Thai Malays (Malay: Orang Melayu Thai, Thai: ไทยเชื้อสายมลายู, Jawi: ملايو تاي, Pattani Malay: Oré Nayu, Jawi or Bangso Yawi) is a term used to refer to ethnic Malays in Thailand. Thailand hosts the third largest ethnic Malay population after Malaysia and Indonesia, and most Malays are concentrated in the Southern provinces of Narathiwat, Pattani, Yala, Songkhla, and Satun. Phuket and Ranong, home to a sizeable Muslim population, also has many people who are of Malay descent. A sizeable community also exists in Thailand's capital Bangkok, having descended from migrants or deportees who were relocated from the South from the 13th century onwards.

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  • Thailändische Malaien (malaiisch orang Melayu Thai) oder Malaiische Thailänder (thailändisch: ชาวไทยเชื้อสายมลายู, Chao Thai Chuea Sai Malayu) sind Bezeichnungen für die etwa 1,9 Millionen ethnischen Malaien in Thailand. Nach Malaysia und Indonesien bilden die südlichsten Provinzen Narathiwat, Pattani und Yala in Thailand das drittgrößte Siedlungsgebiet von Malaien weltweit. Die Angehörigen dieser Gruppe bezeichnen sich selbst als Jawi (Pattani-malaiisch oré Jawi, standardmalaiisch orang Jawi). (de)
  • Tais-malaios (em malaio: Orang Melayu, em tailandês: ไทย เชื้อสาย มลายู) é um termo usado para se referir aos tailandeses etnicamente malaios. A Tailândia abriga a terceira maior população de etnia malaia após a Malásia e Indonésia, e a maioria dos malaios estão concentrados nas províncias do sul (Narathiwat, Pattani, Yala, Songkhla e Satun). Phuket e Ranong concentram uma considerável população muçulmana, sendo que muitos são de ascendência malaia. Uma grande comunidade também existe na capital da Tailândia, Bangkok. Existem cerca de 2 milhões de tais-malaios, adeptos principalmente do Islamismo. Malaios étnicos em Narathiwat, Pattani, Yala e Songkhla estão em parte devido a diferenças culturais dos povos tailandeses, bem como experiências passadas de tentativas forçadas a assimilá-los na cultura tailandesa após a anexação do Reino de Patani pelo Reino de Sukhothai. Por outro lado, os etnicamente malaios em Satun são menos inclinados para o separatismo, sendo estes mais proficientes em tailandês, em comparação com os malaios de outras províncias, e seu dialeto tem fortes afinidades com o estado vizinho de Perlis. Os Sam Sams, que compõem a maior parte da população de Satun (mas também uma minoria significativa em Phatthalung, Trang , Krabi , Phang Nga e Songkhla, bem como nos estados malaios de Kedah, Perak e Perlis) são um grupo étnico distinto que geralmente aderem ao Islã, mas são culturalmente Tais (embora com algumas influências da Malásia) e falam um dialeto tailandês do sul intercalados com alguns aspectos malaios. (pt)
  • 泰國馬來人,是一個術語用來指生活在泰国的马来人。總人口估計190萬。泰国也是马来人第三集中的国家,大多數馬來人都集中在南部省份那拉提瓦,北大年府,也拉府,宋卡府和沙敦府。 他们生活在这里因之前是独立的北大年王国,他们因宗教原因与泰国主流社会格格不入,与马来西亚较親近。另一方面,馬來民族在沙敦較少傾向於分裂。 沙敦的马来人称讪讪,是马来人与泰人的混血。他们信仰伊斯兰教但接受泰国文化,形成沙敦府的大部分人口。在马来西亚霹靂州也有他们。 (zh)
  • Thai Malays (Malay: Orang Melayu Thai, Thai: ไทยเชื้อสายมลายู, Jawi: ملايو تاي, Pattani Malay: Oré Nayu, Jawi or Bangso Yawi) is a term used to refer to ethnic Malays in Thailand. Thailand hosts the third largest ethnic Malay population after Malaysia and Indonesia, and most Malays are concentrated in the Southern provinces of Narathiwat, Pattani, Yala, Songkhla, and Satun. Phuket and Ranong, home to a sizeable Muslim population, also has many people who are of Malay descent. A sizeable community also exists in Thailand's capital Bangkok, having descended from migrants or deportees who were relocated from the South from the 13th century onwards. Ethnic Malays in Narathiwat, Pattani, Yala, and Songkhla are due in part to cultural differences from the Thai people as well as past experiences of forced attempts to assimilate them into Thai mainstream culture after the annexation of the Pattani Kingdom by the Sukhothai Kingdom. On the other hand, ethnic Malays in Satun, Phuket, Ranong and Bangkok are less inclined towards separatism. The Sam Sams (ซัมซัม) who make up the bulk of Satun's population (but also a significant minority in Phatthalung Trang, Krabi, Phang Nga and Songkhla as well as in the Malaysian states of Kedah, Perak and Perlis) are a distinct ethnic group who generally adhere to Islam, but are culturally Thai (although with some Malay influences) and speak a Southern Thai dialect interspersed with some Malay loanwords. (en)
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  • Ethnic Malay boys in Songkhla.
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  • Thailändische Malaien (malaiisch orang Melayu Thai) oder Malaiische Thailänder (thailändisch: ชาวไทยเชื้อสายมลายู, Chao Thai Chuea Sai Malayu) sind Bezeichnungen für die etwa 1,9 Millionen ethnischen Malaien in Thailand. Nach Malaysia und Indonesien bilden die südlichsten Provinzen Narathiwat, Pattani und Yala in Thailand das drittgrößte Siedlungsgebiet von Malaien weltweit. Die Angehörigen dieser Gruppe bezeichnen sich selbst als Jawi (Pattani-malaiisch oré Jawi, standardmalaiisch orang Jawi). (de)
  • 泰國馬來人,是一個術語用來指生活在泰国的马来人。總人口估計190萬。泰国也是马来人第三集中的国家,大多數馬來人都集中在南部省份那拉提瓦,北大年府,也拉府,宋卡府和沙敦府。 他们生活在这里因之前是独立的北大年王国,他们因宗教原因与泰国主流社会格格不入,与马来西亚较親近。另一方面,馬來民族在沙敦較少傾向於分裂。 沙敦的马来人称讪讪,是马来人与泰人的混血。他们信仰伊斯兰教但接受泰国文化,形成沙敦府的大部分人口。在马来西亚霹靂州也有他们。 (zh)
  • Thai Malays (Malay: Orang Melayu Thai, Thai: ไทยเชื้อสายมลายู, Jawi: ملايو تاي, Pattani Malay: Oré Nayu, Jawi or Bangso Yawi) is a term used to refer to ethnic Malays in Thailand. Thailand hosts the third largest ethnic Malay population after Malaysia and Indonesia, and most Malays are concentrated in the Southern provinces of Narathiwat, Pattani, Yala, Songkhla, and Satun. Phuket and Ranong, home to a sizeable Muslim population, also has many people who are of Malay descent. A sizeable community also exists in Thailand's capital Bangkok, having descended from migrants or deportees who were relocated from the South from the 13th century onwards. (en)
  • Tais-malaios (em malaio: Orang Melayu, em tailandês: ไทย เชื้อสาย มลายู) é um termo usado para se referir aos tailandeses etnicamente malaios. A Tailândia abriga a terceira maior população de etnia malaia após a Malásia e Indonésia, e a maioria dos malaios estão concentrados nas províncias do sul (Narathiwat, Pattani, Yala, Songkhla e Satun). Phuket e Ranong concentram uma considerável população muçulmana, sendo que muitos são de ascendência malaia. Uma grande comunidade também existe na capital da Tailândia, Bangkok. Existem cerca de 2 milhões de tais-malaios, adeptos principalmente do Islamismo. (pt)
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  • Malaien in Thailand (de)
  • Thai Malays (en)
  • Tais-malaios (pt)
  • 泰國馬來人 (zh)
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  • Thai Malays (en)
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  • ملايو تاي (en)
  • ไทยเชื้อสายมลายู (en)
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