Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Hungary
|WikiProject Hungary||(Rated NA-class)|
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Hi, there is an ongoing debate about the Hungarian Spectrum. See: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Articles_for_deletion/Hungarian_Spectrum
If You are interested, please weigh in!
Bias in Puskás Akadémia FC articleEdit
In the Puskás Akadémia FC article there is a section entitled "Trivia" that leans on political propaganda and makes claims without citing sources. It would behoove us to remove this section for the sake of neutrality, as the author is clearly displaying bias with his comments.
Highest railway in Hungary?Edit
There is a name request to move article name Laszlo Bathory to László Báthory, who was the first translator of the Bible, into Hungarian on the subject's talkpage. Feel free to share your opinion. --Norden1990 (talk) 07:47, 10 May 2021 (UTC)
Romanian name of Nyíregyháza?Edit
A supposed Romanian name of Nyíregyháza, Mestecănești, can be found on different places on the internet, including Google Maps, some Romanian websites and on Wikipedia articles in some languages, including English until not too long ago. It's nothing recent, originating from at least 2007 – here you can see a user of Romanian Wikipedia asking about the origin of another variant that appeared on ro.wikipedia, Mestecăniș.
The problem is that I haven't found any historical source referring to this name. Yet, somehow, it's so widespread that it's even used on Google Maps. The name Nyíregyháza comes from nyír, the Hungarian word for "birch". So does the German name Birkenkirchen (from Brike), as well as the supposed Romanian name – mesteacăn is Romanian for "birch". The name, however, looks like a recent creation, since Romanian variants of Hungarian toponyms are always similar-sounding: Debrecen → Debrețin, Békéscsaba → Bichișciaba, Gyula → Giula etc. Also, Mestecănești contains the -ești suffix, typical for places in Wallachia and Moldavia, but rare in Transylvania.
FAR for Joseph SzigetiEdit
I have nominated Joseph Szigeti for a featured article review here. Please join the discussion on whether this article meets featured article criteria. Articles are typically reviewed for two weeks. If substantial concerns are not addressed during the review period, the article will be moved to the Featured Article Removal Candidates list for a further period, where editors may declare "Keep" or "Delist" the article's featured status. The instructions for the review process are here. Hog Farm Talk 01:55, 17 July 2021 (UTC)