SummaryThe Thai translation for “I (male speaker)” is ผม. The Thai, ผม, can be broken down into 2 parts:"The 28th consonant of the Thai alphabet" (ผ) and "The 33rd consonant of the Thai alphabet" (ม).
Pronounced the same
Examples of "I (male speaker)" in useThere are 745 examples of the Thai word for "I (male speaker)" being used:
And then I can hear my father shouting for me to hurry ashore because my area there are only shells. ,
And then there were small bits of glass in the water which could cut my feet. I walked around and tried to avoid stepping on them. ,
But I ordered the grilled seafood, the grilled seafood are everything including seafood, such as shrimp crabs clams and squid. Bring it to the full table. ,