[ˈtɛriːtøː] – tablecloth; cloth; pone
térítő [ˈteːriːtøː]
1) tropic
2) missionary, proselytizer
hittérítő [ˈhitːeːriːtøː] – missionary; converter
[Literally::: belief-spreadder]
teríteni [ˈtɛriːtɛni]
1) to lay the table; to set (to arrange the table with dishes and cutlery)
2) to hand out
téríteni [ˈteːriːtɛni]
1) to convert (to another faith)
2) to turn; to direct (to a place)
Baktérítő [ˈbɑkteːriːtøː] – Tropic of Capricorn
Ráktérítő [ˈraːkteːriːtøː] – Tropic of Cancer


 [ˈhɛtvɛnkɛtːøː] – seventy-two
hetvenkedő [ˈhɛtvɛnkedøː] – braggart; blowhard; swashbuckler

hetvenkedni [ˈhɛtvɛnkedni] – to ruffle; to bluster; to roister
hetven [ˈhɛtvɛn] – seventy
kettő [ˈkɛtːøː] – (number) two
két [ˈkeːt] – two (used before nouns and as part of numbers and phrases) 


There are 44 letters in the Hungarian alphabet, 14 of which are the vowels: a, á, e, é, i, í, o, ó, ö, ő, u, ú, ü, ű.
It is really important to write and pronounce the correct vowels in a word, and do not mix them up or write only the basic letter without the accent (a e i o u). Because in that case you’ll end up creating weird, funny and stupid sentences.
török [ˈtørøk] – Turkish
torok [ˈtorok] – throat
ebéd [ˈɛbeːd] – lunch
ebed [ˈɛbed] – your dog
eb [ˈɛb] – dog
bőr [ˈbøːr] – skin
bor [ˈbor] – wine
cipó [ˈtsipoː] – loaf; very little round bread
cipő [ˈtsipøː] – shoe

hétfő vs. hét fő

hét fő
– seven people; seven persons
[Literally::: seven heads]

hétfő [ˈheːtføː] – Monday
[Literally::: the head of the week]


1) seven (number)
2) week

a hét fője – the head of the week [archaic]
a hét feje
– the head of the week
– head

1) person; capita (counter for people)
[e.g: Egy főre eső/jutó bruttó hazai termék – GDP per capita]
2) main; most important; head (leader of an organisation)
[e.g: kormányfő – head of government]
3) head (foremost part)
[e.g: asztalfő – head of table]
[e.g: hétfő – Monday (first day of the week)]
[e.g: hídfő – bridge end (end, or the beginning – depends on the point of view 🙂 –– Literally::: the head of the bridge]

Eléggé elégette-e?

Eléggé elégedett-e? [ˈɛleːɡːeː ˈɛleːɡedetː e] – (Whether) Is he/she/are you (sir/miss) satisfied/pleased enough?
Eléggé elégedett? [ˈɛleːɡːeː ˈɛleːɡedetː] – Is he/she/are you (sir/miss) satisfied/pleased enough?
Eléggé elégette-e? [ˈɛleːɡːeː ˈɛleːɡɛtːe e] – (Whether) Has he/she (completely) burnt it sufficiently?
Eléggé elégette. [ˈɛleːɡːeː ˈɛleːɡɛtːe] – He/she has (completely) burnt it sufficiently.
Eléggé elégett-e? [ˈɛleːɡːeː ˈɛleːɡetː e] – Has it been (completely) burnt sufficiently?
Eléggé elégett. [ˈɛleːɡːeː ˈɛleːɡetː] – It has been (completely) burnt sufficiently.
Eléggé eléget. [ˈɛleːɡːeː ˈɛleːɡɛt] – He/she is (completely) burning you sufficiently.
Eléggé eléget (valamit). [ˈɛleːɡːeː ˈɛleːɡɛt] – He/she is (completely) burning something sufficiently.
Eléggé elég-e? [ˈɛleːɡːeː ˈɛleːɡ e] – (Whether) Is it going to (completely) burn sufficiently?
Eléggé elég. [ˈɛleːɡːeː ˈɛleːɡ] – It is going to (completely) burn sufficiently.
Eléggé elég. [ˈɛleːɡːeː ˈɛleːɡ] – It is being (completely) burnt sufficiently. [also as “Eléggé elégőben van.”]
Eléggé elég. [ˈɛleːɡːeː ˈɛleːɡ] – It is sufficiently enough.
Eléggé égett. [ˈɛleːɡːeː ˈeːɡetː] – It is burnt a lot.
Eléggé éget. [ˈɛleːɡːeː ˈeːɡɛt] – It is burning me a lot.
Eléggé ég-e? [ˈɛleːɡːeː ˈeːɡ e] – Is it burning sufficiently?
Eléggé ég. [ˈɛleːɡːeː ˈeːɡ] – It is burning sufficiently.
Eléggé. [ˈɛleːɡːeː] – Sufficiently. | Quite. | Pretty much. | Very. | A lot.
Elég. [ˈɛleːɡ] – Sufficient. | Enough.
Elég. [ˈɛleːɡ] – It is being (completely) burnt. [also as “Elégőben van.”]
Elég. [ˈɛleːɡ] – It will burn (completely).
Elég-e? [ˈɛleːɡ e] – Will it burn (completely)?
Elég-e? [ˈɛleːɡ e] – Is it enough?
Ég-e? [ˈeːɡ e] – Is it burning?
Ég. [ˈeːɡ] – It is burning.
Ég. [ˈeːɡ] – Sky.
Éget. [ˈeːɡɛt] – He/she is burning something.
Éget. [ˈeːɡɛt] – It is burning me.
Éget-e? [ˈeːɡɛt e] – Is it burning you?
Éget-e? [ˈeːɡɛt e] – Is he/she burning something?
Égett. [ˈeːɡetː] – It is burnt. | It was burning.
Égett-e? [ˈeːɡetː e] – (Whether) Is it burnt?
Égett-e? [ˈeːɡetː e] – (Whether) Was it burning?

égni [ˈeːɡni] – to burn