Why are Thai names so funny?

Why are Thai names so random?

In Thailand, family names are so long and unique because you are not supposed to have the same last names as someone if you’re not related. … Additionally, it is also so easy for people to create their own last names too. This is because of religious, and sometimes personal superstitious reasons.

Is it disrespectful to say Thai names?

Calling Thais with their official name is not disrespectful. We do use our first name a lot and we don’t mind if anyone call us with our full name. It’s just too long and formal so we tend to use nickname among family and friends.

Why do Thai people use different names?

It is common for Thai people to change their given name at any point in their life. One may do so if burdened by bad luck/ill health or to reflect a significant life change. People may also change and create a new family name, usually for religious or personal superstitious reasons.

What does the name Nanno mean in Thai?

Alias. Girl from Nowhere (Thai: เด็กใหม่)

Is calling full name rude?

calling someone by their full name is not disrespectful. it is just not convenient to call someone by a 5- or-more-syllable name. we usually don’t say someone’s last name unless we want to emphasize the one is from that family.

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How do I call my girlfriend in Thailand?

1. My Darling

  1. – ที่รัก /tîi rák.
  2. – ดาหลิง /daa-lǐng/ or ด่าลิ้ง /dàa-líng/
  3. – Dearest / beloved: ทูนหัว /tuun hǔa.
  4. – Dear / darling: ยาหยี /yaa yǐi.
  5. – หวานใจ /wǎan jai.
  6. – คนดี /khon dii.
  7. – โอ๋ๆ ไม่เป็นไรนะ คนดี /ǒo ǒo, mâi pen rai ná, khon dii/ “Oh, come, it’ll be all right, my love.”
  8. – น้องรัก /nÓOng rák/ = dear (lady) love.