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Electronic journal of vedic studies

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One of the reasons I had posted this link was this article.

VOL. 18 (2011), ISSUE 1 (February 16)

Pleonastic Compounding: An Ancient Dravidian Word Structure


Periannan Chandrasekaran

The paper is important for several reasons: it reveals a unique form of compound
nouns in Proto-/EarlyDravidian, and as such it is quite relevant for the
etymology of a number of Dravidian loans into Sanskrit.
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