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  • n. Plural form of Thai.
  • proper n. A female given name.


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From Thai ไทย (thai)

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From Ancient Greek, became known as the name of the mistress of Alexander the Great.


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  • Thais is getting one of his littermates, and my mother is sending us some much-needed flea bath treatment.

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  • The Thais still use the Chinese word for vegetarianism, simply pronounced "J".

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  • My good friend Thais is flying out of Dar es Salaam tonight ... and isn’t coming back.

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  • In the year 1250, the first kingdom of the people known as the Thais, was created at Sukhothai.

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  • The Thais are the happiest and most industrious group I have observed in the Asian area and progress was rapid.

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  • It was a cruel _snouch_ in the Painter, a fine Girl having paid him seventy-five guineas for an hour's work, and being unable to pay for the other half of her portrait, to exhibit her with such a sarcastic allusion to her private life -- to call her Thais -- to put a torch in her hand, and direct her to set flames to the temple of Chastity.

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  • These ethnic and linguistic differences and a feeling among Malays of cultural domination by the Thais are the kindling of the insurgency.

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  • The Thais are a gentle, humorous people, and deal with every day problems with a smile.

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  • "Not a lot of his operas have stayed in repertoire, but 'Thais' is holding on."

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