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U+C558, 았
HANGUL SYLLABLE ASS
Composition: + +
Dubeolsik input: d-k-T

[U+C557]
Hangul Syllables
[U+C559]

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KoreanEdit





씨 ← → 애

PronunciationEdit


IPA(key) [a̠t̚]
Phonetic Hangul
Romanizations
RR at
RR (translit.) ass
MC at
Yale ass

Alternative formsEdit

  • (eot, “eot”)

SuffixEdit

(at)

  1. -ed (past tense marker for sentence-final verbs and adjectives)

Usage notesEdit

(at, “at”) is used after syllables with “bright” vowels, i.e. (a, “a”) and (o, “o”). After other vowels, (eot, “eot”) is used instead. If the syllable to which (at, “at”) is appended ends in the vowel (a, “a”), the two syllables usually contract:

  • 가다 (gada, “to go”): (ga, “ga”) + (at, “-ed”) + (da, “da”): 갔다 (gatda, “went”)