Tuesday, January 28, 2014

0113 - 老[노/로] - 늙다 - old, aged; experienced

The Story [이야기] :

  • An elder is 耂 is slowly putting some butter on a bread with a magic spoon 匕.
  • 노 is used if found at the beginning of the word, and 로 otherwise.

Stroke Order [획순] :

New Vocabulary [새로운 단어] :

노물 [] - a superannuated person; an old and decrepit stuff; a worn-out thing
노인 [] - old[older, elderly] man[woman], senior citizen
노자 [] - Lao-tzu (the founder of Taoism)
연로 [] - old [advanced] age
노년 [] - old age; declining years; the winter of life
노부 [] - one's old [aged] father
노모 [] - one's old [aged] mother
노부모 [] - one's aged parents
노후 [] - one's old age; one's declining years; the winter [evening] of life
노목 [] - an old [aged] tree
장로교 [] - Presbyterian Church
불로 [] - eternal youth
불로하다 [하다] - (be) ever-young [ageless]; enjoy eternal youth
불로장생 [] - eternal [perennial, ageless] youth


Example Sentences [예문] :

이 된 들은 그들의 를 돌보아야 합니다.
Grown-up children should look after their elderly parents.

부분의 사람들에게 부양 족은 식이거나 한 다.
For most people, dependents are either children or elderly parents.

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