In Tamil, honorifics (Tamil: முறை) muṟai, governs daily speech and register of both written and spoken communication. Traditionally, Tamil has been classified into two registers viz. செந்தமிழ் (Centamiḻ) meaning 'classical' or 'pure ' Tamil and கொடுந்தமிழ் (Koṭuntamiḻ) meaning 'corrupt' Tamil, a huge feature of this difference is honorifics. Tamil honorifics usually are suffixes, although prefixes are not uncommon.
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