In English, it means “to break through the surface of”, or “to be able to come out” or “be able to make a connection with”.
In Tamil, it’s “tikasu” or the word for “thousand”.
Translation by the Oxford English Dictionary, a global reference, which uses words such as “takk” for “break through”, “jana” for the word “sun”, “hiram” for a word for a person, “nagalur” for an animal and “pata” for anything to make something stand out.
In Tamil, the word is known as Tikasuram.
In English, the term is “tahasukt”.
Tamil has been known as a language for centuries, but the first written record of its use is from the early 14th century.
The word takkala (literally “to come out”) was also a swearword in Tamil, but it was used by a number of different people.
In the late 15th century, for example, a Tamil king wrote that a man should “be as clean as the air”.
This is what the earliest known reference to takkasuram is from: a letter written by a man called Bikkusananda in the 15th Century.
This is the first recorded use of takka in Tamil.
“Tamil was the first language that I have studied to study history, culture and history.
I also have studied a lot of languages, such as Hindi, Gujarati, Marathi, Bengali, Pashto and so on,” says Jai Prakash, a historian and Tamil scholar at the National University of Singapore.
But there are many other similarities.
“Tamil is a language with a rich history and culture.
It is a dialect of Indo-European Indo-Aryan languages.
And that is also why the Tamil word taksalam is also known in other languages,” says Prakaras.
Tamil began to spread throughout Asia in the 14th Century, when it was introduced by Portuguese traders in the Bay of Bengal.
By the early 15th and 16th centuries, it was also used by people in India, including the Tamil kings.
It was also popular in the Middle East and Europe, where it is used today, but also by the Portuguese in the 16th century and in Japan.
Tamil also began to be used as a foreign language, and it has been used for many languages, including German, French, Spanish, Italian, German, Russian and Japanese.
In the 1680s, a group of scholars called the Indo-Chinese scholars started studying Tamil to study the language.
The aim was to find out whether it was a language of Indo/Aryan or other languages.
The Indo-China scholars found out that Tamil is the language of the Indo/ Aryan language family, which is known by the Latin name Sanskrit, and that it was spoken in parts of India, Southeast Asia and Central Asia.
They also found that the languages of the region were similar to those of Southeast Asia.
At that time, Sanskrit was the language spoken in India.
Today, Tamil has become the lingua franca of Tamil Nadu, the most populous state in India with more than 4.5 million people.
“The word Tamil is used in several languages in India,” says Professor Sankar Giri, professor at the Indian Institute of Technology in Bangalore.
A lot of Tamil literature, for instance, is written in Hindi, a language widely spoken in the country.
Other languages that are spoken in Tamil include Telugu, the language that was spoken by the northern Indian tribes, and Kannada, the languages spoken by Tamil’s majority communities in Tamil Nadu.
Some historians say that the word taka-salam, which means “I come out”, is derived from a Sanskrit word, taka meaning “to reveal” and salam meaning “come”.
It has also been used to refer to the Hindu goddess Kausalya.
And then there are some words that are very similar.
The word jana means “sun” or a person.
There are also words that have a similar meaning in other countries, such a word to describe a person’s face, or a word meaning “one who is beautiful”.
The word “kamala” means “a kind of flower” and is also a reference to the Tamil Goddess, Kamalaka.
Kamala is the goddess of the moon.
Prakaram, an Indian writer and philosopher, also wrote a poem about the goddess.
Another poem in his book, “Tamils A Short History of Language”, says: “I had the same dream.
I saw a beautiful woman in a golden mask standing at the foot of a hill, and then I saw that the sky was full of