Definition of Bosnia and Herzegovina in English:

Bosnia and Herzegovina

(also Bosnia-Herzegovina)

proper noun

  • A country in southeastern Europe, in the Balkans, formerly a constituent republic of Yugoslavia; population 4,613,400 (est. 2009); capital, Sarajevo; languages, Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian.

    Bosnia

Pronunciation:

Bosnia and Herzegovina

/ˌbäznēə ən ˌhertsəˈɡōvənə/