What does Mai Bok mean in Thai?

What does Mai Bok mean?

Mai Bok (ไม่บอก) When will we meet?

What does Mai Chai mean in Thai?

Chai/Mai chai/Mai ow: Yes/No/No thanks. Chai is yes. Mai chai is no. Mai at the start of a sentence negates the meaning. So it literally means no yes.

What does Na Rak mean in Thai?

1. Narak (น่ารัก) Narak is a way to say cute in Thai language. You can use this word to describe most of the things that you think that they are cute – from dresses, animals, persons, personality and so on. The word has a wide reach so you don’t have to worry about overusing it.

What does Na Ka mean in Thai?

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 does chai stand for?

CHAI

Acronym Definition
CHAI Clinton HIV/AIDS Initiative
CHAI Concern for Helping Animals in Israel
CHAI Center for Human-Animal Interaction
CHAI Commission for Healthcare Audit and Inspections (UK)

How do you say cute in Thai?

How to Say Someone/Something is Cute in Thai

  1. น่ารักอะ (naa rak ah) – so cute (the อ่ะ at the end is a particle which adds a slightly stronger feeling)
  2. น่ารักมาก (naa rak maak) – very cute.
  3. น่าฮักขนาด (naa rak kha-naad) – very cute (Northern dialect)
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What is the meaning of susu na ka?

[TEP Word of The Day] สู้ๆ -> Susu Su su means Fighting or cheering statement. It is used to give encouragement. When you want to cheer someone up you can say.. สู้ๆนะครับ -> Susu na khrap (male speaker) สู้ๆนะคะ -> Susu na kha (female speaker) #Susu #TEPWordOfTheDay #TEP2020.

How do you address a woman in Thai?

Greetings

  1. In both a formal and informal situation, Thai people greet each other with the word ‘sawadee’ followed by ‘kah’ for females and ‘kraap’ (soft r) for males.
  2. It is normal to refer to someone of a perceived higher status by the title ‘Khun’ (Mr/Ms) followed by their first name.