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Etymology 1Edit

Of native Korean origin. Possibly related to Japanese 繰る ‎(kuru, to wind, to reel, to spin), ころ ‎(koro, a roller; a die, dice), 転がる ‎(korogaru, to roll; to roll over; to fall or tumble down).

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구르다 ‎(gureuda) ‎(infinitive 굴러, sequential 구르니)

  1. (intransitive) to roll, turn (over and over)
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  • 궁글다 (gunggeulda, “to roll”) (obsolete)
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  • 굴리다 (gullida, “to cause (something round) to roll, turn (over and over again)”)

Etymology 2Edit

Of native Korean origin.

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구르다 ‎(gureuda) ‎(infinitive 굴러, sequential 구르니)

  1. (transitive) to stamp, pound, tread (the feet forcibly)
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