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Beary Bashe (Beary language) is a dialect mainly spoken by the Muslim communities of Dakshina Kannada and Udupi districts of Karnataka known as Bearys (Byaris) and a small number of Hindus in the District of Kasargod in Kerala state. Bearys spoke a language made of Malayalam idioms with Tulu phonology and grammar. This dialect was traditionally known as Mappila Malayalam because of Bearys' close contact with Mappilas. Due to vast influence of Tulu for centuries, it is today considered as a language, close to both Malayalam and Tulu.
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