Hungarian, MalakiĂˇs 4 (Malachi 4)
1 Mert ĂmĂ©, eljĂ¶n a nap, lĂˇngolĂł, mint a sĂĽtĹ‘-kemencze, Ă©s [olyannĂˇ] lesz minden kevĂ©ly Ă©s minden gonosztevĹ‘, [mint] a pozdorja, Ă©s megĂ©geti Ĺ‘ket az eljĂ¶vendĹ‘ nap, azt mondja a Seregeknek Ura, a mely nem hagy rajtok gyĂ¶keret, sem Ăˇgat.
Hungarian is spoken by 14,500,000 people: 10,299,000 in Hungary, 2,004,000 in Romania, 629,000 in Slovakia, 451,000 in Yugoslavia, 1,117,000 elsewhere.
The Károli Version is the most popular Hungarian Bible, with its present use based in a 1908 revision. Calvinist pastor and dean of Gönc, Gáspár Károli, published the Hungarian Bible translation in 1590 in Vizsoly, Hungary. This is known sometimes as the Vizsolyi Biblia. Many Hungarians who read English have compared the language to that found in the King James Version (The Authorized Version of 1611).
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Hungarian Károli Version, 1908 revision. Public Domain.
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