See also: tsai

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Etymology edit

From Mandarin (Cài), Wade–Giles romanization: Tsʻai⁴.

Proper noun edit

Tsai (plural Tsais)

  1. A surname from Mandarin Chinese.
    • 2015 June 23, Jake Chung, “Students graduate on Taiwu Mountain”, in Taipei Times[1], →ISSN, →OCLC, archived from the original on 21 October 2022, Taiwan News‎[2]:
      The two elementary-school students graduating this year, Yang Hao-lung (楊昊龍) and Chang Wei-shih (張煒世), started out from the school at 8:30am yesterday and jogged to Jinsha Township (金沙) Office before riding a tandem bicycle to the entrance of the ancient trail into Taiwu Mountain (太武山), bordered by the Tsai () family’s ancestral house.

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  • According to the 2010 United States Census, Tsai is the 3291st most common surname in the United States, belonging to 10968 individuals. Tsai is most common among Asian/Pacific Islander (94.57%) individuals.

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