Declined Forms of a Tamil Noun

Here, you can supply a Tamil noun (in Roman script) in its singular form and obtain its declined forms.
 + For a chart on the correspondence between Roman and Tamil scripts, see: Roman - Tamil
 + For constraints on supplying non-Tamil nouns, see the section "Inputting noun stems and verb stems" on the help page.
  • For pronouns, use Group 3 at the end of the page.
  • For nouns ending with short u, use Group 2.
  • For other nouns, use Group 1.
  • Press the submit button after supplying all the required input values.
        * If all the required values are not supplied, incorrect forms may be returned.
  • Use the clear button to clear your entries.

  • Group 1: Non-pronoun. Noun does not end with short u

    Type your noun:

    Specify the form of your noun by selecting one from the following list:
    Noun has only two letters when written in Tamil. It has no long vowel.
    Noun has more than two letters when written in Tamil and/or has a long vowel.

    Specify what your noun refers to by selecting one from the following list:
    animate (person or animal)
    inanimate (not a person or an animal)

    Group 2: Noun ends with short u

    Type your noun:

    Describe your noun by selecting one from the following list:
    Person
    Number
    Animate, but not a person. Noun has only two letters when written in Tamil. Noun has no long vowels.
    Animate, but not a person. Noun has more than two letters when written in Tamil.
    Not a person, animal, or number. Noun has only two letters when written in Tamil. Noun has no long vowels.
    Not a person, animal, or number. Noun has more than two letters when writtem in Tamil.
    Not a person, animal, or number. Noun has a long vowel.


    Group 3: Pronoun

    Type your pronoun:











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