Referenced locally as "Kasrod Malyalam" or "kasrod Malayalam". The language spoken by the Malayali community in the Kasaragod district of Kerala by Hindus and Muslims. For example: In Kasaragod Malayalam, 'House' is referred to as (Veed: in typical Malayalam) is "beed" while in Beary Bashe it is "pore".The Muslims of Kasaragod district speak a mixture of Kasaragod Malayalam and Beary Bashe.Kasaragod Malayalam varies from the standard Malayalam to a great extent. Unlike typical Malayalam, this has remained relatively uninfluenced by Sanskrit. Studies in this idiom have been useful in knowing the nature of evolution of the South Indian languages.
Kasaragod Malayalam is deeply influenced and contains words from Tulu, Kannada, Arabic, Urdu, Hindi, Tamil, Beary bashe etc. It is a very rapidly evolving language, adding new words into the language very frequently. The vocabulary of the language is so advanced that it provides single word substitutes for expressions even unavailable in the original Malayalam. Adaptation of vocabulary from various language helps the native speakers to learn and adapt to a new language with relatively low effort.