But clear signs of the decay of the dualist and of the growth of an extreme nationalist Magyar spirit were already visible.
The Hungarian, or Magyar, regiments were probably in the majority.
"Every little clerk in the village looked down on me, because I didn't speak the official language, Magyar," Mlinek said to me.
First Fanny wrote to her parents in German, on the last page in Magyar to me.
Then the boy learned Magyar at college and, long before he was appointed mayor, had become a Magyar.
They would not surrender the Magyar priority in this respect either.
But your patriotism recalls dangerously the restaurant Magyar, the fiddler in the frogged coat.
Did you ever read any Angleesh books—or do you do most of your reading in Magyar?
Yet the Ottoman answer was as brim full of ethnological and antiquarian sympathy as the Magyar address.
But to understand the Magyar music you must apprehend the Magyar's character.
"a Hungarian," 1797, the people's native name. As an adjective by 1828.