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AfD:Names of European cities in different languages, &c.[edit]

I notice you've contributed in the past to Names of European cities in different languages and its successor pages. There is a proposal to delete these articles and the discussions at Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Names of European cities in different languages, Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Names of Asian cities in different languages, and Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Names of African cities in different languages might intersted you. AjaxSmack 18:19, 20 June 2006 (UTC)

Somogyért[edit]

You made a link to Somogyért. Can you also make an article about this party? Electionworld = Wilfried (talk 15:11, 21 June 2006 (UTC)

Hello[edit]

Halló. I made Lipót Baumhorn, Hatvanyi articles. Can you expand? And, was Baumhorn Jewish? --Sheynhertzגעשׁ״ך 04:19, 30 June 2006 (UTC)

Reply[edit]

See the following page for details: [1]. Best wishes, (Eddie 00:23, 18 July 2006 (UTC))

Ózd[edit]

"+ Ózd has a large Roma Population." Quite fucked up a contribution to the the article about Ózd.

Witho numbers/statistics/analyzis or whatever what would have added depth to this fact I would say its ayokey, but this standalone dehonesting shitty simple sentence made me sick.

I bet you've never been there...

You won't believe this, but...[edit]

Could you care to comment here? Thanks. —Khoikhoi 20:11, 28 July 2006 (UTC)

Locomotiv GT could need some help[edit]

Hi, maybe you could enhance Locomotiv GT with your knowledge and language skills? The Hungarian wikipedia article hu:LGT appears to contain tons of information (which I cannot use since it's Hungarian:). Regards, --BNutzer 19:30, 30 July 2006 (UTC)

Bazilika[edit]

Hey,

According to my knowledge and the web site of the Bazilika [2] it is spelled Szent István Bazilika.

Cheers, Agi

piros vs. vörös[edit]

Hi,

Sorry if my edit has caused you some bad moments. Here's what I think about each point:

  • Mentioning the color chart is important because that's the criterium that the referred source (Berlin, B and Kay, P (1969) Basic Color Terms) uses. If two color names cannot clearly refer to two different hues on a color scale, their dual nature is not accepted. There was a discussion about it because someone stated that Portuguese also uses two words for red, but they failed this criterion just because they cannot be distinguished on a color chart.
    • It wasn't clear for me that the sentence in question had to do with the citation. I'll reinsert that note.
  • "piros is used for vivid red and vörös for dark red" – this is true and it was a shame to change it to the present version. This is the essence of their primary difference.
    • Well, what I think may be more OR than encyclopedic information, but for me, vörös means vivid red, and I'd be surprised to learn that the word that is related to blood and is usually used for emotionally more charged subjects is at the same time the one which refers to the less vivid hue.
  • "Children are first taught this word for "red"." - it's also important because it shows that "piros" is found in a more elementary layer of language, it reveals a lot about the concept of "red" of native speakers of Hungarian.
    • Never removed this one.
  • You changed: "the use of either of the two words may be equally adequate". False. When they are in contradiction, it's not true that they can be equally adequate, because collocations usually prevail even if another kind of logic could be applied (it can be seen at many natural objects that "piros" could be applied better but "vörös" is used, mostly because of their fixed collocations).
    • "May be equally adequate" means "there exist cases in which they are equally adequate". This is correct. The current formulation is not suggesting that in case of a contradiction, the two are always equally adequate. But I'll clarify that point.
  • You deleted "rose-cheeked looks" although "piros arc" clearly means health and cheer but "vörös arc" usually means alcohol or heart problems.
    • Correct, but I didn't see the point in telling that to the English-speaking reader. I'd actually prefer no more than 3-5 clear-cut typical examples for the two words, and preferably ones that contain the word "red" when translated to English.
  • I won't mention other examples in detail but I don't see why you mind them being there.
    • See above.
  • You deleted: "Some things, including inks, lights, roses, ribbons, and tapes, can be described by either colour name." It's also important because most things (about 80-90%) can only be used with only one of the two color names and this is an exception which again reveals something important of Hungarians' cognitive schemes.
    • I deleted this because it was a verbatim duplicate of the sentence with "may be equally adequate".

In all, I was just acting per WP:BOLD - feel free to edit me mercilessly yourself. :)

KissL 10:51, 16 August 2006 (UTC)

Bazilika[edit]

Adam,

Please look at the following site.

I looked at what you sent me, and I cannot find any relevant information on it for proving that the Szent Istvan Bazilika should be spelled with a dash.

http://www.magyartemplomok.hu/index.php?grp=1&akt=97

Agi

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I would have translated it as "screwed up" too, but others seemed to be too intent on translating it as "fucked up" :-))) – Alensha Fiore 01.svg talk 21:11, 19 September 2006 (UTC)

Thank you - great job. I will say though I liked the informative caption beneath the paradsasvar photo. Mind if I restore that? Bundas

Segíts kérlek![edit]

Üdv! Írtam egy cikket a Független Vajdasági Köztársaság teóriájáról. Természetesen szerb wikipédiások rögtön belekötöttek és Szavazás a törlésről katgóriába tették. Van forrásom, ahonnan az adatokat összeszedtem. Meg is attam mind a szócikk alján, mind a vitalapon. Szeretném ha igazolnád a forrás valódiságát a szerbeknek és arra szavaznál, hogy a cikk maradjon. Előre is köszönöm segítségedet. Ha pedig nem értesz velem egyet azt köszönöm, hogy elolvastad a levelet. HunTheGoaT 17:52, 28 September 2006 (CEST)

Kösz ismét a segítségedet. Szerb mivoltuktól nem is vártam mást csak a szokásos diszkriminatív megnyilvánulást. PANNONIAN szerint, aki Trianon ellen van, az egyértelműen a régi Magyarország határait szeretné visszaálítani. Szerintem a Független Vajdasággal megváltoznának a Trianoni határok is, mivel a szerződés Szerbia határai is vonatkozik. Egyébként azt sem tudom miből gondolja, hogy ez szerintem is a helyes megoldás. Abból, hogy egy létező politikai kérdésről írok egy objektív szócikket? Végül is nagynehezen elértem, hogy legalább egy "Vajdasági Köztársaság" szócik létrejöjjön. De majd írok én cikkeket amik fájnak neki, de nem tud belekötni. Kösz mégegyszer! HunTheGoaT 13:17, 29 September 2006 (CEST)

Üdv! Bocs, hogy zaklatlak, de már megint kötöködnek a délvidéki vérengzésekkel kapcsolatosan. Segíts ha tudsz! HunTheGoaT 17:16, 29 September 2006 (CEST) Kösz még1x. A link: 1944-1945 Killings in Bačka. HunTheGoaT 17:37, 29 September 2006 (CEST)

Railway stations[edit]

Hi,

I'd like to hear your opinion on these: Category:Railway stations in Hungary. I tried to persuade the one who moved them to use English (or at least correct Hungarian) where it's possible. see User_talk:Doco and my talk page. – Alensha talk 15:06, 11 October 2006 (UTC)

  1. Piccadilly Körönd may sound strange, but what about Ötödik sugárút? Or Barackfa utca (if you've ever read Gone with the Wind) :) Keleti Railway Station is widely used in English (and if I remember well, IC trains use this version too, when greeting the passengers in English, but I may be wrong here...)
  2. Also, this is one translation that cannot be really debated, the only two English expressions for pályaudvar are "train station" and "railway station" and WP seems to use the latter (see categories).
  3. Actual names are always mentioned, only they are not the titles of the articles. (example: The Hungarian Parliament Building (Hungarian: Országház))
  4. Following this trail of thoughts, if someone is interested in a country, they can learn all of its language. Then we needn't write here anything; if someone is interested in Hungary, they'll learn Hungarian and read HuWiki :)
  5. "pályaudvar" is a common enough word, and definitely an important one.

We could begin the article this way: Keleti Railway Station (Hungarian: Keleti pályaudvar; literal translation: Eastern Railway Station)...

támogass már légyszi... nem akarom átmozgatni a miskolciakat is, mert akkor a konzisztencia kedvéért muszáj lenne, de olyan hülyén néznének ki... ezek is hülyén néznek ki magyar címmel egy angol enciklopédiában :(

Alensha talk 21:02, 11 October 2006 (UTC)

Pannonhalma Archabbey[edit]

While I agree that I may have missed some materal (I was really tired when I edited it), I'd suggest that much of what was left out was either slightly POV, wasn't very clear, or wasn't encylopedic. When merging the rest of the information (if you so chose to take on the rest of the task), keep that in mind. If you want to discuss, just hit me up on my talk page. Happy editing! Radagast83 21:12, 20 October 2006 (UTC)

Survey Q[edit]

Have you ever been to the southern hemisphere, click here to reply.AstroBoy 01:46, 11 November 2006 (UTC) Deadline for entries is December 15th

Survey Q[edit]

of course! just click here! AstroBoy 04:54, 14 November 2006 (UTC)

WikiProject Czech Republic[edit]

We are estabilishing WikiProject Czech Republic, maybe you would like to participate, please see [3] and vote for support. ≈Tulkolahten≈≈talk≈ 10:40, 30 January 2007 (UTC)

Your use of Linkimage template onStrabismus[edit]

Wikipedia is not censored, while the image maybe disturbing to some people, you cannot censor and image just because it may offend people.--HoneymaneHeghlu meH QaQ jajvam 05:05, 20 February 2007 (UTC)

Ilka Palmay[edit]

Hi. I see that you speak Hungarian. I wrote up an article for Palmay, but many of the weblinks for her are in Hungarian. Could you please take a look at http://www.szineszkonyvtar.hu/contents/p-z/palmayelet.htm and http://www.sosantikvarium.hu/kezirat46.html and let me know if I missed anything notable (or just add it to the article)?

Thanks for any help! -- Ssilvers 19:59, 21 February 2007 (UTC)

Pannon University[edit]

Szia! A Veszprémi Egyetem új angol neve University of Pannonia, és nem Pannon University. Megtennéd, hogy javítod a vonatkozó hivatkozásokat, meg amit kell? Az igaz, hogy magyarul Pannon Egyetemnek hívjuk, de hivatalosan az angol név a fent említett. Előre is köszönöm. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 193.6.40.3 (talk) 19:51, 26 February 2007 (UTC).

Nyelv felismeresi problema[edit]

Szia Adam, Gondoltam hagyok neked itt egy uzenetet egy linkkel, hatha te fel tudod ismerni a nyelvet. Lehet hogy torok? nem tudom. Elore is koszonom az faradsagodat. link:http://babelfish.altavista.com/babelfish/trurl_pagecontent?lp=en_el&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.expatinterviews.com%2FHenry-Bateman.html koszonettel, Monika Stattner —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 67.115.174.200 (talk) 16:16, 14 April 2007 (UTC).

Ez görög. Adam78 16:29, 14 April 2007 (UTC)

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Hello[edit]

I left a response on the Hungarian gy talk page in which I don't challenge anything you say, you'll be pleased to know. The reason I am writing to you is to ask you something totally different as you are a Hungarian speaker. You know this French president elect - Sarkozy, I know in Hungarian it is written Sarközy, and I know how it is pronounced before the last two letters. I didn't think ZY was a combination in Hungarian and I certainly never knew "y" to stand alone, I thought it just follows certain letters to soften them. Does it soften the otherwise hard Z? (Like Polish ź), and why does no pronunciation guide mention this? And would the same rule apply to your former statesman Medgyjessy ? I'd appreciate it if you could tell me, thanks. Evlekis 13:54, 8 May 2007 (UTC)

Thank you very much Adam, you've answered my question very well. There is a strange reason I ask this: living in the UK, one thing on TV irritates me to the point that I wish to smash the television for being unable to throttle the person who has frustrated me: Francophiles and French patriots who are good at English, whenever these people speak on British television, they'll speak good English either for being British, or France (but have acquired good English pronunciation), and when they mention anything associated with France, they switch to its French pronunciation which you know is out of harmony with English and vice versa. The French will do it because of their patriotism and the English will do it just to show their talent off to the listeners. It leaves the rest of the population unable to speak French to give the word its Anglicised variation; so some newscasters say it as in English, and some like in French. A billion times these past 48 hours I've heard "Saahhrr-koz eeee" pronounced in the throat by British as well as English-speaking-French commentators. Don't expect different from the French, but if the English are following a policy where-by they want to give a word the local pronunciation (which writers and pedants oppose), then should they not attempt the Hungarian? After all, the whole shape of the name Sárközy is based on Hungarian, the French don't use umlauts and they favour /c/ over /k/. One speaks English, refers to something based on Hungarian, so French pronunciation is every bit redundant; so to anyone who knows better - given that the language's biggest influential heavyweights oppose it - they actually look more stupid than clever. Anyhow, that's that. Tell me one more thing briefly, in Hungarian do you still pronounce the final 'y' as an 'i' or can you ignore it as in Sárköz? And if the preceding letter does happen to be l, g, n or t, is it simply something which one has to learn, or do they automaticly assimilate? Thanks. Evlekis 18:42, 8 May 2007 (UTC)

ahh you one does need to learn it. as for the French president, I can go ahead and prove myself one step cleverer than the self-opiniated windbags, who like to give French pronunciations, by pronouncing it "Shar - kö - zi". Thanks for all your explanations and the link is interesting too, just what I needed. I'm very grateful, so if I can help you in any way with anything else, just ask. Regards. Evlekis 19:59, 8 May 2007 (UTC)
Yeah! if I pronounce it one way and it turns out to be the wrong one, it is till one step closer to the actual way than the morons who are clueless; speaking of which Adam, we're talking about the British and the French, the two most self-centred nations in the universe! I could tell everyone I meet who knows Sarkozy that his name means "ashtray" in Tibetan and they'll never consider disproving it, and you can even tell them that its actual pronunciation is "Saddam" and they'll believe that too. Remember, they who give it the French pronunciation clearly havn't done their homework, so they are the most likely to fall sucker to any nonsense! :))) Evlekis 20:29, 8 May 2007 (UTC)

Shakespeare Link[edit]

William Shakespeare is a current featured article candidate. Any additions to the page are scrutinised by many eyes, and are vigorously rejected if they do not significantly enhance the article. The Cosmos link was, at best, a piece of interesting trivia, and stands no chance of remaining. AndyJones 16:16, 28 June 2007 (UTC)

  • I don't want you to feel I've unfairly excluded your contribution from the article. My personal opinion is that the content of the link is ridiculously trivial. However, don't rely on my opinion. If you think it's valid, feel free to raise it at the talk page. Or, you could consider adding it to the recently-created page on Shakespeare's influence, where at least no-one is currently aiming for FA status. AndyJones 18:34, 28 June 2007 (UTC)

Index.hu[edit]

Nem vagy véletlenül az index.hu fórumán? Ha igen, lenne egy sejtésem, hogy ki vagy.

Image:BangkokThaiColored.png[edit]

Nice work... but what about rising and falling vowels? Please answer to me here if you want. --193.57.156.241 12:32, 21 August 2007 (UTC)

Pages I like[edit]

I like your "Pages I like" list, very interesting stuff! ALTON .ıl 23:25, 31 October 2007 (UTC)

opera[edit]

I have nominated Opera article in wikipedia, If you want please support by adding your link. Here is the link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WP:FAC

AfD nomination of Hungarian jokes[edit]

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Subjunctive or Imperative Mood?[edit]

Hi Adam78, I've noticed that the Hungarian imperative mood (felszólító) is called "subjunctive" (kötőmód) in the Hungarian verbs article. Is this correct? To my knowledge, there is no real subjunctive mood in Hungarian. Thanks in advance. --76.226.113.213 (talk) 18:28, 6 February 2008 (UTC)

I don't know where I should answer you, as you haven't logged in and you don't have a talk page.

Anyway, morphologically speaking, there is only one mood which can be named either way, but syntactically speaking, there is some difference:

  • Azt akarták, hogy elmenjen. – They wanted him to leave ("that he should leave"). [the verbal prefix stays before the verb]
  • Azt mondták: menjen el! – They said, "Go away!" [the verbal prefix follows the verb]

The first sentence is typically subjunctive, rather than imperative. Adam78 (talk) 22:03, 8 February 2008 (UTC)

Thank you for the clarification. I am not an editor in the English Wikipedia, that's why I don't have a talk page. But I do use the Hungarian grammar articles for reference in the English Wiktionary. They are extremely helpful. I am not a linguist and most books use "conjunctive-imperative" instead of subjunctive. That's why I asked you. Thank you for responding. --76.226.113.213 (talk) 03:08, 9 February 2008 (UTC)

As long as we speak about morphology, "conjunctive-imperative" is perfect – maybe the grammar articles you mentioned should also use this term instead of "subjunctive". (I may be wrong but I can only see a difference in terminology between subjunctive and conjunctive, so I don't know why some authors prefer this or that over the other.) Adam78 (talk) 20:25, 9 February 2008 (UTC)

I'm not sure either what the difference is between those two words. Someone is helping me to create Hungarian inflection and conjugation templates in the English Wiktionary. I am supposed to provide the content, while he is providing the template. If you ever feel like participating in this effort, please let me know. I can be reached at [4] --76.226.113.213 (talk) 23:48, 9 February 2008 (UTC)

transylvania[edit]

well to decide on the issue arising out of the article on the place of transylvania throughout history, i think the easiest way would be to refer to the local population and the change of the above between 896 and 1920. at the same time you have to take into account the motivs behind the change of this population and its ethnicity. The fact that a Rumanian kingdom was egsisting on the outside of the karpatian mountains should have no influence on the issue. at the same time there were numerous refugee influxes in hungary throughout history, because the expansion of the turk empire... after the first worldwar every single one of these refugee groups wanted to establish an independent country based on the fact that they didn't mix with the local population and lost their original one to the turks earlier, and new countries were formed on those lands after the fall of the turk empire..... the only nationality that had a country was actually the rumanian, and only in small percentage in transylvania, but they wished to join back to romania, and the romanian government wanted to establish an expansion to the west as one of the winning powers. none the less the resources of transylvania were part of the base of power for the austro-hungarian monarchy, and as that had to be taken off of it, to make sure that there is gonna be no second war against the loosing powers of the first one. so romania's request for the territory of transylvania killed two birds with one stone.... —Preceding unsigned comment added by 83.71.183.206 (talk) 14:54, 25 February 2008 (UTC)

Category:Triumphal arches in Romania[edit]

The category has been nominated for deletion. Basketball110Talk 22:05, 12 April 2008 (UTC)

Category:Words considered as untranslatable up for deletion[edit]

Hi Adam78, just to let you know this category is up for deletion at Wikipedia:Categories_for_discussion/Log/2008_May_24#Category:Words_considered_as_untranslatable. --CapitalR (talk) 22:07, 24 May 2008 (UTC)

Request to move article Zsigmond Kisfaludi Stróbl incomplete[edit]

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Lomb Kató[edit]

Kedves Ádám!

Sajnos nem találom az e_mail cimét,pedig néhány hete úgy rémlik e-maileztünk is, vagy csak a wikipédián írtunk egymásnak? Mindenesetre most nem találom sem az e-mail címét, sem a magyar Wikin az elérhetőségét, ezért írok ide.

Olvastam az egyik Lomb Katót is érintő régebbi angol nyelvű fórumon a hozzászólását, és érdekelne, mi lett az angol nyelvű fordítással. Elkezdte fordítani az Így tanulok nyelveket?

Azt is olvastam, hogy személyesen találkozott Lomb Katóval. Mikor volt ez? Ön még nagyon fiatal lehetett, örülök, hogy ilyen fiatalon érdeklődött iránta és módszere iránt.

Kérem a hevesim@yahoo.com -ra írjon.

Üdvözlettel,

Hevesi Mihály —Preceding unsigned comment added by 84.0.47.217 (talk) 07:26, 26 June 2008 (UTC)

Budapesten forgatott filmek[edit]

Szia!

Igazából nem tudom, hogy jó helyre írok- e, de azok a riportok érdekelnének, amiket a tv2 készített a témában, a magyar wikipedián írtad, hogy a te összeállításod alapján.

Ezeket hol tudom megnézni, mert az archívumban nem találom. Igazából csak képekre lenne szükségem a filmekből.

Köszönöm szépen, ha segítenél, az emailcímem eszter.packy@gmail.com

Üdv! Eszter —Preceding unsigned comment added by 78.131.25.4 (talk) 18:19, 19 June 2009 (UTC)

blue dates[edit]

Dear Adam, I notice you've relinked dates in at least one article. This is contrary to the Manual of Style and should not be done. Tony (talk) 02:05, 13 December 2009 (UTC)

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1 million articles on French Wikipedia[edit]

If the correct date for 1 million articles on the French Wikipedia was 21 September, then how come the article count on the front page was still showing less than 997,400 articles on that day? I have checked the article count on the front page daily since 20 September so I know that it did so. JIP | Talk 12:54, 24 September 2010 (UTC)

See also my comment at Wikipedia talk:Milestone statistics#Date for French to 1 million and, perhaps more importantly, my question at m:Talk:Wikimedia News#French Wikipedia 1-million date. - dcljr (talk) 05:30, 25 September 2010 (UTC)

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Talk:Albert Szent-Györgyi[edit]

Would you mind having a quick look at Talk:Albert Szent-Györgyi#Pronunciation or recommend someone who can help. Thanks Agathoclea (talk) 15:24, 16 September 2011 (UTC)

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Invitation[edit]

Hello!

Currently, the WikiProject Hungary is quite down with only a very limited active users, but I'd like to add some spirit into it. I think you might be interested in the project, therefore I would like to invite you to take a look at this proposal, share your opinion and participate in the life of WikiProject Hungary. If you have questions, ideas or thoughts you can add them on the talkpage of the proposal, here (I watchlist your talkpage) or you can contact me directly on my talk page. Your words are very welcomed!

Thank you!

Kind regards, Thehoboclown (talk) 11:26, 11 May 2012 (UTC)

Hungarian help needed[edit]

Hello Adam78, I'm contacting you because we need some Hungarian translators to help with the deployment of the new VisualEditor on hu.wikipedia. There are help pages, user guides, and description pages that need translating, as well as the interface itself. The translating work is going on over on MediaWiki: Translation Central. I also need help with a personal message for the Hungarian Wikipedians. If you are able to help in any way, either reply here, or head over to TranslationCentral. Thanks for your time, PEarley (WMF) (talk) 01:12, 17 July 2013 (UTC)

Hungarian_language#Compounds[edit]

Hi Adam, in the above page there is an English word frusteredly that according to a native English speaker is not an English word. See his comments here: [5]. I'm not sure how to correct it. Can you please help? Thanks. --Panda10 (talk) 14:36, 29 November 2013 (UTC)

December 2013[edit]

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Bejarano[edit]

Hi, what was the reason for your move: https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Esther_Bejarano&diff=342895478&oldid=17964050 ? Please see for example: http://www.unrast-verlag.de/autor_innen/ednabejarano-799 Greetings, -- 217.227.214.43 (talk) 19:40, 2 January 2014 (UTC)

Szia Ádám! Szeretnék egy térképet Budapestről, ahol Buda fel lenne osztva 4 részre:

  • együtt az II. és a XII. kerületek,
  • a XI. és a XXII. kerületek,
  • külön az I. kerület
  • külön a III. kerület.

Esetleg segítenél, hogy kell csinálni?

Válaszod előre is köszönöm. - - Globetrotter19 (talk) 11:19, 7 March 2014 (UTC)

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