What is another word for siamese?

44 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ sˈa͡ɪəmˌiːz], [ sˈa‍ɪəmˌiːz], [ s_ˈaɪ_ə_m_ˌiː_z]

"Siamese" is a term that traditionally refers to people, things, or places from Siam, which is now known as Thailand. However, this word has come to be associated with the Siamese cat breed, which originated from Thailand and is known for its distinctive blue eyes, pointed coat, and vocal nature. Synonyms for "Siamese" include Thai, Thai- or Siam-derived, and simply pointing to the breed-specific character traits such as vocal or blue-eyed cats. Additionally, one could use geographical identifiers such as "Southeast Asian" or "Thai-inspired" to describe something that takes inspiration from or is associated with Thailand.

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    Usage examples for Siamese

    Such are the siamese of Bankok.
    "The Ethnology of the British Colonies and Dependencies"
    Robert Gordon Latham
    Standing there on the precipice of the step he looked in the bus at the crowded siamese passengers.
    "Corpus of a Siam Mosquito"
    Steven Sills
    By not one were we-for, alas, we had become siamese-so thoroughly dreaded as by the refined baronet I have mentioned; he appeared to shrink from our very approach, and avoided us as though we had the plagues of Egypt about us.
    "The Confessions of Harry Lorrequer, Complete"
    Charles James Lever (1806-1872)

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