သီဟသူ | thi2-ha1 thu2 - (1) Thihathu of Pagan (1230s–1256), the crown prince of the Pagan dynasty, who was best remembered for spitting on the chief minister ရာဇသင်္ကြန်Yazathingyan. Upon his father's death, Yazathingyan persuaded the court to give the throne to his half-brother Narathihapate. Thihathu was subsequently arrested and executed. Ungrateful Narathihapate
later said to Yazathingyan ဘုရားပြီး ငြမ်းဖျက်- When the Pagoda is completed, scaffolds are removed.
(2) Thihathu, viceroy of Prome (Pyay) from 1275 to 1288 who killed his own father နရသီဟပတေ့ (တရုတ်ပြေးမင်း) | na1-ra1 thi2-ha1 pa1-tay1 - Narathihapate, the last king of Pagan dynasty by forcing him to take poison.
(3) Thihathu (1265–1325), one of the three brothers and founders of Myinsaing Kingdom, a small kingdom that emerged after the collapse of the Pagan empire and the death of the last Pagan king နရသီဟပတေ့ (တရုတ်ပြေးမင်း).
(4) Thihathu of Ava, king of Ava from 1421 to 1425. He ruled one of those small kingdoms that emerged after the collapse of Pagan empire (1044-1287) and before the second dynasty known as Toungoo dynasty (1530-1752) founded by တပင်ရွှေထီး.
သီဟပတေ့ | thi2-ha1 pa1-tay1 - Thihapate (1305–1364), also known as မင်းပြောက် သီဟပတေ့ | min3-byout thi2-ha1 pa1-tay1 - Minbyauk Thihapate, king of Sagaing from 1352 to 1364. (Also see စစ်ကိုင်း နေပြည်တော်.)
သီဟသူရ (အင်းဝ) | thi2-ha1 thu2-ra1 (in3-wa1) - Thihathura of Ava (1431–1480), the 11th king of Ava from 1468 to 1480.
ဒုတိယ သီဟသူရ (အင်းဝ) | du1-ti1-ya1 thi2-ha1 thu2-ra1 (in3-wa1) - Thihathura II of Ava (1474 – 1501), the 13th king of Ava who co-reigned with his father Minkhaung II for 15 years.