• Creator
  • Wright Michael
  • Created Date
  • 1995-03
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  • In this article, the author attempts to trace the origin of particular Thai vocabularies. He states that there are a number of vocabularies used in Thai language that were borrowed from Sanskrit. However, he observes that some specific vocabularies such as the names of local plants and fruits may come from languages that were spoken by indigenous peoples who scattered throughout South India. The languages of these indigenous groups are classif... more
    In this article, the author attempts to trace the origin of particular Thai vocabularies. He states that there are a number of vocabularies used in Thai language that were borrowed from Sanskrit. However, he observes that some specific vocabularies such as the names of local plants and fruits may come from languages that were spoken by indigenous peoples who scattered throughout South India. The languages of these indigenous groups are classified in Munda family. less
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