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U+C634, 옴
HANGUL SYLLABLE OM
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[U+C633]
Hangul Syllables
[U+C635]

KoreanEdit





예 ←→ 와

Etymology 1Edit

Of native Korean origin. Probably cognate with (um) "bud"

NounEdit

(om)

  1. scab, scabies, (mammal) mange.
    덕에 보지 긁는다. 사타구니 긁다 보지 긁는다. 
    Om deoge boji geungneunda. Sataguni geukda boji geungneunda.
    Scabies justify her to scratch her pubes. She scratches her pubes as well as itchy thigh.
  2. small bulges or goose pimples on the areola around the nipple.
  3. (short for 옴쌀) the grains that remain unmashed in the Korean glutinous rice dough, 찰떡 or 인절미.
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Etymology 2Edit

Euro-Korean

NounEdit

(om)

  1. ohm

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Proper nounEdit

(Om)

  1. Ohm, the German physicist Georg Simon Ohm (1789~1854) who discovered the Ohm's Law in 1826.

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Etymology 3Edit

Verb form.

NounEdit

(om)

  1. Substantive form of 오다 (oda, “to go”), thus often "the act of going."