The Tamil people come from South India, and the names are therefore very similar to some of the other Indian areas. This generator produces 15 Random Tamil names. The Tamils, however, have spread throughout the world and are present in large numbers in countries such as Malaysia (8% of the population), the United Kingdom , Canada and Sri Lanka. While that sometimes means that their naming conventions change slightly, as is the case in Malaysia, they generally remain the same throughout the world. In certain instances, this is abbreviated to an initial that I used to keep the names shorter for certain names in this generator. If you want a complete name, the job can be done simply by combining a male or female first name with a male first name. Note that if you use initials as a nickname, they can be put either before or behind your first name.
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Tamil has been the most commonly spoken language in Sri Lank, where it forms the main national language. Tamil is a Dravidian language native to the Tamil peoples of India and Sri Lank. Tamil is also the official state language of Tamil Nadu, an Indian state in the south-eastern part of India. It is also the state language in two union territories, Puducherry and Tamil Nadu. There are two main dialects of Tamil, and they have three levels of variation, from the standard Tamil to a variety of phonetic variations in Tamil. While Tamil's influence can be seen in other Indian languages like Punjabi, Hindi, Marathi, Urdu, Gujarati, Bengali and Kannada, there is no major influence of Tamil in the other languages of South Asia.
Tamil was the language of rulers of north India like the Marathas and the Mughals. When the British took over India and introduced the English language in the south, Tamil speakers migrated from the north to the new south-eastern part of India. They were helped by the British in preserving their language. Tamil adapted the Sanskrit language as its official language after the British occupation. As a result, there are numerous Sanskrit-influenced vocabulary and grammar in Tamil that are very similar to Sanskrit itself. The influence of Tamil on Hindi and other South Indian languages is not noticeable at the level of grammar, but is quite evident in the use of adjectives and nouns in Tamil. While Tamil nouns and adjectives are derived from Sanskrit roots, their root is most often related to the Indo-Brahmi linguistic family of languages.
Tamil was also widely spoken during the early years of the Mughal empire, which is evident from the presence of Indo-Brahmi vocabulary in the language. However, it became largely absent from the language after the Mughal period. This is because the Mughals used Hindi as a lingua franca and changed the syllable structure of Tamil to match the Indo-Brahmi. This changed Tamil's pronunciation to a more 'Indian' sounding dialect. Tamil is widely spoken in the Tamil Nadu region of South India, as well as the Tamil-Myanmar state. However, it remains popular only in Sri Lanka, where Tamil is the state's official language. Tamil, in spite of the presence of much influence of Hindi in Tamil, maintains its own identity.