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Language and identity are two items impossible to ignore in a `nation` defined by following different elements within it and with language indicating feelings of group belonging. Bosnia and Herzegovina has a very distinguished place in the world with its history and mosaic-like unity, and has included three ethnicities over recent centuries. fromt time to time, similarities have bounded in contrast to the differences seperating and deepening the `otherness feeling`. Governing rules in the Bosnia and Herzegovina territories have had the leading effect of shaping the characterisitics of those areas. The most distinct turning points writing the fate of those territories were the Ottoman Empire and the former Yugoslavia. In our study, we aim to study that process in terms of ethnical and linguistic perspectives.