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Konkani and Gujarati analog ?

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Asked by sudhakar kuruvada, 05 Mar '13 10:18 am
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It is said that Gujarat has got many historical ties with the port of Goa, mainly because of trade, and it is also said that many people have migrated to Goa via the port of Dwaraka.
The Kols, Kharwas, Yadavas, and the Lothal migrants settled in Goa during the pre-historic and the later period. Chavada, a tribe of warriors (now known as Chaddi or Chaddo), migrated to Goa from Saurashtra,during 7th and 8th century CE, after their kingdom was destroyed by the Arabs in 740 AD.[39] Royal matrimonial relationships between the two states, and the trade relationships had a major impact on Goan society. Many of these groups spoke different Nagar Apabhramsha dialects,which could be seen as precursors of modern Gujarati.
Konkani and Gujarati have many words in common, not found in Marathi.
Konkani O (as opposed to Marathi A which is of different Prakrit origin), is similar to that in Gujarati.
The case terminations in Konkani lo, li, le, and Gujarati no, ni, ne have same Prakrit roots.
In b ...more
Answered by LIPSIKA, 05 Mar '13 10:36 am

 
  
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Konkani and Gujarati have many words in common, not found in Marathi.
Konkani O (as opposed to Marathi A which is of different Prakrit origin), is similar to that in Gujarati.
The case terminations in Konkani lo, li, le, and Gujarati no, ni, ne have same Prakrit roots.
In both the languages the present indicatives have no gender, unlike Marathi
Answered by aflatoon, 05 Mar '13 10:34 am

 
  
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Yes
Answered by anantharaman, 05 Mar '13 12:40 pm

 
  
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If you are too tired to ask the question, please do not ask.
But if you are not, then ask the Q clearly.
Answered by Aarnika Tiwaari, 05 Mar '13 10:25 am

 
  
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I know Konkani and Gujarati digital can I tell you!!!
Answered by Admn, 05 Mar '13 10:20 am

 
  
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It is said that Gujarat has got many historical ties with the port of Goa, mainly because of trade, and it is also said that many people have migrated to Goa via the port of Dwaraka.

The Kols, Kharwas, Yadavas, and the Lothal migrants settled in Goa during the pre-historic and the later period. Chavada, a tribe of warriors (now known as Chaddi or Chaddo), migrated to Goa from Saurashtra,during 7th and 8th century CE, after their kingdom was destroyed by the Arabs in 740 AD.Royal matrimonial relationships between the two states, and the trade relationships had a major impact on Goan society. Many of these groups spoke different Nagar Apabhramsha dialects,which could be seen as precursors of modern Gujarati.

Konkani and Gujarati have many words in common, not found in Marathi.
Konkani O (as opposed to Marathi A which is of different Prakrit origin), is similar to that in Gujarati.
The case terminations in Konkani lo, li, le, and Gujarati no, ni, ne have same Prakrit roots.
In bo ...more
Answered by Quest, 05 Mar '13 10:19 am

 
  
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