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A gentleman, a lady
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    question

    Hi,

    Does anybody know....
    What are the Thai words for "Gentleman" and "Lady"?
    (I don't mean like "a man"/a woman", but for a way to describe behavior, one who is honorable and have good manners).
    like:
    "He behaves like a real gentleman"
    or
    "It is not appropriate for a lady.."

    I usuallu use "su-paap" and "jai-dii", any other suggestions?

    Thanks...

    it\'s my party and I\'ll cry if I want to.

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    "Gentleman" = Ҿ (Supaap Burut)
    "Lady" = Ҿʵ (Supaap Sattri)


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    Thanks nui!
    it\'s my party and I\'ll cry if I want to.

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    Ladies



    Gents

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