- beszéd 
- 1909, Jack London, Martin Eden, Chapter 7:
- She was too absorbed in striving to reconcile the stumbling, uncouth speech and its simplicity of thought with what she saw in his face.
- beszédmodor 
- 1909, Jack London, Martin Eden, Chapter 9:
- But the most radical change of all, and the one that pleased her most, was the change in his speech.