Yugoslavia

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Borrowing from Serbo-Croatian Jugoslavija, in turn from jugo (south) and slavija (slavia, the land of the Slavs). Literally, the land of the southern Slavs.

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  • IPA(key): /juːgəˈslɑːviə/

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Yugoslavia

  1. A former country on the Balkan Peninsula, made up of the now-independent nations of Serbia and Montenegro, Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovenia, and Croatia; it disintegrated in the 1990s.

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Yugoslavia ?

  1. Yugoslavia