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EtymologyEdit

From ครอบ (krɔ̂ɔp, to cover; to be over, to rest (over), to extend (over); to rule (over), to reign (over), to dominate; etc) +‎ ครอง (krɔɔng, to rule (over), to reign (over), to dominate; to maintain; to retain; to own, to possess; etc); ultimately from Old Khmer karap, garop, °garopa, garaup (cover) + groṅa, graṅa (to rule, to administer, to govern; to protect, to watch over). Compare Modern Khmer គ្របគ្រង (krupkrɔɔng).

PronunciationEdit

Orthographicครอบครอง
g r ɒ ɓ g r ɒ ŋ
Phonemicคฺรอบ-คฺรอง
g ̥ r ɒ ɓ – g ̥ r ɒ ŋ
RomanizationPaiboonkrɔ̂ɔp-krɔɔng
Royal Institutekhrop-khrong
(standard) IPA(key)/kʰrɔːp̚˥˩.kʰrɔːŋ˧/

VerbEdit

ครอบครอง (krɔ̂ɔp-krɔɔng) (abstract noun การครอบครอง or ความครอบครอง)

  1. (archaic) to govern; to administer; to rule; to control.
  2. (civil law) to possess: to have possession (of), as distinct from ownership.
  3. to hold; to possess; to own; to occupy.

NounEdit

ครอบครอง (krɔ̂ɔp-krɔɔng)

  1. (civil law) possession: actual holding or occupancy, as distinct from ownership.
  2. holding; possession; ownership; occupancy.

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