[symbol which is not considered one of the 44 letters of the Thai alphabet]

1. n.
- (obsol.) ฦ (ลึ) - ฦอ [-lø] - (obsol.) ฦๅ (ลือ) [-leū]

Lewis & Short latin dictionary. 2014.

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