adjective, noun, plural Ca·na·rese.
noun, plural Ka·na·rese.
Origin of Kanarese
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The name is derived from the Canarese okkalu,103 which means cultivation or agriculture.
They speak a very corrupt form of Tamil, mixed with Canarese.
The Canarese potters in South Canara, in making pots, use the ordinary wheel, which is rotated by means of a long stick.
Moreover, a very large proportion of the Chakkiliyans speak Telugu and Canarese.
The marriage rites are a blend of the Canarese and Telugu types.