ศิลปศาสตร์

ThaiEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Sanskrit शिल्प (śilpa, art; crafts; etc.) + शास्त्र (śāstra, art; science; etc.).

PronunciationEdit

Orthographicศิลปศาสตร์
ɕ i l p ɕ ā s t r ʻ
Phonemic
สิน-ละ-ปะ-สาด
s i n – l a – p a – s ā ɗ
RomanizationPaiboonsǐn-lá-bpà-sàat
Royal Institutesin-la-pa-sat
(standard) IPA(key)/sin˩˩˦.la˦˥.pa˨˩.saːt̚˨˩/(R)

NounEdit

ศิลปศาสตร์ (sǐn-lá-bpà-sàat)

  1. liberal arts (the academic course of instruction intended to provide general knowledge and usually comprising the arts, humanities, natural sciences, and social sciences, as opposed to professional or technical subjects).
  2. the arts traditionally taught prior to the time of Gautama Buddha, usually consisting of the following eighteen branches:
    1. archaeology;
    2. archery;
    3. art of war;
    4. astrology;
    5. commerce;
    6. crafts;
    7. custom (usual way of acting in given circumstances);
    8. grammar;
    9. history;
    10. incantation;
    11. interpretation of sounds or voices of human beings and animals;
    12. law;
    13. mathematics;
    14. medicine;
    15. oratory (art of speaking);
    16. performing arts;
    17. physical exercise;
    18. poetry.

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