With the completely washed out Serbian uniforms mixed the brilliant colors of those of the montenegrin guard.
The fertile lands of Yugoslavia were open to montenegrin emigration.
One of the first results of this victory was the invasion, by Serb and montenegrin troops, of Bosnia.
As it was absolutely necessary for me to have a guide, I chose a montenegrin called Kniaz.
I explained that our soldiers loved the bayonet as much as the montenegrin loved the handjar.
And the noble montenegrin shook his hand with ferocious energy.
A new montenegrin town and haven may arise, but not on the site of the ancient town and haven of the eastern Bari.
Here you can buy at a cheap rate all the necessaries of montenegrin existence.
The French indignantly repudiate the suggestion that they are coercing the montenegrin King.
Tobacco is a cheap luxury, and I am told montenegrin tobacco is good.
Adriatic coastal nation, from Venetian Italian (Tuscan monte nero), literally "black mountain," a loan-translation of the local Slavonic name, Crnagora. Related: Montenegrine.