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Andy Knoedler - January 03, 2008
One favorite is "reo-reo" (pronounced layo-layo), meaning "get a move on" or "hurry". Another is "aroi" (= ah-loy), meaning "delicious. A third is "mai pen rai" (= my pen lie), meaning "that's OK".
Maulin - January 17, 2009
For men- Khrap For ladies-Kha Example- Men- Sa-wat-dee-khrap Ladies- Sa-wat-dee-kha

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