This should be corrected:
little adj USA: lɪ'tʌ·l UK: lɪtl
kicsi, kicsi, kevés, apró, csekély, csekély mértékben, egy kicsit, gyenge, kevés, sékicsiny, kicsinyes, kis, kis mennyiségű, nem sok, pici, silány
Many a little makes a mickle. Sok kicsi sokra megy.
WOW!!! Thank you very much for replaying. Poetic sentence to translate what I thought wasn't great!!! Just for the record, I am just a learner of Hungarian language. My surname (Androvics) is from my fathers' name, but I am brazilian. Can't wait to be able to understand this beautiful language. :-)
Take a lingot then :D Did you resolved the story, right? If there is something that I can help you in it, just send me a reply. ;)
On your name: Androvics sounds like a Southern Slavic name, but they are very common in Hungary, and the ortography with the "cs" is a typical Hungarian rendering. The history of the Carpathian Basin makes it a real melting pot and I think there is no "clear" Hungarian blood line here... My family name has a Czech origin though my ancestors' first mention occured in a Royal Decree in 1249... So I think the name origin doesn't mean too much 'round here :D