There word is very rare,more Croatian than Serbian too,too bad someone deleted my mark.
- The word is definitely not rare. Among youth in Croatia the word is even more popular than the standard word *prijatelj*. You'll have to back up your claim about the word being "very rare" as googling for it (site:hr "frend") gives about 800 thousand results within the .hr domain. However, I have already explained that in my edit summary so I'm not exactly sure why you're acting clueless here. kajkavski (talk) 15:10, 8 January 2013 (UTC)
Yes kajkavski,yes you are right absolutely.In Croatia it is dear kajkavski but not in Serbia.I noticed your Croat wish to dominate this wiktioanry very soon.Not all Serbo-Croat speakers live in Croatia,MORE THAN DOUBLE PEOPLE SPEAK SERBIAN THAN CROATIAN.So it is minor.Almost every newly created Croat word is minor.
- Sorry but you'll have to consult someone else about your problems. I'm done talking here. kajkavski (talk) 15:24, 8 January 2013 (UTC)
I don't have problems.You problem is that you're being Croat-centric.The word is rare and almost non-existent outside Croatia.Just because it is popular among Croatian mladež does't mean it is used in Serbia,Bosnia,Montenegro or even older Croatians.
I can only wish Serbian was listed here separate as it is but unfortunately it isn't.