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Mahadevan argues that the words erumi, kavu Di, poshil and t Ayiyar have their origin in Kannada because Tamil cognates are not available.
Settar adds the words n ADu and i Layar to this list.
In the 350 CE Chandravalli Prakrit inscription, words of Kannada origin like punaa Ta, pu Na Da have been used.
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