นรก

PaliEdit

Alternative formsEdit

NounEdit

นรก m

  1. Thai script form of naraka (“hell”)

DeclensionEdit


SanskritEdit

Alternative formsEdit

NounEdit

นรก (nárakam

  1. Thai script form of नरक (hell)

ThaiEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Pali naraka (abyss), from Sanskrit नरक (naraka, idem); possibly via Old Khmer naraka, naroka, °narraka, °nāraka (hell; purgatory). Cognate with Burmese နရက် (na.rak), Modern Khmer នរក (nɔrŭək), Lao ນະລົກ (na lok).

PronunciationEdit

Orthographicนรก
n r k
Phonemic
น-รก
n – r k
[bound form]
นะ-รก-
n a – r k –
[bound form]
นะ-รก-กะ-
n a – r k – k a –
RomanizationPaiboonná-rókná-rók-ná-rók-gà-
Royal Institutena-rokna-rok-na-rok-ka-
(standard) IPA(key)/na˦˥.rok̚˦˥/(R)/na˦˥.rok̚˦˥.//na˦˥.rok̚˦˥.ka˨˩./

NounEdit

นรก (ná-rók)

  1. (Buddhism, Hinduism) (classifier ขุม) naraka: realm in which beings are born and punished for the sins committed in previous lives.
  2. (figuratively) place, state, or cause of torment or misery.
  3. (theology, mythology) hell; purgatory; underworld; realm of the dead.
  4. (derogatory, offensive) disagreeable person; condemnable person; disgusting person.

SynonymsEdit

Synonyms

AdjectiveEdit

นรก (ná-rók) (abstract noun ความนรก)

  1. (slang, sometimes considered vulgar, derogatory or offensive) mischievous, malicious; ill, wicked; dangerous, harmful; deadly, fetal; ruinous, destructive; bad; imperfect.

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Derived terms

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