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U+B0A0, 날
HANGUL SYLLABLE NAL
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Dubeolsik input: s-k-f

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KoreanEdit

PronunciationEdit


IPA(key) [na̠ɭ]
Phonetic Hangul
Romanizations
RR nal
RR (translit.) nal
MC nal
Yale nal

Etymology 1Edit





끼 ← → 내

SyllableEdit

(nal)

  1. A Hangul syllabic block made up of , , and .

Etymology 2Edit

Of native Korean origin.

NounEdit

(nal)

  1. day, time
    그는 마다 일하러 간다.
    Geu-neun nalmada ilhareo ganda.
    He goes to work every day.
Related termsEdit
Derived termsEdit
See alsoEdit
  • 하루 (haru, “a day, daytime”)
  • 이틀 (iteul, “two days, the second day of the month”)
  • 사흘 (saheul, “three days, the third day of the month”)
  • 나흘 (naheul, “four days, the fourth day of the month”)
  • 닷새 (datsae, “five days, the fifth day of the month”)
  • 엿새 (yeotsae, “six days, the sixth day of the month”)
  • 이레 (ire, “seven days, the seventh day of the month”)
  • 여드레 (yeodeure, “eight days, the eighth day of the month”)
  • 아흐레 (aheure, “nine days, the ninth day of the month”)
  • 열흘 (yeolheul, “ten days, the tenth day of the month”)

Etymology 3Edit

First attested in the Worin cheongangjigok (月印千江之曲 / 월인천강지곡), 1449, as ᄂᆞᆶ (Yale: nolh). Possibly cognate with Old Japanese (na, blade).

NounEdit

(nal)

  1. blade, edge
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Derived termsEdit
SynonymsEdit

Etymology 4Edit

Of native Korean origin.

NounEdit

(nal)

  1. warp, the longitudinal threads of woven cloth
AntonymsEdit

Etymology 5Edit

Of native Korean origin. Possively cognate with Japanese (nama, raw), (na, greens as a food; side dish) and 生る (naru, to bear fruit).

PrefixEdit

(nal)

  1. raw, uncooked
Related termsEdit
Derived termsEdit

Etymology 6Edit

Contraction of (na, “I”) + (reul, object marker).

PronounEdit

(nal)

  1. me (first person singular pronoun as object of a verb)

Etymology 7Edit

VerbEdit

(nal) (future determiner of 나다)

  1. which will appear; which will occur

Etymology 8Edit

VerbEdit

(nal) (future determiner of 날다)

  1. who/which will fly

Etymology 9Edit

Korean reading of various Chinese characters

SyllableEdit

(nal)

  1. :
  2. :
  3. :
  4. :
  5. :
  6. :
  7. :
  8. :