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THAI CHARACTER CHO CHING

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Translingual edit

Letter edit

  1. Cha, a letter of the Thai script.

Pali edit

Alternative forms edit

Numeral edit

(cha)

  1. Thai script form of cha (“six”)

Declension edit

Optionally indeclinable.

Thai edit

Etymology 1 edit

Borrowed from Pali cha (six).

Alternative forms edit

Pronunciation edit

Orthographic
t͡ɕʰ
Phonemic
ฉอ
t͡ɕʰ ɒ
ช่อ
d͡ʑ ˋ ɒ
ฉะ
t͡ɕʰ a
RomanizationPaiboonchɔ̌ɔchɔ̂ɔchà
Royal Institutechochocha
(standard) IPA(key)/t͡ɕʰɔː˩˩˦/(R)/t͡ɕʰɔː˥˩/(R)/t͡ɕʰaʔ˨˩/(R)
Homophonesฉ.ฉ้อ
ช่อ
Usage notes edit
  • Pronounced ฉะ (chà) when used in law.[1]

Adjective edit

(chɔ̌ɔ)

  1. sixth.

Numeral edit

(chɔ̌ɔ)

  1. six.
Derived terms edit

Etymology 2 edit

Pronunciation edit

 
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Orthographic
t͡ɕʰ
Phonemic
ฉอ
t͡ɕʰ ɒ
ฉอ ฉิ่ง
t͡ɕʰ ɒ    t͡ɕʰ i ˋ ŋ
RomanizationPaiboonchɔ̌ɔchɔ̌ɔ chìng
Royal Institutechocho ching
(standard) IPA(key)/t͡ɕʰɔː˩˩˦/(R)/t͡ɕʰɔː˩˩˦.t͡ɕʰiŋ˨˩/(R)
Homophonesฉ.

Letter edit

(chɔ̌ɔ)

  1. chɔ̌ɔ chìng (ฉิ่ง), the ninth consonant letter of the Thai alphabet
Usage notes edit

References edit

  1. ^ ราชบัณฑิตยสถาน (1997), “ภาษาทางกฎหมาย”, in คลังความรู้[1] (in Thai), กรุงเทพฯ: ราชบัณฑิตยสถาน, retrieved 2017-05-03