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เถลิก  thaL leerkL 
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1.[is] uncovered; exposed roll up

Royal Institute - 1982
เถลิก  /ถะ-เหฺลิก/
[วิเศษณ์] เถิก, เลิกขึ้นไป.

pronunciation guide
Phonemic Thaiถะ-เหฺลิก
IPAtʰà lɤ̀ːk
Royal Thai General Systemthaloek

1.   [adjective, adjective]
[is] uncovered; exposed

examplesหัวเถิกhuaaR theerkL[is] balding; one's hairline is receding
หัวเถิกhuaaR theerkL[is] highbrow; intellectual
2.   [verb]
to roll up

luukF naawyH thaL leerkL seuuaF maaeF kheunF pheuuaF duutL nohmM
"The small baby rolled up his mother's shirt to suckle at her breast."
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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