How to say garlic in Thai: Grathiam

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How to say garlic in Thai: Grathiam

Learning Thai for travel or study? Let’s try this term:

To say garlic in Thai: Grathiam
Say it out loud: “grah tee-em

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Some more helpful words in our Thai Vegetables category:

artichokes – Atichok  (ah tee chohk)
beans – Thua  (TOO-ah)
carrots – Hua Khaerot  (hoo-ah keh rawt)
chickpeas – Tua Luk Kai  (TOO-ah LOOK gai)
cucumber – Taengkwa  (deng gwah)
eggplant – Makhuea  (mah koo-ah)
garlic – Grathiam  (grah tee-em)
lentils – Lentin  (lehn teen)
mushrooms – Het  (het)
olives – Olif  (oh leef)
onions – Homyai  (hawm yai)
peppers – Phrikyuak  (preek yoo-ahk)
potato – Man Farang  (mahn fah rang)
salad – Salat  (sah laht)
spinach – Phak Khom  (pahk kohm)
tomatoes – Makhueathet  (mah koo-ah TEHT)

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

Arabic–Tom  (tom)
Chinese–Dàsuàn  (Da Swan)
Croatian–češnjak  (chesh nee yahk)
Czech–česnek  (ches nek)
Finnish–valkosipuli  (vahl coh sip uh lih)
French–ail  (eye)
German–knoblauch  (canoo blau)
Italian–aglio  (ahl yo)
Japanese–Ninniku  (Nin Nee Koo)
Korean–Maneul  (Ma Neul)
Polish–czosnek  (chos' neck)
Portuguese–Alho  (aal yoo)
Russian–chesnok  (chee snohk)
Spanish–ajo  (ah hoe)
Swahili–kitunguu saumu  (kee too n’goo sah oo moo)
Thai–Grathiam  (grah tee-em)
Turkish–sarimsak  (sah' rim sahk)
Vietnamese–Tỏi  (Toy)

Food in native lands is always different from what you have at home and it's always a great idea to try and sample as much native food as possible when on tour. The food flavoring also is different and the use of herbs such as "garlic" (Grathiam) enhances the food flavor. Learn more about other spices through the instant access to the Thai Language Set.

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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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