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Common Thai Vocabulary Translation For Amulets

Discussion in 'Thai Amulets & Buchas General Discussion' started by dennis yong, 10 March 2009.

  1. Anbreen13
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    I've seen it on capital letters describing amulet rings, "This ring is plogmeed." I know "meed" means "knife."
     
  2. kievan
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    Rings?? sorry, no idea..:(
     
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    Thanks for trying! :) Appreciate it.
     
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    why dun you ask the seller what does it mean? Anyway "plod nee" I know means "removal of debts".:D
     
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    Thanks! I will do that! :):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):)
     
  6. Anbreen13
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    I found out that "plogmeed" is a ring made of a piece of a sacred knife,
     
  7. Solaire
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    Any bros can advice what is Maha Setti?
     
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    Sethi mean millionaire
     
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    Thanks doc
     
  10. Edgar Tay
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    What material is nawa?

    Are brass and bronze the same?

    There is a yellow and bright looking metal that is not gold nor plated gold. What is that called in English and Thai?
     
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    Nawa loha- Mixed metals
     
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    Loha - Alloy
    Nur Thong Kam - Gold
    Nur Thong Ngern - Silver
    Nur Thong Daeng - Copper
    Nur Thong Leaung - Brass
    Nur Samlit - Bronze
    Nur Takua - Lead
    Mekaphat - A type of alloy
    Mekhasit - Mercury
    Kanlonghin - A type of alloy
    Lek Lai - A legendary metal with magical properties
    Phong - Powder based
    Nur Phong Kesorn - Jasmine powder
    Nur Wan - Herbs
    Nur Phong Kammathan - Holy incense powder
    Nur Din - earth/clay
    Nur Phong Bailan - Burnt sutra leaves (from old sutra books)
    Nur Chanuan - Sacred metallic artifacts and yantra foils smelted into a sacred alloy
    Nur Nawa Loha - 9 sacred metals
    Nur Sadta Loha - 7 sacred metals
    Nur Benja Loha - 5 sacred metals
    Nur Sam Ga Sat - Tri-colored metals
    Nur Mai - Wood
    Nur GraBerng - Tile
    Nur GraDook - Bone
    Nur Yok - Jadeite
    Nur Rakang - Smelted bell material
    Gelai Ngern - Silver plated
    Gelai Thong - Gold plated
    Gelai Narp - Rose gold plated
    Loha Sanim Daeng - Iron, Red rust
    Loha Sanim Khiaw - Iron with malachite, Green rust
     
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    How to say "blessings" in thai?
    As in.. "Can i meet the LP for blessings"?

    Appreciate if anyone can help. :)
     
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    ขอเมตตาหลวงพ่อช่วยให้พรหน่อยครับ
    Khor metta luang phor chuay hai pol(n) noi krup.

    "Son, before you visit any master for blessing. You'll need your own supply for investment. which mean your own good karma to start. When your own is not enough, then you can borrow others help. Otherwise you'll not be able to survive on this nature because the deeds you've done is too much for your own."

    "When you've done some good deeds karma, all this go back to those who you borrowed from. And what will left for you? and your next life?Alway conduct your own good action. Gods and heaven will sure help you"

    "Do remember, if it's not the right time. Gods will not be able to help."

    "Once it's time, nothing can stop you."

    "Do never rush Gods."

    "If your own good deeds never have been conduct. Who will help you?"

    ( This is the famous teaching for thai people, they passed down for generation by Jaokhun Nor WatThepsirin.)
     
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    Thanks for your help and words of advice. :)
     
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    what does this mean?
    Maha Pokasap
    Maha Settee
    Takrud Sem Duang
    Far Long
     
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    I love this post! Really helpful and many info [emoji106]


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