Felegyhaza, Or Felegyhaza, a town of Hungary, in the district of Little Cumania, 65 m. S. E. of Pesth; pop. in 1870, 21,313. It is situated in an exceedingly fertile region, and contains a large Roman Catholic parish church, a gymnasium, and a fine town hall. The principal products of the vicinity are grain, fruit, tobacco, and wine, which is made in great quantities. There are four annual cattle fairs, which are much frequented.