U+AEBC, 꺼
HANGUL SYLLABLE GGEO
Composition: +

[U+AEBB]
Hangul Syllables
[U+AEBD]
꺿



꺠 ←→ 께

Korean edit

Etymology edit

Univerbation of (-s-, 's, genitive particle) +‎ (geo, thing). See -ㅅ-#Usage notes for an explanation of this form.

Pronunciation edit

Romanizations
Revised Romanization?kkeo
Revised Romanization (translit.)?kkeo
McCune–Reischauer?kkŏ
Yale Romanization?kke

Dependent noun edit

(kkeo)

  1. (spelling proscribed) Possessed form of (geo, thing, something); something from, something of, something which belongs to someone
    , 내놔.
    Nae kkeo-ya, naenwa.
    That's mine, give it back.
    일본 사면 좋은 ?
    ilbon kkeo-reul samyeon jo'eun ge mwo-ya?
    What's the point of buying something from Japan?

Usage notes edit

  • The pronunciation is theoretically proscribed, but in practice almost unanimously used.
  • The spelling (kkeo) is widely considered incorrect. The word should always be written as (geo), regardless of the actual pronunciation.