cu coo Tamil sounds
We already found that the sound க / K,Ka to mean “gaining“…lets analyze the sounds Ku and its long form koo…
as we also know.. the u sound means “Inside” and oo sound means “outside”, lets see how accurate are our findings…
First some words thats starts with ku
Kuru(குறு) Short(Gain Inside + Take Inside=gain inside action) உள் சென்று மறையும், in the sense of comparison, that it can be taken into/engulfed into a bigger object.
Kuruku – Narrow/Small Void)
Kuvalai : Cup
Kuruthi : Blood (State when its inside)
Kuri (Aim at, Denote)
Kulavi (A kind of bee, Grinding stone) That which will reside inside some caved object.
Kuda/Kudam : A curved shaped utensil or Object
Kurai : To reduce
Kukai : Cave
Kuru : Gain Inside Take to Inside. Ul Irunthu eduppathu/Kidaippathu
Kudai (Shade, Umbrella)
Kudi (House, Hut)
The above words/objects clearly shows us the nature that this sound “Ku” represents, that is something that is Gained inside, something which is concave shaped, that holds something inside. So our findings k+u=Ku (Gain+Inside) matches exactly.
Now moving to Koo words,
Words thats starts with Koo…
Koodu/Koondu (Outer shell, Cover up)
Koor (Sharp) (Used to gain out)
Kooru/Kootru (To speak)
Kookai (A kind of owl) (Often not seen out, stay inside trees)
Koorai (Roof, outer cover of huts, Koo+rai literally one which prevents something coming from outside)
Kool (Soups)(Gain outside from its surface) (That which is gained out from the grains)
Kooli : Gained from, returns
Koolai : Kool+ai = Often refers to something thats shortened, things that need to be protruded/gained out, but not.
Koodai (Wooden bags)(Used to Cover up some items without moving out)
Koonthal (Women Lengthy Hair)
Its clear from the above words… Koo is Gaining + outside, that is some objects that are raised, convex shaped (Bent upwards), Protruded outside, comes outwards, Gained outwards, Gained from outside.
koo=கூ = கிடைப்பது + வெளியே/வெளிப்புறம். (Gain out)
Ku=கு = கிடைப்பது + உள்ளே/உட்புறம். (Gain in)