[KS] James Scarth Gale & Days of the Week

DeberniereTorrey djtorrey at yahoo.com
Tue Jun 14 07:44:05 EDT 2005

> Christians today, in the 
> >outlying country districts, say ye-pai-il,
> ye-pai-i, ye-pai-sam, just as 
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This sounds like the Korean version of what's still
used in Taiwan today: Libai Ri, Libai Yi, Libai Er,
Libai San, etc. (Sun, Mon, Tues, Wed, etc.). If this
is the case, "ye-pai" would be "ye-bae (¿¹¹è)",
meaning "worship".

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