from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Rama VII Originally Pra·ja·dhi·pok (prə-chäˈtĭ-pŏkˌ) 1893-1941. King of Siam (1925-1935) who abdicated after failing to suppress the newly formed constitutional government.
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Three-stories tall with forest-green shutters, it was once owned by Chao Phraya Worapongphipat, who served as minister of palaces under Rama VII.
Rama VII, the current king's uncle, was deposed, and he abdicated and lived the rest of his life in exile.
The suggestion came because the Princess saw how sombre without any entertainment the atmosphere was at the 1985 cremation of Queen Rambhai Barni, wife of King Rama VII.