Xiu Mei
meaning of 이그 The whole sentence in: 이그~~~~~아가 I would like to understand how korean uses '아가 ' (baby)? in this context, what does it mean? Thank you very much for all the help so far.
Apr 25, 2016 10:44 AM
Answers · 3
ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ yap it`s alright. 아가 means baby :D maybe grandma or grandpa say like that to you kkkk
April 25, 2016
이그 is an interjection expressing a dislike or disapproval on something. There are many such phrases of interjection: - 에그, 에이그: similar to 이그, lighter in tone. (에그, 손이 흙투성이네 [to a child] - Gee, your hands are covered with dirt). - 아이고, 아이구: exclamation of a surprise, worry, of being in pain or fatigue, etc. (아이고, 힘들다 - Ah, I'm beat). - 에고, 에구, 애고: similar to 아이고/아이구, but maybe slightly lighter in tone. - 아야: ouch! (reaction to a sharp pain). - 아이쿠: Similar to 아야, but a little lighter, and more masculine.
April 25, 2016
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