay atununchi, From a long time 
since. 

e>fib;# laguvu, adj. vide o$c»^ laghu- 
vu, Except No. 6. s. vide The same 
word No. 3. 

oK lagga, $. Escalade. ejKe»-^§o^_, 
S sSko laggalu-ekku, pattu, To scale, 

as a fort, &c. 
e>K sd» laggamu, s. vide a A sfcolagna- 

mu ? No. 2. 
ejAb laggu, s. Welfare, prosperity, 

happiness. 2. Food, victuals, 
vK^&x lagnamu, s- The rising of a 

• sign, it's appearance above the 
horizon ; The oblique ascension 
or the divisions of the equator, 
which rise in succession with each 
sign, in an oblique sphere. 2. A 
4 period selected for any auspicious 
ceremony, such as marriage, &c. 
adj. Attached to, intent on- 2. 
Joined to, connected "with, 
acpootf) laghuvu, adj. Light, not heavy 

2. Better in health. 3. Less severe, 
abating, on the decrease ; as ap- 
plied to disease. 4. Slight. 5. Tri- 
vial, trifling. 6' Swift, quick, s. A 
short vowel. 



v-t)£$6x> latstsanamu, s. vide s. 

ej&rasSw lakshanamu. 
e)0} lachcbi, s, vides. <yjL lakshmi. 
<l>k, £>« lajja, ladzdza, s. Shame, 

modesty, bashfulness, timidity. 

ej2T>&3) lajjaltivu, adj. Bashful^ 

or modest. e>^^^oo lajjitama, adj. 

Abashed, agoofc lajjintsu, v. n. To 

be ash am eel. 
e)Z5^oxr-o ladayi, s. A battle, or fight. 
o & latta, s. Casualty, misfortune. 
«&>§' lattuka, s. Lac ; the red animal 

dye. 

a& , z>~3 laddi, ladde, s. The dung- 
ed o ° 

of horses, asses, elephants, or ca- 
mels. 

ejo«5s5c» layamu, s. Destruction, loss # 

2. The root of the Andropogon 
muricatum or cuss-cuss grass. e> 

oaoo-tSb layintsrj, v. n. To be des- 
troyed. 

e)ej-«&>3$» lalatamu, s. The forehead 
ejyfcoS^&x), ©*> lalatalikhitamu^ 
lipi> That which is written on the 
forehead ; destiny. 

ejssoKsfco lavangamu, s, A clove, o 
ssoXsSk* lavang ap att a, j\ Cinnamon. 

ejs5ras5M lavariamu, 5. Salt. adj. Salt, 
saline. 

asssSw lavamUjS. Reaping, adj. Little, 
or small. 



er» fto -Lagu 



-4 JO 



itf-Lalana 



v& Jaksha, s. A lac, one hundred 
thousand. 

&&£**»<> lakshanamn, 5. A sign, or 
mark. 2. An indication, a predi- 
cate, any thing by which an ob- 
ject is designated,or distinguished. 
3. A rule in science. 4. Perfecti- 
on in outward form, or shape. 

<yjlj lakshmi, s. Lakshmi, the god- 
dess of wealth and prosperity,and 
wife of Vishnu. 2. Prosperity, 
success, fortune, riches,wealth. 3. 
Turmerick. <yJL StfsSw lakshmika- 
ramu, adj. Prosperous, success- 
ful, fortunate, rich. e>JL ssoe*^ 
lakshmivantamu, adj. Fortunate, 
rich, wealthy. <yjL K^tfsSao laksh- 
mivaramu,s. Thursday, or Friday. 

e)&Q*5» lakshyamu, s. A mark? or 
butt. 2. Aim. 3. Care, regard, 
respect. e&csSxT5>4a> lakshyamupe- 
ttu, v. a. To aim. 2. To esteem, 
regard, value, or respect. -$&■&*$ 
lo&csSajlStfb "nenuvanikilakshya- 
muledu, He dos not care for, or 



mind, me. 



£j-o 



er'S'ex) lakalu, s. plu. Small pieces of 
stick, used by indian weavers- 

o^fo lagu, v. a. To draw, pull, or 
drag. *■ Mode, manner, way. 2. 
Short drawers, reaching only to 
the middle of the thigh, 3. Tum- 



bling, jumping.^er°?&ilagu,Thu,s, 
in this way. ts^Kb alagu, In that 
way. aer°fio elagu, How? in what 
way ? 

u-»5»tfs*» laghavamn, ,v. Lightness, 
sliglitness, delicacy. 2. Easiness, 
facility., £* tfe^>fc>s5<6w, £tfer° $0555603 
hastalaghavamu, karalaghavamu, 
Slight of hand. 

er°-6 lachf, s. The sack for loads, 
placed upon horses or asses. 

er^-ift latsu, v % a. To wish, or long 
for. 

yil^oa ladamu, s- A horse-shoe. v-° 

&&kV$x> lariamukottu, To shoe a 
horse. 

en>"S lade, s. A sore on the back of 
any animal of burden, produced 
by it's load. . 

er*£j6*> latamu, s. A rod, or switch. 

er>© lati, s. A stranger. 

er^s&o, wtto* labhamu, labamu, s. 
Gain, profit, advantage. 2. Inte- 
rest on money. er»$r£-&pe» labha- 
nashtalu, Profit and loss. 

er*os5s5w layamu, s. A stable. 

er°ctf» layu, v. a. To approach. 

<y-"<utf,er°e>«Ss5M lalana, lalanamu, 5. 
Caressing, fondling. er*?)Q33 lahn- 
tsu, v. a. To caress, or fondle- 
er»8£*SM'lalitainu, a<#. Caressed, 
fondled. 



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41? 



•^^\7^-Les8agi 



•:-?) lali,s. The lullaby sung to chil- 
dren. 

u-otfwsfca lavartamu, s. A list of sol- 
diers, &c. £P>tfra^» t o3^csfi> lavana 
muvrayu, To enlist soldiers, &c. 

£^55r90s5» lavanyamu, s. Beauty, 
loveliness. 

er°2>8 lavari, s> A big, robust, strong, 
or corpulent person. 

er*$ lavu, *. Strength, robustness, 
bigness, largeness,fatness, 2. Size, 
dimensions, «d/\ Strong, robust, 
big, large, fat. 

er»«g>ex> lavulu, s. plu. Feathers. 

tnh^Q lahiri, 5. Drunkenness, intoxi- 
cation. 



OoKsfea lingamn, s. A mark, spot, 

stain, sign, or token.2. The penis. 

'3/JFhe phallus, or Siva under that 

emblem. 4. Gender. 
S§k- likki, s. A small sickle. 
8£po£b, ©spox>o-&> likhintsu, likhi- 

yintsn, v. a. To write. 
$$*£«&» likhitamu, adj. "Written. 2. 

Drawn, delineated, painted, s. 

Scripture, writing, manuscript. 

Stt 6 ^ ligadu, adj. Inferior. 2. De- 
fective, wanting. 3. Poor. s. Infe- 
riority. 2. Defect. 3. Poverty, dis- 
tress. 



©S> lipi, s. Writing in general, hand- 
writing, a writing. S2>-r»tf>2& lipi- 

karudu, s. A scribe, or writer. 
D£K libbi, 8. Wealth, riches. 
8$ libhi, s, vide sa lipi. 



)e> lila, 5. A branch of feminine ac- 
tion* proceeding from love, or the 
imitation of a lover's manner, 
speech, gait, &jc, by his mistress, 
to pass the time in his absence.. 2. 
Play, sport, pastime- in general. 3. 
Amorous or wanton sport. 



&r>& liiti, 



OT*> 



Plunder, sacking. 



"SoS" lenka, s. A servant, or peon. 

*3Sfr- lekka, s. An account. 2. Arith- 
metic, reckoning. 3. Figuratively, 
regard, esteem, as ; *3§k_^ctf» le- 
kkacheyu, v. a. To reckon, to 
count. 2. To regard, mind, or 
esteem/3 S/^o-s&lekkintsii, v. a. To 
reckon, to count ; to make up an 
account. 

■^tfv lessa, adv. vide ->x°-if> baga, s. 
<fc adj. vide wfo bagu. 

■3^-7^, "3sr^ lessaga, lessa, adv. 
■*r 7r> baga. 

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iS&.Lcdu 



15 le, adj. A contraction of -$g leta, 
q. v. inierj. Get up ! up with you! 
In this sense, it is a contraction 
of the imperative of the verb -£& 
letsu, q. v. 

ife leka, s- This is the negative ver- 
bal participle of Sex>7fo kalugu, q- 
v. ; affixed to a notin substantive 
it denotes. Without. 2- Or, or 
if not; as, ;&«&•» 13 if £n^?5b gnrrra- 
mulekapolenu, I cannot go with- 
out a horse. ^^^"^§"^"3 ^p» idai- 
nalekaadaiua-, Either this, or that; 
this, or if not, that. Added to the 
infinitive of any verb, it .denotes 
unable; as, t§cb&i5s cheyaleka, 

Unable to do. •xr'lSg' rale'ka, Un- 
able to come, 15 £&-*"<§ lekapote, 
adv. Otherwise, if not. ite^o^ 
lekavundu, To be absent. 

■#$> lekha, s- A letter. ^^0o lekha- 
kudu, s. A writer, or scribe. S$) 
tf *s» lekhanamu, s. "Writing, scrip- 
ture. 

13 K legat, .?. A sucking calf. 

l5Kfe2o5^^) legatiyavu, 5. A cow, new- 
ly with call. 

"^•&> letsu, p. n. To rise, get up, or 
arise, vide ~§& lepu. ■ 

"e5tolet,a, is. The bough, or branch, of 
a tree. 



"e5feo"a»K*foa letamogamu, s. Turning 

the face) retreating. 
"3 a ledi, s. An antelope, iffis'o^ le- 

dikanti, s. lit. Antelope eyed. A 

female with the vivid glance of 

the antelope. 

"e5i£ leta, adj. Tender, soft, young.lS 
e^c9?5s5s>, "ef^etis'stoo letatanamuje- 
tarrikamu, 5. Infancy, youth. 

13sbledu, adv. This is the neuter 
third person singular of the nega- 
tive aorist of &'tx>fto kalugn, q. v. 

Besides the power which is there 
explained to belong to that aorist, 
as an auxiliary verb, when conju- 
gated through it's several persons, 
this word used indeclinably as an 
adverb has two senses peculiar 
to itself. 1st, placed after a nomi- 
native of any of the three persons 
and the infinitive of any verb, it is 
a simple negative particle denying 
the action of the verb with refer- 
ence to the past time only , as. 
^(^oas^nemicheyaledu. 1 did 

not do.2dly,used independently of 
itself, it is a simple negative par- 
ticle,denying existenee,uppiicable 
to all persons, but without refer- 
ence to any time, and opposed to 
~s*»& kadu, which denies essence, 
quality, &e- The contrary of. "^«b 
]edu ; there is not? is g& kaddu, 
There is ; but the contrary of 
s-r& kadu, is t? $j& aynnn, q. v. 



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eH-TP-Loga 



~3$) lepu, v. a. To cause to arise* 
or get up ; to raised rouse, or 
awake another. This is the causal 
form of !$&> letsu, q. v. 

"e5sk lema, s. A woman. 

"efao, "e$&ocl lemi, lemid-i, s. This is 
the negative verbal noun of sTewfo 
kalugu, q. v. Denoting Non- 
possession, non-existence* and 
thence poverty. 

"eS^sSx) les'amu, s. A small quantity. 

adj. Small? little. 
"e5sfr«i&», TJs^eska lehamu, lehyamu, 

s. An electuary, in medicine. 

of™ 

e/^ofto longu, v. n. To become low, 

or humble. 2. To yield. 
er°-ifcy er^a» lotstsu, lodzdzu, 0$. 

Inferior, less, deficient. 
v^&lih— er»J3&4j, ^"fossofio lotipita- 

lottipitta, lottenugu, 's. A camel. 
er°&)S'ss«N lottakannu, 5. A sunken 

eye. 
e^&j^od&o lottaveyu, v. %. To prove, 

or render, false, 2. To click, or 

smack, the tongue against the 

palate. 

er**3 lotti, s. The .small earthen 
pot, used in collecting fermented 
juice from palm trees. er°t3 sfoj-iftv 
lottimutstsu . s. A drunkard. 



er°&"2:&x> lodapettu, v. a. To mix 

to 

any liquid. 

er°d&£ loduta, 5. The span from the 

point of the thumb, to that of the 
forefinger. 

er 5 16, postpos. In. The sign of the 
local ablative, adj. Inner, inward, 
inside. er*^owe lojeyyi, s. The 
palm, or inside, of the hand. 

er^&w lokamu. s. A world, a divi- 
sion of the universe. In general, 
three lokas are enumerated, or 
heaven, hell, and the earth. 

er*§oss" lokuva, adj. Subordinate, 
inferior, subject to. er*sbss^r<x>r°a6 
lokuvachesukonu, To reduce, or 
bring, under one's authority. 

erf'Scr* s^tfs&o lokotfcaramu, adj. Ex- 
cellent, elegant, pleasing, or 
agreeable, to all. 

&~*K& logada, s. Making in the 

innex. Sing. er*Xfc3 lcgati, Former 

times, adv. Formerly. £. Pre- 
viously. 

ts^Kd, logadi, adj. Former, previous, 

foregoing. 
&+-K*\6g&,adv. Formerly, previously. 

2. Inside. 3. Within, as applied 

to time, or any fixed period. 4. 

Mean time, while, whilst. 5. In 

the course of. ' 



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tfog^Vanka 



€j^5\D IxSgili, f. Making in the inflex. 

Sing, er 5 *^ logiti-, The interior 

of a house. 
<^rto logu, «?. fii To retire, retreat, 

or go back. 

er^-Ctfsfeo lochanamu, s. The eye. &> 
er^tf sSw sulochanamli, s. 
Spectacles, or glasses, for the eye. 

er*&jo 16 tu, s. Loss, detriment. 

er^gb^ss lotakkuva, adj. Remain- 
ing, s. Remainder, residue. 

er*«& lotu, s. Depth, adj. Deep. 

er*S> loni, adj. Inner, inward, inside. 

?!**(& lonu, s. Making in the inflex. 
Sing. er*$ loni, The interior, or 
inside. 

er*-£&> lopadu, v. n. To submit, or 
yield. e^sSesoSb loparratsu, e\ a. 
To reduce within one's power. 

<2T*s$&» lopamu, s. Rejection, cutting 
off in general, especially used as 
a grammatical term, for dropping 
letters, syllables, &c. 

er*Sa lopala, 5. Making in the in- 
flex. Sing. er*sSD lopali, -The 
inside, or interior ; the inner, or 
inwarcl part. adv. Inside, within, 
postpos. Within, among. . 

er^sftw lobhamu, 5. Covetousness, 
avarice, er^Sps^i&o lobhitwamu, s. 
Covetousness, parsimony. sr*p 16- 
bhi, s, A covetous man ; a miser. 



er*^&» lomamu, s. The hair of 
the body. 

er*«so loya, s. A deep pit, or crater, 
on the top of a mountain. 

er*£> lovi, s. A large brass water pot. 

er^sS lovidi, adv. vide zr*x& logada- 

€^"3 #tf» lovainamu, s. Former par- 
ticulars, or circumstances, adv. 
Formerly, before. 

IPSg'sfea laukikamu, adj. Mundane, 
secular, worldly ,human, what pre- 
vails amongst, or is familiar to, 
mankind. WB&&> laukikudu, s. 
secular, as opposed to a spiritual 
man ; one of the secular, as op- 
posed to the regular* or religious 
brahmans. 



a" va, The forty -fifth letter, and thir- 
tieth consonant, in the Telugu al- 
phabet. 

ssosf vanka, $. Crpokedness, tortuo- 
sity. 2. A side, quarter, or direc- 
tion. 3. A watercourse. 4. Pretence. 
5. Blame, adj. Crooked, tor- 
tuous, twisted. tfoS'sSr-kew vanka- 
matalu, lit. Crooked words, Irre- 
levant expressions. 7r>tfo£&r»&> 
navankatsiidu, Look towards me. 
£>£ $q$ tallivanka, The mother's 



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sfo*S- Vanti 



side, "^^o bbss o^XSm netturuvanka- 
gattui Blood to flow, like water 
in a water- course. 

sSoS'tf vankara, adj. Crooked, tortu- 
ous, twisted, uneven, s. Crooked- 
ness, a bend or curve. 2. Blame. 
3. A fault 

sffoS'fS^tfxeo vankasannamula, & 
plu, A species of paddy. 

So-s-°c*6 vankaya, s. The vegetable 

usually at Madras termed Brin- 
jal ; the egg plant, or Solanum 
melongena. 

Sol vankl, s. An armlet of a waving 
form, worn by Hindoo females. 

Sol vanke, s* vide a,ol onke. 

scX vanga, adj. Of or belonging to 
the Brinjal, or egg plant, s. A crop 
of that plant. 

SoX&sSao vangadamu, s. A family, or 
race. 

SoX&sfco vangasamu, s. vide s. soS" 
s&o vamsamu. 

So Kb "v an gu, v. n. To bend down, or 
stoop. 2. To become low, or hum- 
ble. softooSb vangintsu, v. a. To 
bend or make crooked ; to cause 
to stoop. 2. To humble, lower, or 
reduce. soX"5>&», soX~^c&o vane;a- 
pettu, vangaveyu, To force to 
stoop, or bend. 

so*S\ so-tfsSw vantsa, vantsamu, s. 
The ace, in dice. 



So-tftf, Sc-^tfafo) van china, van- 
chanamu, s. Delusion, trick, de- 
ceit, cheating, fraud. Xotf&eh 
vanchakUilu, s. A rogue, cheat, 
deceiver, knave, or impostor. so£> 
e£sfo> van chit amu, adj. Tricked, 
deceived, cheated, so -©oik van- 
chintsu, To deceive. 

So-iSb vantsu, v. a. vide softo-tfo 
vangintsu, Under, sjo^j vangu, 2. 
To pour. 

So'S vanche, 5. vide 2j<5 odi, No. 2. 

So£o vanta, s. Cooking, or dressing, 
food. 2. Any thing cooked, dress- 
ed, or prepared. 3. Dried dung of 
cows, &c. ? used as fuel. 

Sckoaoex) vantayillu, s. A kitchen. 
Sokes' >_. vantalakka,A cookmaid. 
Soto«r*^vantavadu, s. A cook. so 
So^Seaogo, #0b§b vantacherruku 
saruku, s. Fuel. 

So&> = s5m vantakamu, s. Food, victu- 
als, boiled rice. 

SofeB vanti, adj. In composition only, 
affixed and not preceeding the 
word with which it is connect- 
ed. Such, like. tt'So*5 navauti, 
Such as me. ci&3So*3 etu vanti 
What like ? wk^sotS atu vanti, 
Such as that, like that- s^&osots 
ituvanti, Such as this, like this. 



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3Sc£& van d ii v. a. To cook ; to dress, 
or prepare, food. sSo&o-i& vandin- 
tsu, v. Gaus To cause to cook. &c. 

ssotf vanta, s. Vexation, grief. 

sJo&'Sccfo vantaveyu, v. a. To direct, 
or cast, the eye, in a wanton 
manner ; to glance wantonly. 

ssosk vantu, s. A share, or portion. 

2. A turn by rotation. 
s$a"§tf vantena, .?. A bridge/ 
xots vanda, s. A hundred. 
sso£tfs&a vandanamu, 5. Obeisance 

to a brahman, or superior, by 

touching the feet, &c. ; reverence, 

worshipping, adoring •, respect, 

civility. 
#o stf vandara, 5. A piece, fragment, 

or bit. 
tfotfb, tfosbtfb vandu, vanduru, v. n. 

To grieve, to be sorrowful or 

vexed., 
tfojsfetfc vandurn, s. Sorrow, grief, 

vexation. 
sTo$ vampu, s. Crookedness ; a 

bend, or curve. e£e>sSo«&e>D talavam- 

pulu, lit. Bendings of the head, 

Disgrace. 
#o<rs5M vamsamu, 5. Race, lineage, 

family, extraction. % A. bamboo. 

sSo-sr^Qs- vamsanarti, s. A rope, 

or bamboo, dancer. zSQfp>&rtd\&i6x> 

vamsanucharitramu, s. A chroni- 



cle, or genealogical history, ssc^ 
»?> vamsavali, s. Genealogy, ssotf 
%&e- vamsakarta, s. The original 
progenitor of any race. 

s5r-2>$>, ssrfr-. vaka-vakha, vakka, 
Numeral, vide &§" oka. 

#§ex> vakil n, s* An agent, ambassa- 
dor, or representative. 

s>?fk_ vakka, 5. Areca nut. 2. A bit. 
or piece, of any hard substance. ss 
^k_er>§bex> vakkalakulu,Areca nufc 
and beetle leaf ssg^Do-db vakka- 
lintsu, v. a. To split, or break, in 
pieces. 

ssr^-cavkkaria, s. videt^y^ziokk^r^. 

s3'k_tf&o vakkaramu,s. vide # sTs5*> 
vakramu. 2. vide ss s'Ssfra vaktra- 



«/ 



mu. 



tf-5-*k_t3oo5b vakkanintsu, v. a. 
Zj-3^_ {3o-l5b okkanintsa- 

x^j&n vakramu,«cy. Crooked,awry, 
distorted, curved, bowed, bent. 2. 
Cruel, malignant, xr^otfb vakrin- 
tsu, e>. rc. The planets to move in 
an irregular course. 

XX vaga, s. Melancholy, grief, vexa- 
tion. 2* Foppish gestures. 3. A 
sort, or kind. 4. Manner, mode, 
'way, means. sstf-s-*&>, #Ker°2& va- 
gakaclu, vagaladu,s. A fop. tfXer* 
& vagaladi, s. An affected female; 
a coquette. 



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»Xt6 vagatsu, v. n. To grieve. 2. 
To ponder, or consider. ssxj^.vaga 
pu, s. Grief, affliction. 

sJX"3/fo vagadegu, 0. ^. To be final- 
ly settled, or decided. ^Oo-^ 
vagadentsu, <v. a. To decide, or 
.settle, finally. 

s$X& vagaru, s- And adj. vide 2o»Xdb 
ogaru. 

S)K*fc\ vagartsu, v. n. vide 2oK"db\ o- 
gartsu. 

ss-^tfs&a vachanamu,6'.Speecli, speck- 
ing. 2. A sentence, dictum, or 
aphorism. 3. Prose. s^o-tfo, tf£) 
omot5o vachintsu, vachiyintsu,.? a. 
To say, to speak. 

S5n5bv vatstsu, v. «. To come., 2. To 
arrive, happen, or occur, sssfc^ 
vatstsunu, And -cr»& radii, The 
third persons neuter of the affir- 
mative and negative aorists } of 
this verb, are respectively added, 
as auxiliaries, to the infinitive of 
any verb, to denote liberty, or the 
want of it ; may or may not. 76sx> 
~£s&-<r>& nenucheyaradu, I may 

not do. Any part of this verb, 
when affixed to the present verbal, 
participle of another, gives to the 
action expressed by that partici- 
ple the meaning of long habit, or 
continuance. acro&^oSj^TT ;*"^ 
nn'rupampiaturavalenii, You must 



continue to send, eA^&ca-o&is-tfb*' 
3b abhashavanikivatstsunu,He un- 
derstands that language, lit. That 
language to him comes. ^Ocxfioo 
■^g'SosSe^^&itfakvai ibiyyam- 

okasamvatsaranikivatstsunu, This 
rice will last (lit. Will come ) for 
a year. ^§2^ ollikivatstsu^zt. 
To come to the body, To be sick- 

S52T 1 vadza, 5. Deduction, subtrac- 
tion. 

ss^sSm vajramu, s. A diamond. 2. A 
thunderbolt; the weapon of In- 
dra. sJ^^s^tfoa vajradehamu, A 
strong constitution of body. 

tf^sSw, s>gtfsxx> vajramu, vajjiramu, 
s. Glue. 

ssaoifc vatintsu, v. n. To starve. 

£k> tfa> vattamu, s. Premium to the 
receiver, and discount to the 
payer, or profit and loss respective- 
ly, by exchange. 

2?<3 vatti, adj. Empty, void, blank, 
plain, bare. 2. Useless. 3. False, 
untrue. 4. Mere, quite. &&c&»%) 
vattiyavu, s. A dry cow. ss^-^to 
vattikalu, s. The shinbone-. e^asj 
t5 es»\tf adivattidabbara, That is 
a downright falsehood. 

s5fco vattu, v. n. To be drained, or 
dried up. s. Drying up, or drain- 
ing. 2. The joining of two pieces 
of wood. 3. Ail adjixrationi 



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Ca ' ' 



Sir^oS'^ vatnalakarra, 5. A pole, I 

on which sacks of grain, &c. Are | 

carried. 
55,^0 tf vatrana, s. Roundness. a" .&>. » | 

vatrani, arf?. Round. 
s$,k>,"s>4*> vatrapettu, ?;. a. To mind> 1 

regard? or evince respect. 
#£ys£»vatramu,s.A purse for beetle 

leaf, &c. 
sy.fl'ejo vatrillu, v. n. To be agree- 

able, or pleasant. 
s» ^j^). ss £*>,£> va?ruvu,vatruva, «cZ/> 

Round, circular, tf'^^tfoS, tf^ 

&,& vatrUvusudi,vatrusudi, s.The 

letter y # & .o-&> vatrintsu, 0. a. 

To make round, or circular. 
#£ vada. s. The hot or land wind. 

2. A sort of cake. 
s5&j ss&ceS-S'fcw vada, vadiya-kattu, 

v. a. To filter, or strain. 
sS&Sb vadaku, s.The northern point. 
ss&& vadaku, v. n. To tremble, or 

shake. 
x&Kodk) vadagandlu, s. plu. Hail. 

ss£fir*ex> vadadolu, s. A leathern 
dress, worn by huntsmen. 2. A 
leathern rope, used by the toddy 
drawers. 

£&-&•&$ vadapappu,s'.A sort of mess, 
prepared from the grain termed 



green gram, split and soaked in 

water, with salt, pepper, assafoe- 

tida, &c. 
£&zr*a&> vadapoyu, v. a. To strain, 

or filter. 

ss&sko<§ vadamudi, s. A name of Bhr 

ma, the second of the Pandu prin- 
ces. 

ss&eo vadalu,'*;. n. To fade, or wither. 

g&$, oS&$) vadavu, vaduvu, s. Man- 
ner, mode. 

ss& vadi, s, Quickness, rapidity, brisk- 
ness, sharpness. £. Severity, vio- 
lence. 3. vide z>& odi, No. 2. 4- 
vide c*6& yati, No. 2. ss&Kv?r>z& 
vadigalavadu, A clever, quick, or 
brave man. 

£&ossar«e£ vadiyapota, s. Filtering, 
straining. 

tfcaotfoa vadiyu, v. n. To drip down. 
2. To be expended. 

ss&^<y, s^S^ej vadisala, vadisala, s. 
The weapon termed a sling. 

z$ik&> vadukuj v. a. To spin. 

ss&>fo vadugu, s. vide &*£tfos5tfs5*> 
upanayanamu, 2. vide gbotgo va- 
tudu. 

ss&, ss& vaddi, vaddf, s. Interest on 
money.s&%ss& vaddikivaddi,Com- 
pound interest. 



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s<2oifc vaddintsu, v- a. To serve up 

a meal ; to place food before one. 

ss ££ vaddana, s. Distribution of 

a meal. 
?s& i&*&>, sf £oft vadlavadu,vadlanm, 

5. A carpenter. 
s5^o vadlu, 5. «/#. Padd}-. 

CO • 

s5ra&, 55?30§b vanaku, vanuku, v.n.To 
tremble, or shiver.*. Tremor trem- 
bling, shivering, #$§0^ vanikin- 

tsu, v. a. To shake ; to cause to 
tremble. 

asslecsfco vanijyamu, s. Traffic, trade, 

commerce, 
a' D vatti, s. The wick of a lamp, or 

candle, -aotfjg) ss 8 mainapuvatti, 

s. A wax candle, -g-etf^ss & kara 

pn vatti, A seton? when applied to 

a sore. 
s>^ vatsa, s. A child. 
s5fy ska vatsaraniu, 5. A year. 
5S£tf>, s5efc& vadaru,vaduru, z>. ». To 

prattle, or chat. 2. To grumble- 

s»is«)2y*d5' vadarubotu, s. A chat- 
\ terer. s5s&ex> vadarulu, s. #£#. 

Tattling, babbling, 
sstfexi, sjzsbew vadalu, vadulu, v. ?i.To 

become loose, or grow slack. 2. 

To be expended, as money, v. a. 

To quit, give up, or renounce. 



sS8®c-&-35a8o-£&,^£ew\Vadalintsu-va 
dilintsu, vadaltsu, v. a. To slack- 
en, loosen, untie, or liberate. 2. 
To cause to expend. 

55813, tfaftcsfi vadine, vadiniya. 5. 
The daughter of a mother's brother 
or of a father's sister, if older than 
one's- self. 2, The elder sister of a 
wife, or husband ; or an elder 
brother's wife. 

sJeSbe>o vadi.lu, adj. - Loose, slack, v.u. 
& a vide s5«^o vadalu. 

oS&voV& vadulukonu, v. a. To 
abandon, or relinquish. 

55 tf vadda, postpos* vide 2o& odda. 

5526 vaddu, A corrupted form of 
s5«ycfc, 35e)35& valadu,valavadu, The 
third person neuter of the ne- 
gative aorist of the verb 5500200 
valayu ; Affixed, as an auxiliary, 
to the infinitive of another verb, 
it denote's obligation or necessity 
negative of it's action, must not ; 
but having rather an imperative, 
than an indicative meaning; it 
may generally be translated Do 
not, do'nt. -*rss& ravaddu, Do'nt 
come, sr, &&*%.& varupovaddu, 
They must not go. Used indepen- 
dently by itself, it may be often 
translated No ; it is not necessary, 
or required ; I do not want it, &c. 

55 £ vadha, s. Murder, killing. sr$ 

•&, 35 9a»oa5bvadhintsu, vadhiyin- 
fcsu, v, a. To murder, or kill. 
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stiff* & vadhiiti) ,9. A young woman. 

5>e^&> vadhyudu/'s. A man deserv- 
ing of death. 

x>#s*», sfSczx) vanamu, vanambu, s. 
A forest, or wood. 2. A grove, or 
garden. 3. Water. 

#£& vanaru, v. n- To grieve, or be 
afflicted, s. Melanchoty, grief. 

sss>e£ vanita, s. A woman. 

tf^ods, ssis^ vanniya, vanne, s. 
Colour. 2. The lustre of metal, or 
ge?> ; s. 3. Affected airs, or gestures. 
adj. Coloured, painted. ^"^^2 
vannekatte, s- An affected female, 
a coquette, ssis^ -s^efo vannekadu, 
s, A fop, or coxcomb. ssis^o^ewflb 
vannelapulugu, <:■ The pheasant. 
lit. The painted bird. 

sssfctf s$>3 vamanarnu, $. Vomiting. 

ss^vammu,<X(i/.Of no effect,useless. 

ssobs&j ssdtS^S vayasu, "vayassu, .?. 
Age, time of life. 2. Puberty, 
youth. soastfoSw vayasthuclu, 5. A 
man in the prime of life. £o&Zq 
vayasya, s- A female friend- ssass 
&!&!&> vayasyudu, .5. A friend, or 
contemporary. 

#gb&*0 vayali? s- A car, or chariot. 

^coo^sSso vayinamu, s. The particu- 
lars, or detail, of any thing. sScoo 
ti ^w7v» vayinamuga, g^u. At large; 
narlicularlv ; in detail. 



ssS vara, $. A term, or limit, sstfgo, 
***&*&, varaku, varakunnu, Un- 
til, till, to, up to. 

stf vara, s. A scabbard, or sheath. 
vide 2oea orra. s>tf2$r>atf>o varaduyu, 
To unsheath, or draw, out of the 4 
scabbard. 

^S& varaku, adv. Until, vide T. s>s 
vara. 

sstfX©o-& varagalintsu, v. *z. To 
shine, or glitter. 

sstf&>e>o varatalu, s. plu. Lumps of 
dried dung. 

sstftf varada, s. A torrent, or flood. 

sstf$, ss&sg) varapu, varupu, s. A 
drought, or want of rain. 

ssSsSco varamu, s. A boon, favour 
blessing, or supernatural gift ; es- 
pecially granted by a deity, or 
brahman, adj. Best, excellent." 

tftfso varalu, s. plu. The large cir- 
cular rings of.burnt earth sunk 
in a' small well, to prevent the 
earth from falling in. 

astftf varava, s. A channel of supply, 

*to an artificial lake. 
sstf$ varavu, s. Income, profit, pay. 
##$£& varavu du, s. A servant, astfjg) 

feorfeo varavutamu, s. Service. 

ss&tf varasa, 5. A line, or row. 2. 

Order, arrangement, 3. Relation- 
ship. 4. A gift presented by a 



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procession of relations. 5. A turn 
by rotation. 6. A time, as once, 
twice, &c. 

55^^€-sj-d?, sstfsrca varaha-vara, va- 
rahani, 5. The gold coin termed 
a pagoda. 

ss 5 vari, s. Paddy. 

sS 8oo5b)55 80000 -do varintsu, variyintsu, 
v. a. To desire, wish for, or covet. 

sei^ao varigelu, s. phi. vide sSo^sSm 
e>o varakamulu. 

ss&fib varugu, 5. Vegetables, or fruit, 
preserved in a dried state^ 2. 
Leaning, or inclining to one side, 
■ v. n. vide z>KT& oragu. 

S)&2» varudzu, s. The ridge, or dam, 
dividing one irrigated piece of 
ground from another. 

sJSbdb varudu, s. A hasband. 2- A 
bridegroom. 3. A son-in-law. 

S&3 varusa, s. vide xtirs varasa, s>tf> 
»#-** varusaga adv. Regularly, in 
good order. 

XX &*> vargamu,*. A class, or tribe. 

% ' A multitude of similar things. 

3. A chapter, or section. s'ktfsSS *5<x> 

kattuvargamu, s. A dress, or suit 

of clothes. 

Seas-tf, stosr-tfsSw varnana, varna- 
namii, s. Praise, panegyric. % 
Describing, expatiating, explain- 
ing, pointing out qualities, or ex- 
cellencies. sSsSs-ooSb varnintsu, v. 
a. To praise, or describe. 



g&sr&xi varnamu, s. A tribe, class, 
caste, or order. 2. Colour, hue, 
tint. 3. The order or arrangement 
of a song, or poem. 4. A musical 
mode. 5. A letter of the alphabet. 

sSe£sr-§'s»a va rtakam u, s. Traffic, 
trade, commerce. 2. A horse's 
hoof. 3. A sort of quail. s5&s-§oSk 
vartakudu, s. A merchant, or 
trader. 

3$££-s*r»tf»Sw vartamanamti, s. News, 
intelligence, information; intima- 
tion, notice. 2. In grammar, the 
present tense. 

3S8s-o-*Sa-5S9E-e» N , sSlfcroo vartintsu- 

CO 

vartilu, vartillu, v, n. To act, or 
behave. 2. To be going on, in a 
state of action. 

35&.£-sSm varshamu, s. A year. 2» 
Rain, sslxs-o-db varshintsu, v. n. 
To rain. tf s&s-sSotfBavarshopalaniu, 
Hail. sszLs-tSxi&Qcs&i varshamu- 
kuriyu, Rain to fall. 3Ssxs-s$»-3 
Scc$»yarshamuveiiyu,Rain to stop. 

ss&& varradu, s. An old jackal. 

ss"ea^, 55&5c$ varrata, varrada, s. 
Flood, deluge, torrent, or inunda- 
tion. 

ssoatx) varralu, v. n: To shine. 
s5^ Yarrra, s. A pungent taste. 
Sew varrru, s. A heap, or quantity. 
adj. Much, 



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ilipe 



s5"e» vala, s. A net. a'a-ioaoo, Ltio va- 
cs 
la-veyu, odcln. To throw, or cast, 

a net. 

3S00& valanti s. A clever, or skilful, 
person. 

sJe>"^8sJK'£x> valakarivagalu, s. plu. 
The airs, or gestures, of an affect- 
ed female. 

£<d1C& valagonu, v. a. To surrouud, 
• or encompass ; to walk round. 

ssej-vfo valatsu, v. a. To love. v. n. To 
smell, or emit perfume, sw^o^ 
valapintsu, v. Caus. To cause to 
love. 

Xo& valadu, vide #&> vadd'u. 

£v$ valana, postpos. vide 35 o valla. 

sssysS valanu, s. An expedient, stra- 
tagem, method, manner. 2. Beau- 
ty, excellence. 

tfasSfy valapala, s. Making in the in- 
Hex. Sing. sjosss, sse^a valapali, 
valapati, The right side. 

Xv-A® valapali, adj- Right, #e)£k> 
valapata, adv.' On the right side. 
z5t)Zv%vs valapalagilaka, s. The 
letter g- which is always Written 
on the right side of the syllable 
before which it is pronounced. . 

zs <y^> valapu, s. Love, affection, 
fondness. 2. Smell, fragrance. 

s5e)«x» valamu? s. Size, dimension. 2. 
BignesSj fatness adj. Big, fat. 



s$e>s&»9 valamuri, s. The conch of 

Vishnu. 
ssoo&sSdo valayamn, .?. A bracelet, or 

armlet. 2. An inclosure. 
ssvosv valayu, v. a. To wish, want, 

desire, or. covet. ss"3sfc, ssas^a va- 
lenu, valasinadi, The third person 
of the past tense, and ss<ycc&;& 
valaynnu, The third person of 
the affirmitive aorist, of this verb, 
are affixed, as auxiliaries, to the 
infinitive of any verb, to denote 
obligation, or necessity, without 
reference to any particular time, 
and may be translated by the 
English word must. 

#e>-cP2?> valaradzu, s, A name of 
Kama, the Hindoo Cupid. zs&ir> 
2»7&r2& valaradzusudu, s. Siva j 
as his enemy. 

sJcjsSe>5Sj2&\, s5e)S5e)er>2& Valavalayed- 
tsu, valavalaladn, v. n. To weep 
or cry, very violently, or loudly. 

sjotf valasa, s. The fleeing, or re- 
moving, of people from their 
homes, from fear. sswtf-^ctfa, &•*;£ 

valasa-tiyu, povu, v. n. People 
to flee from their homes, from 
fear, 
ss© vali, adj. Cold. cool. s. Cold, ss© 

©^ valitippa, .9, The snowy? or 
Himalaya, mountains. 
35 ©*&/&» valipenms.Open texture, of 
cloth, etc. v • 



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sSdcSo valiyu, v. a. To love, 

s$-<yo& vaiuku, v. Wi vide z,ex>§b oluku. 

ssex>tf valuda, adj. Great, big. s. 
Greatness, Bigness. 

s5ex>s5 valuva, s. A cloth. 

5513 vale, adj. Like, resembling, si- 
milar- 

ss"3s& valenu, vide Under, stoctfo va- 

layu. 

ssers valna, postpos. vide ssatf valana. 

sre, valla, postpos. By, by means of, 
with, from. 5. Stratagem, expedi- 
ent. 2. Convenience, adj. Conveni- 
ent. 2. Possible, are^CS valla- 
malina, «$. Impossible. 2. Much, 
excessive, large. 

tfo -r-efe vallakadu, s. Making in 
"the inflex. Sing. sSe^T**3 vallaka- 
ti, A cemetery, or place for burn- 
ing, or burying, the dead. 

s5o & valladi, & Misfortune, evil- 2. 
Plunder, booty. 

s5e) o-i5b vallintsu, v> a- To learn, or 

no 

get by heart ; to repeat from me- 
mory. 
5>15 valle, adv. Yes ; ^ood,well, right, 

no ° 

&c, expressing approbation, or 
consent, s. Repeating from me- 
mory, or learning by heart. 

5515 "eT\&> valletradu, s. A noosed 
rope ; a noose. ss]3 ,-g^ 2&-zy«ex^ 
vaUetradudalpu.s. Varuna, whose 
weapon is the noose- 



55?^) valavu, s- Manner, mode, me- 
thod- 2. Expedient, stratagem- 3. 
vide z*$$) olavu. 

s&*r»2&, ss§6 55 -53* &> valluvadu, val- 

OO ' IV) ... 

luvavadu. 5. A man of a caste, 
among the parias, or outcasts, 
superior to the rest of that tribe, 

j and considered as priests. 

; 55rs5c» vasamu, s. Possession, custo- 
dy, charge. 2. Subjection, submis- 
sion- 3. Authority, supremacy. ss§ 
S'tfrotfaa vasikaranamti, Subduing, 

overpowering, or obtaining pos- 
session of, by charms, drugs, or 
i incantations. 

• sS'Tesko vasyamu, adj. Dependent on' 
humbled, overpowered. 

ss?Sqs£s5» vasantamu, s. Water, mix- 
ed with turmerick and fine lime. 
i 55^8 vasati, s. A house, dwelling, 
or residence. 2. An allowance • 
pay- adj, Commodious, agreeable. 

sstf&» vasamu, s. vide ss-rsko vasama- 

s^^er vasala, s, One piece of w T ood, 
joined to another. 

s5-Sr°TT° vasara, s. A veranda. 

s5& vasi, 5. A thorn. 2. A spike. 

ssftonSb, s5&c»oo-&> vasintsu, vasiyin- 

tsu, v. n. To dwell, reside, or 
lodge. 

55&pe>o vasulu, s. Collection, acquis 

tion. 



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w»-&-Vatsu 






8>#o$ vastuvu, s. Thing, article, 
matter, substance. 2. Natural dis- 
position, essential property, na- 
ture, essence. 

ss tf^sfco vastramu, s. Cloth, clothes, 
raiment, estf^sj tfStfao annavastra- 
equ, Food and raiment, sj ?s^*7^l> 
s£s63o vastragalitamu, s. ^training 
any powder, through a dry cloth. 

#gr*o-&, s$Sj-°a»o-& x vahintsu, vahi- 
yintsu, v. a. To bear, support, or 
sustain. ? 

35^ vahf, 5. A book ; an account 
book. 

•sr> va, *. The mouth. 

■spo'lfc vantsu, 9. a. To bow down ; 
to bend. 

■sr> o^ vanchha, s- Wish, desire. 2. 
Love, attachment. ■5r»o-^o-i5i> vau- 
chhintsu, To desire, long, or wish. 

"sr^oS vanti, .«?. Vomiting. 

■s^S vaka, 5. A river. 

•so^tf vakara, 5. lietching to vomit. 
vide ^§"5o -do okarintsu. 

•sy^SI) v&kili, s. Making in the inflex. 
Sing. sr%a vakiti, A door. 2. The 
threshold. •s^lfeSUoS'ex) vakitilen- 
kalu, s.plu. Porters, door-keepers. 



•5T>&, •sr'Sb^ vaku,vakku, s, A word. 
2. Speech. ot^&w^sSm vakpatu- 
twamu, s. Elegance of speech- -st* 
g\sr6cB5£x> vaksahayamu, Verbal 
recommendation. s^y( ^tfwvagda 
ttamu, A promise, lit. That which 
is given by word. 

<ep>7P>oSsfc>3 vagvadamu, s. A verbal 
dispute, or altercation ; an argu- 
ment. *j-»2^ejs6e» vajnmulamu, 5, 
A deposition. 

■sr^cs&a vakyamu, s. A sentence. 2. 
A rule, or aphorism. 

■53-* XX vagara, s. A painting brush. 

■sT'X^sfea vagallamu, s. The circle 

CO 

round a thrashing floor. 
•r°7fo vagu, s. An army. 2. A torrent, 

or^current, of water, v .w.To sound. 
v. «. To* chatter, or prattle. 

•st»"7? vage, 5. The rein of a bridle. 

o^-s'rsSM vachakamu, s. Reading 
fluently. 

o^-S'fedo^ vatsarratsu, v % a. lit. To 
beat the mouth. To beg alms. In- 
dian beggars, or complainants, 
often beat the mouth, with a loud 
cry, to attract attention. 

sp>^r > e»2& vachaluduj s. A talkative 

man. 
oT^arss** vachikamUjS.News, tidings, 

intelligence, 
o^-ift vatsu, v. n. To swell. 2. To 

have a longing, or desire for. v.a. 
To sound. 



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■sytf-Vaaa 



*r> : &r>& vatsura, s. The eaves of a 
house. 

•srtssf), «p^\ vajibf, vajbf, adj. Just, 
expedient, proper, right, reason- 
able. 

BP&>s5*3 vatamu, 5. Convenience. 2. 
Means, expedient, %r»teS2& vata- 
padu, To be usual, customary, or 
convenient. 

■sr>fe5, -syfeSrv^ti, vatika,*. A garden, 
or orchard. 

■sr>& vada, s. A street. 2. vide £,£ 
oda. ^p.fig'toa vadakattu, A street, 
or range of nouses. 

■s^g-T^S vadagali, s. Wind, blowing 
from some point intermediate 
between the four cardinal points 
of the compass. 

w& vadi, s: Sharpness, as applied 
to weapons or instruments, adj. 
Sharp. ^S^esb vadichedu,To be- 
come blunt. ^&s&K2& va*dimaga- 
du, s. A brave, or valiant man. 

■sr^r, «^S"i vadika, vadike,s. Prac- 
tice, experience. 2. Habit, custom. 
3. Use. adj. Customary, usual, 
habitual. 2. Versed in, experi- 
enced in. 3. Used, made use of. 

■s^^b vadu, pro. He, that man. This 
is the masculine remote demon- 
strative pronoun of the third per- 
son. Nouns, denoting the agent,are 



often formed by adding this word 
to the inflexion of a substantive 
noun ; as Qo&?r>&) intivadu, lit. 
He of the house. The house-owner. 
•pr>sr»&> navadu, My man, relation, 
or servant. 
us* & vadu, v. n. To wither, or fade. 
v. a- To make use of. 2. To talk, 
speak, or tell, -sr-^br^so vadukonu, 
v. Comp. To make use of, for one's 
own benefit. 2. To be generally 
talked, or spoken of; to be the 
common talk. 

•sr>& vata, s. The actual cautery. 2. 
The mark which it produces. 

•smiles vaterra, s. The lower lip. lit m 
The skreen of the mouth. 
I ■5r>2Sj6oo vadamu, s> Discourse, disser- 
tation, discussion, dispute, argu- 
ment. tf?So^>c5sS» rasavadamu, Al- 
chymy. lit Mercurial dispute. 

■sr>a vadi, s. A plaintiff, or complai- 
nant. 

■5r»e>on5b vadintsu, v. a. To argue, 
debate, dispute, or discuss. 

o^>*es*», 0^*3 as* vadyamu,vaddemu, 
s. Any musical instrument. 2- 
Music. 

?r><S vana, s. Rain. adj> Rainy. «r># 
-tr&o vanapamu, s> lit A rainy 
shake- The common red earth 



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«r»Qo'^b-Varintf 



worm. ^n-tfXb5oa£o vanaguriyu^.w. 
To rain. o3^?5"3Doa^ vanaveliyu; 
To stop, or cease, raining; 

•sr>tftfs5ao v^naramu, s. A monkey, or 
ape. 

•5r>s5b vanu, p. a. To create- 

■kp> $$> vapu, s- A swelling, or protube- 
rance, s^^-ftofrvo vapudevulu, s m 
Dropsy. 

-sr^Eg) vapovu, v. n- To cry aloud. 
2. To chatter or talk icily. 

•sr*£o vami, s. A heap of straw- 

-xp>o35tf j6m vayanainu.s. Sweet meats, 
or cakes, the eating of which is 
no breach of a religious fast- 

«r°css£3fo> vayasamu, s. A crow, *r»oc& 

^xr>B vayasar^ti, It's enemy, 

the owl. 
•scpooo vayi? s. Making in the iuflex. 

Sing. *n>8, vati, The mouth. 2. 
The edge of any cutting instru- 
ment. 3- Such a quantity of grain 
as a mortar can contain at once. 
In this last sense, the inflexion is 
regular. 

■5^cooo-& vayintsu, v. a. To beat, 
sound, or piay upon any musical 
instrument, except wind instru- 
ments, to which is applied the 
verb. &&&> uclu, p. v. 2. To beat, 
or give blows. 

w-*o»-cr» vayida, s: An instalment, 
or term of payment. 



-sr°oeooS$'oXs$xew vayuviiangamulu, 
s. plu. A sort of medical plant, 
used as a vermifuge. 

■5r>ccfcoc& vayuvu, s. vide ■sr'&sko, va- 
tamu. $y>G&>$)r o & vayuvukonu, To 
be flatulent. ■sr*o$»& ) x%s&>o& va- 
yuvupattemandu, Medicine which 
dissipates flatulency. 

oT*tf vara, s. A bundle of thread, 

for weaving, containing eight 
Panjams. 2. Variance, difference; 
esnecially in accounts. 3. A side, 
or corner, adv. Aside. 

or* tfg' varaka, adv. Constantly, 

continually. 
o3-°tf5fs$a> varakamu, s. vide G- tis^b 
> takavi. 

«r>tf& varadi, s. Tendency. 
eT'^^b varadu, v. a. To quit, 

abandon, or leave off. 
■sr-tiri varara, adv. Fairly, well, 

i agreeably: 
sptfipg' varapaka, s. The veranda? 

or portico, of a house. 
sr»tfs5oo varamu, s. A day of the 

week. 2. A multitude, or quantity. 

3. A time ; as 'once, twice, &c. 
•s^-c^a varadi, a. vide xo~&tS vantena. 

sr»eoifc varmtsu, v. a. To drive 
away. 2. To defend, or ward off 
to guard* 8. To prevent, or oppose. 



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l&rVi 



•sr»8e9 variria, s. A leathern cable. 

sr>dtd»>b> varinapita, s. A piece of 
stick, used in fixing the yoke to 
the plough. 

»p& varu, s. A leathern belt, or 
strap, v. n. To be strained of 
water, as applied to boiled rice. 
v. a. To strip, or cut off? the edge 
of palm leaves. 2. To heap up. 

■sr>tfbsSsSx> varuvamu, s. A horse. 

•5T**fc\, ■«r>&T& vartsu, varutsu, v. a. 
To wait for. 2. To strain off the 
water from boiled rice. 3. To 
offer up daily prayers. «p»«o i 
varpu, s. Straining rice as above. 

*r» tf varta, s. Tidings, intelligence, 
news. 2. Conversation. ■&*j>zr>&> 
vartaladu, To speak, or converse. 

•5F>X£&x> vardhakamu, s. Old age. 
2. An "assemblage of old men. 

*r»e>sSw valamu, s. A tail. 

sr>zr*cx&&>o valayamu, adv. Always 
constantly. 

■sr»sx> valu, v. n. To bend, or incline 
down. 2. To light down, or perch, 
as a bird, &c. s. A sworcl. 2. A 
slope, adj. Long. 2. Sloping. 3. 
Sharp. 

o3-»ew-&>, or*e»\ valutsu, valtsu, v. a. 
To slope? lower, or incline clown. 
2. To wink, or shut, the eyes. ?.. 
To place one thing mo as 10 slope, 
incline, or lean, against another. 



tt»v ofeS valganti, s. A" woman having 

' large, or long eyes. « 

-sr>Z) vavi, s. Relationship, -5r«£)«£*£o 

vavitappu, To commit incest, lit' 
To neglect relationship. 

sr>£9 vaviri, adj. Very much. 2. 
Frequently. 

■5T*$$<6x> vavuramu, s. Ahorse. 

vr»tf& vasana, s. vide »r>"S>tf vasena. 

o3^^, *r>& vasi vasi, adj. Better, 
either in health, or as to quahMy; 
preferable, s. Preference. ??»&&$) 
vasiavu, v. n. To be cured, s^^ 
ctf» vasicheyu, v. a. To cure. 

w^v^sSm vasagrihamu, s. A bed 
chamber. 

■sr»r5tf vas ana, s. Smell, odour, 
fragrance, scent, flavour;- 2. The 
present consciousness of past per- 
ception. isr>Xc$T$jT> : &) vasanatsutsn, 
v* a. To smell ; to try the smell. 

•sjrtfsScw vasamu, s. The rafter of a 
building, -o^^^co&o vasapoyu, To 
place the rafters on a building. 
| o^-dro&o^c^&s vasabantravutu> s. A 
peoD or the lowest civil officer, 
nominated to superintend cultiva- 
tion. 

sr-!o# vasena, s. A cloth cover, for 
j a jar, &e. ; particularly that in 
| which rice is boiled by steam. -^ 



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S)4r»QS-Vikyati 



^gbz&tfaaex) vasenaku dumulu, 

-Cakes prepared in steam. 
•sr»_gtfes5c» vastavyamu, adj. True, 

real. s. Reality, truth. 
^s^tf&a vahanamu, s. A vehicle, or 

conveyance of any kind ; a carri- 
age, car, horse, &c 
■sr»$r»?> vahini, $> An army, or force. 

2. A river. <Kr-Sr*£>ss& vahinipati, 

The leader of an army. 

© vi, p^- A Sanskrit particle, pre- 
fixed to words of that language, 
and implying, Certainty, ascer- 
tainment. &c. 

CoX^sSw vingadamu, s. Separation, 
parting. 2. Beauty. 3. A wonder. 
adj. Separate, apart. SoK&oift, 
SoX'Poift vingadintsu, vingalintsu, 
v. a. To separate, or divide. 2. "To 
arrange, or put in order. 

&o-& vintsu, p. «. To break. 

So£-°ifctf. sosr»2fctf**» vijamara, vin- 
jamaramu, 5. A .chowri, the tail of 
the Bos granniens, used to whisk 
off flies, &c. 

SofcB vinti. adj. Of or belonging to a 
bow. vide aex> villu, &o&v& yin- 
tirasi, s. The sign Sagittarius, in 
the zodiac. 

•>o£ vinta, s. A 'Curiosity, or wonder. 
adj. Surprizing, wonderful, mar- 
vellous', curious \ strange', foreign. 



So«b vindu, 5. An invitation to an ' 
entertainment, or the entertain- 
ment itself, 2. A relation either 
male or female, Sotfb^oebo vindu- 
cheyu To give an entertainmeut. 
Sotfe§bS>oo-&> vinduknpilutsu, To 
invite to an entertainment. 

&gtf&&»e>rt»ex> vikaranidulamulu, s. 
s. pho. The cross lower beams of 
a shelving roof. 

srfro-vfc-aS'&eK), SSf&w vikasintsn, 
vikasillu, vikasilu, v. v.. To blow, 
or expand, as a flower. 

a-ytfsdK) vikaramu, s. Change, trans- 
mutation,transforrrjation,alteration 
2. Sickness, disease ; change from 
a state of health. 3. Ugliness, adj. 
Ugly. 2. Unnatural. 

a>3\ «r»-^tfs5» vikritakaramu, adj- 
Ugly, deformed, disgusting. 

aSo^- vikku, v- n. To stretch out 
the limbs, as on- first wa tang. 

& S'.c&sta) vikrayamu, 5. Selling, ven" 
dmg. »,!§,€>> S>^oa33o&> vikreta, 
vikrayakudu, s. A seller, vender, 

- or dealer.. »^ ooooifc vikrayintsu, 
v. a. To sell, a ~i .o&sSm vikreya- 
mu, adj. Vendible, saleable. 

S 4^0 9 vikhyati, s. Fame, celebrity, 
notoriety. &qr>?3s$x>. vikhyatamu, 
adj. Famous, notorious, known. 



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&cl-Vidi 



»^£6» vighatamu, s. An impedi- 
ment, obstacle, or hindrance ; a 
pr ohib it ion. a ^ $ s&o "^ oboo vighata- 
mucheyu, To hinder or impede. 

a^xsSw vighnamu, s. Hindrance^ 
obstacle, impediment. 

a^tfra vicharana, s. Investigation, 
inquiry. a^tfs*» vicharaniu, s. In- 
vestio-ation. reflection. 2. Grief, 
sorrow. 

3^r 3 8c"t& vicharintsu, I?. a. To in- 
vestigate, or inquire into ; to re- 
flect. 2. To condole with ; to 
console. 

s^tfrt^sr- vicharanakarta, s. An 
inquirer, a superintendent. 
&■&**•&& vicharapadu ; To be 
sorrowful, s^-eo^) vicharimpu, 
s. Inquiry, examination. 

S-agsfcj vichitramu, 5. Anything 
variegated, beautiful, or wonder- 
ful, adj. Variegated, beautiful, or 
wonderful. 

atS\ vichcha, s. A small ball of 
thread. 

a-S\«»a vitstsalavidi, adv. Accord- 
ing" to one's own uncontrolled in- 
clination ; at will, or pleasure. 
S>tf\ptf\tx> vitstsavitstsalu, s. Dis- 
persion on all sides ; scattering 
about. 



©■&} vitstsu, v> n. To become open, 
or loose ; to burst ; to be cracked, 
or broken, v. a. To open, or loosen; 
to untie-, to undo. ©•vSbxS'jS vitstsu- 
katti, 5. A drawn sword. 

S^Kccfo vichcheyu, v.n. To come. 

&22G&&x> vijavamu, s. Conquest, tri- 
umph, victory. aacBSsfc^ctfjo vija- 
yamncheyu, To go. 2. To come. 
This phrase, of two such opposite 
meanings, is used only when 
speaking of the great. 

£e?\o$o-& vijrimbhintsu, v. a. To 

unfold, or display. 

&sr , ;Stfskd vijnapanamu, s. An ad- 
dress, representation, communi- 
cation, solicitation, or application. 
ss-"2>o*fr vinjapintsu, To repre- 
sent, address, communicate, apply, 
or solicit.Thesetw^o words are used 
with reference to the communi- 
cation of an inferior, to a superior. 

S&tt 6 ^ vitak&du, s. A gallant or 
lover. 

a&£&3s5M vitatatamu, adj. Topsy- 
turvy. 

aefoe> vidadala, s.. Release ; setting 
at liberty, 

s£ vidi, s. The cotton produced from 
one pod. & Time, opportunity, oc- 
casion, adj. Unloaded, untied, 

. loose. aaw&> vidibadu, v. n. To 



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436 



ftWeotfo-Vidvamsu 



setoff. 2. To break loose. a&7T» 
vidiga, adv. At liberty, idlo, un- 
employed. 
&&««, a&sfcfc*) vididala, vidimattu, 

eo ... 

,9. A halting place. 

a&a vididi, s. A lodging, or tempo- 
rary residence. 

a8s5a>& vidimudi, s. Wealth, riches. 

J&&033x5» vidiyamu, 5. Beetle, with 

areca nut, &c. 
a&oaco vidiyn, v. n. To reside, or 

halt. 
a£& vidu, v. n. To become loose, 

slack, separate, or untied ;. to 
part, asSb-db viclutsu, v. a. To 
loosen or slacken ; to untie, or 
undo. 2. To leave, quit, relin- 
quish, abandon, or give up. 3. To 
depart. 4. To shoot, or discharge. 
P. n. To cease, or terminate. a& 

2>o-tfb vidipintsu, v, Caus. To 
cause, to loosen, fee. ; to release. 
8&-S)~5)to3 vidichipettu, To leave 
off, to quit entirely. 

&&F*£& vidanadu, v. a. To discharge, 
or dismiss. 2. To abuse ©&>$ Yif 
dupu, s. Quitting, leaving 5 relin- 
quishing, abandoning. 

a2&#_ a£££ viduta, vidata, s. In 
composition. Time ; as, &gae&# 
okaviduta, Once, &c 

£^oes?j vidudala, ,v- vide a&£«y vida- 
dala. 



£*&&•», a£os*» videiuu. vidyamu/s. 

-yicZe a&cBSsto vidiyamu. 
a<5£r>tfs*» vidduramu, s. Obstinacy. 

adj> Obstinate. 
SSo&sfca vitandamu, s* Criticism ; 

refutation, subverting another' 

opinion, and establishing one's 

own. 
air , a£ vit&, -vita, adj. Useless, 

vain- 
air So vitaku, s. Being without mo- 
tion* s«r e §o^^b vitakupadu, v- ». 
To become motionless, 
a &tf*w> vittanamu., s. A seed." 

©&> vittu, s. A seed. v. a. To sow. 
a ©0-& vittintsu, v. Caus. To cause 

to BOW. 

aaSonfc-atfooy aa©oofc vidalintsu- 

- vidaltsu, vidilintsu,?. a. To shake, 
or beat out the dust fr©m any 
thing. 2. To reject with anger. 

8£e, a "3 vidya, vidde, s. Science, 
knowledge, learning. 2. A langu- 
age, or tongue. 3. An art. 4. Jug- 
gling. &T3r*c§£- vidyai*thi,a<^'. De- 
sirous of acquiring science, s. A. 
student. aacu^eSo vidyaladu, To 
juggle ; to play tricks of legerde- 
main. 

a"WVo&>2& vidvamsudu, 5. A learn- 
ed man; a man of letters, a pundit. 
a-ar»<^o;6oTr>ex> vidvamsuralu, «• A 

i learned woman. 



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437 



£>#29o-Vibhajm 



S>£jfc» vidhamu, s. Manner? way> 

mode. 2. Kind, sort. 
a#s vidhava, s. A widow. 
3$ vidhi, s. Bramha, the creator. 

2. Destiny, fate, luck. 3- A sacred 
precept, act, or rite, prescribed by 
the Vedas, effecting certain con- 
sequences. 4. A decree, order, or 
command. 5. An act, or action. 
»$o-i& vidhintsu, v. a. To order, 

command, ordain, or prescribe. 
Stfg'a vinakari, s. Hearing, listening- 
StfctfSska vinayamu, s. Humility, sup- 
plication. 2. Mildness. 3. Reve- 
rence, obeisance. 4. Politeness, 
civility. 
S^r% a 73-* tt» vina, vinaga, adfc. With- 
out, except. STPoooo-db vinayintsu, 
v- a. To except, or excempt. 
apj^rfw vinasamu, s.Buin, destruc- 
tion, annihilation. & Disappear- 
ance, loss. 

S>§, S£§a viniki, vini'kidi, s. Hear- 
ing, listening. 
SS^o-'X't&a viniyogamu- s> Giving, or 
parting with, any thing, for a 
consideration, or in expectation of 
some advantage. 
£sa vinu, s. The sky. p. a. To hear. 
as6nfc-£$g>oa$b, aso!)0\5b vinutsu- 
vinipintsu, vinupintsu, v. Caus. 
To cause to hear. The two latter 



i) 



forms, however, as well as atfss&x , 
£#£>£& vinavatstsu, vinabadu, 
Used impersonally w T ith the dative 
case, denote to be heard- tt»Sos 

»l)o-£)oSnakuvitripinchindi,I have 
heard. 
Ssfc© vinuti,s- Praise, commendation- 

S);£8o\fo vinutintsu, v. a. To praise, 
or commend. 
a*^r»««5oo vinodamu, s. Eagerness, 

vehemence. 2. Play, sport, pas- 
time. 

Sr^x £#*&» vinnadanamu, s. Sorrow, 
grief, affliction, as£s sr^ vinnabo 
vu. To be sorrowful, or afflicted. 

a £^j6sSm vinnapamu, s. vide &&*-£$ 
s5oo. vijnapanamu. atf^Sotfb, 3?^ 
So^Jb vinnapintsu, vinnavintsu, e>. 
a. To represent, address, or soli- 
cit ; to make application. 

SfS^eaaka vinnanamu, s. Worth, 
worthiness, adj. Worthy. 

©(33^ vinnu, s> The sky. 

»-£8^k5m viparitamu, adj. Contrary 
opposite, reverse, inverse. 

5)*^ vippu, v. a. To untie, or loosen- 
adj. Extensive, large. 

a^^b viprudu, s. A brahman. 

Cf ? vibhakti, s. In grammar, The 
case of a noun- 

Sjjr^o-tfo vibhajintsu, v. a. To divide, 
share, or make a partition. 



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aer^-Virodka 



&##*&> vibhavamu, s. Substance, 
property, wealth, riches. 

a^Ksfca vibhagamu, s- Share, part, 
portion. a^5\o"-& vibhagintsu,tf.«. 
To divide, or share. 

Ss5b^ vimars'a, s. Inquiry, investi- 
gation, examination. Ss&e^o-db 
vimarsintsu, v. a. To investigate. 

Ssfc^tfako vimanamu, s. A car, or 
chariot, of the gods, sometimes 
serving as a seat or throne, and 
at others carrying them through 
the skies self- directed, and self- 
moving. 2. Any car, or vehicle.3. 
A horse. 4. A palace ; the palace 
of an emperor or supreme mo- 
narch. 

£>cxfc>Qsko viyyamu, s. Connexion by 
affinity, or marriage. g>cs$e«&Ty*ex> 
viyyapuralu, s. The connexion of 
mothers-in-law to each other. & 

OSSOO&S& viyyankudu,s. The con- 
nexion of fathers-in-law to each 
other. acsScsfcoab viyyamandu,To 
become connected, by marriage. 

atfK»2&viragabadu,tf.ra.To be^proud, 
or arrogant. StiTCwkxt viragabatu, 
s. Pride, haughtiness. 

aff&tf viravira, s. Heat, ardour, in- 
flammation. atfsSsSbsfc viravirama 
nu, «. n. To be inflamed. 

atftfsfea virasamu, s. Kupttire, or dis- 
agreement, among friends. 



»tfs£*xk> virahamu, s. Separation ; 
parting, especially of lovers. 

3-cp!fs$M viralamu, s. A tax, or im- 
post. 

S-tr»S> virali, s. The pain of separa- 
tion, from a husband, or lover. 

88 viri, s, A flower. 

sasS^S, aezr 5 ^ viribodi, viriboni, s. 
A woman. 

©9osao viriyu, v. n. To expand, or 
blow, as a flower ; to crack, as 
lime-stone, when burnt. tfe>a8o& 
2S^& §*";$> talaviriyabosukonu, To 
wear the hair all dishevelled. 

S&7& virugu, v. n. To break, or be- 
come broken- 2.* To be defeated. 
3. To curdle. &&•& virutsu, v. a. 
To break, or reduce, to pieces, 2. 
To kill, or destroy, as applied to 
mercury when mixed, or amalga- 
mated with other medicines. 3. 
To counteracts applied to poison. 
sa©^6» virichikattu, v. a- To 
pinion. a tfX5T*&» viragagottu, v. a. 
To rout, or defeat. 

3&>fo2k virugudu, s. A remedy; a 
counteracting remedy. 

a8"*$>s5» virodhamu, s. Enmity, 
animosity. 2. Opposition, contra- 
diction. S. Prevention, hindrance. 
' SS"*$o-i5b virodhintsu, To oppose, 
withstand, or contradict. 2- To 
prevent or hinder. 



SocX-Villang'a 



439 



S^rViveka 



£-&"*"$ virodhi, s. An enemy, or op. 
ponent. 

■»e3s>, Sagaavirrivi, virrividi, s. Ex- 
tent, adj. Extensive, large. 

£g£>?6 virrravigu, v-n. To be puffed 
up ; to be large, big, or proud. 

Se)S)o^5b vilapintsu, v. n To lament ; 
to be in grief, or affliction. 

£e>s> vilava, s. vide *Se> vela. 

SaSej^fewr*^, 3wg)<yer*£b vilavilao^O- 
ttukonu, vilavilaladu, y. w. To be 
convulsed,, or in convulsions. 

&o&t*i6» vilakshanamu, adj. Other. 
2. Unprecedented, extraordinary. 

Ser*3S<6s> vilapamu, s. Lamentation, 
weeping, grief, distress. 

£>er*g>o-i$b vilapintsu, v, n. vide &e> 
^o-ifc vilapintsu. 

Ser*;5sk» vilasamu, 5. One kind of 
feminine action, considered as 
proceeding from, and indicative 
of amorous sentiments ; change 
of place> posture, gait, or look, on 
the approach of the lover ; as, 
hiding at his approach, assuming 
a look of displeasure, &c. 2. Spor;t, 
pastime, play ; especially amor- 
ous pastime, dalliance, wanton- 
ness. 

ae»i5b vilntsu, v. a. To sell. 

sexjsr viluva, s~ vide "Sa vela- 

&e> d'jfsSw villamgamu, s. A claim, or 
dispute. SCqOo oTC^aiT' sarvavi- 



llangasuddhiga, Without any 
the smallest claim. This is a 
phrase in bills of sale, transfer- 
ring property without any the 
smallest reservation, or future 
claim. 

Sew, aewvillu, vilu, s. Making in the 
iuflex. Sing- SofeS vinti, And in the 
nom. plu. So^b vindlu, A bow. 
SaxD-s^^b vilukadu, s. An archer, 
aew-cpft vilurasi, The sign Sagit- 
tarius. sj&( r 'Sto villekkubettu 
To brace the bow. a^go^ao^ 
villekkndintsu, To unbrace it. 
sxyoStfc viluvidya, s. Archery. 

S)£tfsx» vivaramu, 5. Particulars, de- 
tails ; explanation, a descriptive 
account. &xdo& vivarintsu, v. a. 
To particularize ; to describe. 

$ sr»2S} So3-»£o5m vivada, vivadamu, s. 
A contest, dispute, or quarrel. 2. 
litigation, a lawsuit. 

&*r»^s53a vivahamu, s. A marriage, 
or wedding-, matrimony, wedlock. 

2)"^§'s5k> vivekamu, s. Discrimination, 
judgment ; the faculty of distin- 
guishing things by their proper- 
ties, and classing them according 
to their real, not apparent, na- 
ture ; in the Vedanta system, 
it is applied to the power of sepa- 
rating Bramha, or the invisible 
spirit, from the ostensible world; 
truth, from untruth 5 or reality, 



&*^sxc-Viseshya 



440 



a&§c-Visikin 



from illusion. a^sfoaH-iS-nr 6 ^ vi- 

vekamutetstsukonu, One r s-self to 
acquire this faculty. 

&"^ §a viveki, s. A person who has 
acquired it. &"^8o-i& vivekintsu, 
To communicate to another the 
means of acquiring it. 

8 £$£)o-ifo vivechintsu. v. a. To exer- 
cise this faculty ; to discriminate, 
to distinguish. 

JbtfExSM visadamu, adj. Pure, clear, 
white ; evident, apparent, mani- 
fest, atfassw-tk visadaparratsu, 
v. a. To explain, make clear, or 
manifest. 

s^^jfoo v i s a 1 a m u , adj. Great, 

stupendous, large ; spacious, ex- 
tensive, broad. 

a*^Kxw»&3 vises h an amu, s. In 
grammar, An adjective. 

2)"^sx»5(» visesbamu, s. Distinction, 
diiference. 2. In logic, the peculiar 
attribute, predicabile proprium. 
H: Any thing extraordinary, or 
unusual. 4. Detail, particulars. 5. 
A charitable, or virtuous, action. 
adj> Different, distinct. 2. Ex- 
traordinary, unusual. '6. Much, 
great. 4. Charitable. 

s"#l\o-&> viseshintsu, v. a. To state 

. in detail ; to particularize. 

»*^sxei6c» viseshyamu,s. In grammar, 
A substantive. 



& #" j&sjoj visramamu, s. Rest* repose. 
SfosSw visvamu, s. The universe, or 

world. 
st'pSA) visvasamu, s. Trath, faith, 

confidence. 2. Kindness, favor. 
«>sx.s5c>3 vishamu, s. Poison, venom, 

virus. 2. Water. 

2> &.«&&» vishayamn, s. An object of 

sense ; as colour, form, flavour, 
odour, and sound. 2.An object 
in general. 3. Respect, relation • 
in such phrases as, in, this respect, 
in that respect. Postpos. Respect- 
ing, regarding. 

a^ssfco yishadamu, s. Sadness, 

lowness of spirits, dejection. 

StftfS'fcs, ££&>£«> visanakarrra, visa- 
ed c3 

rukarrra, s. A fan ; a punka. 

stfs'ba visamu, s. vide ssxjSwvishamu. 

atftfc, a&tfb visaru, visuru, v. n. To 
blow as the wind. v. a. To fan. 
2. To grind. 3. To brandish or 
flourish about a sword, &c. 4. To 
shake or swing about in the wind. 
&%&~£o&> visiriveyu, To sling, or 
throw from a sling. 

a&§b, s;oc$ visuku, v i s u v u , s- 
Fatigue, weariness, tiresomeness- 
v. n. To be fatigued, or tired. 

Sftlo-^b visikintsu, v. a. To tire, or 



fatigue. 



igeaS-Vicliya 



441 



$~Vidhi 



a £9— a Stf, a £-cr°3o vistari-vistara, 
vistaraku, s. A clish, or plate, 
made of fresh green leaves, sewn 
or stitched together. 

a tfao-db— a #Qw, a tf6ex> vistarin- 
tsu-vistarilu, vistarillu, 0. n. To 
extend, spread out, or expand. 2. 
To dilate. The first of these three 
verbs is also used in an active 
sense, in the two meanings al- 
ready given ; and, also in that 
sense, denotes, to publish, or make 
public. 

S"£r°tfs5a> vistaramu, s. Abundance, 
a great deal, plenty. 2. Diffusion, 
extension, adj. Abundant, much, 
ample, large, great. 

a £>c3e-s5m vistirnamu,acy. Expand- 
ed, wide, great, large. 

a &> vistu, s. Surprize, wonder. 

aSro&sfca vihitamu, s. Friendship, 
intimacy, adj. Amiable, friendly, 
intimate. 2. Proper, fit. 

b 

a^ vika, s. Courage, boldness. 

aXb vig'j, v. n. To retire, go back, 

or retreat. 2. To become large, 

or big. 
a 3b vltsu, ». n. vide a3& visaru. 

Except the active meaning No. 2- 
a»3 viti, s. Eavage, plunder. 
a<S«6sfco-a'3&», a^sSw vidiyamu- 

videmu, vidyamu,.?. vide a&csfcsfco 

vidivamu. 



a^b Yidu, s. A city. 2- An army. 
In the former sense, it makes in 
the inflex. Sing. &a viti, «, a. To 
quit, or relinquish, v. n. To be 
separated, loosened, or unfastened. 

a&> vldu, pro. He, this man. This 
is the proximate demonstrative 
pronoun of the third person mas- 
culine. 

acS^V-fSo vidkonu, v. Comp. Of &&> 
vidu, q. v. To give up, leave, 
quit or take leave, a^^jo^ vi- 
dkolupu, v. Comp. Caus. To send 
away, or dismiss. 

a&oJsb vidvadu, v. n. To be exchan- 
ged, by mistake. 

aw vina, s. The Hindoo Vina, or 
lute, a fretted instrument of the 
guitar kind, usually having seven 
wires or strings, and a large gourd 
at each end of the finder board ; 
the extent of the instrument is 
two octaves ; it is supposed to be 
the invention of Narada the son 
of Bramha, and has many varie- 
ties enumerated according to the 
number of strings, &o. 

tts vine, s. vide So vina. 2. A box 

for musk. 
aHo-3b -vitentsu, v. n. To blow as 

wind, 
a?, a a vidhi, vidi, .?. A street. 2. A 

row or line- 3. A road. 
56 



a ifc-Vise 



442 



h&&> vmulu, s. plu. The ears. &$,$> 

, s'otS vinulakanti, s. lit. Ear eyed. 

A serpent; because it is supposed 

to__ admit sounds through the 

orifice of the eye. 

S$ vfpu, s. The back. £>$*&•*?& 
viputsupu, To turn the back ; to 
flee. 

iDtfrasSw viranamu, s. A species of 

drum. 
&tfsk"^syew viramaddelalu, s. plu. 

Ornaments for the middle toe. 
§)tf&x>%\?yQ&) vframushtivandlu, s. 

#>Zu. A particular cl-ass of itinerant 

beggars, who practise incantations. 
!)&£& virudu, *• A hero, warrior, or 

champion ; a brave man. 
Sedfi yirradi, s. A foolish, or silly, 

person. 
he$&) vllpadu, v. n. To succeed. 

&e>\w-ifc vilparratsu, v. a. To cause 

to succeed; to, arrange. 
&^tf vivena, s, A fan. 
£)^s5cw visamu, s. The sixteenth part, 

or fraction, of any thing. 2. A 

share. 
i>3tf visara, s. A little, or small 

quantity. 
bxtivsrs® visarabovu, v. n. To begin 

to spoil. 
fh vise, 3. The weight termed a 

a viss. 



"Soto-Venta 



>i> 






tfv^°o^85oa vrittantamu, s. Tidiugs, 
news, intelligence. 2. Detail, par- 
ticulars. 3. An event, or occur- 
rence. 
I ss\ © vritti, s. Livelihood, profession, 

means of acquiring subsistence- 2. 
Conduct, 
sjx-qr*, ss\$ vritha\ vrritha, adj. 

Yain, useless, fruitless, adv. In 
vain. 

ss\% $otfo» vnddhatvamu, 5. Old age. 

55\T^fios5w vriddhapyamu,s. Old age. 

sS\& vriddhi, s. Increase, augmen- 
tation, extension, enlargement. % 
Prosperity, success.' 3. Interest, 
usury ; especially returning the 
principal with a proportionate 
increment, as in the case of seed 
corn lent. 

tf\2Sb, #\&>&> vriddhu, vrriddhuda, 
s. An old man. e\ 26-0*00 vriddhu- 
ralu, s. An old woman. 

sTs&.$s5w vrishabhamu, s. A bull. 2. 
The sign Taurus, adj. In composi- 
tion only,Pre-eminent, excellent. 

"3 

•3o?C?> vengali, s. A foolish, or silly, 

person. 
■Sofcj venta, adv. With, along with, 

in company with. 2. Behind, after; 

as regards situation, bat never 



■£§(,-90 



-Vekkirin 



443 



■rfa-Vetti 



applied to time. "3c&>tfo&o venta- 
nantu, To go or follow close be- 
hind. -3060 a do ventabadu, To fol- 
low, or accompany. 

"3 0*3 venti, s. A straw-rope. 

"3 o & '"T'obS ventrakaya, 5. A crab. 



"So^^ ventruka, s, 



A hair ; more 



generally used in the plural to 
denote The hair ; as, Sotsi.gvo 

ac$q ventrukaluduvvu, To comb 

the hair. 

"3o ^ss ventruva, s. A species of the 
muugoose, or Yiverra ichneumon. 

"SoS vendi, s. Silver, adj. Silver, adv. 
Agaio, once more. 

"3oSoc6o vendiyu, adv. Again, once 
more. 

-3o*tizr>& vemparaladu, v. n. To 
.grope ; to search for. 

%oag vembadi, adv. vide "3o& venfca. 
•SoaSoT^b vembadintsu, v. a. To 
follow, or accompany. 

"Sg'k-.tfsfco vekkasamu, s. Dislike, re- 
pugnance. 2. Repletion of food. 3- 
Severity. -3s'k_tfs5bag)vekkasamavu, 

v. n. To dislike. 2. To be full to 
repletiou. 3. To be severe, or dis- 
pleased. 

"3§k_Qc-i5b vekkirintsu, v. a. To mimic, 
jeer, mock, ridicule, or laugh at. 
"3§fr-6o3 vekkiriuta, s. Mimicry, 
jeering, ridicule. 



"3 §6-8 vekkili, s. v'ide ^So^- vekku: 

3§bk- vekku, s. The hiccup, or hic- 
cough, v. n. To hiccup. '3§( r ."3§( r - 
^o&xofc vekkivekkiyedutsu, To 
sob, in weeping. 

"3X&» vegatu, s. Harshness of taste." 
2. Satiety, repletion. 

"3Xd& vegadu, 5. Being without mo- 
tion, 2> Surprize, astonishment. 

"3K as5M veggalamu, s. vide "3§k_tf s5w 
vekkasamu. 

■3-^ vetstsa, s. Heat. 2. Fever, adj- 
Hot. - t > 

"3 xS^estfsk), "3tf\tf vetstsadanamu, 
vetstsana, s. Heat, warmth. "3-J5\a 
vetstsani, adj. Hot, warm. 

"3-x5\56»3 vetstsamu, s. Expenditure, 
expence. 2. Purchasing trifling 
articles on credit. "3-25\-7r°2k ve- 
tstsag&du, s. An extravagant, or 
dissipated, man ; a gallant. 

"3-s^^ vetstsallu, v. a. To scatter, 
or cast about. 

"32» vedzdzu, s. A physician. 

•§feo vefcta, 5. Heat of the body. 

-3*3 vetti, s» The performiug the 
lowest village offices, such as 
cooly, or porter's, work ; Sealing 
the grain heaps, &c. , without 
pay, in consideration of fees in 
grain, or of lands enjoyed free of 
assessment. "sa^a^ vetti vadu, A 
man thus employed, 



■^Vr-Venakii 



414 



^soxtf-Vennupa 



3dotf vedada, adj. Extensive, large, 
wide. ^dfei^sSw-Satrskovedadamo 
rnumekamu, s. The lion. 

-£&(x> vedalu, v. n. To set out. 

"3&sx)sg), "S^ vedalupu, vedalpu,s- 
Breadth, adj. Broad. 

"S&SexDSk vedaviltudu, s. Kama, the 
Hindoo Cupid. 

3raKo venagu> s. A foolish, or silly, 
person. 

13 £§o, "3*fc§o vetaku, vetuku? v. a. 
vide "3cS§b vedaku. 

"3* veda, s, The sowing of seed. 2. 
The rutting season, 3. Grief,pain. 
■3 a^aso vedagorrru,A sowing ma- 
chine. srsr ^ vedavu, A cow ready 
for the bull. 

"3&§c, 3&S0 vedaku, veduku, yaJLO 
search, look, or seek for. 

"Zz-tfoz vedatsaUu, v. a. vide "3-s\ex> 
ve,tstsallu. 

*3<&t5j veduru, s. The bamboo, adj. 
Of or belonging to that plant. "3ab 
&z?*ofo vedurubongu, s. A bam- 
boo pole. 

"3£as. "3$£TT>ex> vedhava, vedhavara 
lu, s. A widow. 

3tf £ venaka, postyos. Behind* after; 
either as refers to situation, or 
time. s. Former times. •stfg'feSve- 
nakati, adj. Former, previous. 2> 
Subsequent, following. ^tfr&j "3 ' 



tf&k--^^) venakaku, venakku- 

bovu, To retire or withdraw. 
~3tfghcx&) venakadiyu, v. n. To draw 
back, retire, retreat, retract, or 
prevaricate. -stf^-aSo^ venaka- 

chikku, To hang behind. "3$£to&i 
venakabadu, To fall behind. 2. 
To remain as a surplus. •Stf&^ocSo 
venakaveyu, To throw, or keep, 
behind. 2. To save a surplus. -3^ 
Sojj-owiSb^ venakkuyitstsu, To re- 
turn, or give back. "Stfrsfcootf^ 
venakamundavu, lit. The back to 
be in front. To be in confusion. 2. 
To be, as to time, a little earlier 
or later. "Ssteiftf venakavena, s. 
The back. 

"3^} "S^^r^ veniia, vennapusa, 5. 
Butter. 

"3tf^sfca vennappamu, V. A sort 0% 
sweet cake. 

"Safc^, "3;& vennu, venu,s. The back. 
% An ear of corn. "3$\ -Sbx venni 
tstsu, To retire, or retreat. "3^ 
3$Ttf, "STS^sSxr vennupusa, venne- 
muka, s, The back bone. "3sfcesXb 
ew-'Ss^^, •37r^ L e& venudagulu- 

vennadu, vennadu, To follow, or 
pursue. 
"3afc^)1o, 3«Sn eas vennupatte, ven- 

nubadda, s. The main and middle 
beam of a shelving roof, support- 
ing those on each side of it. 



■Sagfj-Veiyrini 



445 



"SStf-Vel'itsa 



63 



"S^o 



^"^ 



venneia, s 



guddivennela, 



Moonlight. 76 g 
Obscure 



moonlight. 



"S"^> ejTvccco 



vennela- 



gayu, Moonlight to shine. 

"3 owe, "Scaoveyyi, \Q\i,numeral adj. 
fe s. A thousand. 

*3sse veravari, s. A clever, skilful, 
or adroit person. 

"Stfafi veravidi, s. Contrivance? ex- 
pedient-, method, adroitness, 

"38" $ verayu, s* Contrivance, ex- 
pedient, I method , adroitness. 2. 
Skill, cleverness. 

Sti% verasi, s. The total, or whole. 
adj. Total, entire. 

-3es \erra, 5. Fear. -Sestfesifr. verra 
tsarratsu, "Sea-rfc, "3a£»-& verratsu, 
verrutsu, i7. %. To fear, or be 
af raid . "3 es S> o3b, "3 el a o 45b verrapin- 
tsu, verripintsu, v. a. To frighten, 
or terrify. -3-5^, "Seas^ verrapu, 
verrupu, *. Fear. 

"3&5^b verragu, 5. Surprize, astonish- 
ment, wonder.^esJT'cssb verragon- 
du, v. n. To be astonished, or 
surprized. 

"Ses^ssb, verrabomma, s. A scare- 
—& » 

crow. 
•3^ verri, adj. Mad. 2. Foolish, sill v. 

3. Inferior in it's species, a. Mad- 
ness. 2. Folly. 
"3fe§&$6 verrinilln, s. The liquor ex- 
tracted from the palmyra* date, 
or cocoanut tree. 



•35; vela, s. Price, value, rate. 

"3<yoe-"3e;a, "3e>2fc§' velandi-veladi, 
veladuka, s. A woman. 

"3e;s$e> velapala, 5. The outside. It's 
inflexion is "3e;s5feS, "3ej"£D velapa- 
ti, velapali, Also used as adjec- 
tives, to denote Outer, outside. 

"3ejsSb velama, adj. Of or belonging 

to the Fellama caste, one of the 
principal of the Telugu Sudra 
tribes. 

"3^ce^>e» velayalu, s, A courtezan, 
or harlot. 

3e>coco velayu, v. n. To be pleased. 
2. The deity to vivify an idol. 3. 
To shine, or be splendid. "Sejcooo 
■i& velayintsu, v. a. To render 
splendid. 

~3y~3vzr 6 $ velavelabovu, v. n. To 
become pale, or stupified. 

■3er°&^ velartsu, v. a. To lose. 

"3© veli, s. Whitness. 2. Excommuni- 
cation, or exclusion, from caste. 
adj. White. 2. Outer, outside, -3 
8-^cfloo veliveyu, v. a. To eject, or 
excommunicate, from a caste, or 
sect, "ssr'ek velikottu, To drive 
out. 

■3£§eja2& velikilabadu, v. oh To re- 
cline, or lie on the back. 

"3S-7r°tfsko veligaramu, 5. Borax, used 
in soldering, and in medicine also 

*3Dtf8 velitsavi, s. Adultery. 



"3ewtfb-Velutsu 



446 



•3^-VelIu 



"3S© veliti, s. Deficiency. 2. Vul- 
garity, lowness- adj. Inferior, less. 



Low, vulgar. 3. Deficient. 4. 



Open, having interstices. 
"3D 8?^ velitippa, s. The paradise of 

Siva. 
"3S&dS velimicli, s.* The ashes of 

dried dung cakes. 
"SScsSo veliyu, v. n. Rain to stop. 2. 

Colour to fade. 3' vide, •a^acco 

velayu, No. 2. 
"3e)jcn>as velivada, s. A village of 

Pariars. lit' An outer street ; as 

these outcasts dwell in the 

suburbs only. 

"SS"^) velise, s. That part of a beam 
which juts out beyond the wall. 

"Sejo^b velugu ; s. Light, lustre, bright- 
ness, shining, v. n. To shine, or 
give light. "SSfto-xfr, "Sewfto-vk veli. 
gintsu, velugintsu, v. a. To make } 
or cause* to give light ; to kindle, 
or light, a flame. "3e»7fce>a3§ficr<'2& 
velugnlayekimidu, s. The sun. 

•3ex>7& velugu, s. A hedge. 

•Ssw^baotf velugubanti, s. A bear 
vide ^ewrtbr ^ elugugoddu. 

■SswXbir'25 a , "Sew^oT^ca&o velugura- 
dzu, velugurayu, v. n. To become 
hoarse. 

*3exs"tfc) "3e>^ velutsu, veltstt, v. a. 
To wind thread. 



■gett&>&, "Sewtfo veluturu, velturu, s. 

Light, lustre, shining. 
*3ew£e> velupala, s. vide •3e>?3<y vela- 

pala. 
"3ewtf£s5we» veluvadamulu, s. plw.A 

sort of paddy. 
"Sewss&o veluvadu, v. n. To set out ; 

to go out. -a?x>s$do& veluvarintsu, 

«'. a. To drive away. , 
"So vella, 5. The colour white, adj. 

White. 
•3o"3°j£e> vellavelakala, adv 9 On the 

back ; by the back. 
"3S> , "Sooss velli, velluva, s. A flood, 

en en 

or inundation ;a stream,or;current. 
"a^aaoo&o velliviriyu, 0. n. To be 

spread a broad, or become no- 
torious. 
"3ex>£> vellulli, s. Garlick. 

CO c*> 

"S&jg) velupUj .?. Breadth. «c?/. Broad. 

"3&-an>& velupati, <&$. Broad, vide 

"32£e»?g) vedalupu. 
•3 & vellu, v. w. To go, proceed, or 

depart. 2. To flee, or run away. 

-3%) otfb-"^ "^csfr, -sr ^Am vellin- 

rn m en CO 

tsu- vella jeyu, vellagottu, 0. a. To 
drive out, or away. r^^)"Sg ka- 
dupuvellu, The bowels to be 
loose, or out of order. "S^XSc^ 
vellagakku, v. a. To vomit. 2. To 
disgorge, or give back under con- 
straint. "3 $s* •&* 2& vellanadu, v. a- 
To promise, or declare, publicly 



■^jCafoo-Veoramu 



447 



■Sgg^-Vediko 



~3-£<**&tt> vevyerrnga, adv. Sepa- 
rately. 

-3# vesa, s. Haste, speed. 

-^tftfsS&a vesanamu, s. vide ss^tfsks 
vyasanamu. 

•3?S«, "3 £"5 vesala, vesale, s. A small 
earthen pot, with a wide mouth. 



~i ve, acZi. A thousand. 2. Frequent, 
often, many, much ; as "^sso^eso 
vemarru, Often times, adv. Quick- 
ly, hastily. 

Ho^ate vencheyu, v.n. To come, or 
go? as applied to the great only, 
"io^sg) venchepu, s. Coming, or 
going, as so applied. 

io^to vend ram u, s. The heat, 
either of the sun, or of any pun- 
gent taste. 

~£g& vekati, s. Pregnancy, adj. Preg- 
nant, as applied to women only. 

■iS veki, s. Fever. 

a&ss vekuva, s. The morning, or 
dawn. 

isbszfoM vekiivadzamu, s. The 
morning watch ; the dawn of day. 

-£k&» vegamu, s- Haste, quickness, 
speed, velocity. % Violence, im- 
petuosity, severity, sudden im- 
pulse. <7c/j. Quick, speedy. 2. Vio- 
lent, severe, impetuous, adv. 
Quickly, speedily. 



■^AooSb vegintsu, v. n. To wake of 
one's-self; to watch without sleep-* 
tnsr* 

o 

"^5\osg> vegimpu, s. The ceremony 

performed on the consummation 

of a marriage. 
"^AtfaSw vegiramu, 5. Haste, speed, 

expedition. 
•^Tfo vegu, s. Spying, secretly prying 

into. adj. Of or belonging to the 

dawn of day. v. n. To dawn. 2. 

To be fried. 3- To watch without 

sleeping. 

"ifo^^b vegutsutsc,To spy. Ufa 
o»r*&> vegulavadu, s. A spy. 

"3i& vetsu, v % a- To fry, or grill. 2- 
vide £>•& etsu. 

■^43 veja, .<?. Hunting, the chase. 2. 
A sheep, or goat, for slaughter. •£ 
teT°&) vetakaclu, s. A huntsman, 
or hunter, "3 &>&£".>,_ vetakukka, s- 
A hound, or dog trained for the 
chase. "3~£j-°&> vefcadu, To hunt. 

"ieoo vetu, s. A blow, or stroke. 2. 
The firing of fire arms. -3^2^ 
vetladu, To fight. 

•^S vedi, 6- Heat. adj. Hot, warm. 
-£&-£&£ v,ecjive]pu, s. The sun. lit. 
The hot deity. 

~£&§*v vedikola, s, vide £}&r*i> edi- 
fr 61a- 



-3$-Vepu 



448 



^2x: -Vela 



"£&Zx) -vedimi, s. Heat, warmth. 

"^^b vedu, v. a. To beg, pray, or so- 
licit. 2. To wish, or desire. -£& 
r*s& vedukonu, v„ Comp. To beg, 
or solicit, for one's-self. • 

-£ekg veduka, s. A spectacle, or 
show. 2. Pomp. 3. A curiosity. 4- 
Eagerness, adj. Pompous. 2. Cu- 
rious. 3- Pleasant, amusing, happy, 
pleased. "^^oS'sS^b vedukapadu, 
To be happy, or pleased. 

"^J&S'S'IS vedukakatte, s. A courte- 
zan ; an adulteress. 

"£&$-&* tk vedukakadu, s. A gallant, 
or lover. 

"^Jx & venniliu, s. Hot water. 

~i& veta, s. Throwing, casting. 2. A 
throw 7 , or cast* 

"^estf vedana, s. Perception, sensa- 
tion. 2. Pain, agony, distress. 3. 
Knowledge. 

-^&sSw vedamu, s. Yeda. The generic 
term for the sacred writings, or 
scriptures, of the Hindoos, sup- 
posed to have been revealed by 
Bramha. 

"^&efc veduru, s. Madness, folly, adj. 

Mad, foolish. 
-£■$ vena, adj. In composition, Many; 

as, "itf"^*x> v e n a v e 1 u , Many 

thousands. 
"£$ vepu, s. Frying. - 



^$J& vepudu, 5. A frying pan. adj. 

Fried, baked, dressed. 
l§aSbe£», -£&»<&* vemarru, vemarru, 

adv. Often, constantly, 
"^cooveyi, Numeral. adj.s.A thousand. 

"^tfsfc, "^tfxSw verami, veramu, s. 
Natural enmity, as that of the cat 
to a mouse, &c 

"^& veru, s. A root in general. 

~£~6 vere, adj> Separate, different, 
distinct, other, another. 

-£<&& verradi, s. Madness. 2. A mad 
person, adj. Mad. 

H&y-i verru, 5. Separation, division. 
-i&5»££& verrupadu, v. n. To be 
separated, or divided ; especially 
as applied to a Hindoo family 
separating, and each member 
, taking his distinct portion of the 
paternal property, iie^s verroka, 
adj. Another, other. 

^ejsSw velamu, s. A sale by auction. 

"^£>SX> velimi, s. A burnt sacrifice. 

-^ex> velu,s. Making in the inflexion. 
Sing- -£q veli, A finger, or toe- 2. 
It is also the plural of ^000 veyi, 
q.v.v.n-To hang, or to be suspend- 
ed. ^er°2& veladu, v. n. To hang. 
*y , feaafci5"^ex> botamanavelu, s. The 
thumb, or great toe- ©65"3tf"3e» 
chitikenavelu, s. The little finger, 
or toe. tf&£D"^*yo nadimivelu, 8. 
The middle finger, or toe. 



^tfoft-Vesangi 



449 



"3 tf afca-Vairamu 



"3ex)-&, ~£ex>\ velutsu, veltsu, v. a. To 

offer up a burnt sacrifice. 
"iex>£), "^s»j velupu, velpu, 5. A god, 

or deity, adj. Of or belonging to 

the deity, or to heaven. 
"^sx^e;^p>s> velpulasani, s. A female 

fortune teller. 
H$ vela? 8. A time, period, or oppor- 
tunity. -&> -£$ i vela, s. To-day. 2. 

This time. e3 *^f a vela,s. That day. 

2. That time. 
~£v* r §j-»$&» velakolamu, s. Playing, 

jokiDg, trifling. 
-^a«6 veviilu, s. plu. The vomiting, 

and other signs of pregnancy- 
"^zT'sSm vevudzamu, s. vide "^Sbs - 

zr'iko vekuvadzamu. 
~£$&> vevaru,Numeraladj. & s. plu- 

A thousand persons. 
~£#? v e s y a , s. A prostitute, or 

courtezan. 
^sIsSm, ^3sfe> veshamu, ve'samu, 5. 

Disguise, a mask- 2. Ornament, 
dress, decoration. -itxako^octo ve- 
shamu veyu, To put on a disguise- 
^sl-qr»a veshadhari, *• A person 
in disguise ; a mask. 

-££?£ veshtuva, s. Used by the 
Vaishnavas only, A garment. 

"isSo*, "3?sa vesangi, vesavi, s. The 
summer, or hot weather. - 



-SSfco vesata, s. Fatigue. % Vexation- 

"^2dos5c» vesadamu, s. A mule. 

"^^690, ~£-fr>c&i vesarru, vesarru, v. n. 

To be fatigued, or tired. 2- To be 
vexed ; to fret. 

Hs^oo vevalu, s. ^lu. vide "^a& 

veviilu . 



^4>9 vaikhari,s. Conduct- 2. Manner. 

"3 -& vaitsu, v. a. To. throw, or flino-. 

^£sy>tfcsSoo vaiduryamu, s. The lapis 
lazuli. 

^3tfos*» vaidyamu,- s. f Medical aid, 
advice, or prescription. 2. The 
science of medicine. 

13afco£&, 2_25bnb^b vaidyudu, vaiddu- 
gudu, s. A physician. 

"3 ■$&* vainamu, s. Detail ; parti- 
culars. 21 Convenience. 3. Affair, 
circumstance. 4. Cause, reason. 
5. Manner, way. 

•3 i& vaipu, s. A direction, side, or 
quarter. 2. An expedient. 3. Con- 
venience. 

"3 ^rsssfo), 2.^X5503 vaibhavama, vai 

bhogamu, s- Wealth, riches. 2. 
Happiness. 

■3 tf 6» vairamu, 5, Enmity, hatred, 
hostility. £tf»-<y<>«$£s5oo, j^sso© 
vairaniryatanamn, vairasuddhi, $. 
Revenge, retaliation, 
57 



tfessrC-Vyavaha 450 

^TPtfos&u vairagyamu, s. The abs- 
ence of worldly passion,or desire. 
2. The profession of religious 
mendicity. 

g_ -ct-°s6 vairanu,acy.Desolated,waste, 
depopulated, ruined, 

2_ o vairi, s. An enemy- 2, A hero. 

;3?s&o vailamu, .9. Haste, speed. 

3 s!5Js6m vaishuavamu. 5. The sect 
of Vishnu. 

"3 ?xs&«fo vaishnavudu, s. A follower 
of Vishnu, one of his sect. 



x .-sSk- Vratstsu 



sss&^ti&v vyabhicharamu, s. Pro- 
stitution. 2. Erring, straying, sso 
$-8"6o"tfc vyabhicharintsuj To go 
astray. 

•setf s&o vyarthamu, adj. Useless,vain, 
fruitless, uuprofitable, unmean- 
ing. 

tfotf-£r*o3Ssk> vyavasayainu, s. Effort, 
industry. 2. Cultivation. #e3S>» 
ocssfco^ccfo vyavasayamucheyu,To 
cultivate. 

3Setfsretf*SM vyavaharamu, s. Law- 
suit, litigation. 2. Civil administra- 
tion,management of public aflairs. 
3. Usage, custom. 4. Profession, 
business. sfrosss^Qo-ift vyavaharin- 
tsu, To make use of. 2. To dispute, 
or litigate. tfcsssr6tf«fc»^cx&> vyava 
haramiicheyu, To administer, or 
conduct public affairs. , 



"ST* 



sfotftfsMo vyasanamu,*. *Sorrow,griel 
2. Calamity, misfortune. 

-sr^tf casks vyakarariamu, s.A gram- 
mar. 

•5^>c3b<ysS» vyakulamu, adj. Perplex- 
ed, confounded, bewildered. 

snc^crfsSoa, -sr-c^ vyakhyanamu, 

vyakhya, s- A comment, or gloss; 
explanation, exposition. 

■5r>og?6c» vyajamu, s. A pretence. 2, 
Fraud, deceit, cunning. 
ese&» vyajyamu, 5. A law-suit* 
dispute, or quarrel, •sr^eos^sb 
vyajyamadu, To dispute. ot*o8»o**» 
&«b^ vyajyamutfrtsu, To settle a 
dispute. -5r»ceje -§-»£& vyajyakadu, 
A quarrelsome, or disputing, man. 

•kpc$ vyadhi, s. Sickness, illness? 
disease, malady. 

w<^rS85» vyaparamu, s. Trade, 
commerce. 

^{j- vrakka, 5. vide jjr^_ vakka^ 

No 2. 
^§^_€io-t5b vrakkiliutsu, v. a. vide 

ss 2(j-8ci& vakkilintsu, Under. s$ 

S"$_ vakka. 
^•iSbx vratstsu, v. a. To tear open, 

or in pieces. 



r&>j&-&°&> vr£takadu, s. A scribe, 



CS> 



O 



^tfri» vratamu, s. Any meritori- 
ous act of devotion ; the voluntary 
or vowed observance, or imposi- 
tion of any penance, austerity, 
or privation •, as fasting, conti- 
nence, exposure to heat and cold, 
<fec, ST 8 vrati, s. One who per- 
forms a ^gafea vratamu. 

£,dB5ri» vrayamu, s. Expense, ex- 
penditure' 

^«s3e<yo vrayyaln, s.ptu. Slices, frag- 
ments, bits, pieces, splinters, <fec. 

^cctxc vrayyu, v. n. To be broken 
in pieces, or bits. 

{ js^ J 6 vrata, s. Writing, hand-writ - 



^o^.Banka 



& 



^b,vritstsu,$. Excessive eagerness. 



writer, or accountant. 
cjcoo vrayu, v. a. To write. 2. To 

delineate ; to draw, or paint. 
,-s^ .oooo-ifc vrayintsu, v. Cans. To 
cause, or make, to write. ^^^ 
r°3b vrasukonu, v. Comp. To write 
on one's own account, or for one's 
own benefit. 

•sr* e» vralu, s. plu. Letters of the 
alphabet. 2. Writing, "^.-srvew 
che vralu, s. Signature, lit. Hand- 
writing 



O 



-£ >**» vrekamu, 5. Wonder, sur- 
prize. 2. Excess. 3. Weight, heavi- 
ness. 
-£ rtb vregn, s. Weight, heaviness. 

-£ to vretu, *. A blow, vide "i&o 
vetu. 



^dtfo vreyu, 



-u. a. To throw, or 
fling, vide "3ccfc> veyu. 
^er-^o vreladu, *. w.Tobe suspen- 
ded, or hanging, vide -£v-Zk ve- 
ladu, Under, "ioo velu. 
■3 ex> vrela, v. «* & s. vide ^ex> 

^ 8 j vrelmidi,a<fo. In an instant; 
Hna. crack of the fingers. 



* sa, The forty-sixth letter, and 
thirty-first consonant, in the Te- 
ln^u alphabet. . 

3-osr sanka, s. Doubt, uncertainty, 
suspicion. 2. Fear, awe, terror, 
apprehension. #o§£s*» sankitamu, 
adj. Alarmed, frightened. 2. Doubt- 
ful. 3fo§otf>, *oS*^ sankmtsu, 
sankapadu, To doubt, hesitate, or 
suspect. Vott>*% _§ ^HfeMnvn- 
tti, * *fc: Dispelling doubt, Easing 
nature. % Human excrement. 



«» s5a»-§abdamu 



452 



S'ai&s-Savamu 



#c$)s5a» sankhamu, s. A conch, es- 
pecially as used by the Hincloos 
either in libations, or when per- 
forated at one end, as a horn. In 
this sense often written, ^ospo 
sankhu, 2. One of Onbera's trea- 
sures. 3. The number formed by 
the addition of sixteen cyphers to 
unity. 

#"©5»&<nn>&b s'ambadivadu, s. A fisher- 
man. 

^Sb^sSoa sakunamu, s. An omen, or | 
augury,' especially as derived 
from the flight of birds. 

$ I sakti, s. Power ; regal power 

as resulting from majesty, per- 
severance, and counsel. 2. Power, 
strength, prowess, force, ability. 

STcsfca sakyanra,a$. Possible, practi- 
cable. 

¥l< 9 && saga, sagha, s. Heat, either 
internal, or external. 

#5£s5w satamu, s. A hundred, adj- A 
hundred. % Many. 

«\efc,2&. *\&y& satrudu, s'atruvu, s. 



<^J 



<CZ> 



An enemy,, foe, or adversary. 
tf^&QS^ satrutwamu, s. Erimi- 
ty. 
S'tfX'ex) sanagalu, s. plu. The pulse 
termed Chenna, or Bengal horse 
gram. Cicerarietinum. 

^«^»sabdamu, s. Sound in general, 
noise. 2- A sound ; a word. 3. A 



voice. ^g^sS-psfe* sabdagrahamu, 

The ear. #&<?* $<)&» s'abdasastra- / 

ma, s. Grammar. <T£)o-& sabdintsu, 

v. n. To sound, or emit sound. 

S^tf, s" *r sabbara, sabhra, s. Evil, 

misfortune, injury, adj. Unfortu- 
nate, bad, wicked. 

■raastf*s» sayanamu, s. Sleep. 2. A 
bed, or couch. ^ocs3»o-t$b sayanin- 
tsu, v. n. To rest, recline, or lie 
down. . 
^oasg sayya, s. A bed, couch, or sofa- 
S'tfeasSM saranamu, s. A house. 2. 
Refuge, asylum. 3. Protection, 
aid. 4. Quarter in battle. 

S'tfeao saranu, s. vide $&zz&x sarana- 
mu, No. *2. &. 3. 
#Stf s*» sariramu,s. The body. 2. The 

constitution, temperament, or 
health. 

S'tf^-.tf sarkara, s. Sugar. 2. gravel. 

«"tfk_9ejxfoo sarkarilamu, s. Soil 

abounding in gravel. 
&v$) salavu. s. Order, command. 2. 

Leave, permission. 3. Expense, 

expenditure. 
#<yc«to» salyamu, s. A bone. 2. A 

thorn. 
$vp> salla, 5. Muslin cloth. 2. Any 

CO 

cloth without a border. 
-rsss6» savamu, 's. A corpse, or dead 
body. 



<F°&pi!$- 



.Sasvata 



455 



S^sSsj-Silpamu 



$ S^s&» sastramu, s. A weapon, or 
surgical instrument, in general 
-r ZiS abc£fo Sastravaidyudu, s. A 
surgeon. 

^P 

^oe^s5», ^o© santamu, santi,s. Pati- 
ence, endurance ; meekness, mild- 
ness, calm, tranquillity- The for- 
mer word is also an adj. Patient, 
meek, mild, &c 

^sakha, s. A branch. 2. A bough, 
or branch, of a tree. ^^ntfXtfsSw 
sakhanagaramu, s. A suburb, lit. 
The branch of a city. 

§r°$£ sata, s. Action, or deed.^2. Con- 
duct, behaviour. 3- A ceremony 
for the dead. 

^ <s-» sana, s. Much, plenty, abun- 
dance, a great deal. adj. Many, 
numerous, very, long. adv. Greatly, 
exceedingly. 

^•SjsSm sapamu, s. A curse, maledic- 
tion, or imprecation. 2. An oath- 
^2>OTk sapintsu, v. a. To curse. 

^•2T?3o sabasu, inter j. Bravo ! ex- 
cellent ! 

j?°e) sala, s- A hall, a chamber. 2. A 
line, or avenue, of trees. 

^ooss, ^exr» Saluva, salu, s, A shawl, 
especially those from Cashmere. 

i^o&jSoo sasvatamu, adj. Eternal, 
perpetual. v#£&&> sasvatudu, s. 
Siva. 



^Srfsfeo sasanamu,.?. An order, edict, 
or command. 2. A royal grant of 
land, or of privileges ; a charter, 
&c. , usually inscribed on stone, 
or copper. 3. A writing ; a deed, 
a written contract, or agreement. 

'ytfew sasalu, s. plu. Grains of rice 

mixed with turmerick, &c. Used 
on auspicious occasions. 

y'tfSsfao sastramu, s. Scripture; 

science; institutes of religion, law, 
or letters ; especially considered 
as of divine origin, or authority. 



§-r° sika, s. A coining die ; an im- 
pression ; a stamped coin. 
3 $)#**» sikharamu, s.The point, top, 

peak, or summit ; especially of a 
tree, or mountain. 

s&tfsSoo sibiramu, s. A camp, or en- 
campment. 

3tf;&K, stfsfco sirassu, siramu, s. The 
head. 2. The top of a tree. $tf-£p» 
5S8r»o-t5b sirasavahintsu,^. To car- 
ry on the head. To obey implicit- 

$-rr° sira, s. Ink. 

3e> sila, 5. A i stone. 

Se^sfco silpamu, s. An art; any 
manual, or mechanical, art. 3©^, 
Se^^Sb^c silpi, silpakarudu. s. 
An artisan, or mechanic. 



«oSiS»-§uddhamu 

9 



454 $\ 01^0 o-Sringario 



$&$ sisuvu, 5. A child, infant, or 
babe. 2. The young of any animal. 

«skc£& sishyudu,s. A disciple, pupil, 
or scholar. 

%&. siksha, s. Instruction. 2. Punish- 
ment, correction, chastisement. $ 
<!,&>&} sikshitudu, s. A learned 
man. 2. A man who is punished. 
3Jko-& sikshintsu, v.a.To punish, 

or chastise. 2. To teach, or in- 
struct. 

I 

4 cjxkj6» SighramU, s* Speed, velo- 
city,expedition, diligence, promp- 
titude, haste. adj.Quick, speedy. 
adv. Quickly, swiftly, speedily. 

$#sk» sitamu, s* Cold, chiilness. adj. 
Cold, chill. 

$e>s£w silamu, s. Nature? quality, 
disposition. 2. Good conduct, 
steady observance of morals. 

^e>3Soe$$5c» silavantamu, adj. Of a 
good, or amiable disposition. 

*&G& suntha, s. An ignorant^ illiter- 
ate, or stupid, person" 

^s5m suddhamu,(Xc?/.Pure, purified, 
clean cleansed. 2. Faultless, cor- 
rect. 3. Entire, complete, s. The 
bright lunar fortnight. #o£o7r> 

suddhanga, adv. Entirely, wholly, 
completely, perfectly. 



*&a Suddhi, s. Purity, purification, 
cleansing. 

^j&o subhamu, s. Welfare, happi- 
ness,good fortune. 2. Any auspici- 
ous ceremony, adj. Happy, well, 
right, fortunate, auspicious, pros- 
perous. 

&>" $\ sfc» subhramu, adj. White- 2* 
Pure, clean, s. The colour white. 
2. Purity, cleanliness. &i^o&&> 
subhramsudu, s> The moon; from 
her white rays. 

nfr*&&> siirudu, s. A hero. ^^a» 
Suratvamu, $. Prowess, heroism, 
bravery. 

^r>ei sula, s. Pain, ache- 



$\ oTftfs** sringaramu, * The pas- 
sion, or sentiment of love ; as an 
object of poetical description, or 
dramatic representation. 2. Beauty. 
3. Ornament,decoration, embellish- 
ment. ^xot^Sss© sringaravati, A 
female ; as being ornamented. 

s\q-7t*8o-Sq sringarintsu, v. a, To 
adorn, or decorate. 

#\oTr>eo ■&>£"•;& sringarintsukonu, v. 
Comp. To adorn,or decorate one's 
own person. 



f*&. 



.Sosbj 



455 



.^.tf^-Sraddbamu 



1 

**£$ sepu, s. Time, period, 
"f sixfco seshamu,, s. The remainder, 
rest, or residue, 

1 ■ 

Q 

"J_efcs5w saityamu, adj. Cold, fresli. 

5. A cold, 
^sssfco saivamu, &•. The sect of Siva. 

adj. Of or belonging to that sect, 

or deity. 

«* 

S'Vafca sokamu, s. Grief, sorrow, 

affliction. 
$*$Xi6to sodhanamu, s. Search, 

examination, research. 2. Refining, 
cleansing. 
$*§o-& sodhintsu, v. a. To search, 

or examine. 2. To try. 3. Ta 
refine, or cleanse. 

f*^So^o sodhakudu, s. An examiner, 
critic, or visitor ; scrutator. 

•T^tfsSoo sobhanamu, $. The con- 
summation of a marriage. 2. The 
ceremony on that occasion, adj. 
Propitious, splendid, auspicious. 

•S^o-ik— <T*$,ex>, -r^exD sobhintsu-s'o- 
bhilu, sobhillu, v. n. To shine, to 
be splendid. 

•T 5 ^ Sosha, s. Fainting from weak- 
ness, ^sj^jg) soshabovu, v. n. To 
faint. 



^°^gs!boSauryamu,s. Strength, powers 
heroism, valour, prowess.. 

sf^tfsSoo smasanamu, s. A cemetery ? 
or place where dead bodies are 
burnt, or buried. 

6 

.•rssraddha, s. Faith, belief, 
, devotion, confidence. 2. Wish, 

desire, strong inclination. 
.<T tt*$o$) sraddhaluvu, s. A woman 
longing for any thing ; as in 
pregnancy, adj. Faithful, believ- 
ing. 2. Desirous. 

<S\5&, ^ribsfco srama, sramamu, s. 
Labour, toil, fatigue, weariness, 
difficulty, trouble, distress. 

' &°j£ &x> sraddliamu, 5. A funeral 
ceremony, observed at various 
fixed periods, and for different 
purposes, consisting of offerings 
with water and fire, to the gods, 
and manes ; and gifts and food to- 
the relations present, and assisting 
brahmans. It is especially perform, 
ed for a parent recently decease^, 
or for three paternal ancestors, or 
for all ancestors collectively, ariC [ 
is supposed necessary to se cllre 
the ascent and residence of ±\ ie 
souls of the deceased, in a w or ]^ 
appropriated to the manes. 



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So§r*tf-Sank6ch a 



£ s'ri, s. Lakshmi, the goddess of 
riches, plenty, and prosperity, 
and wife of Vishnu. 

% 

^cb&k*», ^oss&^s'reyamu, sreyassu, 
s. Virtue, or moral merit. 2. Final 
beatitude, the delivery of the soul 
from body, and it's exemption 
from further transmigration. 3. 
Good fortune, prosperity. ' 

,*f ,^s5x sreshthamu, adi\ Best, most 
excellent, pre-eminent. 

m 

-rVafea slokamu, s. A verse, or stanza- 
2. Fame, celebrity, 

&. sha, The forty-seventh letter, and 
thirty-second consonant, in the 
Telugu alphabet. 

&.&Sbek shaddakudu, s. vide %&&&> 
saddakudu. 

s^lx shashti, s. & adj. Sixty. 

slsxsdao shashihamu, arf?'. Sixth. 

To * 

tf sa, the forty-eighth letter, and 
thirty-third consonant, in the 
Telugu alphabet. It is substituted 



for initial -C cha, when words, 
beginning with -0" cha, are pre- 
ceded by nouns in the nominative 
case, even when used accusatively, 
or by any part of the verb endiug 
in &>, du, ab du, and a di, or by 
the words ts^^o, q$*& appudu, 
ippudu, and ^^^. eppudu, 
tfo sam, particle in composition 
only, with, together with, &c, 
Being the optional form of 
writing. $& sam. 

7$og&>&K> sankatamu, s. /Trouble* 
misfortune. 2. Difficulty. 3. Ill- 
ness, indisposition, pain. adj. 
Narrow, contracted. 

Sorts sankati, 5. A sort of coarse 
bread. 

tfoStfsfoo sankaramu, s. Sweepings, 
dust. 2- Mixing, blending. 3. A 
mixed caste, or race-, one proceed- 
ing from promiscuous intercourse. 

SSo§oe>sko sankulamu, adj. Confused, 
crowded, impervious. 2. Inconsis- 
tent, contradictory. 

#o"§<y sankela, s. A fetter, or iron. 

tfo"§a-»-cf!6M sankochamu, s> Shrivell- 
ing up, contracting. 2. Hesitation, 
timidity, modesty, tfor^o-ift san. 
kochintsu, v. a* To Shrivel up, or 
contract. 2- To hesitate, &c. 



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457 



^o£e£-Saritata 



»o^-s-^o8, So^sfcosSw sankranti, 
sankramanamu, s. The actual pass- 
age of the sun, or other planetary- 
body, from one sign of the zodiac, 
into another. 

So$>e sankhya, -s. Number in gene- 
ral. 2. A number, or numeral. 3. 
Counting. 

-£oK&*Joa sangadamu, 5. Help, assist- 
ance, aid. 

SoXS sangadi, *. A kind of boat, 
constructed of two trunks of the 
palmyra tree, hollowed out. 2. 
Friendship. 3. A friend. 

£o?0 sangati, s. Association, union. 
2. Subject, matter, affair, business, 
circumstance, occurrence,contents 
of a writing. 

•£oXafc*5» sangamamu, s> Meeting* 

union, junction, association. 2. 

Copulation, coition. 3. Confluence, 

as of rivers. 4. The adaptation of 

two things to each other. 
SoKsba sangamu, s. Union, junction, 

confluence. 
*£oXSifeo sangaramu, s. War. battle, 

combat. 2» Promise, assent. 
-(Oott»£, Sotv°8 sangadi, sangati, s. 

A friend, companion, or comrade. 
-(Ooft#*s»i sangitamu, s. Vocal music; 

a song, singing. 
So'?kr'& sangoru, s. Half of the 

whole produce of the crop. 



So Xsfr'sfco sangrahamu, s. Collection, 
acquisition, amassing. 2. Compi- 
Abridgment. 4. Taking, 



So^fc-o-ifc 



lation. 3 
seizing, 

sangrahintsu,To acquire,or amass. 
So^Tr jfcsfcw sangramamu, s. War ? 

battle, combat. 
So«fc*ko sanghamu, s. A multitude, 

or number of living beings. 
?5c$bn»^«6a> sanghatamu, s. A flock, 

multitude, heap, or quantity. 
So-CStfcjg) santsakaruvu, s. Earnest 

money, 
tfonyffttcw sanch£ramu,s. Traversing, 

wandering, roaming. So-tfeotf) 

sancharintsu, v. n. To wander, or 

roam about. 
So©, Sol) sanchi, sanchi, s. A purse, 

or bag. 
So OS', So-Sfl sanchika, sanchike, s. 

A section, or part of a book, 

written on palmyra leaves. 
So-tfb santsu, s. Knowledge of finesse, 

or niceties. 
Sees sandza, 5. Twilight, evening. 

tfoss sanjna, 5. A gesture, token, or 

sign. 2. The technical name of any 

affix, in grammar. 

•£o£ santa, s. A fair, or market day. 

J SosJS'**** santakamu, s. Signature. 

Soc^sfoo santatamu, adv. Always' 

constantly, aternalty. 
58 



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i*>& 



s&w-^andramu 



Xo&Q santati. 5. Race, lineage. 2. 
Offspring, progeny, issue. 

3oe££ santana, s. Agreement or con- 
cordance^. Obtaining, procuring. 
3. Joining, junction. 

•^o&Qo-tk santarintsu, v. a. To 
nourish, or feed. 

tSo'S s5s-^santarparia,«v-Tlie ceremony 
of feeding brahmans. 

tfo^SsScw, £o&*£&>* santasamu, san- 
tosamu, s. vide $o&^&.&x> santo- 
shamu. 

•^o'e^^sfea santanamu, 5. Offspring, 
progeny, issue. 2. Race, lineage. 

tf0€3"°aSsfca santapamu,s. Heat, burn- 
ing heat ; torment, pain, dis- 
tress, tfo'sr'ibo-ik santapintsu, To 
be afflicted, or be in distress. 

tfo&> santu, s. vide tfo^r*tf?6ao santa- 
namu, No. 1. 

#0 £**&.«$» santoshamu, s. Joy, de- 
light, pleasure, satisfaction, happi- 
ness, gladness. ^cxS^Sxo-tk? ZoS* 
gxew santoshintsu, santoshillu, v. 
n- To rejoice, to be pleased, glad, 
delighted, or happy. j5o&>sxkx» 
santu shtamu, adj. Delighted, 
pleased, satisfied. 

#oS& sandadi, s. Noise, clamour, 
disturbance.tfo£fio-&sandadintsu, 
To make a noise. 



tfotf^AxSoo sandarbhamu, s. Conveni- 
ence. 2. Opportunity. 3. Occur- 
rence. 

?So &#£-#**» sandarsanamu, s Look- 
ing, seeing. tfocSSsrosSb sandar- 
Sintsu, v. a. To Look, or see. 

SoaKsSoa sandigdhamn, adj. Doubt- 
ed, questioned, s. Doubt. 

7$oQa&z&> sandiyamu, s. vide 3ot§s$* 
a6oo sandehamu. 

tfoaS sandili, s. Making in the in- 
flex. Sing. Either j5o&*5, tfo©8 
sanditi, sandili, The arm, from the 
shoulder to the elbow. 

tfoaStf o£ sandilidanda, s. An orna- 
ment worn upon the shoulder, or 
upper part of the arm. 

#o*fc sandu, s. A lane, or narrow- 
street. % A cleft, or opening. 3. 
An intermediate space of time. 4. 
A direction, side, or quarter. 5. 
An opportunity. 

-£ O83o a Tfo ex>, tfo2kfc"°ft3o sandudagulu 
sadugottu, v. n. Evil spirits to 
affect children. 

-joo'^S'aSao sandesamu, s. News, ti- 
dings, information ; sl message. 

-£o~&&*iSto sandehamu, s. Doubt, un- 
certainty, scruple, hesitation, sus- 
picion. ;5o"^2^>o-sfc sandehintsu, v. 
n. To doubt, hesitate, or suspect. 

^o^Kfoo sandramu, s. vide tfs$w * ;6*> 
samudramu. 



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459 



•£osr o tf-Sambhara 



^o-qr^sfeo sandhanamu, s. Mixing, 
joining. 2. Combination, associa- 
tion, intimate union. tfo-qr»»o-& 
sandhanintsu, v. a- To join, or 
unite. jSo-i?-«>s>^sS» sandhanitamu, 
adj. United, bound. 

*<oo$ sandhi, s. Union, junction, con- 
nexion, combination. 2. Peace, 
making peace, pacification. 3. A 
hole, or chasm- 4. A hole made in 
a wall, or underneath it, for hos- 
tile, or felonious purposes. 5. The 
union of letters, to avoid disso- 
nance, or hiatus. 

3o§o-& sandhintsu, v. a. To join, or 
uni te. 2. To fix, or place ; as an 
arrow on the bow. v. n. To meet. 
tfo9e£s5w sandhitamu, adj. Joined, 
fastened, tied. 

tfo#e sandhya, s. Twilight. 2. The 
daily prayers and ceremonies of 
the first three pure Hindoo tribes, 
especially of the brahmans. Zo$* 

■sr-eox sandhyavartsn, To perform 
these ceremonies. 

tfo*£ 8-tfos5&>, XoZ£ sampatti, sam- 
pattu, sampada, s- Success, pros- 
perity ; increase of wealth, power? 
or happiness. 

tfotf^sfco sampannamu, adj. Accom- 
plished, completed, effected, ob- 
tained. 2. Prosperous, fortunate, 
thriving, happy. 



?So-a-*ao-tfb sampadintsu, v. a. To pro- 
cure, obtain, acquire, get, or earn* 
$o-ir>&tf, sSo-2r>£<?35oo sampadana? 

sampadyamu, s. Acquisition ; earn- 
ing:. 

^o^wr^ sampurnamu, adj. Com- 
plete, finished, whole, entire. 

tfo c «a.d samprati, .?. A person who 
aids a village Curnum. 

rSo s5 -5T°c*6<6do sampradayamujs. Tra- 
ditional doctrine ; what has been 
transmitted from one teacher to 
another, and is established as of 
sacred authority. 2. Usage, custom. 

tfQ£>c$s5o> sambandhamu, s. Connexi- 
on, relation ; affinity either natu- 
ral, or essential. 

tfo^tfsSaa sambaramu, s. A festival. 
2. Joy. 

*£oa?<aao sambalamu, s. Wages, sala- 
ry, hire. 

rSosrtib sambaru, s. Spicery. 

jSo"$s*?g>ex> sambavulu, s. plit. A parti- 
cular species of paddy. 

tfo;?r^s*x> sambhavamu, s. Birth, 
production. 2. Cause, origin. g ^r 
So-db-JSo^rSex), tfo^r&ex) sambha- 
vintsu, sambhavillu, sambhavilu, 
v. n. To be born. 2 To happen, or 
occur. 

tfo^SsSao sainbharamu, 5. Provision.; 
preparation; getting every thing- 
ready, or complete. 



•£otfg\-Samvatsa 



460 



i> 3 8 o •sfc-Sakilintsu 



^o^ptftf sambhavana, s. Honor. 2. 
A present, or reward, tfo^ao-tf* 

sambhavintsu, To honor, to re- 
ward. 
-£o3r > sx.ff»SM sambhashariamu, s. Con- 
versation, discourse So^sx^^obSo 
sambha^hauacheyu, To converse, 
or associate with. 
•^o^X6» sambhogamu, 5. Enjoy- 
ment, pleasare, delight. 2. Copu- 
lation, coition. So^fto-ab, So^K 
jA»"^cflfo sambhogintsu, sambho- 
gamucheyu, v. a. To copulate. 
So.^sSatfoa sambhramamu, s. Fear, 
terror. 2. Flurry, confusion. 3. 
Honor, respect. 4. Joy, pleasure. 
5. Grandeur. %otf ) '&>o-& sambhra- 
mintsa, v. n. To be elated, 
tfocfl&a tfrix>, ^ooo&a^sfea samyuktamu, 
samyutama, adj. Compounded, 
united, joined, annexed. 2. En- 
dowed with, possessed of. 
-$oS>^>Xt5x> samyogamu, 3. Intimate 

union, or association. 
*£ocw>cK)o& sanyyibuddi, s. An ink 

bottle, 
tfoffeur* samrakshana, -s. Support, 
maintenance* nourishment. £otf 
JLo-tfb samrakshmtsu,p. a. To sup- 
port, nourish, cherish, or maintain. 
«£©3$d\tfs6<M samvatsaramu, s- A year. 
»os5^xT^a samvatsaradi, s. The 
new year's day. 



uii- 



-joowss5<» samvadamu, s. Communi- 
cation of intelligence, or news 
tfo«r , ao'& samvadintsu, To com- 
municate, or talk. 

-o>o$fcB&s5»> samsayamu, s. Doubt, un- 
certainly, scruple, suspicion. So 
tfooocAfc samsayintsu, To doubt, or 
suspect. 

-£o**tf36:», tSoX\& samsaramu, samsri- 
ti, s. A family. 2. A wife, tfoi^a 
samsari, s. A man who has a fa- 
mily. 

-(OoSjy- \& **»samskritamu,a/. Wrought, 
artificially made. 2. Finished. 3. 
Adorned. 4. Excellent, best. 5. 
Prepared, s. Language gramati- 
cally correct; the Sanskrit tongue. 

foo-^r'tfska samsthanamu, s. A large 

hereditary landed estate. 
tfosr6tf**»samharamu, s. Destruction, 

annihilation, killing. 2. The end 
of the world, tfoss^eo-tfc samharin- 
tsa, p. a. To kill, destroy or anni- 
hilate. 

«£oli\*£tfw samkshepamu,s. Abbrevi- 
ation, abridgement, adj. Abridg- 
ed. rSo^Jio^ sankshepintsu. v. a. 
To shorten, or abridge. 

•jSSwtfoo sakalamu, adj. All, entire, 
whole, s. The aggregate, or whole. 

-£§©o-& sakilintsu, v. n. To neigh. 
3§8o£ sakilinta, s. A neigh, neigh- 



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461 



-££csvx>-Satyamu 



-£?p, tfSoss sakhi, sakiya, 5. A wo- 
man's female friend, a confidant. 

3ap>2& sakhudu, s. A friend. 

-£$>cs$do sakhyamu, s. Friendship. 

■£K&», 3Xb&» sagatu, sagutu, 5. vide 
3§b&x> sakutu. 

ZK&x> sagamu, s. The half; a moiety. 

#Kb saggu, v. n. To be degraded. 
2. To grow feeble- 3. To be dimi- 
nished, or decreased. 

j5zj sadzdza, 5. A bed, or couch. 

Z?*°x> sadzdzalu, s. plu. The grain 
termed Holcus spicatus. vide Xo 
1aex> gantelu. 

■^zf-g^tfrico sadzdzakaramu, s. Resin 
in general. 2. The resin, or exu- 
dation, of the Sal tree. 

-£& sata, s. An untruth, or lie. ad?'. 
False, untrue. 

-$&°x> sadalu, v. n. To become slack, 
or loose. 2. To be degraded, or 
diminished. 

-£& sadi, s- Noise, clamour. 2- No- 
toriety. 
S5o-2b sadintsu, v. a. To pound, or 
beat, rice, so as to deprive it of 
it's husk. 2. To beat. -£Sojg)£w 
sadimpulu, 5. plu. Rice beaten as 
above. 

•<o&>fibyo sadugulu, s. plu. The joints 
of the hip. 



-£2S* sadda, s. Regard, esteem, honor. 
*££"3otfx> saddacheyu, v. a. To es- 

teem, regard, honor, respect, or 

care for. 
-£2SSb2k saddakudu, s.The husbands 

of two sisters stand to each other 

in the relation defined by this 

word, 
•{oreorto sariugu, v. n To grumble, or 

mutter. 
-£<>r sat, adj. In composition only, 

Good, virtuous ; as js«r , > tfos*» 

satkaryamu, A good or virtuous 
action. 

%& sata, s. The number seven, as 
applied to dice. 

■££*» satamu, adj. Eternal. 2. Cer- 
tain, permanent. 

•£$ sati, s. Parvati. 2. A virtuous wo- 
man. 3. A woman in general. 

X & satta, s. Juice, sap, essence- 2. 
Result, effect, use. 3. Power, abi- 
lity. 

■£ © satti, s. vide & § sakti. 

-£e& sattu, s. Being, existence, adj. 

Excellent, good, virtuous. 
-£&> sattu, s. Pewter. 2. Sediment* 

refuse. 
£&>;$, #«&>;* sattuvu, sattuva, s. 

Strength, force, capability. 
•jjI^dsSx) satyamu, s. Truth. 2. An 

oath. 3£o3-tf;6o2k>satyavachasudu, 

s. A sage, saint, or seer. 



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462 



•jo^-Sabha 



*£^**h, r$ ^Qako satramu, sattramu, 
s. A sacrifice. 2. A choultry, or 
halting house for travellers. # & 

^o satrasala, s. A choultry in 

which food is daily distributed m 
charity. 
^Ss&esowa^ccSi sadamadambucheytt, 

v* a- To kill, murder, or assassi- 
nate. 
^£S5lr»sadarahi,ac?y. Beforemention- 

ed, aforesaid. 
-£cr> sad a, ado. Always, at all times. 

$-gt>k® sadagati, s. The wind. 
^J5b saddu, s. Sound, noise, inter j. 

Hush ! silence ! 
^-qr>o sadhya, adv. At this present 

instant ; at present. 
•$c$Xod sanagalu, s. jplu. vide tf^Koo 

sanagalu. 
^\ sa,nrm,s.vide tfcsi sanjna, No.l. 

^>tf\ sanna, adj. vide skTn&m. sanna 
mu. -$tf\ tfr*«x>ssd&§b sannanuhwa- 
duku, lit. To spin thin threads. 
To become lean. 

^tf^tfa sannadu, s-. A written order, 
deed, or grant. 

<$$\&x> sannainu, s. Thinness, lean- 
ness. 2. Fineness. 3. Smallness. 
adj. Thin, lean. 2. Fine. 3. Small, 
little, narrow. cStf^ftoafo, tftf^ *ew 
sannagintsu, sannagilu, v. n. To 
grow thin, or emaciated •, to be 
Jean. 



^P^L^tfcu sannahamu, s. Armour, 

mail, accoutrements. 2. Prepara- 
tion. 

"e^^ew sannikallu, s. A stone on 
which articles are bruised. 

•jS^Tptfrfoo, ^n^ sannidhanamu, 
sannidhi, s. Presence. 2 Proximi- 
ty. 3. Appearance, perceptibility. 

it^ir* & &x> sannipatamu, s. A mor- 
bid state of the three humours. 

*(0-jr»N ofo sanyasi, s. A Sanyasi, or 
brahman in the fourth prescribed 
stage of life ; that of the religious 
mendicant. 

♦£Ar^tfsfc» sanmanamu, $. Homage, 
honor, politeness. #-sr>o>o-i$b sa- 
nmanintsu, To honor, or pay re- 
spect to. 

-£sSvk5c» sappamu, s. vide s. «Stf\**» 
sarpamu. 

~£k\o?&> sabbandu, s. Abuse, of the 
vilest or most obscene kind- 

-$zx)s sabbu, s. Soap. 

*<o^v€)cs6e3ifc» sabbubiyyamu, s. Sago. 

-£$ sabha, s. An assembly, or meet- 
ing. 2. A house. 3. A royal court ; 
an assembly of wise and learned 
men. 3^#«k2&>, $$&>&> sabhasa- 
dudti, sabhikudu, s. One of a com- 
pany, or assembly. 7$ip£r*&> «a- 
bhakiidu, An assembly to collect. 



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463 



-£s5cr*tf-Samana 



or meet, #$fSr»«b^sabhakurtsu, To 
assemble a meeting, -^^e^onfc 
sabhakurpintsu, v. Caus. To cause 
a meeting to be assembled. 3 #80 
2& sabhyudu, 5. One who is fit for 
an assembly. 

•£skSfcx> samakattu, v> a. To prepare, 
to put in array, to keep in 
readiness. 

3s&§cp>2k, SsfcSj^tfb samakudu, sama- 

kuru, v. n. To conspire, coincide, 
or agree. 2. To succeed. 3. To 
happen, or occur. jSskgro&N sama- 
kurtsu, v, a To cause to agree, 
or coincide, succeed, or happen. 

SsksSw samamu, adj. Like, similar. 
2- Equal. 3. Equable, uniform. 
#sSojtoo^cecosainamucheyu,To level, 
or equalize. tfsfc&j^aSoa samachi- 
ttamu, s. An equable temper. 

tfsfcaflbs&o samayamu, s. A time, or 
opportunity; season fit, or proper 
time for any thing. 2. Leisure. 
3. An oath. 4. A confederation, 
or engagement. 

tf 3k 35bo samayu, v. n. To die, or 
expire. 2. To be diminished, ex- 
pended, or worn out. £K»a»o-t5b 
samayintsu, v. a. To kill. 2. To 
wear out. 

-^sSbtfsfco samaramu, s. Battle, war, 
combat, conflict. 

•£sk j£ samarta, *. The first appear- 
ance of the menses. 



•£sfetf rix> samarthamu, adj. Powerful, 
strong. 2. Able, capable. 3. Per- 
fectly versed in, or master of. 

*£s5o_gsSx> samastamu, adj. All, whole, 

entire, complete. 2. Compound, 
compounded. 
•£ssb&si», tfsfc&sSbafco samakshamu* 

samakshamamu, s. Presence, sight. 
adv. Before, in presence, or in 
sight of. 

•(OsSr*^ samakhya, s. Fame, reputa- 
tion. 2. Confederation, convention. 

£8£n>^tfs5oa sarnacharamu, s. News, 

tidings, intelligence, information. 
2. A message. 3 An occurrence. 

Ss5b^aa6oo samajamu, 5. A crowd, flock 
or multitude. 

tf3j*-^-*tf»cx> samadhanamu, s. Con- 
ciliation, agreement, consent. 2. 
Tranquillity, peace. 3. Reconcil- 
ing differences. 

tfs5o-$ samadhi, s. Deep meditation, 
restraining the senses and confin- 
ing the mind to contemplation on 
the true nature of the spirit. 2. 
Reconciling differences- 3. Perse- 
verance in a difficult undertaking. 
4. A grave, or tomb 

2s5cp>tf26»3 samanamu, adj. Like, simi- 
lar. 2. Equal, s. One of the vital 
airs supposed by the Hindoos to 
exist m the human hody ; it's 
place is supposed to be near the 
navel, and it is considered essen- 
tial to digestion. 



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3s£n> j> samapti, s. End, conclusion. 
3ajj*£o\56 samalintsu, v. a. To man- 
age. 2. To control. 
sss*n-£sfc» sainasamu, s. In grammar, 

Composition of words, formation 
of compound terms. 

£&)*£**» samfpamu, adj. Near, proxi- 
mate, contiguous, s. Proximity, 
neighbourhood- 

?SsSdo^s5c» samukhamu, s. Presence, 
proximity. 

;$Kfoo&cs&«»o, ^sfoozr'osssso) samudaya- 

mu, samudayamu, s. A multitude, 
number, heap, or quantity. 
Ssfco-epoaoo-dD samudayintsu, v. a. To 

console, or condole with. 2. To 
pacify, or allay any passion. 

#j6x>-sr»tfb2k samuddarudu, s. The Su- 
ed 

perintendent over several villa- 



^sSm^sSm, tfsfco^&j samudramn, sa- 

mudrudu, s. The sea, or ocean. 
«S£xn>sS-°tfw samuhamu, s. A flock, 

crowd, or multitude ; a heap or 

quantity. 
3s»s& samriddhi, s. Thriving, in- 

crease, prosperity, success. 
%&> © sammati, s. Consent, assent, 

accord, acquiescence, compliance. 

2. Pleasure, command. £s&,3o-& 

— * 

sammatintsu, To consent, or a- 
gree. 
^6s^fi«5oo sammadamu, s. Jo}^, plea- 
sure, happiness. 



^•So^, #&kcb& samme, sammiya. s. 
Confederation, convention, league. 

*£"^fc* sammeta,*. A sledge hammer. 

tfcar«o say am, adj. Own ; as *r*&>-7j-* 
Sb-^oo^o^sSx^^ vadunakusayam- 
tammudu, That man is my own 
younger brother. 

Soooo-iSb sayintsu, v.n- To agree with; 
to be agreeable to- 

•jooooK sayiga, s. A wink, or sign. 

tfooo&sSw sayitamu, adv. vide $&*&&& 
sahitamu. 

-£©»&>£b sayitudu, s. vide ;sa#\2k 
savitridu. 

-£c8^q&>, tf5kr°c&>*fcc> sayyata, sayyo- 
tamu, s> Touching with the hand, 
or finger, in play, or joke. 

£a5cr*£$£ sayyodhya, s. Friendship. 

•£&& saraku, s. Esteem, regard, care 
for. tftfSbt>oaoo sarakuseyu, To re- 
gard, esteem, or care for. 

*<otf;fo saragu, s. Swiftness, speed. #tftf 

saraga, adv. Speedily, quickly, 
swiftly. 

%tiz>& sarabadi, 5. Friendship. 

StfsSoo saramu, s. A pond, or pool. 2. 

A string of pearls, or wreath of 

flowers, 

JStfiftfw saralamu, adj. Candid, sin- 
cere, honest. 2. Straight, upright. 
3. Easy, simple. 



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■or^^bo-Sarkaru 



JStftfew saralalu, s. plu. In grammar, 

The soft consonants, viz. x s & $ w 

gaja da daba. 
&tf-£ sarasa, acfo. Near. 
-£tf*(Od(» sarasamu, «$. Juicy. 5. A 

joke. 
tftf3o-3tf&>\, 3tf& sarasu, sarassu, 

sarasi, s. A pond, or pool. tftf && 

^»j6x> sarasiruhamu, A lotus. 
^xp^), SJ-cr-w) sarapu, sarabu, s. A 

shroff, money changer or banker. 
Sxp'^^oi saralamu, adj. Fit, proper. 

2. Easy, convenient. 
S-o^SQ sarasari, 5. An average. 
$d sari t adj. Right, proper, fit, just. 

2. Equal. 3. Even, not odd. ado. 

Expressive of assent. Good, very 
well. 

tfS^oaoo saricheyu, v 9 a. To put in 
order, or arrange. 2. To level, or 
make even. 3. To complete, or fi- 
nish. 

#8&r*$ saripovu, v. n. To be finished 
or completed, tfe^c&o, se^^bx 

saricheyu, sariputstsu, v. a. To 
adjust ; to arrange, or put in or- 
der. 2. To distribute, so that no- 
thing remains. 3. To finish, con- 
clude, or complete. s8*£^o saripa- 
du, v. n. To be on good terms. 2. 
To fit, or suit. 8. To be right, or 
proper. 4, To agree with one's 



wishes, habits, taste, <fcc. ; to be 
pleasing or agreeable. 5. To be 
complete. Zd&r°TS) saritsutsa, v. a. 

To examine, or compare, care- 
fully. _ _ ■ 

#87r» sariga, adv. Properly, rightly, 

correctly. 2. Equally. 3. In good 
order. 4. Completely, fully, per- 
fectly. 

35X" sariga, s. Gold, or silver, lace. 

38 "ft sarige, s. A gold necklace. 2. 
gold, or silver, lace. 

38"S)&-^81br3, -^s^tfsariperji-saripe- 
na» saripena, s. A sort of gold 
chain, or necklace. 

S8l!fr saribesi, s. Odds and evens. 

#8s^£$b sarihaddu, s. Boundary, ex- 
tremity, frontier, limit. 

3&§b sarnkn, &■. Goods, articles, 
commodities, merchandize. 

*£&-cf-^, saruchashma, 5. A super- 
irrtendent. 

i>&&, -$&>&> sarudu, sarusu, v. a. T«i 
arrange. 2. To distribute what 
is enough for a few only, in equal 
shares, amongst many, -^So^or 6 ^ 
sarnsukonu, v. Gomp. To arrange, 
<£c, for one's own benefit. 

tf&ex> sarulu, s. plu. Chaplets, or 
wreaths of flowers. 

^"g?oo saresu, s. Glue. 

*£^k-&sarkaru, s. The government. 
2. A district comprehending seve- 



ral Purgunas. 



D\) 



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;^£ r _$.Saskam 



tf^aSoo sarpamu, s. A snake, or 

serpent. 
^SosSao sarvamu, adj. All, entire, 

whole, complete, universal. 
^s^sm sarrabu, 8. vide~$-m£) sarapbu. 
-f>z.t salaka, 6-. A small sack. 2. A 

quantity in capacity, equal to 

two and a half tooms. 
^K^ptf salagapara,AHincloo spade, 

or hoe. 
*^2jKs5w salagamu, 5. Human ordure. 

•^K^^ salagani&clu, To feed on 

ordure. 
^£>sr€ salaha> s. Peace, concord. 2. 

Advice, counsel. 
^y^r salaka, s, A sledge hammer. 
^j^^Ss^, *£er°£>tfc» salapamu, salaba- 

mu, s. A pearl fishery. 
•£y-*«5x> saUran, 6-. The usual 

Musalman salutation ; safety, 

blessing, peace. 
^De)s5w salilamti, 5. Water. 
^9&iQ salupn, v. a. To make, or do. 

2. To wage, Or carry on. v. n. To 

give severe pairs, s- Severe, or 

acute ? pain. 
-Zzn^&n sallapamu. s. Conversation, 

familiar discourse. <5e^g>o-i5c> sa- 

llapintsu, To converse, or talk 

familiarly. 
~{>ti%) salupu, v. n. To grumble. 2. To 

give acute pain. s. Severe pain, 

also termed ^tidotf salaparinta. 



*£& sallu, v. n. To become slack, or 

loose, adj. Loose, slack. ^oaSo^*^ 

vayuvusallu, Wind to escape be^ 
hind. 

*(j#® savati, s. The wives of the 
same husband stand to each other 
in the relation denoted by this 
word. -£5>s^ savatitalli, A step- 
mother. 

i>s&> savatn, s- Specimen, sample, 
or pattern. 2. A sort, or kind. adj. 
Like, similar. 

i>£&n savarana, s. Requisite imple- 
ments, articles. &c. 

^6o-^s savarintsu, v. a. To supply, 
or furnish. 2. To arrange, or put 
in order. 3. To prepare. 

*£ss'^7r° savasavagai, adv. As if ob- 
serving, but pretending not to 
see ; as if winking at. 

^sr*S savari, s. A conveyance .of any 
kir/d; but especially a palanqueen. 

^spoDsavHu, s."A question, or 
interrogatory. 

"o>5gtfs§&-5j savurapukuppe, s. An 

ornament worn by Hindoo fe- 
males, on the Lair, 

fS^tfsfco, -(6&tfsSw savuramu,savaramu, 

s. The hair of the Bos-grunniens. 

-£R> sasi, s. Grain, corn. 2. Relish. 

3. Health. 
•£^,-.3 saskani, s. An imaginary 
coin, of the value of forty cash. 



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467 



iffU 



tfs$*XsSbtfo5w sahagamanamu, s. The 
burning of a widow alive, with 
her dead husband 

7$&>\S&'& sahacharudu, s. An atten- 
dant,companion, or contemporary. 

^^-assScx) sahajamu, 5. Nature, dis- 
position, adj. Natural, innate. 2. 
Proper. 3. True. 

Ss$*tft5s», Ss^sdMsahananiu, sahamu, 
s. Patience, quiet, resignation. 

^^•sp^sfca sahavasamu, s. Associa- 
tion, friendship. 

tfsfro .tf.s&o sahasramu, s. A thousand. 

tfsrCos&ska sahayamu, s. Assistance, 
succour, aid. 2. Protection. 

»5xScB5o2& sahayudu, s. An assistant, 
companion, follower, or adherent. 

tfSr»onfc, ^Ln>o»oo5b sahintsujsahiyin 
tsu, v. a. To suffer, support, en- 
dure, or bear. 2. To pardon. 

tfSr>c£s$M sahitamu. adv. With, along 
with. 2. Even, also. adj. Accom- 
panied, in company with. 

•$~ z &vt*&i&&> sahodarudu,.?. A brother 
of whole blood, one by the same 
father and mother. 

■£p> sa, adj. In composition, Half; as, 
•£r°-&>(SS samenu, The half body. 

■SrooX^csSw sangatyamu, 5. Associa- 
tion. 



ir*oK&* sangamu. adj. Perfect, com- 
plete. Hr>ol$<r>ir>oKi6x> sangopauga 
mu, Complete from beginning to 
end- 

^o^ J e^ sambrani, s. Benzoin.^n»o 
^.tgg Q sambrani vatti, s. A 
kind of candle, made chiefly of 
benzoin, and producing the fra- 
grance of frankincense. 

•>§8 sakiri, s. vide •>!>, sakshi. 
■£r°*o Baku, v. a. To foster, cherish, 

or nourish. 2> To bring up, or 

educate- 5. A pretence. 
tr*X-cr°ti saganara, s. The aloe. 
>Xtfs5^ sigaramu, s. The sea, or 

ocean. 
-fr*K&&x> sagaramu, s. The large 

leathern bottle, or bag, used in 

conveying oil, ghee, &c, in India. 

>>Kb saga, s. vide $o3<sr<»e>jSa> bhin- 
divalamu- 2. Cultivation, adj. 
Cultivated, v- n. To go on, pro- 
ceed, or advance. 2. To expand, 
spread out, or become elongated ; 
as red hot iron, by beating. 3. To 
take effect, to be of considerable 
duration. ■£r°x;6oc& sagadfyu, v. a. 
To draw out, or elongate. 2. To 
importune. ^xfr*°i» sagagottu,To 
beat out, to elongate by beating. 
•£n>X^csfco sagaveyu, To send off, 
or away. ^p>5\o3b &&gmt$Ti y v>Caus. 
To cause to go on, advance, or pro- 



•2r»#eiSa"dhu 



46S 



■&• is^o - Samany a 



ceed ; to carry on. 2. To cause I 
to take effect, to establish. 3. To ! 
Cultivate. 
•£p>Xb»cl sagubadi, s. Cultivation. 

•£p>4j-=»"go-»fe5^5'Ax>, , an»&r»"^tf**» satako 

tiberamu, sataberamu, 8. Barter. 

^r>feS Rati, adj. Like, similar, equal. 

•&• cT s> satani, c2<^J- Of or belonging 

to the Satani caste? who worship 
Vishnu exclusively. 

•£n>i&> satu. s. A number of travellers. 

■^•sr» s a d a * ac£/. Plain, un orna- 
mented. 

^r»a\^c^> sadrisyamu, ^. Resem- 
blance, similarity. 

■£r>$g'j6s> sadhakamu, 5. Practice, 
exercise, usage- % A document. 
3- An instrument. 4- Any thing- 
eaten with rice. 

-&>§<$ sadhana, 5. Denial. 2- Pract- 
ice, usage. 

ir>$i$&x> sadhanamu, s. Contrivance, 
expedient, means. 2. Instrument, 
agent. 3. Cause. 4. The penis- 5. 
Premises leading to a conclusion, 
6. Authority for the use of a word. 

T^-jptfcas&w sadharanamu, adj. Com- 
mon, general, applicable to all. 

•£t°§ot& sadhintsu, v. a- To succeed 
by dint of perseverance ; to take, 
or conquer. 2. To deny. 

3p>#>, •&>&> sadhu, sadu, adj. Good, 
virtuous, pious, pure. 2. Proper, 
right, fit. 3. Excellent. 4. Hand- 



some, pleasing. 5. Well" born. 6. 
Tame, docile, not vicious, as ap- 
plied to tame animals. 

7tf-°#e<6M sadhyamu, adj. Possible, 
practicable. 2. Curable. 

ir*$>o&i sadhyudu, s. An inferior 
deity, or demi-god. 

■fro sani, s. A lady, a female of rank 
or respectability. It is used chief- 
ly as an affix ; as, £-*#-£*$ dorasa 

ni, Alady. tr>%sr>o>k> sanivandlu, 
s. plu. Dancing girls, prostitutes. 
sfco^«^& mantrasani, s. A mid- 
wife. "5S^r»?) reddisani, s.A Rhed- 

, , .to 

dy s wife. 

•£r°s>H sanike, s. An earthen vessel, 
or deep plate- 

-&>£&, sapadu, v. a. To eat. 

i>$> sapu, adj. Clean, pure, clear. 

■&>&&> sabitu, adj. Proved, establi- 
shed. 

•Zr>&>o&&n samantamu, s. Power, 

authority* 
i^&> ft samagri, s. A thing, article, 

material, or implement. 
i^s&> tic £<x> samarthyamu, s. Power, 
strength. % Ability, adequacy, 
cleverness, capability. 3. Prowess. 

■£r°s£r*s6 samanu. 5. Things, articles, 

materials, furniture, apparatus, 
tools, instruments. 
•&■<»•&* tfcs6w samanyamu,ac?j. Common, 



general. 



•>S-Sari 



469 



•£r»sj^-Savas; 



■£r°&) sami, s. vide ifr°^zx> swami. 
•^sd^-^SdII, ^"So°3 s iinita- samite, 

sameta, s. A proverb, or common 

saying- 2. A parable. 
"^»r»sScstoo samfpyanm, s. Proximity. 
-^^500 sainu, s. Any bodily exercise; 

as fencing, &c. 
^r° 6sj ,a,r j5» samudnkamu, 5. The 

interpretation of spots on the 
body. 2. A book on that subject. 

•>°skosto> samyamu,s. Equality, same- 
ness. 2. Likeness, similarity. 

"%rOyc&°j23?&so samrajyamu, s. Imperi- 
al rule. 

^n , o56o~5* ,, e;853o— •£p>055o $ s6oo, ^cfiSo^ 
tfafcp s&yankalanm-sayantramu,sa- 

yantanamu, s. The evening. 
-£r»c*65dcx> sayamu, s. vide -^srCetsSsfco 

sahayamu. 
■^r»ccSn»s^\ sSw sayahnamu; s> Evening. 
■£r»a»ysr*o2& sayilavandlu, 5. vide «.-> 

S2»SScj r _ejsr'o^b budibudikkula- 

vandlu. 
•£r*tf$ sarathi, s. A charioteer. 

i>ti&x> saramu, 5. The pith, or sap? 
of trees. 2. Strength, vigour. 3. 
The essence of any thing. 4. 
Marrow. 

?S- o ir>aooj->'Tr> sarayi, sara, s. Spiritu- 
ous liquor, of any kind. 

■£p»a sari, s. In composition, A time, 

or turn, in rotation ; as Zjgfnd 
okasarj, Once, &c. 



1<r>&>-5r>~6ote saruvapanla, .?. A crop 

i n low wet ground. 
•£p&;g> saruvu, s- A ridge, or small 

bank. 
£p-g sare, 5. Presents to a daughter 

when sent to her husband's house. 
2. A pawn, or piece, at the game 
of Sogetaloo. 3. A potter's wheel. 

"Zr>~5-fr>~d, -fr°~d£> saresare,sareku,aefo. 

Often, frequently. 

^Ssko sirthamu, 5. A multitude : 
* . . . 

espicially of similar animals, or of 

travellers ; a caravan. 
-£r>tf-5r*;$ToS&> sarthavahudu, s, A 

trader, or merchant. 
^<y sala, s. A hall. 2. A stable; 3. 

An avenue. 

s5«x» salagramamu-saligravamu,sa- 
lagravamu, s. The Salagramam, 
or stone sacred to Vishnu, said 
to be found in the bed of the river 
Gunduk. 

■>>&&, s Hr>'&$)&1& salidu, salepuru- 
gu, s- A spider. 

>?^^ salevadu, s. A weaver. 

-£r«35'-3r x S"s53o savakasamu, s. Leisure. 

•>5S-qr»rfs5oo savadhanamu, adj. Di- 
recting the attention to one ob- 
ject. 

-£p>3T6-£i*» savasamu, s- vide £s3-»»r» 
*£&» sahavasamu. 



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470 



fczh-Sibbi 



■^•^?o?Cs5ao sashtangamu,s. Prostra- 
tion to the ground, so as to -touch, 
it at once with eight different 
members of the body ; viz. The 
two hands, the two feet, the breast, 
the forehead, and the two shoul- 
ders. 

•£p&>$ex> sasuvulu, s. plu. vide esur* 
ex> aValu. 

T^s^Ssfco sabasamu, s. Violence ; the 
perpetration of any act of rapine, 
or aggression. 
-A i**&*o&?6xi sahayyamu, .9. Assist- 
ance, aid, succour. 2. Friendship. 

^Sr»£§ sahird, s. A groom* . 

<3-°l!roS£eskK> sahityamu, s. Classical 
knowledge. 2. An implement. 

■fr>&x>-? r> & sahukaru, s- A Soucar, or 
banker- 

•^1^ sakshi, s. A witness, an evi- 
dence. 

ftoKtfw singamu, s. vide gjos^^sim- 

hamu, 
fto-7r>& singarii, 5. A bow. 
Jbo*7r>tfs5c» singaramu, s. vida 3\o7r» 

tf*x» sringaramu. 
Sjos^j5m simhamu, s. A lion. 
ftosS-sfStf £w simhasanamUj^.A throne, 

as in India being supported by 

lions. 
&g* sika. s. vide $$> sikha. 



S)"^ 5 ^ sikka, s. A seal, or stamp. 2. 
Their impression. 

S>X siga, s. vide %$ sikha. N. 2. 

%fo siggu, 5. Shame. 2. Modesty, 
timidity. 3. Disgrace. ftfos^Stf 
siggumalina, a<#/. Shameless, im- 
pudent. &?fo;S£& siggupadu, v. n. 
To be ashamed. 

&£<&» sidamu, s. A flag, or banner. 

%-cr>c&i6x> siddayama, s. Saving in ex- 
penditure. 

&-g sidde, s. A large leathern bottle, 
used for oil, &c. In India. 2. A 
brazen oil bottle. 

&£>s5m siddhamu,s, A state of readi- 
ness, or preparation, adj. Heady, 
prepared. 2. True, certain. 

?>-e3^o^s5oosiddhantamu,5. Demonstra" 
9 

ted conclusion, established truth- 
2. A famous Sanskrit work, on 
astronomy. 

&& siddhi,s. Fulfilment, accomplish- 
ment, completion. 2. Kesult, ef- 
fect 3. Success. &&0-& siddhintsu, 
v. n. To succeed, or take effect ; 
to be accomplished. 

h-trooJ7x>, ^fpnco-D sipayi, sipayf, s 
An indian soldier. 

&S)tf«5w sibiramu, s. A camp. 

?>S) X sibbi, s. A brazen cover- £tp2?» 



balance. 



&£k taradzusibbi, The scale of a 



&s&ce£-Sim.aiita 



471 



TfcS\£-Sukrita 



&£k© sibbiti, s. Shame. 2. Modesty. 
&"S\s*» sibbemu, s. A blotch, or scab. 
fixr> sira, s. Indian ink. 
fca siri, 5. vide A. sri, No. 1, 2. & 3. 
&e»Kb silugu, s. Danger, peril. 2. 

Calamity, misfortune- 
&g> sillu,s. /?/&. A kind of spear, used 

in urging on .the elephant. . 

ft £ oft sivangi, s. The leopard. 

%&> istu, 5. mcfe $&>sistn, Under. 
&£o dastu, I cannot trace the de- 
rivation of this word. As opposed 
to s3o dastu, Money in hand, it 
denotes, money outstanding un- 
collected ; but when used with- 
out 'reference to that word, it de- 
notes a fixed assessment in money, 
as distinguished from a variable 
tax, or assessment in kind. 

*> 

-rtW$u&xi sitaphalamu, s. The cust- 
ard apple. Annona squamosa. 

&efftfvx> sidivamu, s. The slough of 
a serpent. 2. Poverty, indigence. 

&jSb sfm a, s. A boundary, or limit. 2 
A country, or district, and hence 
applied to designate. 3. Europe. 
^>s56 r 3cr»S simakodi, 5. A turkey. 
lit. A European foul. 

fbj&oel'tfcw simantamu, s. A separation 
of the hair on each side, so as to 
leave 'a distinct line on the top of 
the head, 2. A purificatory and 



sacrificial ceremony, performed 
in the sixth or eighth month of- a 
Hindoo female's pregnancy. 

f»e> sila, s. A nail, pin, peg, clasp, or 
screw, of wood or metal. 

7be>s6o£ sllamanda, s. The ankle. 

§>7$i&x> sisamu, s. Lead. 2- poetry of 

a particular measure. 
&■$■» sisa, s. A bottle, glass, or phial. 

So 

&> su, A particle, and prefix, analo- 
gous to good well, or the Greek 
Eu, and implying reverence, wor- 
ship, honor. 2. Assent. 3. Increase, 
prosperity. 4. Excess, exceeding. 
5. Pain, distress. 6. Pleasure, de- 
light. 

&oo&£» sunkamu, s. Toll, customs. 
&>o56 sunkari, s. A collector of 
customs, or toll. i&oS'e^o&a sunka- 
rimettu, A custom house. 

jSaocf sunta, s. A little, adj. Little 
short, trifling. 

?5oc&6's&o sundaramu, adj. Beautiful- 
handsome. £oo&8 sundari, A beau, 
tifui female. 

£oS«ako sukaramu, adj. Easy, practi- 
cable, attainable. 

£o&s&*tfsfco sukumaramu, adj. Soft, 

smooth, tender. 2. Young, youth- 
ful. 
sfo3\«*s5c» sukritamu, s. Virtue, 
moral merit. 2. Fortune, atispici- 
ousness. 



&£-Sui 



472 &>tfcX.Suranga 



i&sp&K-'&gi&xi, K3oKsS» sukliamu, su- 
kainu, sugarnu, s, Happiness, plea- 
sure, delight, joy. 2. Health, wel- 
fare, adj. Happy, &c. 2. Healthy. 
#o£> sukhi, s. A pleasant, happy, 
or healthy man. £oi£>o-t$b, joogpcx»o 
-do sukhintsu, sukhiyintsu, To 
feel pleasure, or joy ; to be 
happy. rSosf) ss tfsssko sukhaprasava- 
mi], A safe and easy delivery, in 
child-birth. &$)Sog'fc>sfe> sukha- 
sankatamu, lit The pain from 
pleasure. The venereal disease. 

#os;£2& sujanudn, s. A good, virtu- 
ous, or respectable, man. 

fSog sudi, s. A whirlpool. 2. Curled 
hair. ?3o&-7v°D sudigali, A whirl- 
wind. i&&ir 3 & sudigonu, To sur- 
round, or encircle. &>acc&> siuli- 
yu, To whirl round. &o£s5C& sudi- 
vadu, To become confused in 
battle, joo&sroew sudivalu, &. A mis- 
sile weapon. 

foclcsft sudiya, s. Haifa load of beetle 
leaf. 

&&>-7r°&o sudugadu, s. A cemetery, 
or place for burning, or burying, 
the dead. 

tSo^dsSm sudumu, s. A flock of one 
hundred sheep. 

&>& suta, adv. Since, from. 2. Even, 
also. 



Too® suti, s. vide s & > ® srati, No. 3. 

&&>&) sutudu, s. A son. 

roD "3 sutte, s. A hammer. 

&>& suda, 5. The point, or end, of any 

thing. 
6o# sudda, s. A sort of white clay, 

a 

or pumice stone. 
&>a sudd'i, 5. vide &>a suddi. 
KSoO suddi, s. The moral of a fable, 

or tale. 
Kx>^o»oi5b sunayintsu, v. a. To plait 

clothes, 
footf^ sunn a, s. A cypher. 2. The 

letter o jSos^-^fcw sunnapettu, lit. 

To put a cypher. To refuse, or 

decline to give. 
&>?^5 sunnati, s. Circumcision. 2. 

The traditions of Mahammad. 

X»#\ j&» sunnamu, s. Lime, or mortar. 
toz*\ Qs^osS sunnapukaya, The 
chunam box used by Hindoos, iu 
which a little fine lime is kept, to 
be rubbed on the beetle leaf, 
before it is chewed. 

^SK sunni, s. Powder of any kind. 

Kx» sura, 5. Spirituous, or fermented, 
liquor, adj. In composition only, 
Of or belonging to the deities, or 
gods; as, ;&s sicsgek surajyeshthu- 
du, s. Bramha, the creator. 

fOotfoXsSao surangamu, s- A hole, such 
as is made by rats, or by burglars* 
or in blasting rock^. 



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&>tf tt>$ suragali, s. A whirlwicd. 

7x>Vfo suragu, v. n* To flee. 

SoSfe3 surati, s. A fly brush, usually 

made of the tail of the Bos 
grunniens. 

£oSex> suralu, s. pin- The gods, or 
deities. &o-cr>8 surari, 5. An asoor, 
or infernal being. 

£oir»§>o-& suralintsu, v. a. To throw 
away, in disdain. 

&o9oe&, jfc-a suriya, sure, s> vide -^beg* 
chhurika. 

rfc&rtb^o^SV- surugucluchekka, s. 
Red- wood- 

&>~3-3r*tfsSM surekaramu, s. Saltpetre. 

jooej^rasco sulabhamu, adj. Easy • 
feasible, attainable ; of easy acqui- 
sition, or attainment. 

tfoer^-c'tfsSDo sulochanamn, s. Specta- 
cles, or eyeglasses. 

£o&$, z»oo$) s til uvu, suluvu, s. 
Facility. 2. Lightness, as opposed 
to heaviness. 3. An expedient, or 
means, adj. vi^e^ej^s>x sulabhamu. 

?5oS5cbs-s5c» suvarriamu, s. Xjrold. adj. 

Of a fine colour. 
#o£o suvvi, inter j. This is the 
chorus used by women, at the 
close of their songs,in beating rice 

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