háček language

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háček language (plural háček languages)

  1. (informal) Any one of the four Slavic languages (viz. Czech, Serbo-Croatian, Slovak, and Slovene) and two Baltic languages (viz. Latvian and Lithuanian) that use the háček (ˇ) for the letters Č, Š, and Ž (or more, depending on the language) as part of their standard orthographies.