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The English names with the suffix -stan;
those countries that have such a name;
other countries that have such a name for the first-level administrative division.
Roman: ttang
Noun
  1. 강이나 바다와 같이 물이 있는 곳을 제외한 지구의 겉면. 영토(領土) 또는 영지(領地).
    earth, ground, land; territory
Compounds
Comparatives


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An image of a tinker [5] by Ignacy Krieger, 19th century
Roman: ttaem
Noun [6]
  1. 금이 가거나 뚫어진 데를 때우는 일. [또 이처럼] 잘못된 일을 그때그때 필요에 따라 임시변통으로 고치는 일.
    doing with the tinker's dam, (which has implausibly degenerated into) tinker's damn, tinker's curse
Compounds
  • 땜질 (-jil, "dealing with tinkering, soldering")
  • 땜장이 (-jang-i, "tinker, solderer") [7] [8]
Relatives
  • 때우다 (ttae-uda, "to tinker, solder, blaze") [9]
Comparatives
See also

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See: #도
  1. [부사] 어떤 일이 거듭하여.
  2. [부사] 그 밖에 더.
  3. [부사] 그럼에도 불구하고.

또한[edit | edit source]

See: #도
  1. [부사] 어떤 것을 전제로 하고 그것과 같게.
  2. [부사] 그 위에 더. 또는 거기에다 더.

Korean/Words/똥


뚫다[edit | edit source]

A hand-held electric drill.
Roman: ttulh-da
Verb [10] [11]
  1. 구멍을 내다.
    to make, bore, peirce a hole through.
  2. 막힌 것을 통하게 하다.
    to unblock something blocked.
Comparatives

Korean/Words/뚱뚱

Korean/Words/뜨다

Korean/Words/뜰

Korean/Words/뜸


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Die Flagge der Einheit
The German Unity Flag
"Dem Deutschen Volke"
"To the German People" (inscribed motto)
Roman: tteut
Noun
  1. 무엇을 하겠다고 속으로 먹는 마음. 말이나 글, 또는 어떠한 행동 따위로 나타내는 속내. 어떠한 일이나 행동이 지니는 가치나 중요성. [15] [16]
    intention; meaning, signification; significance
Compounds
  • 뜻하다 (-hada, "to intend, mean, signify")
  • 뜻맞다 (-majda, "to agree; to be of a mind")
  • 뜻대로 (-daero, "at will, in one's own way"
  • 뜻밖 (-bakk, "surprise, accidence")
Relatives
  • 띠앗 (ttiat, "brotherhood, fraternity, friendliness") cf. theodism
Inventions
  • 덕의지 (德意志, deog-uiji) (Chinese)
  • 독일 (獨逸, dog-il) (Japanese)
  • 도이치 (道理致, 導理致, doichi) (new Korean)
Comparatives
Proto-Germanic *þiudijaną
  1. (transitive, +instrumental) to associate (with); engage with; attach to; join (with); connect
  2. to interpret; point out; explain
Etymology
Origin obscure. Possibly a conflated word, partly from *þeudō (“people”), ...; and partly from *þeudjaz, *þiudiz (“good, friendly”), ...
Descendants
  • Old High German: diuten
    • German: deuten
      1. to interpret (e.g. dreams)
      2. to point at (with auf + accusative)
  • Middle Dutch: dieden, duden
    1. to explain
    2. to mean, to signify
    3. to tell
    4. (with a negative) to be valid
    5. (with a negative) to be helpful, useful
    • Dutch: duiden
      1. (transitive) to point to, refer to, suggest
      2. (transitive) to explain, clarify
  • Old English: þīedan, þēodan
    1. to join, attach
    2. to join, associate with, or attach one's self to somebody or somebody's group
  • Old Norse: þýða
    1. to explain, interpret
    2. to signify
    • Danish: tyde
      1. interpret
      2. decipher, read
    • Faroese: týða
      1. to translate
    • Icelandic: þýða
      1. (transitive, takes the accusative) to translate a language
      2. to mean, to signify
    • Norwegian: tyde, tyda
      1. to interpret, decipher
      2. to mean
      3. to indicate
    • Swedish: tyda
      1. to interpret; to understand the meaning of
      2. to indicate; to give a hint about an otherwise unknown fact
See also
  • 말씀 (mal-sseum, "speech, language")

Korean/Words/띠앗

Footnotes[edit | edit source]

  1. https://ko.dict.naver.com/#/search?query=땅개
    1. 키가 아주 작은 개.
    2. 키가 작고 됨됨이가 단단하며 잘 싸다니는 사람을 속되게 이르는 말.
  2. https://ko.dict.naver.com/#/search?query=땅콩
    1. 콩과의 한해살이풀... 열매는 씨방 밑부분이 길게 자라 땅속으로 들어가 익는 협과(莢果)이다. 브라질이 원산지로 주로 모래땅에서 나는데 북아메리카, 프랑스, 중국을 거쳐 우리나라에 들어와 널리 재배된다. =호콩.
  3. "The suffix is most common in Iran, which contains thousands of -abads, most of them small villages."
  4. cf. Korean (bat)
  5. Having high and wide cheekbones, he looks like an East-Asian descendant.
  6. https://ko.dict.naver.com/#/search?query=땜
  7. Tinker or tinkerer is an archaic term for an itinerant tinsmith who mends household utensils.
  8. Tinkers are associated with gypsies or Romani people.
  9. 표준국어대사전
    1. 뚫리거나 깨진 곳을 다른 조각으로 대어 막다.
    2. 간단한 음식으로 끼니를 대신하다.
    3. 다른 수단을 써서 어떤 일을 보충하거나 대충 해결하다.
  10. https://ko.dict.naver.com/#/search?query=뚫다
  11. https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/뚫다
  12. See: Metathesis
  13. See: Metathesis
  14. See: Metathesis
  15. https://ko.dict.naver.com/#/search?query=뜻
  16. https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/뜻