You must have already packed some vocabulary words related to everyday life up your sleeves for your trip to India. However, we have brought some fresh content on Malayalam moods and emotions vocab to make your tour even better.
When you land in India, a diverse country filled with unique cultures, you will surely go through a roller coaster of emotions and feelings (which might become overwhelming!). Be it the busy restaurants or the crowded markets, you never know when your mood swings will kill your vibe. But we all know that expressing emotions is always helpful to calm ourselves down. Thus, to help you express your feelings with clarity, this blog is filled with all the vocab related to emotion and well-being you need. If you want to learn Malayalam, let’s begin right away!
Reasons To Learn Malayalam?
Learning a new language can be a hassle before your trip. However, imagine you are at a place where you cannot express the sadness, anger, or even happiness that you are going through in the native language. Frustrating right? Thus, it would be best if you had vocabulary words to let go of the emotions. Down below are some solid reasons that will answer your questions even better!
- The first reason is to express your thoughts clearly. No matter where you go, different moods and emotions can lead to a full-blown conversation. So, to make your trip relaxing, you should know when to speak and in which language. Learning a few words and sentences related to emotions will help you get more comfortable.
- Another reason that one should learn Malayalam words is that it gives a boost of confidence. You will no longer rely on Google Translate for expressing your emotions, especially not in times of fear or anger.
- Lastly, the most rewarding factor of knowing a new language is that it will get you friends in a new country. Making friends can be challenging when you do not understand each other. And the first step to understanding each other’s feelings is expressing your emotions. Thus, when you start talking in the native language, you will surely impress the locals and make new relations.
What Are Moods?
Coming to the main course, what are moods exactly?
Moods do not refer to intense emotions or strong feelings. It is an affective state that can be negative or positive. They are not very specific, unlike emotions or feelings. Moods can generally last for short to a very long period.
Moods In Malayalam
The translation of the word Moods in Malayalam is മാനസികാവസ്ഥകൾ (pronounced as mānasikāvasthakaḷ). To refer to a particular Mood, we can use the word മാനസികാവസ്ഥ (mānasikāvastha).
Emotions And Feelings
Talking about emotions, they are much more intense and object-specific than moods. They are usually short-lived and directed towards a particular thing at a time, unlike moods that can be pretty vague and stable. At the same time, feelings are made up of a specific emotion. And when a cluster of feelings develop together, we enter a particular mood. Thus, happy emotions can lead to a positive mood and vice versa.
In Malayalam, “emotions” is pronounced as വികാരങ്ങൾ (vikāraṅṅaḷ), and “Feelings” is pronounced as തോന്നൽ (tēānnal). Sometimes both the words are referred to as vikāraṅṅaḷ.
Basic Malayalam Moods And Emotions Vocab
Now that we know what moods, emotions, and feelings are, this section will guide us through some of the primary emotions we feel daily. Later on, we will discover more elements of feelings under different emotions with the proper translation of English words. So buckle up as we go through the best words to use when speaking with the locals!
1. Happiness സന്തോഷം
Happiness, pronounced as santēāṣaṁ in Malayalam, is a must-know word. santēāṣaṁ is the state where one experiences a calm and subtle feeling. When visiting India, you will be happily surrounded by unique cultural objects. It will help describe the serenity you would feel as a person.
2. Sadness ദുഃഖം
The opposite of happiness is what we call ദുഃഖം. It is pronounced as duḥkhaṁ, and the word “sad” is also pronounced as ദുഃഖകരമായ duḥkhakaramāya. It is one negative emotion that we dislike. Every adult feels this emotion at least once a day. It happens due to harmful and sudden disastrous situations one is not expecting to face.
3. Anger ദേഷ്യം
Anger, pronounced as dēṣyaṁ in the native language, is a solid and intense emotion. From getting yelled at by a stranger to being disheartened by your loved ones, all these situations can make us feel angry, upset, and sad. Especially when traveling to a new country, dēṣyaṁ will become a constant status due to uncertain events besides happiness and excited moods.
4. Confusion ആശയക്കുഴപ്പം
Another widespread feeling that we all go through at the stage of adulthood is ആശയക്കുഴപ്പം. Confusion, which is pronounced as āśayakkuḻappaṁ, is a standard status we all go through in our life. From small things like what to eat or drink to when to get married and get a job, confusion will never leave us alone. We all respond to new situations with āśayakkuḻappaṁ, and it is a natural process.
5. Fear ഭയം
One thing that will ultimately accompany you during your travel is ഭയം or bhayaṁ. With a new environment, new company, and new food, fear or bhayaṁ is only natural to feel. Especially if you are traveling alone, the body of fear will take a toll on you. However, learning these words will help you express and release your fear and tensions.
6. Excitement ആവേശം
It is impossible not to be excited at times when you are about to experience the best days of your life. I am pretty sure that is what you must feel right now. Thus, learn the word ആവേശം, pronounced as āvēśaṁ, and let your emotions be heard. Show the locals that you are excited to visit India and its finest states.
7. Disgust വെറുപ്പ്
The feeling that makes you walk away from a person who is offensive and rude is what we call വെറുപ്പ് or veṟupp. In this modern world, we feel such an emotion quite often. Sometimes it can be a stranger, and sometimes it can also be your loved ones. It is a response to a wrong reality that we cannot escape.
8. Surprise ആശ്ചര്യം
The first thing you are going to be once you land is Surprised. In Malayalam, we call it ആശ്ചര്യം, which is pronounced as āścaryaṁ. From the local attires to beautiful monuments, you are sure to drop your jaws in awe. Fun fact: surprising elements in India is a never-ending situation.
9. Anticipation കാത്തിരിപ്പ്
Another important word that we need to know is കാത്തിരിപ്പ്. kāttiripp, which means anticipation, is one of the most common emotions we all feel while facing new situations. And since you are visiting a country so diverse and tremendously cultured, kāttiripp must be at its peak. Even when you speak to locals and learn about their traditions, you feel the kāttiripp rising within you. So, prepare yourself to visit a world you have never seen.
10. Nervous നാഡീവ്യൂഹം
The last primary emotion that one cannot escape is നാഡീവ്യൂഹം, pronounced as nāḍīvyūhaṁ. Nervousness is rooted in our systems, and no matter how grown up you are, it will always follow you around. From having a conversation with a stranger to stepping into a huge airport, we all know nāḍīvyūhaṁ becomes a pain in our shoulders.
Different Feelings And Emotions Vocabulary Words
In this section, we will learn more words and synonyms under different categories related to feelings to expand our vocabulary reach.
|Free||സൗ ജന്യം||sa jan’yaṁ|
|Inspired||പ്രചോദനം നൽകി||pracēādanaṁ nalki|
|Heartbroken||ഹൃദയം തകർന്നു||hr̥dayaṁ takarnnu|
Extra Malayalam Vocab
|Stressed||സമ്മർദ്ദം ചെലുത്തി||sam’marddaṁ celutti|
Everyday Malayalam Phrases To Practice
Here we will learn phrases that will help you communicate and practice the words more accurately. Try them with the locals during your conversations.
|I feel sad||എനിക്ക് സങ്കടം തോന്നുന്നു||enikk saṅkaṭaṁ tēānnunnu|
|I was so happy last night||ഇന്നലെ രാത്രി ഞാൻ വളരെ സന്തോഷവാനായിരുന്നു||innale rātri ñān vaḷare santēāṣavānāyirunnu|
|I am very nervous||ഞാൻ വളരെ പരിഭ്രാന്തനാണ്||ñān vaḷare paribhrāntanāṇ|
|Are you upset?||നിങ്ങൾ അസ്വസ്ഥനാണോ?||niṅṅaḷ asvasthanāṇēā?|
|I feel guilty for what I did||ഞാൻ ചെയ്തതിൽ എനിക്ക് കുറ്റബോധം തോന്നുന്നു||ñān ceytatil enikk kuṟṟabēādhaṁ tēānnunnu|
|Your house makes me excited||നിങ്ങളുടെ വീട് എന്നെ ആവേശഭരിതനാക്കുന്നു||niṅṅaḷuṭe vīṭ enne āvēśabharitanākkunnu|
|Exams make me anxious||പരീക്ഷകൾ എന്നെ ഉത്കണ്ഠാകുലനാക്കുന്നു||parīkṣakaḷ enne utkaṇṭhākulanākkunnu|
|I am so jealous of her||എനിക്ക് അവളോട് വല്ലാത്ത അസൂയയാണ്||enikk avaḷēāṭ vallātta asūyayāṇ|
|You look tensed||നിങ്ങൾ ടെൻഷനായി കാണുന്നു||niṅṅaḷ ṭenṣanāyi kāṇunnu|
|Books bring joy in my life||പുസ്തകങ്ങൾ എന്റെ ജീവിതത്തിൽ സന്തോഷം നൽകുന്നു||pustakaṅṅaḷ enṟe jīvitattil santēāṣaṁ nalkunnu|
|The weather is so gloomy||കാലാവസ്ഥ വളരെ ഇരുണ്ടതാണ്||kālāvastha vaḷare iruṇṭatāṇ|
|I feel sleepy||എനിക്ക് ഉറക്കം വരുന്നു||enikk uṟakkaṁ varunnu|
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