[kroh-ey-shuh n, -shee-uh n]
- of or relating to Croatia, its people, or their language.
- a Croat.
- Serbo-Croatian as spoken and written in Croatia, differing from Serbian chiefly in its use of the Latin alphabet.
Origin of Croatian
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Examples from the Web for croatian
Neymar restored order in the 28th minute with a goal of geometrical precision, hit low into the right corner of the Croatian goal.
Down Fred went and the ref blew his whistle, piercing Croatian hearts as he pointed to the penalty spot.
Never mind that Sokolich is actually of Croatian extraction.In New Jersey, There’s No Exit for Chris Christie’s Bridge Trolls
January 9, 2014
After the tour, Saša and I head back to the main bar area and sit in a booth on the Croatian side where I ask him a few questions.
Stacks of empties in crates in plain sight (on the Croatian side).
Thus the Serbs and their Croatian brothers were acutely in conflict.The Birth of Yugoslavia, Volume 1
Footnote 696: On the status of the Croatian kingdom see p. 507.The Governments of Europe
Frederic Austin Ogg
He brightened when the count spoke to him in rapid Croatian.
They were speaking rapidly and in what he supposed must be the Croatian tongue.
But if the language should be Croatian or Hungarian he would still be in the dark.
- of, relating to, or characteristic of Croatia, its people, or their language
- the language that is spoken in Croatia, formerly regarded as a dialect of Serbo-Croat (Croato-Serb)
- a native or inhabitant of Croatia
- a speaker of Croatian
See at Bosnian
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