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In Yoruba it 'BA WO LO WA'
(17:22) Tue, 5 Jan 10
mai theek husmiley) in Hindi
(14:55) Fri, 16 Dec 16
Ca Va?
(15:45) Thu, 15 Dec 16
Como estas? (spanish)
(15:44) Thu, 15 Dec 16
Quote: jacki:
It looks funny smiley

Tamil language, member of the Dravidian language family, spoken primarily in India. It is the official language of the Indian state of Tamil Nadu and the union territory of Puducherry (Pondicherry). It is also an official language in Sri Lanka and Singapore and has significant numbers of speakers in Malaysia, Mauritius, Fiji, and South Africa. In 2004 Tamil was declared a classical language of India, meaning that it met three criteria: its origins are ancient; it has an independent tradition; and it possesses a considerable body of ancient literature. In the early 21st century more than 66 million people were Tamil speakers.

Tamil inscription, 11th century, from the Brihadisvara temple in Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu, India.
Listen: Tamil language: reading of “Sentamil Nadu”
The poem “Sentamil Nadu” read by Ravishankar Balasubramani.
The earliest Tamil writing is attested in inscriptions and potsherds from the 5th century bce. Three periods have been distinguished through analyses of grammatical and lexical changes: Old Tamil (from about 450 bce to 700 ce), Middle Tamil (700–1600), and Modern Tamil (from 1600). The Tamil writing system evolved from the Brahmi script. The shape of the letters changed enormously over time, eventually stabilizing when printing was introduced in the 16th century ce. The major addition to the alphabet was the incorporation of Grantha letters to write unassimilated Sanskrit words, although a few letters with irregular shapes were standardized during the modern period. A script known as Vatteluttu (“Round Script”) is also in common use.

Spoken Tamil has changed substantially over time, including changes in the phonological structure of words. This has created diglossia—a system in which there are distinct differences between colloquial forms of a language and those that are used in formal and written contexts. The major regional variation is between the form spoken in India and that spoken in Jaffna (Sri Lanka), capital of a former Tamil city-state, and its surrounds. Within Tamil Nadu there are phonological differences between the northern, western, and southern speech. Regional varieties of the language intersect with varieties that are based on social class or caste.

Like the other Dravidian languages, Tamil is characterized by a series of retroflex consonants (/ḍ/, /ṇ/, and /ṭ/) made by curling the tip of the tongue back to the roof of the mouth. Structurally, Tamil is a verb-final language that allows flexibility regarding the order of the subject and the object in a sentence. Adjectives and relative, adverbial, and infinitive clauses normally precede the term they modify, while inflections such as those for tense, number, person, and case are indicated with suffixes.
(13:12) Fri, 9 Dec 16
Quote: Robinhood: Tamil (Eppadi erukkingae) emo165#
எப்படி இருக்கீங்க..

It looks funny smiley
(08:51) Fri, 9 Dec 16
Tamil (Eppadi erukkingae) emo165#
எப்படி இருக்கீங்க..
(03:10) Fri, 9 Dec 16
How old are you?
(20:57) Tue, 6 Dec 16
kasy ho?
(16:29) Sun, 8 Dec 13
in italian "COME STAI"
(12:23) Tue, 4 Jan 11
(14:45) Sun, 2 Jan 11
"tum kese ho" in hindi (india)
(11:34) Sun, 2 Jan 11
auk paa barka
(08:46) Sun, 2 Jan 11
Kedu,ba wo
(23:58) Sat, 1 Jan 11
apa kabarmu in indonesia
(15:55) Mon, 6 Dec 10
Hindi hai hum. . (india)
(14:30) Mon, 6 Dec 10