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Korean

Etymology 1

Sino-Korean word from (“armor, shell, the first of the ten heavenly stems”)

Noun

(gap)

  1. armor; shell
  2. the first of the ten Celestial stems
See also
  • (first of the ten Celestial stems):
    1. (gap, )
    2. (eul, )
    3. (byeong, )
    4. (jeong, )
    5. (mu, )
    6. (gi, )
    7. (gyeong, )
    8. (sin, )
    9. (im, )
    10. (gye, )
Derived terms

Etymology 2

Sino-Korean word from (“small box, case, coffer”)

Determiner

(gap)

  1. cases; packs
    • ; 두; 세; 네
      hangap; dugap; segap; negap
      one pack; two packs; three packs; four packs
Usage notes

As with most count words (a.k.a. classifiers), (gap) is preceded by native Korean numerals.

See also
  • (si, “o'clock”), 시간 (sigan, “hours”), (beon, “times”), (sal, “years”), 사람 (saram, “people”), (bun, “(honorific) people”), 마리 (mari, “animals”), (gwon, “volumes”), (chae, “houses”)

Noun

(gap)

  1. box; case

Derived terms

Etymology 3

Sino-Korean word from (“cape, promontory, headland”)

Noun

(gap)

  1. cape, headland
Synonyms
  • (got)
Homophones

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