There are two theories regarding the origin of the ’Buda’ name. The first says that it is a derivate of the Slavic word voda, meaning water. According to the second, it comes from the name of the brother of Attila, who was called ’Bléda’. It was Bléda who buried the diary of his Brother in the Buda hills in a small wooden box. The name of Attila was written on it with Hungarian ’rovásirás’. This was almost 800 years before one started building the Buda castle. It was found and is kept and guarded ever since between the thick walls of the Hungarian fortress. During Turkish rule it has been smuggled out by forefathers of the so called ’betyár’ villains.