South-Central Dravidian

South-Central Dravidian
a Dravidian language spoken primarily in south central India
Hypernyms: ↑Dravidian, ↑Dravidic, ↑Dravidian language
Telugu, ↑Savara, ↑Gondi, ↑Pengo, ↑Manda, ↑Kui, ↑Kuvi

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