U+C8FD, 죽
HANGUL SYLLABLE JUG
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Hangul Syllables
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KoreanEdit





죠 ←→ 줘

PronunciationEdit

Romanizations
Revised Romanization?juk
Revised Romanization (translit.)?jug
McCune–Reischauer?chuk
Yale Romanization?cwuk

Etymology 1Edit

IdeophoneEdit

(juk)

  1. in a manner arranged in a row; while arranging in a row
    창문 물방울 흐른다.
    Changmun bakke mulbang-uri juk heureunda.
    A drop of water flows in a row outside the window.
  2. (of a recitation or story) without a break; in one seating
  3. tearing in one continuous stroke
  4. (of liquid) sucking or gulping in one continuous stroke
  5. stretching in a broad manner
  6. continuously over a duration of time
  7. looking over in one wide glance

Derived termsEdit

See alsoEdit
  • (ssuk, “protruding deeply”)

Usage notesEdit

(juk) is the yin vowel, or dark vowel, form of (jok).

In contemporary Korean, the yin vowels refer to /ʌ/, /e/, /u/, and often /i/. In Korean ideophones and sensory words, forms with these vowels have a connotation of darkness, largeness, murkiness, bluntness, old age, or negativeness.


Etymology 2Edit

Of native Korean origin.

NounEdit

(juk)

  1. a set of ten pieces

Etymology 3Edit

Reading of various hanja.

SyllableEdit

(juk) (hangeul )

  1. : bamboo
    (eumhun reading: (dae juk))
    (MC reading: (MC ʈɨuk̚))
  2. : congee
    (eumhun reading: 죽 죽 (juk juk))
    (MC reading: (MC jɨuk̚, t͡ɕɨuk̚))

NounEdit

(juk)

  1. soup, broth, gruel, pap
See alsoEdit