Speak Hungarian?


by DaveC426913
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Mar11-12, 12:08 AM
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A laughable request but, what harm can come?

Someone had something like this phrase said to them. It is Hungarian. Spelling is a total guess (Did I mention it was said, not written?)

Does it mean anything to you? Apparently, it might be a cuss, swear or insult.

Bosameg abonyed
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A laughable request but, what harm can come?

Someone had something like this phrase said to them. It is Hungarian. Spelling is a total guess (Did I mention it was said, not written?)

Does it mean anything to you? Apparently, it might be a cuss, swear or insult.

Bosameg abonyed
Could it be this? bocsásd meg a bonyolít - forgive the complication
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Yes it is my mother language.

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Speak Hungarian?


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Yes it is my mother language.
Good, I am going to hijack the thread then

This is a picture I took in Tokaj last year. Can you translate?



We tried Google translator, but somehow I was never fully convinced by the results.
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The wine is good and tasty
Use this jar to taste it

Well lyuk is hole literally, but i guess it doesnt sound really good.
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Apr1-12, 06:07 AM
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Thanks.

Looking at the jar "hole" makes sense - perhaps it doesn't sound good in translation, but pun in obvious.
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Could it be this? bocsásd meg a bonyolít - forgive the complication
Sorry Jimmy. Didn't see this before now.

That sure looks like it could be what was heard.

Thanks!
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Yes it is my mother language.
So, what is your opinion on my phrase? And ideas what a Hungarian might commonly say?
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Apr1-12, 09:40 AM
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Bosameg abonyed

I cant say i clearly understand that, but first part looks like f*** (Bassza meg)
abonyed?? Maybe your mother?? (anyad)

In the case it is an insult. Without a context i may misunderstand this...

Bocsásd meg maybe? (Forgive)

abonyed?? bonyolít? Forgive for making things harder??


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