Topic started by Andrus Molder (@ 213-35-133-204-dsl.prn.estpak.ee) on Tue Feb 24 04:42:37 EST 2004.
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I write from Europe, from small country, which name is Estonia. I interested how nations call their homeland.
Which is right for Tamil Nadu in Tamil language (in latin sript) - Tamilnadu or Tamilnatju ("l" with arc below and "a" with line above) ?
- From: Karikallan (@ proxy2.rrze.uni-erlangen.de)
on: Tue Feb 24 08:50:37 EST 2004
Tamil is actually written as Thamizh. this zh is pronounced as "IL" . There are 3 different "IL" letter that sounds similar. One of the speciality of tamil language is this letter "IL" (wirtten zh in Eng.). That particular pronounciation is not found in other languages. so It is difficult to explain.
But it is written as Thamizh NAdu.
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