Pakkaccurul, Pakkaccuruḷ, Pakka-curul: 1 definition

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Source: DDSA: University of Madras: Tamil Lexicon

Pakkaccuruḷ (பக்கச்சுருள்) [pakka-curuḷ] noun probably from பக்கம் [pakkam] +. Tinnevelly usage

1. Additional presents made to a bridegroom by the bride’s party; மணமகள் வீட்டாரால் மணமகனுக்கு அதிகப்படியாகக் கொடுக் கப்படுஞ் சம்பாவனை. [manamagal vittaral manamaganukku athigappadiyagak kodug kappadugn sambavanai.]

2. Presents made to bridegroom’s relatives at a marriage; கலியாணத்தில் மணமகனின் உற்றாருக்குச் செய்யுஞ் சம்பாவனை. [kaliyanathil manamaganin urrarukkus seyyugn sambavanai.]

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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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