Thai Word of the Day: “naa-reun-rom” (น่ารื่นรมย์)

“naa-reun-rom” (น่ารื่นรมย์) can be used in the following ways:

adjective: is delightful / is pleasant

The adjective “naa-reun-rom” (น่ารื่นรมย์) is used for saying that something is very pleasant, attractive, or enjoyable.


– kawb-khun sam-rap kam-keun thee naa-reun-rom
(Thank you for a delightful evening)

– pheuan-baan mai kawng-rao bpen thee naa-reun-rom
(Our new neighbours are delightful)

– man bpen suan thee naa-reun-rom thee-sud thao-thee chan keuy hen ma
(It was the most delightful garden I had ever seen)

– man bpen thee naa-reun-rom meua saap waa garn-nam-sa-neur bpai dai dee
(It was pleasant to know that the presentation had gone so well)

Practice Exercise: Practice putting your newly learned word into a sentence by translating the following sentences below.

1. My life is absolutely delightful.
2. The garden is delightful, with a sleek pool and patio.
3. At least their lives in Thailand sound pleasant enough.
4. You look as if something delightful had just happened to you!
5. I’ve got a pleasant little apartment in the middle of Bangkok.

Miss Urai Khomkham
Course Co-ordinator & Personal Tutor
Thai Language Tuition UK