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이르다

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Etymology 1

First recorded in the Beophwagyeong eonhae, 1463, as 이르다. Subsequently recorded in the Bullyu dugong busi eonhae, 1481, as 이다.

Adjective

이르다 (revised ireuda)  infinitive 일러, sequential 이르니

  1. (to be) early
  2. (to be) premature

Conjugation

Synonyms

  • 빠르다 (ppareuda, “to be early; fast”)

Antonyms

  • 늦다 (neutda, “to be late; slow”)
    • 느리다 (neurida, “to be lazy; slow”)
    • 늙다 (neukda, “to be old”)

Derived terms

  • 이른 아침 (-achim) early (in the) morning
  • 이르게 (ireuge) (adverbial)
  • 일러 (illeo) (adverbial)

Related terms

  • 일찍 (iljjik, “early”) (adverb)

See also

Etymology 2

First recorded in the Seokbo sangjeol, 1447, as both 니르다 and 니를다.

Verb

이르다 (ireudainfinitive 이르러, sequential 이르니

  1. to arrive at a place or time

Conjugation

Synonyms

  • 닿다 (data)
  • 도달하다 (dodalhada, 到達하다)
  • 도착하다 (dochakada, 到着하다)

See also

Etymology 3

First recorded in the Seokbo sangjeol, 1447, as 니르다 (nireuda).

Verb

이르다 (ireudainfinitive 일러, sequential 이르니

  1. to say, tell
  2. (obsolete) to call; to name

Synonyms

  • 말하다 (malhada)

Related terms

  • 이름 (ireum, “name”)

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