Languages of Yugoslavia

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This is a list of the languages of the former country of Yugoslavia:

  • Serbo-Croato-Slovenian, official language of the former Kingdom of Yugoslavia
  • Serbo-Croatian, language of Bosnia and Hercegovina, Croatia, Montenegro and Serbia, previously Socialist Republics (SR) in Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
  • Macedonian language, language of Macedonia, previously SR Macedonia in Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
  • Slovene language, language of Slovenia, previously SR Slovenia in Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
  • Bosnian language, standard form of Serbo-Croatian used in Bosnia and Hercegovina after breakup of Yugoslavia
  • Croatian language, standard form of Serbo-Croatian used in Croatia after breakup of Yugoslavia
  • Montenegrin language, standard form of Serbo-Croatian used in Montenegro after breakup of Yugoslavia
  • Serbian language, standard form of Serbo-Croatian used in Serbia after breakup of Yugoslavia
  • Albanian language, co-official language in Autonomous Province of Kosovo in Socialist Republic of Serbia of Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia

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