월요일

KoreanEdit

EtymologyEdit

Sino-Korean word from 月曜日, from 月曜 (moon) + (day), from Latin dies lunae (moon's day), through Indian astrology in the fifth century as Sanskrit सोमाह (somāha, of the moon) into Buddhist astrology in the eighth century as 月曜日.

PronunciationEdit

Romanizations
Revised Romanization?woryoil
Revised Romanization (translit.)?wol'yoil
McCune–Reischauer?wŏryoil
Yale Romanization?wel.yoil

Proper nounEdit

월요일 (woryoil) (hanja 月曜日)

  1. Monday

See alsoEdit

(days of the week) 요일(曜日) (yoil); 월요일(月曜日) (woryoil), 화요일(火曜日) (hwayoil), 수요일(水曜日) (suyoil), 목요일(木曜日) (mogyoil), 금요일(金曜日) (geumyoil), 토요일(土曜日) (toyoil), 일요일(日曜日) (iryoil) (Category: ko:Days of the week)