Examples from the Web for magyar
Before Banda Bela, like a soft green sea, the Magyar plain stretched away until it joined the horizon in a dim line.Our Little Hungarian Cousin|Mary F. Nixon-Roulet
Finnish is one of the softest of tongues, and of all European languages most closely resembles the Magyar or Hungarian.Through Finland in Carts|Ethel Brilliana Alec-Tweedie
But always these two had each other's hand clasped tight, and occasionally Natalie murmured a little snatch of Magyar.Sunrise|William Black
Opposite the nervous yet legible scrawl of the noble and maligned Magyar, Landor traced the following answer.
At one concert, where he appeared in Magyar costume, the ladies offered him a golden laurel wreath and sword.My Autobiography|F. Max Mller
British Dictionary definitions for magyar
Word Origin and History for magyar
"a Hungarian," 1797, the people's native name. As an adjective by 1828.