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- n. A person of Tamil ethnicity.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to the Tamils or their language: same as Dravidian. See Tamil. Also Tamul, Tamulic.
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But really, the most useful way for me to learn more about Tamil cuisine has been through all those wonderful blogs that are written by home cooks who are well-versed in Tamilian cuisine.
Well, He doesn't know that being a Tamilian is a disqualification to be in the Indian Team.
But the families opposed this -- Prahalad was a Tamilian and Gayatri Gujarati.
For "Slumdog," Rahman cut electro-Hindi-hop tunes with the help of "Paper Planes" singer/fellow Tamilian M.I.A. to match Danny Boyle'sMumbai-set love story.
Being a Tamilian, I try and blog about our traditional recipes learnt from my mom and grandma.
India is also the birth-place of the mulligatawny soup, a British concoction whose name derives from the Tamilian term for "pepper water".
The first month was Tamilian Cuisine, and here is the appetizing feast of the Tamil round-up.
Here, G V Barve of Add Flavor uses not the turnip itself, but the turnip leaves to make a typical Tamilian preparation, a coarse chutney that makes for a flavorful side-dish - Turnip leaves thuvayal.
A Cook of Live To Cook cooks the ridged gourd with dal and spices to make a tasty and nourishing Tamilian Ridged Gourd Stew or koottu.
Kootu, a Tamilian dish, which combines lentils and vegetables into a thick curry.
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