nyár

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Hungarian[edit]

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Etymology 1[edit]

From Proto-Uralic *ńorɜ (marsh)

Noun[edit]

nyár (plural nyárak)

  1. poplar
  2. (obsolete) marsh (the original meaning of the word, now obsolete)
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Etymology 2[edit]

Controversial origin:[1]

Noun[edit]

nyár (plural nyarak)

  1. summer
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  1. ^ CZEGLÉDI, Katalin: The Linguistic Background of the Scythian-Hunnish-Avar-Hungarian Continuity. Journal of Eurasian Studies, Volume I., Issue 4. / October — December 2009. Page 84. ISSN 1877-4199.