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키질[edit | edit source]
- 까부르다 (kkabureuda, roughly "to winnow") 
- 까불다 (kkabulda, "To act rashly or impetuously; to be tossed up and down")
- Semantic paradigm shifts and descendants
- Latin: vannus "winnowing basket"
- Dutch: wan "winnowing basket"
- English: fan "winnowing basket" 
- French: van "winnowing basket"
- German: Wanne "winnowing basket; tub"  
- Estonian: vann "bath, bathtub"
- Polish: wanna "bath, bathtub"
- Russian: ва́нна (vánna) "bath, bathtub"
- Uzbek: vanna "bathtub"
- Latvian: vanna "bathtub; tub; bathing"
- Ukrainian: ва́нна (vánna) "bath, bathtub, bathroom; bathing"
- Armenian: վաննա (vanna) "bath, bathtub, bathroom; bathing"
Footnotes[edit | edit source]
- The fan here means a "winnowing basket," "by moving which the grain is tossed and agitated, and the chaff is separated and blown away."
- A device for tossing and receiving grains in winnowing.
- "키를 위아래로 흔들어 곡식의 티나 검불 따위를 날려 버리다."
- To flap the fan up and down so that the grains are tossed up and the chaffs are blown away.
- This sense is overridden by that of "blower".
- The original sense "winnowing basket" has shifted to "tub," "bathtub," and even "bathing," at last!
- Old High German wanna "tub" (Why no "winnowing basket"?)