"Náhookǫs éí adinídíín."
Translation:The north is sunny.
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And likewise in Japanese and Korean. I'm pretty sure the same is true for a whole series of languages that link Magyar ultimately to that part of East Asia, starting, from the west, with the Turkic languages, Mongolian, et al. Part of the circumstantial case for an Altaic family that a few linguists at least SUSPECT encompasses Finnish, Hungarian, Mongolian, Korean and Japanese — so old that the cognate density is pretty low, at best.