Definition of puszta in English:

puszta

(also pussta, putza, puzta)

noun

  • In Hungary: a large plain, a steppe; a flat treeless region.

Origin

Mid 19th century; earliest use found in Emmeline Stuart Wortley (1806–1855), poet and travel writer. From Hungarian puszta plain, steppe, waste (probably from a Slavonic language).

Pronunciation

puszta

/ˈpʊstə/