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Korean

Etymology

Native Korean, probably cognate with Samoan nifo, Maori niho, Lakota hi, Guaraní ãi, etc.

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Orthography ni
Orthoepy, etc


Noun

(ni)

  1. (archaic, Template loop detected: Template:context 1) a tooth

Alternative spellings

  • (i) (canonical)

Synonyms

  • 이빨 (ippal, “tooth”) (for beasts)

Derived terms

  • 윗니 (wit-ni, “the upper teeth”)
  • 아랫니 (araet-ni, “the lower teeth”)
  • 앞니 (ap-ni, “incisor, front tooth”)
  • 송곳니 (songgot-ni, “cuspid, canine tooth”)
  • 어금니 (eogeum-ni, “molar, grinding tooth”)
  • 사랑니 (sarang-ni, “wisdom tooth”)
  • 뻐드렁니 (ppeodeureong-ni, “bucktooth”)
  • 엄니 (eom-ni, “(brutal) fang”)
  • 젖니 (jeot-ni, “milk teeth”)
  • 간니 (gan-ni, “permanent teeth”)
  • 톱니 (top-ni, “saw tooth”)
  • 톱니바퀴 (topni-bakwi, “toothed wheel”)

See also

  • (ip, “mouth”)
  • 입술 (ipsul, “lip”)
  • 잇몸 (itmom, “gum”)

External links

Syllable

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  1. , , , , , , , ,

References

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