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Definition of "dravidian" []

  • A family of languages spoken in S and central India and Sri Lanka, including Tamil, Malayalam, Telugu, Kannada, and Gondi (noun)
  • A member of one of the aboriginal races of India, pushed south by the Indo-Europeans and now mixed with them (noun)
  • Denoting, belonging to, or relating to this family of languages or these peoples (adjective)

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Use "dravidian" in a sentence
  • "So the dravidian parties have nothing to fear and their families and their dynasties are taken care of, because the flock is taken care of."
  • "Is the dravidian university is recognised of distense education by ugc?"
  • "Hello every one ... please answer this question with details ... who benefited by whom? so, is the tamil language actually benefited by dravidian leaders?"
  • "The dravidian movement is first about a new caste based redistributive social order rather than any grand Tamil ambition."
  • "It basically states that all north indians are aryan and all south indians and lower caste are dravidian."