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KoreanEdit

PronunciationEdit

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.
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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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Etymology 4Edit

Of native Korean origin.

NounEdit

‎(nal)

  1. warp, the longitudinal threads
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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
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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. :
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