By Thomas D. Burrows, Murray Barnson Emeneau
"This publication is an entire and systematic list of the full to be had Dravidian vocabulary. It covers 4 significant literary languages and a few fourteen minor languages, a large amount of the cloth for that is right here released for the 1st time. The dictionary is etymologically prepared and the vocabulary is classed into 4,572 numbered goods. entire indexes for every language persist with. The meanings are given as exhaustively as is conceivable in this type of paintings, in order that the total variety of the appliance of every notice turns into obvious. The dictionary is, with a few exceptions, restrained to the local Dravidian aspect to the exclusion of loans from Indo-Aryan. it's the first paintings of its sort that has been tried, and it'll be an critical software to all these engaged in Dravidian linguistics and to Indian philology in general."
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Distinction, glorification, eclat, dignity; (n, v) halo, pride; (v) exult, prevail: (n, v) triumph, control, boast. ANTONYMS: (v) blasphemy, govern; (v) dominate, overcome, outweigh, obtain, persist, carry, vanquish; (adj) preponderate. ANTONYM: (v) lose. snarling: (n) grumbling; (adj) cynic cycle, malicious, irritable, malignant, cynical, snappish, curst, currish, froward, mischievous. surfeit: (n) overabundance, excess, repletion, satiety, plethora, overflow, congestion; (v) cloy, gorge, satiate, pall.
Tyrants %themselves weept when it was reported DORSET. No man but prophesyd revenge for it BUCKINGHAM. Northumberland, then present, weept to see it QUEEN MARGARET. What? were you snarling all before I came, Ready to catch each other by the throat, And turn you all your hatred now on me? Did Yorks dread curse prevail so much with Heaven, That Henry’s death, my Lovelly Edward’s death, Their Kingdoms loss, my woeful Banishment, Should all but answer for that peevish Brat? Can curses pierce the Clouds, and enter Heaven?
If you are hyr'd for meed, go back again, And I will send you to my brother Glouster: Who shall reward you better for my life, Then Edward will for tidings of my death SECOND MURDERER. You are deceiv’d, Your brother Glouster hates you CLARENCE. Oh no, he love’s me, and he holds me dear: Go you to him from me FIRST MURDERER. Ay, so we will CLARENCE. Tell him, when that our princely father York, Blest his three sons with his victorious arm, He little thought of this divided friendship: Bid Glouster think on this, and he will weep Thesaurus gallant: (adj) fearless, brave, daring, novitiate, tyro, initiate.
A Dravidian Etymological dictionary by Thomas D. Burrows, Murray Barnson Emeneau