Slovinac

Slovínac m (Slovjénac)
DEFINICIJA
knjiš. <G Slovínca, N mn Slovínci, G Slòvīnācā> 1. pov. stanovnik velikog područja hrv. i bosanskohercegovačkih zemalja a. bez obzira na vjeru i današnju nacionalnu sliku b. Hrvat (prema Talijanima i drugim bližim europskim narodima)
2. pov. onaj koji je pristalica slovinstva kao kulturnog i političkog projekta
3. pripadnik zapadnoslavenske etničke skupine u Poljskoj (oko 300 do 400 ljudi, jezik izumro poč. 20. st.)
ONOMASTIKA
pr. (etnonim, v. Slovinac1): Slovínac (Zagreb, Jastrebarsko, Nova Gradiška, Gvozd)

Hrvatski jezični portal. 2014.

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