Origin of some English words

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Lt. Ayma Moron… that supposed to be a joke in there?
    I feel a touch of the simpsons prank calls…

  2. Anonymous says:

    Do you know the origin of your name. Try to learn the difference between presenting jokes and facts.

  3. Rajaram S says:

    hi anonymous ..the meaning of my name “rajaram” is very difficult to comprehend!
    Pl advise me as to how i should differentiate between presenting facts and jokes.

  4. kalish says:

    What is the exact english word for “MOTTAI” in tamil?

  5. Rajaram S says:

    bald ??

  6. Anonymous says:

    bald means vazhukai not mottai

  7. Satvansh says:

    What’s english for “sambandhi” in Tamil.

  8. Prasannakumar says:

    sambandhi is kinsman/kinswoman/kinsperson

  9. wahab says:

    TONSURE means mottai

  10. Kalyan says:

    mottai, kaadhu kutthu english meaning?

  11. Madhu says:

    Mottai is tonsured head

  12. Samraj says:

    What a great research on the origin of words. Good try. But I just would like to say thats MOMMY and not Mummy.

    And now MOM in short.

    Kay. Now stop your research or you could end up saying “Yeah… Yeah… This Mommy originally originated from Maama, Maami. And MOMMY originally originated from TAMIL Maami.”

  13. Suresh says:

    Really great on the orgin of words. i would like to know the corresponding word for valaikappu(tamil) in english…

  14. Edwin says:

    thanks madhu

  15. Gokila says:

    wat is the english words for “padithurai” – we used to tell the side landing of pond.

  16. Sriram says:

    It means TONSURE in English.
    For eg : I am going to tonsure at Palani temple.