you (plural)


ti
 – you (unisex informal plural)
Önök – you (unisex formal plural)
maguk – you (unisex less formal pl, rather archaic)

titeket – you (unisex informal pl, accusative)
Önöket – you (unisex formal pl, accusative)
magukat – you (unisex formal pl, accusative)

ti nektek – to/for you (unisex informal pl, dative)
Önöknek – to/for you (unisex formal pl, dative)
maguknak – to/for you (unisex formal pl, dative)

ti veletek – with you (unisex informal pl, instrumental-comitative)
Önökkel – with you (unisex formal. pl, instrumental-comitative)
magukkal – with you (unisex formal. pl, instrumental-comitative)

ti értetek – for you (unisex informal pl, causal-final)
Önökért – for you (unisex formal pl, causal-final)
magukért – for you (unisex formal pl, causal-final)

titekké – (in)to you (unisex informal pl, translative)
Önökké – (in)to you (unisex formal pl, translative)
magukká – (in)to you (unisex formal pl, translative)

ti hozzátok(ig) – to/until you (unisex informal pl, terminative)
Önökig – to/until you (unisex formal pl, terminative)
magukig – to/until you (unisex formal pl, terminative)

titekként – as you (unisex informal pl, essive-formal)
Önökként – as you (unisex formal pl, essive-formal)
magukként – as you (unisex formal pl, essive-formal)

ti bennetek – in you (unisex informal pl, inessive)
Önökben – in you (unisex formal pl, inessive)
magukban – in you (unisex formal pl, inessive)

ti rajtatok – on you (unisex informal pl, superessive)
Önökön – on you (unisex formal pl, superessive)
magukon – on you (unisex formal pl, superessive)

ti nálatok – at you (unisex informal pl, adessive)
Önöknél – at you (unisex formal pl, adessive)
maguknál – at you (unisex formal pl, adessive)

te beléd – into you (unisex informal pl, illative)
Önökbe – into you (unisex formal pl, illative)
magukba – into you (unisex formal pl, illative)

ti rátok – onto you (unisex informal pl, sublative)
Önökre – onto you (unisex formal pl, sublative)
magukra – onto you (unisex formal pl, sublative)

ti hozzátok – (up) to you (unisex informal pl, allativ)
Önökhöz – (up) to you (unisex formal pl, allativ)
magukhoz – (up) to you (unisex formal pl, allativ)

ti tőletek – from you (unisex informal pl, ablative)
Önöktől – from you (unisex formal pl, ablative)
maguktól – from you (unisex formal pl, ablative)

ti belőletek – out of you (unisex informal pl, elative)
Önökből – out of you (unisex formal pl, elative)
magukból – out of you (unisex formal pl, elative)

ti rólatok – about/off you (unisex informal pl, delative)
Önökről – about/off you (unisex formal pl, delative)
magukról – about/off you (unisex formal pl, delative) 

tiétek – your; yours (unisex informal plural)
Önöké – your; yours (unisex formal plural)
maguké – your; yours (unisex less formal plural) 

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jólesik


Jólesik.
[ˈjoːlɛʃik] – It feels good.
Jól esik. [ˈjoːl ɛʃik] – It is raining hard.
[Literally::: well falling; fine falling]
 
jól [ˈjoːl] – well; fine; right; nicely
[ˈjoː] – good; well; all right
esik [ˈɛʃik] – it’s raining; it’s falling
eső [ˈɛʃøː] – rain; falling (adjective)

Boldog új évet!

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Boldog új évet!
– Happy New Year!
[You wish the person to have their whole new year happy.] 

Boldog újévet! – Happy New Year!
[You wish the person to have their first day of the new year happy. Sometimes also the last day of the old year.] 

BÚÉK, B.Ú.É.K.B. ú. é. k. [ˈbuːeːk] or Búék [ˈbuːeːk] is the abbreviation of the wish “Boldog új évet kívánok!” [ˈboldog uːj eːvɛt kiːvaːnok] or “Boldog új évet kívánunk!” [ˈboldog uːj eːvɛt kiːvaːnunk], which means “I/we wish you a happy new year!”. 🙂

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!

e

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e
[ˈɛ | e]

The 9th letter of the Hungarian alphabet. It’s not only a letter, but also a word, mainly used in poems. The short form of “eme” or “ez”. Means “this”. Six out of the 10 Hungarian dialects have two kinds of short e sounds in speech: ë [e] and e [ɛ].

For example:::
Tetszik nekem e lány. = Tetszik nekem eme lány. = Tetszik nekem ez a lány. – I find this girl attractive.
(The first two Hungarian sentences are rather poetic, than normal everyday language.)