Crnògorac
Crnògorac m {{c=0}}({{/c}}Crnògōrka ž{{c=0}}){{/c}} 〈G -ōrca, N mn Crnogórci〉 {{c=0}}stanovnik ili državljanin Crne Gore{{/c}}

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