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ga 
"margin"

가다[edit]

gada 
"to go"
gān   : Old English
gaan  : Dutch 
    : Danish, Swedish
go    : English
gehen : German

가래[edit]

garae 
"shovel, spade"

가르다[edit]

gareuda 
"to share, sever, split, divide"

가리다[edit]

garida 

가리마[edit]

garima 
"part (in the hair)"

가리비[edit]

garibi 
"scallop"
scallop 
akin to scale, shell

가리키다[edit]

garikida 
"to indicate"

가을[edit]

gaEul 


가히[edit]

gahi 


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gal 
"knife, sword" (obsolete)
scar 
"scissors, blade, sword" in OHG, perhaps akin to scabbard

갈가리[edit]

galgari 
"to shreds, to pieces"

갈고랑이[edit]

galgorang-i 
"hook, gaff," cf. gibbet, gallows, harrow

갈고리[edit]

galgori 
"short for #갈고랑이"
gallows
gibbet, Fre. gibet, Fra. gibb "forked stick," from Lat. gibbus "humpbacked"
Γ or Π shaped post for hanging people
OE. galga, gealga
OHG. galgo
ON. galgi
Dutch galg
German Galgen "gallows, crossbeam"
Swedish galge
Italian forca "gallows, fork"
Spanish horca
furrow
OE. furh, Ger. Furche, Lat. porca "bulge or ridge between two furrows," hence perhaps akin to porcus, OE. fearh, Eng. farrow, Dut. varken "pork or pig," and OE. balca "balk, or ridge of land"
fork
OE. forca, from Lat. furca "pitchfork," perhaps originally meaning "furrowed or forked," hence akin to porca "bulge between furrows," and porcus "pork," the bulgy bulky fleshy pig
pork
Lat. porcus, perhaps akin to OE. fearh, Eng. farrow, Dut. varken "pig"

갈기[edit]

galgi 
"mane"

갈다 [edit]

galda 
"to plow, till"
colere

갈래[edit]

gallae 
"what is forked"
galley

갈매기[edit]

galmaegi 
"seagull, gull, mew" (Note: The gull of Celtic origin replaced OE. mǣw.)
gull
mew
Danish  : måge
Norweg. : måke
Swedish : mås



P.Germ. : *maigwis
English : mew 
Dutch   : meeuw
French  : mauve
German  : Möwe
Iceland.: máfur
Lithuan.: mevas
Polish  : mewa
Tongues
"gull"
"swallow"
Suffixes
German 
Möwe   
Schwalbe
-we / -be
Japanese
kamome
tsubame
-me
Korean 
galmaegi
gireogi*
-gi

[*] "wild goose"

갈비[edit]

galbi 
"rib"

갈지[edit]

galji 
precisely, "갈," whose figures "zigzag," while literally meaning "to go" (as per )

갈치[edit]

galchi 
"hairtail," literally, "sword fish," namely "cutlassfish," similar to "scabbardfish" perhap akin to OHG. scar "scissors, blade, sword" via scabbard

갈퀴[edit]

galkwi 


갉다[edit]

galgda 


갋다[edit]

galbda 


감다[edit]

gamda 


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gae 


개구리[edit]

gaeguri 


거르다[edit]

georeuda
  1. to sieve, screen

거믜[edit]

geomui
  1. spider, cf. 蜘蛛

거엄[edit]

geo-eom
  1. jawbone

거울[edit]

geoul
  1. mirror

거웃[edit]

geout 


거위[edit]

geowi 


거품[edit]

geopeum 


거흠[edit]

geoheum 


걷다[edit]

geotda 


걸다[edit]

geolda 


검다[edit]

geomda 


게우[edit]

ge-u
  1. (obsolete spelling) goose

게우다[edit]

geuda
  1. to vomit, disgorge, gush out, throw up

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gyeo 


겨레[edit]

gyeore
  1. german, brethren

겨리[edit]

gyeori 


겨울[edit]

gyeoul
  1. winter

격구[edit]

gyeoggu
擊毬
  1. polo.

See also : ㅌ#타구 (tagu)

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gyeol
  1. wave
  2. texture, disposition
  3. (on the) verge, wave (of)

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gyeol
  1. to unite
  2. to finish
  3. to gel
gel
gelare
unguis
ungula
ungulate

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gyeom 
"cum"
  • 서재침실 (seohae-gyeom-chimsil) "study-cum-bedroom"
cum
com-

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gyeot 


계집[edit]

gyejip 


고개[edit]

gogae
  1. nape
  2. head
  3. col, mountain pass

고니[edit]

goni
  1. swan, genus Cygnus

고르다[edit]

goreuda 


고름[edit]

goreum 


고리[edit]

gori 


고비[edit]

gobi 


고프다[edit]

gopeuda 

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gon
Chinese (Mandarin) reading: kun
  1. earth
  2. queen
  3. or the 8th of the Eight Trigrams (☰☱☲☳☴☵☶☷ or 八卦) that represents the earth () and also the mother () and wetness () as yin (). This is contrasted with or (, geon) that represents the sky () and also the father () and dryness () as yang (). The above Eight Trigrams exactly match with the three-digit binary numbers, counting from 111 (dec. 7) to 000 (dec. 0).

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gon
  1. (Chinese reading: hun): barbarians west of ancient China, who are likely related to the Western or White Huns of a mixed and mysterious identity that overrode the ancient Europe and narrowed down the Roman Empire.
  2. (another reading: hon): unclear, mixed, confused. See also .

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gol 


골목[edit]

golmok 


골프다[edit]

golpeuda 
"to be hungry"
golf
gulf
gulp

골짝[edit]

goljjak 


곪다[edit]

golmda 


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gom
  1. bear, Ursus
  2. (metaphor) fool, silly person
  3. hole, den, sett

곰배[edit]

gombae 


곱다[edit]

gopda 


곱사[edit]

gopsa 


곱추[edit]

gopchu 


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gong 
"ball, sphere"

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goe 
(obsolete) "cat"

구르다[edit]

gureuda 


구들[edit]

gudeul 


구름[edit]

gureum 


구리[edit]

guri
  1. copper

구무[edit]

gumu
  1. hole, cavity
  2. cunt

구부리다[edit]

guburida 
"to curve"

구블[edit]

gubeul
  1. "hip, hip joint"
  2. "shank, leg"

구유[edit]

guyu 


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guk 


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gun 


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gut 


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gul 


굴리다[edit]

gullida
  1. to roll (vt.), cf. cylinder

굶다[edit]

gulmda 


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gum 


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gup
  1. "hoof"
  2. "heel"
  3. "foot, base, bottom" (of bowls, etc)
^ 굽이
   gub-i
"something bent, curved," cf. cubit from Lat. cubitum "elbow," cubare "to bend"
^ 굽다
   gupda
"to be bent, curved; to mount," cf. incubate, incubus, succubus from cubare "to lie down"
^ 굽슬다
   gupseulda
"to lie prone, prostrate," cf. incubate, incubus from Lat. cubare "to kneel down"
^ 굽히다
   guphida
"to bend, cause to be curved," cf. Germ. Hüfte "hip," Huf "hoof," Haupt "head"
^ 구부리다
   guburida
"to bend, cause to be curved," Hung. görbít, Ital. curvare, Span. curvar
^ 구블
   gubeul
"hip, buttocks; shank, leg," cf. curve
^ 구리
   guri
"copper," cf. Catalan coure, Lat. cuprum, Fren. cuivre, Port. & Span. cobre, Port. cobra "serpent of the hood"

hoof - Eng., cf. OE. heafod "head," perhaps akin to hype "hip" [13]
hoef - Dut., cf. hoofd "head," heup "hip"
hov - Dan., Nor., Swed., cf. Swed. huvud "head," Dan. hofte "hip"
hófur - Iceland., cf. ON. höfuð "head"
Huf - Germ., cf. Haupt "head," Hüfte "hip" [14]
kavio - Finn., between Germanic and Slavic?
kopito - Croat., Serb., Slovene, cf. Lat. cubitum "elbow," akin to head?
kopyto - Cze., Pol., Russ., Slovak , cf. Lat. caput "head," akin to hip?
pata - Hung., Portu., cf. foot, pedal, pad

굽다 [edit]

gupda 
(long vowel) "to roast, develop"

굽다 [edit]

gupda 
(long vowel) "to mount, lie down"
  • ^ 굽다 (gupda, short vowel) "to be curved, crooked"
cubare 
"to lie down, kneel down" in Latin from Greek κύβος (kybos) "cube, dice, vertebra"
cube
cubit
cub
incubate
incubus
succubus 

굽다 [edit]

gupda 
(short vowel) "to be curved, crooked"

굿[edit]

gut
  1. "exorcism, shamanic ritual"
  2. "spectacle"
good 
Ger. gut
god 
Ger. Gott

굿 [edit]

gut 
"pit, hollow, cavity"
gut

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gung 
"house, palace"

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gung 
"bow" (of archery for shooting arrows)

귀골[edit]

gwigol 
(assumed[15]) "earring"

그네[edit]

geune 
"swing" (hanging seat)

그루[edit]

geuru
  1. "stub, stump" (whence plants grow)
  2. "unit tree"

그르렁그르렁[edit]

geureureong-geureureong
  1. (reduplicative adverb) purring

그릇[edit]

geureut
  1. bowl
  2. vessel, container
  3. capacity, caliber

그리다[edit]

geurida 


그림[edit]

geurim 


그물[edit]

geumul 


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geul 


긁다[edit]

geulgda 


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geum 


긋다[edit]

geutda 

*긔[edit]

*gui [16]
  1. dog

기다[edit]

gida 


기르다[edit]

gireuda 


기름[edit]

gireum 


기리다[edit]

girida 


기린[edit]

girin 


기울다[edit]

giulda 


긷다[edit]

gitda 


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gil 


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gim
  1. (short vowel) impetus
  2. (long vowel) steam
  3. (long vowel) laver

김치[edit]

gimchi
  1. kimchi

깁다[edit]

gipda 


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git 


깊다[edit]

gipda 

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The goose is, so to speak, a surrogate dog.
  2. ^ Both languages also have ca and can as the synonyms.
  3. ^ The Korean word for this is 황새 (hwang-sae) or 한새 (han-sae), either meaning (keun-sae) "big bird". The Latin ciconia and cygnus looks like cognates.
  4. ^ Perhaps borrowed from Spanish.
  5. ^ Rhyming with money, honey, etc.
  6. ^ The first part horse is to suggest "greatness".
  7. ^ Literally, "fire bear" or "red bear".
  8. ^ Also known as 북극곰 (bugguk-gom) "polar bear".
  9. ^ Both Korean and Germanic terms for "elbow" are compounds that literally mean "arm-bending."
  10. ^ Korean Hanja reading : gab-du (甲兜)
  11. ^ cf. Kor. gub "hoof," gut "pit," Eng. gut
  12. ^ incubare "to lie on," succubare "to lie under"
  13. ^ originally meaning "to bend," cf. PIE *qeub- or *keu- "to bend"
  14. ^ originally meaning biegen "to bend," cf. PIE *qeub- "to bend"
  15. ^ This entry is assumed to be alternate to 귀고리 (gwigori), as 귀엣골 (gwietgol) is so to 귀엣고리 (gwietgori).
  16. ^ This entry is an informally modernized hangeul spelling for the obsolete syllable composed of /ㄱ/ and /ㆎ/.