How to say duck in Korean: Ori

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How to say duck in Korean: Ori

Learning Korean for travel or study? Let’s try this term:

To say duck in Korean: Ori
Say it out loud: “Oh Ri

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Some more helpful words in our Korean Meats category:

beef – Sogogi  (So Go Gi)
chicken – Talk  (Dak)
duck – Ori  (Oh Ri)
goat – Yeomso  (Yum So)
ham – Haem  (Ham)
lamb – Yanggogi  (Yang Go Gi)
pork – Dwaejigogi  (Doae Ji Go Gi)
rabbit – Tokki  (To Kki)
steak – Seuteikeu  (Steak)
veal – Songaji Gogi  (Song Ah Jee Go Gi)
venison – Saseumgogi  (Sa Sum Go Gi)

And here’s how to say duck in other languages!

Arabic–But  (but)
Chinese–Yā Ròu  (Ya Row)
Croatian–pačetina  (pah chay tee nuh)
Czech–kachna  (kahk nah)
Finnish–ankka  (unck kah)
French–canard  (can ahr)
German–ente  (in tuh)
Italian–anatra  (uh nah truh)
Japanese–Kamo  (Kah Moh)
Korean–Ori  (Oh Ri)
Polish–kaczka  (kach' ka)
Portuguese–Carne De Pato  (kah nee jee pah too)
Russian–utka  (oo tkah)
Spanish–pato  (pah toe)
Swahili–bata  (bah tah)
Thai–Pet  (bet)
Turkish–ördek  (ur' dek)
Vietnamese–Vịt  (Veet)

Native travel destinations have have an assortment of foods and cooking methods, when in their hotels try and sample as much as you can and one thing to look out for is "duck" (Ori). You may ask the waiter "how do you serve your "duck" (Ori)?" Get instant access to the Korean Language Set.

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Jung-Eun Park
Biography: Jung-Eun was born and raised in Seoul, Korea. She has a Master's degree in Translation and Localization Management and is currently working as a project manager at a translation company.
Born: Seoul, Korea
Location: Seoul, Korea

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