PaliEdit

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PronounEdit

យេ

  1. Khmer script form of ye, which is nominative/accusative plural masculine of (ya, who)

SanskritEdit

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NounEdit

យេ (ye)

  1. Alternative form of ये (ye) which is nominative plural masculine of យទ៑, alternative form of यद् (yad, who)
    • 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.
  2. Alternative form of ये (ye) which is nominative/accusative dual feminine/neuter of យទ៑, alternative form of यद् (yad, who)