Not a typo, or an unfamiliar geographic region, and definitely not Latin
It's just what the banner stamp on the eyepiece reads. Mine has '6 x 42' and the overlay stamp then reads 'SCHMIDT & BENDER' with 'HUNGARIA' beneath.
I used to believe that Hungarian S&B's were all fixed-power on one-inch (1") tubes, and anything else such as variable-power (26mm or 30mm) was genuine German..... because the S&B website did say so. A number of posters have pointed out that this isn't necessarily true, and got quite indignant about the idea that their optics were not genuine German. I'm lost now on the finer detail of this, but there's certainly a caste system within S&B optics.
If you want to check the age and provenance of an S&B 'scope you'll need the Serial No. You could then e-mail S&B (UK) for the year of manufacture.
I think that like rifles it always useful to have the S/N if you're thinking of buying. I've noticed that while private sellers of 'firearms' rarely give the S/No on Guntrader ads, for instance, there are an increasing number of RFD's who don't post the S/No which they must have in their register. Maybe this is to cover up the age & likely number of previous owners.