And you are telling me this why? I am very well aware of our Asian origin, and in fact I take pride in it:<quoted text>
Anyone that has done even a cursory study of linguistics as per European language families would term Serbian as Slavic, and Indo European subset.
Now If Serbian is Gypsie so is Croat.
As for Hungarian
“Hungarian is a Uralic language, more specifically an Ugric language; the most closely related languages are Mansi and Khanty of western Siberia (see Khanty–Mansia).”
“However, the Hunnish rule had not been long-lasting, as the Hungarians soon fell under Turk (Göktürks) rule. The Turk Empire flourished from the 6th century to the 8th century. This is very probably the time when the Hungarians were first exposed to the concept of writing, through the Göktürks' mediation. The latter used the Orkhon script or Turkic runic script, and reputedly the Old Hungarian script (rovásírás) is a parent writing system of it.”
“The Hungarians call themselves Magyars (pronounced like madyar). Their external name, Hungarian, derive from the Turkic word onugor, meaning "ten arrows", and referring to a tribal alliance”
“In the era of the Turkic influences, Hungarians developed especially culturally: the borrowed vocabulary consist of terms referring to sophisticated dressing, and the words of a learned upper class society. The phrases of basic literacy are also of Turkic origin. A number of words related to agriculture and viticulture have the same background”
Hungarian Turkic Uralic Altaic commonalities
Mongolian and Samoyed connections
Nothing wrong with Mongols and Samoyeds, but you should know your origins and how at your earliest inception it was basically a Turkic origin, linguistics prove it, and there is a Hungarian festivity with some Mongolian Turkic like horsemanship and dances, practises.
I cant be bothered to talk about Hungarians for too long as I dislike the people and culture.
Its like someone took some Turkic tribe just west of China and deposited it into central Europe. Well, it started with Atilla.
But you should know, that the Hungarian langauge has no close relatives, no other language is there like ours. The relations between the Uralic and Turkic languages are very, very distant, just like Serb being in the same family as Afghan.