By Thomas D. Burrows, Murray Barnson Emeneau
"This booklet is a whole and systematic checklist of the full on hand Dravidian vocabulary. It covers 4 significant literary languages and a few fourteen minor languages, a large amount of the fabric 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 stick with. The meanings are given as exhaustively as is achievable in any such paintings, in order that the whole diversity of the applying of every note turns into obvious. The dictionary is, with a few exceptions, restricted to the local Dravidian point to the exclusion of loans from Indo-Aryan. it's the first paintings of its style that has been tried, and it'll be an fundamental software to all these engaged in Dravidian linguistics and to Indian philology in general."
As digital information base the dictionary is gifted right here: http://dsal.uchicago.edu/dictionaries/burrow/
New Dravidian DB compiled by way of G.S.Starostin at the foundation of DEDR are available the following: http://starling.rinet.ru/cgi-bin/main.cgi?flags=eygtnnl
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Amphibians See amphibia. e. parallel to the *prism zone of a crystal. The double chains are held together by monovalent, divalent, or trivalent cations, of which Na+, Ca2+, Mg2+, Fe2+, Al3+, and Fe3+ are the most important; hydroxyl ions also occur. , and Z = Si or Al. Calcium-poor amphiboles include the *orthorhombic amphiboles (called the orthoamphiboles) and include *anthophyllite and gedrite, but the other two groups are *monoclinic and include the common *hornblendes *tremolite and *actinolite, as well as the sodium-rich varieties such as *glaucophane and *riebeckite.
Aquifer test See pumping test. APXS See alpha–proton–x-ray spectrometer. aquifuge See aquiclude. aquamarine See beryl. Aquitanian 1. 03 Ma ago) in the *Miocene Epoch, preceded by the *Chattian (*Oligocene), followed by the *Burdigalian (Int. Commission on Stratigraphy, 2004). 2. The name of the corresponding European *stage, which is roughly contemporaneous with the upper *Zemorrian and lower *Saucesian (N. America), parts of the *Otaian (New Zealand), and the upper *Janjukian and lower *Longfordian (Australia).
Amygdaloidal See amygdale. amygdule See amygdale. An See alkali feldspar. anabatic wind A wind that blows up a slope, often gently, and usually when the sloping ground surface has been warmed by the Sun. Compare katabatic wind. anabranching channel A type of *distributary river channel that separates from its trunk stream and may ﬂow parallel to it for several kilometres before rejoining it. The anabranching channel remains undivided, and so differs from an anastomosing channel which has major distributaries that branch and then rejoin it.