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  • , 사람 (saram in, literally person-in)
  • , (beop beop, literally law-beop)
    • (beop) means “law”; it is the 훈(訓) (hun, interpretation). Note that (beop) is a Sino-Korean word, its origin being precisely the character .
    • (beop) is the Sino-Korean pronunciation of the Chinese character (law); it is the 음(音) (eum, pronunciation).

Etymology edit

Sino-Korean word from 音訓, from (sound; pronunciation) + (interpretation)

Pronunciation edit

Revised Romanization?eumhun
Revised Romanization (translit.)?eumhun
Yale Romanization?umhwun

Noun edit

음훈 (eumhun) (hanja 音訓)

  1. reading of the sound and meaning of a hanja together, “eumhun”
  2. both the native translation and the Sino-Korean pronunciation of a hanja, additively displayed in that order so as to help learn its meaning and sound

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