See also: and 𑄥

U+101E, သ
MYANMAR LETTER SA

[U+101D]
Myanmar
[U+101F]

Burmese edit

Etymology 1 edit

Pronunciation edit

  • IPA(key): /θa̰/
  • (file)

Letter edit

(sa.)

  1. Sa, the 31st letter of the Burmese alphabet.

See also edit

Etymology 2 edit

Pronunciation edit

  • Phonetic respellings: သ', +သ'
  • IPA(key): /θə/, /ðə/
  • Romanization: MLCTS: sa. • ALA-LC: sa • BGN/PCGN: thă/dhă • Okell: thă/thă

The voiceless variant /θə/ occurs after /ʔ/; the voiced variant /ðə/ occurs after a vowel or /ɴ/.

Particle edit

(ta)

  1. Alternative form of တယ် (tai) (realis marker), used before another phrase particle.
    ကြိုက်လား။
    bha lupneta.lai:
    Do you like it?
    ဘာ လုပ်နေလဲ။
    bha lupneta.lai:
    What are you doing?

Mon edit

Pronunciation edit

Letter edit

(sa)

  1. Sa, the thirtieth consonant of the Mon alphabet.

Particle edit

(sa)

  1. the sign of the future or subjunctive, in order works it is used with the most verbs.

Verb edit

(sa)

  1. to have the skin broken, ulcerate, develop sores, to be injured.
    ဇိုၚ်အဲအာ။
    jiuṅʼoasaʼā.
    I have got a sore on my leg.
    တၟာသၞေံတဲအာၝချိုတ်။
    tmāsneṃtoasaʼāḅakhyiut.
    If so much as one of his finger nails is hurt you should die.

Pali edit

Alternative forms edit

Adjective edit

  1. (demonstrative) Burmese script form of sa, which is nominative singular masculine of (ta, that)

Pronoun edit

  1. (demonstrative) Burmese script form of sa, which is nominative singular of (ta, he, it)