Bibliography of Hungarian Dictionaries, 1410-1963
This bibliography has been compiled with the aim of providing a useful tool for linguists, scientists, translators, and students of the Hungarian language. It covers a variety of subjects, from atomic physics to card games, from fifteenth-century Latin-Hungarian glossaries to twentieth-century underworld slang. No dictionary, even the most comprehensive, takes the place of a highly specialized subject dictionary. With the help of this bibliography, readers can find more easily a Hungarian dictionary for the language or subject they require.
- Series: Heritage
- World Rights
- Page Count: 164 pages
- Dimensions: 6.0in x 0.0in x 9.0in
Author InformationIvan L. Halasz de Beky (1919-1997) published several bibliographies and collections of poems and translated into English the works of several Hungarian poets. He was a staff member of the John P. Robarts Research Library at the University of Toronto. He returned to Hungary in 1985 where he passed away in 1997.
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