Ssaurabi (싸울아비) is a Modern Korean compound which literally means `a father who fights`. It is not clear when this term was coined. Its earliest known usage is of 1983: Kim Yong Woon, who specialized in mathematical history, said in his book titled Kankokujin to Nihonjin (Koreans and Japanese): It is said, `Saul` to fight in Korean, an...
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