thai-language.comInternet resource
for the Thai language
Lookup:
» more options here
Browse

F.A.Q. Check out the list of frequently asked questions for a quick answer to your inquiry

e-mail the author
guestbook
site settings
site news
bulk lookup
Bangkok
Thanks for your

recent donations!

Narisa N. $+++!
John A. $+++!
Paul S. $100!
Mike A. $100!
Eric B. $100!
John Karl L. $100!
Don S. $100!
John S. $100!
Peter B. $100!
Ingo B $50
Peter d C $50
Hans G $50
Alan M. $50
Rod S. $50
Wolfgang W. $50
Bill O. $70
Ravinder S. $20
Chris S. $15
Jose D-C $20
Steven P. $20
Daniel W. $75
Rudolf M. $30
David R. $50
Judith W. $50
Roger C. $50
Steve D. $50
Sean F. $50
Paul G. B. $50
xsinventory $20
Nigel A. $15
Michael B. $20
Otto S. $20
Damien G. $12
Simon G. $5
Lindsay D. $25
David S. $25
Laurent L. $40
Peter van G. $10
Graham S. $10
Peter N. $30
James A. $10
Dmitry I. $10
Edward R. $50
Roderick S. $30
Mason S. $5
Henning E. $20
John F. $20
Daniel F. $10
Armand H. $20
Daniel S. $20
James McD. $20
Shane McC. $10
Roberto P. $50
Derrell P. $20
Trevor O. $30
Patrick H. $25
Rick @SS $15
Gene H. $10
Aye A. M. $33
S. Cummings $25
Will F. $20
Get e-mail

Sign-up to join our mail­ing list. You'll receive e­mail notification when this site is updated. Your privacy is guaran­teed; this list is not sold, shared, or used for any other purpose. Click here for more infor­mation.

To unsubscribe, click here.

วิษณุ  witH saL nooH (24.)
contents of this page
1.พระวิษณุphraH witH saL nooH[Hinduism] (in popular Hinduism) a deity believed to have descended from heaven to earth in several incarnations, or avatars, varying in number from nine to twenty-two, but always including animals. His most important human incarnation is the Krishna of the Bhagavad-Gita
2.พระวิษณุphraH witH saL nooH[Hinduism] “the Pervader,” one of a half-dozen solar deities in the Rig-Veda, daily traversing the sky in three strides, morning, afternoon, and night
3.พระวิษณุphraH witH saL nooH[Hinduism] (in later Hinduism) "the Preserver," the second member of the ตรีมูรติ (Trimurti), along with พระพรหม  (Brahma the Creator) and พระศิวะ (Shiva the Destroyer)

Royal Institute - 1982
วิษณุ  /วิด-สะ-นุ/
[นาม] พระนารายณ์.

pronunciation guide
Phonemic Thaiวิด-สะ-นุ
IPAwít sà núʔ
Royal Thai General Systemwitsanu

pronunciation note24. The pronunciation of this word illustrates reduplication, where a single written consonant serves as the final consonant of a syllable and is then pronounced again as the initial consonant of the following syllable.
1. พระวิษณุ  phraH witH saL nooH  [noun, proper noun, person, formal]
definition
[Hinduism] (in popular Hinduism) a deity believed to have descended from heaven to earth in several incarnations, or avatars, varying in number from nine to twenty-two, but always including animals. His most important human incarnation is the Krishna of the Bhagavad-Gita

categories
related wordsกรุงลงกาgroongM lohngM gaaMLanka; (ancient) Ceylon, the city of the demon king ทศกัณฐ์  (Ravana) in รามเกียรติ์ (Ramayana)
ทศกัณฐ์ thohtH saL ganMthe 'ten-necked' Ravana—the demon king of กรุงลงกา (the Lanka City) in รามเกียรติ์ (Ramayana)
นางสีดา naangM seeR daaMRama's lover Sita, a character from the Ramayana epic
พระนารายณ์phraH naaM raaiM[Hinduism] Narayana (Vishnu), another name for รามา  (Rama), the hero of the Ramayana epic
พระรามphraH raamMRama, the hero character in the Ramayana epic, believed to be the avatar of พระนารายณ์
พระลักษมณ์phraH lakHพระราม's brother in รามเกียรติ์
พระวิษณุphraH witH saL nooH[Hinduism] (in later Hinduism) "the Preserver," the second member of the ตรีมูรติ (Trimurti), along with พระพรหม  (Brahma the Creator) and พระศิวะ (Shiva the Destroyer)
ยักษ์ yakH[a character from the Ramayana epic, a] giant [or] demon
ราพณาสูร raapF phaH naaM suunRRavana, a demon king in the Ramayana epic
รามเกียรติ์raamM maH giianMthe Thai version of รามายณะ
รามา raaM maaMRama, the hero and main character of the Ramayana epic, believed to be the avatar of พระนารายณ์
รามายณะraaM maaM yaH naHRamayana [name of the Indian literature on which the Thai counterpart รามเกียรติ์ is based]
วิษณุกรรมwitH nooH gamMthe architect of the gods in Hindu mythology
หนุมาน haL nooH maanMHanuman, the monkey king from the Ramayana epic
2. พระวิษณุ  phraH witH saL nooH  [noun, proper noun, formal]
definition
[Hinduism] “the Pervader,” one of a half-dozen solar deities in the Rig-Veda, daily traversing the sky in three strides, morning, afternoon, and night

3. พระวิษณุ  phraH witH saL nooH  [noun, proper noun, person, formal]
definition
[Hinduism] (in later Hinduism) "the Preserver," the second member of the ตรีมูรติ (Trimurti), along with พระพรหม  (Brahma the Creator) and พระศิวะ (Shiva the Destroyer)

categories
related wordsกรุงลงกาgroongM lohngM gaaMLanka; (ancient) Ceylon, the city of the demon king ทศกัณฐ์  (Ravana) in รามเกียรติ์ (Ramayana)
ทศกัณฐ์ thohtH saL ganMthe 'ten-necked' Ravana—the demon king of กรุงลงกา (the Lanka City) in รามเกียรติ์ (Ramayana)
นางสีดา naangM seeR daaMRama's lover Sita, a character from the Ramayana epic
พระนารายณ์phraH naaM raaiM[Hinduism] Narayana (Vishnu), another name for รามา  (Rama), the hero of the Ramayana epic
พระรามphraH raamMRama, the hero character in the Ramayana epic, believed to be the avatar of พระนารายณ์
พระลักษมณ์phraH lakHพระราม's brother in รามเกียรติ์
พระวิษณุphraH witH saL nooH[Hinduism] (in popular Hinduism) a deity believed to have descended from heaven to earth in several incarnations, or avatars, varying in number from nine to twenty-two, but always including animals. His most important human incarnation is the Krishna of the Bhagavad-Gita
ยักษ์ yakH[a character from the Ramayana epic, a] giant [or] demon
ราพณาสูร raapF phaH naaM suunRRavana, a demon king in the Ramayana epic
รามเกียรติ์raamM maH giianMthe Thai version of รามายณะ
รามา raaM maaMRama, the hero and main character of the Ramayana epic, believed to be the avatar of พระนารายณ์
รามายณะraaM maaM yaH naHRamayana [name of the Indian literature on which the Thai counterpart รามเกียรติ์ is based]
วิษณุกรรมwitH nooH gamMthe architect of the gods in Hindu mythology
หนุมาน haL nooH maanMHanuman, the monkey king from the Ramayana epic

click here to submit a correction, drawing, image, audio recording, or comment for this page

click here to e-mail this page to a friend

page cached 10/23/2017 1:10:16 AM   online source for this page
Copyright © 2017 thai-language.com. Portions copyright © by original authors, rights reserved, used by permission; Portions 17 USC §107.