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13:57 Dec 28, 2002
Esperanto to English translations [PRO]
Medical / oriental medicine
Esperanto term or phrase: sojangino
This word is related to oriental medicine and refers to a body classification.
Mario Fonseca
Brazil
Local time: 17:53
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1 +1A Korean noun
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A Korean noun


Explanation:
1- The small intestine, say OMDs, are connected to the neck and shoulders via a meridian - a pathway in the body along which life energy, or "chi," flows - Koreans call "sojang-gyong." When the small intestine is damaged or weak, the related meridians are unable to carry chi correctly, and this results in stiffness or pain in areas along the meridian.

2-"Sojang-Dong" and "Sojang-Gol" are two cities in Korea.

As the suffix -ino is used for feminine nouns in Esperanto, there might be other meanings. To make sure, ask what the word "sojang" means in Kudoz Korean language section.


    Reference: http://www.koreainfogate.com/medicine/medicine2.asp?src=4&ti...
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