@Xekoslav ahoj is also the most common greeting within slovakia, but it comes from English in both Czech and Slovak. Supposedly American boy scouts were visiting Bratislava during the early 1900s(I’m not sure if it was during ww1 or 2). Slovaks were so intrigued by the greeting ahoy that they were using, that some how it caught on and spread to all of Czechoslovakia. Don’t know if that story is actually true, but it’s one theory. 

To answer the topic of this thread. I don’t have to much experience with the Dialekt but from what I’ve seen on YouTube, it sounds like Slovak under heavy Serbian influence. Hungarian sounds radically different to me