"-인데" meaning in All languages combined

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Particle [Korean]

IPA: [inde̞] [SK-Standard, Seoul] Forms: -inde [romanization]
Etymology: From 있--는 데 (in-neun de, “the place where one is”), per the Dictionary of southern Gyeongsang varieties. Also listed to be used in the Gangwon dialect in 우리말샘. Head templates: {{ko-pos|particle}} -인데 • (-inde)
  1. (Gyeongsang, Gangwon, Hamgyong) to Tags: Gangwon, Gyeongsang, Hamgyong Synonyms: -에게, -한테, -께
    Sense id: en--인데-ko-particle-Zj6hv~~l Categories (other): Gangwon Korean, Gyeongsang Korean, Hamgyong Korean
  2. (Gyeongsang) from Tags: Gyeongsang Synonyms: -한테
    Sense id: en--인데-ko-particle-dYV6RYmZ Categories (other): Gyeongsang Korean, Korean entries with incorrect language header, Korean particles, Korean terms with redundant script codes, Korean terms with redundant transliterations Disambiguation of Korean entries with incorrect language header: 0 73 27 Disambiguation of Korean particles: 0 93 7 Disambiguation of Korean terms with redundant script codes: 0 94 6 Disambiguation of Korean terms with redundant transliterations: 0 95 5
The following are not (yet) sense-disambiguated
Etymology number: 1

Particle [Korean]

IPA: [inde̞] [SK-Standard, Seoul] Forms: -inde [romanization]
Etymology: See the main entry. Head templates: {{ko-pos|particle}} -인데 • (-inde)
  1. Used other than figuratively or idiomatically: see -이다 (-ida), -은데 (-eunde).
    Sense id: en--인데-ko-particle-YzX7evmv
The following are not (yet) sense-disambiguated
Etymology number: 2

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  "etymology_text": "From 있--는 데 (in-neun de, “the place where one is”), per the Dictionary of southern Gyeongsang varieties. Also listed to be used in the Gangwon dialect in 우리말샘.",
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          "english": "In a place called Changhyo in Hoeryong they cultivate garden cress so they send it to Kim Il Sung as a regional speciality.\nAlthough the speaker comes from coastal South Hamgyong Province, as she was married to a man from the Hoeryong area, and lived in the city for a long while, it is possible that certain features of her speech may not be reflective of the dialect in the place of her origin.",
          "ref": "2015 September 15, 김항나 [gimhangna], “북한학 전공 학생이 함경도 청년 집에서 같이 살아봤습니다. [bukhanhak jeon'gong haksaeng'i hamgyeongdo cheongnyeon jibeseo gachi sarabwatseumnida.]”, in KBS [KBS], 함경남도 북청군 [hamgyeongnamdo bukcheonggun]",
          "roman": "Hoeryeong changhyoran de-seo-neun yeongchae-reul gilleo geuraegaseo gimilseong'inde igeo ollyeo bonae teuksanmul-lo.",
          "text": "회령 창효란 데-서-는 영채-를 길러 그래가서 김일성인데 이거 올려 보내 특산물-로.",
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      "hangeul": "인데"
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          "ref": "2015 September 15, 김항나 [gimhangna], “북한학 전공 학생이 함경도 청년 집에서 같이 살아봤습니다. [bukhanhak jeon'gong haksaeng'i hamgyeongdo cheongnyeon jibeseo gachi sarabwatseumnida.]”, in KBS [KBS], 함경남도 북청군 [hamgyeongnamdo bukcheonggun]",
          "roman": "Hoeryeong changhyoran de-seo-neun yeongchae-reul gilleo geuraegaseo gimilseong'inde igeo ollyeo bonae teuksanmul-lo.",
          "text": "회령 창효란 데-서-는 영채-를 길러 그래가서 김일성인데 이거 올려 보내 특산물-로.",
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          "word": "-에게"
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          "word": "-께"
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