||Hungarian Club in Dallas, Texas? (mind)
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||kERESEM A BARATNOMET (mind)
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||Re: Justice for Murdered Roma?????? (mind)
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||Re: Minorities here and there (was...Tornedal-FAQ) (mind)
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||Re: History of the Vlachs (mind)
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|+ - ||Hungarian Club in Dallas, Texas? (mind)
I live in Dallas, Texas and would like to know if there is one here to
|+ - ||kERESEM A BARATNOMET (mind)
Ki tudna engemet segiteni,hogy megtalaljam egy 53 evel ezelotti
Budapesti baratnomet.Lanykori neve Gejer Gertrud ( Gerti ) korulbeluli
szuletesi eve 1927. Lakot az akkori Lipotvarosban a Visegradi utca
egyik keresztutcajaban. Edesapjat Dr.Gejer ugyved volt,kishugat
Anninak hivtak.Az en lanykori nevem Roszler Vera es laktam 1941-ben a
Varman utca 6-8 szam alatt.Mostani cimem Stockholm.
Amenyiben valaki tud segiteni nekem,irjon a ferjem e-mailra.Koszonom
|+ - ||Re: Justice for Murdered Roma?????? (mind)
how about moving all those Roma (gypsies) to your hometown in
U.S.? Perhaps you may leave your doors leave unlocked after
that. Before you go to sleep give to your new Roma neighbours
axe, so they can cut wood and give them sharp razor too so they
can shave. And go sleep feeling safe. Hopefully you will not
wake up next morning so there will be one naive person less.
|+ - ||Re: Minorities here and there (was...Tornedal-FAQ) (mind)
Since when Slovakin Komarno is spelled Komarom? And about
poverty: Hungarian Tourists we (in Slovakia) could recognize
because they were wearing Gym excecise clothes and after the
war there was a starvation in Hungary . My grand ma used to
send food to her family to Hungary so they would not starve to
death. Madars, wake up. Austrohungary is OVER. There is nothing
you can do about it.
Do not complain about discrimination, because we can go back in
time and we can see who is/was rasist. Mongolian Magyars
(now called Hungarians) Did not allow speak Slovak in Slovakia.
Madar butta, hlava duta .
|+ - ||Re: History of the Vlachs (mind)
On Tue, 11 Feb 1997 07:36:15 -0800, Me > wrote:
>Sorry to say , but The Song of the Nibelungs hs been written in German,
>not in Hungarian.
Who said otherwise? Do you have a reading comprehension problem?
I was asking you if the song also mentioned where those Walachians were
from? I did that because most of your effort seems to be here to prove
the Daco-Roman Continuity theory.
>The H ungarian language has added indeed the O before L (they are saying
>Olah, but in all the cermanic texts the Wallch form is used(not Vlach)
Then why did you write this:
>And this is maybe one of the most important proofs the formation of the
>generic word Wallachian (not Vlachian!): the intercallation of "a"
>between two consonants was the specific way the Hungarian language has
>processed foreign words, well known and well documented by Hungarian
>As for the latin - the Romanian word Fiu, (filius) you can indeed think
>that the Hungarian population came to Europe from a Latin - speaking
>Area in Asia. You can, but it is absurd.
Again ... who said what you are claiming? Here is what I wrote:
>I am also quite confident that the Hungarian word for "son"
>only coincidently is similar to the Latin "filius" because I can't
>imagine how "fiu" could derive from it. Besides, words such as that tend
>to be very ancient in every language and belong to its core. I doubt
>Hungarians didn't have a name for such a basic concept before they met
>some Latin people.
Then you continuing with your total misreading of my post:
>So the Hungarians have taught the local population in Transylvania,
>whatever their origin, Latin? This is what you are saying?
I said or implied nothing of the sort. Read again what I wrote.
>I will repeat: Hungarians have a non-indo-European language.
Not that anybody doubted it ...
>The word FIU comes from Latin,(FILIUS)n and it is specific only for the
>Romanian language. Not for the medieval Latin, Not for French, Not for
The Hungarian word for daughter is "lany". Does that come from Latin,
too? If the "fiu" does, why not the "lany"? As I said, I don't think
the Hungarian word fiu's etymology has anything to do with the Latin
"filius". The similarity is only superficial.
>Does it make any sense to you to say that a latin-speaking population
>neede to be teached Latin by migrants who happen to speak a non-Latin,
>even non indo-European language?
Sounds like circular reasoning to me.
You already make the assumption about the Daco-Roman Continuity as a
fact instead of just a theory and thus also assume that where there are
any words similar in Hungarian and Romanian, the borrowing was from
Romanian. Do you also mean that the Hungarian word "Erdely" was
borrowed from the Romanian word "Ardeal" then?
|+ - ||Re: Ilyen Magyarokkal(?) sohase talalkoztam (mind)
AND Books > wrote in article
> nem szemtelensegbol valaszolok, de zavar egy kicsit a te onteltseged!
> > Istvan Lippai ) wrote:
> : Ezt a levelet csak a Magyar honfitarsaimanak irom.
>tanultabak? mint te?
>ja... most doktoratusod van Chaucerian vers analitikaban!
ja ...es gondolod hogy Istvan tudja, hogy ki volt Chaucer bacsi?
> : Szeretettel: Istvan
> EZ! leg jobb resz nyiladkozasodban! ebben lehet megkezdenni a megertest!
> janos :|