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These all are somewhat same-to-same...
Origin: In Chennai, at either Marina or Bessie beach, couples who space themselves like repelling magnets, whispering sweet-nothings in each others ears, wistfully gazing at the lapping waves as they hug the shore are usually rudely interrupted by 'kadlai-sellers' (boiled peanut vendors) with "Kadlai, saar?"
PS: 'The Marina' sounds posh as I write but I guess this is due to space and time away from reality.
Friend, (that) Ramesh(-no), is talking to girls.
(Translation *irate tone: What are these kids up to?)
Where are your kuttyol, ma?
Oh, those naughty children, gave them both one tight slap for fighting and put them to bed.
RegionKerala, South India
CategoriesPhrases & Expressions
CategoriesFood and Drink
Tulu is a popular and ancient folk language with its own rich culture and heritage. It contains flavors of Kannada, Tamil, and probably other southern languages. But it is a powerful rustic and distinct language. It has no script of its own. Speakers of 'Tulu' language apparently have great sense of humor. They laugh really loud. Almost like the yakshagana characters.
I hope some 'Tuluva' samosapedian will post some nice entries and enlighten us more.