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KoreanEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Middle Korean 에〮/애〮 (Yale: -éy/áy, locative particle), from Old Korean 良中 (*-akuy, *-ahuy, locative particle), compound of (*-a, locative particle) + (*-kuy, locative particle).

PronunciationEdit

Romanizations
Revised Romanization?-e
Revised Romanization (translit.)?e
McCune–Reischauer?e
Yale Romanization?ey

ParticleEdit

(-e)

  1. at
  2. to
    어디 ?Eodi-e ga-yo?Where are you going to?
Usage notesEdit
  • (-e) is only used on nouns denoting inanimate objects. For nouns denoting animate objects (usually people or animals), 한테 (-hante), 에게 (-ege), or (-ge) is used instead.
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