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Sino-Korean word from {{{1}}}


Use this template in the etymology section of a Korean word with an uncertain Chinese etymon. When the specific language is known (Mandarin, Cantonese, Min Nan, etc.) please use {{der|ko|lang}} or {{bor|ko|lang}} along with the relevant language code.


If only one term is supplied

The Sinitic word to be linked to.
A gloss for |1=.

If multiple terms are supplied

The first component of the Sinitic word.
A gloss for |1=.
|3=, |4=
Another component of the Sinitic word, and its gloss.
|4=, |5=
Another component of the Sinitic word, and its gloss.
  • If the components as a combined whole form an existing entry name, then that entry will be linked to.


Simple usage:

Sino-Korean word from ("dictionary")

Usage detailing multiple components:

Sino-Korean word from , from ? ("word") + ? ("dictionary")

Usage detailing multiple components, the sum of which does not form an existing entry name:

Sino-Korean word from ? ("flat") + ? ("earth") + ? ("city")

See also

  • {{ko-sino-reading}}, when the term is a Sino-Korean reading of a word not of Sinitic origin.

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