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  • Malayalam grammar book, Malayalabhaasha Vyakaranam (1859), Malayalam-English dictionary (1872), and translated the Bible into Malayalam. A Malayalam
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  • Government Service, as English Writer of the Civil Court of Tellichery, 1861; Malayalam Translator, Madras High Court, 1864; passed B.L. degree 1865; Sub-Judge
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  • inhabitants, of whom 101,400 are Catholics; the chief language spoken is Malayalam. Msgr. Aloysius Pareparambil, titular Bishop of no (b. on August 1, 1848
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  • form of the name was Male, "where the pepper grows", whence the name Malayalam for the prevailing language. Ecclesiastically, British Malabar belongs
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  • speakers returned at the census of 1901, are as follows:— Of these Tamil and Malayālam can be considered as two dialects of one and the same language, which
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  • acted as Judge, Travancore High Court; commenced practice in Madras, July 1913. Publications: a work on Malayalam Chemistry. Address: Madras, India.
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  • Translations of the Bhagvat Gita; Kural, King Lear, and Merchant of Venice into Malayalam. and Dussue’s “Metaphysics” into Sanskrit verse. Address: Trivandram,
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  • BOYS' SCHOOLS The Children's Friend Normal School, Quilon, for training Malayalam schoolmasters, with 59 students; St. Francis's Normal School, Nagercoil
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  • Title A Malayalam and English dictionary, 1 Author Hermann Gundert Year 1871 Source djvu Progress To be proofread
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  • Malakand Pass Malalas, John Malan, Solomon Caesar Mälar Malaria Malatia Malayalam Malay Archipelago Malãyir Malay Peninsula Malays Malay States (British)
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  • there are 14,328 pupils. The Catholic press is represented by one native Malayalam weekly paper and 2 monthly periodicals. The Jacobite Syrians and the Protestants
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  • 'Ephemeris, showing the corresponding Dates according to the English, Telugu, Malayalam, and Mahomedan Calendars, 1751-1850;' 'Telugu Reader : a Series of Letters
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  • 62, 64, 88, 93. Kuni, 16. Lithuania, 78, 81. McLennan, J. F., 6, 17. Malayalam, 47. "Malayan" system, 65, 68. Maori, 66. Marriage, i, 60; between brother
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  • publications of the archdiocese are: "Messenger of the Sacred Heart" in Malayalam; "Promptuarium Canonico-Liturgicum" for the clergy; both printed at the
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  • it enabled him to supply, was a translation of the New Testament into Malayalam, the language of the British district. of Malabar and of the native states
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  • Tartar and Siberian dialects, Japanese, Korean, Tamil, Telugu, Canarese, Malayalam and the other Dravidian dialects, Malay and a great number of the Polynesian
    336 bytes (1,969 words) - 09:35, 1 August 2010
  • Dravidians are in existence in Italy, the Etrurian verbs like those of Malayalam do not change for number, and words in genitive case are freely used in
    452 bytes (5,102 words) - 04:34, 15 January 2015
  • Western side of the Ghauts, and also the Northern parts of Ceylon. (2) Malayalam.—This is closely akin to Tamil. It is the vernacular of about five millions
    793 bytes (1,926 words) - 19:10, 24 March 2015
  • (Cantonese, Mandarin, Hokkien, Hakka, Hainan, Foochow), Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Panjabi, Thai; note - in addition, in East Malaysia several indigenous
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  • religious festival of high importance to celebrate his memory in the Malayalam tract of the Madras Presidency; this festival is called Onam. It is narrated
    475 bytes (3,546 words) - 16:35, 28 November 2014

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