Examples from the Web for montenegrin
Our room swarmed with the far-famed Montenegrin fleas, and other still more ferocious natives.
An English visitor to the Montenegrin capital had been invited to lunch at the palace.The New Frontiers of Freedom from the Alps to the gean|Edward Alexander Powell
Convoys which had gone towards Prizrend, had been recalled, and all were now hurrying to the Montenegrin frontier.The Flaming Sword in Serbia and Elsewhere|Mabel Annie Boulton Stobart
This bright idea pleased everyone, for your Montenegrin dearly loves "to peacock."Through the Land of the Serb|Mary Edith Durham
This man turned out to be a Montenegrin, who had once got somehow to Constantinople.
British Dictionary definitions for montenegrin (1 of 2)
- a native or inhabitant of Montenegro
- a speaker of Montenegrin
British Dictionary definitions for montenegrin (2 of 2)
Word Origin and History for montenegrin
Adriatic coastal nation, from Venetian Italian (Tuscan monte nero), literally "black mountain," a loan-translation of the local Slavonic name, Crnagora. Related: Montenegrine.