Are Bhashe dialect

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Arebhashe is a dialect of the hale Kannada language and tulu language, particularly, spoken by the people belonging to ‘Gowda’ community (among Hindus) in the regions of Kodagu district and Sullia of Dakshina Kannada.[1] It is also spoken in the eastern parts of Kasaragod district[2] of Kerala state. In Sullia Taluk, as the majority of the population belongs to Gowda community, most of others also generally communicate in the same dialect. [3] Around 400,000 people speak this dialect.[4] It is a 'half-tongue', (Are= half, Bhashe= speech) which is actually an admixture of hale Kannada and tulu language. Hence, Arebhashe pronunciation is slightly distinct from Kannada (Example: hege in Kannada; henge in Arebhashe for 'How' in English. "aayithu" in Kannada is "aath" in arebashe, i.e. 'over' or 'completed' in English.). Are Bhashe is written in the Kannada script itself. Arebhashe dialect is believed to be the language that originated while there was transformation of Hale Kannada to Hosa Kannada and according to some historians it has history of 500 years. It has many words that are solely Kannada words and tulu words as well as a mixture of malayalam language(Example: "Porlu" in tulu; "porlu" in Arebhashe; in kannada "chanda"; in english "beautiful") (Example:"balamb" in Malayalam; "balamb" in Arebhashe; "badisu" in kannada; "serve" in english)


Loans of AreBhashe words[edit]

Are Bhashe Kannada English
Goode Hudugi Girl
Haida Huduga Boy
Gada Anthe ItSeems
Bath-le Baralilla Didn't come
Hoth-le Hogalilla Didn't go
Poyi Hoguwa Lets Move
Laayik Olleyadagi Nice
Gaipu Saaru Curry
Hugge Anna Rice
Madgu Idu Keep
Hakoma Hakuwa Lets Put
Thimbake Thinnalu To Eat
Miyee Snaana To Bathe
Uttu Untu Is There
Banne Baruthene I will Come
Vole Iddene Am There
Bartha Vole Bartha iddeeni Am coming
Hengola? Hegidiya? How are you?

Family terms of address[edit]

Mother Amma, Ayye, Awwa
Father Poppa, Appa, Ayya
Grandpa Thatha / Chamiappa / Champa /
Grandma Avva / Chamiavva / chameva /
Uncle Bojappa / Mama / Bojayya / Mava
Aunt Bojavva / Bojamma/ Atte

Family names[edit]

Family Names
Achandira Aiyandra Ajadka Ambekallu Ame mane/amai mane Ambrati Ammajira Ammavana Anche Mane Anera Annachira Aramburu Ayyetira Badikana Baduvandra Baithadka Bychana Bakilana Baladi Balapada Balekaji Balladka Ballyamane Barana Barike Bariyanda Bidrupane Bilimale Biliyaara Bittira Bobbira bolliyana Bollumane Bolluru Bolthajjira Bommiyana Bommudira Bottumane Bymana Byneravana Bythadka Chandira Charukana Chattimada Chedukar Cheeyandi Cheeyapana Chembu Cheriyamane Chettajana Chettineravana Chillana Chingri Chokkadi Chondira Dambekodi Dayana Dandina Deraje Derana Deshakodi Devayira Devajana Doddera Doddihithlu Dolupaadi Govindammana Guddana Guddandra Gudde mane Guddera Gutthimandanda Hoddeti Honnukoti Hosagadde Hosakulu Hosamane Hosuru Huderi Hulimane Ittanike Jaineera Jappekodi Kadlaemane Kadlera Kadyada Kaibilira Kallembi Kalerammana Kaleyanda Kallumutlu Kampa Kanadka Kandige Kanehithlu Karja Karakarana Karnayyana Karthojira Kathrikolli Katrathana Kattekodi Kattemane Kaveramanna Kechapana Kedambadi Keejana Kekada Kenera Kenjana Kemmarana Ketoli Kodagana Kochana Kodekallu Kodira Kokkale Kolambe Kolchar Kolibylu Kolimadu Kolimudiyana Kombadi Kombanda Kombarana Kompulira Koodakandi Koorana Koppada Koppala Kotera kukkera Kudupaje Kudukuli Kukkety Kukkunooru Kulachetti Kullachana Kotumada Kumbana Kumbugowdana Kunchadaka Kunchettira Kundyna Kunjaliana Kunjilana Kuntikana Kurunji Kuttana Kuvendra Kuyyamudi Kymandana Lakkandra Lakkappana Madiyana Madthila Majjigemane Mallandira Mandrira Manjandra Maneyapura Mavaji Moolemajulu Moote Mane Mootera Moovana Mottana Moodagaddhe Muddiyana Mukkati(Mukkatira) Mundodi Mutlu Mylakandra Nadachil Nadagallu Nadumane Nadiyana Nadumutlu Nadavattira Nangaru Natolana Neyani Neriyana Nidyamale Paandi Paaremajulu Paddichetti Padonolana Padikal Palangotu Panathale/Panathila Pandana Panjipalana Paremane Parichana Parlakoti Pattada Pattemane Peechemane Perabai Periyana Perumunda Pilthadka Podnolana Pokkulandra Ponnachana Ponneti Poojarira Poondana Porekunjilana Poreyana Poyyakandira Pudiyaneravana Sannamane Setijana Somettira Soodana Sulyakodi Soorthale Thadiyappana Thammachna Thekkade Thenana Thorera Thotambailu Thothiyana Thumthajjira (Thumthaje) Udiyana mane Ududoli Urubail Wuluvarana Yaladaalu Yenkana Yedikeri

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