Hungarian language belongs to the group of Uralic languages. Distinct languages evolved from Proto-Uralic in different geographic and language environments due to people migrations. This is the case with the Hungarian language as well. However, regardless of the fact that it developed outside its original homeland, it has been established that Hungarian preserved around 700 word roots of Ugro-Finnish origin. In Europe, only Hungarian, Estonian, Finnish, Basque and Turkish do not belong to the Indo-European languages.
The first written traces of the Hungarian language (personal names and names of places) date back to the 10th century, whereas the oldest religious poetry written in Hungarian () dates back to the 14th century. The first complete translation of the Holy Bible into Hungarian, known as the (Huszita Biblia), was made at the beginning of the 15th century, and its translators Tamás Pécsi and Bálint Újlaki were also Hungarian language reformers.
An interesting fact is that this complex language has 14 vowels, whereas the Hungarian Alphabet consists of 44 letters.
Hungarian is one of the six official languages in the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina.
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