How much is this? : Dayavu cheythu / Dayavayi, or use English word “Please”. It enables you to type almost any language that uses the Latin, Cyrillic or Greek alphabets, and is free. Disclaimer: All efforts have been made to provide the accurate information about Kerala. : Nanni (pronounced: nan-ní), or use English word “Thank you” or “Thanks”. OR kurachu vellam tharumo? : Enikku ‘Malayalam’ samsaarikkan ariyilla / Malayalam ariyilla. Goodbye : Pinneedu kaananam (Vida) / Pinne kaanam / Veendum kaanaam (Literal meaning: I will see you again later), or say in English “Goodbye” / “Bye” / “Bye Bye”/ “Tata” / “Tata Bye Bye”. Hello. (Literaly, What all are there? Hello : namaskaram. / Peru entha? Copyright © 1998–2020 Simon Ager | Email: | Hosted by Kualo, http://www.jaimalayalam.com/vegam_vegam_malayalam.htm, http://www.languageshome.com/English-Malayalam.htm, Bite Size Languages - learn languages quickly, യാത്ര ശുഭമാകട്ടെ! Is there someone here who speaks English? contact me. മലയാളം (Malayalam) Welcome: സ്വാഗതം (swagatam) Hello (General greeting) നമസ്തേ (namastē) നമസ്കാരം (namaskaram) How are you? http://www.jaimalayalam.com/vegam_vegam_malayalam.htm Can we go for a movie? Shubha raathri. Drink. Kazhikkuka/tinnuka. If any copyright is violated, kindly inform and we will promptly remove the picture. (very formal, so the below informal form is common). Parichayappettathil valare santhosham. Following is the list of basic terms of communication in English which are converted in Malayalam Language. Phrases | Culture of Kerala : Kerala Guide : Kerala Govt Deparments : Kerala Lottery Results : Media : Blog : Contact Us : Sitemap :Disclaimer. The Basic Malayalam Phrases displayed in the table below are written in English on the left column, with the malayalam in audio clips on the right hand column. You’re welcome(greeting). Learning materials, Other collections of Malayalam phrases Thank you very much : orupadu nanni or Valare upakaram, or you can say in English, or repeat “Thank you” two times. (begging pardon) : Kshamikkoo or in English “Sorry” / “I am sorry”. Some of the pictures and copyright items belong to their respective owners. Omniglot is how I make my living. (literal: Can you give me a little water?). eval(ez_write_tag([[580,400],'omniglot_com-medrectangle-4','ezslot_3',141,'0','0'])); If you need to type in many different languages, the Q International Keyboard can help. : Kakkoos Evideyaanu? (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Kerala Hot Topics: Kerala Tourism : Kerala Holiday Packages 2017 : Hotels in Kerala : Kerala Destinations : Kerala Honeymoon Packages : Kerala Travel Packages, © 2017 All Rights Reserved. : Kshamikkanam Enikku manassilaayilla / manassilaayilla. / English ariyumo? (Literal meaning: Extremely delighted for you acquaintance) Please. : (formal) Swaagatham; (informal) varu varu / varanam varanam. Kazhikkum/tinnum. eval(ez_write_tag([[468,60],'omniglot_com-box-3','ezslot_1',148,'0','0'])); See these phrases Pinne enthaa! OR Njan ninne verukkunnu. ). Parichayappettathil valare santhosham. (say this if it was your fault), I’m sorry. How old are you? How are you? A collection of useful phrases in Malayalam. Kudikkuka (to drink) ), What is your name? in any combination of two languages in the Phrase Finder. (Kuli = bath, muri = room), Wake up  : Eneekku (slang) / Ezhunelku (informal)/ Dayavu cheythu Ezhunelku (as a request). I can’t speak Malayalam. Enikku sukhamaanu What is your name? : Ningalkethra vayassayi? : Kashttamayi Pooyi / Kashttamundu (when you listen to bad news), Don’t mind: Saaramilla, (say this if you are comforting sombody). (informal) : Aay or “a’ye”, You can use English “Hello” or “Hi”. Note: all links on this site to Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.fr are affiliate links. / Thangalude peru enthaanu? However we do not own any responsibility for the correctness or authenticity of the same. എങ്ങനുണ്ട് നിനക്ക്? Nannayirikkunnu Short Dialogues. I don’t know: Enikku ariyilla (r as in Rough). (getting attention) : sradhikyu / kshamikkanam onningottu nokkoo / or in English “Excuse me”.