from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A Dravidian language spoken in the state of Kerala on the Malabar Coast of southwest India.
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- proper n. A Dravidian language spoken in the states of Kerala and Lakshadweep, India.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- proper n. The name given to one the cultivated Dravidian languages, closely related to the Tamil.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The language of Malabar, in southwestern India: it is a Dravidian dialect.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a Dravidian language (closely related to Tamil) that is spoken in southwestern India
The Literary Association of North America (LANA) is an association of writers who write in Malayalam, the language of Kerala, the state with 100% literacy in India.
Movies in Hindi, Malayalam, German, French and other languages are available not only within a particular geography, but across the network on all flights.
May be Malayalam is nasal so I didn't figure out and am blank about Tamil.
Just so you know, the capital L sound is found in Malayalam and Tamil as well.
The next V vegetable is the okra, called Vendakka in Malayalam, the language of Kerala, and Vendakai in Tamil, the language of Tamil Nadu.
Ulli is shallot in Malayalam, the language of the Indian state of Kerala.
It was green all around and there were small patches of ginger, numerous okra plants, long beans called ‘achinga’ in Malayalam and so many things to see and enjoy.
And when that happens you end up with a $ 65 snakegourd (known as padavalanga in Malayalam).
The Masses are conducted in Malayalam, the native language.
A bright student from his school days itself, Mr. Mathai turned a lawyer and was a fire brand speaker in English, Malayalam, Tamil, and Sanskrit which was invariably directed against the British.
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