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Affricates in Kannadu speech
The Mutation of i u e and o in Kannada
English as the Kannadiga speaks it
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5th century affricates alveolar alveolus becomes blade blade-alveolar articulation century A.D. Classical Kannada Close Vowel Mutation cognate colloquial Compare dental derivative Dharwar diphthong Dramida Dravidian languages earliest examples fricative front vowel Halmidi Inscription Heggadadevanakote Hence HGNG Hosagannada Nudigannadi Indian languages Indo-Aryan Indo-Aryan languages inflexion initial Kanara districts Kannada forms Kannada grammar Kannada language Kannada speaking Kannada speech Kannadiga Kavirajamarga kedu Kesiraja kidu Kodagu kodu Konkani Konkani language Krishnamacharya later linguistic literary form literature Madras Malayalam Mangalore Marathi medial mention Middle Kannada Modem Modern Kannada modern literary Kannada mother tongue Mysore nasal North Karnataka Northern Kannada noted observations occurs Open Vowel Mutation palatal phonetic phonological plosives poets Prakrit present paper Primitive Dravidian Primitive Old Kannada pronunciation Proto-Dravidian radical vowel records respectively roots Sabdamanidarpana Sabdanusasana Sanskrit Sanskrit words scholars sound speakers spelling suffix syllable tadbhavas Tamil Tamil Kannada tatsama Telugu tip-dental Tulu vocabulary voiceless