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'Posil' ('hosilu') was introduced into Tamil from Kannada and colloquial Tamil uses this word as 'Vaayil'.

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Influences of other languages such as Prakrit and Pali can also be found in the Kannada language. Narayana claims that many tribal languages which are now designated as Kannada dialects could be nearer to the earlier form of the language, with lesser influence from other languages.

The scholar Iravatham Mahadevan indicated that Kannada was already a language of rich oral tradition earlier than the 3rd century BCE, and based on the native Kannada words found in Prakrit inscriptions of that period, Kannada must have been spoken by a widespread and stable population. The sources of influence on literary Kannada grammar appear to be three-fold: Pāṇini's grammar, non-Paninian schools of Sanskrit grammar, particularly Katantra and Sakatayana schools, and Prakrit grammar.

In some 3rd–1st century BCE Tamil inscriptions, words of Kannada influence such as 'nalliyooraa', 'kavu Di' and 'posil' have been introduced.

The use of the vowel 'a' as an adjective is not prevalent in Tamil but its usage is available in Kannada.

Literary Prakrit seems to have prevailed in Karnataka since ancient times.

The vernacular Prakrit speaking people may have come into contact with Kannada speakers, thus influencing their language, even before Kannada was used for administrative or liturgical purposes.

In the 150 CE Prakrit book Gaathaa Saptashati, written by Haala Raja, Kannada words like t Ir or Teer (meaning to be able), tuppa, pe TTu, po TTu, po TTa, pi TTu (meaning to strike), Pode (Hode) have been used.

On the Pallava Prakrit inscription of 250 CE of Hire Hadagali's Shivaskandavarman, the Kannada word k OTe transforms into ko TTa.

Mahadevan feels that some grammatical categories found in these inscriptions are also unique to Kannada rather than Tamil.

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