Had your lunch?- Uta aytha?
Had your breakfast?- Thindi aytha? or Tiffin aytha?
Had your dinner?- Uta aytha
These Phrases are used to enquire whether the apposite person had eaten something or not. These sentences used when you meet a known person, right after “Hi, How are you”.
Had?- Aytha? (“Aythu” when used without questioning tone)
your- Ninna ( “nimma” for elders and two or more persons)
Lunch/Dinner- Uta (In kannada there are no different words for ‘lunch’ and ‘dinner’)
Breakfast- Thindi (Tiffin)
Replies for the above phrases will be,
Yes, had.- Aythu
What about you- Nimdhu aytha?
No, still not- Illa innu agilla
I should have now- Illa ivaga madbeku
Come, lets have lunch- Banni, uta madona
lets have lunch later- amele uta madona
Let us have lunch together- Ellaru ottige uta madona