From the words Serbian (Serbo when used as a prefix) and Croatian.
- (historical) The standard language of Yugoslavia, in which Serbian and Croatian languages were considered as a unit (as "Eastern variant" and "Western variant" respectively), and in which Bosnian language did not exist
- An umbrella term for all the Slavic dialects spoken in nowadays Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro; in dialectology commonly referred to as Central South Slavic diasystem.
- A macrolanguage grouping of standard Bosnian, Croatian and Serbian language employed by ISO 639-3
- Category:Serbo-Croatian language for words in Serbo-Croatian
- pertaining to the Serbo-Croatian language
Some persons from the former Yugoslavia may object to the use of "Serbo-Croatian", or find it offensive, preferring the use of the names of the individual national languages (Croatian, Bosnian, Serbian).el:Serbo-Croatian fr:Serbo-Croatian lt:Serbo-Croatian hu:Serbo-Croatian pl:Serbo-Croatian ta:Serbo-Croatian