U+C57C, 야
HANGUL SYLLABLE YA
Composition: +
Dubeolsik input:d-i

[U+C57B]
Hangul Syllables
[U+C57D]

KoreanEdit

Etymology 1Edit





애 ←→ 얘

SyllableEdit

(ya)

  1. A Hangul syllabic block made up of and .

Etymology 2Edit

Of native Korean origin.

PronunciationEdit

Revised Romanization? ya
Revised Romanization (translit.)? ya
McCune–Reischauer? ya
Yale Romanization?

InterjectionEdit

(ya)

  1. hey!
    ! 니 전화번호 까먹었단 말이야!
    Ya! Ni jeonhwabeonho kkameogeotdan mariya!
    Hey! I forgot your phone number! (familiar and emotional)
  2. hey you, hey kid (rude or familiar)
    ! 너 일로 와봐.
    Ya! Neo illo wabwa.
    Hey! Come here (rude or familiar)

Etymology 3Edit

Of native Korean origin.

Alternative formsEdit

PronunciationEdit

Revised Romanization? ya
Revised Romanization (translit.)? ya
McCune–Reischauer? ya
Yale Romanization? ya

ParticleEdit

(ya)

  1. vocative case marker
    꼬마, 뭐 하?
    Kkomaya, mwo hani?
    What are you doing kid?
    (mostly said in a nice way)
Usage notesEdit

The particle (ya) is used after a vowel, whereas (a) is used after a consonant.

See alsoEdit

Etymology 4Edit

Of native Korean origin.

Alternative formsEdit

ParticleEdit

(ya)

  1. semantic marker of emphasis
    모를 .
    Geuya moreul iriji.
    Well, I doubt.
Usage notesEdit

The particle (ya) is used after a vowel, whereas 이야 (iya) is used after a consonant.

Etymology 5Edit

Of native Korean origin.

SuffixEdit

—야 (-ya)

  1. an intimate style declarative and interrogative suffix
    저기 책상 저건 ?
    Jeogi chaeksang wie jeogeon mwoya?
    What's that on the desk there?
    아무 것도 아니. 신경 .
    Amu geotdo aniya. Sin-gyeong sseuji ma.
    It's nothing. Never mind.
Usage notesEdit

The suffix (ya) is special version of / (a/eo), exclusively for 이다 (ida, “to be”) and 아니다 (anida, “not to be”) in lieu of adjectives and verbs. Nevertheless, 이다 (ida) and 아니다 (anida) with past or future tense must use / (a/eo).

Etymology 6Edit

Of native Korean origin.

SuffixEdit

—야 (-ya)

  1. A connective ending used to indicate that the preceding statement is a condition for the following statement.
  2. A connective ending used to indicate that the preceding assumption has no influence in the end.
See alsoEdit