# What does 9 mean in Thailand?

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## Is 8 lucky in Thai?

The word for nine (kao) in Thai is a homophone for the word walk in Thai, suggesting prosperity. The number eight looks like infinity, suggesting abundance.

## What number is unlucky in Thailand?

The number 13 is missing in Thailand, it is bad luck! In elevators, this number is usually replaced by “12A”.

## What is 555 in Thai mean?

So, if you’ve ever been wondering what 555 means in Thailand, here it is: Writing 555 is the same as using hahaha or lol in your message. Yup, it is that simple. Next time you see it you’ll know they are joking around, having a laugh, or thought what they wrote is funny (don’t we all).

## Is 9 a lucky number in Thailand?

In Thai folklore, there are lucky and unlucky numbers. … However, the number 9 (‘kao’) is the luckiest of them all: it is thought to be lucky because, when pronounced in Thai, it sounds like ‘moving forward’ (‘kaw-nah’ – while it doesn’t look similar, it sounds similar!).

## What does the number 7 mean in Thai?

The Thai translation for “7 (seven)” is เจ็ด.

## What is Thai for good luck?

good luck; good fortune. ขอให้โชคดี

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## Is 9 the most powerful number?

9 is the highest single-digit number in the decimal system. It is the second non-unitary square prime of the form (p2) and the first that is odd. All subsequent squares of this form are odd. Since 9 = 321, 9 is an exponential factorial.

## Is 9 an evil number?

Examples. The first evil numbers are: 0, 3, 5, 6, 9, 10, 12, 15, 17, 18, 20, 23, 24, 27, 29, 30, 33, 34, 36, 39 …

## Is it difficult to learn Thai numbers?

Although we still count in English! Luckily, Thai is one of the easiest languages to count in, and you can easily learn basic thai numbers. After you’ve mastered one through ten, the rest are really easy! Thai numbers are similar to other languages like Spanish or German, because they repeat themselves.

## How do you say number one in Thai?

The Thai language has its own set of numerals, although the standard Arabic/Western numerals are much more commonly encountered.

Numbers 1 to 10.

Arabic Numerals Thai Numerals Pronunciation
1 หนึ่ง nèung
2 สอง sŏng
3 สาม săam
4 สี่ sèe