[ley-oh-shuh n, lou-shuh n]
- of or relating to Laos, its people, or their language.
Origin of Laotian
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He paid off Laotian, Thai, and Burmese soldiers, policemen, local officials, and village elders.How China Used Drones to Capture a Notorious Burmese Drug Lord
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Over the course of the next several years, America admitted over one million Vietnamese and Laotian refugees.We Abandoned Them: Kirk Johnson’s Fight to Save Iraqis
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A Reprieve spokesman called the Laotian judicial system “a farce.”
“We hope that the Laotian government does not delay matters further,” Morris said after she met Orobator.
Every evening some of the good Laotian mountaineers came to see the farang.
Stages are erected on which the Laotian ladies in search of a husband assemble.Indo-China and Its Primitive People
The Laotian is as superstitious as the Cambodian, and perhaps more so than the Siamese.
The Laotian priests are continually praying in their pagodas; they make a frightful noise, chanting from morning to night.
The next place I arrived at was Chaiapoune, the principal Laotian town in the north, and the chief town of the district.
- plural Laotians, Lao or Laos a member of a Buddhist people of Laos and NE Thailand, related to the Thais
- the language of this people, closely related to Thai
- of or relating to this people or their language or to Laos