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Bosnian language

LC control 00003105
Topical headingBosnian language
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Variant(s)Bosniac language
Bosniak language
See alsoBosnia and Herzegovina--Languages
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Slavic languages, Southern
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Serbo-Croatian language
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Scope noteHere are entered works on the language of the Bosnians treated as a separate language. Works on the language(s) of the Serbs or Croats treated as separate languages are entered under Serbian language or Croatian language. Works on the language(s) of the Serbs, Croats, and Bosnians treated together as a single language are entered under Serbo-Croatian language.
Subject example tracingNotes under Croatian language; Serbian language; Serbo-Croatian language
Found inBosnian Embassy website, April 6, 2000 (official languages: Bosnian, Serbian, Croatian; ethnic groups: Bosniacs, Serbs, Croats, others)
Communications Law in Transition website, April 7, 2000 (Erotel said that all the problems started when Erotel refused to broadcast in the Bosniak language)
Open Society Institute website "Education in Bosnia-Herzegovina", April 6, 2000 (Before the war, Serbo-Croatian or Croato-Serbian was used in Bosnia, Croatia and Serbia ... Now there are three "separate" languages .... The Bosniacs are institutionalizing the differences of Bosnian language which now replaces the subject of Serbo-Croatian in grammar school....The Federation Constitution allows for both Croatian and Bosniac languages)
LC database, April 6, 2000 (Bosnian language)