canarese definition

  • adjective:
    • related to Canara, a district of Uk India.
    • with respect to Canara, a district of Uk India.
  • others:
    • Of or related to either of two areas in western Asia, called respectively North and Southern Canara (or Kanara).
    • Of or pertaining to either of two areas in western India, labeled as correspondingly North and South Canara (or Kanara).
  • noun:
    • singular and plural A native or locals of either of those areas.
    • A language of Dravidian team, almost allied to Telugu, becoming one of the languages talked during these districts, and over a big area as far north as Bidar. Also referred to as Karnata.
    • an associate of a Kannada-speaking group of people residing mainly in Kanara in south Asia
    • single and plural A native or natives of either of these areas.
    • A language regarding the Dravidian team, nearly allied to Telugu, becoming one of the languages spoken within these districts, and over a big tract as far north as Bidar. Also known as Karnata.
    • a part of a Kannada-speaking crowd residing chiefly in Kanara in southern Asia

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    • related to Canara, a district of Uk India.
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