U+AE00, 글
HANGUL SYLLABLE GEUL
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귿
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Hangul Syllables
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귿


규 ←→ 긔

KoreanEdit

EtymologyEdit

First attested in the Hunmin jeongeum haerye (訓民正音解例 / 훈민정음해례), 1446, as Middle Korean 글〮 (Yale: kúl), presumably from Old Korean 文尸 (*KUl), a form attested in sixth-century personal names.

PronunciationEdit

Romanizations
Revised Romanization?geul
Revised Romanization (translit.)?geul
McCune–Reischauer?kŭl
Yale Romanization?kul
  • South Gyeongsang (Busan) pitch accent: / /

    Syllables in red take high pitch. This word always takes high pitch and also heightens the next suffixed syllable.

NounEdit

(geul)

  1. a piece of writing; a written work such as a book or article
    슬픈 읽고 눈물 흘렸다.
    Seulpeun geur-eul ilgo nunmur-eul heullyeotda.
    I read a sad work of writing and shed tears.
    좋은 비법 다독, 다작, 다상량이다.
    Joeun geur-ui bibeob-eun dadok, dajak, dasangnyangppun-ida.
    The only method to good writing is reading much, writing much, and thinking much.
  2. a letter in writing
    예쁘게 쓰려고 애쓴다.
    Geur-eul yeppeuge sseuryeogo aesseunda.
    She makes an effort to write her letters prettily.
    Synonym: 글자 (geulja)
  3. a writing system
    나라 모르는 사람 많다.
    I nara-neun geur-eul moreuneun saram-i manta.
    In this country, there are many people who do not know their letters.
    Synonym: 문자(文字) (munja)
  4. (possibly dated) letters, cultivation, knowledge
    아는 사람이다.
    Geur-eul aneun saram-ida.
    He is a man of letters.

Derived termsEdit

  • 글귀 (geulgwi, “phrase of writing”)
  • 글꼴 (geulkkol, “font”)
  • 글말 (geulmal, “written language/tongue”)
  • 글맛 (geulmat, “elegance in writing”)
  • 글발 (geulbal, “talent in writing”)
  • 글방 (geulbang, “academy (historical)”)
  • 글쓰기 (geulsseugi, “writing”)
  • 글쓴이 (geulsseuni, “author”)
  • 글월 (geurwol, “writing (dated or literary)”)
  • 글자 (geulja, “letter”)
  • 글쟁이 (geuljaeng'i, “scribbler”)
  • 글짓기 (geuljitgi, “writing”)
  • 글하다 (geulhada, “to write (literary)”)
  • 댓글 (daetgeul, “reply (Internet)”)
  • 아랫글 (araetgeul, “what is written below”)
  • 암글 (amgeul, “Korean alphabet (in historical contexts)”)
  • 윗글 (witgeul, “what is written above”)
  • 조선글 (Joseongeul, “Korean alphabet (North Korea)”)
  • 한글 (Hangeul, “Korean alphabet (South Korea)”)
  • 헛글 (heotgeul, “pointless writing”)

See alsoEdit

  • (mun, corresponding hanja for writing-related compounds)
  • 쓰다 (sseuda, “to write”)

Middle KoreanEdit

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

글〮 (kúl) (locative 그〮레〮 (kúl-éy))

  1. writing; a work of writing

DescendantsEdit

  • Korean: (geul)