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โสน  saL no:hR 
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1.ต้นโสนdtohnF saL no:hRsanor tree, Sesbania javanica
2.ดอกโสนdaawkL saL no:hRflower of the sanor tree

Royal Institute - 1982
โสน ๑  /สะ-โหฺน/
[นาม] ชื่อไม้พุ่มชนิด Sesbania javanica Miq. ในวงศ์ Leguminosae ใบเล็กๆ คล้ายใบมะขาม ดอกสีเหลืองกินได้, โสนกินดอก หรือ โสนหิน ก็เรียก.
โสน ๒  /สะ-โหฺน/
(see: ด้วงโสน)

pronunciation guide
Phonemic Thaiสะ-โหฺน
IPAsà nǒː
Royal Thai General Systemsano

1. ต้นโสน  dtohnF saL no:hR  [noun]
sanor tree, Sesbania javanica

2. ดอกโสน  daawkL saL no:hR  [noun]
flower of the sanor tree

notesThe flower has the unique property of closing at night and opening again each day in the early morning
This word contains an initial consonant cluster which follows the general clustered consonant tone rule. This is the common case for clusters in which: As shown in the phonemic transcription result, the tone of the syllable as a whole is determined by the consonant class of the first consonant in the cluster.

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