[first Thai tonal mark]

1. n.
วรรณยุกต์เอก (-่) [-wan¯na¯yuk_ēk] 2. n. exp. ไม้เอก (-่) [¯māi_ēk] 3. symb. - -่ [¯māi_ēk]

Lewis & Short latin dictionary. 2014.

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