Hungarian Language

Hungarian Language

Hungarian (Hungarian: magyar nyelv listen) is a Uralic language, one of the Ugric branch, spoken by the Hungarians. It is the most widely spoken non-Indo-European language in Europe, based on the number of native speakers. Hungarian is the official language of Hungary and is also spoken by Hungarian communities in the seven neighboring countries and by diaspora communities worldwide.

The Hungarian name for the language is magyar, which is also occasionally used as an English word to refer to the Hungarian people as an ethnic group.

Read more about Hungarian Language:  Geographic Distribution, Phonology, Grammar and Syntax, Politeness, Lexicon, Writing System, Order of Words, Vocabulary Examples, Controversy Over Origins, Comparison of Some Finno-Ugric Words

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