Nagy volt az öröm, amikor megszületett a kis Máté.
Big was the joy, when got-born the little Máté.
There was a lot of joy when little Máté was born.
Az öröm és a szomorúság is csak átmeneti állapotok.
The joy and the sadness too only temporary states.
Joy as well as sadness are only temporary.
boldog – happy
boldogság – happiness
káröröm – schadenfreude (the joy about someone else’s misery)
könny – tear (n.)
nevet – to laugh
nevetés – laughter
örömkönny – tear of joy
örül – to be happy
sír – to cry
szomorú – sad
szomorúság – sadness
Not to be confused with:
örök – eternal
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