See also: thai, Thái, thaï, Thaï, þai, and Thai.

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Borrowed from Thai ไทย (tai).

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Thai (comparative more Thai, superlative most Thai)

  1. Of or pertaining to Thailand.

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A Thai (person from Thailand) in a traditional dress.

Thai (countable and uncountable, plural Thai or Thais)

  1. (countable) A person living in or coming from Thailand.
    • 1958, Russell H. Fifield, The Diplomacy of Southeast Asia: 1945-1958[1], New York: Harper & Brothers, LCCN 58-8354, OCLC 245961707, OL 6247420M, page 263:
      The Bangkok government indicated real concern over the developments in Communist China’s Yunnan province. Thai officials were afraid that Sibsongpanna would be a center where pro-Communist Thai in Southeast Asia would go and where subversive agitation could be directed against outside legitimate governments.
  2. A domestic cat breed.
  3. (uncountable) The main language spoken in Thailand (closely related to Lao).
  4. (uncountable) Thai cuisine; traditional Thai food.

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A Thai cat.
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Thai n

  1. Thai (language)
    Synonym: Thais

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Thai m (plural Thai or Thais)

  1. A Thai person.