ទេវ

KhmerEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Pali deva and Sanskrit देव (deva).

PronunciationEdit

Orthographic ទេវ
dev
Phonemic ទេ-វៈ
de-v`
WT romanisation teivĕəʼ
(standard) IPA(key) /tei.ˈʋĕəʔ/

NounEdit

ទេវ (teivĕəʼ)

  1. deity, deva, god

Derived termsEdit

See alsoEdit


PaliEdit

Alternative formsEdit

NounEdit

ទេវ m

  1. Khmer script form of deva (“god”)

DeclensionEdit


SanskritEdit

Alternative formsEdit

NounEdit

ទេវ (devám

  1. Alternative form of देव (deva, god)
    • 900-1100 AD; copied later, “A problematic inscription (K.1237)”, in Udaya: Journal of Khmer Studies[1], volume 14 (PDF), Yosothor, published 2019, halshs-02168837, page 10:
      វិវធ៌យន្តិយេទេវ
      ភូមិទាសាំគ្ច*ធាម្ម៌ិកាះ
      ស្វគ្គ៌េតេសវ្វ៌ទេវេន
      បូជ្យន្តាន្និត្យសំបទះ ៕
      * Read គ្ច as ឝ្ច
      vivardhayanti ye deva
      bhūmidāsāṃś ca dhārmmikāḥ
      svargge te sarvvadevena
      pūjyantān nityasaṃpadaḥ ॥
      The pious ones who make the god's land and servants prosper, may they be honoured in heaven by all the gods and always be prosperous.