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  • Sukham-aano?

    Fine/comfort - are you?

    Sukham ah

    I am fine/comfortable

    Sukham thannay

    Just fine. Thannay literally means "alone" or "just"

    Sukham illa

    Literally: Fine don't have. Practically: Not well, sick.

    Enth (okke) oondu?

    Literally: What all is there/do you have. Practically: What's happening/been going on?

    Enginnay oondu?

    How's it going?

    I am cold

    Ennikk thannuppu ah

    Thannuppu anno?

    Literally: Cold is it/are you

    I am hot

    Ennikk chooddu ah

    Is it/Are you hot?

    Chooddu anno?

    It is/I am hot.


    It is not/I am not hot.

    Chooddu alla
    Chooddu illa

    I am tired

    Ennikk sheenam ah

    Are you tired/worn out?


    I am tired/worn out.


    I'm not tired

    Sheenam illa

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