- Bosnia and Herzegovina
- Bosnia and Herzegovina [bäz′nē ə and hert΄sə gō vē′nə]country in SE Europe: it came under Turkish rule in the 15th cent. and under Austro-Hungarian control in 1878: it was part of Yugoslavia (1918-91): 19,741 sq mi (51,129 sq km); pop. 4,366,000; cap. Sarajevo: also Bosnia-HerzegovinaBosnianadj., n.
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