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Taegu (Korea)


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    • Daegu (Korea)
    • Taikyū (Korea)
    • Taikū (Korea)
    • Taegu Chikhalsi (Korea)
    • Taegu Chikhwalsi (Korea)
    • Tae-Gu City (Korea)
    • Taegu Kwangyŏksi (Korea)
    • Taegu-si (Korea)
    • Taegu-gwangyŏksi (Korea)
    • Daegu City (Korea)
    • 대구 (Korea)
    • Daikyū (Korea)
    • Taikandō (Korea)
    • Daegu-gwangyeoksi (Korea)
    • 대구광역시 (Korea)
    • 大邱 (Korea)
    • 大邱廣域市 (Korea)
    • Jōhoku-men (Korea)
    • Jujō-men (Korea)
    • Sŏngbung-myŏn (Korea)
    • Susŏng-myŏn (Korea)
    • Taegu-bu (Korea)
    • Taegu-jikʼalsi (Korea)
    • Taegu-jikhalsi (Korea)
    • Taikyū-fu (Korea)
    • Talsŏ-myŏn (Korea)
    • Tatsusei-men (Korea)
    • Daegu Metropolitan City (Korea)
    • Tai-Kou (Korea)
    • 대구시 (Korea)
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        (aat) Provinces
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) Korea (South)
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  • Sources

    • found: Taegu changgi chonghap kaebal ... 1981:t.p. (Taegu) colophon (Taegu Chikhalsi)
    • found: Sŏ, C.G. Ilsŏn minwŏn haengjŏng ... 1986:t.p. (Taegu Chilhalsi) p. 105 (Tae-Gu City)
    • found: Sinpʻyŏn Taegu Kwangyŏksi chŏndo, 1995.
    • found: GEOnet, July 31, 2003(Taegu-gwangyŏksi; variant Taegu-si; ADM1, 35 48'N, 128 33'E)
    • found: GeoNames, algorithmically matched, 2009(unknown; 35°52ʹ13ʺN 128°35ʹ28ʺE)
    • found: Keimyung University facts & figures, via Kyemyŏng Taehakkyo English language website, January 18, 2019(Location: Daegu City, Republic of Korea) - http://www.kmu.ac.kr/english/page.jsp?mnu_uid=545&
    • found: Britannica online, January 18, 2019(Taegu, also spelled Daegu, metropolitan city, southeastern South Korea. Taegu is one of South Korea's largest urban areas and has the status of a metropolitan city under the direct control of the central government, with administrative status equal to that of a province)
    • found: GEOnet, January 18, 2019(Daegu (approved); variants: 대구 = Taegu, Daikyū, Taegu, Taikandō, Taiku, Taikyū; seat of a first-order administrative division, South Korea, ADM1: Daegu, 35°52ʹ13ʺN, 128°35ʹ28ʺE (35.870278, 128.591111); also separate entry for: Daegu (approved); Daegu-gwangyeoksi [in roman] (approved); variants: 대구 = Taegu; 대구광역시 = Taegu Kwangyŏksi; 大邱 = Taegu; 大邱廣域市 = Taegu Kwangyŏksi; Jōhoku-men; Jujō-men; Sŏngbung-myŏn; Susŏng-myŏn; Taegu; Taegu-bu; Taegu-chikhalsi; Taegu-gwangyŏksi; Taegu-jikʼalsi; Taegu-jikhalsi; Taegu-si; Taikyū-fu; Talsŏ-myŏn; Tatsusei-men; first-order administrative division, South Korea, 35°48ʹ00ʺN, 128°33ʹ00ʺE (35.8, 128.55))
    • found: Getty thesaurus of geographic names online, January 18, 2019(Daegu (special city). Administrative "metropolitan city," with status of a first level subdivision. Other names [in roman]: Daegu-gwangyeoksi, Taegu, Taegu-si, Taegu-gwangyŏksi, 대구 = Taegu, 대구광역시 = Taegu Kwangyŏksi; 35 48 00 N 128 33 00 E; 35.8000 128.5500)
    • found: Wikipedia, January 18, 2019(Daegu (Korean: 대구 = Taegu, 大邱 = Taegu, literally 'large hill'); formerly spelled Taegu (this romanization of the city's name is in McCune-Reischauer. It was used prior to the official adoption of the Revised Romanization by the South Korean Government in 2000); officially known as the Daegu Metropolitan City; city in South Korea; in the 19th century, Daegu was also known in English sources as Tai-Kou; 대구시 = Taegu-si; 대구광역시 = Taegu Kwangyŏksi; 大邱廣域市 = Taegu Kwangyŏksi; 35°52ʹN 128°36ʹE)
  • Editorial Notes

    • [Old catalog heading: Taegu, Korea]
    • [Non-Latin script references not evaluated.]
  • Change Notes

    • 1980-11-05: new
    • 2020-03-26: revised
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