닦다 = to clean/wipe (surfaces), can be used for the floor, a table, a counter, your teeth, etc.
I'm actually genuinely curious because my son is learning to do bathroom stuff and he's learning Korean with me.
Yes 엉덩이를 닦아!
Is this a command?
A casual command.
What a weird sentence. I though maybe it was some weird insult because no one ever just says "wipe!"
It is casual imperative form.
닦아 = casual
닦으세요 = polite
닦아라 = formal low
닦으십시오 = formal high
You will if you have a child I imagine 8D
Something Orks would say.
Wipe like in a video game, or wipe like, "you dirty!"
Not a facial wipe, wipe as in ' wipe the tables '
How do you pronounce this? Is it like 'dak-ka' or 'dak-a'?
The former: 'dak-ka'. Final consonants split across syllable blocks. For example:
앉다 is pronounced 'anda' but its 해체-form 앉아 is pronounced as "anja"