Translation for 'Croat' from English to Bulgarian
NOUN   a Croat | Croats
SYNO Croat | Croatian
Croat {noun}
хърватин {м}
Croat {noun} [female]
хърватка {ж}
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Translation for 'Croat' from English to Bulgarian

Croat {noun}
хърватин {м}етн.
Croat {noun} [female]
хърватка {ж}етн.
Usage Examples English
  • Croatian Brazilians (...) are Brazilians of full, partial, or predominantly Croat descent, or Croat-born people residing in Brazil.
  • After the death of priest Pajo Kujundžić in 1915, another Croat from Bačka, Rajić took the lead role among Croat priests in Bačka.
  • He persistently working on the national awakening of Croat subgroups Bunjevci i Šokci, at the time heavily exposed to intensive assimilatory and decroatization policy.
  • Croats in Hungary call this town as "Olaš". The Croat name came as shortening of its Hungarian name, as it was easier for Croat speakers to pronounce it that way.
  • This federation, which consisted mostly of Croat and Slovenian members, affiliated with the SPA in 1910.

  • On 3 October 1991, SAO Krajina paramilitary and territorial defense forces entered the village and committed their first massacre of the Croat inhabitants, killing 9 Croat civilians.
  • , an Ottoman statesman of Croat The Ustase claimed that such "Muslim Serbs" had to earn Croat status.
  • In 1977, journalist Nikola Majstrović was tasked to make a documentary featuring Croat emigrants in USA, titled "The Croats: Terrorists or Freedom Fighters", in which Zdravka Bušić appears along her friend Mercedes Škegro, posing with guns and Croat fascist insignia.
  • In July 2010, Željko Komšić, the croat member of Bosnia-Herzegovina's Presidency, announced that he recognised Serbia without Kosovo. He repeated the same stance in December 2019.
  • Among the twelve noble Croat tribes that had a right to choose the Croat king, the Gusić tribe was from Lika.

  • On August 13, 1942, the croat Ustashe took the Serbian inhabitants of this village to the village church.
  • As a Bunjevci Croat from southern Hungary, he participated at the Paris Peace Conference on September 22, 1919, as a part of the Bunjevci Croat mission.
  • The Trusina massacre occurred on 16 April 1993 in the village of Trusina, located in the municipality of Konjic in Bosnia and Herzegovina, where 22 people, four Croat soldiers and 18 Croat civilians, were killed by the Army of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina (ARBiH) during the Croat–Bosniak War.
  • Ivo Miro Jović [...] (born 15 July 1950) is a Bosnian Croat former politician who served as the 5th Croat member of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina from 2005 to 2006.
  • Slaven Bačić ([...]; born 1965) is a Serbian Croat legal historian and lawyer, and the current president of the Croat National Council of Serbia.

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