What does the Tamil word Neranja mean

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common wordIndian originalExplanationAvatarअवतार, avatāraThe literal meaning is the descending one and denotes a god who takes the form of a man or an animal (from Sanskrit)Aryansआर्य, āryaThe literal meaning is Nobler (from Sanskrit)Ashramआश्म, āśramaThe word denotes a monastery-like meditation center and actually means Place of exertion. (from Sanskrit)Bhagwanभगवत्, bhagavat(Nom. Sing .: bhagavan)Bhagwan is the term for Lord (also God) in India and literally translated means: "the one who has happiness or bliss". In Germany, however, the term is mostly used for Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh, who bestowed this title on himself. (from Sanskrit)bungalowবাংলো, bāṃloThe name for a low-rise house in the Bengali style was given by the British colonial rulers. (originally Bengali)Chakraचक्र, chakraHuman energy centers, literally: wheel (from Sanskrit)Chutneyचटनी, caṭnīfrom English, spicy sauce of Indian cuisine (originally Hindi)curryfrom English, Kari means sauce (originally Tamil)jungleजंगल, yesgalThe word for the tropical swamp forest comes from the Hindi in English. Jangal means there wilderness.Dinghyডিঙ্গি / ডিঙি, ḍiṅgi / ḍiṅicomes from English from Bengali: small boat that is carried on a larger ship or is attached to it.Gulliगूल, gūlDrain. In Hindi: irrigation canal.guruगुरु, guruSpiritual teacher (from Sanskrit)Himalayasहिमालय, himālayaAsian mountains, lit .: Place of snow (from Sanskrit)Kohlकाजल, kājalBlack paint (Hindi) used as a cosmetic to frame the eyes.catamaranகட்ட மரம், kaṭṭa maramIn German a sailboat with a double hull. In Tamil literally: tree trunks tied together.khakiख़ाकी, khākīThis Hindi adjective means dusty or earthy color and comes from Persian hook (= Dust) back.penकुली, kulīThis Hindi word means porter. The linguistic origin of the term seems controversial, however, as it is sometimes derived from the Chinese syllables ku li.Maharajaमहाराज, mahārājaMaharaja means literally Grand Duke and derives from the words maha (= large) and raja (= Ruler) here. (from Sanskrit)Mandalaमण्डल, maṇḍalaThe word mandala comes from Sanskrit and means something like circle.mangoமாங்காய்,derives from the Tamil or Malayalam word for the fruit and was adopted by the Portuguese.Mantraमन्त्र, mantraThe word mantra literally means "instrument of thought, speech" and in meditation denotes a short sequence of words that is recited (from Sanskrit)Nirvanaनिर्वाण, nirvāṇaTo have reached nirvana is to have overcome the cycle of rebirth; literally: Not-labor (from Sanskrit)orangeनारङ्ग, nāraṅgaḥThe word originally comes from Sanskrit and means Orange tree. It came into German in chronological order via Persian nārang, Arabic nāranj, Spanish naranja, late Latin arangia, Italian arancia or arancio and old French orenge.pariahOf parayan: Member of an untouchable caste (originally Tamil)Pajamasपजामा, pajāmā;
also पाजामा, pājāmāThe word for the two-piece pajamas comes from Urdu and Hindi in English. Pajama is a pair of trousers tied loosely around the waist.Punchपाँच, pāñcThe drink is named after its five (panc) basic ingredients. (Hindi)sariसड़ी, saṛīGarment for women (Hindi)shampooचाँपो,The word probably comes from the Hindi chāmpo (चाँपो), in the imperative form “chāmpnā” (चाँपना / tʃãːpnaː /), “knead, massage”.swastikaस्वस्तिक, svastikaThe literal meaning of the swastika symbol is see below = good and asti = it is; also "to be happy" (from Sanskrit)verandaবারান্দা, bārāndā(Bengali), (Hindi)yogaयोग, yogaThe word is related to the German word Joch and means Union, tensing, harnessing (from Sanskrit). Yoga is an umbrella term for various paths and techniques that deal with the relationship between the individual and the divine.