ใต้เท้า

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Thai[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From ใต้ (dtâai, under) +‎ เท้า (táao, feet); literally "under [your] feet", figuratively indicating that the speaker is under the feet of the addressee, signifying the latter's higher position or status.

Pronunciation[edit]

Orthographicใต้เท้า
au t ˆ e d ˆ ā
Phonemicต้าย-ท้าว
t ˆ ā y – d ˆ ā w
ไต้-ท้าว
ai t ˆ – d ˆ ā w
RomanizationPaiboondtâai-táaodtâi-táao
Royal Institutetai-thaotai-thao
(standard) IPA(key)/taːj˥˩.tʰaːw˦˥//taj˥˩.tʰaːw˦˥/

Noun[edit]

ใต้เท้า (dtâai-táao)

  1. (humble, archaic) a term of respect used as a title for or term of address to a dignitary.

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