Definición de Kanarese en inglés:

Kanarese

Saltos de línea: Kan¦ar|ese
Pronunciación: /ˌkanəˈriːz
 
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(also Canarese)

sustantivo (plural igual)

1A member of a people living mainly in Kanara, a district in SW India.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The great majority of Kanarese (85.9 percent) are Hindus, but 11.1 percent of the state's population is Muslim and 2.1 percent Christian.
  • These are Klings and not Kanarese, because the people of this province of Talimgo are more graceful.
2 another term for Kannada.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The Dravidian languages have all and the same word for medicine and gunpowder; in Tamil marundu, in Telugu mandu, in Kanarese maddu, and in Malayalam, maruna.
  • Beside the descriptive grammar based on the inscriptions there are numerous historical and comparative sections in the book, tracing the history of Kanarese.
  • Beals only spoke Kanarese so it was difficult for him to stay in a village where another language was spoken.

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Relating to Kanara, its people, or their language.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • I said above that the Kanarese alphabet is not quite suited to the Konkani language, because there are some sounds which cannot be expressed exactly by the Kanarese alphabet.
  • The society is committed to the promotion and publication of Kanarese literature.

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