[Tel.] v. a. To tie, bind. bandhincu. To wear, as clothes. dharincu. To connect, affix, attach. To store up, to lay by. kudabettu. “ka mun kattina karmaphalambulu nettana bhogimpakunda nerturepamanujul.” bhara. adi. v. To build, erect, nirmincu. To fascinate, charm, bewitch. To fabricate, compose, or put a story together. kalpincu. kattukatha a mere fiction or fable. To impute a sin or offence. daniki rankukattiri they charged her with adultery. tappukattu to find fault with, to lay blame on neramu mopu. nadumukattu to gird up the loins or be prepared.kanukattuvidya jugglery, legerdemain. totaku nillukattu to water a garden. gayamukattu to dress a wound. bandikattu to get ready a carriage. kattikattu to put on one’s sword or arm oneself.rukalukattu to pay money. maggamulaku pannu kattinaru they fixed a tax on looms. niluvakattu to strike a balance. dharakattu to set a price. padyamukattu to compose a verse. odaku capakattu to set sail. vakattu strike dumb by spells, &c. i matanu kattividicinaru they fabricated this story or scandal. dovakattu to stop up the road. dovakatti docinaru they lay in ambuscade and plundered the way farers. kadupukattu to restrain the appetite. kattani (neg. p) Unbuilt or unbound. kattani kallukota a rock fortress not built with hands. kattanigudu (P. i. 545.) a natural nest, not constructed.