BEARY LANGUAGE, BEARY COMMUNITY, BEARY CULTURE, BEARY LITERATURE.Beary Basse (Beary language) is an Indian language mainly spoken by the Muslim communities mainly of "Karnataka (Dakshina Kannada and Udupi districts)" and some parts of Kerala ( "in some parts of Kasaragod district" ) who are known as Bearys (Byaris). Bearys speak a language made of Malayalam idioms with Tulu phonology and grammar. This dialect was traditionally known as Mappila Bashe because of Bearys' close contact with Mappilas. Due to the intensive influence of Tulu for centuries, it is today considered as a language close to both Tulu and Malayalam.On hearing it for the first time, a Malayali from Kasaragod district will feel some similarity to their language but not to a South Kerala Malayali.
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