Katiccal, Kāṭiccāl, Kati-cal: 1 definition


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Source: DDSA: University of Madras: Tamil Lexicon

Kāṭiccāl (காடிச்சால்) [kāṭi-cāl] noun < காடி¹ [kadi¹] +. Broad-mouthed pot for keeping sour rice-water; காடி வைக்குஞ் சால். [kadi vaikkugn sal.] (சினேந்திரமாலை [sinendiramalai] 172.)

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Kāṭiccāl (காடிச்சால்) [kāṭi-cāl] noun < காடி⁶ [kadi⁶] +. Groove in woodwork, rabbet; மரவேலையின் பொளிவாய். [maravelaiyin polivay.]

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