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EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Sanskrit सत्त्व (sattva); probably via Old Khmer satva (anima; being, living creature). Cognate with Modern Khmer សត្វ (sat), សត្ត (sɑttɑɑ); Lao ສັດ (sat), ᦶᦉᧆ (ṡaed), Burmese သတ္တဝါ (satta.wa).

PronunciationEdit

Orthographicสัตว์
s ạ t w ʻ
Phonemicสัด
s ạ ɗ
RomanizationPaiboonsàt
Royal Institutesat
(standard) IPA(key)/sat̚˨˩/
Homophones

NounEdit

สัตว์ (sàt)

  1. animal.
  2. being; living creature.
  3. (slang, derogatory, offensive) (อี~, ไอ้~) despicable or disagreeable person.

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AdverbEdit

สัตว์ (sàt)

  1. (slang and vulgar) extremely; very.

InterjectionEdit

สัตว์ (sàt)

  1. (vulgar) (อี~, ไอ้~) an exclamation of anger, contempt, disapproval, discontent, disgust, dismay, rejection, or surprise.