Some tamil words in world languages

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  1. F.S.Gandhi vandayar said:

    Some tamil words in world languages

    There are enough proofs that all world Languages originated from single language.

    New words and sounds were produced. New languages were formed. We cannot find out the root of all words existing in all languages.

    But we can detect some words of old in nature resemble particularly in all world old classical languages. We can see some of them in this thread.

    Tamil - Mirial/milagu Sanskrit- Miricha

    Tamil- muthu Sanskrit-muktha

    Tamil-aelam Sanskrit-aelam

    Tamil-aruvi, Sanskrit-ru/su, Latin-riv-as, English-river, Greek-ruyo

    Tamil- alai , Armenian- Alik, Finnish- Allok, Arabic-alija

    Tamil-avvai Latin-av-as, Hebrew-eve

    Tamil-Aavi Greek-avo

    Tamil-erumbu Latin-oiyus, English-iron German-eyarn

    Saksan-iyaring, Spanish- eran, Armenian-yarkath

    Tamil-eenu English-yean


    Tamil- Aar, Latin- aro, Greek-Arogna Lithuvanian-aru

    Tamil- Kaan, sanskrit-kna Latin-Know, English- canon, Greek- knony, German - ksun Kothik- kun-an

    Tamil-Kone, Mangolean- Kaan Ostiyak- Kone

    Tamil-Koll, russian-kolyu English-kill

    Tamil-sudu,sudar, Persian- sud-an, Kurdish- soduge-an

    Tamil-nei/neithal, sanskrit- na, Latin-neyo, Greek- nekna, Germanian- na-en

    Tamil-pala,palgu, finnish-polyo Manchi- fulu, Greek- polu, German- filu, Latin-plus

    Tamil-thogu,thogai Italian-thoogi

    Tamil-thigiri hebrew-thigris

    Tamil-Oorppurathi Hebrew- Youpratis

    Tamil-ethen Hebrew- eden(garden)

    Tamil-Yongodu Sumeria- yengidu

    Tamil-kai, Hebrew-coin

    Tamil-Aayar- Hebrew- Aabel(Aabraham)

    Tamil-nadu,naduthal, Hebrew- Knaft(english also)

    Tamil-suvar, Hebrew- Shoe

    Tamil- Thirayar, Greek-Thiriyar

    Tamil-akka, ukraniean-yakkan

    Tamil-Annai, Finland- Anya

    Tamil-Appa, Finland-appi Hangary- eppa

    Tamil- Aaththal, Finland-aththa

    Tamil-Aam, Laffish- Aam

    Tamil-Kel Finland- kulan

    Tamil- maram Laffish- mar

    (will be continued later on)

    f.s.gandhi
    "Kal thonri man thontra kalathay mun thonri mootha kudi"- a second century literature- means when before stone became sand in earth the tamil tribes were formulated
     
  2. F.S.Gandhi vandayar said:

    Some tamil words

    Dr. R. Mathivanan deciphered the sindhy valley script and found hundreds of words of tamil. He came to the conclusion that the script is ancient tamil script.

    Some of the words are

    Avvan, Yanan, aranan, sanan, anthan,panan,enappan,kavachan,
    kalaiyan etc.

    He peculiarly noticed the words of gender difference.

    thangan(thangai), nangan(nangai), avvan(avvai), Kannagan(kannagi)

    The tamil words (sindhy valley)

    saman,thaman,thathan,saththan,nanthan,Eethan, arayan,arasan,
    oman,man,manan,Kovan etc. are

    now in north paly languages as

    samanlal,thaman(sindhi), sunilTHATH,Seit(shetty),nandalal, Eththan(sindhi), rai or rao, raj or raja, oman(malayalam),man, govindhu or gopi respectively.

    f.s.gandhi
    "Kal thonri man thontra kalathay mun thonri mootha kudi"- a second century literature- means when before stone became sand in earth the tamil tribes were formulated
     
  3. RR's Avatar

    RR said:
    Though I'm not sure which is the original, I have been curious of the words

    (samarththu) - smart
    ̽ (arakka guNam) - arrogant


    * Edited to add Transliteration *
     
  4. F.S.Gandhi vandayar said:

    SOME WORDS

    Dear RR,

    Kindly use English font of your words to make me understand what you said since my computer doesn't have tamil version.

    f.s.gandhi
    "Kal thonri man thontra kalathay mun thonri mootha kudi"- a second century literature- means when before stone became sand in earth the tamil tribes were formulated
     
  5. F.S.Gandhi vandayar said:

    Some words

    Dear RR,

    I don't know exacty what is the intension behind your curiosity regarding the words samarthu and arakka kunam.

    Anyway let us know the roots. They are tamil words only.

    samarthu= sam+ar+thu

    Sam is the root word which I specified in the thread 'clarification', was um-am-sam and means 'ontru seruthal'.

    sammanthi- 'ontru seruthal'-mingling of two parents.

    samam- equality(mingling of two persons)

    Note sama panthi- samathuvam etc.

    samar-pore-battle of two persons of equal power

    Likewise when an extraordinary behaviour mingles with one person with equal foot, that is called SAMARTHU.

    samarthiasali is from the same root.

    ARAKKA KUNAM- Kunam every body knows.

    Arakkam-root is 'aram' (small ra in tamil alphabet) ; means red.

    Arabia,the word, formed from this root. Arabian people are reddish.

    When any person turns red he becomes angry and fights with others without considering the outcome.

    All foolish fighters are having 'arakka kunam'

    Mars a planet for no. 9 people in nemerology is having red in colour.

    All over the world red is considered as fighting tendency.

    f.s.gandhi
    "Kal thonri man thontra kalathay mun thonri mootha kudi"- a second century literature- means when before stone became sand in earth the tamil tribes were formulated
     
  6. F.S.Gandhi vandayar said:

    Some words

    (continuation)


    Tamil-payaru
    malayalam- payar
    kannada- Pesar
    Telugu- Pesara

    Greek- Fesayalas

    Tamil- From 'el','nei' is taken. So Ennai.
    Malayalam-El
    Telugu-Enma

    Greek- elaya

    Tamil-kuthurai
    Kannada-kudura
    Telugh-Kurramu

    Greek-katairas

    Tamil-piti-Old name for elephant
    Asirian and Babylon- Pieru
    Arabic-feel
    Parsian-Pieru
    sanskrit-Feelu
    "Kal thonri man thontra kalathay mun thonri mootha kudi"- a second century literature- means when before stone became sand in earth the tamil tribes were formulated
     
  7. RR's Avatar

    RR said:
    Thanks for the explanation. Interesting to know that.
     
  8. ramraghav said:
    Ever noticed, words we use everyday.........

    1. vettri (Tamil) --> victory (English)
    2. arisi --> rice
    3. parisu --> prize
    4. idhara --> other
    5. sarkkarai --> sugar --> sucre (French)
     
  9. F.S.Gandhi vandayar said:

    Some tamil...

    (continuation)

    Tamil-Pa, pathi
    Sanskrit- pathi,pithir,pithru,pitthar
    Greek-pathir
    Latin-paththar
    Kothik-Fadar

    Tamil-pa
    English-paw(hand)

    Tamil- pathukavar English- Father

    Tamil-pai,pasai,pasu Sanskrit - pas Latin-pekas Kothik- paizu
    German-payag

    Tamil-param Sanskrit - parththa,parya,Prathar

    tamil-thui Sanskrit-thugi

    Fortune god in english and French

    Tamil- parthi udayath thaivam - fortune hu-ju-se die e-e

    f.s.gandhi
    "Kal thonri man thontra kalathay mun thonri mootha kudi"- a second century literature- means when before stone became sand in earth the tamil tribes were formulated
     
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    Badri said:
    When they said kal thondri mann thonra kaalathu mun thonRiya mozhi, they were not joking pa.

    Thanks Gandhi Vandyar for the loads of info you are giving us.

    I happened to read some articles written by the Paramacharya of Kanchi - Sri Chandrasekharendra Saraswati Swamigal. He too was a linguist of high order and derived great joy in tracing words and their roots. He too traces many words back to Tamil and says how old the language is.
    When we stop labouring under the delusion of our cosmic self-importance, we are free of hindrance, fear, worry and attachment. We are liberated!!!