H

 

ha = if

had- = forms words relating to army

hadi = military

hadkiegészito = refers to the army reserves

hadnagy = lieutenant, second lieutenant, commandant, captain, general

hajadon = single girl, unmarried

hajdani = the late, deceased

hajnali = at dawn

hajós = river sailor, sailor, seaman

hal = die

halál = death

halál neme = cause of death

halál oka = cause of death

halalnak = death

haláloka = cause of death

halálozás = death

halálozás éve és napja = date of death [year and date]

halálozási hir = death notice

halálozások = deaths [burials]

halász = fisherman

haldoklók szentsége = last rites

halott = dead person

halott neve = name of deceased

halottak = deaths, dead persons

halottak anyakönyve = Death

halotti jegyzökönyv = death register

halottkémlei kimutatás szerinti betegség es halámód = illness and cause of death according to death certificate

halt meg = died

halva = dead

halva született = stillborn

hány = how much, how many

harangozó = bell ringer

harmadik = 3rd

harmados = third-cropper

harminc = 30

harmincadik = 30th

harmincegy = 31

harmincegyedik = 31st

három = 3

háromszáz = 300

háromszázadik = 300th

has = abdomen

használati = consumer goods

hat = 6

határ = border, boundary

hatodik = 6th

hátrahagyott = surviving

hátramaradt = surviving person

hatvan = 60

hatvanadik = 60th

häusler = cottager / a person who has a little house with some land, but also is a farmhand on a bigger farm

hava = month, month of

ház = house, home

házaló = itinerant vendor, peddler, selling door to door / door to door salesman, beggar

házas = married

hazaspar = married couple

házasság = marriage

házasságok = marriages

hazassagon kivul szuletett gyermek = child born out of wedlock

házasságra léptek = to enter marriage

házasságtörö = adulterer

házastárs = spouse, marriage partner

hazasulando = person to be married

házasultak = marriage, married persons, the ones getting married

házasultak anyakönyve = marriage register

hazbiro = man collecting taxes from lodgers

házi asszony = housewife

házmester = bailiff

háznépösszeirás = listing of residents

házszám = house number

háztartás = domestic, "housewife"

háztartásbeli = housewife, housekeeping

háztartási alkalmazott = domestic servant

háztartó, házvezetö = domestic

hectare = 2,471 acres = 100 Ar [ie 12.000 square yards] = 10.000 m2

hegedüs = violinist, fiddler

hegy = mountain

helvét = Reformed, Calvinist protestant

helvétikus = Reformed, Calvinist protestant

hely = place

helybeli = local, of this place

helyes = correct

helyett = instead of

helység = place, locality

helységnévtár = gazetteer

helytörténet = local history

hentes = butcher, slaughterer, meat-man

herceg = duke and / or prince [placed before name]

hereszteles eve es napja = date of baptism

hét = 7, week

hetedik = 7th

hetek = weeks

hétfö = Monday

hetven = 70

hetvenedik = 70th

heves- [...something] = acute-

hiányzik = missing

hiba = mistake, error

hid = bridge

him = male

himnemö = male

himzönö = embroider

hirdet = to announce, to publish

hirdetés = proclamation, banns

hirdetö = public crier

hirdetve = announced

hirlapiró = journalist

hitközség = congregation

hitoktató = religious teacher

hitszónok = preacher

hittanitó = religious teacher

hitvallása = his / her religion

hitvallasa es polgari allasa = his / her religion and occupation

hitves = spouse

hivatal = office, bureau; calling, occupation

hivatalnok = official, civil servant, clerk

hivatas = occupation, profession

ho = head or man person

= month

hodaja = in Banat, the common name for a [small] farm in the field, outside the village. The origin of the word could be the Romanian hodaie [odaie].

hodaie / odaie [in Romanian language] = room, guest’s room or a daily living room, dwelling, chalet; a construction used only temporary during the year; warehouse in the countryside. In some dialects of the Romanian language hodaie [odaie] means even a house or an isolated house from the village; manor; mansion; hamlet; an improvised building from beams or boards situated away from the village and serving as shelter for shepherds, foresters, farmers or even for animals; warehouse from the countryside made from massive beams to shelter the tools and the products; the room of the sheepfold where the cheese and the green ewe cheese is prepared and kept; shanty; an enclosed place near a grass-land where the cows were closed during the night; big grass-land took in rent; stable; shed; barn. In Romanian language, it’s seams that the word is borrowed from the Turkish oda or from Bulgarian language. In Serbian language the word is odaja.

hodály [in Hungarian language] = room, sheepfold, (head)shepherd. It’s seams that the word is borrowed from Romanian language.

hogy = that

hogyan = how

högyész = ermine hunter

hol = where

hold = hungarian measure of land area [5751,2 m2]

hölgy = lady

holnap = tomorrow

holt = death

holtak = dead persons, the dead

holttnak = dead or death

hónap = month

hónapja = month of

honos = native

honossága = citizenship of, his nationality

honpolgárság = citizenship

honvéd = essentially the hungarian national guard, soldier

hordár  = porter

hörgo = bronchia

horvát = Croatian

hosszan = for a long time

hosszú = long

hova = where

húga = his / her younger sister

húsz = 20

huszadik = 20th

huszonegy = 21

huszonegyedik = 21th

huszonharmadik = 23th

huszonhárom = 23

huszonhat = 26

huszonhatodik = 26th

huszonhét = 27

huszonhetedik = 27th

huszonkettedik = 22th

huszonkettö = 22

huszonkilenc = 29

huszonkilencedik = 29th

huszonnégy = 24

huszonnegyedik = 24th

huszonnyolc = 28

huszonnyolcadik = 28th

huszonöt = 25

huszonötödik = 25th

huzamosan = prolonged

 

 

DISEASES

hagymáz = typhoid fever, typhus

hagymázos-láz = typhoid fever, typhus

halálos sérülést szenvedett = fatally injured

halva születet = born dead, abort

hany = to vomit

hányás = vomiting

hártyalob = kindling / firing

hasgyulladas = has+gyulladas = abdomen + inflammation

hashártyagyulladás = has+hártya+gyuladás = abdomen+peel+inflammation = abdomen peel's inflammation, peritonitis

hashártyalob = has+hártyalob = guts / bowels + kindling / firing; peritonitis

hasi hagymaz = typhoid fever

hasmenés = dysentery, diarrhea

hastifusz = literally “abdomen typhus”; typhoid fever, typhus; an acute, infectious disease caused by several micro organism species transmitted by lice and fleas and characterized by acute prostration, high fever, depression, delirium, headache, and a peculiar eruption of reddish spots on the body. The epidemic or classic form is louse borne; the endemic or murine is flea borne

hátgerincsorvadás = literally “atrophy of vertebras”

hektika = tuberculosis, consumption

heregyulladás = orchitis [testicular inflammation ?]

heves- [...something] = acute-

(h)idegláz = typhus, typhoid fever

hideglelés [now called "hidegrázás"] = intermittent fever; chills; shivers; fit of ague, the shivers e.g.: malaria

hidegrázás = intermittent fever; shivers; fit of ague, the shivers e.g.: malaria

himlö = pox, smallpox

hökhurut = whooping cough

hólyaggyulladás = cystitis

hörghurut = bronchitis

hörglob = bronchitis

hörgőcslob = bronchiolus inflammation

hőrgőcske = bronchiolus

hőrgősclob = bronchial infection or bronchiectasis

hurut = cold (in the head), acute/chronic inflammation of the membrane of an organ with a lot of secretions

hurut köhögés = whooping cough

húgvérüség = uremia

húgykö = literally “stone in urine”

húsdaganat = literally “meat tumor/swelling”