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– Akila – comes from the fragrant wood akil from ancient Tamil – Akai –

,

, to rise, flower, flourish

– Achira – from the

, meaning cold season

– Aranya – from the word

(palace, fort)

– Ani – – Animalar, beautiful flower (from Akananuru) – Athera –

means

– Athira –

, path

– jasmine

– Angavai – – Angai – beautiful hands – Amara – from ancient Tamil

which means fitting, perfect, desire, strife

– Amala – (from

that means

in ancient Tamil)

– - Amali – (from

that means

in ancient Tamil)

– Amalai -(means

in ancient Tamil)

– Ammani – means beautiful gem –

means beautiful,

means gem

– Ayini (food, rice – like Annapoorani) – Aralai (Sangam Tamil word for

flower)

– Arumbu – bud, – Arumai – Alar – to blossom – Alari – flower – Annam – Anicha – from

, a delicate flower

– Arali – water - from the word – Anbu – Azhaki – Alli – Avira – comes from

which means bright

– Avini (name from Sangam Tamil), also means that which cannot be separated – - Arkali – abundant, – Arthi – to give,

, flood means kindness, beauty etc.

– Arali – from the word

for

– Isai – Ithazha – comes from

, petal

– Iniya – Inimai – Insuvai – Inthamizh – Inba – Innisai – Ilavenil – Izhaiyini (the word - Usitha –

means

means jewel in Sangam Tamil) , sharp, smart

– Uvakai – happiness – Emi means

– a word from Sangam Tamil, it is a popular name in Japanese as well

– Ezhil – Ezhili – – Oviya – Aithu (delicate, beautiful) – Aiyai – a princess, daughter of Chozha king Thithan – Kannahi – Kanali (

means sun)

– Kanimozhi – Kamani – comes from the Sangam Tamil word

, which means fullness

– Kamazhmalar – Kayal – Carp fish, which is shaped like big eyes – Kayalkanni – Kayalvizhi – perfection (occurs only twice in Sangam poems – Ainkurunuru 72, and Paripadal 12) – Kalvi – Kala – comes from Kalai for art (the word went into Sanskrit) – Kalini – comes from

which means flourishing

– Kalai – Kalaiselvi –

, generous giving

– Kavini – beautiful – Karkuzhali – Kaya – This is a dark purple flower – Kanthal – Kamari – The word

means

. It is different from the northern lanugage word

(love)

– Kimpuri (ornamental ring) – Kurinji – kurinji flower – Kullai – Thulasi – Kuvalai – water lily – Kuzhalmozhi – Kondrai – golden yellow flowers from a large tree – Kothai – Komakal (princess) – Sarala – comes from the word – Salini from

, which in Sangam Tamil is mountain slopes, today it is rain drizzles – In Maduraikanchi,

meaning

– Sithara – comes for the word

means a lady who has received god.

which means raindrops and honey bee

– Seerthi means fame – Suthai – – Sudaroli – Sunai – Seri – Closeness, fullness – Senni – peak – Selvi – Sevvi – perfection, beauty – Thathara – Comes from

meaning

– Thamilselvi – Thamilmakal – Thamilini – Thali – raindrops – Thalir – tender leaf – Thamarai – Tharani –

, garland (

– garland,

– Thillai – a kind of tree – Thukira – from

– coral, red

– Thendral – Thenmozhi - Nachini –

, liked one

– Nanthiya – comes from

which means to flourish

– - Nanthini – comes from

– to flourish

– Nallini – Name of a Chera queen – Narumalar – Narumukai – beautiful flower bud – Narumukizh – fragrant flower bud

– beautiful)

– Narumai – goodness, fragrance – Naruvi, fragrant flower –

is

in Sangam Tamil

– Nali – to be close – Nalina – Nalini – comes from

meaning one who is close

– Nani – means abundance – Nanmudai – means beautiful bud, Akananuru 223 – Manmozhi – Navira, comes from the Sangam word

, which means top, mountain

– Navvi – baby deer – Nithila –

, pearls – from

– Nila – Niraimathi – Neelvizhi – Pavalam – Pasumai – Panmalar – Panimalar – Pavai – Parvathi (comes from the ancient Tamil words (

– spread, has also been used as ‘earth’ in Natrinai 24,

– residing). Used later for the Hindu goddess. I

confirmed this with a Tamil/Sanskrit scholar Dr. George Hart) – Pukazhini – Punnakai – Poonkodi (word from Sangam Tamil) – Paithu – means

, green, land, county

– Paimpozhil – Porkodi – Ponmani – Ponni – Poykai – Makizhchi – Mathi – means – Mathukai – means strength – Mathai – means

, beauty

– Magnai – old Tamil word for peacock – Manju –

, clouds

– Manjula – from the word – Mangai – Manimalar - Manimozhi -

meant sapphire in Sangam poems. This word is from the book



– Mathukai – it means strength, – Mayili – from

– In Hawaii where I live, Mai’li is a very fashionable name – they pronounce it Mayili

– Malaraval – Malar – Malarkodi – Malarpoykai – Malarmakal – Malarvizhi – Mathari – meaning ‘beautiful’ from the pure Sangam Tamil word – – Maya – one that does not perish,



(nothing to do with the word

which means women that is from Sanskrit)

means that which perishes. This word occurs a lot in Sangam Tamil. There is also the Sanskrit ‘Maya’ which

means illusion, which is a totally different word. – means rain – a word from Sangam Tamil – Mala, one is not dull or confused.

means confusion, being dull. This word occurs in Sangam tamil. There is also the Sanskrit ‘Mala’ which means garland. This

word for garland occurs in both Tamil and Sanskrit, and scholars differ in their opinions about the origin.

– Malimi, means youthful – lightning – Minnoli – Meena – (from

(fish) – a word thought to be from Sanskrit, in the past. Scholars have now identified it as a pure Tamil word)

– Mukai – Mullai – Mullaiselvi – Mulari means – Melliyal – Menmalar – Menmai – Menmalar (comes from Akananuru) – Menmozhi (comes from an – Yazhini from the musical instrument – Valli (benevolence, bangles) – Valarnila – Valarpirai – Valarmathi – Vaaymai – Veeya (wealth) – Veera (from the root word for bravery) – Vennila – Venpa – Velvizhi - Vaini from

which means sharp

poem)

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