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The last common ancestor of Hungarian and Finnish is dated to around 5,000 years ago, probably in the vicinity of the Urals, after which the Finns diffused west into northern Europe, while the Hungarians moved east into central Asia.

There they encountered the Turks, with whom they remained in intimate contact for many centuries; this is the reason for the words and cultural traditions shared with the Turks.

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These 600 words shared by Hungarian and Finnish are not "common" but they obviously are of same origin.

Categorisation includes such features as stress of words and sentences, grammatical system, e.g. These features happen to be closely related in both Finnish and Hungarian.

Finnish and Hungarian both belong to the Finno-Ugrian group of languages (Estonian also, which is very similar to Finnish).

Hungarian history is well documented, since they came early into contact with the German (Holy Roman) Empire and had to be confined within their boundaries by the German king Henry I in the 10th century.

About as similar as French and Russian." I don't think he was being facetious: French and Russian (or for that matter English and Albanian) are similar, since they are related Indo-European languages.

But the Romanian's answer is a salutary warning against over-emphasising the similarities.

If we did, we might conclude rapidly, and wrongly, that English is most closely related to French, that Basque is most closely related to Spanish, or that Japanese is most closely related to Chinese. I HALASZ demonstrates a lack of understanding about taxonomic linguistics.

The words shared with Turkish are cultural items, which are most subject to borrowing.

I ONCE attended a lecture, delivered in German by a Romanian whose native language was Hungarian, and who also spoke Finnish.

When the inevitable question as to the similarity of the two languages arose, he answered "Yes, they are quite similar.

I HALASZ'S condemnation of scholarly work on these languages is unfortunate.

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