The author has been dealing with the reading, phraseology, and interpretation of debated loci, of the earliest extant Hungarian texts, including Funeral Speech (FS), Lamentations of Mary in Old Hungarian (LMOH), the Konigsberg Fragment (KF), and Lines from Gyulafehervar (LGy), for quite some time now. His results have recently been summarized in a volume entitled 'The earliest extant Hungarian texts: their reading, interpretation, explanations, and phraseology' (Debrecen, 2005). In the present paper, he offers further comments and contributions on certain words and phrases in FS, LMOH, and KF. He also adds that recent research makes it probable that the main body of Pray Codex (containing FS) was copied in Boldva - an assumption that had been abandoned earlier.
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