Hungarian Highlands Village List

Hungarian Highlands also known as Südwestliches ungarisches Mittelgebirge (Southwest Hungarian low mountain range) is in present-day Hungary and includes Veszprém County.  Borders north to the Danube river, east at the turn of the Danube river
near Budapest, south at Lake Balaton and west at the Raab
(Raba) river.  Settlement centers were Buchenwald (Bakony Mts.), Schildgebirge, Ofner Bergland with Budapest.

Map showing the Bakony Mountains within the Hungarian Middle Mountains. click image to enlarge, then click again.

 

Indexed by primary German variant, Hungarian and then Other known:

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Last Updated: March 15, 2014

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A  

Acsteszer, Hungary (Official)
Teisel
Tesier
Zierndorf
  Adasztevel
Adorianhaza
  Ajka
  Ajkarendek
Aka
  Alsogorzsony 
  Alsopahok
  Atschau
B  
Badacsonytordemic
  Bakonybel
  Bakonygyirot

 

Bakonyjako
Bjako
Bakonykoppany
  Bakonynana
  Bakonypeterd
  Bakonyszentkiraly
Bakonyszentlaszlo
  Bakonyszombathely
  Bakonytamasi
  Bakonyyoszlop
Balatoncsicso
  Balatonfokajar
  Balatonkenese
  Balatonkisszolos
Balinka
  Band
  Barnag
  Barsonyos
Bazsi
  Beb
  Becse
  Berend
Berhida
  Borzavar
  Budaörs / Budaors, Hungary (Official)
Buda
ö
ers / Budaoers
Buda Eors
Wudersch
(German)
  • Village Coordinator: Sylvia Weimar Bad Rappenau, GER
  • A town in Pest county, Budapest metropolitan area, Hungary. The town has a large German-speaking minority who call it Wudersch.
  • The town lies among the Buda & Csiki hills & the Tétény plateau in the Budaörs-basin.
  • Memorial to the Expulsion of the Germans in Budaörs
    From: Donautal-Magazin Jg. 30, Nr. 140 dated 1. August 2006, pp. 8-9.
C  
Csajag
  Csernye
  Csesznek
  Cseteny 
Csot
D  
Dabrony
  Daka
  Deg
  Derecske
Devecser, Hungary (Official)
  • Veszprém County
  • In the Middle Ages there were five villages in the area of today's Devecser: Devecser, Kisdevecser, Szék, Meggyes and Patony. These villages expanded in the 12th & 13th century. There is an Esterházy castle in the town. Devecser is now famous for being a flea market town. Its inhabitants sell various goods in their yards obtained from junk-clearances in Austria, Germany & The Netherlands.
  Dorgicse 
  Dudar
E  
Edeck
Etyek
  Enying

 

  Eocs
F  
Felsogorzsony
  Fenvoro
  Fokszabadi
G  
Ganna
  Gánt / Gant, Hungary (Official)
Kanta
  • Fejer/Moor County
  • Buchenwald
  • Located in the territory of Vértes Nature Park, about 24 km from Székesfehérvár
  • Swabian ball in January, the Maypole festival at Whitsun in May, the Village day in September
  Gergelyi
  Groszkowatsch
Nagykovacsi
  Groszturwall
Toeroekbalint
Gyirot
Ratoot
Rátot
/ Ratot
Rathold
(German)
Rátóth
/ Ratoth (Other)
Gyulafirátót / Gyulafiratot, Hungary (Official)
  Gyulafiratot 
  Gyulakeszi
H  
Hajmasker
  Halimba
  Hanta
  Harschad
Haschad
Lindenbrunn
Weissbuchenbrunn
Bakonyszucs
Harskut
Harsagy
 
  Hercegfalva
Mezöfalva
Hidegkut 
  Homokbodoge
I  
Ihaszi
 
Iszkaz
  Isztimér / Isztimer, Hungary (Official)
Ißzimmer / Isszimmer
Stimmersdorf (German)
J  
Jako
  Jasd
  Jena bei Ofen
Budajenoe
  Johannistal
Budakeszi
Wudigesz 
  Jut
K  
 
Kadarta 
  Kaltenbrunn bei Ofen
Pesthidegkugkut
Hidigut
  • Today district of Budapest
  Kemenesszentpeter
  Kenese
Kerta
  Keszthely (kerulet)
  Kettornyulak
  Kisganna
Kishidegkut
  Kiskovacsi
  Kislod
  Kisszollos

 

Kleinturwall
Biatorbagy
  Kolontar
  Koveskal
Kulsovat
  Kup
L  
Lajoskomarom
  Lazi
  Lepseny
  Liter
Lokut 
  Lovaszpatona
M  
Magyarbarnag
  Magyarpolany
  Malomsok
  Marcalgergelyi
Marcalto
  Marko
  Mencshely
  Mezokomarom
Mezolak
  Mezoszentgyorgy 

 

  Mihalyhaza
N  
Nagyacsád / Nagyacsad, Hungary (Official)
Acs
ád / Acsa
d
  • Veszprem County
  Nagyalasony
  Nagyesztergar
  Nagyganna
Nagyhidegkut
  Nagypirit
  Nagyszollos
  Nagytevel
Nagyvazsony
  Nemesgorzsony
  Nemesvamos
  Nemetbarnag
Noszlop
  Nyarad 
  Nyavalad
O  
Ocs
  Olaszfalu
  Osi
Osku 
  Bakonyoszlop, Hungary (Official)
Oßlipp
/ Osslipp
Oßlopp
/ Osslopp
Oszlop
P  
Padrag
  Padragkut
  Papa
  Papadereske
Papakovacsi
  Pápanyőgér / Papanyoger
Pápa Nyőgér
/ Papa Nyoger
Nyőgér
/ Nyoger
Vanyola
  • Located in the Pápa Municipality of Veszprém County, north of Vezsprem, East of Papa, North-west of Vanyola. Papanyoger is shown on this map as "Nyoger" www.maproom.org/00/32/present.php?m=0020
  • Since the early 1900s, Nyőgér was known as Pápanyőgér, today it's a ceased locality name since merged with Vanyola in 1950.
  • Presently the only official Nyőgér in Hungary is in the adjacent Vas County, not to be confused with the old Pápa-Nyőgér in Veszprém County.
  • Vanyola village lies between the foot of North Bakony Hills and the plain in northwestern Hungary, 15 kms north-east of Pápa. The name of the village appears first as church lands in an abbatial record of Pannonhalma in 1222.  Village Photos: www.vpmegye.hu/letoltesek/turisztika/telep/vanyola/e_tel.html
  • Librarian of the village:
    Mrs. Bozzay Lajosné
    Községi Könyvtár
    9682 Nyőgér, Petőfi u. 18
    Europe-Hungary
  • www.vanyola.hu/

  Papasalamon

 

  Papateszer
Papkeszi
  Pecsely
  Petard 

 

  Porva
  Promontor
Budafok
  • Today district of Budapest
R  
Ratoot
Rátot
/ Ratot
Rathold
(German)
Rátóth
/ Ratoth (Other)
Gyulafirátót / Gyulafiratot, Hungary (Official)
  Romand
S  
Salamon
  Sanktiwan
Pilisszentivan
  Schambek
Zsambek
  Schaumar
Solymar
Scogle
  Sikator
  Siofok
  Siomaros
Soly
  Somloszollos
  Somlovasarhely 
  Sumegcsehi
Sur
  Szapar
  Szentbakkalla
  Szentgal 
Szentkiralyszabadia
  Szilasbalhas
  Szilasbalhas
  Szpar 
Szucs
T  
Takacsi
  Tapolcafo
  Tes
  Tósokberénd / Tosokberend
Tosok Berend
  • Veszprém County
  • Village Coordinator: Frank Czeiner
  • Village Web Page: Coming soon
Totvazsony
  Tschowanka
Csobanka 
  Tuskevar
U  
Uerben
Ueroem
Irm
  Ugod 
  Urkut
V  
Vamos
  Vanyola
  Varoslod
  Varpalota
Varpalota
  Varsany
  Varvolgy
  Vaszar
 
Vérteskozma / Verteskozma, Hungary (Official)
Kozma
Cusma
Kis-Kozma
Kozma-
Verteskozma
  • Fejer County
  • NW of Székesfehervar
  • Schildgebirge Area
  Vértessomló / Vertessomlo, , Hungary (Official)
Schemling (German)
  • Located in Schildgebirge, NW of Budapest
  • Komárom County
Veszprem
  Veszpremvarsany

 

  Vigantpetend
  Vilonya
Vorosbereny 
  Vorosto
W  
Weindorf
Pilisborosjenoe  

 

  Werischwar
Rothenburg
Pilisvorosvar
Z  
Zalaerdod

 

  Zalagalsa
  Zalagyomoro
  Zalahalap
  Zalaszegyar 
Zirc
Reference List:

Village data submitted to DVHH.org by Researchers and Volunteers.

Auslander, Jordan "Genealogical Gazetteer of the Kingdom of Hungary." Published by Avotaynu, 2005.

Regenyi, Isabella & Scherer, Anton "Donauschwabisches Ortsnamenbuch." (name and location of towns). Published by the AkdFF, Darmstadt, Germany. 1987.

Village List researched and compiled by Jody McKim, 2008

For corrections, additions and links to our Hungarian Highlands Village List, provide all known name variants to Jody McKim.

Last updated: 15 Mar 2014


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