The language of the now-dissolved country of Yugoslavia, a territory in the western part of the Balkans, is Serbo-Croatian. Serbo-Croatian is South Slavic language and the primary language of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Serbia and Montenegro. Serbo-Croatian has four standard variants, but these variants are very similar and remain mutually intelligible. The language was standardized in the 19th century, decades before the first Yugoslavia was created. Baby Name World curates several categories of Slavic and Baltic language families including Yugoslavian and Serbo-Croatian baby names and name meanings.