Great And Little Cumama, two districts of Hungary. - Great Cumania (Hung. Nagy Kiinsdg), in the circle beyond the Theiss, consists of a low plain, subject to frequent inundations from the rivers, and occupied to a great extent by swamps; area, about 420 sq. m.; pop. about 70,000, of whom the majority are Protestants. It differs from most Hungarian districts in having no large land owners. The inhabitants, formerly a privileged class, are a robust, plain, and patriotic people, fond of rural pursuits, and moderately wealthy. Chief town, Kardszag. - Little Cumania (Hung. Kis Kunsug) consists of several detached portions of land in the circle this side the Theiss, and is more than twice as large as Great Cuinania, having an aggregate area of about 1,000 sq. m.; pop. about 85,000. In physical aspect, general characteristics, and the condition of its inhabitants, it closely resembles Great Oumania. Chief town, Fe1egy-haza. - The districts have their name from now entirely Magyarized settlements of Cu-mans, a people of Ugric race, who from the 11th to the 14th century acted a conspicuous part in the history of the nations of eastern Europe, and in the 13th especially in that of Hungary. Both districts are now united with that of Jazygia. (See Jazygia).