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Taegu (Korea)

LC control no.n 80057019
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Geographic headingTaegu (Korea)
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Geographic subdivision usageKorea (South)--Taegu
Variant(s)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)
Associated countryKorea (South)
Special noteOld catalog heading: Taegu, Korea
Non-Latin script references not evaluated.
Found inTaegu changgi chonghap kaebal ... 1981: t.p. (Taegu) colophon (Taegu Chikhalsi)
Sŏ, C.G. Ilsŏn minwŏn haengjŏng ... 1986: t.p. (Taegu Chilhalsi) p. 105 (Tae-Gu City)
Sinpʻyŏn Taegu Kwangyŏksi chŏndo, 1995.
GEOnet, July 31, 2003 (Taegu-gwangyŏksi; variant Taegu-si; ADM1, 35 48'N, 128 33'E)
GeoNames, algorithmically matched, 2009 (unknown; 35°52ʹ13ʺN 128°35ʹ28ʺE)
Keimyung University facts & figures, via Kyemyŏng Taehakkyo English language website, January 18, 2019 (Location: Daegu City, Republic of Korea)
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)
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))
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)
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)
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