Karka Kasadara, The Tamil word Kal and its meaning.
கற்க கசடற(To Learn thoroughly/Clearly, it can also be taken as learning to shun bad)
We will see some interesting words related to Tamil sounds Ka, Kal, Kar, Kai etc. all meaning “Get/Gain/Know-கிடைப்பது“, lets see some of the related words with meanings,
Kalvi: Leaning, [From which we get/gain(ka) about a place(l)]
Karuthu : Inner Meaning, the message.
Karai : Melt out
What we get+Taking to கிடைப்பது + கொண்டு செல்வது
Kai, Karam: Hand – to take.
Karam=Ka+aram is doing the task of Take+Give which is the hand.
Karuppu: Black, Ka+Ru – What we gets + Taking to inside. (the darkness which will not allow us to get)
Kalavu: Theft: Take things without others notice. Kalvan is Thief.
Kalam: A place inside where we can take. for ex. Nerkalam,
That takes the soil out. -எடுப்பது + இருப்பது
Kal: Stone (Ka+L= Gain + a Place) that which is hard/stable surface.
Kali: Clayey: Kal+il = That which cannot be taken easily,
Kalli: A shrub that is poisonous = [That which should not be taken at all.]
Kalai : Take out, Weeds, Worn out
Kalani: Kalaintha+Nir : A liquid drink fed to cows, This is the left over water thats used for cleaning rice before cooking.
Kaluthai: Donkey (Ka+lu+thai= Gain+ From a place Inside+Keep with its possession) Named because of its used for pulling things kept on it.
Kalugu: Eagle (Ka+lu+gu= Eat by pulling the flesh)
Karunai: Compassion [karu+anai=Taking+in+storing means taking something/someone into heart]
Karpanai: Dream: Kar+panai=Taking+what we have in. Panai means “many stored in”
Kaluthu: Neck( That takes things to the stomach)
Kari: (Ka+ri) ( [Example, Elephant ] Ka+ri [Gain+Take to inside] [Great one-That can’t be gained]
ஐந்தவித்தான் ஆற்றல் அகல்விசும்பு ளார்கோமான்,இந்திரனே சாலுங் கரி.
(Ainthai Avilthaan Aatral, Akanda Vaanathil ulla KoMaan Inthirane Saalum Kari.)
Simply means, The power of one who abstains from the 5 precepts, which the Indhiran(Indhra) who rules the wider sky(heaven) wants to gain.
அல்லல் அருளாள்வார்க்கு இல்லை வளிவழங்கும் மல்லன்மா ஞாலங் கரி. Meaning: Emptiness/Paucity is not there for a graceful person, like The wind_giver Mallan's worldly knowledge that is great and difficult to gain.. Here a graceful person is compared with the wind/air which has no space restrictions in this world. The word "Mallan" in Tamil itself means one who can occupy any place.