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This sentence was initially added as a translation of sentence #2278644.
added by bandeirante, September 20, 2014 at 1:27 AM
edited by bandeirante, November 19, 2019 at 6:58 AM
Amazing. Turkish and Hungarian aren't really related, are they?
Ah, I see you wrote a comment to the Hungarian sentence.
There are some more words in common yet.
Z.B.: Ziege, Bart, Henne usf.
We've much more to do with Turkish than with Finnish, I think.
However, they aren't really similar. (They aren't similar at all.)
(These use suffixes and don't distinguish between "he" and "she".)
All of the words of the Hungarian sentence: "Zsebemben sok kicsi alma van." are of Turkic origin (though borrowed from different Turkic languages), EXCEPT 'van', which The Tower of Babel claims to be from Proto-Nostratic *woɣlV > Proto-Altaic *ṑlu (which became 'var' in Turkish) and Proto-Uralic *wole- (which became 'van' in Hungarian).
and a sentence about Finnish-Hungarian relationship: #7276756