khon diaao หัว
sŏng khon เพื่อนตาย
khon diaao = only one
hŭa = a head
hăai = be lost
sŏng khon = two persons
pêuan dtaai = dead freind
Literal MeaningA person on their own will lose their head. Two people and the friend dies.
English ProverbA friend in need is a friend indeed
Translated literally, a person alone will lose their head. Two people and the friend dies. But the final phrase is in itself an idiom “A friend to die” means, idiomatically, an extremely good, close friend. Some situations in life we just cannot deal with on our own. We need a friend when times are hard. That friend will share the difficulties and ease the burden.
sŏmsĕe láe chûay gan tam raai ngaan kon dieow hŭa hăai sŏng kon pêuan dtaai
Somsri and Somchai help each other working on report. Two heads are better than one.
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