ช่าง

See also: ช้าง

ThaiEdit

PronunciationEdit

Orthographicช่าง
d͡ʑ ˋ ā ŋ
Phonemic
ช่าง
d͡ʑ ˋ ā ŋ
ชั่ง
d͡ʑ ạ ˋ ŋ
RomanizationPaiboonchâangchâng
Royal Institutechangchang
(standard) IPA(key)/t͡ɕʰaːŋ˥˩/(R)/t͡ɕʰaŋ˥˩/(R)
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Etymology 1Edit

Alternative formsEdit

InterjectionEdit

ช่าง (châang)

  1. an expression to indicate that the speaker does not care about, mind, worry about, pay attention to, or have interest in someone or something.
  2. an expression to tell someone not to care about, mind, worry about, pay attention to, or have interest in someone or something.

VerbEdit

ช่าง (châang)

  1. to not care, mind, worry, pay attention, or have interest.

Etymology 2Edit

From Proto-Southwestern Tai *ɟaːŋᴮ² (artisan; skillful), from Middle Chinese (MC d͡zɨɐŋH, “craftsman, artisan”). Cognate with Northern Thai ᨩ᩵ᩣ᩠ᨦ, Khün ᨩ᩵ᩣ᩠ᨦ, Lao ຊ່າງ (sāng), ᦋᦱᧂᧈ (tsaang1), Shan ၸၢင်ႈ (tsāang), Phake ꩡင်, Ahom 𑜋𑜂𑜫 (chang), Zhuang cangh, Khmer ជាង (ciəng).

AdverbEdit

ช่าง (châang)

  1. quite; to a degree.
  2. in a skilful manner; in a manner showing a liking, affection, or preference.

NounEdit

ช่าง (châang)

  1. person skilled in something: artisan, craftsman, master, technician, etc.
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