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Explanation: a szószerinti utolsó név többszörösen félrevezető, mert a "családi név, vagy vezetéknév" a magyarban előbb áll, mint a keresztnév, vagy utónév. A vezetéknév a vezet, elől áll és a név összepárosításából származik.
Explanation: "gyevat" there is no English translation for this word. However:the Hungarian "gy" has exactly the same sound as "ď" in Slovak.
So,"gyevat"(in Hungarian) = "ďeväť" (number 9 in Slovak) meaning number "nine" in English or "kilenc = 9" in Hungarian.
It is a historical fact, that Slovak, or other Slav words and German etc. were incorporated into the Hungarian language and such words are used even today. Surnames were written and documented in Hungarian up until 1918 in the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy, ignoring the wishes of many of their citizens.
I hope this explanation is satisfactory.
Apolonia Vanova Canada Local time: 19:17 Native speaker of: Slovak, English PRO pts in pair: 4