Malayalam Language Notes
Malayalam is a Dravidian language spoken in South India.
The words from this language are mainly natural substances and features.
||Ring shaped coral enclosing a lagoon.|
||A type of leaf chewed with nuts in Asia.|
||Used as a fibre.|
||Heavy, durable wood used in shipbuilding.|
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[Borrowed Words (Mandarin)]
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