Examples from the Web for budapest
Contemporary Examples of budapest
Political or not, shown in New York or Budapest, it is a worthy achievement composed with taste and subtlety.
If ever there was a time for a show like “Letters to Afar” to be shown in Budapest, it is now.
The Budapest document makes sense historically only as a quid pro quo agreement resting upon American credibility to act.
The United States cannot simply walk away from the plain meaning of the Budapest Memorandum and leave Ukraine in the lurch.
Was the Grand Budapest Hotel itself the first thing you had to design?The Look of ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’
March 7, 2014
Historical Examples of budapest
Budapest is the great focal point of Hungarian railways and commerce.Commercial Geography
Jacques W. Redway
Mrs. Gerard has just returned from a week in Budapest with her sister.Face to Face with Kaiserism
James W. Gerard
And then scratching his head, "Yes, it must have been of Hungary, for they spoke of Budapest——"The Secret Witness
About how far do you think weve come since leaving Budapest, Jack?
We hired it from a man in a town part-way between Vienna and Budapest.
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.
mid-15c., probably literally "land of the Huns," who ruled a vast territory from there under Attila in the Dark Ages; from Medieval Latin Hungaria, from Medieval Greek Oungroi, the name applied to the people whose name for themselves we transliterate as Magyars. Also related are French Hongrie, German Ungarn, Russian Vengriya, Ukr. Ugorshchina, but the Turkish name for the country, Macaristan, reflects the indigenous name.