The Bosnian language (or bosanski/босански, pronounced [‘bɒsanski] in Bosnian) is a South Slavic language which has developed itself from the Indo-European language group based on a dialect called Shtokavian dialect. It’s spoken primarily in Bosnia and Herzegovina and in the region of Sandzak in Serbia and Montenegro. The language officially uses both Latin and Cyrillic alphabets, although the latter goes into rapid decline.
Writing system: Latin (Gaj), Cyrillic (Serbian Cyrillic)
Official language in:
Bosnia and Herzegovina