Origin of Dravidian
Examples from the Web for dravidian
But still the whole system, though heated in the furnace of Dravidian emotion, has not been recast in a new mould.
A strong Dravidian element can, however, also be traced in the population of northern India.
This passage must have been written after a Vishnuite movement had begun in the Dravidian country.
One of the most characteristic features of the Dravidian verb is the existence of a separate negative conjugation.
It proceeded from a hideous worship of monstrous Dravidian divinities.Needlework As Art|Marian Alford
British Dictionary definitions for dravidian
Word Origin and History for dravidian
1856, "pertaining to the race in southern India or the languages spoken by them," from Sanskrit Dravidah, name of a region in southern India, + -ian.