When a husband gets this title, his wife gets to be Datin (unless she lives in Terengganu, where she becomes a To’ Puan).
One of the things that befuddles many foreigners in Malaysia is the dizzying array of honorifics and titles that pepper the names of the powerful.
From mouth-achingly long titles for the royal family to the unfathomable difference between Datuk and Dato’, Tun and Tuan, any expats that have to deal with these people in some naming capacity often resort to seeking help from local colleagues, memorising the long titles without any clue of what they mean or stand for.
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Titles for the royals are hereditary and only used by members of royal families in the nine royal states.