shimai

Dutch translation: ªÔÁÒÂ, äªÁÒÂ

04:22 Aug 8, 2000
Thai to Dutch translations [PRO]
Thai term or phrase: shimai
This is my name, the only connection for me is that it is a title of an song by Ennio Morriconen
Shimai
Dutch translation:ªÔÁÒÂ, äªÁÒÂ
Explanation:
This might be wayy too late to answer your q.. i just stumbled onto it about now..
anyway..
Since it's your name which I'm not quite sure how you pronounce it... i'll give you the choices that you can choose from then.
1. If you pronounce it as "shai-mai" then the Thai version would be "äªÁÒÂ"
2. If you pronounce it as "she-mai" , the Thai version would be "ªÔÁÒÂ"
3. If you pronouce it as the Japanese do "shi-ma-i", then it would be "ªÔÁÒÍÔ"

çHTH :D
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amarilis
Thailand
Local time: 22:04
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hello again my name "Shimai" is pronounced like the Japanees "shi-ma-i" but can you explain to me what the meaning of this word is. What means shimai in japanees
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5ªÔÁÒÂ, äªÁÒÂ
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ªÔÁÒÂ, äªÁÒÂ


Explanation:
This might be wayy too late to answer your q.. i just stumbled onto it about now..
anyway..
Since it's your name which I'm not quite sure how you pronounce it... i'll give you the choices that you can choose from then.
1. If you pronounce it as "shai-mai" then the Thai version would be "äªÁÒÂ"
2. If you pronounce it as "she-mai" , the Thai version would be "ªÔÁÒÂ"
3. If you pronouce it as the Japanese do "shi-ma-i", then it would be "ªÔÁÒÍÔ"

çHTH :D

amarilis
Thailand
Local time: 22:04
Native speaker of: Native in ThaiThai, Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 1
Grading comment
hello again my name "Shimai" is pronounced like the Japanees "shi-ma-i" but can you explain to me what the meaning of this word is. What means shimai in japanees
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