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U+C9D0, 짐
HANGUL SYLLABLE JIM
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KoreanEdit





즤 ←→ 짜

Etymology 1Edit

Of native Korean origin. Probably derived from the verb 지다 (jida, “to bear”) and its causative 지우다 (jiuda, “to burden”)

NounEdit

(jim)

  1. load, burden
  2. package, parcel
  3. cargo, freight
SynonymsEdit
Derived termsEdit
  • 짐꾼 (jimkkun, “a porter”)
  • 짐바리 (jimbari, “(on a pack animal)”)
  • 짐배 (jimbae, “(boat)”)
  • 짐수레 (jimsure, “cart”)
  • 짐짝 (jimjjak, “baggage”)
  • 짐차 (-, jimcha, “(vehicle)”)
  • 짐칸 (jimkan, “(overhead) compartment, (car) trunk”)
  • 짐스럽다 (jimseureopda, “troublesome”)
  • 등짐 (deungjim, “(back)”)
Related termsEdit
See alsoEdit
짐을 ...
짐이 ...

Etymology 2Edit

Sino-Korean word from

NounEdit

(jim)

  1. (royal) we