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까까[edit | edit source]
- See also
- 밥 (bap, "meal, cooked rice" ), cf. English pap, Latin pappa 
- 맘마 (mamma, childish "meal, milk, pap")
꿀[edit | edit source]
- 꿀벌이 꽃에서 빨아들여 벌집 속에 모아 두는, 달콤하고 끈끈한 액체. 그 성분은 대부분 당분(糖分)이며 식용하거나 약으로 쓴다.
꿀벌[edit | edit source]
- 말벌 (mal-beol, "hornet, wasp" lit. "horse-bee")
Footnotes[edit | edit source]
- 1. the word with which infants call for food
- Probably of childish, onomatopoetic origin.
- Probably meaning "Hunnish"
- See also:
- Asturian: mariellu
- Breton: melen
- Galician: marelo
- Italian: giallo, cf. Germanic
- Portuguese: amarelo
- Spanish: amarillo
- Acehnese: kuneng
- Indonesian: kuning
- Javanese: kuning
- Malay: kuning
- 꿀 (kkul, "honey") + 벌 (beol, "bee")
- Such a compound is so widespread.
- The former abeille may well be compared with Korean 벌 (beol), while the latter miel with Sino-Korean 밀 (蜜, mil).