บัลลังก์

ThaiEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Pali pallaṅka (couch; sofa); probably via Old Khmer °pallaṅa, pālaṃṅa (throne). Compare Lao ບັນລັງ (ban lang), Modern Khmer បល្លង្ក (pallang), បល្ល័ង្ក (pallang); Sanskrit पल्यङ्क (palyaṅka), पर्यङ्क (paryaṅka).

PronunciationEdit

Orthographicบัลลังก์
ɓ ạ l l ạ ŋ k ʻ
Phonemic
บัน-ลัง
ɓ ạ n – l ạ ŋ
RomanizationPaiboonban-lang
Royal Instituteban-lang
(standard) IPA(key)/ban˧.laŋ˧/(R)

NounEdit

บัลลังก์ (ban-lang)

  1. throne:
    1. seat occupied by a sovereign or other exalted personage; the office or dignity of such person.
    2. (figuratively) any dignified seat, especially of a person in authority or person holding first place in competition; the office or dignity of such person.
  2. bench: seat occupied by a judicial officer; the office or dignity of a judicial officer; the judicial officer himself.
  3. (architecture) harmika.

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VerbEdit

บัลลังก์ (ban-lang) (abstract noun การบัลลังก์)

  1. to sit cross-legged.

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