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17:44 Aug 17, 2000
Hungarian to English translations [Non-PRO]
Hungarian term or phrase: szivecském
Szia Szivecském. It was written in the beginning of a letter from a sweet girl who was at vacation in Hungary.
Emanuel Nilsson
English translation:Hi sweetie
Explanation:
"Szivecském" derives from "szivem" = my heart (literall) - stem: sziv = heart.

This form is a diminutive of 'szivem' which is used to address somebody's loved one (stylistically equivalent to "sweetheart")

So, the diminutive and more personal form would be "sweety"
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xxxjwzest
Local time: 02:25
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One hell of a great service! =)
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3 days 17 hrs
Hi sweetie


Explanation:
"Szivecském" derives from "szivem" = my heart (literall) - stem: sziv = heart.

This form is a diminutive of 'szivem' which is used to address somebody's loved one (stylistically equivalent to "sweetheart")

So, the diminutive and more personal form would be "sweety"

xxxjwzest
Local time: 02:25
Native speaker of: Hungarian
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One hell of a great service! =)
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