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KoreanEdit

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key)[ip̚t͈a̠]
  • Phonetic Hangul[]
Revised Romanization? ipda
Revised Romanization (translit.)? ibda
McCune–Reischauer? ipta
Yale Romanization? ipqta

Etymology 1Edit

Of native Korean origin. ("wear")

VerbEdit

입다 (ipda) (infinitive 입어, sequential 입으니)

  1. to wear, put on (clothes)
    그녀는 핑크색 블라우스를 입고 있었다. 
    Geunyeoneun pingkeusaek beullauseureul ipgo isseotda.
    She was wearing a pink blouse.
  2. to enjoy (profit, favor)
  3. to suffer (loss, harm)
ConjugationEdit

Unlike most verbs whose stems end in (b), 입다 (ipda) does not undergo the stem change ㅂ->우 before a vowel.

Alternative formsEdit
Derived termsEdit
  • 입히다 (iphida, “to get someone dressed”)
AntonymsEdit
  • 벗다 (beotda, “to take off or remove something from one's self”)
See alsoEdit
  • (ot, “clothing, clothes”)
  • 두르다 (dureuda, “to wrap; to wear”)
  • 끼다 (kkida, “to wear, to put on (glasses, gloves, rings)”)
  • 신다 (sinda, “to wear on one's feet”)
  • 쓰다 (sseuda, “to wear (on the head)”)

Etymology 2Edit

Of native Korean origin. ("wane")

VerbEdit

입다 (ipda) (infinitive 입어, sequential 입으니)

  1. (obsolete) to wane, wither
Alternative formsEdit
SynonymsEdit

AdjectiveEdit

입다 (ipda) (infinitive 입어, sequential 입으니)

  1. (obsolete) to be stupefied, tired, worn out
  2. (obsolete) to be dim, faint, hazy, misty

ConjugationEdit

SynonymsEdit
tired, worn out
dim, faint

ReferencesEdit

  • 南廣祐 編著, 敎學古語辭典, 敎學社, 2003, p.1162, 1182.