บพิตร

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Thai[edit]

Alternative forms[edit]

Alternative forms

Etymology[edit]

From Old Khmer pabitra, pabita, pabida, pubitra, pubita, pubītra, pubvitra, pūbitra, pūbita (epithet of members of royalty and ranking ecclesiastics; honorific following names of royalty and ranking ecclesiastics); ultimately from Sanskrit पवित्र (pavitra, pure, sinless, holy, saintly; beneficent; etc). Cognate with Modern Khmer បពិត្រ (bɑɑpɨtrɔɔ). Compare Pali pavitta.

Pronunciation[edit]

Orthographicบพิตร
ɓ b i t r
Phonemicบอ-พิด
ɓ ɒ – b i ɗ
RomanizationPaiboonbɔɔ-pít
Royal Institutebo-phit
(standard) IPA(key)/bɔː˧.pʰit̚˦˥/
Homophonesบพิธ

Noun[edit]

บพิตร (bɔɔ-pít)

  1. an epithet of, honorific for, or term of address to gods, high priests, and royal persons.

Pronoun[edit]

บพิตร (bɔɔ-pít)

  1. a second or third person pronoun, used by priests to address royal persons.

Derived terms[edit]

Derived terms