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What you should know about December in Thai

What you should know about December in Thai

December in Thai is ธันวาคม pronounced tan-waa kom. Like all months (เดือน deuan) in Thai that have 31 days, it ends with คม (kom). The abbreviated version of ธันวาคม is ธ.ค. The beginning...

What you should know about October in Thai

What you should know about October in Thai

October in Thai is ตุลาคม pronounced dtù-laa kom. Like all months (เดือน deuan) in Thai that have 31 days, it ends with คม (kom). The abbreviated version of ตุลาคม is ต.ค. The beginning...

What you should know about September in Thai

What you should know about September in Thai

September in Thai is กันยายน pronounced gan-yaa-yon. Like all months (เดือน deuan) in Thai that have 30 days, it ends with ยน (yon). The abbreviated version of กันยายน is ก.ย. The beginning...

What you should know about July in Thai

What you should know about July in Thai

July in Thai is กรกฎาคม pronounced gà-rá-gà-daa-kom. Like all months (เดือน deuan) in Thai that have 31 days, it ends with คม (kom). The abbreviated version of กรกฎาคม is ก.ค. The beginning...

What you should know about August in Thai

What you should know about August in Thai

August in Thai is สิงหาคม pronounced sĭng-hăa kom. Like all months (เดือน deuan) in Thai that have 31 days, it ends with คม (kom). The abbreviated version of สิงหาคม is ส.ค. The beginning...

What you should know about June in Thai

What you should know about June in Thai

June in Thai is มิถุนายน pronounced mí-tù-naa-yon. Like all months (เดือน deuan) in Thai that have 30 days, it ends with ยน (yon). The abbreviated version of มิถุนายน is มิ.ย. The beginning...

What you should know about November in Thai

What you should know about November in Thai

November in Thai is พฤศจิกายน pronounced préut-sà-jì-gaa-yon. Like all months (เดือน deuan) in Thai that have 30 days, it ends with ยน (yon). The abbreviated version of พฤศจิกายน is พ.ย. The beginning of พฤศจิกายน is พฤศจิก (préut-sà-jìk) meaning scorpion coming from...

What you should know about May in Thai

What you should know about May in Thai

May in Thai is พฤษภาคม pronounced préut-sà-paa kom. Like all months (เดือน deuan) in Thai that have 31 days, it ends with คม (kom). The abbreviated version of พฤษภาคม is พ.ค. The beginning of พฤษภาคม is พฤษภ (préut)...

What you should know about April in Thai

What you should know about April in Thai

April in Thai is เมษายน pronounced may-săa-yon. Like all months (เดือน deuan) in Thai that have 30 days, it ends with ยน (yon.). The abbreviated version of เมษายน is เม.ย. The beginning of เมษายน is เมษ (mâyt) coming from the Aries zodiac...

What you should know about March in Thai

What you should know about March in Thai

March in Thai is มีนาคม pronounced mee-naa kom. Like all months (เดือน deuan) in Thai that have 31 days, it ends with คม (kom). The abbreviated version of มีนาคม is มี.ค. The beginning of มีนาคม is มีน (meen) coming...

What you should know about February in Thai

What you should know about February in Thai

February in Thai is กุมภาพันธ์ pronounced gum-paa pan. Since February has either 28 or 29 days, it is the only month that does not end with either ยน (yon) or คม (kom) and instead ends in พันธ์ pan. The abbreviated version...

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