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Although ''Nagy Jánosné'' resembles the American formal ''Mrs. John Nagy'', use of ''-né'' belongs to Hungarian language grammar, and is not a traditional Hungarian naming convention.  Records of women named in this manner are rare.  Most prevalent are 19th century and early 20th century United States immigration records and, in recent decades, grave markers in Hungary.  Example:
 
Although ''Nagy Jánosné'' resembles the American formal ''Mrs. John Nagy'', use of ''-né'' belongs to Hungarian language grammar, and is not a traditional Hungarian naming convention.  Records of women named in this manner are rare.  Most prevalent are 19th century and early 20th century United States immigration records and, in recent decades, grave markers in Hungary.  Example:
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Nagy Lajos
 
Nagy Lajos
 
1914 – 1984
 
1914 – 1984
 
Nagy Lajosné
 
Nagy Lajosné
 
1923 – 2001
 
1923 – 2001
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See [https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/-né#Etymology_1 more about -né] on Wiktionary.
 
See [https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/-né#Etymology_1 more about -né] on Wiktionary.
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