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19:34 Jan 29, 2003
English to Korean translations [Non-PRO]
Art/Literary
English term or phrase: How do you say servant
someone who serves others
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4하인, 하녀, 종, 공무원
Joong


  

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하인, 하녀, 종, 공무원


Explanation:
하인( Ha In ) is the most common term for a servant, and it usually means a male servant.
하녀( Ha Nio ) is a female servant.
종( Jong ) is a word for the servant or slave, both male and female.
공무원( Gong Moo Won ) is a term for a public servant.

Joong
United States
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