Not sure what that says but ‘jobb’ sounds awfully close to ‘Jobbik’ and it’s a wee bit alarming.
Late to the party, woo!
Arcaea said: "or the Italian one, but the Hungarian one is better". (It would be better to leave the two egyik out here.)
Jobb is the comparative of jó, meaning "better", or the direction "right". So, the right-wing party name is a wordplay and means both "better ones" and "right ones". The English Wikipedia entry also explains it quite well. The name is not a coincidence.
I like Kárpátia's music but disagree with some of their nationalistic messages. It is sometimes not polite with our neighbours.
It's easy for those who don't understand the lyrics but like the melody - for instance myself. :D I listen to Kárpátia a lot in fact, mostly those more melancholic and slower songs, such as Ballada or Tábori posta. :)
Yes, I agree (I have lived in Vojvodina (they would say Délvidék :D) for several years, half of my family still lives there, so I understand how impolite some of those messages might be). But still, any band that sings about pálinka has my undivided attention. :D
Azta... now I'm thoroughly confused--I keep expecting them to make mentions of Newfoundland or Canada's East Coast! Ez újdonság számomra!
There must be well-known symbolic/historic meanings associated with the various colours of the Hungarian flag. I'm guessing, Red - for blood/bravery and Green - perhaps for the grasslands or fields? The White? Any historians in the room? Never mind - my break is over - back to the next lesson. Sziasztok!
Zeleny and zolty are words with mutual origin. Primarily Slavic peoples considered green and yellow ones like one color with different shades. Hungarian yellow "sárga" is from Turkish sarı