Now I can help people named Eva who suffer from memory loss^^
Barbara: név means name, and the "ed" suffix indicates the possessive form, 2nd person singular.
Is the suffix "ed" for the formal form or the informal form for the 2nd person singular?
Where is the 'Your" hiding in this sentence?
The suffix -ed of nev indicates singular second person single possession.
"neved" means second person name
What would be the translation for, "Eva is her name."?
Eva a neve, I would assume
A neve Éva is the translation
I feel like this would more likely be used as a question, is there something I'm missing in the nuance of the translation here?
Maybe you say this to a baby?
It could be a question as well. Intonation makes it sound like an affirmation though.
I didn't see the word name
Név means name, as user Rachelle73965 pointed out, and név + ed (suffix indicating the possessive form of the 2nd person singular) forms neved, wich means "your name".
Szia, Éva! Ádám vagyok. Jaj, de szépek a te almaid...
the letter d gives the word "you" right?
This is an unusual way to put it but yes, kinda. neved is "your name" from név "name".
Realmente dice eso?
Im Hungarian and im perfect so ue
When the web version wants you to translate to English, it doesn't have the letters with accents on the bottom so end up with Eva instead of Éva. It's not wrong though..
Is it only me that hear "Evá neved" in the normal speed version?