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Etymology_of_the_Sanskrit_words_Denoting_Anus

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Etymology of the Sanskrit words Denoting Anus
 In Tamil, the words denoting anus are formulated on the reason that the limb is like cleavageof buttocks [splitted portion of buttocks] or it is like a hole. The anus is the external opening of the rectum that is the last part of the gastrointestinal tract. It is situated in the posterior aspectof the perineal area between the coccyx and the pubic symphysis.        
˜ƒ
sul  (to move, remove, to go out, to burst out)
-
>
™ƒ
¹(
´)-ƒ
cūl- , 1. To scoop, digout, pierce;
zžƒ. ¤u”™} y} z“ (œ
, 44). 2. Tocut off;
²{ƒ. (
J.) 
 
™ƒ
¹(
´)-ƒ
cūl->
™²
ṟ 
u
-
>
™ƒ
ṟ 
al ,
n
.
 
Scooping, digging out;
zž. (Žu.).
 Digging out is nothing but removal of soil like material from surface, which creates pit or hollow in the surface. 
™ƒ
¹(
´)-ƒ
cūl->
™²
ṟ 
u->
 
™ 
² cū 
ṟ 
ai , n
.
Hollow in the nape of the neck;
¸{} Ž}”.
Žu.).
 
™ƒ
¹(
´)-ƒ
cūl-> Latin cūlus (
genitive
m
, (
) Theanus,arse; theposterior , buttocks
™ƒ
¹(
´)-ƒ
cūl->
™²
² cū
ṟ 
u,
n
. cf.
™{¢.
Anus;
{ ¢.
 
™ƒ
¹(
´)-ƒ
cūl->
™²
² cū
ṟ 
u ->
Megleno-Romanian cur (
,
referring to theanus
™ƒ
¹(
´)-ƒ
cūl->
Italian  culo
m
(
plural 
 culi) (
™ƒ
¹(
´)-ƒ
cūl->
Spanish culo
m
(
plural 
 culos)1.
 
(
,
,
 
(
,
,
)anus Derived terms from Spanish culo
 
culito("little ass", "little butt")
 
 
 
™ƒ
¹(
´)-ƒ
cūl->
™²
² cū
ṟ 
u ->
Aromanian cur (
,
referring to the anus
)ass
™ƒ
¹(
´)-ƒ
cūl->
™²
² cū
ṟ 
u ->
Romanian cur 
n
 (
plural 
 cururi)1.
 
(
,
,
referring to the anus
™ƒ
¹(
´)-ƒ
cūl->
™²
² cū
ṟ 
u -> (
™‚²
 
ṟṟ 
u) ->
™{¢
cūttu,
n
.  [Malayalam.
cūttu 
.]
Vul 
. 1.
Anus;
 
Žƒ.
2. Buttocks, rump;
Ž¯y.
 
™{œtƒ´~v˜ }ƒ (. {.
2). 3. Private parts;
z”
 
™{¢
cūttu -> Sanskrit
ž’
 
¡¢£¤¥¦£ §¨© ¤ ¨  
™{¢
cūttu ->
 
™
cūtam)->
 ¨©!"$&'() ¤ ¥&1'¥ 
 
The anus. 
™{¢
cūttu ->
 
™
cūtam)->
…˜ Q
The anus. 
™{¢
cūttu ->
 
™
cūti) ->
…
 
)¥34¦£ §¨© ¤  
 
 
™{¢
cūttu ->
 
™
cūti) ->  (
™{
cuttiram ) ->
 
Þ˜ Q
 
sīdhram The
anus
(?). 
In Hindi this Tamil word word used to denote female genital organ and also buttock.Hindi
… 
chu:t (
nf 
) the female genital organ,
vagina
.Hindi
…° 
chu:ta
 
…° 
chu:ta
(
nm
) the buttock, rump, bum;
 Similarly in Tamil the word
’ ² 
denoting anus was formed on the analogy of cleavage of buttocks.
 
’ ² 
¹-
ƒ 
6¤ 
, 5 v. [M. pīru.] intr. To be torn;
ƒ. ’ ‚ 
 
z } ” (. ².
33).--tr. 1. To
tear 
, rip, slit;
{ƒ. ƒ”‚ ª|¢‚ 
 
 ’  (. .
189). 2. To lacerate, scratch;
²ƒ.u‚ 
 
’ }.
3. To split;
Ž{ ƒ.
 
’ ²- 
>
’ ² 
² 
6¤ 
, n.1. Rent, tear;
º. (u. .) 
2. Anus;
”.
(J.)
 Again this word also was also borrowed by Hindi to denote
the female genital organ,
vagina
 
’ ² 
² 
6¤ 
 
>
ª² 
 
ṟ 
u ,
n Anus;
” 
 
ª² 
¤ 
>  Hindi 
–š 
 
bur (nf) the female genital organ, vagina.
 Even the word Payu denoting anus in Sanskrit is derived from the Tamil word Payu only.
 
 
€ 
¹-
ƒ 
pāy- , 4 v. intr. [K. pay.] 1. To spring, leap, bound, gallop, prance;
ºƒ.z‚ ~ |¢ (©.
24). 2. To flow, issue or gush out, as blood or stream; to rush down, as a waterfall;
“ « 
 
€v ƒ´ƒ.„“ |¢  (†. ¯ 
, 29). 3. To jump down, as from a hill;
}² ”{ƒ. € }² (œ
, 369). 4. To plunge, dive, as intowater;
“¯z ¬…”ƒ. u~ ª©ƒ €|ž 
¯.
7, 13). 5. Tomove towards, as the needle attracted by a loadstone;
 ƒ´ƒ.
6. To spread, aswater, darkness; to radiate, as light; to extend;
ºƒ. (ƒ. ƒ.
361.) 7. Tosettle or fasten on, as the light, the mind, the imagination;
Ž|¢ œƒ  u €|¢.
8. To attack, spring at, pounce on;
t”ƒ. € .
9. To run, dart, fly, flit across;
Ž|žƒ. ( 
W.) 10. To hurry;
¢¾~žƒ.
11.To be proud, arrogant;
u¾{ƒ.
Loc. 12. To unfold, as a cloth;
œ~© Ž¾ƒ.€|€|  ({.
96). 13. To dance;
•{žƒ.
 
€{ € (¯t.
389). 14. To flee; abscond;
œ~ƒ.
(W.)--tr. 1. To abuse; to

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Thats incredible research! I know from my experience peple used to use the chu word as slang! Thanks for the effort.
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