Tamil vs Kannada. Which one is the ol...
Naveen kumar

Ashburn, VA

#992 Aug 19, 2014
Telugu is the proto- which gave birth to tamil.
Naveen kumar

San Mateo, CA

#993 Aug 19, 2014
Ka,ca,ta,tha,pa
Ga,sa,da,dha,va,

ga,sa,da,dha,va
are the asphirated sounds for ka,ca,ta,tha,pa.
Naveen kumar

San Mateo, CA

#994 Aug 19, 2014
Malay language was formed upto 14th century during this time it influenced that words from the pallava(telugus) and choda(telugu)(sozha in tamil) rule. iam listing some similar words in Telugu and Tamil from malay. 1st word Telugu 2nd wordTamil.(Acharya-Aciriyar) dnt have cha in tamil they used ci .
Aksharam-Aksaram, dont have sha used sa.
Aghamam-akamam, no gha in tamil usd ka
Ambalam-ampalam, in tamil there is no ba used pa in place of ba.
Akasham-akacam, dey dnt have sha used ca.
Bhumi-pumi, dont have bha/bhu usd pu.
Chakram-cakkaram, dont have cha used ca.
Chaturangam-Caturakam dont have cha&ga used ca&ka.
Dhandana-tanta, they dont have dha&da used ta.
Dharmam-tarmam, dont have dha usd ta.
Dhesham-tecam,dont have dha & sha used ta/te&ca.
Dhirgayusshu-Tirkkayussu, dont have dha,dhi,ga,sha/shu, they used ti,ka,su.
Gajam-kajam, dey dnt have ga used ka.
Sthri-istiri, dont have stha/sthi dey usd ti.
Loham-lokam, dont have ha used ka.
Mamidipalam-mampalam, they dnt have da/di.......
shyam

Chennai, India

#997 Aug 19, 2014
No Naveen.... On d above statement u r mispronounicg lot of words in Tamil...

Ok I thought u r intelligent guy and today mng I expected ur answers here for the questions I asked yesterday but I have no atleast one here..

So now u say Tamil dnt have d asphirated sounds of ka sa ta pa
Dont worry Tamil does and the fact is u dnt know.
So raise a question doest it have?? And don't conclude urself dat it doesn't ok!!
Naveen kumar

Ashburn, VA

#998 Aug 19, 2014
These r Tamil and malay words, check the pronounciation of Tamil words here. And all those similar words in malay and tamil are of telugu and sanskrit origin.
http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Appendix:Malay_...
Naveen kumar

Ashburn, VA

#999 Aug 19, 2014
Naveen kumar wrote:
These r Tamil and malay words, check the pronounciation of Tamil words here. And all those similar words in malay and tamil are of telugu and sanskrit origin.
http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Appendix:Malay_...
Malay language was formed upto 14th century during this time it influenced that words from the pallava(telugus) and choda(telugu)(sozha in tamil) rule. iam listing some similar words in Telugu and Tamil from this link. 1st word Telugu 2nd wordTamil.(Acharya-Aciriyar) dnt have cha in tamil they used ci .
Aksharam-Aksaram, dont have sha used sa.
Aghamam-akamam, no gha in tamil usd ka
Ambalam-ampalam, in tamil there is no ba used pa in place of ba.
Akasham-akacam, dey dnt have sha used ca.
Bhumi-pumi, dont have bha/bhu usd pu.
Chakram-cakkaram, dont have cha used ca.
Chaturangam-Caturakam dont have cha&ga used ca&ka.
Dhandana-tanta, they dont have dha&da used ta.
Dharmam-tarmam, dont have dha usd ta.
Dhesham-tecam,dont have dha & sha used ta/te&ca.
Dhirgayusshu-Tirkkayussu, dont have dha,dhi,ga,sha/shu, they used ti,ka,su.
Gajam-kajam, dey dnt have ga used ka.
Sthri-istiri, dont have stha/sthi dey usd ti.
Loham-lokam, dont have ha used ka.
Mamidipalam-mampalam, they dnt have da/di....... Remaining words in that link are also telugu and few from sanskrit origin.
shyam

Chennai, India

#1000 Aug 19, 2014
Naveen kumar wrote:
Malay language was formed upto 14th century during this time it influenced that words from the pallava(telugus) and choda(telugu)(sozha in tamil) rule. iam listing some similar words in Telugu and Tamil from malay. 1st word Telugu 2nd wordTamil.(Acharya-Aciriyar) dnt have cha in tamil they used ci .
Aksharam-Aksaram, dont have sha used sa.
Aghamam-akamam, no gha in tamil usd ka
Ambalam-ampalam, in tamil there is no ba used pa in place of ba.
Akasham-akacam, dey dnt have sha used ca.
Bhumi-pumi, dont have bha/bhu usd pu.
Chakram-cakkaram, dont have cha used ca.
Chaturangam-Caturakam dont have cha&ga used ca&ka.
Dhandana-tanta, they dont have dha&da used ta.
Dharmam-tarmam, dont have dha usd ta.
Dhesham-tecam,dont have dha & sha used ta/te&ca.
Dhirgayusshu-Tirkkayussu, dont have dha,dhi,ga,sha/shu, they used ti,ka,su.
Gajam-kajam, dey dnt have ga used ka.
Sthri-istiri, dont have stha/sthi dey usd ti.
Loham-lokam, dont have ha used ka.
Mamidipalam-mampalam, they dnt have da/di.......
Actually Mr.Naveen u r making me laugh here,,,
If u don't know how those words pronounced in Tamil better ask...
U r pronouncing Tamil words as u see in English letters like a foreigner..

Its not ur fault,

Ur fault here is ur statement that it is pronounced as it u say in Tamil too which is totally wrong,

Another fault is because u don't know the correct pronunciation of those words u r misspelling as u think through English letters,

And ur intention is to mislead Everyone with ur faulty statements, which is not possible Mr.Naveen..

U know nothing about Tamil alphabets and it's actual sounds and its transformation of sound in words..

Ur perception is totally wrong :) as u have adament thought that Tamil is ugly...

The faulty outcome of ur statement on Tamil is just revealing ur deep hate on Tamil and u r adorning a very bad impression among people here...

Ur perception on Tamil is totally wrong, if u think ugly then every thing u see when u think so will be ugly to u...

Try to be a human first
shyam

Chennai, India

#1001 Aug 19, 2014
Hey look again, u r misunderstanding sounds of actual pronunciation of words through English...

I am not Tamil teacher,,, if u don't know Tamil pronunciations better leave it.. U couldn't understand ok,,,
shyam

Chennai, India

#1002 Aug 19, 2014
Naveen kumar wrote:
<quoted text>
Malay language was formed upto 14th century during this time it influenced that words from the pallava(telugus) and choda(telugu)(sozha in tamil) rule. iam listing some similar words in Telugu and Tamil from this link. 1st word Telugu 2nd wordTamil.(Acharya-Aciriyar) dnt have cha in tamil they used ci .
Aksharam-Aksaram, dont have sha used sa.
Aghamam-akamam, no gha in tamil usd ka
Ambalam-ampalam, in tamil there is no ba used pa in place of ba.
Akasham-akacam, dey dnt have sha used ca.
Bhumi-pumi, dont have bha/bhu usd pu.
Chakram-cakkaram, dont have cha used ca.
Chaturangam-Caturakam dont have cha&ga used ca&ka.
Dhandana-tanta, they dont have dha&da used ta.
Dharmam-tarmam, dont have dha usd ta.
Dhesham-tecam,dont have dha & sha used ta/te&ca.
Dhirgayusshu-Tirkkayussu, dont have dha,dhi,ga,sha/shu, they used ti,ka,su.
Gajam-kajam, dey dnt have ga used ka.
Sthri-istiri, dont have stha/sthi dey usd ti.
Loham-lokam, dont have ha used ka.
Mamidipalam-mampalam, they dnt have da/di....... Remaining words in that link are also telugu and few from sanskrit origin.
Halo Mr. Dont conclude blindly about the origin of words...

Maampazham- posses the letter zha which, it is a Tamil word ok,

Pazham means fruit in Tamil...

Sakkaram is a Tamil word, if u know its etymology
U come say it is not, because I know it's etymology...

Aakacam-wrong it is actually
Aahaayam- this is y I am saying u r misspelling lot of Tamil words with ur own perception and understanding based on English letters
Naveen kumar

Ashburn, VA

#1003 Aug 19, 2014
So tell, what u pronounce those words from that link. Are u calling them tamil words?
shyam

Chennai, India

#1004 Aug 19, 2014
Naveen u cannot understand Tamil by comparing words ...
It is wrong method to judge pronunciations...

Whatever words u find sounds similar u will blindly say it is of Telugu or other language origin and because it Dont have it replaced with this...

It is utter wrong perception, think in d same way why can't I claim in d same way as u do..

Halo enough if u try to mislead people by seeing Tamil through English or other languages u will always fail,

U have to learn d basics of Tamil to understand it right ok,,

If I see Telugu through Tamil the same thing will happen, but I am not fool or not an illetrate to do so.
shyam

Chennai, India

#1005 Aug 20, 2014
Naveen kumar wrote:
So tell, what u pronounce those words from that link. Are u calling them tamil words?
I cannot say it through letters,,,

Hey enough u r killing Tamil sounds with ur wrong perception..

Better find urself a Tamil teacher and ask how to pronounce and wat is d rule behind and y it shud b pronounced so!!!!
Naveen kumar

Ashburn, VA

#1006 Aug 20, 2014
shyam wrote:
Naveen u cannot understand Tamil by comparing words ...
It is wrong method to judge pronunciations...
Whatever words u find sounds similar u will blindly say it is of Telugu or other language origin and because it Dont have it replaced with this...
It is utter wrong perception, think in d same way why can't I claim in d same way as u do..
Halo enough if u try to mislead people by seeing Tamil through English or other languages u will always fail,
U have to learn d basics of Tamil to understand it right ok,,
If I see Telugu through Tamil the same thing will happen, but I am not fool or not an illetrate to do so.
iam not seeing tamil through telugu. Iam seeing through absent of sounds and letters in tamils and also iam seeing through sanskrit,telugu,kannada, indian languages... Small ex; aneka(sanskrit),aneka(tamil). vayu(sanskrit), vayu(tamil) etc... Why these words have same letters and pronounciations in both.
Naveen kumar

Ashburn, VA

#1007 Aug 20, 2014
Mamidipalam(telugu), mampazham(tamil). U dont have da/di, and u uses zha in the place of la. Chakr(sanskrit),chakram(telugu ), Sakkaram(tamil), u dont have cha,kra so u replaced with sa,kkara. Akhasham(telugu),Aahayam(tamil ) u dont have kha,sha letters. so u replaced with haa and ya. Iam talking about sounds not letters. If there are no letters for sound, how sounds were formed?

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons...

Since: May 14

Singapore, Singapore

#1008 Aug 20, 2014
Naveen kumar wrote:
Ka,ca,ta,tha,pa
Ga,sa,da,dha,va,
ga,sa,da,dha,va
are the asphirated sounds for ka,ca,ta,tha,pa.
Are you sure??

Pa aspirated to become va??? or ba???

Since: May 14

Singapore, Singapore

#1009 Aug 20, 2014
Hey Shyam , since when you became soft with him?? This guy don't have IQ up to the mark to learn linguistics.. He is never an art person..

Hey Naveen, you clearly need a teach to teach you the Tamil consonants or any audio from a standard Tamil teacher on Tamil pronunciations..

Till then you keep reading and learning Telugu. You are not even strong in it, now coming and talking about Tamil..
Naveen kumar

Ashburn, VA

#1010 Aug 20, 2014
Why there is similarity between grantha and tamil letters? grantha have all letters but Tamil lacking those why? Bcoz grantha born from pallava telugu script. Grantha were used by anti tamils. The reason is tamil script born from grantha. Telugu is the proto for south.

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons...
Naveen kumar

Ashburn, VA

#1011 Aug 20, 2014
Neelakaran wrote:
<quoted text>
Are you sure??
Pa aspirated to become va??? or ba???
ga,(ja/sa),da,dha,(ba/va).

Since: May 14

Singapore, Singapore

#1012 Aug 20, 2014
Naveen kumar wrote:
Why there is similarity between grantha and tamil letters? grantha have all letters but Tamil lacking those why? Bcoz grantha born from pallava telugu script. Grantha were used by anti tamils. The reason is tamil script born from grantha. Telugu is the proto for south.
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons...
COme on!!

The first letter 'ka' itself do not look like Telugu 'ka'... The telugu Ka looks like english S.. and you say that Grantha script is born from Telugu script??

Even then it doesn't mean that the languages are born from Telugu. Because a language is different from Script. The languages are verbal forms and we can use any script to represent it.. Like I write >>Telugu<< in Roman script here...

Since: May 14

Singapore, Singapore

#1013 Aug 20, 2014
You don't know even the basic difference between a Language and a Script..

You are thinking that a language is the script!!!

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