"BRE" is a TURK word! so what now Serbs?

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Delije is a TURK word

Australia

#1 Jan 27, 2014
Most favorite word Serbs use "bre" is Turkish

Bre - A slang term which derives from the old tukish language (ottoman turkish)
http://nl.urbandictionary.com/define.php...

lol reminds me when bums come up and ask for money "hey CUZ you got a dollar CUZ"
or in Serbian "BRRREEE imas ti pare BRE"

So what now Bres/Serbs?
Kat is Turkish Word

Vrhnika, Slovenia

#2 Jan 27, 2014
So called croatian language is full of Turkish words

http://hr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turcizam
Delije is a TURK word

Australia

#3 Jan 27, 2014
That's irrelevant bre! The serbian language has more it has thousands of Turkish words

Everyday popular serb words are Turkish

.cet-nik
.bre
.pare
.delije.....
Karamarko is Turkish

Vrhnika, Slovenia

#4 Jan 27, 2014
so called croatian language is full of Turkish words
Kurvatica

Adelaide, Australia

#5 Jan 27, 2014
Dr Milan Sufflay

Adelaide, Australia

#6 Jan 27, 2014
Delije is a TURK word wrote:
That's irrelevant bre! The serbian language has more it has thousands of Turkish words
Everyday popular serb words are Turkish
.cet-nik
.bre
.pare
.delije.....
You are splitting hairs again ! "The serbian language has more it has thousands of Turkish words", so does the Croatian language, it has thousands of loan words inherrited from Turkish & a few inherrited from Avar turkish..!

Nobody knows exactly how many Turkish loan words are in the Croatian & Serbian languages but estimates vary for Croatia; as many as 2,500-5,000 Turkish loan words & Serbian; 7,500-8,000, again hair thin differences between the two.!
Delije is a TURK word

Australia

#7 Jan 27, 2014
Shut up serb coward!!!!! Next time use a serb nick instead of hiding and pretending your a Croat!!!!!

Your hero Arkan also has a Turk name as does your royal family Karageorge
Dr Milan Sufflay wrote:
<quoted text>You are splitting hairs again ! "The serbian language has more it has thousands of Turkish words", so does the Croatian language, it has thousands of loan words inherrited from Turkish & a few inherrited from Avar turkish..!
Nobody knows exactly how many Turkish loan words are in the Croatian & Serbian languages but estimates vary for Croatia; as many as 2,500-5,000 Turkish loan words & Serbian; 7,500-8,000, again hair thin differences between the two.!
Delije is a TURK word

Australia

#8 Jan 27, 2014
Another popular serb word of Turkish origin "pare"

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Para_ (currency)

serb language has the most Turkish words even their icons, heros,kings, districts, and popular greetings are Turkish

Bre
Pare
Arkan
Uros
Sandzak
Avala
Delije
Cet-nik

No doubt about serb culture in every form is Turkish.

FACTS are FACTS it's all there!!!!!
Kurvatica

Adelaide, Australia

#9 Jan 27, 2014
Delije is a TURK word wrote:
Shut up serb coward!!!!! Next time use a serb nick instead of hiding and pretending your a Croat!!!!!
Your hero Arkan also has a Turk name as does your royal family Karageorge
<quoted text>
coming from you hahaha pizdo mrsava
Magnifico

Kursumlija, Serbia

#10 Jan 27, 2014
Delije is a TURK word wrote:
That's irrelevant bre! The serbian language has more it has thousands of Turkish words
Everyday popular serb words are Turkish
.cet-nik
.bre
.pare
.delije.....
How stupid this thread and you are ? Its THE SAME LANGUAGE that Croats use.
There are slight differences, for example we don't use Turkish word KAT but Croats do. Secer, Jastuk, Carape, Limun, Krevet.......sve su to reci iz Turskog jezika. Rec bre koriste i Grci i Albanci.
Dr Milan Sufflay

Adelaide, Australia

#11 Jan 27, 2014
Delije is a TURK word wrote:
Shut up serb coward!!!!! Next time use a serb nick instead of hiding and pretending your a Croat!!!!!
Your hero Arkan also has a Turk name as does your royal family Karageorge
<quoted text>
I'am hiding ????!!!! You can talk Mr. Hide & Seek. Am i raining in on your parade !!!!, so you resort to calling me a Serb !, how pathetic you Goth/Hitlerite !
I'am happy with Dr Milan Sufflay nik, he was a great Croatian academic & i admire him for his scientific work which included Albanology
Serbs are not the only ones with surname suffix : Kara . The president of HDZ is Tomislav Karamarko & there is also a Croatian Men's national Futsal player by the name of Robert Karasic
Delije is a TURK word

Australia

#12 Jan 27, 2014
Magnifico wrote:
<quoted text>
How stupid this thread and you are ? Its THE SAME LANGUAGE that Croats use.
There are slight differences, for example we don't use Turkish word KAT but Croats do. Secer, Jastuk, Carape, Limun, Krevet.......sve su to reci iz Turskog jezika. Rec bre koriste i Grci i Albanci.
you don't get the point do you bre!!!!!

All languages share some influences from other languages but the serb language by far dominated by TURKISMS!!!!!

serb heroes have Turk names and serb royal family has a Turk last name!!!!!

serbian culture, words, names, districts are dominated overwhelmingly with TURKISMS

Visit Slovenia Croatia Montenegro and you experience European culture but visit serbia and its like little Turkey, the old Turkish ottoman architecture, massive Turkish influence with food, language, Turkish national costume is nearly identicle to southern serbia!!!!!

That should be clear and simple bre!!!!!

I'm just sick of serbs trying to use the Slavic identity when they're not real Slavs like the rest of us Slovenes Montenegrins and Croats.....that's why serbs recked yugoslavia they were the odd ones out!!!!! southern Slavs is a paradoxicle term when associated with serbs
Delije is a TURK word

Australia

#13 Jan 27, 2014
Dr Milan Sufflay wrote:
<quoted text> I'am hiding ????!!!! You can talk Mr. Hide & Seek. Am i raining in on your parade !!!!, so you resort to calling me a Serb !, how pathetic you Goth/Hitlerite !
I'am happy with Dr Milan Sufflay nik, he was a great Croatian academic & i admire him for his scientific work which included Albanology
Serbs are not the only ones with surname suffix : Kara . The president of HDZ is Tomislav Karamarko & there is also a Croatian Men's national Futsal player by the name of Robert Karasic
Be quiet you serb in wolfes clothing!!!!!

Kara does not always translate as the Turkish word Kara. Unlike Kara in the serbian language that ONLY came from the Turks!!!!!

WE all know your a serb hence the time when you used google serb translate and even then your ISP master flogged the absalute crap out of you because of your horrid attempt at speaking serbian hahahahahahaha the funny part was when you tried to ADD Croatian words to your post thinking no one would notice but we ALL did notice and your own shet blew up in your face hahahahahahaha even your fellow serb ISP thought you were pathetic!!!!!
Delije is a TURK word

Australia

#14 Jan 27, 2014
^~sheeps clothing~^
Dr Milan Sufflay

Melbourne, Australia

#15 Jan 27, 2014
Delije is a TURK word wrote:
<quoted text>
Be quiet you serb in wolfes clothing!!!!!
Kara does not always translate as the Turkish word Kara. Unlike Kara in the serbian language that ONLY came from the Turks!!!!!
WE all know your a serb hence the time when you used google serb translate and even then your ISP master flogged the absalute crap out of you because of your horrid attempt at speaking serbian hahahahahahaha the funny part was when you tried to ADD Croatian words to your post thinking no one would notice but we ALL did notice and your own shet blew up in your face hahahahahahaha even your fellow serb ISP thought you were pathetic!!!!!
ahhhaha this is definitely Sokol OvO & you call me a coward, what cheek !

Nice fairy tale you came up with

Your comment :

" Kara does not always translate as the Turkish word Kara. Unlike Kara in the serbian language that ONLY came from the Turks!!!!! " what a load of rubbish, you are making a fool of your self again, Shut up, you embarrassing the rest of us Croats here.!!!!

You bitch on one post here on Serbia Forum that a Serb poster is attacking other people based on their ethnicities yet here you are on this thread attacking the Serbs. You have made 3-4 BS threads on Serbia Forum "Serbs being Turks" & you have the audacity to play innocent, you hypocrite !
Kurvatica

Adelaide, Australia

#16 Jan 28, 2014
Its dalmatino, everytime when things get heated he hides ,changes name and starts showing his true nature.
Service

Niagara Falls, NY

#17 Jan 28, 2014
Kurvatica wrote:
Its dalmatino, everytime when things get heated he hides ,changes name and starts showing his true nature.
and your nature is servoslavekurvatica
Dr Milan Sufflay

Adelaide, Australia

#18 Jan 28, 2014
Kurvatica wrote:
Its dalmatino, everytime when things get heated he hides ,changes name and starts showing his true nature.
No, Dalmatino's style is a lot different.

This ' delije is a turk name ' poster's M.O. is very similar to Sokol OvO 's M.O.

Dalmatino doesnt bitch on about Serbian Royal Family names being Turkish, Serbian town names being Turkish etc. that's more like Sokol OvO .
Kurvatica

Adelaide, Australia

#19 Jan 28, 2014
Sokol in sydney lol.
anyways here are some more turkish words in serbo-croatian
Kurvatica

Adelaide, Australia

#20 Jan 28, 2014

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