The Magyar language
Did you know? The Hungarian language uses the word arrow (nyíl) in the following contexts.
The arrow of the sun (nap nyila) – the bright light and heat of the sun
The arrow of God (Isten nyila) – mischievous person, usually a child
To shoot all your arrows (minden nyilat ellőni) – to use all your reasoning (usually prematurely)
Nyilall – this verb means causing sharp pain.
Hungarian has another verb – nyílik – that shows how important arrows were for Hungarians. It means, to open, open up, blossom, (as if struck by an arrow).
Megnyílik also means to start, begin.