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까까[edit | edit source]

Korean rice cakes called tteok
Roman: kkakka
Noun [1] [2]
  1. 어린아이의 말로, ‘과자’를 이르는 말.
  2. (childish reduplication) cake
Synonyms
Relatives
Comparatives
Germanic Norse Others
See also
  • (bap, "meal, cooked rice" ), cf. English pap, Latin pappa [5]
  • 맘마 (mamma, childish "meal, milk, pap")

Korean/Words/까마귀

Korean/Words/까맣다


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Roman: kkul
Noun [6] [7]
  1. 꿀벌이 꽃에서 빨아들여 벌집 속에 모아 두는, 달콤하고 끈끈한 액체. 그 성분은 대부분 당분(糖分)이며 식용하거나 약으로 쓴다.
    honey
Relatives
  • 꿀벌 (kkul-beol, "honeybee")
  • ' (beol, "bee")
  • 벌꿀 (beol-kkul, lit. "bee honey")
Comparatives
Germanic Latinic, etc. Slavic Koreanic Turkic
  • Danish: honning
  • Dutch: huning
  • English: honey
  • German: Honig [8]
  • Norwegian: honning
  • Swedish: honung
Compare
  • English: Hunnic, Hunnish
  • French: Hunnique
  • German: Hunnisch, Hunnig
  • Asturian: miel
  • Breton: mel
  • French: miel
  • Galician: mel
  • Latin: mel
  • Portuguese: mel
  • Spanish: miel
  • Irish: mil
  • Manx: mill
Compare
  • Korean: 밀 (蜜, mil)
  • Czech: med
  • Polish: miód
  • Russian: мёд (mjod)
  • Slovene: med
  • Ukrainian: мед (med)
Compare
  • Chinese: 蜜 (mat)
  • Japanese: みつ (蜜, mitsu)
  • Korean: 꿀 (kkul)
Compare yellow [9]
  • Danish: gul
  • Dutch: geel
  • English: yellow
  • German: gelb
  • Icelandic: gulur
  • Norwegian: gul
  • Swedish: gul
  • Bashkir: бал (bal)
  • Kazakh: бал (bal)
  • Mongolian: бал (bal)
  • Tatar: бал (bal)
  • Turkish: bal
  • Turkmen: bal
Compare
  • Korean (beol, "bee")


꿀벌[edit | edit source]

Hornet or *horse-bee
Roman: kkul-beol [10]
Noun [11] [12]
  1. 꿀벌과의 곤충. 몸의 색깔은 어두운 갈색이고 날개는 희고 투명하다. 한 마리의 여왕벌을 중심으로 집단생활을 하며 여왕벌과 수벌은 새끼를 치는 일만 하고 일벌이 꿀을 따다 나른다. 아프리카와 유럽이 원산지이다.
    honeybee [13]
Elements
  • (kkul, "honey")
  • (beol, "bee")
Relatives
  • 말벌 (mal-beol, "hornet, wasp" lit. "horse-bee")
Comparatives
蜜蜂 #Chinese
(, "honey") + (fēng, "bee")
蜜蜂 #Japanese
みつ (mitsu, "honey") + ばち (bachi, "bee")
蜜蜂 #Korean
(밀, mil, "honey") + (봉, bong, "bee")
bal arısı #Turkish
bal ("honey") + arısı ("bee's")
honingbij #Dutch
honing ("honey") + bij ("bee")
honeybee #English
honey ("honey") + bee ("bee")
Honigbiene #German
Honig ("honey") + Biene ("bee")
abeille à miel #French [14]
abeille ("bee") + à + miel ("honey")
abeja de miel #Spanish
abeja ("bee") + de + miel ("honey")
beach mheala #Irish
beach ("bee") + mheala ("honey's")
shellan molley #Manx
shellan ("bee") + molley ("honey's")

Footnotes[edit | edit source]

  1. https://ko.dict.naver.com/#/search?query=까까
  2. https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/까까
  3. "(archaic)"
  4. 1. the word with which infants call for food
    Etymology
    Probably of childish, onomatopoetic origin.
  5. https://ko.dict.naver.com/#/search?query=꿀
  6. https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/꿀
  7. Probably meaning "Hunnish"
  8. See also:
    Latinic
    • Asturian: mariellu
    • Breton: melen
    • Galician: marelo
    • Italian: giallo, cf. Germanic
    • Portuguese: amarelo
    • Spanish: amarillo
    Malayo-Polynesian
    • Acehnese: kuneng
    • Indonesian: kuning
    • Javanese: kuning
    • Malay: kuning
  9. (kkul, "honey") + (beol, "bee")
  10. https://ko.dict.naver.com/#/search?query=꿀벌
  11. https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/꿀벌
  12. Such a compound is so widespread.
  13. The former abeille may well be compared with Korean (beol), while the latter miel with Sino-Korean 밀 (蜜, mil).