2. Noun. The phonetic alphabet used to write the Korean language. ¹
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Definition of Hangul
1. the Korean alphabetic script [n]
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hangul
Literary usage of Hangul
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Records of Big Game: With Their Distribution, Characteristics, Dimensions by Rowland Ward (1899)
"... Head of hangul. From a specimen shot by I. (j. A pear in Kashmir. hangul or KASHMIR STAG (Cervus ..."
2. Hindu-Koh: Wanderings and Wild Sport on and Beyond the Himalayas by Donald Macintyre (1889)
"... hangul " HAVE DECREASED IN NUMBERS. ALL Nature's charms looked more bright and beautiful when the clouds cleared away after two or three days of almost ..."
3. Korea by OECD Staff, Organization for Economic Cooperation &, (Paris) Organisation for Economic Co-ope, Organization for Economic Cooperation An, Oecd, Publi Oecd Published by Oecd Publishing (1998)
"The \ndependent, first published in hangul in 1896, was the first of many Korean newspapers to take up Korean nationalist causes. ..."
4. The Life of Major-General Sir Thomas Munro, Bart. and K.C.B., Late Governor by George Robert Gleig (1831)
"It appears to me that when they will be at hangul, they will be able to assist me with ... If I could get a little at hangul it would be a great relief. ..."
5. Horns and Hoofs: Or Chapters on Hoofed Animals by Richard Lydekker (1893)
"Above all things, the grass-shoes, which are so excellent for snow, should on no account be used in hangul stalking. Before proceeding to discuss the next ..."