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In Thai language, these guardian figures are known as yak (ยักษ์), also sometimes rendered as yaksha, and usually translated as giant. The Thai term has its origin in the Sanskrit word yakṣa and originally refers to spirit-like beings that form part of Hindu, Jain and Buddhist mythology.