Kannada village sex talk
In a 3rd-century CE Tamil inscription there is usage of oppanappa v Iran.
Here the honorific appa to a person's name is an influence from Kannada.
Another word of Kannada origin is taayviru and is found in a 4th-century CE Tamil inscription. Settar studied the sittanv Asal inscription of first century CE as also the inscriptions at tirupparamkunram, adakala and ne Dan Upatti.
The later inscriptions were studied in detail by Iravatham Mahadevan also.
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Kannada words such as gou Di-gavu Di transform into Tamil's kavu Di for lack of the usage of Ghosha svana in Tamil.
The scholar Iravatham Mahadevan indicated that Kannada was already a language of rich oral tradition earlier than the 3rd century BCE, and based on the native Kannada words found in Prakrit inscriptions of that period, Kannada must have been spoken by a widespread and stable population. The sources of influence on literary Kannada grammar appear to be three-fold: Pāṇini's grammar, non-Paninian schools of Sanskrit grammar, particularly Katantra and Sakatayana schools, and Prakrit grammar.Kannada phonetics, morphology, vocabulary, grammar and syntax show significant influence from these languages.Some naturalised (tadbhava) words of Prakrit origin in Kannada are: baṇṇa (colour) derived from vaṇṇa, hunnime (full moon) from puṇṇivā.Mahadevan feels that some grammatical categories found in these inscriptions are also unique to Kannada rather than Tamil.Both these scholars attribute these influences to the movements and spread of Jainas in these regions.