Tai

Meaning : Great, Person From Thailand, Meaning 'talented one', predominately used in the Vietnamese language. It is also a Chinese name meaning 'big'.,

Origin : Vietnamese, Chinese,

Pronunciation : Tie, (TAY),

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Tai Expression, Tai Soul Urge, Tai Inner Dream

additional

Additional information Tai:

additionalTai Babilonia, figure skater.

additionalTai is a Chinese baby boy's name meaning 'great' or 'extreme'. It might also mean 'from Thai', denoting someone as being from Thailand.

additionalMeans "great, extreme" in Chinese.

urban

Definition funny of Tai:

urbanOrignated from the chinese character Cai, meaning talent. The word itself is a vietnamese word, meaning talent alos. The main usage of the word in english language is a person first name.

urbanHis name is Tai, meaning talent.

urbanelite, perfect, cool guy in planet

urbanhe's name is tai

urbanAn individual that is unusually fly.

urban"I am not Tai, because I am lame ."

urbana total badass

songs

Songs about Tai:

songsTaa Taa Tai by A. R. Rahman from the Album Million Dollar Arm

songsWitchi-Tai-To by Brewer & Shipley from the Album One Toke Over the Line: The Best of Brewer & Shipley

songsRunning Water Sleep Machine - Water Music for Sleep, Relaxing Sounds of Nature for Massage, Yoga, tai Chi, Reiki... by Sounds of Nature White Noise Sound Effects from the Album The Water Effect - Water Sounds and Sound Effects for Sound Therapy, Massage, Essential Meditation Healing Méditation - Mother Earth Soothing Music

songsWitchi-tai-to by Gunther Schuller The Jim Pepper Remembrance Band from the Album Witchi-Tai-To, The Music of Jim Pepper

songsJu Hua Tai by Jay Chou from the Album Still Fantasy

songsGreat Tibetan Singing Bowl For Relaxation and Reiki and Tai Chi by Ahanu Tibetan Singing Bowls from the Album Tibetan Singing Bowls for Relaxation and Meditation

songsSweet Jane / Wichi Tai To by Michael Stanley from the Album The Farrago Sessions

books

Books about Tai:

booksTai-Pan by James Clavell (Sep 1, 1986)

booksTai Chi Sword Classical Yang Style: The Complete Form, Qigong, And Applications, Revised by Jwing-Ming Yang (Oct 7, 2014)

booksTai Chi Chin Na Revised: The Seizing Art of Tai Chi Chuan by Jwing-Ming Yang (Nov 7, 2014)

booksTai Chi Chuan Classical Yang Style: the Complete Form and Qigong by Yang Jwing-Ming (Sep 16, 2010)

booksT'ai Chi For Dummies by Therese Iknoian (Aug 29, 2001)

booksTai Chi Touchstones: Yang Family Secret Transmissions by Douglas Wile (Mar 1, 2010)

booksT'ai Chi Ch'uan: A Simplified Method of Calisthenics for Health & Self Defense by Cheng Man-Ch'ing (Jan 11, 1993)

movies

Movies about Tai:

moviesTai Chi for Beginners: 8 Lessons with Dr. Paul Lam - The Complete First Season [HD] [HD] 2013 NR CC - Directed by: Dr. Paul Lam

moviesTai Chi Fundamentals for Beginners 2009 NR CC - Runtime: 1 hr 8 mins Directed by: Jesse Tsao

moviesMan of Tai Chi 2013 R CC - Runtime: 1 hr 46 mins Starring: Tiger Hu Chen, Keanu Reeves, et al. Directed by: Keanu Reeves

moviesTai Chi Meditation for Self-Healing 2009 NR CC - Runtime: 59 mins Directed by: Jesse Tsao

moviesTai Chi for Arthritis: 12 Lessons with Dr. Paul Lam - The Complete First Season [HD] [HD] 2013 NR CC - Directed by: Dr. Paul Lam

moviesSimplified Tai Chi Form 24 2009 NR CC - Runtime: 1 hr 2 mins Directed by: Jesse Tsao

moviesTai Chi Hero 2013 NR CC - Runtime: 1 hr 47 mins Starring: Stephen Fung, Tony Leung Ka-fai, et al. Directed by: Stephen  Fung

wiki

Wiki information Tai:

T'ai chi ch'uan
Martial Art

T'ai chi ch'uan or tàijíquán, often shortened to t'ai chi, taiji or tai chi in English usage, is an internal Chinese martial art practised for both its defense training and its health benefits. It is also typically practised for a variety of other...

Tai peoples
Ethnicity

Tai peoples refers to the population of descendants of speakers of a common proto-Tai language, including sub-populations which no longer speak a Tai language. Some 8–10 million people in Northeast India claim descent from Ahom people but may have...