Dr. Ivan Šreter Award
The award is named after Dr. Ivan Šreter (1951–1991), a Croatian physician who was sentenced to jail time in Communist Yugoslavia in 1987 for choosing to use the distinct Croatian umirovljeni časnik to refer to his patient as a retired officer, rather than using penzionisani oficir. During the Croatian War of Independence he was taken captive by Serb troops and presumably killed, although his remains have not been found as of April 2008[update].
- 1993 - László Bulcsú for suosnik, as a replacement for the term koaksijalni kabel (Eng: coaxial cable)
- 2006 - Nada Arar-Premužić for uspornik, as a replacement for the term ležeći policajac (Eng: speed bump)
- 2008 - Vilim Pantlik for naplatnica as replacement for naplatna kućica (Eng: tollbooth)
- 2009 - Drago Štambuk for proširnica, as a replacement for žilni potporanj (Eng: stent)
- 2010 - Vinko Vukadin for ispraznica as replacement for floskula (Eng: platitude)
- Grčević, Mario (2002). Some remarks on recent lexical changes in the Croatian language (PDF). Lexical Norm and National Language. München: Verlag Otto Sagner. p. 151. ISBN 3-87690-823-X. Retrieved 2009-05-10.
- "Nagrada "Dr. Ivan Šreter"" (PDF). Reumatizam (in Croatian). 54 (1). July 2007. Retrieved 18 January 2017.
- "Nagrada za najbolju novu riječ". Vijenac (in Croatian). Matica hrvatska (393). 26 March 2009. ISSN 1330-2787. Retrieved 2013-02-04.
- "OD FIGURE DO KULTURE – NEOLOGIZAM Riječi, značenja i svjetovi". Vijenac (in Croatian) (408). 2009-10-22. ISSN 1330-2787. Retrieved 2013-07-29.
- Dr. Ivan Šreter Foundation and Jezik Magazine Archived April 10, 2008, at the Wayback Machine
- "Naplatnica" best new Croatian word[dead link]
- Izabrane tri najbolje riječi od predloženih 4000 Archived March 20, 2009, at the Wayback Machine
- Ispraznica, osjećajnik i parkomat najbolje nove hrvatske riječi