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In political terms, the medieval Slovaks were a part of the multi-ethnic political nation Natio Hungarica, together with Hungarians (or, more exactly, Magyars), Slavonians, Germans, Romanians and other ethnic groups in the Kingdom of Hungary.Since a medieval political nation did not consist of ordinary people but nobility, membership of the privileged class was necessary for all these peoples (nobiles Hungary).The first such political unit documented by written sources is the Principality of Nitra, one of the foundations of later common ethnic consciousness.At this stage in history it is not yet possible to assume a common identity of all Slovak ancestors in the territory of eastern Slovakia, even if it was inhabited by closely related Slavs.Neither Bencsik nor his Slovak opponent Ján Baltazár Magin put the continuity of settlement into serious question.
Papánek's work became a basis for argumentation of the Slovak national revival movement.
The first written mention of adjective slovenský (Slovak) is in 1294 ("ad parvam arborem nystra slowenski breza ubi est meta").
but it changed to Slovák under the influence of Czech and Polish language (around 1400).
Many place names in Hungary such as Tótszentgyörgy, Tótszentmárton, and Tótkomlós still bear the name. The Slovaks have also historically been variously referred to as Slovyenyn, Slowyenyny, Sclavus, Sclavi, Slavus, Slavi, Winde, Wende, or Wenden.
The final three terms are variations of the Germanic term Wends, which was historically used to refer to any Slavs living close to Germanic settlements.
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The transformation process was slowed down by conflict with Hungarian nationalism and the ethnogenesis of the Slovaks become a political question, particularly regarding their deprivation and preservation of their language and national rights.