Dravida

noun Dra·vi·da \ ˈdrävədə \

Definition of Dravida

plural Dravidas also Dravida
1 : dravidian
2 : any of several Dravidian languages
3 : one of the basic styles of medieval Indian architecture

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Origin and Etymology of dravida

Sanskrit Drāviḍa, Draviḍa, of Dravidian origin; akin to Tamil tamir̤ Tamil


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