박다

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Korean[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From First attested in the Worin seokbo (月印釋譜 / 월인석보), 1459, as Middle Korean 박다 (Yale: pakta).

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key)[pa̠k̚t͈a̠]
  • Phonetic Hangul[]
Revised Romanization? bakda
Revised Romanization (translit.)? bagda
McCune–Reischauer? pakta
Yale Romanization? pakqta

Verb[edit]

박다 (bakda) (infinitive 박아, sequential 박으니)

  1. (…을 …에) to drive; to ram; to hammer
  2. (…을 …에) to hit; to bump; to crash
  3. (…을 …에) to attach or insert
  4. (…을 …에) to put into or in the middle
  5. (…을 …에) to put a filling in food
  6. (…을 …에) to press into a frame or plate
  7. (…을 …에) to keep one's person in secret
  8. (…을 …에) (often used in conjunction with eyes) to stare into a place
  9. (…을 …에) to bend down or press down on one's head or face
  10. (…을 …에) to bump one's head against a person
  11. (…을 …에) (of plants) to take root.
  12. (…을) to put letters or pictures on a printed page
  13. (…에) to take a print or photograph
  14. (…에) to sew by a thread
  15. (…에) to articulate words and letters
  16. (…을 …으로, …을 …을) to put on a list to make enemy
  17. (North Korea) (…을 …으로, …을 …을) to linger in one's mind or memory
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  18. (North Korea) (…을 …으로, …을 …을) to write down what is needed for reporting, decision, instruction, command, etc.
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  19. (North Korea) (…을 …으로, …을 …을) to thrust oars into the water
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Conjugation[edit]