Jae (Korean name)

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Jae
Hangul
Hanja
Revised Romanization Jae
McCune–Reischauer Chae

Jae is a single-syllable Korean given name, as well as element in two-syllable Korean given names. Its meaning differs based on the hanja chosen by the name-giver.

Hanja and meaning[edit]

As of December 2018[update], regulations of the Supreme Court of Korea permit the following 20 hanja with the reading Jae, plus seven variant forms, to be registered for use in given names.[1]

Eleven characters from the table of basic hanja for educational use:

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  1. (재주; jaeju jae): “talent”
  2. (재목; jaemok jae): “timber”
  3. (재물; jaemul jae): “wealth”
  4. (있을; isseul jae): “to exist”, “to be located at”
  5. (심을; simeul jae): “to plant”, “to cultivate”
    • (variant)
  6. (; du jae): “twice”, “again”
  7. (어조사; eojosa jae): emphasis particle in Classical Chinese grammar
  8. (재앙; jaeang jae): “disaster”
  9. (마를; mareul jae): “to cut”
  10. (실을 재; sireul jae): “to load”
  11. (재상; jaesang jae): “to rule”

Nine characters from the table of additional hanja for name use:

  1. (가래나무; garaenamu jae): “Juglans mandshurica” (tree)
  2. (; il jae): “matter”, “affair”
  3. (재계할 재; jaegyehal jae): “to fast”
    • Additional eumhun (; jip jae): “study room”, “studio”
    • (variant)[a]
  4. (물 이름 재; mul ireum jae): old name of the Dadu River in Sichuan
    • Additional eumhun (맑을; malgeul jae): “to be clear”
    • (variant)[a]
  5. (찌꺼기; jjiggeogi jae): “remnants”, “dregs”
  6. (가져올; gajyeoul jae): “to bring”
  7. (손바닥받을; sonbadage badeul jae): “to receive in one’s palm”
  8. (재물; jaemul jae): “wealth”
  9. (자식; jasik jae): “one’s own child”

People[edit]

People with the single-syllable given name Jae include:

  • Gil Jae (1353–1419), Goryeo and early Joseon Dynasty neo-Confucian scholar
  • Hur Jae (born 1965), South Korean basketball coach and former player

Korean people who have shortened their full names to Jae in English include:

  • Jae U. Jung (Jung Jae-ung; born 1960), South Korean biologist
  • Jae Chong (Chong Jae-yun; born 1972), American music producer
  • Jae Seo (Seo Jae-woong; born 1977), South Korean baseball player
  • Jae Yoo (Yoo Hyuk-jae; born 1989), South Korean model
  • Jaejae (Lee Eun-jae; born 1990), South Korean television personality
  • Jae Park (Park Jae-hyung; born 1992), American singer of Korean descent

As a name element[edit]

Names which begin with this syllable include:

Names which end with this syllable include:

Notes[edit]

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  1. ^ a b c d e f This is officially listed as a separate character in Schedule 1 of the regulations, rather than a variant form in Schedule 2 of the regulations.

References[edit]

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