OldBoring, how do you know út
When my middle school planned a trip to Budapest (which I didn't go... and I'm still angry after 13 years)
, we did some research about the city and I noticed every address was something-út
. Also once Levike nominated a song named 67-es Út
in the FSC, and when I looked for the translated lyrics, I remembered that út
Our middle school teacher also warned us that the dish called goulash
elsewhere in Europe is called differently in Hungarian, but she forgot how. So I imagined a completely different word...
I wonder how <ly> became <l> elsewhere in Europe. And while gulasch
is a German spelling, where does goulash
Damn Austrians! I know him as Franz Liszt...
Júj! Több nem is kell.
GT: "Ouch! More does not have to."
Michael wrote: Levike wrote:
ANNOUNCEMENT: It seems Hungarian is Unilang's new Catalan Finnish
(Not that I have a problem with it; I've been interested in all three languages before.)
Well... always Ugro-Finnic or Finno-Ugric (I always forget which word is used). Next will be Estonian?
But nah... Estonia doesn't exist.