KoreanEdit




즤 ←

짜 →

Etymology 1Edit

Of native Korean origin. Probably derived from the verb 지다 (jida, “to bear”) and its causative 지우다 (jiuda, “to burden”)

 Symbology  Romanized  Hangul  Hanja  
Orthography jim (jim) '
Orthoepy, etc (j)

NounEdit

(jim)

  1. load, burden
  2. package, parcel
  3. cargo, freight
SynonymsEdit
Derived termsEdit
  • 짐꾼 (jimkkun)
  • 짐바리 (jimbari)
  • 짐배 (jimbae)
  • 짐수레 (jimsure)
  • 짐짝 (jimjjak)
  • 짐차 (jimcha, -)
  • 짐칸 (jimkan)
  • 짐스럽다 (jimseureopda)
  • 등짐 (deungjim)
Related termsEdit
See alsoEdit
짐을 ...
짐이 ...

Etymology 2Edit

Sino-Korean word from .

 Symbology  Romanized  Hangul  Hanja  
Orthography jim (jim)
Orthoepy, etc

NounEdit

(jim)

  1. (royal) we
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