음훈

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Etymology[edit]

Sino-Korean word from 音訓, from  (“pronunciation”) and (“interpretation”) .

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음훈 (eumhun) (hanja 音訓)

  1. Reading the sound and meaning of a hanja together, "eumhun"
  2. Both the native translation and the archaic pronunciation of choice of a hanja, additively displayed in that order so as to help learn its meaning and sound.

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  1. ^ 音読
  2. ^ 訓読
  3. ^ 解釈
  4. ^ Literally meaning the right phonetic representation for teaching people.
  5. ^ An additional advantage of hangul has been helping learn Han ideograms by easily adding the eumhun.