Hungarophile

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Hungaro- +‎ -phile

Noun[edit]

Hungarophile (plural Hungarophiles)

  1. One who loves Hungary, the Hungarian people or Hungarian culture.
    • 2004, András Bán (author), Tim Wilkinson (translator), Hungarian-British Diplomacy 1938–1941: The Attempt to Maintain Relations, London; Portland, Oregon: Frank Cass, ISBN 0714656607, part I, chapter 3, page 36:
      Tyler was a Hungarophile in whom Teleki and Horthy had implicit trust, even to the extent of letting him in on certain confidential decisions and secret plans.

Adjective[edit]

Hungarophile (comparative more Hungarophile, superlative most Hungarophile)

  1. Loving Hungary, the Hungarian people or Hungarian culture.
    • 2006, Miklós Lojkó, Meddling in Middle Europe: Britain and the 'Lands Between', 1919–1925, Budapest: Central European University Press, ISBN 9637326375, part I, chapter 1.2, page 24:
      The accession of a new administration in Paris, replacing Poincaré and Clemenceau in January 1920, under president Paul Deschanel and Prime Minister Alexandre Millerand who was also Foreign Minister, inaugurated a Hungarophile phase in French foreign policy.

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