กานต์

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Thai[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Sanskrit कान्त (kānta, dear; pleasing; loved; desired; etc). Compare Pali kanta, from which Thai กันต์ was derived.

Pronunciation[edit]

Orthographicกานต์
k ā n t ʻ
Phonemic
กาน
k ā n
RomanizationPaiboongaan
Royal Institutekan
(standard) IPA(key)/kaːn˧/(R)
Homophones
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Adjective[edit]

กานต์ (gaan)

  1. (elegant, chiefly in compounds) dear; loved; beloved; cherished; darling.

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