ᄇᆡ호다

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Korean[edit]

Verb[edit]

ᄇᆡ호다 (baehoda) (infinitive ᄇᆡ화 or ᄇᆡ호아, sequential ᄇᆡ호니)

  1. (Early Modern) Obsolete form of 배우다 (bae'uda).
    • 1795, 李洙 (I Su) [Lee, Soo] et al., chapter 2, in 重刊老乞大諺解 (Junggan Nogeoldae Eonhae) [Reprinted Nogeoldae, with Korean Interpretation], volume 1, page 3:
      ()()사ᄅᆞᆷ의게 ᄇᆡ화시매
      nae Jyungguk-s-saram-uige geul-eul baehwasimae
      I learned writing from the Chinese people.

Usage notes[edit]

Predominant until the late nineteenth century when /h/ was deleted and /o/ closed to /u/, producing the modern form.


Middle Korean[edit]

Verb[edit]

ᄇᆡ호다 (poyhwota)

  1. to learn
    • 1447, 釋譜詳節 (Seokbo sangjeol):
      (ᄒᆞᆨ)(다ᇰ)ᄋᆞᆫ 글 ᄇᆡ호시ᇙ 지비라
      HOK.TANG-on kul poyhwosilq cip-ila
      An academy is a house where one learns literature.

Descendants[edit]

  • Early Modern Korean: ᄇᆡ호다 (baehoda)
    • Korean: 배우다 (bae'uda) (Modern Standard)