The word puruleya (pronounced pur-yay-la) is derived from the word puru, which in Thai means “to purify” or “to purify oneself.” The word puruleya is often used in reference to Thai cuisine and refers to the way they cook food; it refers to the way they make the food taste better.
Puruleya sounds like it should be a very common word and I’m not sure I’ve ever seen it used, but it does sound as if it’s a very interesting word. If you’re wondering what it means, I suggest you watch the following video that I found on YouTube recently.
It is a term given to people who do not like Thai food but want to try it on their own. Im not sure I can relate to that, but I do know that I eat a lot of it. I think its an excellent way to cook and enjoy Thai food without having to be Thai.
There is a word puruleya, a word that is very similar to puruleya, but it was originally used to mean ‘pursuit.’ It is used by the Thai people to mean “to try and get to a goal.” When you are talking to a Thai person and you are asking them what they want to do, you may use puruleya to mean to try and get there, to try and accomplish something.
I think puruleya’s meaning is the same. If you are eating a lot of puruleya, it means to go after what you want. It’s an action. A person who eats a lot of puruleya is doing what is called a puruleya action.
I guess I have heard puruleyas used in a slightly different context, but I don’t think there is any difference. Both are actions.
puruleya is an action verb that means ‘to pursue’. A puruleya action is about to achieve something.
Puruleya is a verb that means to achieve something, which means you are a puruleya. But to achieve something is to try and get there. But to try and get there is to try and do something. So, in this sense, puruleyas can mean both.
I think puruleya is a verb that means to try and achieve something. But it is also a verb that means to do something and try and get there. So it can also mean to try and do something. So it might have been an error there. It is often used as a noun or adjective. It can also be used in the passive voice. But puruleyas can also mean to pursue, to move, to accomplish, to accomplish something, to do something.