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The coach is a Hungarian invention not a French one! Since the world's first coach was made in the town of Kocs (in Komárom county) in the 18th century. Its name was cart (kocsi) or swing-cart (hintakocsi)! It was named swing-cart (hintakocsi) because the springing (bended wood arc) gave the car body a swinging and rolling motion. Because of the bows and crossbows, our ancestors knew and made use of in many ways the flexibility of wood. (It is no accident that an archer nation invented the coach.) It also not an accident that the name coach (hintó) replaced the name cart (kocsi), as a coach (hintó) (swinging cart) is more typical name then the cart (kocsi), because swinging is a more essential feature than the place of producing. Namely, it refers to both the usage (does not shake, but cradle, thus comfortable) and the structural, significant divergence, which is suitable for distinction, what is more for substantive distinction. The main difference between coaches and other capstans equipped with four wood-wheels is that the coach is equipped with a springing, rocking and swinging structure. So if we had a name for coaches - moreover we invented it - why should we have taken over another one with a "Batard" - "heavier coach" content? Not even the French has used another word for "heavy coach", but after a short time they were infested in the manufacturing of the most multifarious coaches. Furthermore, four of their words used to express coach, have German origin. Many languages solve the unsubstantive distinctions using attributes so does the Hungarian language: stately coach, gaudy coach, small coach, big coach, easy coach, heavy coach etc. On the other hand, the word batar was used only for huge, heavy, chunky (8-10 m long, 2-3 m high) carts, which could have been hauled only by 4 or 6 stout carthorses, but never for a coach. It's possible that poets and authors have used batar, meaning coach, for the sake of rhyme, but it doesn't prove anything. It is also true for hard written sources (containing no facts and arguments). Let's think of it, our words and the whole Hungarian language has subsisted in spite of the age-long neglecting of written records. Therefore, the less ancient "heavy coach" meaning should have appeared and remained even more in the rustic speech. But there is no trace of it! The "butterfly coach" expression was only used in tales, but even there, it meant such a tiny little cart that could be hauled by butterflies. Besides it has rather been a symbol and has symbolized airiness and flying on the wings of fantasy and the accentuation which is arisen from the contrast appearing between the heaviness of the batar and the easiness of butterfly but only in neolitich tales, because by that time the aboriginal meaning of batar had been grown dim. More accurately, the meaning of batar has been limited to a very heavy cart. In the French language, the word carrosse had been used till the 18th century, but since then the words caléche, berline and landau have been used. The meanings of batard are bastard, mongrel, degenerate and utility. On the other hand, in French sources there is no reference to the word bastard having such a unique meaning. The English word coach and in the supposed mediatory German language, it is Kutsche. Furthermore, both words originate from the Hungarian word kocsi.

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