"Is the earring here?"
Translation:Itt van a fülbevaló?
My best suggestion is that you do an internet search for "nyakbavaló" pictures. There are many many things that you can wear in your neck, other than scarves and necklaces, too. And kenyérrevaló, I thought I explained, is bread-money. That is, your earnings. Bread symbolizing the bare minimum that one needs for survival: our daily bread. Or the money needed for the household. A now somewhat archaic word for someone who earns an income in a family is "kenyérkereső" (Broterwerb?). Such a person earns the money needed to be able to buy "bread": the "kenyérrevaló".