Associations to the word «Hungarian»
HUNGARIAN, adjective. Of, from, or pertaining to present-day Hungary, the ethnic Hungarian people or the Hungarian language.
HUNGARIAN, adjective. Of, from, or pertaining to the Kingdom of Hungary, during the days of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, regardless of ethnicity.
HUNGARIAN, adjective. (computing) (programming) Of or relating to Hungarian notation.
HUNGARIAN, noun. A person from present-day Hungary or of ethnic Hungarian descent.
HUNGARIAN, noun. A person from the former Kingdom of Hungary, during the Austro-Hungarian Empire, regardless of that person's ethnicity.
HUNGARIAN, proper noun. The main language of Hungary.
HUNGARIAN, proper noun. (uncountable) (computing) (informal) Hungarian notation.
HUNGARIAN ALPHABET, proper noun. The 44-letter alphabet that is used to write the Hungarian language, adapted from the basic Latin alphabet and consisting of the following letters presented in upper case (majuscule) and lower case (minuscule) pairs:
HUNGARIAN CAMOMILE, noun. Alternative form of Hungarian chamomile
HUNGARIAN CHAMOMILE, noun. An annual plant, Matricaria recutita, of the Aster family, which is the type of camomile most used for tea.
HUNGARIAN HOUND, noun. A breed of hunting dog originating in Hungary.
HUNGARIAN HOUNDS, noun. Plural of Hungarian Hound
HUNGARIAN KUVASZ, noun. An alternate name for the Kuvasz dog breed.
HUNGARIAN KUVASZOK, noun. Plural of Hungarian Kuvasz
HUNGARIAN NOTATION, noun. (computing) (programming) A naming convention in which the name of a variable indicates its data type and intended use by including abbreviations as prefixes.
HUNGARIAN STUDIES, noun. (humanities) a field of study concerned with Hungarian language, literature, ethnology, culture, history or society
HUNGARIAN, noun. A native or inhabitant of Hungary.
HUNGARIAN, noun. The official language of Hungary (also spoken in Rumania); belongs to the Ugric family of languages.
HUNGARIAN, adjective. Relating to or characteristic of Hungary; "Hungarian folk music".
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