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ข้าวปากหม้อ
khaaoF bpaakL maawF
pronunciation guide
Phonemic Thaiค่าว-ปาก-ม่อ
IPAkʰâːw pàːk mɔ̂ː
Royal Thai General Systemkhao pak mo

 [noun]
definition
the first spoonfuls of rice from the pot

notesthat rice which is most appropriate for sacrifice to gods or donation to monks
componentsข้าว khaaoFrice
ปาก bpaakL[figurative] mouth; orifice; opening; entrance; way
หม้อ  maawFa pot for cooking
sample
sentence
ในการทำนาชาวนาจะทำพิธีบูชาแม่โพสพด้วยอาหาร มีข้าวปากหม้อ กล้วย ต้นอ้อยเป็นต้น เพื่อหวังให้ข้าวงอกออกรวงงาม
naiM gaanM thamM naaM chaaoM naaM jaL thamM phiH theeM buuM chaaM maaeF pho:hM sohpL duayF aaM haanR meeM khaaoF bpaakL maawF gluayF dtohnF aawyF bpenM dtohnF pheuuaF wangR haiF khaaoF ngaawkF aawkL ruaangM ngaamM
"In tending their fields, farmers pay homage and perform ceremonies to Mae Posop with items of food; they offer up, for example, the first spoonfuls of rice from the pot, bananas, and sugarcane to fulfill their hopes that their rice crops will burst forth with bountiful and full kernels."

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