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  1. Tamil ( / ˈtæmɪl /; தமிழ் Tamiḻ [t̪amiɻ], pronunciation (help·info)) is a Dravidian language natively spoken by the Tamil people of South Asia. Tamil is an official language of the Indian state of Tamil Nadu, the sovereign nations of Sri Lanka and Singapore, [10] [6] and the Indian territory of Puducherry.

  2. The Tamil languages are the group of Dravidian languages most closely related to Tamil. In addition to Tamil itself, they are: Irula, Betta Kurumba, Yerukala, Eravallan, Kanikkaran, Muthuvan, Sholaga, Kaikadi, Sankethi, Eezhavam, Jaffnese Arwi is not a separate language but a register of Tamil used by Muslims.

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  3. Tamil is a Dravidian language. [8] It is spoken in the Tamil Nadu and Puducherry states of India and parts of Sri Lanka. Many people in Singapore and Malaysia also speak it. Many people speaking Tamil live in various places around the world.

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  5. The Tamil Wikipedia ( Tamil: தமிழ் விக்கிப்பீடியா) is the Tamil language edition of Wikipedia, run by the Wikimedia Foundation. [1] It was established in September 2003 and crossed 141,000 articles in September 2021.

    • September 2003; 19 years ago
    • Tamil
  6. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › TamilTamil - Wikipedia

    Tamil may refer to: Tamils, an ethnic group native to India and some other parts of Asia Sri Lankan Tamils, Tamil people native to Sri Lanka also called ilankai tamils Tamil Malaysians, Tamil people native to Malaysia Tamil language, natively spoken by the Tamils Tamil script, primarily used to write the Tamil language

  7. Tamil–Kannada is an inner branch (Zvelebil 1990:56) of the Southern Dravidian I (SDr I) subfamily of the Dravidian languages that include Tamil, Kannada and Malayalam. (There have been slight differences in the way Dravidian languages are grouped by various Dravidian linguists: See Subrahmanyam 1983, Zvelebil 1990, Krishnamurthi 2003).

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