What is the Derivation for one two three etc in Tamil?

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Onru(Tamil) = One(English) . It is derived as follows: Onnu (come together) --> Onru (one) Similary the following derivations: Ir (divide) --> Irandu (two) [That is, two is obtained by dividing one.] mun(break/destroy) --> moonu (three,colloq.) --> moonru (three) [Three is obtained by further dividing two.] aal (every thing) --> naalu (four, colloq.) --> nangu (four). [Four is obtained by putting everything together.] Iye (high) --> Iyndhu (Five, a large value) ar (split) --> aaru (six) [Six is obtained by further splitting five.] E (high) --> Elu (seven, old Tamil ) --> Ezhu (seven) [ A large value] ot (end) --> attu(terminate) --> ettu (eight) [The ultimate value] othu (enough ) --> pathu (enogh) --> paththu (ten) [Enough, no more] OL (break) + pathu(ten) --> On-pathu (nine ) [Not enough] nira (full) --> nooru (hundred) Aye (high) --> Aayiram (Thousand) [a large value] kodu(terminate) --> kodi( Ten million) [The end of all numbers,that is, the ultimate.] ------------------
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One two three?

Speak to an official in your local DHS immigration office.

Is Tamil derived from any other languages?

Definitely not ! . It has been gradually made by the ancient common people; then, it has got its letters and literature by the scholars of its own. No one language was there

Was sanskrit derived from Tamil?

Tamil is said to be older than Sanskrit. But they both have their own grammar. so they are not derived or influenced by each other.