18th July 2013, 03:14 PM
So many thanks mala..... it really feels very nice to dig deep into tamil grammar and verses and come out with sweet words such as the ones many kind hubbers provided here. And you cleared so much of my doubts.......... For now we have shortlisted the following names
2. தூவிதா or தூவிகா
looking to deep dive into sangam literatures further and come up with more options
Healthy nu meaning varugira maathiri some old tamil words? other than Arogyam, nalam etc., and tamil names for Goddesses, Lakshmi (other than thirumagal), Parvathi, Saraswathi, Kali
18th July 2013 03:14 PM
22nd July 2013, 12:39 PM
Thanks mala (reply @ mala's post in another thread)
Can some one list out the words / names that would mean Health, God / Goddesses name in sanga / pure tamil , we are trying to zero in on அருணிதா, athu kooda ethavathu serkalam nu oru thought
24th July 2013, 04:41 PM
Like in the above examples can
Originally Posted by bis_mala
can நிரல் + வீயா become நிரல்வியா where வீ would become வி (like in the logic mentioned by you)
this is based on the assumption that
நிரல் = perfect or orderly
வீயா = wealth as mentioned in some tamil websites or nilaitha as in the kural, வீயா விழுமம் தரும்
1st meaning eduthukitta Perfect (Health nu vachikkalam) and Wealthy or 2nd meaning eduthukitta Always Perfect ippadi nu oru thinking....... not sure if I am going in the right direction or doing any grammatical error thereby tampering the word and the meaning. Looking for your guidance
24th July 2013, 07:52 PM
வீயா என்பது வியா என்று குறுகுவது கடினம்தான். அருள்வீரோ என்பது கவிதையில் அருள்விரோ என்று இடம்நோக்கிக் குறுகக்கூடும். (வீ > வி) உண்மையில் ஈர் இறுதி இர் ஆனது. இர் ஒரு தனி விகுதி என்றும் கூறலாம், இங்கு பொருந்தவில்லை.
விய என்பது வியத்தல் என்ற சொல்லின் பகுதி. வீதல் என்பது வேறு சொல்.
நிரல் + விய -> நிரல்வியா : வியத்தகு நிரல் உடையவள் என்பது பொருளாகக் கொள்ளலாம்.
வீதல் பொருள் வரவில்லை.
vItal 1. death; 2. poverty, வீயா - வீதல் என்பதன் எதிர்மறை வடிவம்.
வினைச்சொல் பகுதி "வீ" என்பது,
Last edited by bis_mala; 24th July 2013 at 09:34 PM.
B.I. Sivamaalaa (Ms)
25th July 2013, 12:26 PM
Thanks mala , anegama God's grace, we will zero in on நிரல்யா அருணிதா (Niralya Arunitha) , will this name make sense? or will it look like a combination of two separate words without any connection
25th July 2013, 04:52 PM
Being in a multi racial Malaysia, I know that all races here are mesmerised by nice sounding names. If a name is foreign to them but sounds great, they would like to take it and recoin it to suit their own language and try to be able to say that the name has a meaning in their own language. You elicited these names from your own Tamiz field. In this connexion I should say that you have gone through a really worthwhile and rich exercise. I have to thank you for inviting me and others here to participate in it.
The names you selected are good. As words, they sound great and carry excellent meaning.
I wish you all the best. My wishes for your new arrival little girl and your lady and all other members.
25th July 2013, 05:01 PM
Finally mission accomplished. Wishing the kid all the best! By the way, one question? Is it mandatory to have 2 words in name? In future, the surname (last name also) will be participating in Schools, Colleges and Passports and all kind of forms and applications. To me, single word is opt and sweet!
சொல்லிச் சொல்லி ஆறாது சொன்னா துயர் தீராது...
25th July 2013, 05:16 PM
Congrats! Enakku ponnu porandha "Iniya"-nu vaikalaam-nu irundhen.
25th July 2013, 07:05 PM
@venkiram: yeah.......... enakkum athe pola rendu disjointed pera irukka poguthe nu oru dilemma irukkathan seiyyuthu......... but Arunitha ngra name mainly for Arun both for Arunachaleshwarar and for my grandmother whose name is Arunachala Vadivu. Niralya ngra name en wife, amma ivangalukku pidichirukkara peru.......... enakku Niralya nu thaniya illama vera serkkanume ninaichen... Niralya Lakshmi sounds good but Lakshmi is a sanskrit name... tamil equivalent ah na thirumagal ah add pannalam na athu avvalavu nice sounding ah iruntha maathiri thonalae...athunalathan............... ippa kooda niraya peru ungala polave feel pannina rendu name la onnai vittuduven........
@19thmay - Ungalukku Iniya thanthai peru vaazhthukkal
25th July 2013, 07:07 PM
Originally Posted by bis_mala
So much thanks Mala.... you really were very supportive and patient enough to answer my repeated questions