KoreanEdit

PronunciationEdit

 
바구니 이는 인도 여성 (baguni-reul ineun Indo yeoseong, Indian woman carrying a basket on the head)
Romanizations
Revised Romanization?ida
Revised Romanization (translit.)?ida
McCune–Reischauer?ida
Yale Romanization?ita

Etymology 1Edit

AdjectiveEdit

이다 (ida)

  1. For the Korean copula ("to be"), see the entry at 이다 (-ida).

Etymology 2Edit

First attested in the Wongakgyeong eonhae (圓覺經諺解 / 원각경언해), 1465, as Middle Korean 이다〮 (Yale: ì-tá).

VerbEdit

이다 (ida) (infinitive or 이어, sequential 이니)

  1. (transitive) to carry on the head
ConjugationEdit

Note: While prescriptively possible, the forms are rarely used in practice. For all forms given as (, etc.) below, note that the common form is 이어 (이었, etc.).

Etymology 3Edit

First attested in the Eoje naehun, (御製內訓 / 어제내훈), 1475 , as Middle Korean 니다〮 (Yale: nì-tá).

VerbEdit

이다 (ida) (infinitive or 이어, sequential 이니)

  1. (ergative) to tile (with); to (use to) tile a roof
    초가 지붕 이다choga jibung-eul idato tile a thatched roof
    고풍스러운 기와 한옥gopungseureoun giwa-reul in hanoktraditional house tiled with antique-style roof tiles
ConjugationEdit

Note: While prescriptively possible, the forms are rarely used in practice. For all forms given as (, etc.) below, note that the common form is 이어 (이었, etc.).