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> Toth, as well as being a last name, also is the HungarianAnton To'th was the local priest at Pavlovce who married them. The traditional Slovak word is pleba'n (ple'ba'nos, "parish priest" in Hungarian).
> word meaning an ethnic Slovak.
To'th first meant "a Slav" in Hungarian, then specifically "a Slovak," and then it was replaced by the current _Szlova'k_. Last names derived from ethnicity are quite common in Central Europe. One of the most common names in Slovakia is Horvat(h), a Hungarian version of "Croatian" (over 16,000); at least 15,000 people in Slovakia have last names derived from "German" (Nemec, Nemc~ok, Nemcovsky'...); etc.