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Some historians believe that the Hungarian runes are of Khazar-Turkish origin. Comparative studies, however, suggest otherwise. The Hungarian runic characters show a 28.6% resemblance to the Turkish, while showing a 43.4% resemblance to the Etruscan and 50.0% to the Phoenician. Many Hungarian runic letters show close resemblance to some of the Egyptian hieroglyphics also.

Some historians believe that the Hungarian runes are of Khazar-Turkish origin…

If you learn it you have a superpower. The language is complicated and beautiful.

If you learn it you have a superpower. The language is complicated and beautiful.

how to learn a word hungarian - Recherche Google

Képtalálat a következőre: „how to learn a word hungarian”

Petőfi Sándor: Arany Lacinak (animáció, vers gyerekeknek)

Petőfi Sándor: Arany Lacinak (animáció, vers gyerekeknek)

Petőfi Sándor: Arany Lacinak (animáció, vers gyerekeknek)

Petőfi Sándor: Arany Lacinak (animáció, vers gyerekeknek)

Szeretem a magyar nyelvet

Szeretem a magyar nyelvet! I love the Hungarian language!

béka – frog || béke – peace || szent 1) holy; sacred 2) saint

People wonder why I don`t` teach my kids Hungarian, haha, that`s why

Rossz fát tett a tűzre. https://dailymagyar.wordpress.com/2014/02/13/hungarian-proverbs-22/ #Hungarian #proverbs #language

Rossz fát tett a tűzre. https://dailymagyar.wordpress.com/2014/02/13/hungarian-proverbs-22/ #Hungarian #proverbs #language

Hungarian Language — savage it may be but of a beauty that has nothing human about it, with sonorities of another universe, powerful and corrosive, appropriate to prayer, to groans and to tears, risen out of hell to perpetuate its accent and its aura…words of nectar and cyanide. - Emile M. Cioran

The premonition of madness is complicated by the fear of lucidity in madness, the fear of the moments of return and reunion.one would welcome chaos if one were not afraid of lights in it. - Emile M.