South Dravidian

South Dravidian
a Dravidian language spoken primarily in southern India
Hypernyms: ↑Dravidian, ↑Dravidic, ↑Dravidian language
Irula, ↑Kota, ↑Kotar, ↑Toda, ↑Kannada, ↑Kanarese, ↑Tulu, ↑Malayalam, ↑Tamil

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