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Croatian

adverb

1) Of or pertaining to Croatia.

noun

1) A Croat.

Example Sentences for

Croatian

1) The Military Merit Cross -LRB- German : Militärverdienstkreuz , Croatian : Vojni kri za zaslugeHrvatska , Vjesnik -RRB- was a decoration of the Empire of Austria and , after the establishment of the Dual Monarchy in 1867 , the Empire of Austria-Hungary
2) coronation of Coloman of Hungary in the town of Biograd , adding the Croatian duchies of Slavonia and Dalmatia to the crown of Hungary
3) Western subgroup composed of Slovene and Serbo-Croatian -LRB- Croatian , Bosnian , Serbian , Montenegrin -RRB-
4) The Roman Catholic church of the Blessed Virgin Mary has services in Hungarian and Croatian
5) Vranje was part of the Croatian national team in 2002 FIFA World Cup where he played in two games
6) Zvonimir Boban -LRB- ; born 8 October 1968 in Imotski -RRB- is a Croatian former football midfielder who played most of his professional career for Serie A club Milan and was a member of the Croatia national team , which he captained to third place at the 1998 FIFA World Cup
7) Croatian King Petar Sva i dies as the last Croatian king in the Battle of Gvozd Mountain against the army of the King Coloman of Hungary
8) Jerko Leko -LRB- born 9 April 1980 -RRB- is a Croatian football player
9) He has also said that although he always played fairly for Yugoslavia , playing for Croatia and hearing the Croatian national anthem was always his dream
10) Aleksandra Bulgarian , Croatian , Estonian , Macedonian , Polish , Russian , Serbian
11) Jurica Vranje -LRB- ; born 31 January 1980 in Osijek -RRB- is a Croatian footballer who is currently free agent
12) Zvonimir Boban -LRB- born 8 October 1968 -RRB- is a former Croatian football player
13) He was subsequently loaned to Varteks Vara din during the inaugural season of the Croatian First League in the spring of 1992 , making 21 appearances and scoring nine goals in the league before returning to Dinamo Zagreb the following summer
14) He is currently the all-time top goalscorer of the Croatian First League with a total of 126 goals , and also scored 122 domestic league goals for Croatian club Dinamo Zagreb , 117 of which were in the Croatian First League
15) The Military Merit Cross -LRB- German : Militärverdienstkreuz , Croatian : Vojni kri za zaslugeHrvatska u Prvome svjetskom ratu , Vjesnik -RRB- was a decoration of the Empire of Austria and , after the establishment of the Dual Monarchy in 1867 , the Empire of Austria-Hungary
16) HNL or for sponsorship reasons the T-Com Prva HNL , is the top Croatian football league competition , established in 1992
17) Igor Cvitanovi -LRB- born 1 November 1970 -RRB- is a former Croatian football player
18) Marko Babi -LRB- born 28 January 1981 -RRB- is a Croatian football player
19) The Roman Catholic church of the Blessed Virgin Mary holds services in Croatian and Hungarian
20) Split Tours is a Croatian tourist agency founded in 1992
21) Marko Babi -LRB- born 28 January 1981 in Osijek -RRB- is a Croatian international footballer who is currently unattached
22) Jurica Vranje -LRB- born 31 January 1980 -RRB- is a Croatian football player
23) The Croatian Kajkavian dialect is more similar to Slovenian than to the Croatian standard language itself
24) Igor Cvitanovi -LRB- born November 1 , 1970 in Osijek -RRB- is a retired Croatian football striker
25) The same subdialect of Shtokavian is also the basis of standard Croatian , Serbian , and Montenegrin , so all are mutually intelligible
26) Bezenye is a village in Gy r-Moson-Sopron county , Hungary -LRB- Croatian Bizonja German Pallersdorf -RRB-
27) Jerko Leko -LRB- born April 9 , 1980 in Zagreb -RRB- is a Croatian footballer who currently plays for Turkish club Bucaspor
28) Beside Hungarian and Croatian , he spoke German , Spanish , English , French and Esperanto
29) Yugoslavia -LRB- Croatian , Serbian , Slovene : Jugoslavija ; Macedonian , Serbian Cyrillic : -RRB- is a term that describes three political entities that existed successively on the western part of Balkan Peninsula in Europe , during most of the 20th century
30) 1856 - Dragutin Gorjanovic-Kramberger , Croatian paleontologist -LRB- d. 1936 -RRB-