- szánalom 
- 1909, Jack London, Martin Eden, Chapter 7:
- She wanted to help him. He made a call upon her pity and tenderness that no one had ever made before, and the pity was not so much derogatory of him as maternal in her.
pity (third-person singular simple present pities, present participle pitying, simple past and past participle pitied)
- ↑ Martin Eden, Bernát Pál fordításában