From Old Khmer keta, kœta (“to bring into existence; to come into existence; etc”); thus cognate with Modern Khmer កើត (kaət); extended as Old Khmer kaṃneta, kuṃneta, etc, from which Thai กำเนิด (gam-nə̀ət) is derived, and as Old Khmer paṅket, from which Thai บังเกิด is derived.
k i ɗ
- to come into being: to be born, to rise, to originate, to emerge, to occur, to happen, to take place, etc.
- (slang) to rise; to shine; to be or become conspicuous, prominent, or popular.
- Sometimes seen preceding the subject, such as:
เกิด • (gə̀ət)