ฎีกา

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Thai[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

Orthographicฎีกา
ᶑ ī k ā
Phonemic
ดี-กา
ɗ ī – k ā
RomanizationPaiboondii-gaa
Royal Institutedi-ka
(standard) IPA(key)/diː˧.kaː˧/(R)

Etymology 1[edit]

From Pali ṭīkā (sub-commentary); perhaps via Old Khmer ṭīkā (clarification; commentary; decree; explanation; instruction; order; etc). Cognate with Modern Khmer ដីកា (dəykaa).

Noun[edit]

ฎีกา (dii-gaa)

  1. (chiefly Buddhism) clarification; commentary; explanation.
  2. (chiefly Buddhism) invitation (made to a priest).
  3. (chiefly Buddhism) letter of charitable solicitation.
  4. (of a buddha or high priest) (พระ~, พระพุทธ~, พุทธ~) command, decree; speech, statement, utterance.
  5. memorial or petition (submitted to a monarch).
  6. (law) final appeal; appeal to a supreme court; appeal to a court of last resort.
  7. (now rare) request for permission to withdraw money.
  8. (archaic) statement of fees or charges, as bill, invoice, etc.

Verb[edit]

ฎีกา (dii-gaa)

  1. to submit a memorial or petition (to a monarch).
  2. (law) to lodge a final appeal; to appeal (to a supreme court or court of last resort).
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Etymology 2[edit]

From clipping of ศาลฎีกา (sǎan-dii-gaa), from ศาล (sǎan, court) +‎ ฎีกา (dii-gaa, petition (submitted to a monarch); final appeal).

Proper noun[edit]

ฎีกา (dii-gaa)

  1. (slang) Supreme Court of Justice of Thailand.