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- n. An archaic name for the phonetic script in which Korean is written, now usually called Hangeul.
- proper n. The title of a book published in Korea in the 15th century, outlining the phonetic script in which Korean is now usually written.
Korean 훈민 정음; 訓民正音; "Correct Sounds for the Education of the People" (Wiktionary)
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