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Aiton

Etymology 1

From Proto-Tai *?ma:? ("dog"). Cognate with Thai (m?a), Northern Thai ?, Lao (m?), (?aa), Tai Dam , Shan (m?a), Tai Nüa (maa1), Ahom (ma), Zhuang ma, Saek ?.

Pronunciation

Noun

(maa)

  1. dog.

Etymology 2

From Proto-Tai *?ma:? ("to come"). Cognate with Thai (maa), Northern Thai (ma), Lao (m?), (maa), Tai Nüa (maa2), Shan (máa), Ahom (ma) or (maa) or (maaa), Zhuang maz.

Pronunciation

Verb

(maa)

  1. to come.

Shan

Etymology

From Proto-Tai *?ma:? ("dog"). Cognate with Thai (m?a), Northern Thai ?, Lao (m?), (?aa), Tai Dam , Tai Nüa (maa1), Aiton , Ahom (ma), Zhuang ma, Saek ?.

Pronunciation

Noun

o (m?a)

  1. dog

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