The imprecation is really quite harmless, as are many other of the dreadful things attributed to the magyars.
But there is something very strange in the composition of the magyars.
Among the magyars in Hungary the midsummer fire-festival is marked by the same features that meet us in so many parts of Europe.
The news came from Gaa that the magyars there had got the upper hand.
During one night, at all events, this church caused the magyars much annoyance.
Save for the officials there were practically no magyars in Pančevo.
When Kalta found that her scheme had failed she was still more vexed, so she secretly sent for the magyars to teach her conjuring.
These magyars, by the way, seem not to have been noticed by Mr. Beaumont.
I ground enormous quantities, for the magyars like all their food strongly seasoned with the condiment.
Frya was their war-cry, and they drove back the Finns and magyars like children.
"a Hungarian," 1797, the people's native name. As an adjective by 1828.