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Vocabulary Lists Top 15 Favorite Words Chosen by Listeners on Facebook

Top 15 Favorite Words Chosen by Listeners on Facebook

A Facebook látogatók által kiválasztott 15 kedvenc szó
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Sorry.
Bocsánat.
Sorry.
happy
boldog (adj)
happy
boldog emberek csoportja
group of happy people
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beer
sör (n)
beer
father
apa (n)
father
Az unatkozó apa szeretne hazaindulni.
The bored father is ready to go home.
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Hello.
Szia!
Hello.
respect
tisztel (v)
respect
A kisfiú tiszteli nagyapját.
The boy respects his grandfather.
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love
szeret (v)
love
A férfi szerette a nőt.
The man loved the woman.
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Awesome!
Nagyszerű!
Awesome!
pub
söröző (n)
pub
kiss
csók (n)
kiss
Bye!
Csaó!
Bye!
Okay!
Oké.
Okay!
Thank you!
Köszönöm!
Thank you!
freedom
szabadság (n)
freedom
secret
titok (n)
secret
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Tuesday at 3:12 pm
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Hey listeners! What’s your favorite Hungarian word? Write it down here!

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Monday at 1:16 am
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Szia Lenke!

Ez így tényleg vicces! :)

Helyesen "háziorvos". 😉


Köszönjük a hozzászólást!


Zsuzsanna

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Lenke
Saturday at 2:17 pm
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Kedvenc magyar szavam a „házi cipő”. Anyanyelvem német, és a „hazi” úgy hangzik, mint „Hasi”, jelentése „nyúl” a gyermekek nyelvén. A „házi cipő” úgy hangzik, mint „nyuszi cipő”. Egyéb szavak kombinációit, például a „házi feladat”, a „házi munka” és a "háziorvos" is találom viccesnek. - Helyes: "házi orvos" és "háziorvos"?


Mein ungarisches Lieblingswort ist „házi cipő”. Meine Muttersprache ist Deutsch und „házi” klingt wie „Hasi”, also „Hase” in der Kindersprache. „Hausschuhe” hört sich an wie „Häschen Schuhe”. Auch andere Wortkombinationen wie „házi feladat", "házi munka” und „háziorvos” finde ich deswegen lustig. - Kann man "háziorvos" zusammen und auch getrennt schreiben?

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Wednesday at 10:09 pm
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Kedves Lenke!

Köszönjük a listát és a magyarázatokat!❤️️

Így tényleg könnyebb megjegyezni a szavakat. 👍


Zsuzsanna

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Lenke
Sunday at 3:05 am
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Jó napot, kedves HungarianPod101.com csapat!

Itt a listám. Ezeket a szavakat könnyű kitalálni:

10 Hungarian Easily Recognizable Words (for German-speaking People with a Little Bit of Imagination)

1. virsli = “sausage” (see the Bavarian “Würstl”)

2. muszáj = “must be” (see the German “muss sein”)

3. polgármester = “mayor” (see the German “Bürgermeister”)

4. petrezselyem = “parsley” (see the Latin “Petroselinum”, in German “Petersilie”)

5. bakfis = “teenage girl” (see the German “Backfisch”)

6. copf = “pigtail” (see the German “Zopf”)

7. zsemle = “bun, roll” (see the Bavarian “Semmel”)

8. spájz = “pantry, larder” (see the German “Speisekammer”)

9. radír(gumi) = “eraser” (see the German “Radiergummi”)

10. giccs = “kitsch” (see the German “Kitsch”)

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Thursday at 1:12 pm
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Hi Louis,


Thanks for sharing your thoughts with us! Let me know if you have any questions.


Cheers,


Khanh

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Louis
Tuesday at 5:10 am
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Ujj is probably one of my favorite words in Hungarian. Funny how "finger" and "new" sounds exactly the same when pronounced though.

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Saturday at 3:39 pm
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Szia Marina,


Thank you very much for your comment!


You are right, űrhajós is actually composed of űr which means space and hajós which means sailor! :sunglasses:


Please don't hesitate to send us more words that you like!


Good luck!

Dorottya

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Marina
Tuesday at 5:01 am
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űrhajós


I love how Hungarian words have such interesting meaningless when broken apart.

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Thursday at 9:51 pm
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Hi Eduard,


Thank you for pointing that out. We'll pay more attention to that particular phrasing problem.


Szia and sziasztok are absolutely fine in Hungary and are not considered slang. :smile:


Do you mean that these two greetings are not formal?

That is correct, both of these words are used when you're greeting people in their 20s-30s or when you already know them (you are on friendly terms with them). Formal and informal are quite complicated in Hungarian but the tendency has been formal losing ground to informal in the past few decades.


Nonetheless, we can assure you that Szia! to a friend is absolutely fine and it has nothing to do with classes. Much like saying "hi" is a better choice than "Good afternoon" when you're meeting a friend.


Thank you for your comments! If you have any questions regarding the use of formal and informal Hungarian, please let me know.


Sincerely,


Csaba

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Thursday at 2:24 pm
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Hi Eva!


Thank you for posting! I am glad you enjoyed it! :innocent:


Engla

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