Korean/Words/구르다

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-ㄱ-ㄲ-ㄴ-ㄷ-ㄸ-ㄹ-ㅁ-ㅂ-ㅃ-ㅅ-ㅆ-ㅇ-ㅈ-ㅉ-ㅊ-ㅋ-ㅌ-ㅍ-ㅎ-
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구르다[edit | edit source]

The wheel is to wheel around.
Bong Coo is to roll a ball toward pins, 1998.
Roman: gureu-da
Noun [1] [2]
  1. 바퀴처럼 돌면서 옮겨 가다. [3]
    (intransitive) to roll
    cf. Latin gyro "I revolve around, wheel around"
Relatives
Comparatives
Strong reduplication [4] Weak reduplication
  • Greek: κύκλος (kýklos) [5]
  • Latin: cyclus
  • Danish: cyklus
  • Dutch: cyclus
  • English: cycle
  • German: Zyklus
  • Italian: ciclo
  • Portuguese: ciclo
  • Spanish: ciclo
  • Swedish: cykel
Korean Japanese Remarks [6]
구르다 (gureuda) ころがる (korogaru) intransitive
굴리다 (gullida) ころがす (korogasu) transitive
  • くるま #Japanese (kuruma, "car, wheel" )
  • ごろごろ, ゴロゴロ (gorogoro)
    1. (onomatopoeia) with the sound of thunder
    2. (onomatopoeia) with a rumble
    3. (onomatopoeia) with a growl
    4. (onomatopoeia) with a purr
    5. (onomatopoeia) rolling
    6. (onomatopoeia) ubiquitously
    7. (onomatopoeia) idly passing the time [7]
  1. https://ko.dict.naver.com/#/search?query=구르다
  2. https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/구르다
  3. cf. 굴리다
    바퀴처럼 돌면서 옮겨 가게 하다. ‘구르다’의 사동사.
  4. cycle (n.) https://www.etymonline.com/word/cycle#etymonline_v_521
  5. Cf. Japanese reduplication ゴロゴロ (gorogoro) below
  6. Note the unclear transitive vs. intransitive forms in European languages.
  7. Cf. Korean counterparts: