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    How to write my name in thai?

    Hi!
    How can I write my name - Mari - in thai?

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    Mari
    มาร์รี

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    That depends on how you pronouce it.... if it's a Japanese name with the short second syllable (..ri), the popular spelling would be มาริ

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    Thanks!!

    This was very helpful.

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    i would say มาริ as well
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    English words in Thai

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    How can I compare the English alphabet with thai, seemed A,B,C,D in Thai
    where can I find the answer.

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    search google for เอ บี ซี

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    Hey my name is ELNAZ and
    I also wondered have to write my name in thai, cause I want to make a tattoo.

    Yours Sincerly

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alvaro de Aguiar
    How can I compare the English alphabet with thai, seemed A,B,C,D in Thai
    where can I find the answer.
    In what way do you want to compare them? If the alphabets are indeed related, note that what is now the Thai alphabet (and many others, e.g. Devanagari) was reordered and overhauled well over 2000 years ago, and neither the system before nor after included vowels in the alphabet on the same terms as consonants. Vowels are something extra.

    To get your thoughts in order, first try comparing the English alphabet with a Western alphabet - any of Cyrillic, Greek, Arabic and Hebrew will do.

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