WH-interrogatives plus a verb plus dubitative Ñ oo gives a structure which means `it doesn't matter wh-' or `no matter wh-' or `wh-ever (verb).'
¾Ö¹¯ Í¬ÂÄé ´Ô¥àÅØ»Ô Ç¬ÂÄé Þà¤Ø½¨ meetar evvalavu kaattradoo avvalavu kuduppeen `I will pay whatever amount the meter shows.' [`No matter what amount the meter shows, I will pay that amount']
This differs in meaning from wh-words plus concessive, e.g. ¾Ö¥¹¯ Í¬ÂÄé ´Ô¥ÜÆÔè£ Ç¬ÂÄé Þà¤Ø½¨ meetar evvalavu kaattnaalum avvalavu kuduppeen would mean `I will pay whatever the meter indicates, no matter how high it goes' whereas with Ñ oo it means `whatever it is, but not something else.' This might be in the context of a taxi driver demanding supplements and extras in excess of meter charges.