fel = up
hő = warmth, heat
literally: up-heat (as a cloud develops, whenever water becomes hot air and flies up into the sky)
Gyönyörű nap volt tegnap; egy felhő sem volt az égen.
Beautiful day was yesterday; a cloud neither was the sky-on.
Yesterday was a beautiful day; there wasn’t a single cloud in the sky.
Kisütött a nap a felhők között.
Out-shined the sun the clouds through.
The sun started shining through the clouds.
bárányfelhő – fleecy cloud (literally: sheep-cloud)
borús – dull (weather)
derűs – bright (weather)
felhős – cloudy
idő, időjárás – weather
vihar – storm
viharfelhő – thundercloud
villám – lightning
zápor – rain shower
zivatar – thunderstorm
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