ᨠᩣᨿ

PaliEdit

Alternative formsEdit

Etymology 1Edit

NounEdit

ᨠᩣᨿ m

  1. Tai Tham script form of kāya
    • 2005, บุญคิด วัชรศาสตร์, ภาษาเมืองล้านนา [The Language of Mueang Lanna] (in Thai), Chiang Mai: Tharatong Print Shop, →ISBN, page 190:
      ᩋᨲ᩠ᨳᩥ ᩍᨾᩈ᩠ᨾᩥᩴ ᨠᩣᨿᩮ ᨠᩮᩈᩣ ᩃᩮᩣᨾᩣ ᨶᨡᩣ ᨴᨶ᩠ᨲᩣ ᨲᨧᩮᩣ ᨾᩘᩈᩴ ᨶᩉᩣᩊᩪ ᩋᨭᩛᩦ ᩋᨭᩛᩥᨾᩥᨬ᩠ᨬ᩠ᨩᩴ ᩅᨠ᩠ᨠᩴ ᩉᨴᨿᩴ ᨿᨠᨶᩴ ᨠᩥᩃᩮᩣᨾᨠᩴ ᨷᩥᩉᩣᨠᩴ ᨷᨷ᩠ᨹᩣᩈᩴ ᩋᨶ᩠ᨲᩴ ᩋᨶ᩠ᨲᨣᩩᨱᩴ ᩏᨴᩁᩥᨿᩴ ᨠᩁᩦᩈᩴ ᨷᩥᨲ᩠ᨲᩴ ᩈᩮᨾ᩠ᩉᩴ ᨷᩩᨻᩛᩮᩣ ᩃᩮᩣᩉᩥᨲᩴ ᩈᩮᨴᩮᩤ ᨾᩮᨴᩮᩤ ᩋᩔᩩ ᩅᩈᩣ ᨡᩮᩊᩮᩣ ᩈᩥᩴᨥᩣᨱᩥᨠᩣ ᩃᩈᩥᨠᩣ ᨾᩩᨲ᩠ᨲᩴ ᨾᨲ᩠ᨳᨠᩮ ᨾᨲ᩠ᨳᩃᩩᨦ᩠ᨣᨶ᩠ᨲᩥ. ᨴ᩠ᩅᨲ᩠ᨲᩥᩴᩈᩣᨠᩣᩁᩴ ᨶᩥᨭᩛᩥᨲᩥ.
      atthi imasmiṃ kāye kesā lomā nakhā dantā taco maṅsaṃ nahāḷū aṭṭhī aṭṭhimiññjaṃ vakkaṃ hadayaṃ yakanaṃ kilomakaṃ pihākaṃ papphāsaṃ antaṃ antaguṇaṃ udariyaṃ karīsaṃ pittaṃ semhaṃ pubbo lohitaṃ sedo medo assu vasā kheḷo siṃghāṇikā lasikā muttaṃ matthake matthaluṅganti. dvattiṃsākāraṃ niṭṭhiti
      In this body there is head hair, body hair, nails, teeth, skin, flesh, tendons, bones, bone marrow, the kidney, the heart, the liver, the diaphragm, the spleen, the lungs, the intestines, mesentery, stomach contents, excrement, bile, phlegm, pus, blood, sweat, fat, tears, grease, spittle, nosedirt, synovial fluid, urine, in the head, brain. It is made of these 32 components.
DeclensionEdit

Etymology 2Edit

PronounEdit

ᨠᩣᨿ

  1. Tai Tham script form of kāya, being feminine instrumental/dative/ablative/genitive/locative singular of (ka)