บาท

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Thai[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

Orthographic บาท
ɓ ā d
Phonemic บาด
ɓ ā ɗ
[bound form]
บาด-ทะ-
ɓ ā ɗ – d a –
Paiboon bàat bàat-tá-
(Bangkok) IPA(key) /baːt̚˨˩/ /baːt̚˨˩.tʰa˦˥./
Homophones

Etymology 1[edit]

Possibly from Latin patre, pater (father); Portuguese padre (father); Spanish padre (father).

Noun[edit]

บาท (bàat)

  1. (Christianity, now only in compounds) priest.
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Etymology 2[edit]

From Pali pāda (foot) or Sanskrit पाद (pāda, foot); perhaps via Old Khmer pāda, pādda, pada, padda (foot (as body organ, or as emblematic of sacred persons or things)). Compare Modern Khmer បាទ (bat).

Noun[edit]

บาท (bàat)

  1. foot.
  2. (archaic) an honorific given to a god or royal person, or his or her representation, as image, statue, etc.
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Etymology 3[edit]

From Sanskrit पाद (pāda, quarter); perhaps via Old Khmer pāda, pādda, pada, padda (quarter: unit of currency or measure). Compare Modern Khmer បាទ (bat).

Noun[edit]

บาท (bàat)

  1. baht: a Thai unit of currency, equal to 4 สลึง (sà-lʉ̌ng). Abbreviation: บ. (bɔɔ.)
  2. a Thai unit of poem: line, stanza, verse.
  3. a Thai unit of weight, equal to 15 grams.
  4. (historical) a Thai unit of time, equal to one tenth of an hour, that is, 6 minutes.
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