- တူဝ်ၼမ် ၶွင်
- 1803, Warner, Richard, The English Diatessaron; Or, the History of Our Lord Jesus Christ, Bath: R. Cruttwell, page 12:
- All the world ſhould be taxed.] In the margin of the Engliſh tranſlation it is enrolled, and this is the true meaning of the original Greek word. It is probable, that the decree was to take an account (by way of regiſter) of the name, age, condition, family, and ſubſtance of each perſon enrolled. So the ſame Greek word is uſed for enrollments by Joſephus in Antiq. xii. 2, 3; and ſo it ſeems to be uſed by him in Antiq. xviii 1. 1. […] Auguſtus had in his time two or three of theſe cenſuſſes or enrollments, as Tacitus and others relate.
- 1987, Historical Social Research, page 6:
- 1995, Netherlands Journal of Zoology, volume 45, page 390:
- Third-person singular simple present indicative form ႁင်း census