- 1A native or inhabitant of Hungary.More example sentences
- His passing will be mourned by the Greeks, Croats, Hungarians, Italians and any other ethnic group you can name.
- There are two opposing theories as to the origin of the Magyars, or native Hungarians.
- According to the national self-image, Hungarians are wine drinkers, but beer drinking is more common.
- 1.1A person of Hungarian descent.More example sentences
- Philanthropic activities among Hungarian Americans tend to be aimed at specific groups of Hungarians.
- Some Hungarians living in Los Angeles had to give it to me.
- 2An Ugric language, the official language of Hungary, spoken also in Romania. Also called Magyar.More example sentences
- Finnish is one of the most isolated languages of Europe, distantly related to Hungarian and Turkish but spoken by very few non-Finns.
- However, Dr Rogers will continue to maintain interest in the college and may write books in Hungarian.
- In 1920 Hungarian was spoken by three-quarters of the population, but by 1971 only one-quarter of the population could speak the language.
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- Relating to Hungary, its people, or their language.More example sentences
- The four main hurdles confronting an overseas investor in the Hungarian market are language, property law and title, bank funding and ongoing management of the property.
- The worm sends infected messages in Hungarian language.
- He is, however, a student of the Hungarian language.
from medieval Latin Hungarī + -an.
More definitions of HungarianDefinition of Hungarian in:
- The British & World English dictionary