전하다

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Korean[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From (, jeon, “conveyance”) and the native Korean verb 하다 (hada, “to do”).

Pronunciation[edit]

Romanizations
Revised Romanization?jeonhada
Revised Romanization (translit.)?jeon-hada
McCune–Reischauer?chŏnhada
Yale Romanization?cen.hata

Verb[edit]

전하다 (jeonhada) (infinitive 전해 or 전하여, sequential 전하니)

  1. to pass along; to convey
    그에게 안부 전해 주세요.
    Geuege anbu jeonhae juseyo.
    Please send him my regards.
    • 2020 June 12, “노걸대”, in 위키백과[1]:
      노걸대는 지금까지 언해본, 한어(중국어), 몽어(몽골어), 청어(만주어)로만 전해지며, 왜어(일본어)는 현재까지 전해지지 않고 있다.
      Nogeoldaeneun jigeumkkaji eonhaebon, haneo(junggugeo), mong-eo(monggoreo), cheong-eo(manjueo)roman jeonhaejimyeo, waeeo(ilboneo)neun hyeonjaekkaji jeonhaejiji anko itda.
      To this day, only the Korean translation; Chinese version; Mongolian version; and Manchu version of the Nogeoldae are extant; the Japanese version has not survived to modern times.

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