- of or relating to Serbia, its inhabitants, or their language.
Origin of Serbian
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Examples from the Web for serbian
As with his Serbian prediction, Paul was absolutely correct when it came to Spain: Germany lost, 1-0.The Amazing Tale of Paul the Psychic Octopus: Germany’s World Cup Soothsayer
July 12, 2014
In April last year, he sank his teeth into a Serbian player, Branislav Ivanovic, in the Premier League.Luis Suarez, Uruguay’s Notorious Soccer Vampire, Strikes Again—Biting Italian in World Cup Win
June 24, 2014
In a nod to existing Cold War tensions, Gozer is played by Serbian model Slavitza Jovan.The Scathing Sexual Politics of ‘Ghostbusters’
June 7, 2014
Wildstein wrote of the Fort Lee mayor, “It will be a tough November for this little Serbian.”In New Jersey, There’s No Exit for Chris Christie’s Bridge Trolls
January 9, 2014
In it we crossed the Croatian lines, then the Serbian lines.Bernard-Henri Levy Celebrates the Fraternity of Sarajevo Citizenship
November 30, 2013
Some tried to return to the Serbian shore, others fought on.
Consequently they were only able to receive the Serbian attack with rifle fire.
On August 14, 1914, began the first battle of the Serbian campaign.
On the morning of December 11, 1914, the Serbian advance began.
The ideas of Bogdanov regarding the Bulgarian and Serbian languages were current.The Birth of Yugoslavia, Volume 1
- of, relating to, or characteristic of Serbia, its people, or their language (formerly regarded as a dialect of Serbo-Croat)
- the language spoken in Serbia
- a native or inhabitant of Serbia
- a speaker of the Serbian language
See at Bosnian
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Word Origin and History for serbian
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