See also: , อึ, and อ.

ThaiEdit

PronunciationEdit

Orthographic/Phonemicอี
ɒ ī
RomanizationPaiboonii
Royal Institutei
(standard) IPA(key)/ʔiː˧/

Etymology 1Edit

Alternative formsEdit

Alternative forms

NounEdit

อี (ii)

  1. (sometimes considered vulgar and offensive) used as a title for a female animal.
  2. (archaic, vulgar, derogatory and offensive) used as a term of address to or title for a female commoner.
  3. (vulgar, derogatory, offensive) used as a term of address to or title for a woman.
  4. (slang, vulgar, sometimes considered offensive) used as a familiar or affectionate term of address to or title for anyone.
  5. (slang, vulgar, sometimes considered derogatory and offensive) used as a term of address to or title for anyone or anything; used as a prefix by way of emphasis
  6. used as a title for certain traditional Thai games and postures in those games, such as อีเข่า, อีงุ้ม, อีตัก, etc.
Related termsEdit
Related terms

Etymology 2Edit

PronounEdit

อี (ii)

  1. (colloquial, used amongst Chinese people) a third person pronoun: he, she, it, they, etc.

Etymology 3Edit

NounEdit

อี (ii)

  1. Transliteration of English e