Lot of words for one thing #24

daily_magyar_2016_05_06
halott – he/she is dead
holt – he/she is dead
elhunyt – he/she is dead

döglött – it is dead (animal)
kimúlt – it is dead; it died (animal)
elpuszult – it is dead; it died (animal or plant)

elment – he/she died
[Literally::: he/she is gone]

eltávozott – he/she died
[Literally::: he/she has left]

elhunyt – he/she died
meghalt – he/she died
megmurdelt – he/she died (slang – rude)
kipurcant – he/she died (slang – rude)
kinyiffant – he/she died (slang – rude)
kinyúlt – he/she died (slang – rude)
kinyúvadt – he/she died (slang – rude)

kifingott – he/she died (slang – rude)
[Literally::: he/she farted out]

megboldogult – he/she died (slang)
[Literally::: he/she became blessed/blissful]

megdicsőült – he/she died (slang)
[Literally::: he/she has transfigurated; became glorious]

beadta a kulcsot – he/she died (slang)
[Literally::: he/she gave in the key]

elszakadt élete fonala – he/she died (poetical)
[Literally::: his/her life’s thread has been torn away]

kilehelte a lelkét – he/she died (poetical)
[Literally::: he/she has breathed his/her soul out]

csókot váltott a halállal – he/she died (poetical)
[Literally::: he/she has shared a kiss with Death]

visszaadta a lelkét a teremtőnek – he/she died (poetical)
[Literally::: he/she gave back his soul to the creator]

életét vesztette – he/she died (poetical)
[Literally::: he/she has lost his/her life]

eltávozott az örök vadászmezőkre – he/she/it died (poetical)
[Literally::: he/she went to the eternal hunting fields]

fűbe harapott – he/she/it died (slang)
[Literally::: he/she/it bit into grass]

már alulról szagolja az ibolyát – he/she died (slang)
[Literally::: he/she is now smelling the violet from beneath/under]

földobta a talpát – he/she died (slang)
[Literally::: he/she has thrown up his/her sole]

földobta a bakancsát – he/she died (slang)
[Literally::: he/she has thrown up his/her brogue/boot]

otthagyta a fogát – he/she died (slang)
[Literally::: he/she has left his/her tooth there]

föld alá került – he/she died (slang)
[Literally::: he/she has got under the ground]

kiszállt belőle az élet – he/she died (poetical)
[Literally::: the life has flown away from him/her]

elszállt a lelke – he/she died
[Literally::: his/her soul has flown away]

meglelte halálát – he/she died (poetical)
[Literally::: he/she has found his/her death]

magához szólította az úr – he/she died (poetical)
[Literally::: the lord has called him/her to himself]

befejezte földi pályafutását – he/she died (slang)
[Literally::: he/she has finished his/her career on Earth]

elvitte a kaszás – he/she died (slang)
[Literally::: the Reaper has taken him/her away]

itthagyta az árnyékvilágot – he/she died
[Literally::: he/she has left (this) shadow world]

elköltözött a másvilágra – he/she/it died (slang)
[Literally::: he/she moved to the other world]

örök nyugovóra tért – he/she died (poetical)
[Literally::: he/she retired to bed for ever]

örök álomba merült – he/she/it died (poetical)
[Literally::: he/she/it went to sleep the eternal slumber]

örök álomra szenderült – he/she/it died (poetical)
[Literally::: he/she/it went to sleep the eternal slumber]

örök álomra hajtotta fejét – he/she died (poetical)
[Literally::: he/she layed his/her head down for the eternal slumber]

jobblétre szenderült – he/she/it died (poetical)
[Literally::: he/she/it went to sleep for a better being]

elpatkolt – he/she/it died (slang)
[Literally::: he/she/it shod away]

elhúzták az utolsó nótáját – he/she died (slang)
[Literally::: they have played his/her last song]

odaveszett – he/she died
[Literally::: he/she has vanished]

szörnyethalt – he/she died
[Literally::: he/she has died in a monsterous way]
..when someone dies in a brutal way in a traffic accident for example

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