พาน

ThaiEdit

PronunciationEdit

Orthographic/Phonemicพาน
b ā n
RomanizationPaiboonpaan
Royal Institutephan
(standard) IPA(key)/pʰaːn˧/(R)
Homophones

Etymology 1Edit

From Old Chinese (OC *baːn, “tray”). Cognate with Lao ພານ (phān), Tai Dam ꪝꪱꪙ or ꪟꪱꪙ, Burmese ဗန်း (ban:, tray), Shan ပၢၼ်ႉ (pâ̰an, tray), and possibly Khmer ពាន (piən) (Pou and Jenner, 1980-1981).

Alternative formsEdit

Alternative forms
 
two-tiered phan containing a sword on a pillow

NounEdit

พาน (paan)

  1. phan, an ornamental tray used for containing sacred things.
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Etymology 2Edit

VerbEdit

พาน (paan) (abstract noun การพาน)

  1. to meet; to see; to encounter; to face; to confront.
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Etymology 3Edit

VerbEdit

พาน (paan) (abstract noun การพาน)

  1. (archaic) to lie against, to lie in the way (of); to impede; to obstruct; to prevent; to bar.
  2. (archaic) to cause to do so.

Etymology 4Edit

NounEdit

พาน (paan)

  1. part; section.
  2. (of a breast) base; lower part.
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Etymology 5Edit

VerbEdit

พาน (paan) (abstract noun การพาน)

  1. (chiefly in combination) to court; to woo.
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