Definition for jugoslav (2 of 2)
Origin of Yugoslav
Examples from the Web for jugoslav
The western world has already heard of the rich mine of Jugoslav folk-literature.
Jugoslav lyric poetry is divided into several groups, as, for instance, one grouping contains poems concerning marriage.
That the unity and independence of the Jugoslav Nation is considered of vital importance by Italy.
For a Jugoslav girl to have been seen in company with an Italian sailor would have meant her social ostracism, if nothing worse.The New Frontiers of Freedom from the Alps to the gean|Edward Alexander Powell
The love songs of the Jugoslav lands have a dreamy, calm and exalted sweetness that reminds us of the Alps and the Cevennes.
British Dictionary definitions for jugoslav (1 of 2)
British Dictionary definitions for jugoslav (2 of 2)
Word Origin and History for jugoslav
1853, from Slav + Serbo-Croatian jugo- "south," comb. form of jug "south, south wind, noon," from Old Church Slavonic jugu.