Muay Thai Numbers or How To Count In Muay Thai

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Muay Thai Numbers or How To Count In Muay Thai

This page focuses on the Thai numbers used in Muay Thai in order to count (i.e. for stretching). For other Muay Thai words and commands, please visit the Muay Thai Terminology page.

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Muay Thai Numbers

  1. One - Neung
  2. Two - Saawng
  3. Three - Saam
  4. Four - Sii
  5. Five - Haa
  6. Six - Hok
  7. Seven - Jet or Ched
  8. Eight - Bpaaet
  9. Nine - Gaao
  10. Ten - Sip

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