เหงาใจ [ เหฺงา ไจ ]ngăo jai
This is an approximate indication of how common a word is in Thai.
[ Verb ]
- [to] be lonely ; feel lonely
Did You Know ?Personal Pronouns in Thai
Though many other aspects of Thai grammar are quite simple compared to other languages, that certainly doesn't apply to its complex and involved personal pronoun structure. Whereas a learner can get by to start with by learning just a few of the more common ones, a native Thai speaker may switch personal pronouns many times a day depending on the situation and who they're talking to. The variety of pronouns range from the very formal to the very casual/insulting, and there's distinct differences between male and female usage. An additional difficulty is that several of the pronouns have more than one meaning, and you may need to use the context to work out the true meaning.
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