Crossword clues for thai
- Cuisine featuring nam prik
- "Prik khing" cuisine
- Its alphabet has 44 consonants
- Cuisine with curry
- Indian alternative
- Spicy ethnic food
- Whence the word "bong"
- Spicy Southeast Asian cuisine
- Cuisine with tom yum soup
- Many a Theravada Buddhist
- Pad see ew cuisine
- Some spicy cuisine
- Cuisine in which "phat mama" is a noodle dish
- From Bangkok
- Bangkok resident
- A native or inhabitant of Thailand
- A branch of the Tai languages
- Man from Bangkok
- Tangy ethnic food
- Laotian's neighbor
- An Asian
- Worshiper in a wat
- Group of Asian languages
- One of the Rayong throng
- Cuisine type
- SE Asian language
- Nationality of the King in 17 Across
- Native of Bangkok
- Siamese, today
- Native of Rayong
- Southeast Asian
- Bangkok man
- Southeast Asian people
- Popular cuisine
- Language akin to Shan
- Neighbor of a Laotian
- Siamese, now
- Spicy cuisine
- Cambodian's neighbor
- Certain cuisine
- Cuisine choice
- Language with mostly monosyllabic words
- Chiang Mai native
- Cuisine that's big on noodles
- Asian tongue
- Ethnic cuisine
- Hot cuisine
- Asian cuisine
- Bangkok native
- Alternative to Chinese or Indian
- King Bhumibol Adulyadej, e.g.
- Like some noodle dishes
- Eastern cuisine
- Like kickboxing, originally
- Pad ___ (noodle dish)
- Spicy Asian cuisine
- Resident near the Isthmus of Kra
- Ang Thong resident
- Cuisine with sen yai noodles
- Southeast Asian cuisine
- Cuisine that includes pad see ew
- Like some spicy food
- Cuisine with pad see ew noodles
- Language with 44 consonants
- Bangkok citizen
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Thai \Thai\ (t[imac]), n. The language of Thailand (Siam); it is a member of the Tai group of languages.
Thai \Thai\ (t[imac]), a. Of or pertaining to the Thai language, a member of the Tai group of languages.
2. Of or pertaining to Thailand or its people.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
1808, native name, Tai, literally "free."
When used as an adjective, Thai refers to anything that originates from Thailand. As a noun it may refer to:
- Thai cuisine, the cuisine of Thailand
- Thai language, a Tai-Kadai language spoken mainly in and around Thailand
- Thai people, the dominant ethnic group of Thailand
Thai script, the writing system of Thai and various minority languages in Thailand
- Thai (Unicode block), a block of Thai characters in Unicode
- Thai, a month in the Tamil calendar
- Thai, slang for cannabis mixed with tobacco, commonly smoked in a bong
- Toe to Heel Air Injection, a method of extracting oil from oil sands
Thai is a Unicode block containing characters for the Thai, Lanna Tai, and Pali languages. It is based on the Thai Industrial Standard 620-2533.
Usage examples of "thai".
Four months after he arrived at Bangkok, at the age of eight, he spoke fluent, accentless Thai.
Their aircraft, milling about north of Chiang Mai, stood out clearly on radar, and his scouts had reported Thai airmobile forces gathering several kilometers to the southeast.
The RTAF Hueys and the Marine helos on loan to the Thai airmobile forces lifted from the jungle clearing at almost the same moment that the American Hornets were hitting SAM sites at U Feng and along the Taeng River Valley.
CAG had said there would be no SAR flights off the Jefferson, that the Thais were insisting on handling the search for Batman and Malibu themselves.
Dixie reported that the Thai formation was still pursuing the fleeing bogies and was now approaching U Feng.
Group Commander Dao Zhu Qingtong saw the Thai staging area first, a broad clearing several miles ahead.
Once it succeeded but Erg Noor managed to catch hold of Eon Thai as he rolled past, dropped flat on his stomach and caught hold of a big boulder with his hooked gloves.
This time there were four instead of the three people awake on board: Erg Noor and Pour Hyss, whose tour of duty it was, were joined by Louma Lasvy and Eon Thai.
There was a common factor, and it tied Hsiao in with both the communist rebellion and the Thai military coup.
Thai pilots get cut to pieces by whatever it was that Hsiao had waiting for them up there.
From Burma, Hsiao could retain control of his forces whatever happened, and the American prisoners would give him considerable bargaining power, both with the Thais and the Burmese.
When Michael David off returned from work, with several bags of odiferous Thai take-out, I had been asleep all afternoon, and he had been awake for almost two days.
One of countless spirits from Thai mythology, the Phi Song Nang is basically identical to the Pontianak of Indonesia and Malaysia, it attacks young men mostly.
She took him by train to the town of Sisophon near the Thai border, and from there they were taken by Land Rover on a two-hour journey during which Tran Quock Cong was blindfolded.
A Thai restaurant faced a Columbian coffee shop, which was flanked by a franchise burger place, which overpowered a minuscule West Indian roti shop, which, despite the competition, was jammed full of customers.