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  • proper n. Plural form of Magyar.

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Examples

  • It seems to me that the Magyars are a proud people much interested in their history and their heroes.

    The Magyar Venus

  • The German nobles were not willing for any foreign prince to govern them, and yet they saw that they must unite to defend their country against the invasions of the barbarians called Magyars (ma-järz ').

    Famous Men of the Middle Ages

  • Gradually, however, Europe recovered from the onslaughts of the Vikings and the Magyars, and order and prosperity threw up new buildings and new building types.

    Early medieval architecture: a story of castles and churches

  • Neither did the Magyars or the clergy who often put us up for the night in the monasteries.

    Two Sides of One Half

  • France didn't borrow Hungary's away strip at the 1978 World Cup, but they did face the Magyars wearing the green and white hoops of local Argentinian side Kimberley black-and-white TVs causing problems againand Switzerland and Scotland had similar TV issues in a 1957 World Cup qualifier.

    Which teams have had to wear their opponents' kit? | The Knowledge

  • The German public was as fascinated by the young prince as we would be today: though in a world threatened by Vikings, Magyars and Saracens, much more was at stake in the birth of an heir.

    The life of an Anglo-Saxon princess

  • Rather more seriously, the Getzi family of the narrator's grandmother are presented as being Romanian speakers, when clearly they would much more likely have been Magyars trapped the wrong side of the border by the Treaty of Trianon.

    October Books 2) The Historian

  • We'll leave some of my ancestors - the Native American ones (in the last few centuries), the Magyars (a few centuries before those) and Jews (a long time ago) - out of it.

    Unlike Denzel or Will, the "Book of Eli" is coming

  • The soldiers, both Magyars and Finns, were waiting quietly in their positions, listening to the distant sound of gunfire which was slowly drawing closer to them.

    DBTL 19A: Testvér a Testvérért

  • For six long weeks, the Magyars had faced the enemy on the front lines, sharing the Finnish victories and defeats, and suffering the same hardships and privations as their northern comrades-in-arms.

    DBTL 19A: Testvér a Testvérért

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