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similar words in finnish and hungarian?

Hi all,

I would be interested to collect all the similar words in the finnish and hungarian (I mean those, which are almost possible to understand in the both languages) Any ideas?

for example do you understand this?

käsikranaatti
käsi
vesi
kaksi
neljä
kala
elämä
elää
mennä

and is there more?
Tyű, már itt tart a nyelvben a fazon? >smile
29.
FindMe
12 vuosi
smile no comment
28.
.Apu apua !!!
12 vuosi
Elnézést a többiektől.
27.
Gever
12 vuosi
Szopd le magad hídba te kis pöcs, aztán meg húzdd le magad a fosoddal együtt...
26.
Gever
12 vuosi
Ezt a szart hogy kell finnül mondani:
szopd le a faszom te mocskos gecisszájú büdös kurva
25.
nagy_faszu
12 vuosi
Hello Apua!
Kánikula is the same as "hőség" in Hungarian.
24.
zsuzsi2170
12 vuosi
hello!
kánikula means the very-very hot summer weather.
23.
rasmusgirl
12 vuosi
Hi FindMe!
At first, I have to thank you for your contribution.
I was born and grow up in Germany. My parents came from Hungary. So, I understand Hungarian very well but my spelling
is alas really bad (my english too!).
I looked up for "laji" again and if I may belief my dictionary it means:
Laji - faj, fajta, osztály, minöség, mód;
The other way round means:
fajta [~t, ~ja, ~k] - 1. (biol) alalaji; ...
2. (nemzetség) suku, rotu, laji 3. ...
I looked for similar appreciations too because in thousand years the languages grew and adapted. Thanks again for help and spending your time.

Can sombody characterize "kánikula" or alike in Hungarian? I heard it two years ago in the news.

greeting from munich
22.
.Apu apua !!!
12 vuosi
"falyta" is fajta in its right form, and it's not alike according to this, i think. "ragaszhez" is wrong, but i looked up 'rakas' in the dictionary, and it means: lovely,dear,nice. But there's a verb ragaszkodni [smoebody]-hez/-höz/-hoz, which means glue-self-to-it-because (s)he likes it, (ragaszkodó means clinging), or to insist to.
21.
FindMe
12 vuosi
Well, somewhere i read that "haver" is one of the words that come from hebrew/jiddis language.
20.
FindMe
12 vuosi



Suomi - Magyar

taitaa - hajt
tarttua - tart
vanha - vén
roska - rosz
veistää - vés
pää - fö´´
jää - jég
huone - hon
kaveri - haver
(taka)na - el(taka)r
laji - falyta
pelko - félelem
"sora - szór"
"rakas - ragaszhez"
"loukata - lyuk"
luistaa - csúsz
(kyt)keä - rá(köt)
kyynel - könny
lappu - lap
... ... ..
Everybody forward in thise wise
19.
.Apu apua !!!
12 vuosi
Moi,

Yes, i at the end of the words is pronounced.
And actually in finnish every letter is pronounced and as it is written, exept -ng or -nk, which is pronounced more together as so called äng-sound.

Though as a native speaker i don't hear it obscure smile

Noora
18.
nony2504
12 vuosi
Hi!
I've got a question. Is the -i at the end of Finnish words pronounced? In words such as "Helsinki", "paakaupunki". I heard it to be very obscure in a learning "tapescript" which I downloaded.
17.
FindMe
12 vuosi
'eme' is an Ancient Hungarian word and meant mother, from it derived the word 'emse' that meant 'mother of an animal'.
16.
Lin
12 vuosi
Hi,

EMÄ in finnish means mother of an animal actually, It could be also old way of saying mother.
Mother in finnish is ÄITI otherwise.
15.
nony2504
12 vuosi
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