Hungary meaning

hŭnggə-rē
A country of central Europe. The area was successively under Roman, Hunnish, Gothic, and Slavic rule before being conquered by Magyars in the late ninth century. Saint Stephen converted them to Christianity and subsequently established the first Hungarian state c. 997. Ruled by the Ottoman Turks after 1526, it later passed to Habsburg control, under which it became part of Austria-Hungary in 1867. In 1918 it achieved independence again. A Communist regime was established in 1949 and was replaced in 1989 by a democratic republic. Budapest is the capital and the largest city.
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(place) Country in SC Europe: 35,919 sq mi (93,030 sq km); cap. Budapest.
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Country in Europe. Official name: Hungary (Magyarország).
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Origin of hungary

  • From Medieval Latin Hungaria.

    From Wiktionary