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Bugs and Insects

벌레와 곤충
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ant
개미 개미 (n)
gaemi
ant
개미탑 위의 불개미 개미탑 위의 불개미
gaemitap wiui bulgaemi
red ant on ant hill
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cockroach
바퀴벌레 바퀴벌레 (n)
bakwibeolle
cockroach
바퀴벌레는 여섯 개의 다리, 날개, 그리고 더듬이를 가지고 있습니다. 바퀴벌레는 여섯 개의 다리, 날개, 그리고 더듬이를 가지고 있습니다.
Bakwibeolleneun yeoseot gaeui dari, nalgae, geurigo deodeumireul gajigo itseumnida.
A cockroach has six legs, wings and antennae.
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mosquito
모기 모기 (n)
mogi
mosquito
잠자리는 모기를 먹습니다. 잠자리는 모기를 먹습니다.
Jamjarineun mogireul meoksseumnida.
Dragonflys eat mosquitos.
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fly
파리 파리 (n)
pari
fly
검은 집파리 검은 집파리
geomeun jippari
black housefly
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spider
거미 거미 (n)
geomi
spider
거미가 자신을 보호하고 있습니다. 거미가 자신을 보호하고 있습니다.
Geomiga jasineul bohohago itseumnida.
The spider is protecting itself.
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bee
(n)
beol
bee
벌이 노란 꽃을 수분하고 있습니다. 벌이 노란 꽃을 수분하고 있습니다.
beori noran kkocheul subunhago itsseumnida.
The bee is pollinating the yellow flower.
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bug
곤충 곤충 (n)
gonchung
bug
곤충이 자신의 얼굴을 닦고 있습니다. 곤충이 자신의 얼굴을 닦고 있습니다.
Gonchungi jasinui eolgureul dakkgo itseumnida.
The bug is cleaning its face.
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caterpillar
애벌레 애벌레 (n)
aebeolle
caterpillar
애벌레가 천천히 기어가고 있습니다. 애벌레가 천천히 기어가고 있습니다.
Aebeollega cheoncheonhi gieogago itsseumnida.
The caterpillar is crawling slowly.
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cicada
매미 매미 (n)
maemi
cicada
매미가 나무를 올라가고 있습니다. 매미가 나무를 올라가고 있습니다.
Maemiga namureul ollagago itsseumnida.
The cicadas are climbing up the tree.
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firefly
개똥벌레 개똥벌레 (n)
gaettongbeolle
firefly
개똥벌레들이 밀밭 위를 날아가고 있습니다. 개똥벌레들이 밀밭 위를 날아가고 있습니다.
Gaettongbeolledeuri milbat wireul naragago itseumnida.
The fireflies are flying over the wheat field.
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ladybug
무당벌레 무당벌레 (n)
mudangbeolle
ladybug
무당벌레들이 나뭇가지를 내려가고 있습니다. 무당벌레들이 나뭇가지를 내려가고 있습니다.
Mudangbeolledeuri namutggajireul naeryeogago itsseumnida.
The ladybugs are climbing down the branch.
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inchworm
자벌레 자벌레 (n)
jabeolle
inchworm
초록 자벌레 초록 자벌레
chorok jabeolle
green inchworm
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worm
벌레 벌레 (n)
beolle
worm
벌레가 꿈틀거리며 가고 있습니다. 벌레가 꿈틀거리며 가고 있습니다.
Beollega kkumteulgeorimyeo gago itsseumnida.
The worms are wiggling about.
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beetle
딱정벌레 딱정벌레 (n)
ttakjeongbeolle
beetle
검은 딱정벌레 검은 딱정벌레
geomeun ttakjeongbeolle
black beetle
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Saturday at 5:30 pm
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Hi BTS and GOT7,

Thanks for the positive feedback!

Cheers,
Lyn
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BTS AND GOT7
Saturday at 10:49 am
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Friday at 11:52 pm
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Hi Holly,

The Korean word for ‘moth’ is ‘나방’.
If you were referring to the insect ‘armadillidium vulgare’, it would be ‘콩벌레’ in Korean.
On another note, the Korean word for ‘potato beetle’(potato bug) would be ‘감자 딱정벌레’.

Cheers,
Lyn
Team KoreanClass101.com

Holly
Wednesday at 9:54 pm
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What about a moth or a potato bug (armadillidium vulgare) ?

Saturday at 9:11 am
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Hi Lorie,

Wasp/hornet is ‘말벌’ in Korean. (Both wasps/hornets are written as ‘말벌’)

Please let us know if you have any other questions.
Best,
Lyn
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Lorie Pennywell
Wednesday at 12:49 pm
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How would you say wasp or hornet in Korean?

Tuesday at 5:51 pm
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Hi Tina,

Butterfly is 나비 nabi in Korean.

Regards,
Claire
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Tina
Thursday at 7:00 pm
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what about butterfly?