inas

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Hungarian[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

ín + -as

Adjective[edit]

inas (not comparable)

  1. tendinous, sinewy, (of meat) stringy

Etymology 2[edit]

Controversial origin

  • Nominal derivation of the adjective inas.
  • From a Slavic language, compare Slovak junoš (young man).

Noun[edit]

inas (plural inasok)

  1. apprentice
  2. valet, man-servant, footman
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