Hungarian Mythology Submitted Names

These names occur in the mythologies and legends of the Hungarian people.
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ENÉH f Hungarian, Hungarian Mythology
Derived from Old Hungarian eneγ (ünő in Modern Hungarian) "hind, deer; fawn; cow-calf".... [more]
ENETH f Medieval Hungarian, Hungarian Mythology
Variant of ENET, mentioned in Simon of Kéza's 'Gesta Hunnorum et Hungarorum'.
HELKA f Hungarian Mythology
The name of a fairy from the region around Lake Balaton. The origin and meaning of her name are uncertain, theories include a diminutive of HELÉNA.
MAGOR m Hungarian, Hungarian Mythology
According to Simon of Kéza's 'Gesta Hunnorum et Hungarorum', written in the 1280s, Magor is the brother of HUNOR and the son of ENÉH and MÉNRÓT... [more]
MÉNRÓT m Hungarian Mythology
Ménrót is mentioned in Simon of Kéza's 'Gesta Hunnorum et Hungarorum', written in the 1280s, in its semi-Latinized form Menrot. According to Simon of Kéza, HUNOR and MAGOR, the legendary forefathers of the Huns and the Hungarians, were the sons of Ménrót, a mythical giant, who he partly identified with biblical NIMROD... [more]
MIKOLT f Hungarian, Medieval Hungarian, Hungarian Mythology
Old Hungarian name of uncertain origin and meaning; theories include a derivation from MIKÁL (via the variant Mikol) and a derivation from Nikola... [more]
THEUDO m Ancient Germanic (Gothic), Swiss (Archaic), Medieval Portuguese, Medieval, Medieval Polish, Medieval Italian, Hungarian Mythology, Medieval German, Medieval French, German (Austrian, Archaic)
Gothic þiuda "people, folk" used as a standalone name, or a pet form of any of various names beginning with this element.
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