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na 
"I"

나가다[edit]

nagada 
"to go out"

나귀[edit]

nagwi 
"ass, donkey"
nag 
ME. nagge, Dut. negge

나오다[edit]

naoda 
"to come out"

나타나다[edit]

natanada 
"to appear"

난쟁이[edit]

nanjaeng-i 
"dwarf"
nano 
from Lat. nanus, Fre. nain "dwarf"

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nal
  1. "day"
  2. "daytime, daylight"
  3. "(sunny) weather"

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nal 
"blade"

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nam 
"other people"

낮다[edit]

najda 
"to be low"
nether 
as of "Netherlands, nether world," etc., meaning "lower"

낳다[edit]

nahda 
"to give birth"
natal 
from Lat. nasci, akin to native, nature, etc.

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neo 
"you"

너구리[edit]

neoguri 
"raccoon dog"
raccoon 
"araiguma" in Japanese, lit. "wash-bear"

너울[edit]

neoul
  1. roll of waves, waving of large wings, etc.
  2. veil of women

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neol
  1. "panel, plank"
  2. "seesaw plank"
  3. "coffin, casket"

넘다[edit]

neomda 
"to surpass, exceed, go beyond"

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nol 
"redness in the sky" before sunrise and after sunset

높다[edit]

nopda 
"to be high, lofty"

놓다[edit]

nohda 
"to lay"

누나[edit]

nuna 
"older sister" (to younger brothers)
  • 누님 (nunim) "older sister" (to younger brothers)
  • 언니 (eonni) "older sister" (to younger sisters)
  • 누이 (nui) "sister, younger sister"
nun
  • "sister" (Note: This sense is nowhere in the following.)
  • ``From Late Latin nonna "nun, tutor", originally (along with masculine form nonnus, denoting a man) a term of address for elderly persons, perhaps from children's speech, reminiscent of nana, like papa etc.`` -- nun#Etymology 1
  • ``O.E. nunne, from L.L. nonna "nun, tutor," originally (along with masc. nonnus) a term of address to elderly persons, perhaps from children's speech, reminiscent of nana (cf. Skt. nona, Pers. nana "mother," Gk. nanna "aunt," Serbo-Cr. nena "mother," It. nonna, Welsh nain "grandmother;" see nanny). Nunnery, c.1275, originally meant "nunhood." Sense of "house of ill-fame" is first recorded 1593.`` -- etymonline.com

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nun 
(short vowel) "eye"

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nun 
(long vowel) "snow"

눕다[edit]

nubda 
"to lie down (precisely, on the back)"
nubile 
from Lat. nubere "(for women) to marry," akin to nuptial, etc., perhaps originally meaning "(for women in normal copulation) to lie on the back like a succubus, while for men to lie down like an incubus."
nymph 
from Latin nympha from Anc. Greek νύμφη (nymphe) "bride, veiled, (pl) labia minora" probably akin to Latin nubere "(for women) to marry, veil, conceal, cover," nubes "cloud," nimbus "cloud, halo," etc.

늑대[edit]

neukdae 
"wolf"
wolf 
akin to Anc. Greek λύκος (lykos), Lat. lupus, lupa "she-wolf, prostitute," lupanar "brothel," Fre. louve "she-wolf, prostitute," louvre "wolf hunting," etc.

늘다[edit]

neulda 
"to increase"

늙다[edit]

neulgda 
"to get old"

능금[edit]

neunggeum 
"crab apple"

늦다[edit]

neutda 
"to be late"
late

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neup 
"marsh, swamp"

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nida 
"to go"

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nib
  1. (obsolete) "mouth, lips"
  2. (obsolete) "leaf"
    "A cupid motif" marked by curving?
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lip 
akin to labia majora and labia minora from Lat. labium "lip"
See also

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nip 
(obsolete) "leaf"

Reference[edit]

  1. ^ "닝금ㅅ 금: 俗呼沙果 (訓蒙上11)" -- 南廣祐, 敎學 古語辭典, 敎學社, 서울, 2003, p. 341. See also: 사과 (sagwa, "apple").