Hour, minute, second incorrect for Hungarian

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Internal bug report:

"Looking at the table, I see that the short and narrow texts are always using the English abbreviations below 1 day in Hungarian.
I don't think just changing that from "min" to "perc" solves the issue, because hour (óra) and second (másodperc or mp) is still strange, expecially when mixed (1 h 23 perc is really weird - half English, half Hungarian)."

"I would suggest to use either a non-abbreviated form, if there is enough space:
hour = óra
minute = perc
second = másodperc
or to change the abbreviated versions like this:
h = ó
min = p
sec = mp"

The bad data is seen in https://github.com/unicode-org/cldr/blob/master/common/main/hu.xml
Search for >{0} h<

You find two instances (different lengths) of:
{{
<unit type="duration-hour">
<displayName>h</displayName>
<unitPattern count="one">{0} h</unitPattern>
<unitPattern count="other">{0} h</unitPattern>
<perUnitPattern>{0}/h</perUnitPattern>
</unit>
<unit type="duration-minute">
<displayName>min</displayName>
<unitPattern count="one">{0} min</unitPattern>
<unitPattern count="other">{0} min</unitPattern>
<perUnitPattern>{0}/min</perUnitPattern>
</unit>
<unit type="duration-second">
<displayName>s</displayName>
<unitPattern count="one">{0} s</unitPattern>
<unitPattern count="other">{0} s</unitPattern>
<perUnitPattern>{0}/s</perUnitPattern>
</unit>}}

There are also duration-millisecond, duration-microsecond, duration-nanosecond. Those are more scientific, and may not be a problem: will need vetters to weigh in on those.

GoogleIssue:112175623

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Kristi Lee

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Mark Davis

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