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    Hi, im in need of a few name's written in Thai for t-shirts im making.

    1: King

    2: Somkit

    I'm planning on putting the names on a football shirt style t-shirts. I obviosly cant write thai(other than my name and a few other simple words). I just need it to copy and paste in to MS Word.

    Thanks in advance for your help.
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    Re: Thai script

    King = ԧ (I think this is what you want you meant, it's "king" spelled in Thai script but it's not the Thai word for the King)
    Somkit = Դ

    BTW, I'm curious as to what kind of reactions you got in Thailand wearing that ҹ͡ t-shirt ?

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    Re: Thai script

    Just to confirm "ԧ" is the spelling for King as in someones name?

    I've not worn the bann-nok T-shirt in Thai yet, it was only delivered 2 days ago.

    The first one "Royal Flag of Lao" was worn by my Lao friend in Thai, He said older people who know about it were the only ones who reacted to it. I was with him and i didn't notice anything.

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    Re: Thai script

    Yep as someone's name that's the right spelling for it.

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    Re: Thai script

    Hi Cuba64 !

    Just to make sure, is "King" a Thai Name because due to Transliteration we might be mistaken.

    If it's a Thai Name and the "K" sounds more like a "G" then it must be written like this

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    Re: Thai script

    Good point djaidee! Given his location in England, I assumed it was referring to a Western surname instead and spelled it accordingly, but I guess we'll see. Hope I didn't mislead him

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    Re: Thai script

    Yeah, it is a western name, i had two t-shirts made with it on, Spurs(Tottenham Hotspurs FC EPL) shirts made in the end. went down well

    As for the ѹ͡ shit, it made alot of people do a double take and in certan places got alot of attention

    Thanks.

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    Re: Thai script

    I have a problem. while in Pattaya/Jomtien, I promised "1" girl to make her

    something with her name on it by the time I was ready to go home it rose to

    "9" names. I need these names in Thai.

    1) GUN
    2) LIN
    3) PAT
    4) PUN
    5) TUK
    6) MIA
    7) NAM
    8) NOY
    9) JEEB

    I hope you can help me.

    whittler

    ps also my name Mike

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    Re: Thai script

    That can be quite tricky, because there are several possibilities for some Names you gave; due to Transliteration.

    Better you let them write down their Names in Thai Script and Post a Scan here.

    Your Name will be

    Mike =


    Anyway, I think it is better to let the shirts be printed in Thailand; much cheaper and they have different Thai Fonts and also can help you with the spelling.
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