“Roman Ruins in Óbuda - Bath Musuem & Aquincum
The areahttp://www.blogger.com/post-edit.g?blogID=14529863&postID=4153935976531334042 of todays' Óbuda(Old Buda) was inhabitaed in as early as the stone age. The Romans formed the capital of their Pannonia province - bordered by the river Danube -Aquincum.
Aquincum means "abundant in water" indicating that the Romans discovered and appreciated the area's most important natural treasure the thermal springs.” www.budapest-tourist-guide.com/obuda.
Thus Bud-ima (Bud= fortress) means “double city” and Buda-Pest means “double city with warm water zone (thermal spring zone)” in slavish languages. Germans bath vestenen (bad fästning in Swedish, Bath fortress or double fortress) is an another logic alternative.