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Azhagiya adjectives Azhagiya adjectives

Topic started by S Jagadish (@ 202.88.172.88) on Tue May 6 12:06:53 EDT 2003.
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I've noticed a queer trend in tamil film song lyrics where positive adjectives like azhagu are attributed to objects which would normally be presumed to be farthest from that kind of description. Vairamuthu's Azhagaana Raatchasiye from Mudhalvan was the first one which seemed odd. A recent one is Azhagiya Asura from Whistle. Not sure who the lyricist is for this one. Assuming that today's kids do read Amar Chitra Katha etc., I'm sure they'll be baffled to see hideous looking creatures being called Asuras and Raakshasas. Can you think of other such adjective-noun combos?


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