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my family is from andhra
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Hyderabad!!!!!!!!!!!!! :d
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Yep.
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no
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Tamil is a dravidian language

Although in modern times speakers of the various Dravidian languages have mainly occupied the southern portion of India, nothing definite is known about the ancient domain of the Dravidian parent speech. It is, however, a well-established and well-supported hypothesis that Dravidian speakers must have been widespread throughout India, including the northwest region.[12] before the arrival of Indo-European speakers

anyways , am a southie too ... but i prefer being called an indian

forgiv me, I saw RDB last nite, i am helpless
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(Original post by life is beautiful)
what u mean by unasian? did u meant non asian or not an asian ?:rolleyes:
bye the way as natasha said this is a "south indian forum" not language forum i think u wonot be included in this list
natasha is pretty un-asian tho, always had a doubt thouigh , is Goa a southie or not ?
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I cant believe a year later we're still talking about my name

you guys are amazing
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