Cattuvari, Cattuvāri, Cāttuvari, Cāṭṭuvari: 1 definition


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Source: DDSA: University of Madras: Tamil Lexicon

Cattuvāri (சத்துவாரி) noun < catvāriṃśat. Longsight, as usually occurring in the fortieth year of a person; [(பெரும்பாலும் ஒருவனுடை) நாற்பது (வயதில் வருவது.)] வெள்ளெழுத்து. [[(perumbalum oruvanudai) narpathu (vayathil varuvathu.)] vellezhuthu.] Local usage

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Cāttuvari (சாத்துவரி) [cāttu-vari] noun < சாறு [saru] +. Tax on toddy-yielding trees; கள்ளிறக்கும் மரங்களுக் கிடும் வரி. [kallirakkum marangalug kidum vari.] Local usage

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Cāṭṭuvari (சாட்டுவரி) [cāṭṭu-vari] noun perhaps from சாட்டு- [sattu-] +. A tax; வரிவகை. [varivagai.] (S. I. I. v, 139.)

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Tamil is an ancient language of India from the Dravidian family spoken by roughly 250 million people mainly in southern India and Sri Lanka.

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