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키질[edit | edit source]

Le vanneur (The Winnower) by Jean-François Millet, a 19th-century depiction of winnowing by fan [1]
A tray and three wicker baskets.
Roman: kijil
Noun [2] [3]
  1. 키로 곡식 따위를 까부르는 일.
    winnowing by a fan or "winnowing basket" [4]
Elements
  • (ki, "fan" as a basket for tossing and receiving grains in winnowing)
  • (jil, "deal")
Relatives
  • 까부르다 (kkabureuda, roughly "to winnow") [5]
  • 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" [6]
    • French: van "winnowing basket"
    • German: Wanne "winnowing basket; tub" [7] [8]
      • 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]

  1. The fan here means a "winnowing basket," "by moving which the grain is tossed and agitated, and the chaff is separated and blown away."
  2. https://ko.dict.naver.com/#/search?query=키질
  3. https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/키질
  4. A device for tossing and receiving grains in winnowing.
  5. "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.
  6. This sense is overridden by that of "blower".
  7. The original sense "winnowing basket" has shifted to "tub," "bathtub," and even "bathing," at last!
  8. Old High German wanna "tub" (Why no "winnowing basket"?)