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Etymology 1Edit

 
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A mannequin wearing a gat.

First attested in the Hunmin jeongeum haerye (訓民正音解例 / 훈민정음해례), 1446, as Middle Korean  (Yale: kat).

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key)[ka̠t̚]
  • Phonetic Hangul[]
Revised Romanization? gat
Revised Romanization (translit.)? gas
McCune–Reischauer? kat
Yale Romanization? kas

NounEdit

(gat)

  1. gat; a traditional korean hat made of horsehair, once worn by married gentlemen
Derived termsEdit

Etymology 2Edit

First attested in the Dongui bogam (東醫寶鑑 / 동의보감), 1613, as Middle Korean  (Yale: kas).

Possibly related to Old Chinese (OC *kreːds).

NounEdit

(gat)

  1. grain of mustard (Brassica juncea)
Derived termsEdit
  • 갓김치 (gatgimchi, “kimchi made of mustard leaves”)
  • 갓나물 (gannamul, “mustard greens”)
SynonymsEdit

Etymology 3Edit

Of native Korean origin.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key)[ka̠ːt̚]
  • Phonetic Hangul[:]
Revised Romanization? gat
Revised Romanization (translit.)? gas
McCune–Reischauer? kat
Yale Romanization? kās

NounEdit

(gat)

  1. reserve, pasture
  2. (dialectal) side, edge
Derived termsEdit

Etymology 4Edit

Of native Korean origin.

CounterEdit

(gat)

  1. a bundle or bunch of ten dried things tied together
    굴비 여섯 . 
    Gulbi yeoseot gat.
    Six bunches of dried fish.

Etymology 5Edit

First attested in the Seokbo sangjeol (釋譜詳節 / 석보상절), 1447, as Middle Korean ᄀᆞᆺ (Yale: kos).

AdverbEdit

(gat)

  1. just now, a moment ago
    다녀갔어요. 
    Gat danyeogasseoyo.
    He has just been here.
  2. just, exactly, neither more nor less than
    스물. 
    Gat seumul.
    Just twenty (years old).
  3. newly, recently
    아기. 
    Gat nan agi.
    A newborn baby.
Derived termsEdit
SynonymsEdit

Etymology 6Edit

Korean reading of various Chinese characters.

SyllableEdit

(gat)

  1. : phonetic character
    (eumhun reading: 음역자 (eumyeokja gat))
    (MC reading: )

ReferencesEdit

  • Martin, Samuel E.; Yang Ha Lee; Sung-Un Chang (1975) A Korean-English Dictionary, New Haven: Yale University Press, pages 57-58.