Thai edit

Alternative forms edit

Etymology edit

From Pali orasa (begotten; legitimate; inborn, innate; own; etc, literally produced from one's breast; belonging to one's breast), from urasa (idem).

Cognate with Lao ໂອຣົດ (ʼō rot), ໂອລົດ (ʼō lot), Khmer ឱរស (ʼaôrôs).

Pronunciation edit

Orthographicโอรส
o ɒ r s
Phonemic
โอ-รด
o ɒ – r ɗ
[bound form]
โอ-รด-
o ɒ – r ɗ –
[bound form]
โอ-ระ-สะ-
o ɒ – r a – s a –
RomanizationPaiboonoo-rótoo-rót-oo-rá-sà-
Royal Instituteo-roto-rot-o-ra-sa-
(standard) IPA(key)/ʔoː˧.rot̚˦˥/(R)/ʔoː˧.rot̚˦˥.//ʔoː˧.ra˦˥.sa˨˩./

Noun edit

โอรส (oo-rót) (classifier พระองค์ or องค์)

  1. (royal) (พระ~, พระราช~, ราช~) son.

Derived terms edit

See also edit