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See also: 시다

Korean[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]




싄 ←

싼 →

Syllable[edit]

(sin)

  1. A Hangul syllabic block made up of , , and .

Pronunciation[edit]

Etymology 2[edit]

Sino-Korean word from  (“god”).

Noun[edit]

(sin, McCune-Reischauer: shin, Yale: sin) (hanja )

  1. god, God
  2. spirit, departed soul

Etymology 3[edit]

Of native Korean origin.

Noun[edit]

(sin, McCune-Reischauer: shin, Yale: sin)

  1. joy, delight, amusement
    관중들은 아주 이 났었다.
    gwanjungdeuleun aju sini nasseotta
    The audience was frantic with joy.

Etymology 4[edit]

From English scene.

Noun[edit]

(sin, McCune-Reischauer: shin, Yale: sin)

  1. scene
    감동적인 이었다.
    gamdongjeogin sinieotta
    It was a moving scene.

Etymology 5[edit]

Of native Korean origin.

Noun[edit]

(sin, McCune-Reischauer: shin, Yale: sin)

  1. footgear, footwear, shoes
    을 벗고 들어가시오.
    sineul beotkko deuleogasio
    Do not enter with shoes on.

Etymology 6[edit]

Of native Korean origin. Attributive of 시다.

Determiner[edit]

(sin, McCune-Reischauer: shin)

  1. sour, acid, tart