CoolSlang Logo
Thai

Anggrit

An Englishman and sometime any British person.

Submitted February 17th, 2012 by: Bruce

Comments

Almost right. Angkrit means English. Any reference to a person in Thai will be "Khon" meaning person, and then the classifier second. In this cases "Angkrit", English. Thus the description of an English person would be "Khon Angkrit" translated English person. Sometimes Thai people do use only "Angkrit", but this is considered by most Thai people as an uneducated way of speaking, and a person speaking like that is usually considered by many Thai people as very low class in Thai society. Comment by: Dave   

 
 

40 visitors online © 2004, 2007, 2012 by CoolSlang