Užican dialect

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The Užice dialect or Zlatibor dialect (Serbian: ужички говор, užički govor or златиборски говор, zlatiborski govor) is a dialect in the Serbo-Croatian dialect continuum, classified among the Eastern Herzegovinian sub-dialects of the Štokavian dialect. It is traditionally spoken by c. 500,000 people the Bosniaks and Serbs of the region in the Zlatibor and Moravica Districts in the Užice region (Stari Vlah) in the south-western part of Serbia.The Užice region consists of Zlatibor, užička Crna gora, Stari Vlah, Soko, Požega Valley, Moravica, Polimlje and Podblaće, which comprise a region with some specific geographic, and somewhat also ethnographic characteristics within Serbia Р. Познановић, „Традиционално усмено народно стваралаштво Ужичког краја“, Посебна издања Етнографског института САНУ 30/1, Београд 1988, p. 24-25According to there were 313,396 people living in the Zlatibor District (the capital of which is Užice) and 224,772...
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