Tamil equivalent for any English text
· You can generate Tamil equivalent for any English text using Azhagi.
· Just because 'tr' is mapped to 'üü', it
does not mean you can't transliterate the name
of a person like 'Patrick' properly. Typing 'pEtrik' gives you '§ÀüÈ¢ì' only but you can
always type 'pETrik' or 'pETric' or 'paeTric' to achieve what you wanted exactly. i.e.
typing 'pETrik' will give you the intended '§ÀðÃ¢ì' . Here capital 'T' has been used
judiciously to get what you wanted. Some more examples: bandham, banDham,
bandHam, EndhaanO, EnDhaanO - these 5 English words produce Àó¾õ, Àý¾õ,
Àýð†õ, ²ó¾¡§É¡, ²ý¾¡§É¡ respectively. Well, I can't provide an
exhaustive list of the judicious use of capital letters. The thing to be noted is that
you can generate Tamil equivalent for any English text. In case you are unable to do it
(in rare cases) in TT, you can always resort to NTT.
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