Definition of Hungarian capital
1. Noun. Capital and largest city of Hungary; located on the Danube River in north-central Hungary.
Generic synonyms: National Capital
Group relationships: Hungary, Magyarorszag, Republic Of Hungary
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hungarian Capital
Literary usage of Hungarian capital
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Gazetteer of the World: Or, Dictionary of Geographical Knowledge, Compiled edited by Royal Geographical Society Great Britain (1856)
"A recent anonymous visitor of the Hungarian capital says: "The same impatience which ... The aspect of the Hungarian capital, however, with its double city, ..."
2. The Oriental World: A Record of Travel, Adventure and Exploration in Russia by Thomas Wallace Knox (1889)
"... by the Floods—Lying in Clover—What I Saw in the Hungarian capital—" The Poor Folk's Bath "—Rather Warm Quarters- life Among the Magyars—The "Miffs"of an ..."
3. Austria in 1848-49: Being a History of the Late Political Movements in by William Henry Stiles (1852)
"He was murdered on the spot, and his scarcely lifeless body dragged through the streets of the Hungarian capital. This horrible deed was the act of an ..."
4. Modern Germany: Her Political and Economic Problems, Her Policy, Her by J. Ellis Barker (1905)
"Fifty years ago more than half of the inhabitants of the Hungarian capital were Germans ; in 1888, 33 per cent. of the population were Germans ..."
5. Modern Germany: Her Political and Economic Problems, Her Foreign and by J. Ellis Barker (1907)
"Fifty years ago more than half of the inhabitants of the Hungarian capital were Germans ; in 1888, 33 per cent. of the population were Germans ; in 1890, ..."