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PaliEdit

Alternative formsEdit

NounEdit

สุก ?

  1. Thai script form of suka

ThaiEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Middle Chinese (MC d͡ʑɨuk̚, “ripe, cooked”). Cognate with Lao ສຸກ (suk), Shan သုၵ်း (súk), Ahom 𑜏𑜤𑜀𑜫 (suk), Zhuang sug. Compare Sui sog (ripe) and Proto-Hlai *sʰɯːk (> tɯːʔ⁷~tɯːk⁷~tɯaʔ⁷ across the different lects).

PronunciationEdit

Orthographic/Phonemicสุก
s u k
RomanizationPaiboonsùk
Royal Institutesuk
(standard) IPA(key)/suk̚˨˩/
Homophones

AdjectiveEdit

สุก (sùk) (abstract noun ความสุก)

  1. well-cooked.
  2. ripe.

VerbEdit

สุก (sùk) (abstract noun การสุก)

  1. (intr) to be cooked.
  2. (intr) to ripen.

Etymology 2Edit

From Pali suka (parrot). Compare Sanskrit शुक (śuka, parrot)

PronunciationEdit

Orthographic/Phonemicสุก
s u k
RomanizationPaiboonsùk
Royal Institutesuk
(standard) IPA(key)/suk̚˨˩/
Homophones

NounEdit

สุก (sùk)

  1. parrot.

Etymology 3Edit

PronunciationEdit

Orthographic/Phonemicสุก
s u k
RomanizationPaiboonsùk
Royal Institutesuk
(standard) IPA(key)/suk̚˨˩/
Homophones

VerbEdit

สุก (sùk) (abstract noun การสุก)

  1. to end turn in a traditional game called duat.

Etymology 4Edit

From Pali sukka (white; bright). Compare Sanskrit शुक्र (śukra, white; bright)

Alternative formsEdit

Alternative forms

PronunciationEdit

Orthographicสุก
s u k
Phonemic[bound form]
สุก-กะ-
s u k – k a –
RomanizationPaiboonsùk-gà-
Royal Institutesuk-ka-
(standard) IPA(key)/suk̚˨˩.ka˨˩./

AdjectiveEdit

สุก (sùk-gà-)

  1. white; bright; clean; good