What does the Thai word Koh mean in English?
In Thai language Kho (Ko) means island and both Ko and Koh mean the same thing – island, but the spelling is different. … It is just transcribing the Thai language into English. So, all islands names start with Kho (Ko).
What does Kha Khun mean?
3 – Thank You in Thai: Khop Khun kha/khap
The Thai word for thank you is khop khun. It is perhaps the most important Thai word to learn.
How do you insult in Thai?
Koh Rang Yai
- Insults. stupid. …
- kwai. This is the Thai word for buffalo. …
- nah gliat. This is a funny one. …
- kee nee-ow. This phrase means stingy or tight with money. …
- ‘kee nok’ and ‘kee ngok’ These two insults probably cause more confusion and debate than any others. …
- ai & ee. These are insulting titles. …
- Swear Words.
What does Pai mean in Thai?
pai. We have already seen two forms of Thai greeting, “Are you well” and “Have you eaten”. A third employs the word pai, or “go”: pai nai mah, or “Where have you been”.
What does Koon Chai mean?
Ai Koon-Chai is the way Ae sarcastically calls Pete. … It’s a sarcasm. (Which is ok to be joking with a very close friend.)
What does P Krab mean in Thai?
Krub/ka is added in the end of sentence for politeness in this case P’krub can mean like “Miss / Mister” or “Sir/ Ma’am”
What does Thai Aroy Dee mean?
Aroy-dee. Thank you. Kop-khun. Kop-khun-kha for women and kop-khun-krub for men. Thank you very much.
What does Krup mean?
krup…. krup’ acknowledging what is being said at the other end.