TAMIL WORDS IN ENGLISH – PART 15 (Post No.8873)

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Post No. 8873

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தமிழில் ஆயிரம் ஆங்கிலச் சொற்கள் – Part 15

Words beginning with – K

K.1.Kayak/ Eskimo word- kalam, marak kalam, காயக் , கலம்/படகு  , மரக்கலம்

K.2.Kill – koll,  கொல் , கொல்லு

K.3.Kidnap – kadaththu கடத்து

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K.4. Kylix/ Greek wine cup- kalam, por kalam = golden wine cup in Sangam Literature, mat kalam = mud cup. Chalice in English கலம் , பொற்கலம் , மட்கலம், ம்ருத் /சம்ஸ்க்ருதம் = மண், மட் /ஆங்கிலம் =மண்

Mud = mrd = Mann = soil, sand, clay

Mann is tamil, mrd is Sanskrit, mud is English

This explodes language family theories

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K.5. Komes- Comet, Dhuma is Sanskrit, Dhumaketu is comet in Sanskrit, romam is Sanskrit for hair, Lomam is hair in Sanskrit , mayir is hair in Tamil, so komes is mayir and dhumaமயிர், தூமகேது , கோமஸ் , காமெட்; ரோமம் = லோமம் = மயிர்

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K.6. Ken/ prspective = kan for eye, kannottam is perspective outlook,

K.7. K/nit = ney/weaveகண்.நோட்டம் ,

நிட் , நெய் , நெய்த் (எகிப்திய நெசவாளர் தேவதை)

Egyptian god for weaving is Neith.

This shows the root Sanskrit word branched out into knit in European and ney in Tamil and Egyptian

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K.8. King- Kon in Tamil Literature, Khan in Middle East, கோன் , கான் (முஸ்லீம் மன்னர்கள்)

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K.9. Klepto/clepto mania- Greek word clepto explodes all indo European language theories, it changes into kalavu in Ancient Tamil, steal in English, also theftகளவு, திருட்டு

Theft becomes Thiruttu in Tamil

It shows two Tamil words kalavu and thiruttu in all languages of the ancient world.

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There are over 30 Greek words in ancient Tamils. Half baked Tamil scholars of Tamil Nadu wrote Yavanika/ theatre curtain and hora/hour are Greek words and pages of research articles. Those fellows didn’t know over 30 pre Alexandrian Greek words are in Tamil. So invented fancy theories. யவனிகா/திரைச் சீலை , ஓரை =  மணி

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K.10. Kindle- kindu கிண்டு

K.11. Kid, Kindergarten- kuzandai, kulandai, குழந்தை

K.12. Kitchen- kichadi, a food variety, ?? கிச்சடி

K.13. Kot is the suffix of several North Indian towns, it means Kottai= fort

Kot becomes Chester in England, கோட்டை, கோட் , செஸ்டர்

K.14.Kit-Kithan கித்தான்,

K.15. Kinnor – biblical musical instrument, came from Knnara, heavenly musicians in Hindu mythology கின்னர்- கின்னர-  கோட்டு வாத்தியம் , கிதார், சிதார்

Kithara- Greek musical instrument, gave birth to words like Guitar, Sitar and Gottu Vadhyam in Tamil

When a word is found in Greek it would be considered closely related to Sanskrit. Here we see it tamil, English, Greek, Hebrew etc

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K.16. Kibbutz in Israel is cooperative living, Kuuttu, co opt are cognates கிப்புட்ஸ்,

Kuuttu is Tamil for Copt, add, sweep and gather கூட்டு

K.17. Korf in Dutch is basket —kuudai in Tamil is basket; கூடை  

Extended meaning- kuurai means thatched roof, both use same materials in India, கூரை

K.18. Karena ppuch- kan puuchu means eye application, mascara, collyrium

, it also means karu ney puchu meaning Black oily stuff கண் மை , கண் பூச்சு

K.19.Kernel- karu nel or Kuru nel கரு -நெல், குறு நெல், நெல்லின் கரு, குருத்து

K.20.Khepresh In Egyptian is Crown, kreeta in Sanskrit. கிரீட

In ancient Egypt we see both Tamil and Sanskrit words. That shows migration and civilisation started from India and went outwards..

Kali, Kaali, kari, Kaari, Karu, karuppu = Black; all these are cognate words of Krishna. Which means black skinned

Krishna gave birth to karu, kaali on one side and gave birth to Carbon, charred on the other side  , கரி, காரி, காளி , கலி  = கருப்பு= கிருஷ்ண

Since K and C have same phonetic value in European languages, I have repeated some C words.

எகிப்திய, கிரேக்க, ஆங்கில, தமிழ், சம்ஸ்க்ருத சொற்களில் ஒரே பொருள் வருவதால் பழைய மொழிக் கொள்கைகள் தவிடுபொடியாகின்றன.

TAGS – TAMIL WORDS-15

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