How to say ham in Thai: Haem

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How to say ham in Thai: Haem

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

To say ham in Thai: Haem
Say it out loud: “hehm

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Some more helpful words in our Thai Meats category:

beef – Nuea  (noo-ah)
chicken – Kai  (gai)
duck – Pet  (bet)
goat – Nuea Phae  (noo-ah peh)
ham – Haem  (hehm)
lamb – Nuea Luk Kae  (noo-ah LOOK geh)
mutton – Nuea Kae  (noo-ah geh)
pork – Mu  (moo)
rabbit – Nuea Kratai  (noo-ah grah tai)
steak – Satek  (sah tek)
veal – Nuea Luk Wua  (noo-ah LOOK woo-ah)
venison – Kwang  (gwahng)

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

Arabic–Lahm el Khanzeer  (lahm el kan zeer)
Chinese–Huǒtuǐ  (Hwo Tway)
Croatian–pršut  (pur shoot)
Czech–šunka  (shoon kah)
Finnish–kinkku  (kinck kuh)
French–jambon  (jhom bone)
German–schinken  (shink uhn)
Italian–prosciutoo  (prew shoot oo)
Japanese–Hamu  (Hah Moo)
Korean–Haem  (Ham)
Polish–szynka  (sheen' ka)
Portuguese–Presunto  (pray soon too)
Russian–vetchina  (vyet chee nah)
Spanish–jamón  (ha moan)
Swahili–hemu  (heh moo)
Thai–Haem  (hehm)
Turkish–jambon  (jhahm bone)
Vietnamese–Dăm Bông  (Yam Bom)

When traveling around the world, you should be open to the idea of experimenting with food stuffs and one of this can be "ham" (Haem). "ham" (Haem) is a processed pork, used in its sliced form to make sandwiches and fillings. You can use "ham" (Haem) to make a "ham" (Haem) sandwich and or a cheese sandwich. Next time you are at a restaurant ask the waiter, "may I have a "ham" (Haem) sandwich?" Get 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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