TAMIL WORDS IN ENGLISH – PART 3 (Post No.8822)

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Post No. 8822

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ஆங்கில மொழியில் ஆயிரம் தமிழ் சொற்கள்– part 3

More and more evidence are coming through the list of ‘TAMIL WORDS IN ENGLISH’ to support my pet theory that ‘Indian language’ is the mother of all languages in the world. Indian language consists words from TAMIL AND SANSKRIT languages.  Both came from same source. It shows that a language can branch out in two ways. Even linguists agree the branching out of SATAM (100) AND CENTUM(100) languages. Tamil and Sanskrit are closer than any two languages in the world. The language map of the world is NOT drawn to scale. When the Periodic Tablewas drawn by the Russian chemist Dmitri Mendeleev and Theory of Evolution Tree was drawn by Charles Darwin they did it scientifically. But Family of Languages map is NOT drawn to scales. All encyclopaedias mislead the world. Yesterday’s languages without literature and grammar and script is given top positions and Sanskrit, the oldest language with the oldest book and the oldest grammar book is at the bottom. They should have at least written, ‘it is not done to scale’ (Chronologically).

Old linguists took one word from unknown scriptless, grammarless, literatureless, rootless languages and compared it with the oldest language Sanskrit. For Sanskrit, we have archaeological evidence from at least 1500 BCE  in the form of Mitannian names, Bogazkhoi clay tablet inscription of Turkey and  Dasaratha letters of Egypt. Thank God all these are available in encyclopaedias, but English writers hid all these evidences from Indian History books.

So please ignore all the Family of Languages Maps or diagrams and redraw it chronologically. But you can have good laugh by reading the books of Caldwell gangs and Max Muller gangs. Best jokes are available in

Bow – wow theory

Kluck- kluck theory

Pooh- pooh theory

Ding- dong theory

Onomatopoeic theory of very famous half baked oldies.

And it doesn’t stop there. Even the classification and chronological order  of ‘Isolating languages, Agglutinative languages and Inflexional languages are wrong. When you look at 750 +++++ New Guinean languages and 200 ++++Australian aborigine’s languages you can laugh and laugh at those oldies. In my recent article on ‘barking of the dogs’ I have shown dogs bark with different sounds in different parts of the world!! Crows and cocks make different sounds as well!!

Last but not the least, William Jones misled the entire world by citing Matha=Mother, Pita=Father, Bratha=Brother, Hora= Hour etc and made us to believe that Aryans came from outside. All the quotes are later than Sanskrit Vedas. Lakhs of words in Sanskrit are missing in the western languages. All words regarding Yaga Yajna, and education are not found in European languages. Very important words like Guru, Manava/student, Vyakarana/grammar are not seen in their languages, because they were uncivilised, uneducated, illiterate , nomadic, barbarians at the time. Only upto number ten of Sanskrit will be found in their languages. Their bird brains couldn’t digest more than that.  If anyone compares the languages in chronological order they will agree with me.

In short, when you compare two languages see whether they have scripts, literature, and grammar books, otherwise reject all the theories. Arrange them chronologically and compare them. Nothing can come nearer to Rig Veda and its Pratisakhyas, oldest grammar in the world. Several hundreds year later came Homer’s Illiad and Odyssey. Just hundred years before that came FEW chapters of the Old Testament of Bible. Here and there we find some Persian and Chinese stuff. Latin and Tamil came very late (literature wise).

Now let me continue with my Third Part :–

‘C’ is the most misleading letter. It has the sound value of ‘ch’ and ‘kh’ as in Charles and Character. And it has also the value of ‘Q’. Because of this Chaturth, ¼ ,is written as Quarter. ‘Q spelt words’ are very misleading.

Please remember that Tamil Grammarian banned all ‘Cha,Sa’ beginning words. No sibilant is available in Tamil.

Also note that French used ‘C’ for ‘K’. Tamil town Kadalur (koodalur) has the spelling of Cuddalore even today because of the French rule.

C List:–

C.1. Conch – Sangu ; சங்கு it  is a Sanskrit word Sankha, commonly used in Tamil.

C.2. Cord – Saradu, Kodi , கொடி, சரடு,

C.3. Cowrie – Sozi (Soli) சோழி

C.4. Chiro / Cheir (Greek) – Kai/hand, it is also cognate to Kara/hand in Sanskrit, கை , கரம்,

C.5. Crime ,Critic ,Criticise – Kutram / Kurai sollu குற்றம், குறை சொல்லு

C .6. Camphor – Karpuura ; கற்பூரம், Sanskrit as well; see how the letters interchange in English ; ‘m’ is lost; r goes into middle

C.7. Congress , Committee – Sangam, Samiti; க/சமிட்டி , கா/ஸங்க்ரஸ் = சங்கம் both are Sanskrit words; but Tamils boast that they had Three Sangams to foster their language for 10,000 years. So the word SANGAM, banned by Tolkappiyan, is vital for Tamils!!

C.8.Ceres, Goddess – this branched out into Seer/Serivu/ sirappu (Wealth and Prosperity) செரீஸ் – சீர் , செறிவு, சிறப்பு, ஸ்ரீ , ஸர் பட்டம் (பிரிட்டனில்) in Tamil and Sri in Sanskrit ; that gave birth to ‘Sir title’ in English and ‘Thiru/Mr’. in Tamil (T=S; you can see it in all English words with TION=SION) திரு; டியன்=ஷன்

C .9.Crest – Ketu in Sanskrit , Koti in Tamil கேது/கொடி ,

C.10. Conspicuous – Kaanpikka; Kannil patum காண்பிக்க, கண்ணில் படும்,

C.11. Coiffure – Sowry, soli சவுரி ,சோலி ,

C.12 . Chaff -Saavi (in paddy) சாவி

C 13. Copper – Cuprum  in Latin, Seppu in Tamil செப்பு 

C 14. Collar – Kazuthu (Kaluththu)/neck; Kanda in Sanskrit கழுத்து

C 15. Crore – Koti; though a Sanskrit word used in Old Tamil (Tamils use only Sanskrit names for big numbers which is in Taittiriya Samhita; oldest mega numbers in the world) கோடி

C 16. Chit – Seettu, Chittai ஸீட்டு சிட்டை 

C 17 – Cheroot – Suruttu/Cigar; சுருட்டு it may sound like a modern word; but it is an old verb Suruttu- Roll (to make a cigar)

C 18. – Cauldron – Kalam, Kalayam கலம் /கலசம்/கலயம், கங்காளம் (In Sanskrit Kalasam); also Kangaalam

C 19. Chowder – Kutam (pot, vessel) குடம்

C 20. Cal – Kal/stone with which they calculated in olden days ‘கல்’ வைத்து கணக்கிடு

C 21. ‘Cal’culate – ‘Kal’- culate/count with the help of stones கல் வைத்து கணக்கிடு

C 22. Compute / Count – see the root above ‘Kal’ கல் வைத்து கணக்கிடு

C 23. Cunnus – Sunni/ Penis, Male genital organ சுண்ணி

C 24. Cunt – Kundi/ anus குண்டி (in European it means the other side)

C .25 Cash – Kaasu (coin, currency); காசு, /பணம்=கார்ஷ பண

 is from Sanskrit Karsha pana; used in old Sangam Tamil

C 26.Clay – Kali (man), kalimpu/paste like clayகளி , களிம்பு

C 27. Cotta – Sutta/ burnt ; சுட்ட தரை, சுடு மண் சிற்பம் in Terra Cotta it is Tharai Sutta / burnt sand in reverse order

C .28. Car/ Charred – Karuppu, Kari (burnt to blackness) கரி, கரி ஆக்கு

C 29.  Curry – Kary (in food) கறி ,

C .30. Copra – Kopparai (dry coconut) , கொப்பரை

C 31. Coir – Kayiru (as well Saradu; see Cord above) கயிறு, க/சரடு

C 32. Choultry – Chattiram ( traveller’s inn, free loges on roadside) சத்திரம்

C 32 . Colon – Kutal; Kuzal/pipe like, குழல், குழாய்

tube like organ ; Kuzaai= tap as in water tap

C.33. Cock – குக்குட கொக்கரக்கோ Kukkuda in Sanskrit but when it comes to its sound it ‘Kokkara Kokkara Ko’ (‘Cock’ ara, ‘’Cock ara Co)

In English Cock-a- doodle- do; So it branched out into Kukkuda- Kokkara.

C .34. Carp/ Core – Karu in Tamil; it means Foetus, Carp/fruit; in Sanskrit ‘Garba’ கரு

C .35. Cuckoo/ Kuyil – Koel/ Kokila in Sanskrit குயில், கோயல், கோகில

C .36. Correct – Sari ( right, yes, accurate) க/சரி

C is a long list …………………….more tomorrow

To be continued……….

tags — ஆங்கில மொழி, தமிழ் , Tamil words-3, in English

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