The Szigligetis flitted during the summer to the suburbs of Buda.
The journey to Buda was long, and it was several days before they arrived there.
Their conversation was here cut short, as Gen. Buda had ordered an advance along his line, which was the left wing of the army.
He married Buda's sister, who walked to Banting for instruction.
Buda, the capital of Hungary, after being in possession of the Turks for 145 years, was taken by the imperialists.
Taking up the ring, they went their way, and shortly arrived at Buda.
The garrisons of such frontier fortresses as Buda and Tabriz broke out in revolt.
The king and the handsome lad arrived at Buda in a few days.
I can record a curious instance of reasoning power in a dog named "Jockey," who is well known at Buda Pest.
The second is a Hungarian from Buda charged with the secret treaty from Kossuth.
Hungarian capital, formed 1872 from merger of two cities on opposite shores of the Danube, Buda (probably from a word originally meaning "water") + Pest, a Hungarian word meaning "furnace, oven, cove," also in Slavic (cf. Russian pech'). Cf. Ofen, literally "oven," the old German name for the place.