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게우다

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Korean

Etymology

Of native Korean origin.

Verb

게우다 (ge-uda

  1. To disgorge, discharge, regurgitate, spew, throw up, vomit


Alternative spellings

  • 거이다 (geo-ida) (obsolete)
  • 게다 (geda) (abridged)

Synonyms

  • 도르다 (doreuda, “to vomit, spew”)
  • 뱉다 (baetda, “to spit, spew”)
  • 토하다 (tohada, “to vomit”, 吐하다)

Antonyms

  • 삼키다 (samkida, “to swallow, devour”)
  • 꼴깍하다 (kkolkkakada), 꿀꺽하다 (kkolkkeokada, “to gorge, gulp, glut”)

Related terms

See also

  • 긷다 (gitda, “to draw (water as out of a well, as with a bucket, and perhaps pour it into a carrier)”)
  • 품다 (pumda, “to draw (much water, etc., out of the stroage continuously)”)
  • 푸다 (puda, “to draw (water, etc., out of the storage)”)
  • 붓다 (butda, “to pour, flow”)

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