What is Jao in Thai?

What does jao ka mean in Thai?

[spoken politely by a female] hello or goodbye. เจ้าค่ะ jaoF khaF. [spoken by a woman to a person of superior status] yes.

What is Mai Dee in Thai?

This difference is underscored by the fact that mai sabai, or “not sabai”, does not mean “sad”. It means “sick”, “ill”, and can even be used as a euphemism for “hungover”. Suffix the word dee, or “good”, to sabai, and you get the standard Thai greeting: sabai dee mai?, or “Are you well?”

What is mai pen rai in Thai?

“Mai pen rai”, which can be translated as “never mind” or ‘It is nothing’ is a very common expression in Thai, the language of Thailand.

What does Suay mak mak mean?

You’re very pretty. Khun suay mak mak. You’re cute.

What is Arai Wa?

Arai Wa is slang, means “Really?” I hope you don’t think the Na in Bang Na is the same word though…

What is Sabai Sabai in Thai?

What Is The Meaning Of ‘Sabai Sabai’? Directly translated into English, the word ‘sabai’ (สบาย) means comfortable. In Thai, repeating a word twice will put more emphasis on that word or intensify its meaning.

What does Koon Chai mean?

Ai Koon-Chai is the way Ae sarcastically calls Pete. Ae’s personality is pretty dull and blunt. So he hardly speaks politely to his friends. But the way he calls “Koon Chai” is not a compliment to Pete either. It’s a sarcasm.

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What does Chai mean in Thailand?

You’ve probably learned, or found in a Thai-English dictionary, that ใช่ (chai, falling tone 3) means ‘yes‘.