The origin of Malayalam remains a matter of dispute among scholars. A second view argues bible story in malayalam pdf the development of the two languages out of ‘Proto-Dravidian’ in the prehistoric era. The oldest literary work in Malayalam, distinct from the Tamil tradition, is dated from between the 9th and 11th centuries. Tamil sometime between the 9th and 13th centuries.
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Some scholars however believe that both Tamil and Malayalam developed during the prehistoric period from a common ancestor, ‘Proto-Tamil-Dravidian’, and that the notion of Malayalam being a ‘daughter’ of Tamil is misplaced. This is based on the fact that Malayalam and several Dravidian languages on the western coast have common features which are not found even in the oldest historical forms of Tamil. Vatteluttu alphabet later, greatly influenced the early development of Malayalam. The Malayalam script began to diverge from the Tamil-Brahmi script in the 8th and 9th centuries CE.
And by the end of the 13th century a written form of the language emerged which was unique from the Tamil-Brahmi script that was used to write Tamil. Latin Christians, Muslims, fishermen and many of the occupational terms common to different sections of Malayalees have been identified. Malayalam can be divided into thirteen dialect areas. As regards the geographical dialects of Malayalam, surveys conducted so far by the Department of Linguistics, University of Kerala restricted the focus of attention during a given study on one specific caste so as to avoid mixing up of more than one variable such as communal and geographical factors. Malayalam, results of which have been published by the Department in 1974, has brought to light the existence of twelve major dialect areas for Malayalam, although the isoglosses are found to crisscross in many instances. Sub-dialect regions, which could be marked off, were found to be thirty. In a few instances at least, as in the case of Venad, Karappuram, Nileswaram and Kumbala, the known boundaries of old principalities are found to coincide with those of certain dialects or sub-dialects that retain their individuality even today.
This seems to reveal the significance of political divisions in Kerala in bringing about dialect difference. Divergence among dialects of Malayalam embrace almost all aspects of language such as phonetics, phonology, grammar and vocabulary. Differences between any two given dialects can be quantified in terms of the presence or absence of specific units at each level of the language. It may be noted at this point that labels such as “Brahmin Dialect” and “Syrian Caste Dialect” refer to overall patterns constituted by the sub-dialects spoken by the subcastes or sub-groups of each such caste. In the Nair dialect it is a mid-central unrounded vowel whereas in the Ezhava dialect it is often heard as a lower high back unrounded vowel. The few loan words which have found their way into the Christian dialect are assimilated in many cases through the process of de-aspiration.
The Latin Christian dialect of Malayalam is close to the fishermen dialect. The Muslim dialect shows maximum divergence from the literary Standard Dialect of Malayalam. Malayalam has a substantially high amount of Sanskrit loan words but are seldom used. Kerala and the southern part of Karnataka. According to the Indian census of 2011, there were 32,299,239 speakers of Malayalam in Kerala, making up 93.
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Malayalam speakers in India, and 96. 51,100, which is only 0. In all, Malayalis made up 3. As per the 1991 census data, 28. Malayalam speakers in India spoke a second language and 19. There were 7,093 Malayalam speakers in Australia in 2006. The 2006 New Zealand census reported 2,139 speakers.
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