What does nado mean in Korean


[this is how the word is pronounced]
(How to write the word in Hangul)

Aegyo [ägjo] - "cute display of affection, expressed through a cute voice, facial expressions and gestures." ~ Wikipedia

Aniyo (아니요) - No.

Annyeong (안녕) - bye (see Jalga)

Annyeonghaseyo - Hello (person to person)

aniyo, kwenchanayo [ah-ni-oh, kwaen-chan-nah-yo] (아니요, 괜잔 나요) - No, thank you (polite way of declining an offer)

Cheonmaneyo (전만 에요) - Please

Chulgu (줄구) - exit

Dowajuseyo (도와 주세요) - help

Eolmaimnikka? (... 얼마 임 니까?) - What does ...?

Eomma - mother (see Umma)

Gamsahamnida (감사함 니다) - Thank you (see Gomawo / Gomapseumnida)

Geonbae (건배) - cheers

Gomapseumnida (고 맘슴 니다) - Thank you

Gomawo [ghoh-mae-woa] (고마워) - the simplest and most informal way to say thank you. More polite: Gomawoyo

Hwaiting! - Fighting! (Word for support)

Hwajangsil (와장 실) - toilet

Ipgu (임구) - input

Jalga (잘가) - Bye

Jeoneun hangugoreul hal jul moreumnida. (저는 안 극어 를 알 줄모 릎 니다) - I don't speak Korean.

Jeo nine ... ragohamnida. (ㅈ 는 ... 라고 암 니다) - My name is ...

Jeosonghabnida - Sorry / I'm really sorry.

Kamsahaeyo [kahm-sah-hae-jo] (감사 애요) - to say thank you to younger people and friends

Mianhae (밍 나애) - Sorry

Nado (너) - Me too. / Me too.

Nado Saranghae (너 사랑 애) - I love you too.

Saranghae (사랑 애) - I love you.

Seonsaegnim (선생님) - teacher, word for a person to be honored

Sillyehamnida (실례 암 니다) - Sorry, I was rude.

Ttomannayo! (또만 나오!) - Goodbye!

Umma - mom

Ye (여 ㅣ) - Yes

Yeoboseyo - Hello (on the phone)

Further terms:

- Trainee: University graduate, versatile. No long-term intern, will be 'trained' to get started (in a company)

- KakaoTalk: instant messaging service for smartphones and tablets

- Omo: "Oh my. Often used by those who speak korean or wannabe koreans who watch Kdramas all day." ~ Urban Dictionary

- lel: "not an acronym to LOL, but means also LOL." ~ Urban Dictionary