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Sino-Korean (not comparable)
- Of or pertaining both to China and to Korea; being both Chinese and Korean.
- the state of Sino-Korean relations
- (specifically, linguistics, of a Korean word) Etymologically borrowed or otherwise derived from an eighth-century dialect of Middle Chinese which greatly influenced the Korean language.
- Until the fifteenth century, Koreans had a native word for the numeral "hundred", but it has since been replaced by a Sino-Korean word.
being both Chinese and Korean
Etymologically from or influenced by Chinese
- The elements in the Korean language derived from the said dialect of Middle Chinese: