What Does Kop Khun Krap Mean?

How do you reply to Sawadee Krap?

If the person is working, the answer might be a short “Chai ka/khrub” with a slight frown to indicate mild discontent.

Or, if they have a day off (Wan yuut”), they might smile (“Yim”) and say; “Wanee mai tam ngan khrup/ka”..

What does Krab mean in Thailand?

The written phrase to say hello in Thai is Sawasdee Krab/Ka. The ending Krab/Ka depends on your own gender, not the gender of the person you’re speaking to. Krab is for men and ka is for women.

What is Sawadee Krap?

Sawadee krap/ka: Hello A cheery greeting can go a long way in the Land of Smiles. Sawadee krap/ka will often be met with a huge grin! You can use the same phrase to bid someone goodbye too.

What does 555 mean in Thai?

HaHaHaThe number five in Thailand ห้า sounds like Ha. So, 555 = HaHaHa.

What does na mean in Thai?

Thai Language Tuition Blog. It is equivalent to the suffix “-able” or those adjectives end in “-ing” in the English language. Structure: na + verb / adjective = adjective (end in “-able” or “-ing) – na + rak (to love) = na-rak (น่ารัก) = is lovable / is lovely / is cute / is adorable.

How do you say goodnight in Thai?

Below are expressions that are commonly used.ได้เวลานอนแล้ว [dâi way-laa norn léaw] It is bed time. เวลา [way-laa] means ‘time’ … ราตรีสวัสดิ์ [raa-dtrii sà-wàt] Good night (formal)ฝันดี [făn dii] Good night/ Have a nice dream. ฝัน [făn] means ‘to dream’ … ฝันหวาน [făn wăan]

Why do Thai say ka?

In the Thai Royal Institute Dictionary, the words “ka” and “krub” are both defined as “an ending word to suggest the politeness of the message.” In my own translation, they are filler words that don’t mean anything.

What does Koon Chai mean?

Koon Chai is used to refer to noble men (with manners), so Ae mockingly nicknames Pete according to Pete’s neat characters. Koon Noo is by all means young master. Hope this somehow helps. 1 reply 0 retweets 13 likes. 1.

What does Kapunka mean?

Free LandIn Thailand, to say thank you, you say ‘kapunka’ if you are a female, and ‘kapunkap’ if you are a male. We used it a lot. Thailand means Free Land.