Thai Love Sayings

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Thai Love Sayings
Thai is a tonal language, meaning that words can have different meanings depending on how they are pronounced. (Thailand image by askaja from

The Thai language is spoken by an estimated 55 million individuals, the majority of whom reside in the Southeast Asian country of Thailand. With four primary dialects spoken throughout Thailand, the standard dialect is referred to as Siamese.

Phrases in Thai relating to love and relationships can be translated to similar phrases that are used in Western culture.

New Relationship Phrases

English: "You are very beautiful."

Thai: koon suay mak mak

English: "I like your smile."

Thai: pom chorp roi yim kong koon.

English: "Can I hold your hand?"

Thai: pom kor jub meu koon dai mai?

English: "Your eyes are so beautiful."

Thai: duang dtar kong koon suay mak.

Phrases to Express Feelings

English: "I love you."

Thai: pom ruk koon

This phrase expresses love from a male to a female.

English: "I love you."

Thai: chun ruk koon.

This phrase expresses love from a female to a male.

English: "You make me happy."

Thai: koon tam hai pom mee kwarm sook

English: "I want you to be happy."

Thai: pom dtong gan hai koon mee kwarm sook

English: "I want to be with you."

Thai: pom yaak yoo gup koon

General Relationship & Love Phrases

English: "My heart is yours."

Thai: hua jai kong pom ben kong koon

English: "I will be faithful to you."

Thai: pom ja seu-sut dtor/gub koon

English: "I can't live without you."

Thai: pom yoo mai dai ta mai mee koon

English: "I will always be on your side."

Thai: pom ja yoo kiang-kang koon sa-mer

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