Re: [S-R] Re: Baptism and other Records, Hungarian language
- Thanks, again.
So does it look like this is a baptism record? Who is
being baptized? There is no name of child, or what sex
it was, and no god-parents. There are several years
of records like this.
is the last column and always left blank.
--- Frank <frankur@...> wrote:
> Accent marks are very important in reading Hungarian__________________________________
> , a non-
> Slavic language.
> Lack of the required accent marks can change word
> Krisztus = (Jesus) Christ
> ur J�zus
> �r = master, gentleman, lord
> �ram = Lord
> az �r = the Lord
> perhaps the lord Jesus Christ or
> Krisztus egyh�z (church)
> sz�let�se = birth
> ut�n = after
> �vben = year
> vezet�k = surname
> �s = and
> kereszt-n�ve = christening name
> vall�sa = religion of
> polgari �ll�sa = occupation (status)
> lakhelye = place of residence
> no"s�l = married
> hardon = single/unmarried
> nem = gender/sex
> I think Mariassy is a Hungarian surname .
> Some abbreviations used for various denominations :
> Hungarian English
> rk.-RK. r�mai katholikus Roman Catholic
> gk. GK. g�r�g katholikus Greek
> kg. KG. keleti g�r�g Greek Oriental
> (Eastern Orthodox)
> ag. AG. �gostai Evangelical (Lutheran)
> ref. REF. reform�tus Reformed (Calvinist)
> izr. IZR. izraelita Israelite (Jewish)
> a tan�k = witnesses
> vezet�k = surname/family name
> �s = and
> kereszt-n�ve = christening/baptism name
> polgari �ll�sa = civil status
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