ราช

PaliEdit

Alternative formsEdit

NounEdit

ราช (rāja)

  1. Thai script form of rāja, which is vocative singular of ราชนฺ (rājan, king)
  2. Thai script form of rāja, which is combining form of ราชนฺ (rājan, king)

ThaiEdit

Alternative formsEdit

Alternative forms

EtymologyEdit

From Old Khmer រាជ (rāja), រាជ្ជ (rājja), រាច (rāca), រជ (raja, king, prince, paramount chief; royal, sovereign, paramount), from Sanskrit राज (rāja, idem) or Pali rāja (idem). Cognate with Modern Khmer រាជ (riəc).

PronunciationEdit

Orthographicราช
r ā d͡ʑ
Phonemic
ราด
r ā ɗ
[bound form]
ราด-ชะ-
r ā ɗ – d͡ʑ a –
RomanizationPaiboonrâatrâat-chá-
Royal Instituteratrat-cha-
(standard) IPA(key)/raːt̚˥˩/(R)/raːt̚˥˩.t͡ɕʰa˦˥./
Homophones

NounEdit

ราช (râat)

  1. king: male monarch or sovereign.
  2. (elegant) chief, lord, master, especially male one.

Related termsEdit

Related terms

AdjectiveEdit

ราช (râat)

  1. royal.

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