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The fact that his father is a Slovene and his mother is a Croat seems all too fitting.Half of This Bar Is in Slovenia, the Other Half Is in Croatia|Jeff Campagna|January 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Suddenly the reader is treated to a history of ties involving Roman orators and Croat mercenaries.
Croat, being pronounced Cro-at, was easily corrupted into cravat.Odd Volume|Various
In the then excited state of the public mind on the Croat question, the manoeuvre was adroitly conceived.
Many persons have repeated that he has a Croat father, yet they should in fairness add that his father's father came from Venice.
For many years he was the only Croat politician who gave himself the trouble to go amongst the peasants.
To the Croat, in the old Empire, it was immaterial whether the officials were more or less costly.
- a native or inhabitant of Croatia
- a speaker of Croatian
from Serbo-Croatian Hrvat "a Croat," from Old Church Slavonic Churvatinu "Croat," literally "mountaineer, highlander," from churva "mountain" (cf. Russian khrebet "mountain chain").