- 1 What is IMO in Korean?
- 2 What is Sungmo in Korean?
- 3 How do you say paternal aunt in Korean?
- 4 What is Dongsaeng?
- 5 What does BAE mean in Korean?
- 6 What does Abeoji mean?
- 7 What does Ajumoni mean?
- 8 What do you call your sister’s husband in Korean?
- 9 What is WHO Korean?
- 10 What do you call your wife in Korean?
What is IMO in Korean?
Gomo / Imo (고모/이모): The first term is used to talk about your father’s sister while the second one is used for your mother’s sister.
What is Sungmo in Korean?
Sungmo (崇母, “Holy Mother” ), also called Daemo (“Great Mother”), Jamo (“Benevolent Mother”), Sinmo (“Divine Mother”), Nogo (“Ancient Lady”), Chungkyun Moju (“Empress Mother of the Rightful View”) and by other names, is a mother goddess in Korean shamanism.
How do you say paternal aunt in Korean?
- your father’s sister: gomo (고모)
- your father’s sister’s husband: gomobu (고모부)
What is Dongsaeng?
What does dongsaeng (동생) mean? What if you are the older one? Then the other person is your 동생 (dongsaeng)! This term means both little sister and little brother, though if you want to put more emphasis on the gender of the 동생 (dongsaeng) you are talking about, you can add 여 (yeo) for girls and 남 (nam) for boys. 5
What does BAE mean in Korean?
Bae = Before Anything Else. He is my bae. He is my before anything else.
What does Abeoji mean?
1. 아버지 (abeoji) This is the standard word for ‘father’ in Korean. You can use this word when talking about your own father, but instead of saying ‘my father’, you should say ‘our father’, which is ‘우리 아버지 (uri abeoji)’ in Korean.
What does Ajumoni mean?
아주머니 (ajumoni) Literal meaning: “ middle-aged woman; madam ”
What do you call your sister’s husband in Korean?
형수 (hyung-soo) — older brother’s wife. 매형 (meh-hyung) — older sister’s husband. 제수씨 (je-su-ssi) — younger brother’s wife. 매제 (meh-je) — younger sister’s husband.
What is WHO Korean?
Who in Korean – 누구 (nugu) If you want to know someone’s name or identity, you can ask “who” in Korean as 누구 (nugu).
What do you call your wife in Korean?
“Wife” in Korean is 아내 (“a-nae”). “Husband,” on the other hand, is 남편 (“nam-pyeon”).