A Finnic language spoken in central Europe (mostly in The Republic of Hungary) by about 15 million speakers.
The fact that Magyar is classified as Finnic is due to its use of vowel harmony, the tendency to string words together and the overall similarities to other Finnic languages such as Finnish (Suomi), Estonian (Eesti), and Võro (Võro).
Magyar is known to contain some very long words made up of many suffixes such as, "Legeslegmegszentségtelenítethetetlenebbeiteknek"
meaning roughly "For those of you who it was the very least possible to have defiled".
Magyar may also be used as an adjective used in reference to someone of Hungarian ethnicity.