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This research aims; 1) to study words and idioms reflecting the Buddhism identity 2) to study the words and idioms that reflect the traditions 3) to study the words and idioms that shows Thai arts identity 4) to study the words and idioms that reflect agricultural identity
This research is qualitative methods to study descriptive analysis. The population is a document example Document Textbook Lexitron Dietionary Encyclopedia Select Vocabulary and Thai idioms that reflect religion, tradition, Thai arts and the agriculture identity
Result that Thai identity in Buddhism have plenty of words and idioms such as Won Thammasawana Bunpacha and Uposombot Idioms such as Pidthonghangpha, Sonhungsueprasungkarad and Chuchangchedeechangsung ect. Reflecting identity of tradition the words such as Sinsod Thongman and Songkran the idioms such as Khaomai Plaman Khotamtrok-Oaktampratu Khontraykhowad ect. The identity the fine arts such as Bunchcharong, Ruenkaw and Maisipsong The Idioms such as Klukkletemong Penpepenkhue and Raumaidethospethoskhong ect. And the reflect from agricultural identity such as Khachue Khanheaw and Khawtu Idioms such as Khaodangklangron. Khaohewklieium and Khaonongna ect.
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