Definition for thais (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for thais
Thais sprang into action—or, perhaps one should say, inaction.
While some polling shows a majority of ordinary Thais approve of martial law, the political class is roiled with suspicion.
Verapat says Thais should come out and vote in force Sunday.
According to Mackay's research, Thais—the world's quickest—do it for 10.
Westerners may have grown accustomed to lurid tales of European royals, but not so the Thais.
When Thais was seven years old, Ahmes began to talk to her of God.
Ptolemy's first children were by Thais, the noted courtesan, but they were not thought legitimate.
Thais had come, showing her bleeding feet, and whilst he wept, she had slipped into his couch.
Little by little the lips of Thais, by lowering at the corners of the mouth, expressed a mysterious suffering.
But this damsel is no Thais certainly, and you aren't a bit like Paphuntius.When It Was Dark|Guy Thorne
British Dictionary definitions for thais (1 of 2)
British Dictionary definitions for thais (2 of 2)
Word Origin and History for thais
1808, native name, from Tai, literally "free." Thai stick "Asian marijuana cigarette" is attested by 1976.