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Dai

 (dī)
n. pl. Dai or Dais
A member of one the Tai-speaking peoples, especially those living in southern China and Myanmar (Burma).

[Mandarin Dǎi (as in Dǎizú, Dai ethnic group), of Tai origin.]
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