ทรัพย์

ThaiEdit

Alternative formsEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Pre-Angkorian Old Khmer ទ្រវ្យ (dravya, asset; possession; property; wealth; valuable; etc), from Sanskrit द्रव्य (dravya, object; substance; thing; etc). Cognate with Modern Khmer ទ្រព្យ (trŏəp).

PronunciationEdit

Orthographicทรัพย์
d r ạ b y ʻ
Phonemic
ซับ
z ạ ɓ
RomanizationPaiboonsáp
Royal Institutesap
(standard) IPA(key)/sap̚˦˥/(R)
Homophonesซับ

NounEdit

ทรัพย์ (sáp)

  1. money; valuable object, valuable thing; wealth, fortune, treasure; asset, property, possession, belonging.
  2. (law, perhaps first used in the Civil and Commercial Code of Siam, promulgated on 11 November 1923) thing: corporeal object, as distinguished from ทรัพย์สิน (sáp-sǐn, property: corporeal or incorporeal object).
  3. (law, loosely, chiefly found in combination) property: corporeal or incorporeal object.
  4. (law, chiefly found in combination) estate: all the money and property owned by a particular person; individual item, article, or piece thereof.

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DescendantsEdit

  • Northern Thai: ᨴᩕᩢᨻ᩠ᨿ᩺
  • Lao: ຊັບ (sap)