Saturday 25 April 2020

origin of language/Tamil letters

The origins of spoken language:
In 1861, historical linguist Max Müller published a list of speculative theories.
1.Bow-wow. The bow-wow or cuckoo theory, which Müller attributed to the German philosopher Johann Gottfried Herder, saw early words as imitations of the cries of beasts and birds.
2.Pooh-pooh. The pooh-pooh theory saw the first words as emotional interjections and exclamations triggered by pain, pleasure, surprise, etc.
3.Ding-dong. Müller suggested what he called the ding-dong theory, which states that all things have a vibrating natural resonance, echoed somehow by man in his earliest words.
4.Yo-he-ho. The yo-he-ho theory claims language emerged from collective rhythmic labor, the attempt to synchronize muscular effort resulting in sounds such as heave alternating with sounds such as ho.
. 5.Ta-ta. This did not feature in Max Müller's list, having been proposed in 1930 by Sir Richard Paget. According to the ta-ta theory, humans made the earliest words by tongue movements that mimicked manual gestures, rendering them audible.

6.???....2020.Air movements are plotted in the paper,that represents spoken language.   
Origin of letters/sound/wards/speech.
Tamil letters shape depends on movement of air in the mouth.
சுயம்பு - The tamil word have 7 characters and have more than one meaning in english.
chuympu means 
1. freedom from the control , influence, support, aid, or the like, of others. 
2. not mixed or adulterated; pure
3. oddity; singularity; eccentricity. 
4. the natural world as it exists without human beings or civilization . 
5. divine character or nature , especially that of the Supreme Being; divinity.

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