Croat

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From Medieval Latin Croata, from Proto-Slavic *xorvat- (Croat), the Croatian autonym. It, in turn, is probably of non-Slavic origin: it is probably from an Iranian or Germanic language. Compare cravat.

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Croat (plural Croats)

  1. A native or inhabitant of Croatia; a person of Croatian citizenship or ethnicity.
  2. (dated) An irregular soldier, generally from Croatia.

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