What does the word Croat mean?

What does the word Croat mean?

native or inhabitant of Croatia
noun. a native or inhabitant of Croatia; Croatian.

How do Croatians say split?

split, croatia Pronunciation. split, croa·t·i·a.

How do Croatians say Dubrovnik?

Give it a go!…Pronunciation of places names in Croatia.

Place Pronunciation Comments
Dubrovnik doo-brov-nik emphasis is on first syllable, not the second!
Split same as in English!
Pula poo-la
Rovinj roh-veen with a trilled r

What is a Serb or Croat?

Both Croat and Croatian refer to the language and people of Croatia; Serbian refers to the language of Serbia, while Serb designates the people. Serbs and Croats understand one another’s speech, but their alphabets are very different.

Is Croat a Scrabble word?

No, croat is not in the scrabble dictionary.

How do you pronounce Korcula?

  1. Phonetic spelling of Korcula. kor-cha-la. Kor-cula. ko-r-cu-la.
  2. Meanings for Korcula.
  3. Translations of Korcula. Arabic : كوركولا Chinese : 科尔丘拉 Russian : Корчула Korean : 코르 출라 Japanese : コルチュラ

Do Serbs and Croats speak the same language?

SOME 17m people in Bosnia, Serbia, Croatia and Montenegro speak variations of what used to be called Serbo-Croatian or Croato-Serbian. Officially though, the language that once united Yugoslavia has, like the country, ceased to exist. Instead, it now has four names: Bosnian, Serbian, Croatian and Montenegrin.

What is the definition of a Croat?

Define Croat. Croat synonyms, Croat pronunciation, Croat translation, English dictionary definition of Croat. n. 1. a. A native or inhabitant of Croatia. b. A person of Croatian ancestry. 2. Serbo-Croatian as used in Croatia, distinguished from Serbian primarily by…

What are some of the best Croatian dictionaries?

• Gazophylacium: Latin-Croatian dictionary & Croatian-Latin, by Ivan Belosteneć (1740) • Dictionar, ili Réchi Szlovenszke: Croatian-Latin dictionary (Kajkavian dialect) by Juraj Habdelić (1670)

Is Serbo-Croatian the same as Croatian?

Serbo-Croatian as used in Croatia, distinguished from Serbian primarily by its being written in the Latin alphabet. In all senses also called Croatian. [New Latin Croata, from Serbo-Croatian Hrvāt .] American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition. Copyright © 2016 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company.

What was the first book written in Croatian?

• Misal po zakonu rimskoga dvora (1483) the first Croatian book, written in Glagolitic alphabet • Die Entstehung der kroatischen Literatursprache: formation of the Croatian literary language, by Mario Grčević (1997) • Povijest hrvatske knjievnosti: history of the Croatian literature, by Branko Vodnik (1913)