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The purpose of this article is to examine the type and characteristic of negations shown in Eonhae Duchangjibyo, a text in the early of the 17th century in order to systemize the type of negations of the 17th century and modern Korean language. In this text, the short forms of 'ani' negations are shown as 'ani stem', 'Chinese characters etymon/pure Korean etymon ani h (힝)', 'Chinese etymon ani h +ge h ', 'stem+eo ani', 'noun+auxiliary ani h ', 'noun+auxiliary adverb ani h ', and 'noun+auxiliary ani h +ge h ', and the long forms of 'ani' negations, as 'stem+di anih /anih/ani', 'stem+do anih ', 'stem+deun anih ', 'stem+di+gos (곳) anih ', 'Chinese characters etymon/pure Korean etymon+di /ti anih /anih/ani', 'Chinese characters etymon+lob(롭)+di anih /ani', and 'Chinese characters etymon+to stem+do anih'. Especially, 'stem+deun anih ' is the negative form not shown in the literatures of the 15th and 16th centuries. The representative form of 'ani' negations is 'stem+di anih '. The short forms of 'mod' negations are shown as 'mod stem', 'Chinese characters etymon/pure Korean etymon mod h ', and 'noun+auxiliary mod h '. The long forms of 'mod' negations are shown as 'stem+di mod h ', 'stem+di modh +ge h ', and 'Chinese characters etymon+di/ti modh '. The representative form of 'mod' negations is 'stem+di modh '. The 'ani'negations are shown in three kinds of form according to suffix next to 'anih ': keeping of 'h ', alternation into 'h', and apocope of 'h '. The alternation into 'h' and apocope of 'h ' are shown more than the keeping of 'h '. The 'mod' negations are shown in only 'modh ' keeping 'h ' no matter which suffixes appear next to 'modh '.This is the most different point between 'ani' negations and 'mod' nega- tions and not appeared in the literatures of the 15th and 16th centuries.