What does Ao Mai mean in Thai?

What does Ao Mai mean in Thai?

ao – This is the informal way to say ‘want’. Although in Thai it sounds a little harsh it is still the form you will hear most often. ao mai? – This is the standard way to form a question. Add the question ‘mai’ to the end of the statement to make it ‘do you want’.

What does meung mean in Thai?

As goo is the informal word for referring to oneself, meung is the casual way to refer to another person. Similarly, it is only used with close friends and in an informal setting.

What does Ting Tong mean in Thai?

I quite regularly heard my Thai friend said the word “Ting Tong” which is towards the meaning of fun, crazy, joking, mad or something similar.

What does bai nai mean in Thai?

What are you doing?
You might get asked: “Bai nai?” – “What are you doing?” which is often used instead of “How are you?”. A good response is: “Bai tee-o” which means “I’m going out socially”. When you meet someone, it is also common to use traditional greeting, the wai.

What does farang kee nok mean?

bird-droppings Farang
Farang khi nok (Thai: ฝรั่งขี้นก, lit. ‘bird-droppings Farang’), also used in Lao, is slang commonly used as an insult to a person of white race, equivalent to white trash, as khi means feces and nok means bird, referring to the white color of bird-droppings.

What does TER mean in Thai?

ter is an informal pronoun meaning ‘you’. It’s most commonly used when speaking male female, and is much less often encountered in same-sex conversations. It’s also mainly only used when talking to someone of a similar age to you.

What does Kao mean in Thai?

Thai is a tonal language that uses long, short, high and low tones to distinguish the meaning of a word. For example, the word ‘kao’ means news, nine, come in, rice and knee and only the difference in tone establishes meaning.

What does TAM Arai mean in Thai?

tam arai? – what are you doing?