KoreanEdit

EtymologyEdit

(geul, writing, writing system) +‎ (-s-, genitive interfix; omitted from the spelling, but this causes the tense phonation of the following consonant) +‎ 자(字) (ja, character).

PronunciationEdit

Romanizations
Revised Romanization?geulja
Revised Romanization (translit.)?geulja
McCune–Reischauer?kŭlcha
Yale Romanization?kulqca

NounEdit

글자 (geulja)

  1. letter, character (of a writing system)
    • 2015 December 30, ““크게 쉬고 먹었다”…울진 성류굴은 신라인들의 휴양지”, in hani.co.kr, The Hankyoreh:
      확대된 글자 사진 '()' '()' '()' 글자 윤곽 뚜렷이 보인다.
      Hwakdae-doen geuljja-deul sajin-e 'dae' 'sik' 'sik' se geuljja-ui yungwag-i tturyeosi boinda.
      The outline of the three characters , , and are clearly visible in the zoomed-in photograph of the characters.