From 싸우(stem of 싸우다(to fight))+ㄹ(an ending making verbs into attributive form)+아비(father; used as an alternative term of 사내(a man) to create classical image). Coined at 1962 as a translation of Sino-Korean synonym 무사.
|Orthoepy, etc||ssaurabi||싸우라비 (ssaurabi)|
싸울아비 • (ssaurabi)
- a man warrior