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The Tattoo Thread - Western Names In Thai Script

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Hi, I was wondering how you would write Tahsanee (was told it meant 'lovely view' in Thai ... is that acurrate?). Thank you :)

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ID: 352   Posted (edited)

I would write Tassanee or Tatsanee. And it means beautiful.

Edited by thithi

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Hi All,

I am looking to have a text tattoo for some time to represent my very strong morals of being faithful and honest.

I have previously been advised that "ใจซื่อถือสัตย์" would work. I have been informed that this means 'intuitively honest and loyal".

To understand the context, 'faithful' is meant in terms of my loyalty / faithfulness to my friends, my partner, my job etc, not in terms of religion.


My use of 'honest' is meant in terms of me being an honest law abiding person - doing the right thing.

Thanks in advance,
Ruth

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I've already asked this question but i think that it is the right topic.

What s the thai translation of " I still believe in paradise" , but the meaning of "paradise" must not be like heaven butmore like a paradise on the earth.
Thanks for your help

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ID: 355   Posted (edited)

How would you translate "be the change you want to see in the world"? My Thai friends say it's rather difficult but they might not grasp the meaning correctly, who knows.

Edited by ragamuffin

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heyy could someone possibly tell me what my name would be in thai? its ainsley. much thanks! x

เอนสลีย์

but a staff member who has a masters in English says this roughly translates into 'Leaner Isley' guess there's no way of knowing is there?? Can you break that down phonetically??

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ID: 358   Posted (edited)

How do you spell : Jalen Njoroge in Thai? The N on my last name is not silent btw

Edited by Njoro831

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Hi All,

I am looking to have a text tattoo for some time to represent my very strong morals of being faithful and honest.

I have previously been advised that "ใจซื่อถือสัตย์" would work. I have been informed that this means 'intuitively honest and loyal".

To understand the context, 'faithful' is meant in terms of my loyalty / faithfulness to my friends, my partner, my job etc, not in terms of religion.

My use of 'honest' is meant in terms of me being an honest law abiding person - doing the right thing.

Thanks in advance,

Ruth

ใจซื่อถือสัตย์ will have more or less the meaning you wanted.

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Hi, I was wondering how you would write Tahsanee (was told it meant 'lovely view' in Thai ... is that acurrate?). Thank you smile.png

ทัศนีย์ or ทรรศนีย์

It means "beautiful to look at".

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My mother who was born in Bangkok recently passed away and I wanted to get her name tattooed on my arm.

Her name was Siripon ( though I understand another spelling might be Siriporn ) ... can someone help me translate this into Thai Script?

I think it's this: ศิริพร but I obviously want to make sure before I commit it to my arm.

I'm also considering adding years the 1947-2013 as well. Would this be correct? ๒๔๙๐ - ๒๕๕๖

Thank you.

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How do you spell : Jalen Njoroge in Thai? The N on my last name is not silent btw

It would help if you told us how to pronounce your surname. Looks like an African name?

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heyy could someone possibly tell me what my name would be in thai? its ainsley. much thanks! x

เอนสลีย์

but a staff member who has a masters in English says this roughly translates into 'Leaner Isley' guess there's no way of knowing is there?? Can you break that down phonetically??

And how would a Masters in English help with reading/writing Thai? is pronounced enslee IMHO.

เอนสลีย์ is pronounced enslee IMHO.

I would write it as อนส์ลี่

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