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รากศัพท์
raakF sapL
Royal Institute - 1982
รากศัพท์  /ราก-สับ/
[นาม] รูปเดิมของคำที่ยังไม่ได้เติมอุปสรรคและลงปัจจัยหรือที่ยังไม่ได้เปลี่ยนรูปไปด้วยประการอื่น.

pronunciation guide
Phonemic Thaiราก-สับ
IPArâːk sàp
Royal Thai General Systemrak sap

 [noun]
definition
etymoloy (of a word)

categories
componentsราก raakFroot; foundation; source
ศัพท์ sapLvocabulary; dictionary entry; terminology; word(s)
sample
sentence
คำว่า "กลัวเมีย" มีรากศัพท์มาจากคำว่า "เป็นห่วง" หาใช่หมายถึง "เกรงกลัว" ไม่
khamM waaF gluaaM miiaM meeM raakF sapL maaM jaakL khamM waaF bpenM huaangL haaR chaiF maaiR theungR graehngM gluaaM maiF
"The phrase “afraid of your wife” derives from the word “concern”, not the word “fear”."

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