Tai

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Tai

  1. A female given name.
  2. A branch of the Tai-Kadai language family, including Thai, Lao, Shan, and Zhuang.

Noun[edit]

Tai (plural Tais or Tai)

  1. A descendant of speakers of a common proto-Tai language, including subpopulations which no longer speak a Tai language.
    • 1901, Census of India
      The Tais first appeared in history in Yunnan, and from thence they migrated into Upper Burma. The earliest swarms appear to have entered that tract about two thousand years ago, and were small in number.

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Tai

  1. Thailand