Buda



See under Budapest.
a city in and the capital of Hungary, in the central part, on the Danube River: formed 1873 from two cities on the W bank of the Danube (Buda and Obuda) and one on the E bank (Pest)
Historical Examples

Eyes Like the Sea Mr Jkai
The Crimson Fairy Book Various
Uncle Daniel’s Story Of “Tom” Anderson John McElroy
Sketches of Our Life at Sarawak Harriette McDougall
The Every Day Book of History and Chronology Joel Munsell
The Romany Rye George Borrow
The Turkish Empire, its Growth and Decay Lord Eversley
The Folk-Tales of the Magyars Various
Round About the Carpathians Andrew F. Crosse
The Shadow of the Czar John R. Carling

noun
(Hinglish, derogatory) an old man
noun
the capital of Hungary, on the River Danube: formed in 1873 from the towns of Buda and Pest. Traditionally Buda, the old Magyar capital, was the administrative and Pest the trade centre: suffered severely in the Russian siege of 1945 and in the unsuccessful revolt against the Communist regime (1956). Pop: 1 719 342 (2003 est)
Budapest [(booh-duh-pest, booh-duh-pesht)]

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