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U+0E33, ำ
THAI CHARACTER SARA AM

[U+0E32]
Thai
[U+0E34]

Translingual[edit]

Letter[edit]

  1. A Thai vowel letter composed of ◌ํ and . It can be informally called สระอำ.

Usage notes[edit]

When it is solely used with a consonant, it produces /am/ without any final consonant.

This glyph is recommended to use instead of typing ◌ํ and then .


Thai[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Old Khmer -am- on the basis of pairs such as ขลัง (klǎng, potent) and กำลัง (gam-lang, vigour) from the ancestors of modern Khmer ខ្លាំង (khlang) and កម្លាំង (kɑmlang).

Infix[edit]

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Usage notes[edit]

The infix is only applied to words with an initial consonant cluster. If the first consonant is one of ต ถ ป ผ, it will normally be voiced to one of ด ด บ บ respectively.

Derived terms[edit]

Words using this infix are listed in their own category.