Szia Szepszaju!!!

English translation: pretty-mouth

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Hungarian term or phrase:szepszaju
English translation:pretty-mouth

15:08 Dec 19, 2003
Hungarian to English translations [Non-PRO]
Hungarian term or phrase: Szia Szepszaju!!!
greeting in an e-mail.
Roni
Hello, you pretty-mouthed!
Explanation:
It's a very uncommon, but interesting greeting. He/she greets somebody, who has a pretty/nice mouth. :)

Szia = hello, hi
szép = pretty, nice
szájú = mouthed
száj = mouth

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Note added at 2003-12-19 16:13:44 (GMT)
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You can say pretty-lipped, too. But the question was mouth and not lips.
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Katalin Szilárd
Hungary
Local time: 07:38
Grading comment
This was very good. My boyfriend is from Hungary so this is more than likely correct. He was using hungarian slanged terms.
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5Hello, you pretty-mouthed!
Katalin Szilárd


  

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Hello, you pretty-mouthed!


Explanation:
It's a very uncommon, but interesting greeting. He/she greets somebody, who has a pretty/nice mouth. :)

Szia = hello, hi
szép = pretty, nice
szájú = mouthed
száj = mouth

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Note added at 2003-12-19 16:13:44 (GMT)
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You can say pretty-lipped, too. But the question was mouth and not lips.

Katalin Szilárd
Hungary
Local time: 07:38
Native speaker of: Native in HungarianHungarian
PRO pts in pair: 1022
Grading comment
This was very good. My boyfriend is from Hungary so this is more than likely correct. He was using hungarian slanged terms.
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