ฟิน /fin/ This word is derived from English word ‘finale’, in English this means the last part of an event, and it is usually ‘the best part’ and epic, right? So Thai people use ‘ฟิน FIN’ for describing a feeling that is ‘GREAT’ , or feeling awesome!
 อิน in is also derived from English word ‘inner’ but Thai people use it as VERB means ‘feel emotional by something’
‘I watched a sad movie and it makes me emotional’ in Thai would be อินกับหนังมาก /in gàp năng mâak/
อินกับเพลง /in gàp pleeng mâak/ The song makes me feel emotional.
 นอย /noi/ this word is also derived from English ‘to be paranoid’ Thai people use for describing the feeling when you feel ‘anxious’ and ‘worry about things’ ‘being afraid that bad things will happen’
 เงิบ /ngêrb/ in English would be ‘feeling shocked’,
 ชิว /chiu/ We have many words that are derived from English as well as this word
ชิว /chiu/ comes from ‘to chill out’ , ‘take it easy’
 เยอะ /yér/ normally means ‘a lot’, in slang is used to describe someone that is too picky, has too many conditions.
 เม้าท์มอย /máo-moi/ is another word that is derived from English word. It comes from the word ‘mouth’. In Thai slang it is the VERB means ‘to gossip’ , ‘to talk about someone behind their back’.
 เพลีย /plia/ literally means ‘exhausted’ , in slang we use for ‘feeling fed up with something’ usually used when you feel fed up with someone’s behavior.
 อวย /uai/ means ‘to over compliment someone or something’.
 แมน /maen/ There are two meanings;
First meaning is derived form English ‘gentleman’. It is used to describe a man who is a gentleman.
The second meaning is used for ‘straight man’.