Tulu Vocabulary

This section is intended to come handy as a quick reference for everyday Tulu vocabulary, and probably for frequent use by the users of this blog. In all of the categories I have tried to include words that are more likely to be encountered in ordinary Tulu dialogues.




4 comments:

  1. I always find tulu a beautiful and musical language. I commend your passion towards the language and efforts made to keep it thriving. Is brahmin tulu very different from mainstream tulu?

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  2. Thank you for commenting. Yes, brahmin tulu is very different from mainstream tulu, but both are mutually intelligible.

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  3. Would be better if y'all also include prepositions and conjunctions

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  4. Hi I wanted to know the term we use for the below relation.. If my cousin had a kid what am to does kids. Does the term matter if my cousins belonged to my aunt(dad/mom sister) or uncle(dad/mom brother) does the relation name vary /change? And does it matter if my uncle or aunt is younger or older than my dad?

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