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English translation: "THAI E", "THAI" = Be, Become, Happen, etc.

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Gujarati term or phrase:thai e
English translation:"THAI E", "THAI" = Be, Become, Happen, etc.
Entered by: Vimal Panchal
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23:14 Nov 28, 2008
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Gujarati term or phrase: thai e
i would like to know if this can be used the same was as in english, i think this means whatever so can you use this like when someone asks you a question can you just say thai e in response? and how do you pronounce the e is it the same as e in english?
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"THAI E", "THAI" = Be, Become, Happen, etc.
Explanation:
* "Thai" in English is...
THAI is short form of Thailand, Thai Airline, etc as you would know.

* Example of word THAI used in Gujarati...

1) THAI E can also be written as THAIE or THAI JAIE
-> "Aapne Sau Ek THAIE" = Lets all be united.
-> "Aapne Das Minit Ma Taiyaar THAIE JAIE" = Lets get ready in ten minutes.
-> "Chalo, Savadh THAIE" = Lets be cautious.

2) THAI GAI / THAI GAYO
-> "Tu Bahu Jadi THAI GAI Chhe" would mean "You have become much fat" in English. (Here THAI GAI is for feminine).

Alternatively THAI GAYO is for masculine sentence and in this case, Gujarati sentence would be "Tu Bahu Jado THAI GAYO Chhe" but the English sentence would just be the same).

3) THAYU (Short form of "THAI GAYU")
-> "Bahu Thayu" -> That's enough (happened).
-> "Thai Gayu" -> Has happened, Has been over.
-> "Thai Gayu?" -> Has it happened?, Is that over?

4) "Tha Thaiya Thaiya Tha THAI" is a Gujarati slogan frequently spoken in GUJARATI BHAVAI (Farcical Dramatic Show). Note THAI here. It literally means happened, became, etc.

So, in general Gujarati "THAI" would mean BE, BECOME, HAPPEN, etc.
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Vimal Panchal


  

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"THAI E", "THAI" = Be, Become, Happen, etc.


Explanation:
* "Thai" in English is...
THAI is short form of Thailand, Thai Airline, etc as you would know.

* Example of word THAI used in Gujarati...

1) THAI E can also be written as THAIE or THAI JAIE
-> "Aapne Sau Ek THAIE" = Lets all be united.
-> "Aapne Das Minit Ma Taiyaar THAIE JAIE" = Lets get ready in ten minutes.
-> "Chalo, Savadh THAIE" = Lets be cautious.

2) THAI GAI / THAI GAYO
-> "Tu Bahu Jadi THAI GAI Chhe" would mean "You have become much fat" in English. (Here THAI GAI is for feminine).

Alternatively THAI GAYO is for masculine sentence and in this case, Gujarati sentence would be "Tu Bahu Jado THAI GAYO Chhe" but the English sentence would just be the same).

3) THAYU (Short form of "THAI GAYU")
-> "Bahu Thayu" -> That's enough (happened).
-> "Thai Gayu" -> Has happened, Has been over.
-> "Thai Gayu?" -> Has it happened?, Is that over?

4) "Tha Thaiya Thaiya Tha THAI" is a Gujarati slogan frequently spoken in GUJARATI BHAVAI (Farcical Dramatic Show). Note THAI here. It literally means happened, became, etc.

So, in general Gujarati "THAI" would mean BE, BECOME, HAPPEN, etc.

Vimal Panchal
India
Local time: 00:21
Native speaker of: Native in GujaratiGujarati
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