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The History and Development of Gender in
Influence of Dravidian Philology on Indian Langua
Social Aspects Reflected in Language
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ancient Tamil anthology aspects avan become Bharathi Brahui called Cankam age Cilappatikaram colloquial consists context context theory denote dharma diachronic dialect distinction Dravidian languages emphasise epic epicene ethical mysticism families of languages feminine singular finite verbs gender suffix gives Grammar honorific plural human ideal important India Indo-Aryan languages inferior category inferior plural influence instance Jain kamam Kannada Kui language later lexeme lexical linguistic unit Madras Malayalam masculine plural meaning metanalysis morpheme Mutt neuter singular noumenon nouns nucleus oblique occur Paripatal phonemic phonetic word phonological word plural suffix poet poetry point of view Prakrit pronoun recognised reference rhythm Sandhi Sanskrit second person plural second person singular semantic sentence songs sounds speak speaker speech structure syllable syntactic syntax Tamil grammarians Tamil land Tamil language Tamil literature Tamilian Telugu third person plural Tirukkura TiruvaUuvar Tolkappiyam unity venpa verbal suffix verses vowel whilst word boundary written