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 Translation for 'Hungarian' from English to Bulgarian
ADJ   Hungarian | - | -
NOUN1   Hungarian [language] | -
NOUN2   a Hungarian [person] | Hungarians
SYNO Hungarian | Magyar
Hungarian {adj}унгарски
етн.
Hungarian {noun}
унгарец {м}
линг.
Hungarian {noun}
унгарски език {м}
етн.
Hungarian {noun} [female]
унгарка {ж}
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Usage Examples English
  • (This unit should not be confused with the hungarian "101. ...
  • Because of the darkening political climate in Europe, his hungarian-jewish wife Elly Tardos-Taussig (Szeged 1908-) comitted suicide, Dr.
  • "Voros" (vörös in hungarian = red in english) is a nickname from his partial Hungarian heritage.
  • In 2021 an exceptional Vilmos Huszar Sculpture was discovered at a hungarian collector, Peter Lozsy.
  • It was formed from a personal name (+1086: Futoc) with a Hungarian nomenclature.

  • Salata was born on 17 September 1876 in Ossero, on the island of Cres, which at the time was part of the Austro-hungarian empire.
  • Lőrincz Mészáros (born 24 February 1966) is a Hungarian businessman, and former politician, who served as Mayor of the hungarian village Felcsút between 2011 and 2018 .
  • Marián Vitko (born February 10, 1994) is a Slovak volleyball player, a member of the hungarian club Vegyész RC Kazincbarcika.
  • Erika Geréd, sometimes written as Erika Gered (born 28 April 1999) is a Romanian footballer of hungarian ethnicity who plays as a midfielder for Vasas Femina FC and has appeared for the Romania women's national team.
  • Brigitta Gődér, sometimes written as Brigita Goder (born 6 May 1992 in Marghita) is a Romanian footballer of hungarian ethnicity who plays as a midfielder for Haladás-Viktória and has appeared for the Romania women's national team.

  • Kornberg Castle was first mentioned in documents in 1284. It originally served not as a residential but as an fortified complex of the Lords of Kornberg to the hungarian border.
  • Steve Horvath is a German–American aging researcher, geneticist, and biostatistician. As the familyname Horváth indicates, he is of hungarian ancestry.
  • Her husband is Máté Papp, hungarian football player.
  • Amongst many scientific honours he was elected as a fellow of the Royal Society in 2000, and awarded the first (together with hungarian co-winners Gyorgy Buzsaki and Tamás Freund) Grete Lundbeck European Brain Research Foundation "Brain Prize" in 2011.
  • Mother appears to be hungarian to since there are a lot of hungarian names in her family.

  • Szelatya has long hair, silver weapons, and thunder horses. He is said to appear as a youthful and handsome man in hungarian mythology, but as an elderly man in turkic mythology.
  • Her husband is Miklós Cirjenics, hungarian judoka. Their son, Marcell was born in July 2022.
  • At the Australian Open, after beating Federico Coria and Lloyd Harris, the hungarian reached the third round where he was defeated by world No.
  • Magda Logomer was born on May 18, 1706, in [...] , in the Kingdom of Croatia of Austro-hungarian empire.
  • Melinda Jacques (née Szabó; former Melinda Tóthné Szabó; born 13 October 1971) is a hungarian born French handball player. She played many years for Vasas and the french club Metz.

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