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Vegetables and Fruits pag lae pon-la-mai
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Vegetables reading pag (ѡ)

Vegetables
Reading
Asparagus nor-mai
(˹)
Basil gra-prao
()
Bean sprout thua-ngorg
(ǧ͡)
Cabbage ga-lhum-plee
(ӻ)
Chili prig
(ԡ)
Cucumber taeng-gwar
(ᵧ)
Coriander pag-chee
(ѡ)
Eggplant ma-khoer
()
Garlic gra-tiam
()
Ginger khing
(ԧ)
Lemongrass ta-klai
()
Lettuce pag-gard-horm
(ѡҴ)
Lime or Lemon ma-narw
(й)
Mushroom head
()
Morning glory pag-bung
(ѡ)
Onion horm
()
Peppermint sa-ra-nae
(˹)
Pickled vegetables pag-dorng
(ѡͧ)
Sweet basil hoe-ra-par
(о)
Tomato ma-khoer-tead
()
Water mimosa pag-ga-chead
(ѡੴ)



Fruits reading pon-la-mai ()

Fruits
Reading
Banana gluay-horm
()
Bell apple sao-wa-rod
()
Corn kharw-poed
(⾴)
Coconut ma-prarw
(о)
Chestnut gao-lad
(Ѵ)
Durian tu-rian
(¹)
Guava pha-rang
()
Grape a-ngun
(ͧ)
Jackfruit kha-nun
(ع)
Lansat larng-sard
(ҧҴ)
Lichee lin-jee
(鹨)
Longan lum-yai
()
Mango ma-muang
(ǧ)
Mangosteen mang-kud
(ѧش)
Mimusops la-mud
(ش)
Musk melon taeng-tai
(ᵧ)
Orange som
()
Palm fruit tarn
()
Papaya ma-la-gor
(С)
Potato man
(ѹ)
Pineapple sab-pra-rod
(Ѻô)
Rose apple chom-poo
()
Shaddock som-oe
()
Sugar apple nory-nar
(˹)
Sugar cane ory
()
Water melon taeng-moe
(ᵧ)
Sat, 29 March, 2003




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