[repetition symbol]

1. n.
ไม้ยมก (ๆ) [¯māi¯ya¯mok] 2. n. exp. เครื่องหมายไม้ยมก (ๆ) [\\khreūang/māi ¯māi¯ya¯mok] 3. symb. ๆ [¯māi¯ya¯mok]

Lewis & Short latin dictionary. 2014.

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