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เฮ้อ... ค่อยใจชื้นขึ้นหน่อย
huuhrH khaawyF jaiM cheuunH kheunF naawyL
pronunciation guide
Phonemic Thaiเฮ้อ-ค่อย-ไจ-ชื้น-คึ่น-หฺน่อย
IPAhɤ́ː kʰɔ̂ːj tɕaj tɕʰɯ́ːn kʰɯ̂n nɔ̀ːj
Royal Thai General Systemhoe khoi chai chuen khuen noi

 [example sentence, colloquial]
definition
"Phew! I feel quite relieved now."

componentsเฮ้อ huuhrH[expressing exhaustion, relief, etc.] Phew! (i.e. exhaling)
ค่อย khaawyFthen
ใจชื้นjaiM cheuunHto feel relieved; to have a sense of relief; to feel comfortable; to feel consoled; to feel or be at ease or relaxed
ขึ้น kheunF[a suffix used to indicate "more", or comparative, as in the English "-er"]
หน่อย naawyL[word used to soften the meaning of a sentence] "...a bit" — "...somewhat" — "...to some extent"; this little thing, no big deal here, for just a moment

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