The Alternative Hungarian Dictionary

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amcsi etymology diminutive of amerikai pronunciation
  • {{hu-IPA}}
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adjective: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial) American
noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) American (person)
andris etymology From Andris, a diminutive of of the male given name András. pronunciation
  • {{hu-IPA}}
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noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. (dated, slang) police officer
Synonyms: rendőr
anyag etymology {{hu-suffix}}.{{R:Pusztai 2003}} Compare Latin māter, māteria. pronunciation
  • {{hu-IPA}}
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noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. material, matter, substance
  2. (school) a unit of knowledge to be taught and learnt
  3. (slang) drug
apanázs etymology From the German Apanage, from the French apanage, from the Malayalam appanagium, coined from Latin ad + panis{{R:TotfalusiEty 2005}}, with {{hu-suffix}} ending. pronunciation
  • /ˈɒpɒnaːʒ/
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noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. monthly allowance
  2. (colloquial) pocket money
  3. (historical) appanage
áram pronunciation
  • {{hu-IPA}}
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etymology 1 {{back-form}} {{hu-langref}}
noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) electricity
  2. (electricity) current
  3. current, stream, flow part of a fluid that moves continuously in a certain direction
etymology 2 {{hu-suffix}}
noun: {{head}}
  1. hu-inflection of ár
argó etymology From French argot, of unknown origin. pronunciation
  • /ˈɒrɡoː/
  • {{hyphenation}}
noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. argot
Synonyms: szleng, tolvajnyelv
asszony etymology From Ossetic ӕхсин 〈æhsin〉. pronunciation
  • /ˈɒsːoɲ/
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noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. a married or divorced woman or a widow
  2. woman adult female human
  3. (often, colloquial) woman, wife
    • 1854, Mór Jókai, Egy magyar nábob, chapter 19: Könnyű a férjnek azt mondani, én holnap vagy egy hónap múlva nagy ünnepélyt adok, hivatalos lesz rá az egész környék, akiket ismerek és olyanok is, akiket sohasem láttam. A többi az asszony gondja.
  4. (formal) lady, mistress woman of authority a ház asszonya — the lady of the house
Synonyms:
ász etymology From German As, from French as, from Latin as. pronunciation
  • /ˈaːs/
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noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. (cards) ace card with a single spot
  2. (tennis) ace serve won without the opponent hitting the ball
  3. (colloquial) ace expert at something
  4. ace excellent military aircraft pilot
átlát a szitán etymology Literally: to "see through the sieve"
verb: {{hu-verb}}
  1. (idiomatic, colloquial) to know what someone is up to, clearly see someone's game, see through it
etymology An abbreviation of bácsi or bátya. pronunciation
  • /ˈbaː/
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noun: {{head}}
  1. (informal) uncle Hogy van, Józsi ? - How are you uncle Joe?
related terms:
  • bácsi
  • bátya
bagázs etymology From German Bagage, from French bagage with {{hu-suffix}} ending. pronunciation
  • /ˈbɒɡaːʒ/
  • {{hyphenation}}
noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. (pejorative) crowd, bunch, gang
bagó etymology From a North Italian dialect. pronunciation
  • /ˈbɒɡoː/
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noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. quid (piece of chewing tobacco)
  2. dottle
  3. (humorous) baccy
  4. (colloquial, figuratively) peanuts, song (insignificant amount of money) Bagóért dolgozik. - He works for peanuts
baki pronunciation
  • /ˈbɒki/
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noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) blooper (an error)
Synonyms: hiba
balfasz etymology bal + fasz pronunciation
  • /ˈbɒlfɒs/
noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. (vulgar) bastard, jerk
Synonyms: balfácán
banda etymology From Italian banda pronunciation
  • /ˈbɒndɒ/
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noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. gang group of criminals who band together
  2. (pejorative) band, crew, mob unruly group of people
  3. (colloquial, humorous) team, band group of people being in some relation
  4. (colloquial, music) band group of people playing popular music
  5. (dated, dialectal) workgroup, crew
  6. (dialectal, music) gypsy orchestra
    • 1851, János Arany, A nagyidai cigányok, canto 1: S legottan vitézlő férfiak menének, / Hogy kihoznák a port, ágyut töltenének. / Rárántá azonban Juhgége s a banda, / Megkezdé a táncot legelébb a vajda.
  7. (card games) four card of the same suit (in ferbli)
Synonyms: (gang: criminal group) bűnbanda, bűnszövetkezet, (band, crew, mob) bagázs, brancs, galeri, kompánia, (team, band) brancs, csapat, csoport, kompánia, társaság, (band: group of musicians) együttes, zenekar, (workgroup, crew) brigád, munkacsapat, (gypsy orchestra) cigányzenekar
bari etymology diminutive of bárány pronunciation
  • {{hu-IPA}}
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noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. (childish) little lamb
barom etymology From a trk language, compare Old Turkic barım. pronunciation
  • /ˈbɒrom/
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noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. beast
  2. (offensive) asshole
baromság etymology {{hu-suffix}} pronunciation
  • /ˈbɒromʃaːɡ/
  • {{hyphenation}}
noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. (informal) bullshit, nonsense
baszik etymology From a trk language, compare Turkish basmak. pronunciation
  • /ˈbɒsik/
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verb: {{hu-verb}}
  1. (vulgar) to fuck
  2. (vulgar) to be screwed (used with -hat) Baszhatja - He's screwed.
  3. (vulgar) to be unwilling to do something Baszik jönni - He's not coming.
  4. (vulgar) to strike - Belebaszott a villám a fába - The tree was struck by lightning.
bazmeg Alternative forms: baszd meg, (bowdlerizations) bazzeg, bazeg, baze, bazz, báz, vazzeg, vazeg, vaze, vazz, váz, b@zmeg, bameg, b+, etc. etymology Contraction of baszd meg pronunciation
  • /ˈbɒzmɛɡ/
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interjection: {{head}}
  1. (vulgar, colloquial) Used as a filler, for emphasis.
  2. (vulgar, colloquial) Expressing dismay, discontent, displeasure, surprise, or even admiration. Not unlike shit or fuck in English.
beadja a kulcsot etymology bead + -ja + a + kulcs + -ot. Literally: “to hand in the key” pronunciation
  • {{hu-IPA}}
verb: {{hu-verb}}
  1. (idiomatic, slang, of humans) to kick the bucket (to die)
  2. (idiomatic, colloquial, of machines) to break down
Synonyms: (to die) meghal, elpusztul, elpatkol, feldobja a bakancsot, fűbe harap, (to break down) elromlik, felmondja a szolgálatot
becsap etymology {{hu-prefix}} pronunciation
  • /ˈbɛt͡ʃɑp/
  • {{hyphenation}}
verb: {{hu-verb}}
  1. (transitive) to slam, bang to shut with sudden force Ne csapd be az ajtót! — Don't slam the door!
  2. (transitive, dated) to swindle, cheat, deceive, defraud, fool, trick Engem nem csapsz be még egyszer! — You won't catch me again!
  3. (intransitive) to hit, strike ({{hu-case}})
  4. (transitive, colloquial) to gulp down, toss back to drink very quickly
Synonyms: (to swindle, cheat, trick) átver, rászed
beint etymology {{hu-prefix}} pronunciation
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verb: {{hu-verb}}
  1. (intransitive) to wave to wave one’s hand in greeting when one is outside and the person to be greeted is inside
  2. (transitive) to motion in to signal someone with hand to enter
  3. (ambitransitive, music) to cue in conductor of orchestra
  4. (intransitive, slang, vulgar) to make a rude or obscene gesture at someone with a bent forearm and closed fist to express vehement disagreement or opposition
bejön etymology {{hu-prefix}} pronunciation
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verb: {{hu-verb}}
  1. to come in, enter
  2. (colloquial) to come off (to succeed)
  3. (colloquial) to appeal, to be liked
bepörög etymology {{hu-prefix}} pronunciation
  • /ˈbɛpørøɡ/
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verb: {{hu-verb}}
  1. (intransitive, colloquial) to become enraged/furious/very angry, to see red
berúg etymology {{hu-prefix}} pronunciation
  • /ˈbɛruːɡ/
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verb: {{hu-verb}}
  1. to kick in
  2. to kick start (start a motorcycle)
  3. to score (a goal)
  4. (colloquial) to get drunk
beszed etymology {{hu-prefix}} pronunciation
  • {{hu-IPA}}
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verb: {{hu-verb}}
  1. (transitive) to collect something (from somebody {{hu-case}}, for something {{hu-case}}) A tanár beszedte a dolgozatokat. - The teacher collected the essays. beszedi a tagoktól a tagdíjat - to collect the membership fee from the members beszedi a jegyekért a pénzt - to collect the money for the tickets
  2. (transitive) to remove something (from somewhere {{hu-case}}, {{hu-case}}) beszedi a kirakatból a próbababákat - to remove the mannequins from the shop window
  3. (transitive) to take something as a medication beszedi a gyógyszert - to take the medicine
  4. (transitive, colloquial) to get a bad grade Beszedett egy egyest. - He got an F.
beszélsz angolul {{phrasebook}} pronunciation
  • /ˈbɛseːlsɒnɡolul/
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phrase: {{head}}?
  1. (informal) do you speak English?
bili pronunciation
  • /ˈbili/
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noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) chamber pot, jerry, po
bír pronunciation
  • {{hu-IPA}}
verb: {{hu-verb}}
  1. to endure, to stand, to bear, to cope with something ({{hu-case}}) Nem bírja a nehéz munkát. - He can't do hard work.
  2. to be able to do, to manage something ({{hu-case}}) Nem bírom megoldani a feladatot. - I am not able to solve the excercise.
  3. to be able to handle something ({{hu-case}}) Nem bírok ezzel a gyerekkel. - I can't handle this kid.
  4. (formal) to possess, to own, to bear something ({{hu-case}}) Ez nagy jelentőséggel bír. - This bears great significance.
  5. to persuade, to induce to do something ({{hu-case}}) Vallomásra bírták. - They got him to confess.
  6. (colloquial) to like someone or something ({{hu-case}}) Nagyon bírom őket! - I like them very much.
blamál etymology From the former blamíroz {{hu-suffix}}. First attested in 1876. {{R:Zaicz 2006}} pronunciation
  • {{hu-IPA}}
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verb: {{hu-verb}}
  1. (transitive, colloquial) to compromise someone, bring shame on someone, disgrace someone
bogyó etymology From Proto-Uralic *pola, possibly using the diminutive suffix {{hu-suffix}}. Cognate with Finnish puola, Komi пул 〈pul〉, and Northern Mansi pil.[http://starling.rinet.ru/cgi-bin/response.cgi?root=config&morpho=0&basename=%5Cdata%5Curalic%5Curalet&first=1&off=&text_proto=&method_proto=substring&ic_proto=on&text_meaning=&method_meaning=substring&ic_meaning=on&text_germmean=&method_germmean=substring&ic_germmean=on&text_fin=&method_fin=substring&ic_fin=on&text_est=&method_est=substring&ic_est=on&text_saa=&method_saa=substring&ic_saa=on&text_mrd=&method_mrd=substring&ic_mrd=on&text_mar=&method_mar=substring&ic_mar=on&text_udm=&method_udm=substring&ic_udm=on&text_kom=&method_kom=substring&ic_kom=on&text_khn=&method_khn=substring&ic_khn=on&text_man=&method_man=substring&ic_man=on&text_ugr=bog&method_ugr=substring&ic_ugr=on&text_smd=&method_smd=substring&ic_smd=on&text_nen=&method_nen=substring&ic_nen=on&text_enc=&method_enc=substring&ic_enc=on&text_nga=&method_nga=substring&ic_nga=on&text_slk=&method_slk=substring&ic_slk=on&text_kam=&method_kam=substring&ic_kam=on&text_janh=&method_janh=substring&ic_janh=on&text_samm2=&method_samm2=substring&ic_samm2=on&text_redei=&method_redei=substring&ic_redei=on&text_add=&method_add=substring&ic_add=on&text_reshet=&method_reshet=substring&ic_reshet=on&text_yuk=&method_yuk=substring&ic_yuk=on&text_lit=&method_lit=substring&ic_lit=on&text_any=&method_any=substring&sort=number&ic_any=on Starostin's Uralic Database, Entry #800][http://kaino.kotus.fi/algu/index.php?t=sanue&sanue_id=93824 Álgu etymological database, entry #93824 (language: Finnish, word: puola)] pronunciation
  • {{hu-IPA}}
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noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. berry
  2. (informal) pill, tablet
bombázó etymology {{hu-participle}} pronunciation
  • /ˈbombaːzoː/
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noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. (military) bomber
  2. (slang) a sexually attractive woman, a bombshell
bringa pronunciation
  • /ˈbriŋɡɒ/
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noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) bike
Synonyms: bicaj, bicikli, kerékpár
budi pronunciation
  • /ˈbudi/
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noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. (regional) outside toilet
  2. (colloquial) toilet
buksza pronunciation
  • /ˈbuɡsɒ/
  • {{hyphenation}}
noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. wallet
  2. (vulgar, slang) woman
  3. (vulgar, slang) vagina
Synonyms: (wallet) pénztárca
bunda pronunciation
  • /ˈbundɒ/
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noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. fur hairy coat of a mammal
    • 1953, Józsi Jenő Tersánszky, Misi Mókus kalandjai, chapter 1: Van ugyan mókusfajta, amelyiknek fekete színű a bundája, ám Misi családja a vörös mókusokhoz tartozott. Azoknak pedig legfeljebb a ragyogó, élelmes szemük fekete, minden tagjukat szép, rozsdavörös szőrzet fedi.
  2. fur coat coat made out of fur
  3. (slang) bribe
bunyó etymology From Italian pugno, from Latin pugnus. pronunciation
  • /ˈbuɲoː/
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noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. (slang) fisticuffs
Synonyms: verekedés
búr pronunciation
  • /ˈbuːr/
adjective: {{hu-adj}}
  1. Boer
noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. Boer
  2. (vulgar) male homosexual
buzi etymology Shortening of buzeráns, from German; compare with Czech buzerant. Comes from Bulgar (Bulgarian), which was understood to mean the Bogomils, who were believed to be devoted to the practice of sodomy. Source: http//en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bogomilism#In_modern_and_popular_culture pronunciation
  • /ˈbuzi/
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noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. (pejorative) faggot (male homosexual)
  2. (colloquial, slang) in compounds a person who is wildly enthusiastic about something; a freak, nut
Synonyms: búza, meleg, búr, homó, langyos, homár, köcsög
bűzlik etymology {{hu-suffix}} pronunciation
  • {{hu-IPA}}
  • {{hyphenation}}
verb: {{hu-verb}}
  1. to stink (have a strong bad smell)
  2. (colloquial, figuratively) to be suspicious Itt valami bűzlik. - There is something brewing. (Something suspicious is going on.)
cammog etymology From an unattested root of uncertain origin, perhaps an onomatopoeia {{hu-suffix}}. {{R:Zaicz 2006}}{{catlangname}} pronunciation
  • {{hu-IPA}}
  • {{hyphenation}}
verb: {{hu-verb}}
  1. (intransitive) to plod, trudge (to walk slowly and heavily) Egy medve cammog az úton. - A bear is plodding on the road.
  2. (pejorative) to move slowly
centi etymology Short for centiméter pronunciation
  • /ˈtsɛnti/
  • {{hyphenation}}
noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) centimeter
cigány etymology From a sla language; compare Slovene cigan, Serbo-Croatian Cȉgani. Ultimately from Byzantine gkm τσιγγάνος 〈tsingános〉, from a word meaning "untouchable".'''2004''', Viorel Achim, ''The Roma in Romanian History'' (Bucharest), page 9'''2007''', Jean-Pierre Liégeois, ''Roma In Europe'', page 17'''1993''', ''Struggling for Ethnic Identity: The Gypsies of Hungary'' (published by Human Rights Watch), page 1 Compare German Zigeuner, which is cognate. pronunciation
  • /ˈt͡siɡaːɲ/
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adjective: {{hu-adj}}
  1. Gypsy
  2. (offensive) bad, worthless
noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. Gypsy
  2. (no plural) the language of the Roma people : Romani
Synonyms: roma
cigarettázik etymology {{hu-suffix}} pronunciation
  • {{hu-IPA}}
  • {{hyphenation}}
verb: {{hu-verb}}
  1. (intransitive) to smoke cigarette to inhale and exhale the smoke from a burning cigarette
  2. (intransitive) to smoke to inhale and exhale cigarette smoke regularly or habitually
Synonyms: cigizik (colloquial)
cigi etymology diminutive of cigaretta pronunciation
  • {{hu-IPA}}
  • {{hyphenation}}
noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) cig, smoke (cigarette)
Synonyms: cigaretta
ciki pronunciation
  • /ˈt͡siki/
  • {{audio}}
  • {{hyphenation}}
adjective: {{hu-adj}}
  1. (slang) embarrassing (causing embarrassment)
cincog etymology From an onomatopoeia {{hu-suffix}}. First attested in 1593. {{R:Zaicz 2006}}{{catlangname}} pronunciation
  • {{hu-IPA}}
  • {{hyphenation}}
verb: {{hu-verb}}
  1. (intransitive, of mice, rats, etc.) to squeak
  2. (ambitransitive, humorous or sarcastic) to scrape (on the violin)
cirkuszol etymology {{hu-suffix}}. First attested in 1961. {{R:Zaicz 2006}} pronunciation
  • {{hu-IPA}}
  • {{hyphenation}}
verb: {{hu-verb}}
  1. (intransitive, colloquial) to make a fuss, be making a scene
córesz etymology From Yiddish tsores, plural of tsore, from Hebrew צרה 〈ẕrh〉. pronunciation
  • /ˈtsoːrɛs/
  • {{hyphenation}}
noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) tsuris
cucc pronunciation
  • /ˈtsutsː/
  • {{hyphenation}}
noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) baggage, luggage, belongings
  2. (colloquial) thing, thingie
  3. (slang) drug
Synonyms: (belongings) cókmók, (thingie) izé, (drug) anyag
cúg etymology From German Zug. pronunciation
  • {{hu-IPA}}
noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) draught (a current of air)
    • 1912, Zsigmond Móricz, Kerek Ferkó, chapter 1: A falakról lógó tapétafoszlányok szinte nevetve lobogtak meg a cúgban. A plafon tajtékbarna volt a régi füsttől, s körül embermagasságban fényes barna réteg borította a falakat, mert itt falhoz szokás támaszkodni, kivált egy-egy heves kártyakompánia körül, mikor az adóellenőr két-három korona veszteséggel áll fel!
Synonyms: huzat
cúgos etymology {{hu-suffix}} pronunciation
  • /ˈt͡suːɡoʃ/
  • {{audio}}
  • {{hyphenation}}
adjective: {{hu-adj}}
  1. (colloquial) draughty, drafty
Synonyms: huzatos
cuki pronunciation
  • {{hu-IPA}}
  • {{hyphenation}}
etymology 1 diminutive of cukor
adjective: {{hu-adj}}
  1. cute (having features mainly attributed to infants and small or cuddly animals)
etymology 2 diminutive of cukrászda
noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) confectionery (pastry shop)
Synonyms: cukrászda
cvíder etymology From Bavarian zwider, from German zuwider pronunciation
  • /ˈtsviːdɛr/
  • {{hyphenation}}
adjective: {{hu-adj}}
  1. (colloquial) moody, peevish
csá pronunciation
  • /ˈt͡ʃaː/
  • {{audio}}
interjection: {{head}}
  1. (informal) bye, hi, ciao
csaj etymology From the Romany čai. pronunciation
  • /ˈt͡ʃɒj/
noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. (obsolete) a Romani girl
  2. (slang) a girl, a woman
Synonyms: (girl) bige, (girl) csajszi, (girl) lány, (girl) liba, (woman)
csákó etymology Origin uncertain. pronunciation
  • /ˈtʃaːkoː/
  • {{hyphenation}}
noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. shako (hat for the military)
  2. (slang) guy
csávó etymology From the Romany čavo. pronunciation
  • /ˈt͡ʃaːvoː/
  • {{hyphenation}}
noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. (slang) boy, man
csehó etymology From ag Tschecherl, from Yiddish. pronunciation
  • /ˈt͡ʃɛhoː/
  • {{hyphenation}}
noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. (slang) dive, joint (seedy bar)
csip-csup etymology A compound word {{catlangname}} (twin word) with a playful derivation. The first word csip is possibly a form of csepp{{R:Zaicz 2006}}, the second word csup is a distorted form of the first. pronunciation
  • /ˈt͡ʃipt͡ʃup/
  • {{hyphenation}}
adjective: {{hu-adj}}
  1. (colloquial) unimportant, insignificant
Synonyms: apró-cseprő, jelentéktelen
csóka etymology From a sla language, compare čavka pronunciation
  • /ˈt͡ʃoːkɒ/
  • {{hyphenation}}
noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. jackdaw
  2. (slang, humorous) guy, man
csoki etymology diminutive of csokoládé pronunciation
  • {{hu-IPA}}
  • {{hyphenation}}
noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. (informal) chocolate
csór etymology Romany. Compare Hindi चोर 〈cōra〉. pronunciation
  • {{hu-IPA}}
verb: {{hu-verb}}
  1. (transitive, slang) to steal
csóró etymology From Romany chorro. pronunciation
  • /ˈt͡ʃoːroː/
  • {{audio}}
  • {{hyphenation}}
adjective: {{hu-adj}}
  1. (slang) poor
csöcs Alternative forms: csecs (rare) pronunciation
  • /ˈtʃøtʃ/
noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. (vulgar) (a woman's) breast; boob, tit
Synonyms: mell, cici, cickó, didi, didkó, tőgy
csöves etymology From the csöv- stem of {{hu-suffix}} pronunciation
  • {{hu-IPA}}
  • {{audio}}
  • {{hyphenation}}
adjective: {{hu-adj}}
  1. tubular (tube-shaped)
  2. having one or more tube
  3. (slang) having low quality
noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. (slang) homeless, beggar
csuhás etymology {{hu-suffix}} pronunciation
  • /ˈt͡ʃuhaːʃ/
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adjective: {{hu-adj}}
  1. cowled (wearing a monk's gown)
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  1. (pejorative) shaveling, sky pilot
Synonyms: pap, szerzetes
csuka {{wikipedia}} etymology From a sla language, compare Serbo-Croatian štuka. pronunciation
  • /ˈt͡ʃukɒ/
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noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. pike (Esox lucius)
  2. (slang) shoe
dagadt etymology {{hu-participle}} pronunciation
  • /ˈdɒɡɒtː/
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adjective: {{hu-adj}}
  1. swollen
  2. (pejorative) fat
Synonyms: (fat): kövér
dákó etymology From Bavarian dako, from Spanish taco. pronunciation
  • /ˈdaːkoː/
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noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. (sports) cue
  2. (slang) penis
deszka etymology From a sla language, compare deska. pronunciation
  • /ˈdɛskɒ/
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adjective: {{hu-adj}}
  1. (slang) thin
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  1. board
  2. (informal) skateboard, a short version for gördeszka
  3. (informal) surfboard
  4. (informal, computer hardware) motherboard
  5. (slang) a thin person
  6. (slang) a slice of bread
dettó etymology From ag detto, from Italian detto, past participle of dire. pronunciation
  • /ˈdɛtːoː/
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adverb: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial) ditto
díjaz etymology {{hu-suffix}} pronunciation
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verb: {{hu-verb}}
  1. to pay, compensate, remunerate
  2. to award give an award/prize for merit
  3. (figuratively, colloquial) appreciate, like Nem nagyon díjazta az ötletet. — He/she wasn't too enthusiastic about the idea.
dili etymology {{back-form}} pronunciation
  • /ˈdili/
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adjective: {{hu-adj}}
  1. (colloquial) crazy, cracked, nutty, batty
Synonyms: dilis
noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) foolery, screaming abdabs
  2. (colloquial) bug (an enthusiasm for something)
dilinós Alternative forms: dilinyós etymology From Romany dilino. pronunciation
  • /ˈdilinoːʃ/
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adjective: {{hu-adj}}
  1. (colloquial) crazy, cracked, nutty, batty
dilis etymology {{hu-suffix}} pronunciation
  • /ˈdiliʃ/
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adjective: {{hu-adj}}
  1. (colloquial) crazy, cracked, nutty, batty
díszpinty etymology dísz + pinty pronunciation
  • /ˈdiːspinc/
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noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. weaver finch
  2. (colloquial) bad lot, ne'er-do-well
Synonyms: (bad lot) jómadár
dohány etymology From Ottoman Turkish دخان 〈dkẖạn〉, from Arabic دخان 〈dkẖạn〉. pronunciation
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noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. tobacco
  2. (slang) dough (money)
doksi pronunciation
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etymology 1 diminutive of dokumentum
noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) document
    • {{quote-web }} A hívásokat ezeken is tudjuk fogadni, tehát akár az iPad Air 2 hangszórójával és mikrofonjával is tudunk telefonálni. Emellett még a másik Apple-kütyün elkezdett doksik és emailek szerkesztését át tudjuk venni az iPaden.
etymology 2 diminutive of dokumentumfilm
noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) documentary film
    • {{quote-web }} A Sundance filmfesztiválon mutatták be januárban a szcientológiáról szóló, Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief című dokumentumfilmet. A premieren tapsviharral díjazták az alkotást, most pedig kijött hozzá az első előzetes. Valamit tényleg jól csinálhatott a Going Clear, ugyanis a doksit már megjelenése előtt egész oldalas hirdetésekben támadta a kétes ügyeiről híres szervezet.
dolcsi etymology diminutive of dollár pronunciation
  • /ˈdolt͡ʃi/
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noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) buck, greenback (a dollar)
dög etymology unknown origin. pronunciation
  • {{hu-IPA}}
{{rfap}}
noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. carrion, carcass (the body of a dead animal)
  2. beast
  3. (informal) a sexually attractive or playful person, often a female, a wildcat, a vixen
Synonyms: (dead body) holttest
duda etymology Controversial origin
  • From a sla language, compare Czech dudy.
  • From dúdol.
pronunciation
  • /ˈdudɒ/
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noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. horn (sound-making apparatus)
  2. bagpipe
  3. (slang) hooter (a woman's breast)
dug pronunciation
  • /ˈduɡ/
verb: {{hu-verb}}
  1. to insert; push in
  2. to hide, conceal
  3. (informal) to have sex
Synonyms: (insert) illeszt, (hide) rejt
dugipénz etymology dugi ‘stashed’ + pénz ‘money’ pronunciation
  • /ˈduɡipeːnz/
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noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) nest egg (savings)
duma pronunciation
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etymology 1 From the Russian дума 〈duma〉.
noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. duma
etymology 2 From Romany dumа 〈duma〉, from a sla language, from Proto-Slavic *duma.
noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) talk, chat
  2. (colloquial) bullshit, lie
dumál etymology {{hu-suffix}} pronunciation
  • /ˈdumaːl/
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verb: {{hu-verb}}
  1. (colloquial) to talk, to chat, to speak
dunszt etymology From ag Dunst. pronunciation
  • /ˈdunst/
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noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. (cooking) steam; steaming (of fruit)
  2. (colloquial) idea, notion Dunsztom sincs. - I've no idea.
dutyi etymology diminutive of duttyán pronunciation
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noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. (humorous) lockup
dzsumbuj pronunciation
  • /ˈdʒumbuj/
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noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. (slang) mess (a disorder)
egy húron pendülnek etymology Literally, "they sound on one string": egy húr -on pendül -nek.
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  1. (idiomatic, colloquial) they are birds of a feather (they are alike)
    • 1884, , A lőcsei fehér asszony (The White Woman from Lőcse), chapter XL: Éppen most volt szerencsém megérteni, hogy a nagyurak ígérete meg a beteg ember fogadása egy húron pendülnek. I have just had the chance to understand that the promise of the rich and the wager of a sick man are birds of a feather.
Most of the time it is used in a negative sense: They have the same reprehensible and wrong opinion and point of view. Synonyms: egyformák, egyik kutya, másik eb
elhúz etymology {{hu-prefix}} pronunciation
  • /ˈelhuːz/
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verb: {{hu-verb}}
  1. (transitive) to drag away
  2. (transitive) to procrastinate on something
  3. (intransitive) to pass something, to outdistance someone ({{hu-case}}, {{hu-case}}, {{hu-case}})
  4. (intransitive, informal) to get out, to leave
ellenőrző pronunciation
  • /ˈɛlːɛnøːrzøː/
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etymology 1 {{hu-participle}}
adjective: {{hu-adj}}
  1. controlling
etymology 2 Shortened from ellenőrző könyv (literally control book).
noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) report card (a small booklet containing the student's grades for one school year and a section for teachers to record individual comments about the student's work and behavior)
elmegy etymology {{hu-prefix}} pronunciation
  • /ˈɛlmɛɟ/
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verb: {{hu-verb}}
  1. to leave, to go away, to walk away, to drive away
  2. to be just barely good enough, to be barely okay
  3. (informal) to cum, to come to have an orgasm
  4. (euphemistic) to pass away, to die
elnéz etymology {{hu-prefix}} pronunciation
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  1. (intransitive) to look away to stop looking somewhere Rögtön elnézett onnan. - He suddenly looked away from there.
  2. (transitive) to overlook, to see something incorrectly by mistake (i.e. "mis-look") Elnéztem a dátumot, mégse 12-én megyünk, hanem 13-án. - I "didn't look at the date well", we are not going on the 12th, but on the 13th.
  3. (transitive) to excuse, forgive, condone something Nézd el neki, hogy butaságokat beszél. - Excuse him that he talks nonsense.
  4. (transitive) to look at something thoroughly Ahogy elnézem, nem szeretitek egymást túlságosan. - As I see it, you don't like each other too much.
  5. (intransitive, colloquial) to go somewhere (at a short distance) Elnézek a tóhoz. - I go to the lake (e.g. to look around)
Synonyms: (see mistakenly) félrenéz, (forgive) megbocsát
ex pronunciation
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noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) ex ex-husband, ex-wife or ex-partner
fagyi etymology diminutive of fagylalt pronunciation
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noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) ice cream
fáj pronunciation
  • /ˈfaːj/
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verb: {{hu-verb}}
  1. to hurt Fáj a fejem. - My head is hurting.
  2. (slang) to cost something ({{hu-case}}) Vettem egy új mobilt. - És mennyibe fájt? - I bought a new cell phone. - And how much was it?
falaz etymology {{hu-suffix}} pronunciation
  • /ˈfɒlɒz/
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verb: {{hu-verb}}
  1. to wall
  2. (informal) to cover for someone (mislead people in order to help someone who does something that he is not supposed to do)
farok pronunciation
  • /ˈfɒrok/
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noun: {{hu-noun}}
  1. tail
  2. (vulgar) penis
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