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phaH yaaM naakF
pronunciation guide
Phonemic Thaiพะ-ยา-นาก
IPApʰá jaː nâːk
Royal Thai General Systemphaya nak

King of Nagas; serpent; great Naga

componentsพญา phaH yaaMa king; lord; potentate; supreme one; leader; chief; ruler
นาค  naakFNaga (snake, serpent demon); a mythological creature/serpent statue that can be found in almost all the temples (wat) in Thailand
related wordนาคีnaaM kheeMfemale Naga
ชาวบ้านต่างแห่กันมาดู และโจษจันกันว่า เป็นรอยพญานาค ซึ่งมักจะปรากฏในช่วงก่อนออกพรรษา
chaaoM baanF dtaangL haaeL ganM maaM duuM laeH jo:htL janM ganM waaF bpenM raawyM phaH yaaM naakF seungF makH jaL bpraaM gohtL naiM chuaangF gaawnL aawkL phanM saaR
"All the neighbors came by to look and the word spread that these were marks of the Great Naga serpent which tend to show themselves before the end Buddhist Lent."

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