It sounds like the gy in the second egy is not pronounced. Does anyone know why?
It is pronounced, though I admit it is not as audible as the first one, it kind of blends together with the following 'l'. Just imagine how would "e lány" sound and compare it with the audio.
Could it not also mean one boy and one girl, depending on context?
When do you use A/Az or egy? What's the difference?
a/az = the; egy = a/an
Fiú is a Romanian loanword ! In Romanian fiu means son, but here it means boy, how interesting :D !
they suggest it's by accident, like chef vs kedv or cere vs kér. I don't know, Latin is filius, that's for sure
egy par = a pair