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address and reference address terms archana aspects of language bhakti literature Brahmin caste background caste memory causal relationship child choice church deity devotees different castes dislike a language dynamic economic elitist temples factors family setting feel proud female finite verb function group of castes Hindu honorific identity inflection interaction intuitive language acquisition language may feel lexical linguistic behaviour linguistic utterances male marital line members of different mother mother's endearments naan Nadar caste niir non-honorific singular one's language paralinguistic participant observation particular caste physical pride priest pronoun form pujas reference terms reference to women region relations religious resorted retrieval revealed rural setting Saivite Sanskrit second person singular sentences singular pronoun slot socialization processes sociolinguistics South Asian speaker speech spoken Tamil status Tamil Bible Tamil Christians Tamil language Tamil society Tamil verses Tamilnadu terms of address third person human traditions translation upper caste variables vocative written Tamil