สัตว์

ThaiEdit

Alternative formsEdit

animal
interjection

EtymologyEdit

From Sanskrit सत्त्व (sattva, animal; living being, creature; demon, ghost, spirit; life; energy; etc); probably via Old Khmer សត្វ (satva, idem). Cognate with Modern Khmer សត្វ (sat), សត្ត (sɑttɑɑ); Lao ສັດ (sat); Northern Thai ᩈᩢᨲ᩠ᩅ᩺; ᦶᦉᧆ (ṡaed); Shan သတ်ႉတဝႃႇ (sâ̰t tǎ wàa); Burmese သတ္တဝါ (satta.wa).

PronunciationEdit

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

NounEdit

สัตว์ (sàt)

  1. animal.
    1. member of the kingdom Animalia.
    2. living being other than human.
    3. (figuratively) brutish or beastlike person; inhuman person.
    4. (slang, derogatory, offensive) (อี~, ไอ้~) despicable person; disagreeable person; contemptible person.
    5. a particular type of person or thing.
  2. being; creature; living thing.

Derived termsEdit

Derived terms

AdverbEdit

สัตว์ (sàt)

  1. (slang, vulgar, offensive) extremely; very.

InterjectionEdit

สัตว์ (sàt)

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