What does Kuy mean in Thai?

What does Kuy means in Thai?

The word kuy in the Kuy language means “people” or “human being”; alternate English spellings include Kui, Kuoy and Kuay, while forms similar to “Suay” or “Suei” are derived from the Thai/Lao exonyms meaning “those who pay tribute”.

What is Kuy?

The slang word Kuy means “go ahead!” Or “let’s go” in Bahasa Indonesia. Kuy is riversed from Yuk that means “Ayo” or “let’s go”

What does Ting Tong mean in Thai?

ติ๊งต๊อง (Ting Tong) / Mad

Ting tong is typically used to indicate that someone is perceived as being a bit wacky, unusual or eccentric.

What does YKU mean in texting?

You know you” for example “yku always put a smile on my fade”

What does Kyuu mean in English?

Telling time (Romaji)

What does 555 in Thailand mean?

So, if you’ve ever been wondering what 555 means in Thailand, here it is: Writing 555 is the same as using hahaha or lol in your message. Yup, it is that simple. Next time you see it you’ll know they are joking around, having a laugh, or thought what they wrote is funny (don’t we all).

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