What does Chaimai mean?
1. Sawadee krap/ka: Hello. A cheery greeting can go a long way in the Land of Smiles.
What is Kah in Thai?
Krab/Ka. “Krab” or “Ka” (you saw above) is used for a simple reply “Yes”. “Chai”(ใช่) is used to mean “Yes, you are right”.
What does Tirak mean in Thai?
tirak… yes , nice words to say to friend .im thai.
What does NAI Noy mean in Thai?
nit noy. nit is not used on its own very much. It is much more often combined with other words, e.g. like in the often used phrase nit noy – ‘a little bit’. It comes at the end of the statement: chan ruk koon nit noy – I love you a little bit.
What does Na Krab mean in Thai?
So, what does this phrase mean? The meaning of ‘Na kha’ and the male equivalent ‘Na khrap’ is to soften a statement and make it sound less abrupt or rude. By itself, ‘na’ is a particle/modifier that is placed at the end of a sentence or phrase that will impact the way it is perceived by the listener.
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.
Can you kiss in Thailand?
For you these are just souvenirs, for Thais it is their cultural heritage. * It is not polite to express your private affection by hugging and kissing your partener in public places.
What does Jup Jup mean in Thai?
jub jub is the sound of Kiss. you can say “jub jub na ” with your girl friend to tell her you love her or miss her.
What do Thai couples call each other?
1. My Darling
- – ที่รัก /tîi rák.
- – ดาหลิง /daa-lǐng/ or ด่าลิ้ง /dàa-líng/
- – Dearest / beloved: ทูนหัว /tuun hǔa.
- – Dear / darling: ยาหยี /yaa yǐi.
- – หวานใจ /wǎan jai.
- – คนดี /khon dii.
- – โอ๋ๆ ไม่เป็นไรนะ คนดี /ǒo ǒo, mâi pen rai ná, khon dii/ “Oh, come, it’ll be all right, my love.”
- – น้องรัก /nÓOng rák/ = dear (lady) love.
What does Chun mean in Thai?
Check word by word. Chun = I. Ruk = love.