Month: September 2016

örökíró

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örökíró
[ˈørøkiːroː] – ballpoint pen
[Literally::: forever-writing]
 
It’s a dialectical word for “golyóstoll”.It is mostly used in Felvidék (South Slovakia), Délvidék (North Croatia) and Vajdaság (North Serbia), so in the palóc and dél-dunántúli dialects.
 
örökké író [ˈørøkːeː iːroː] – eternally writing; forever writing
örökké [ˈørøkːeː] – eternally; ever; forever
örök [ˈørøk] – eternal; persistent
író [ˈiːroː]
1) (somebody/something that is) writing
2) writer (noun)
 
írni [ˈiːrni] – to write
ír [ˈiːr]
1) he/she/it is writing; he/she/it writes
2) Irish
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Töltött káposzta

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Töltött káposzta
 [ˈtøltøtː kaːpostɑ] – Hungarian stuffed cabbage

töltelék [ˈtøltɛleːk] – stuffing; filling
tölteni [ˈtøltɛni]
1) to fill; to stuff
2) to pour
[e.g.: Töltök egy pohár vizet. – I pour a glass of water.]
3) to charge
[e.g.: Mobiltelefon töltő. – Mobile phone charger.]
4) to pass; to spend
[e.g.: Mivel töltöd a napjaidat? – How do you pass your days?]

káposzta [ˈkaːpostɑ] – cabbage

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te / ti / Ön / Önök / maga / maguk

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te
– you (unisex informal singular – like tú in Spanish)
ti – you (unisex informal plural – like vosotros in Spanish)

Ön – you (unisex formal singular – like Usted in Spanish)
Önök – you (unisex formal plural – like Ustedes in Spanish)

maga – you (unisex formal singular)
maguk – you (unisex formal plural)

Maga and maguk are used to address an unknown or not respected person/people, or simply as a form of addressing, for example:
Maga ott, jöjjön ide! – Hey, you there, come here!
Már megint maga az?! – Is that you, again, what do you want?! (angry)
Maga kis szarkupac! – You little piece of shit! (angry & rude)

Csókoljon meg, maga nőcsábász! – Oh, kiss me, you womanizer!

kukac

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kukac
[ˈkukɑts] – worm; maggot
giliszta [ˈgilistɑ] – worm; earthworm (lives in the ground)
hernyó [ˈhɛrɲoː] – caterpillar; worm; grub
 
pondró [ˈpondroː] – worm (lives in plants, roots, bad/rotten food or dead body)
nyű [ˈɲyː] – worm; maggot (lives in bad/rotten plants, meat or food)
féreg [ˈfeːrɛɡ] – worm; maggot (lives in animals, people or plants, may be a parasite, predator or pest)