Übersetzung für 'ungarer' im kostenlosen Dänisch-Deutsch Wörterbuch von LANGENSCHEIDT – mit Beispielen, Synonymen und Aussprache. Inspektør Messic, jeg er russer, du er ungarer. Inspektor Messic. Ich bin Russe, Sie sind Ungar. @GlosbeMT_RnD. Einer ihrer großen Dichter, Dániel Berzsenyi, stellte bereits während der Napoleonischen Kriege die Frage: "Was ist der Ungar heute?", und er.
Dänisch-Deutsch Übersetzung für "ungarer"Die Bezeichnung Ungar kann sich auch allgemein auf die Bürger des Staates Ungarn, bzw. in Geschichtstexten auf die Bewohner des historischen Königreichs. Ungar. Bedeutungen:  Staatsbürger von Ungarn:  Angehöriger des Volks der Ungarn oder Magyaren:  Einwohner des historischen Königreichs Ungarn. Ungar steht für: einen Angehörigen des Volks der Magyaren; einen Staatsbürger der Republik Ungarn. Ungar bzw. Ungár ist der Familienname folgender.
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There were also changes in the system of vowel harmony. At one time, Hungarian used six verb tenses , while today only two or three are used.
By the 17th century, the language already closely resembled its present-day form, although two of the past tenses remained in use. German, Italian and French loans also began to appear.
Further Turkish words were borrowed during the period of Ottoman rule to This movement produced more than ten thousand words, most of which are used actively today.
The 19th and 20th centuries saw further standardization of the language, and differences between mutually comprehensible dialects gradually diminished.
In , Hungary signed the Treaty of Trianon , losing 71 percent of its territory and one-third of the ethnic Hungarian population along with it.
Today the language holds official status nationally in Hungary and regionally in Romania , Slovakia , Serbia , Austria and Slovenia.
Hungarian has about 13 million    native speakers, of whom more than 9. According to the Hungarian census, 9,, people Of these, the largest group lives in Transylvania , the western half of present-day Romania , where there are approximately 1.
There are large Hungarian communities also in Slovakia , Serbia and Ukraine , and Hungarians can also be found in Austria , Croatia , and Slovenia , as well as about a million additional people scattered in other parts of the world.
For example, there are more than one hundred thousand Hungarian speakers in the Hungarian American community and 1.
Hungarian is the official language of Hungary, and thus an official language of the European Union. Hungarian is officially recognized as a minority or regional language in Austria , Croatia , Romania , Zakarpattia in Ukraine , and Slovakia.
These dialects are, for the most part, mutually intelligible. Hungarian has 14 vowel phonemes and 25 consonant phonemes.
Most of the pairs have an almost similar pronunciation and vary significantly only in their duration. Consonant length is also distinctive in Hungarian.
Most consonant phonemes can occur as geminates. A single 'r' is pronounced as an alveolar tap akkora 'of that size' , but a double 'r' is pronounced as an alveolar trill akkorra 'by that time' , like in Spanish.
Primary stress is always on the first syllable of a word, as in Finnish and the neighbouring Slovak and Czech. Elongated vowels in non-initial syllables may seem to be stressed to an English-speaker [ citation needed ] , as length and stress correlate in English.
Hungarian is an agglutinative language. It uses various affixes , mainly suffixes but also some prefixes and a circumfix , to change a word's meaning and its grammatical function.
Hungarian uses vowel harmony to attach suffixes to words. That means that most suffixes have two or three different forms, and the choice between them depends on the vowels of the head word.
There are some minor and unpredictable exceptions to the rule. Nouns have 18 cases ,  which are formed regularly with suffixes.
Unlike English, Hungarian uses case suffixes and nearly always postpositions instead of prepositions. There are two types of articles in Hungarian, definite and indefinite, which roughly correspond to the equivalents in English.
Adjectives precede nouns a piros alma 'the red apple' and have three degrees: positive piros 'red' , comparative pirosabb 'redder' and superlative a legpirosabb 'the reddest'.
The neutral word order is subject—verb—object SVO. However, Hungarian is a topic-prominent language , and so has a word order that depends not only on syntax but also on the topic—comment structure of the sentence for example, what aspect is assumed to be known and what is emphasized.
A Hungarian sentence generally has the following order: topic, comment or focus , verb and the rest. The topic shows that the proposition is only for that particular thing or aspect, and it implies that the proposition is not true for some others.
Literally 'The apple John sees. The topic part may be empty. The focus shows the new information for the listeners that may not have been known or that their knowledge must be corrected.
Literally, 'It is I who am your father'. Although Hungarian is sometimes described as having free word order, different word orders are generally not interchangeable, and the neutral order is not always correct to use.
Also, the intonation is also different with different topic-comment structures. The topic usually has a rising intonation, the focus having a falling intonation.
In the following examples, the topic is marked with italics, and the focus comment is marked with boldface. Some anomalies emerged with the arrival of multinational companies who have addressed their customers in the te least polite form right from the beginning of their presence in Hungary.
A typical example is the Swedish furniture shop IKEA , whose web site and other publications address the customers in te form.
Another example is the communication of Telenor a mobile network operator towards its customers. Telenor chose to communicate towards business customers in the polite ön form while all other customers are addressed in the less polite te form.
During the first early phase of Hungarian language reforms late 18th and early 19th centuries more than ten thousand words were coined,  several thousand of which are still actively used today see also Ferenc Kazinczy , the leading figure of the Hungarian language reforms.
Kazinczy's chief goal was to replace existing words of German and Latin origins with newly-created Hungarian words. As a result, Kazinczy and his later followers the reformers significantly reduced the formerly high ratio of words of Latin and German origins in the Hungarian language, which were related to social sciences, natural sciences, politics and economics, institutional names, fashion etc.
Giving an accurate estimate for the total word count is difficult, since it is hard to define "a word" in agglutinating languages, due to the existence of affixed words and compound words.
To obtain a meaningful definition of compound words, we have to exclude such compounds whose meaning is the mere sum of its elements.
The largest dictionaries giving translations from Hungarian to another language contain , words and phrases  but this may include redundant phrases as well, because of translation issues [ clarification needed ].
The new desk lexicon of the Hungarian language contains 75, words  and the Comprehensive Dictionary of Hungarian Language to be published in 18 volumes in the next twenty years is planned to contain , words.
Parts of the lexicon can be organized using word-bushes [ clarification needed ]. See an example on the right.
The words in these bushes share a common root, are related through inflection, derivation and compounding, and are usually broadly related in meaning.
The basic vocabulary shares several hundred word roots with other Uralic languages like Finnish , Estonian , Mansi and Khanty. Finnish  and Estonian vesi, käsi, veri , Finnish pää ,  Estonian pea or pää.
Words for elementary kinship and nature are more Ugric, less r-Turkic and less Slavic. Finally, Christian and state terminology is more Slavic and less r-Turkic.
This is easily understood in the Uralic paradigm, proto-Magyars were first similar to Ob-Ugors who were mainly hunters, fishers and gatherers, but with some horses, too.
Except for a few Latin and Greek loan-words, these differences are unnoticed even by native speakers; the words have been entirely adopted into the Hungarian lexicon.
There are an increasing number of English loan-words, especially in technical fields. Therefore, the history of Hungarian has come, especially since the 19th century, to favor neologisms from original bases, whilst still having developed as many terms from neighboring languages in the lexicon.
Words can be compounds or derived. Most derivation is with suffixes, but there is a small set of derivational prefixes as well.
Compounds have been present in the language since the Proto-Uralic era. Numerous ancient compounds transformed to base words during the centuries.
Today, compounds play an important role in vocabulary. Compounds are made up of two base words: the first is the prefix, the latter is the suffix.
A compound can be subordinative : the prefix is in logical connection with the suffix. If the prefix is the subject of the suffix, the compound is generally classified as a subjective one.
There are objective , determinative , and adjunctive compounds as well. Some examples are given below:. According to current orthographic rules, a subordinative compound word has to be written as a single word, without spaces; however, if the length of a compound of three or more words not counting one-syllable verbal prefixes is seven or more syllables long not counting case suffixes , a hyphen must be inserted at the appropriate boundary to ease the determination of word boundaries for the reader.
Other compound words are coordinatives : there is no concrete relation between the prefix and the suffix. Subcategories include reduplication to emphasise the meaning; olykor-olykor 'really occasionally' , twin words where a base word and a distorted form of it makes up a compound: gizgaz , where the suffix 'gaz' means 'weed' and the prefix giz is the distorted form; the compound itself means 'inconsiderable weed' , and such compounds which have meanings, but neither their prefixes, nor their suffixes make sense for example, hercehurca 'complex, obsolete procedures'.
A compound also can be made up by multiple i. Some examples:. Hungarian words for the points of the compass are directly derived from the position of the Sun during the day in the Northern Hemisphere.
There are two basic words for "red" in Hungarian: "piros" and "vörös" variant: "veres"; compare with Estonian "verev" or Finnish "punainen".
They are basic in the sense that one is not a sub-type of the other, as the English "scarlet" is of "red". In English similar differences exist between "scarlet" and "red".
While many languages have multiple names for this colour , often Hungarian scholars assume this is unique in recognizing two shades of red as separate and distinct " folk colours ".
However, the two words are also used independently of the above in collocations. When the rules outlined above are in contradiction, typical collocations usually prevail.
In some cases where a typical collocation does not exist, the use of either of the two words may be equally adequate.
The Hungarian words for brothers and sisters are differentiated based upon relative age. The words for "boy" and "girl" are applied with possessive suffixes.
Nevertheless, the terms are differentiated with different declension or lexemes:. Fia is only used in this, irregular possessive form; it has no nominative on its own see inalienable possession.
The above word is often considered to be the longest word in Hungarian, although there are longer words like:. Words of such length are not used in practice, and are difficult to understand even for natives.
They were invented to show, in a somewhat facetious way, the ability of the language to form long words see agglutinative language.
They are not compound words—they are formed by adding a series of one and two-syllable suffixes and a few prefixes to a simple root "szent", saint or holy.
There is virtually no limit for the length of words, but when too many suffixes are added, the meaning of the word becomes less clear, and the word becomes hard to understand, and will work like a riddle even for native speakers.
The English word best known as being of Hungarian origin is probably paprika , from Serbo-Croatian papar "pepper" and the Hungarian diminutive -ka.
Others are:. The Hungarian language was originally written in right-to-left Old Hungarian runes , superficially similar in appearance to the better-known futhark runes but unrelated.
After Stephen I of Hungary established the Kingdom of Hungary in the year , the old system was gradually discarded in favour of the Latin alphabet and left-to-right order.
Although now not used at all in everyday life, the old script is still known and practised by some enthusiasts. Modern Hungarian is written using an expanded Latin alphabet , and has a phonemic orthography, i.
In addition to the standard letters of the Latin alphabet, Hungarian uses several modified Latin characters to represent the additional vowel sounds of the language.
These letters are not part of the Hungarian language, and are considered misprints. Unicode includes them, and so they can be used on the Internet.
These digraphs are considered single letters in the alphabet. Some examples still in common use are madzag "string" , edzeni "to train athletically " and dzsungel "jungle".
Hungarian distinguishes between long and short vowels, with long vowels written with acutes. It also distinguishes between long and short consonants, with long consonants being doubled.
But when the digraph occurs at the end of a line, all of the letters are written out. For example, "with a bus" :. There are doubling minimal pairs : tol "push" vs.
The word order is basically from general to specific. This is a typical analytical approach and is used generally in Hungarian.
The Hungarian language uses the so-called eastern name order , in which the surname general, deriving from the family comes first and the given name comes last.
If a second given name is used, this follows the first given name. For clarity, in foreign languages Hungarian names are usually represented in the western name order.
For an example of foreign use, the birth name of the Hungarian-born physicist called the "father of the hydrogen bomb " was Teller Ede , but he immigrated to the United States in the s and thus became known as Edward Teller.
Prior to the midth century, given names were usually translated along with the name order; this is no longer as common. If a second given name is present, it becomes a middle name and is usually written out in full, rather than truncated to an initial.
Japanese names , which are usually written in western order in the rest of Europe, retain their original order in Hungarian, e.
Kuroszava Akira instead of Akira Kurosawa. The Hungarian convention for date and time is to go from the generic to the specific: 1.
The year and day are always written in Arabic numerals , followed by a full stop. The month can be written by its full name or can be abbreviated, or even denoted by Roman or Arabic numerals.
Except for the first case month written by its full name , the month is followed by a full stop. Usually, when the month is written in letters, there is no leading zero before the day.
On the other hand, when the month is written in Arabic numerals, a leading zero is common, but not obligatory. Except at the beginning of a sentence, the name of the month always begins with a lower-case letter.
Hours, minutes, and seconds are separated by a colon H:m:s. Fractions of a second are separated by a full stop from the rest of the time.
Hungary generally uses the hour clock format, but in verbal and written communication hour clock format can also be used. See below for usage examples.
Date separated by hyphen is also spreading, especially on datestamps. When only hours and minutes are written in a sentence so not only "displaying" time , these parts can be separated by a full stop e.
However e. Roughly, these expressions mean these times:. Although address formatting is increasingly being influenced by standard European conventions, the traditional Hungarian style is:.
The house number may be followed by the storey and door numbers. The HU- part before the postcode is only for incoming postal traffic from foreign countries.
Addresses on envelopes and postal parcels should be formatted and placed on the right side as follows:.
Name of the recipient Settlement Street address up to door number if necessary HU- postcode. Note: The stress is always placed on the first syllable of each word.
The remaining syllables all receive an equal, lesser stress. All syllables are pronounced clearly and evenly, even at the end of a sentence, unlike in English.
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Uralic language. This article needs additional citations for verification. I Ungarn boede i 9,5 millioner ungarere. Betydelige grupper af ungarsk afstamning bor i forskellige dele af verden som i USA 1,4 mio.
Den mest udbredte teori er den finsk-ugriske fra slutningen af det Mange forskere forkaster derfor disse teorier som ren spekulation.
I det 4. Omkring 1. Fra ob-ugriernes endelige afrejse omkring f. Tidlig i det 8. Mange historiske omtaler regner magyarerne ungarerne og basjkirerne som to grene af det samme folk.
Proto-magyarerne ved Don var underlagt Khazarernes khaganat. Samtidig, omkring ca. Den magyarske ekspansion blev stanset i slaget ved Lechfeld i Under erobringen af Ungarn udgjorde folketallet i den ungarske nation mellem