Bosnian ([Bosanski] error: {{lang}}: text has italic markup (help), Cyrillic script: босански, Bosnian pronunciation: [bǒsanskiː]) is a name commonly uised for Serbo-Croatian as spoken bi Bosniaks; as a standardized form o the Shtokavian dialect, it is ane o three Serbo-Croatian standards uised offeecially in Bosnie an Herzegovinae.[1] The same subdialect o Shtokavian is an aw the basis o standard Croatian, Serbian, an Montenegrin, sae aw ar mutually intelligible. Up till the dissolution o umwhile SFR Yugoslavia, thay wur treatit as a unitary Serbo-Croatian leid, an that term is still uised tae refer tae the common base (vocabulary, grammar an syntax) o what ar the day offeecially fower naitional standards. The Bosnian standard uises the Latin alphabet, tho the Cyrillic alphabet is an aw acceptit, chiefly tae accommodate previous uisage in the umwhile SFR Yugoslavia, but is seldom uised in practice.

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  1. http://www.ohr.int/ohr-dept/legal/oth-legist/doc/fbih-constitution.doc See Art. 6 of the Constitution of the Federation o Bosnie an Herzegovinae, available at the official website of Office of the High Representative in Bosnie an Herzegovinae