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I've been discussing this topic with a friend of mine. Most of them in my native language (Italian) end with olo, for instance Sleepy becomes Pisolo, Grumpy becomes Brontolo and so on, kind of like most of them end up with y in English, to convey a sense of smallness and/or helplessness.

So I was wondering, what would its Korean equivalent be, applied to the specific case in which he worked as a programmer. Bonus if you can also provide a ninth (female) dwarf who works as a shop assistant.

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  • what is your level of Korean and what have you tried to find the answer to this?
    – user17915
    Commented Sep 5, 2023 at 15:16

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