numerology

Numerology information Bosniak:

numerologyName Number: 8 Meaning: Outer, Body, Physical, Ambition, Power, Progress, Career, Success, Respect, Fame, Means, Karma

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Definition funny of Bosniak:

urbanA Bosniak is Slavic Muslim, whose native land is Bosnia & Herzegnovia, but Bosniaks Are found in other coutries notably Macedonia and Slovenia as well. The Term was created in 1993 to Replace "Muslim" as the term for the Islamic Slav inhabitants of Bosnia & Herzegnovia. Bosniaks speak Serbo-Croatian, and it can be written in either Latin or Cyrillic. Despite being Islamic, Bosniaks are not devout Muslims as with most Muslims in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union, as most have Deist, Agonist, or Atheist beliefs. Islamic dress is very, very rare, and most Bosniaks consume alcohol. Bosniaks are similar to Serbs, religion Notwithstanding. THe Slav inhabitants were converted to Islam en masse by Turks in the 16th century, but the reasoning behind this is unclear. Do not listen to the moron above, Bosniaks are indeed Slavs. Bosniaks are the Majority population in Bosnia & Herzegnovia, make up 48% of the populous.

urbanBosniaks are the largest group of Muslim Slavs at 3.1 million but Torbeshi Macedonian Muslims Pomaks Bulgarian Muslims Sandzak Serbs, Goranski another group of Muslim Serbs Slovenian Muslims, Montenegrin Muslims, Croatian Muslims HA! blew back up in your face, Drazen and Gorani Another Group of Macedonian Muslims, who speak a languageGoran only found in their region in the entire world] also make up a sizeable majority.

urbanName for slavic muslims. Bosniak is derived from the name Bosnia (because most slavic muslims originate from Bosnia). The term Bosniak actually originated sometime in the third century of Bosnia being a part of the Ottoman Empire.

urbanThat is also the reason why today one can find Bosnjak as a last name in Turkey(Bosniaks moving to Turkey at the time of Austrian annexation of Bosnia and later dates) and in other former Ottoman provinces in the middle east. Even in Croatia there are Slavic Catholics with the last name Bosnjak(which is the result of the forceful conversion of Slavic Muslims in the Krajina and Dalmatia region after that territory was lost to the Venetian Republic).

urban1.)a common lastname for Croats in the bosnia region. 2.)it is also a word used for anybody who lives in the bosnia region. 3.)the slavic muslims of bosnia & hercegovina use this word as the name of their so called ethnicity to differentiate themselves from catholic Croats of BiH who consider the muslims of this area as Croats of muslim faith. refer to Pomak for the other muslim slavs of the balkans.

urbanhey my bosniak friend, how has things been?

urbanA smelly person, u stupid muslims just came up wit that name a few years ago, it dosent mean anything!!!

songs

Songs about Bosniak:

songsLustiger Bosniak by Die Super 9 from the Album Super 9

books

Books about Bosniak:

booksUnsure Drops: Poetry By A Bosniak Mathematician in Japan by Omer Bosnawi (Oct 3, 2014)

booksThe Bosniak by Adil Zulfikarpasic and Milovan Djilas (Jul 20, 1998)

booksThe Bosniaks and challenges of modernity: Late Ottoman and Hapsburg times (Savremena islamska misao) by Fikret Karcic (1999)

booksA Centennial of Bosniaks in America by Senad Agic (2006)

booksBOSNIAK, BLEFAROPLASTIA COSMETICA by BOSNIAK (2004)

booksThe Citizen and the Alien: Dilemmas of Contemporary Membership [Paperback] [2008] (Author) Linda Bosniak (2008)

booksThe Citizen and the Alien: Dilemmas of Contemporary Membership by Bosniak, Linda [2008] (0100)

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Wiki information Bosniak:

Bosniaks
Ethnicity

The Bosniaks, or less commonly Bosniacs, are a South Slavic nation and ethnic group inhabiting mainly homeland Bosnia and Herzegovina along with a native minority present in other countries of the Balkan Peninsula; especially in the Sandžak region of...

Croat–Bosniak War
Military Conflict, War, Event

The Croat–Bosniak War was a conflict between the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the self-proclaimed secessionist Croatian Community of Herzeg-Bosnia, supported by the Republic of Croatia, that lasted from 19 June 1992 – 23 February 1994. The...