Serbo-Croat


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Wikipedia.

Serbo-Croat

, Serbo-Croatian
the language of the Serbs and the Croats, belonging to the South Slavonic branch of the Indo-European family. The Serbian dialect is usually written in the Cyrillic alphabet, the Croatian in Roman
References in periodicals archive ?
Languages: Serbian, Montenegrin (official), Bosnian, Albanian, Serbo-Croat, other, unspecified
Although headquarters dictated some of the content, we had a lot of autonomy in deciding what to play in both English and Serbo-Croat. I enjoyed it, and felt we were doing interesting and important work.
Destroyed Tomic, who was born in Germany to Croatian and Bosnian parents and can converse with Djokovic in Serbo-Croat, said: "Novak is a champion, one of the nicest guys on the tour.
The topics include information structure, constituent order, and case in Warihio, an Uto-Aztecan language spoken in Mexico; the information structure of object-verb-subject in Vedic; the decline of post-verbal topical subjects in Serbo-Croat; prosody, information structure, and word order changes in Portuguese; and evidence for two types of focus position in Old High German.
Drawing on a lifetime of experience living and studying in Egypt, Syria and the Balkans, the author - who is proficient in Arabic, Turkish, and Serbo-Croat - has produced an intimate portrait of the living practices of certain Sufi orders.
After all, the probe carries a long playing disc, in the event it encounters aliens, that has greetings in 55 languages (just in case they speak Serbo-Croat or Welsh) and provides a history of our planet.
In case of another crisis, Serbia could not benefit from an increase in Croatian gas production or from increased natural gas imports from Austria or from Krk unless there is a Serbo-Croat gas inter-connector extending into Bosnia.
He had waited all of 10 minutes to be stitched up in the Croatian capital but the notes they sent with him for his own doctor were in Serbo-Croat, making it unclear how many stitches needed to be removed.
City authorities had sounded the fire alarm and prepared shelters in an ancient fortress and a sports hall in case the fire spread to the city, prompting its evacuation - moves reminiscent of the 1991 Serbo-Croat war, when the city was bombarded by Serb rebels.
Later on, I was fascinated by a Soviet novel in its Serbo-Croat translation, Panteleimon Romanov's For Three Pairs of Silk Stockings.
In the early days, I tried everything I could to drum up publicity and make people interested in what we did: putting exotic meats on the menu such as kangaroo and crocodile, offering themed menus every Friday evening, such as Thai, French and Serbo-Croat, and generally running every `special' my imagination could come up with ( boules, charity evenings and music nights.
This compilation offers some remedy, with its songs representing Irish, Finnish, Serbo-Croat, Greek, Trinidadian, Portuguese, Polish, Jewish, Mexican, Italian, Norwegian, Puerto Rican, Ukrainian, Swiss, Austrian, and Anglo-Saxon traditions.