Sexprone in kannada language
The vernacular Prakrit-speaking people may have come into contact with Kannada speakers, thus influencing their language, even before Kannada was used for administrative or liturgical purposes.
Kannada phonetics, morphology, vocabulary, grammar and syntax show significant influence from these languages.
On the Pallava Prakrit inscription of 250 CE of Hire Hadagali's Shivaskandavarman, the Kannada word k OTe transforms into ko TTa.
In the 350 CE Chandravalli Prakrit inscription, words of Kannada origin like punaa Ta, pu Na Da have been used.
350–370) found at Tagarthi (Tyagarthi) in Shikaripura taluk of Shimoga district is of 350 CE and is also older than the Halmidi inscription.
He mentions Ariake Sadinon meaning Aryaka Satakarni and Baithana as capital of Siro(e) P(t)olmaios, i.e., Sri Pulimayi clearly indicating his knowledge of the Satavahana kings.
The word Pulimayi means One with body of Tiger in Kannada, which bears testimony to the possible Kannada origin of Satavahana kings.
He mentions Malippala (Malpe) a coastal town of Karnataka.
In this work Larika and Kandaloi are identified as Rastrika and Kuntala.