Why do people add 디 at the end of names? What does it mean? It's like (name)디. I don't really know much about context but I see it around from time to time and I just got curious. Is it a thing around Korea?
Nov 27, 2017 2:49 PM
Answers · 3
it's a slang there is the word '기모찌' in Japanese means 'feel great' ~띠 is orginated from 기모찌.
November 28, 2017
I don't really know but it might actually be double d. But what does that mean?
November 28, 2017
Hmm. I don't know what that usage is. It needs more sentence. "민수디, 철수디, 하경디" like this? I haven't heard of it. Oh, does it happen to be "띠?" Such as "민수띠, 철수띠, 하경띠?" For example: 앙, 민수띠~! This?
November 27, 2017
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