See also: တီ and ထိ

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တိ (ti.)

  1. to pare off in order to make even, to cut off a little bit and evenly[1]

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  1. ^ တိ” in The Judson Burmese–English Dictionary (Rangoon: American Baptist Mission Press 1921), page 480.

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Etymology edit

From Proto-Mon-Khmer *t₁iʔ ~ *t₁ih ~ *t₁iəh (earth; soil). Cognate to Bahnar teh, Khmer ដី (dəy), Semai tiiq, Khmu pəte, Khasi pyrthei.[1]

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တိ (ti)[1]

  1. earth[3]
    Synonym: တိဇၞော်
  2. soil

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References edit

  1. 1.0 1.1 Peiros, Ilia (1998) Comparative Linguistics in Southeast Asia (Pacific Linguistics. Series C-142)‎[1], Canberra: Pacific Linguistics, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, The Australian National University, →ISBN, page 251
  2. ^ Sujaritlak Deepadung (1996) “Mon at Nong Duu, Lamphun Province”, in Mon-Khmer Studies[2], volume 26, page 415 of 411–418
  3. ^ Haswell, J. M. (1874) Grammatical Notes and Vocabulary of the Peguan Language[3], Rangoon: American Mission Press, page 69

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  1. Burmese script form of ti (thus)
    • c. 50 BC, ဆဋ္ဌသင်္ဂီတိပိဋကံ သုတ္တန္တပိဋကေ ဒီဃနိကာယေ သီလက္ခန္ဓဝဂ္ဂပါဋိ [Sixth Council Tipitaka: Sutta Pitaka: Digha Nikaya: Silakkhandha-vagga]‎[4], published 2010, page 171 (၁၇၁):
      ဧဝမ္ပိ သိက္ခာ ဧကာ သညာ ဥပ္ပဇ္ဇတိ၊ သိက္ခာ ဧကာ သညာ နိရုဇ္ဈတိ။ အယမ္ပိ သိက္ခာတိ ဘဂဝါ အဝေါစ။
      evampi sikkhā ekā saññā uppajjati. sikkhā ekā saññā nirujjhati. ayampi sikkhāti bhagavā avoca.
      'Thus also is it that through training one idea, one sort of consciousness, arises; and through training another passes away. This is the training I spoke of', said the Exalted One.

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တိ (ti)

  1. Burmese script form of ti (three)

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