Orthography (Tua Gaa Run)
The orthography is a letter that is not pronounced. And with a checkered plate above To show that the sound is forced until another syllable is added to the back, such as ทุกข์ (Thoog), สงฆ์ (Song), โอษฐ์ (Aod) , ทันต์ (Thun)
As usual, the orthography has the same sound as other syllables. And most of them are from Pali Sanskrit and English. Which is a language that is popularly used with syllables But the Thai language is an alone word. Commonly used as a single syllable When using the words Pali and Sanskrit Must, therefore, reduce the syllables of words In order to comply with the regulations of the Thai language If cutting off the consonants, they will degrade the vocabulary. Must remain the same to maintain the vocabulary But with the use of a forced wood mark So that the consonant won't be pronounced And the syllable using the forced checker must be a syllable with a low tone Therefore having to use short vowels without spelling Including 3 short vowels which are ะ , ิ ,
วงศ์ อินทร์ deformed ะ
ฤทธิ์ สฤษฎิ์ deformed ิ
พันธุ์ พัสดุ์ deformed ุ
In general, the Thai word has no orthography. Because it is an alone word that has few syllables already And whether the orthography has either a vowel or none.
The orthography and wooden markers are different. The orthography means characters that do not need to be pronounced. Which is normally arranged at the end of the sentence The wasteland refers to the symbol (L) which is written on the orthography. Forcing the consonant to not issue that consonant.