How to say celiac in Thai: Gin Kluten Mai Dai

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How to say celiac in Thai: Gin Kluten Mai Dai

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To say celiac in Thai: Gin Kluten Mai Dai
Say it out loud: “geen gloo ten MAI DAI

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Some more helpful words in our Thai Diet Considerations category:

bread – Khanom Pang  (kah-nohm bahng)
celiac – Gin Kluten Mai Dai  (geen gloo ten MAI DAI)
cheese – Chit  (CHEET)
dairy – Nom Noei  (nohm noo-ee)
eggs – Khai  (kai)
gluten-free – Mai Mi Kluten  (MAI mee gloo-ten)
I am vegan – Pen Je  (ben jay)
I don't eat… – Gin … Mai Dai  (geen … MAI DAI)
kosher – Mai Sai Mu  (MAI sai moo)
meat – Nuea  (noo-ah)
milk – Nom  (nohm)
nuts – Thua  (TOO-ah)
organic – Ahan Insi  (ah-hahn in-see)
sugar – Nam Tan  (nahm dahn)
wheat – Khao Sali  (KAO sah lee)

And here’s how to say celiac in other languages!

Chinese–Fùqiāng Bìng Huànzhě  (Foo Chyang Bing Hwan Juh)
Croatian–celijakija  (sell ee ah kee ya)
Czech–celiac  (say lee ack)
French–coeliaque  (seal ee ack)
German–zöliakie  (zoo lee ah kee)
Italian–celiaco  (chel ee ah koe)
Japanese–Searikku  (Ceh Ree Ack)
Korean–Selliak Byeong  (Celiac Byung)
Portuguese–Doença Celíaca  (do-en sa se lee-aa kah)
Russian–tseliakiya  (tseh lee ah kee ya)
Spanish–celíaco  (sell ee' ah koe)
Swahili–shida ya tumbo  (She dah yah too m’boh)
Thai–Gin Kluten Mai Dai  (geen gloo ten MAI DAI)
Turkish–colyak  (johl' yahk)
Vietnamese–Dị Ứng Tinh Bột  (Yee Ung Din Bot)

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Ross in Thailand
Biography: Ross has been a photographer and designer in Chiang Mai, Thailand for over three years, working on development issues and with refugees from Myanmar. He's traveled extensively throughout Southeast Asia, enjoying the food, languages, people and breathtaking landscapes.
Location: Chiang Mai, Thailand

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