Pad __: Asian noodles dish

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Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 24 Dec 18, Monday

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Thai people or the Thais (Thai: ชาวไทย), also known as Siamese (Thai: ไทยสยาม), are a nation and Tai ethnic group native to Southeast Asia, primarily living mainly Central Thailand (Siamese proper).[24][25][26][27][28][2][29] As a part of the larger Tai ethnolinguistic group native to Southeast Asia as well as southern China and Northeast India, Thais speak the Central Thai language, [30] and is classified as part of the Tai–Kadai family of languages. Majority of Thais are followers of Theravada Buddhism.

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After Thai cultural mandates, assimilation process cause the term Thai people has a loose meaning refers to the population of Thailand, essentially the citizenry of Thailand, which includes the geographical areas of northern Thai (Lanna), Isan people which more closely related to Laotian, and Thai of Chinese origin etc. also refer as Thai, and not only to ethnic Siamese.

According to Michel Ferlus, the ethnonyms Thai/Tai (or Thay/Tay) would have evolved from the etymon *k(ə)ri: ‘human being’ through the following chain: *kəri: > *kəli: > *kədi:/*kədaj > *di:/*daj > *dajA (Proto-Southwestern Tai) > tʰajA2 (in Siamese and Lao) or > tajA2 (in the other Southwestern and Central Tai languages classified by Li Fangkuei).[31] Michel Ferlus’ work is based on some simple rules of phonetic change observable in the Sinosphere and studied for the most part by William H. Baxter (1992).[32]

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