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Sunday, 25 July 2010

HUNGARIAN NAMES DAY

NAMES DAY IN HUNGARY IS IMPORTANT
Wish loved ones happy names day

January

   1. Fruzsina
   2. Ábel
   3. Genovéva, Benjámin
   4. Titusz, Leona
   5. Simon
   6. Boldizsár
   7. Attila, Ramóna
   8. Gyöngyvér
   9. Marcell
  10. Melánia
  11. Ágota
  12. Ernő
  13. Veronika
  14. Bódog
  15. Lóránt, Loránd
  16. Gusztáv
  17. Antal, Antónia
  18. Piroska
  19. Sára, Márió
  20. Fábián, Sebestyén
  21. Ágnes
  22. Vince, Artúr
  23. Zelma, Rajmund
  24. Timót
  25. Pál (or Paul)
  26. Vanda, Paula
  27. Angelika
  28. Károly, Karola
  29. Adél
  30. Martina, Gerda
  31. Marcella

           

February

   1. Ignác
   2. Karolina, Aida
   3. Balázs
   4. Ráhel, Csenge
   5. Ágota, Ingrid
   6. Dorottya, Dóra
   7. Tódor, Rómeó
   8. Aranka
   9. Abigél, Alex
  10. Elvira
  11. Bertold, Marietta
  12. Lídia, Lívia
  13. Ella, Linda
  14. Bálint, Valentin
  15. Kolos, Georgina
  16. Julianna, Lilla
  17. Donát
  18. Bernadett
  19. Zsuzsanna
  20. Aladár, Álmos
  21. Eleonóra
  22. Gerzson
  23. Alfréd
  24. *Mátyás
  25. *Géza
  26. *Edina
  27. *Ákos, Bátor
  28. *Elemér

* In leap years, name days after the 23rd are celebrated one day later.
           

March

   1. Albin
   2. Lujza
   3. Kornélia
   4. Kázmér
   5. Adorján, Adrián
   6. Leonóra, Inez
   7. Tamás
   8. Zoltán
   9. Franciska, Fanni
  10. Ildikó
  11. Szilárd
  12. Gergely
  13. Krisztián, Ajtony
  14. Matild
  15. Kristóf
  16. Henrietta
  17. Gertrúd, Patrik
  18. Sándor, Ede
  19. József, Bánk
  20. Klaudia,
  21. Benedek
  22. Beáta, Izolda, Lea
  23. Emőke
  24. Gábor, Karina
  25. Irén, Írisz
  26. Emánuel
  27. Hajnalka
  28. Gedeon, Johanna
  29. Auguszta
  30. Zalán
  31. Árpád

           

April

   1. Hugó
   2. Áron
   3. Buda, Richárd
   4. Izidor
   5. Vince
   6. Vilmos, Bíborka
   7. Herman
   8. Dénes
   9. Erhard
  10. Zsolt
  11. Leó, Szaniszló
  12. Gyula
  13. Ida
  14. Tibor
  15. Anasztázia, Tas
  16. Csongor
  17. Rudolf
  18. Andrea, Ilma
  19. Emma
  20. Tivadar
  21. Konrád
  22. Csilla, Noémi
  23. Béla
  24. György
  25. Márk
  26. Ervin
  27. Zita
  28. Valéria
  29. Péter
  30. Katalin, Kitti

           

May

   1. Fülöp, Jakab
   2. Zsigmond
   3. Tímea, Irma
   4. Mónika, Flórián
   5. Györgyi
   6. Ivett, Frida
   7. Gizella
   8. Mihály
   9. Gergely
  10. Ármin, Pálma
  11. Ferenc
  12. Pongrác
  13. Szervác, Imola
  14. Bonifác
  15. Zsófia, Szonja
  16. Mózes, Botond
  17. Paszkál
  18. Erik, Alexandra
  19. Ivó, Milán
  20. Bernát, Felícia
  21. Konstantin
  22. Júlia, Rita
  23. Dezső
  24. Eszter, Eliza
  25. Orbán
  26. Fülöp, Evelin
  27. Hella
  28. Emil, Csanád
  29. Magdolna
  30. Janka, Zsanett
  31. Angéla, Petronella

           

June

   1. Tünde
   2. Kármen, Anita
   3. Klotild, Cecília
   4. Bulcsú
   5. Fatime, Fatima
   6. Norbert, Cintia
   7. Róbert
   8. Medárd
   9. Félix
  10. Margit, Gréta
  11. Barnabás
  12. Villő
  13. Antal, Anett
  14. Vazul
  15. Jolán, Vid
  16. Jusztin
  17. Laura, Alida
  18. Arnold, Levente
  19. Gyárfás
  20. Rafael
  21. Alajos, Leila
  22. Paulina
  23. Zoltán
  24. Iván
  25. Vilmos
  26. János, Pál
  27. László
  28. Levente, Irén
  29. Péter, Pál
  30. Pál

July

   1. Tihamér, Annamária
   2. Ottó
   3. Kornél, Soma
   4. Ulrik
   5. Emese, Sarolta
   6. Csaba
   7. Apollónia
   8. Ellák
   9. Lukrécia
  10. Amália
  11. Nóra, Lili
  12. Izabella, Dalma
  13. Jenő
  14. Örs, Stella
  15. Henrik, Roland, Örkény
  16. Valter
  17. Endre, Elek
  18. Frigyes
  19. Emília
  20. Illés
  21. Dániel, Daniella
  22. Magdolna
  23. Lenke
  24. Kinga, Kincső
  25. Kristóf, Jakab
  26. Anna, Anikó
  27. Olga, Liliána
  28. Szabolcs
  29. Márta, Flóra
  30. Judit, Xénia
  31. Oszkár

           

August

   1. Boglárka
   2. Lehel
   3. Hermina
   4. Domonkos, Dominika
   5. Krisztina
   6. Berta, Bettina
   7. Ibolya
   8. László
   9. Emőd
  10. Lőrinc
  11. Zsuzsanna, Tiborc
  12. Klára
  13. Ipoly
  14. Marcell
  15. Mária
  16. Ábrahám
  17. Jácint
  18. Ilona
  19. Huba
  20. István
  21. Sámuel, Hajna
  22. Menyhért, Mirjam
  23. Bence
  24. Bertalan
  25. Lajos, Patrícia
  26. Izsó
  27. Gáspár
  28. Ágoston
  29. Beatrix, Erna
  30. Rózsa
  31. Erika, Bella

           

September

   1. Egyed, Egon
   2. Rebeka, Dorina
   3. Hilda
   4. Rozália
   5. Viktor, Lőrinc
   6. Zakariás
   7. Regina
   8. Mária, Adrienn
   9. Ádám
  10. Nikolett, Hunor
  11. Teodóra
  12. Mária
  13. Kornél
  14. Szeréna, Roxána
  15. Enikő, Melitta
  16. Edit
  17. Zsófia
  18. Diána
  19. Vilhelmina
  20. Friderika
  21. Máté, Mirella
  22. Móric
  23. Tekla, Líviusz
  24. Gellért, Mercédesz
  25. Eufrozina, Kende
  26. Jusztina
  27. Adalbert
  28. Vencel
  29. Mihály
  30. Jeromos

           

October

   1. Malvin
   2. Petra
   3. Helga
   4. Ferenc
   5. Aurél
   6. Brúnó, Renáta
   7. Amália
   8. Koppány
   9. Dénes
  10. Gedeon
  11. Brigitta
  12. Miksa
  13. Kálmán, Ede
  14. Helén
  15. Teréz
  16. Gál
  17. Hedvig
  18. Lukács
  19. Nándor
  20. Vendel
  21. Orsolya
  22. Előd
  23. Gyöngyi
  24. Salamon
  25. Blanka, Bianka
  26. Dömötör
  27. Szabina
  28. Simon, Szimonetta
  29. Nárcisz
  30. Alfonz
  31. Farkas

           

November

   1. Marianna
   2. Achilles
   3. Győző
   4. Károly
   5. Imre
   6. Lénárd
   7. Rezső
   8. Zsombor
   9. Tivadar
  10. Réka
  11. Márton
  12. Jónás, Renátó
  13. Szilvia
  14. Aliz
  15. Albert, Lipót
  16. Ödön
  17. Hortenzia, Gergő
  18. Jenő
  19. Erzsébet
  20. Jolán
  21. Olivér
  22. Cecília
  23. Kelemen, Klementina
  24. Emma
  25. Katalin
  26. Virág
  27. Virgil
  28. Stefánia
  29. Taksony
  30. András, Andor

           

December

   1. Elza
   2. Melinda, Vivien
   3. Ferenc
   4. Borbála, Barbara
   5. Vilma
   6. Miklós
   7. Ambrus
   8. Mária
   9. Natália
  10. Judit
  11. Árpád, Árpádina
  12. Gabriella
  13. Luca, Otília
  14. Szilárda
  15. Valér
  16. Etelka, Aletta
  17. Lázár, Olimpia
  18. Auguszta
  19. Viola
  20. Teofil
  21. Tamás
  22. Zénó
  23. Viktória
  24. Ádám, Éva
  25. Eugénia
  26. István
  27. János
  28. Kamilla
  29. Tamás, Tamara
  30. Dávid
  31. Szilveszter

SOURCE: wikipedia

Hungarians not only have birthday, but nameday as well. Birthdays are usually celebrated just in immediate family. Namedays, however are widely known and celebrated. Each acceptable first name is assigned to one or more days of the calendar, based on religious traditions, historical events, birthday of a famous person who had the same first name, or on other facts. Well, in Hungary there are official first names to choose from, - but this is really a big list with almost all of the names that would be a real choice in a Hungarian family. But Hungarian parents must choose a first name from that list to their child.
Namedays are celebrated in work places, among friends and - of course - in the family. People usually give flowers, dessert or small gifts as present. There are smaller or larger parties to celebrate this day. On a day with a popular name you can see people with flowers on the streets, on buses, actually everywhere. You can find today's name on the top of this page, or you can take a look at my monthly tables below.
Another interesting fact is that in Hungary the first name is the last and the last is the first. It means you should change your first and last name to fit Hungarian customs. Famous composer Bela Bartok was called Bartok Bela in Hungarian.
Finally, the name of a woman can be confusing to those unfamiliar with this custom. The bride has a chance to choose from 3 possibilities.
·  1. She may keep her maiden name in the marriage.
·  2. She may keep her last name (that is first in English) and uses her husband's
first name. This is similar to the customs in other countries and has become more and more popular recently.
·  3. By the old Hungarian custom, the bride got the entire name of her groom with a -ne suffix at the end. Even though she was called by her previous first name no one could find it out from her official name.

 

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