Category:Hungarian countable and uncountable nouns

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This category includes nouns that have a countable and an uncountable sense, including ethnonyms, originally countable nouns, which is then transferred to the language of this people as an uncountable noun. It also includes certain mass nouns, which are originally uncountable but may sometimes be also used as countable nouns and thus their plural may be formed, for example when they refer to types (of the given material, like wines (types of wines)), servings or containers (comprising a unit of that material, like coffees (cups of cofee)), and materials (made out of that material, like golds (gold medals)).

See also: Category:Hungarian uncountable nouns.

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