เจ้า

ThaiEdit

Etymology 1Edit

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

เจ้า

  1. a monarch.
  2. a royal person.
  3. a god; diety.
  4. a priest.
  5. a lord; master; chief; head; leader; ruler.
  6. a term of respect applicable to the aforementioned persons, usually added before or after their names or titles.
  7. (historical) a title given to a prince or princess of Lan Na.
  8. (colloquial) a title given to a prince or princess holding the rank of หม่อมเจ้า.
  9. (colloquial) a title given to a person of lower status or to a child.
  10. an owner.
  11. a seller; vendor, merchant.
  12. an expert; specialist.

ClassifierEdit

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  1. a classifier for persons.
    • มีลูกค้ามาสามเจ้า
      There are three customers.

Etymology 2Edit

PronunciationEdit

AdverbEdit

เจ้า

  1. (Northern Thai dialect) used by females to express affirmation, assent, agreement, acceptance, or acknowledgement.

PronounEdit

เจ้า

  1. (archaic) a second or third person pronoun, used to address a person of lower status or younger person.
  2. (Northern Thai dialect) a first person pronoun, employed by females.

ParticleEdit

เจ้า

  1. (Northern Thai dialect) a particle used at the end of a sentence, employed by females.
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