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Die Flagge der Einheit
The German Unity Flag
"Dem Deutschen Volke"
"To the German People" (inscribed motto)
Roman: tteut
  1. 무엇을 하겠다고 속으로 먹는 마음. 말이나 글, 또는 어떠한 행동 따위로 나타내는 속내. 어떠한 일이나 행동이 지니는 가치나 중요성. [1] [2]
    intention; meaning, signification; significance
  • 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")
  • (mal, "speech, language")
  • 말씀 (mal-sseum, honorific "speech, language")
  • 말뜻 (mal-tteut, "linguistic meaning") [3]
  • 띠앗 (ttiat, "brotherhood, fraternity, friendliness") cf. theodism
  • 덕의지 (德意志, deog-uiji) (Chinese)
  • 독일 (獨逸, dog-il) (Japanese)
  • 도이치 (道理致, 導理致, doichi) (new Korean)
Proto-Germanic *þiudijaną
  1. (transitive, +instrumental) to associate (with); engage with; attach to; join (with); connect
  2. to interpret; point out; explain
Origin obscure. Possibly a conflated word, partly from *þeudō (“people”), ...; and partly from *þeudjaz, *þiudiz (“good, friendly”), ...
  • 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
  1. https://ko.dict.naver.com/#/search?query=뜻
  2. https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/뜻
  3. Linguistics centers around this abstract concept, namely, semantics.