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N. B. The orthography of the words in the Southern dialects is according to Sir William Jones' system, now generally employed by all Oriental scholars. The Tamil 49 is represented according to Ellis, by zh.

Head, Tulla, Tála,

Tálé,
Forehead, Kuppar,
Eyebrows, Kunkunda, Kanubóma,
Eyes,

Kunk, Kannu, Kán,
Nose, Mussair,

Múckú,

Mucku,
Ears, Kohis,

Kadu,
Mouth, Tudbi,
Teeth,
Pulk, Pallu,

Pallu,
Throat, Gunga, Gontu,
Armpit, Kauku,
Stomach,
Pir,

Potta,
Entrails,

Puddu, Pegu,
Back,
Murchur,

Mudugu,
Kal,

go Kal,
A boy,
Perga,

Payyan,
A girl, Pergi,

Pilla,
Firewood, Kuttia, Katte, Katti,
Salt, Sowur, Choudu,
Oil,
Ni,
Nune,

Ennie,
Palu, vul-

Palu,
Milk, Pal,

ditto, Butter, Nemi,

Venna,

Venne, Bullock, Koda, Kode, Kedari,

Feet,

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generally used in the
interior as a substi-
tute, is called Sowla.

# A young bullock of 3 years old.

Female buffalo.

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Er.
Codubi.

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Kodu, Horns, Kor, Kommu,

Kombu,
Buffalo, Urmie, Enumu, Erimi, Emmi,

Godhuma, Godhumulu Godhumbe, Godhi, Gahu,
Wheat,

Hittu,
Pindi, Pindi,

Pittha,

Pittu (A.C.)
Water,
Nillu,

Nír,

Kudi,root Kudi, root.
To drink, Udana,

Kudicra- Kudiyona,

inf.
Bring water, Ertera, Nillu-te,

Nir-ta,
To bathe, Erkiana,

Eruko,
To Eat,
Tindara, Tinu, Tinnu,

Tinru,
Male buffalo Urmi, Enapotu,

Erumi cada, Cóna,

Backra,
He-goat, Buckral,
A dog, Naie,

Nai, Nai,
Bhongal,

Bekku, Boka,
Bokal,
A she-cat, Bilal, Pilli,

Ulli,
Mice,

Eluka,
Eli,

Ili,
Fowl,
Kur,

Kodi, Kozhi,* Koli,
Fish,
Mink,
Mínu, Mín,

Mínu,
A tiger, Pullial, Puli, Puli,

Puli or Huli,
Come here, Hicka warru Ickada Ra, Inge-va, Ickada-yé,
Stop,

Udda, Undu,
Sit down, Ud chíhun, Kurcho, Utkar,
Go on, Dut, Datu,

Datu,Ť
Go,
Hun,

Hogu,
To run,
Wittána,

Nagu, root.
To laugh, Kowana,

Nacku,pre

sent part. To dance, Yendana,

Adu, Adu, Ada, adona, Urtana, To weep,

Alukuradu, | Alu,

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I Wodóna, “ run.
ing,” the verbal noun.

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Seven, | Era,

|Edu,

Ezhu, Pudth,

Padi, Ten,

Pattu, Twenty, Visa,

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Fifty,

Pannas,
Hundred,
Nur,
Nuru,

Nuru,
A Horse, Kora,

Kudera,
A Man, Manda,

Manushi,
A field, Nele, Nela,

Nelam,
A she-goat, Buckral,
A Boar, Puddhi, Pandi, Panni,
Nak or

Nan,
I,
My, Nowa,

Na,
Me,

Nakum, Nannu,
Emma,

Un,
Thy,

Newa, Ni,
He,

Awan,
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Wadu,

Wani, Awanna,
His,

Wanna,
Wunk,

Wanni,
Him,

Awanei,
Wunk sun, Wani cheta,
By him,
We,
Wak, Memu,

Nam,
Our,
Woman,

Ma,
You,
Mekum,

Miru,
They,

Waru,
Their,
Wurran,

Wari,
Them,
Warran,

Warini,
By them, Warransum, Wari cheta,
She or it, hud, Adi,

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Nanna,
Nanna,
Ninu,
Ninna,
Awan,
Awar,
Awanna,
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Namma,

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Wurg,

Adu,

The following words are taken from the Ten Commandments and the song of Sand Sumjee.

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