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- n. A person from Herzegovina (southern region of Bosnia and Herzegovina)
- adj. Of, from, or pertaining to Herzegovina and its inhabitants
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to Herzegovina.
- n. A native of Herzegovina.
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Framing it are ragged beech and pine-covered peaks, which some locals have tagged the "Herzegovinian Himalaya."
ON Oct. 14, 1991, Radovan Karadzic spoke at a session of the Bosnian-Herzegovinian Parliament, which had been debating a referendum on independence from the rump Yugoslavia.
Bosnia and Herzegovinanoun: Bosnian (s), Herzegovinian (s) adjective: Bosnian, Herzegovinian
Nationality: noun: Bosnian (s), Herzegovinian (s) adjective: Bosnian, Herzegovinian
A Moslem woman walking black-faced in white robes among the terraces of a blossoming orchard, her arms full of irises, was the last we saw of the Herzegovinian plains; and our road took us into mountains at first so gruffly barren, so coarsely rocky, that they were almost squalid.
She came in contact with Lyubibratitch, the Herzegovinian chief, and at once joined the forces in the field, attaching herself to a party of comitadji led by a French officer.
International disputes: Ethnic Serbs have occupied UN protected areas in eastern Croatia and along the western Bosnia and Herzegovinian border
Bosnia and Herzegovina noun: Bosnian (s), Herzegovinian (s) adjective: Bosnian, Herzegovinian
Serbs have occupied UN protected areas in eastern Croatia and along the western Bosnia and Herzegovinian border; dispute with Slovenia over fishing rights in Adriatic
It is safe to pass rapidly over the Servian-Bosnian-Herzegovinian-Austro-Hungarian complication which served as the immediate precipitant of hostilities.