Thai Submitted Names
are used in the country of Thailand in southeastern Asia.
Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
AIRRYf & mThai
Masculine and feminine usage throughout Thailand.
AMARINm & fThai
Derived from a Thai Buddhist epithet for the Hindu deity Indra
, itself from Sanskrit अमर (amara)
meaning "undying, immortal" combined with the name of the god Indra
AMPAWNm & fThai
Means "sky" in Thai, ultimately from Sanskrit अम्बर (ambara)
Means 'a beautiful woman who's knowledgeable' in Thai
Derived from Thai ภูมิ (puu-mí)
meaning "land, earth, ground" (of Sanskrit origin) combined with พล (pon)
meaning "force, strength, power". This was the name of the ninth King of Thailand, Bhumibol Adulyadej (1927-2016).
BUNG-KIm & fThai
A type of weaved baskets used in Thailand, sometimes shaped likes shells
Means "flowers, blooms, blossoms" in Thai.
Derived from Thai บุษบา (bus̄’bā)
meaning "flower", ultimately from Sanskrit पुष्प (puṣpa)
Means "moon water", from Thai words chan
"moon" and tara
Thai name from the verb 'to imagine, to dream'.
Jinda is the meaning of stones or pebbels, it originates from Thailand.
Derived from Thai จินตนา (cintnā)
meaning "to imagine, to dream", ultimately from Sanskrit.
Meaning "Belle" (as in, beautiful woman "belle").
กมล (Kamon) means "Heart" and ฉัตร (Chat) is the "holy" umbrella. It has many tiers, usually used for ritual procession. When both กมล (Kamon) and ฉัตร (Chat) combined it means "Peaceful heart"
Means "(sewing) needle" in Thai.
Thai masculine name derived from แข็งแรง (K̄hæ̆ngræng)
meaning "strong, powerful, healthy, solid".
This name was given after the name of Mithun, however, it is not used commonly
Derived from Thai ไกร (grai)
meaning "great" combined with ศักดิ์ (sàk)
Feminine Thai given name derived from the word กวาง (kwang)
Used by Thai actress Laknara Piatha (Born 1995).
Means "gift of God" or "noble" in Thai.
Means "tomorrow" or "future" in Thai.
NATEEm & fThai
Ancient Thai/Siamese word to describe a body of flowing water.
Means "daughter of the best" or "the hunter's daughter".
This is the name of Thai footballer Natthakarn Chinwong.
Means "little" or "little one" in Thai.
Derived from Thai นิรันดร์ (ní-ran)
meaning "forever, eternal".
Means "great, enormous" in Thai.
To be heartening. To bring dauntlessness, bravery, security and confidence to people.
PARINYAm & fThai
From Thai ปริญญา (priỵỵā)
From Thai ปัทมา (pạdmā)
meaning "lotus", of Sanskrit origin. It is a cognate of Padma
Means "beauty and goodness of the moon" in Thai.
Derived from Thai ไพลิน (phịlin)
Means "sweet and pleasant sounding" from Thai ไพเราะ (phịreāa)
meaning "melodic, melodious"; ultimately from เพลง (pleeng)
PHUENGf & mThai
Derived from Thai ผึ้ง (P̄hụ̂ng)
Possibly from Sanskrit प्रधान (pradhana)
meaning "most important, prime, chief of major".
Derived from Thai แพรว (æbrw)
meaning "gleaming, shining".
The word for "cheek" in Royal Thai.
This is the name of Thai singer Pranpriya Manoban, a member of the South Korean girl group "Black Pink".
PRAPAf & mThai
Derived from Sanskrit प्रभा (prabhā)
meaning "light, splendour, radiance".
Possibly from Thai ประ- (bprà-)
, an emphatic prefix, combined with พัฒน์ (phạtʹhn̒)
with an unknown meaning.
PRATEEPm & fThai
Means "light, lamp, candle" in Thai, ultimately from Sanskrit.
Derived from Thai พร้อม (prom)
"ready, prepared, set" and พร (phon)
"blessing, benediction, good wish".
RASAMEEf & mThai
Derived from Thai รัศมี (rạṣ̄mī)
meaning "ray of light, halo", ultimately from Sanskrit.
Means "starlight" from Thai แสง (sɛ̌ɛng)
meaning "light" and ดาว (daao)
Country of southeastern Asia that extends southward along the isthmus of Kra to the Malay peninsula
SIAMf & mThai (Rare)
Meaning Dark/Brown due to when Thailand was discovered the sun was setting over a forest creating a 'Dark' atmosphere. It also commonly known for being the old name of Thailand, a country which is located in South-East Asia.
This is the name of Sirikit Kitiyakara (1932-), the current queen dowager of Thailand and consort of former King Bhumibol
Derived from Thai ศิริ (sir)
"glory, splendour" and รัตน (rạtn)
"jewel, gem, treasure".
SOMf & mThai
Derived from Thai ส้ม (som)
meaning "orange (fruit)".
Derived from Sanskrit सुचित्रा (sucitrā)
meaning "good illusion", from सु- (su-)
meaning "good, fine, excellent" combined with चित्रा (citrā)
meaning "illusion, unreality"... [more]
This is the name of Thai footballer Sunisa Srangthaisong.
Derived from Sanskrit सु- (su-)
meaning "good, excellent, fine" combined with पत्र (patra)
meaning "letter, paper, leaf" or पात्र (pātra)
meaning "cup, goblet, glass" or "actor, character".
SURATm & fThai
Derived from Thai สุ (sù)
meaning "good, fine, excellent" combined with รัตน์ (rạtn)
meaning "gem, jewel".
Means "sun" in Thai. Famous bearer of the name is Suriyan Sor Rungvisai, a Thai professional boxer.