Just searching through the messages, came across this. Sorry a bit
late, but it makes me feel useful to answer it. Here's the link for
conversion for all Pali characters between the Thai and Roman scripts:
(I also saw this in the appendix to Introduction to Pali by Warder.)
By the way, the search box doesn't work very well, I remember someone
saying something about using the Firefox browser in a reply to one of
my posts, but apparently no results come up when I search "firefox"...
--- In Pali@yahoogroups.com, Nina van Gorkom <vangorko@x> wrote:
> Dear Alex,
> I answer on line because one of our friends, I think June, also makes a
> list of Pali Thai.
> You are too kind, but my skills as to Pali are limited, very easy to see
> this! And as to fonts, Unicode, and all computer language and
> are long overdue as far as I am concerned. I give up trying unicode. My
> rather advanced age could be an excuse.
> I do not have a Thai font, but I have many suttas and commentares in
> hardcover and read them in hardcover. Yes, I think I can help you in
> .l is in Thai like a capital W with an extra curl. It is at the end
> alphabeth and seldom used. It is in: kilaa, sports and naalika, watch. I
> made a small list of signs.
> Let me know whether this helps,
> op 13-03-2005 11:54 schreef alexgenaud op alexgenaud@y...:
> > Dear Nina,
> > I appreciate your comments on the Pali Yahoo lists. You seem to have
> > an excellent command of Pali and Thai. Perhaps you know how the Thai's
> > represent the pali letter .l (L sub-dot).
> > With any luck, you may see these thai characters in this email:
> > ดำ ยถา อะ อา