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ปอ ปลาfishThe 27th consonant in the Thai alphabet
Unicode value: U+ป (ป)
TIS-620 value: 0xป (ป)

3183 Thai words on 64 Pages

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ปากเปียกปากแฉะbpaakL bpiiakL bpaakL chaeLverb, phraseto continuously nag; incessantly repeat orders
ปากเปียกปากแฉะbpaakL bpiiakL bpaakL chaeLverbto grumble; complain
ปากพูดbpaakL phuutFnountell-tale
ปากมดลูก bpaakL mohtH luukFnouncervix
ปากแม่น้ำbpaakL maaeF naamHnoun, phrasemouth of a river
ปากยังกะตะไกรโรงพยาบาลbpaakL yangM gaL dtaL graiM ro:hngM phaH yaaM baanMphrase, colloquial, idiomas sharp-tongued as a surgeon's knife; biting sarcasm
ปากเรือbpaakL reuuaMnoundeck of a boat or ship
ปากเรือbpaakL reuuaMsundeck
ปากว่าตาขยิบbpaakL waaF dtaaM khaL yipLverbto say one thing and mean another; to be a hypocrite; to say something with one’s fingers crossed
ปากสว่างbpaakL saL waangLverb, phraseto talk too much; be a blabbermouth
ปากเสียงbpaakL siiangRnounquarrel; argument
ปากเสียงbpaakL siiangRmouthpiece
ปากหนักbpaakL nakLadjective[is] silent; quiet; unwilling to speak
ปากหมา bpaakL maaRnoun, verb, adverb, idiomdirty talk; crude talk; to use vulgar speech
ปากหวาน bpaakL waanRadjective, figurative[figurative] sweet mouth (sweet talker); smooth-tongued; double-tongued; unctuous
ปากหวานก้นเปรี้ยวbpaakL waanR gohnF bpriaaoFexample sentence, idiom"He has honey in the mouth and a razor at the girdle."
ปากหวานก้นเปรี้ยวbpaakL waanR gohnF bpriaaoFnounhypocrite
ปากหวานก้นเปรี้ยวbpaakL waanR gohnF bpriaaoFadjective[is] hypocritical
ปากหอยปากปูbpaakL haawyR bpaakL bpuuMverbto backbite; gossip
ปากแหว่งbpaakL waengLharelip; cleft palate; harelipped
ปากอย่างใจอย่างbpaakL yaangL jaiM yaangLnoun, idioma hypocrite
ปากอ่าวbpaakL aaoLnoun[of a river] estuary
ปากเกร็ด bpaakL gretLnoun, proper noun, geographicalPaag-Gred (or Gret)—an อำเภอ  (district) in นนทบุรี  (Nonthaburi) located in a suburb of กรุงเทพ  (Bangkok). Paag-Gred merges แม่น้ำเจ้าพระยา  (Jaow Pra-ya) and แม่น้ำอ้อม (Om) Rivers together.
ปากขอ bpaakL khaawRnoun[พยาธิ์ปากขอ] hookworm
ปากพาจนbpaakL phaaM johnMadjective[is] harmed by one's own words
ปากีสถาน bpaaM geetL thaanRproper noun, geographical, adjectivePakistan; Pakistani
proper noun, geographical[ประเทศปากีสถาน] Pakistan
adjective[คนปากีสถาน] Pakistani, a person from Pakistan
ปากีฯbpaaM geeMnoun, proper noun, geographical, adjective, colloquialPakistani; [of] Pakistan
ปาง bpaangMadverbalmost; nearly; close to; then; at that time; all but
nounepoch; era, the time when; episode; period
noun, formala style or posture of a Buddha image
camp (for elephants)
ปางก่อน bpaangM gaawnLadverbpreviously
ปางช้างbpaangM chaangHnoun(commercial) elephant camp
ปางตายbpaangM dtaaiMadverbfatally; almost dead
ปางลีลาbpaangM leeM laaMnoun, phrase, formala Buddha image in the walking posture
ป้าง bpaangFnounswelling of the spleen due to chronic malaria
ป่าช้า bpaaL chaaHnouncemetary
ปาฎิหาริย์ bpaaM diL haanRnouna miracle, a divine event
verbto perform a miracle
ปาฏิหาริย์ bpaaM dtiL haanRnoun, formal, loanword, Palimiracle; magic; portent; supernatural or paranormal power (including events and perceptions)
ปาฐbpaatL[alternate spelling of บาฐ ]
ปาฐก bpaaM thohkLnounlecturer; speaker
ปาฐกถา bpaaM thaL gaL thaaRnounspeech (public talk); lecture
ปาฐะ bpaaM thaLnoun, loanword, Palimatter; affair; story
noun, loanword, PaliPali
noun, loanword, Paliclassics
ปาณาติบาตbpaaM naaM dtiL baatLnoundestruction of life
ปาด bpaatLnountree frog
verbto level off, to slice or sweep off to an even level
ปาดหน้าbpaatL naaFverbto drive one's car to cut across someone else's car
ป่าตอง bpaaL dtaawngMproper noun, geographicalPatong [a coastal town on ภูเก็ต  Island; a popular tourist destination]
ปาติโมกข์bpaaM dtiL mo:hkFnouncode of principles for monks
ปาเต๊ะ bpaaM dtehHnounbatik; Javanese tie-dye
ปาท่องbpaaM thaawngFprefix[prefix]
ปาท่องโก๋bpaaM thaawngF go:hRnoun, loanword, Chinese[ปาท่องโก๋] [a type of] deep-fried dough sweetmeat
ปาทานbpaaM thaanMproper nounPathan (or Pashtun), used to refer to ethnic Afghans and Pakistanis in Thailand
ปาน bpaanMconjunctionas if; like; as; thus
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