Aimor Koirie Nelde

Aimor Koirie Nelde

SandorJozsefBenedek

I tolquea, neterquea, ar yuquain minya ré Súlimeo *maisinwe nar mí Mayar *auronótie. Nante i ré Sándor (Alexander), József (Joseph), ar Benedek (Benedictus), ar Mayaron úme tensi istar i yára *lienolwea eques "Sándor, József, Benedek, zsákban hozzák a meleget": Sándor, József, Benedek kolir áre pokosse, ya tea i epe hríve koirea áre senyave entule i arinye auressen Súlimeo (*amnúra naite nése nó i ilúvea laukatáre).

Lie tensi *merenyar *esseri Mayarnóresse - uman ilya aimo sáme ré i *auronótiesse, ar tana ré né i *essere aiqueno arwa imya esseo. Si auressen nante rie en enta tyarwe merenden ar yulmen...


The eighteenth, nineteenth, and twenty-first days of March are famous in the Hungarian calendar. They are the days of Sándor (Alexander), József (Joseph), and Benedek (Benedictus), and a lot of Hungarians still know the old folklore saying "Sándor, József, Benedek, zsákban hozzák a meleget": Sándor, József, Benedek bring warmth in a bag, which means that after winter the warmth of spring usually returns in the early days of March (at least it was true before the global warming).

People still celebrate name-days in Hungary - at one time each saint had a day in the calendar, and that day was the name-day of anyone having the same name. These days they are just yet another reason for fun and drinking...