Sounds Croatian, but it's all "Greek" to me. My father-in-law, an old Polock, called Slovenians, Croatians, Serbs, Bohemians, etc., "Glorified Polocks" (he himself spoke several languages fluently so he was just an "Old Polock", not the proverbial "Dumb Polock"). I don't usually do this but I'm sending you the address of a contact - a Croatian who has contacts in the "Old Country" and who loves to work on stuff like this. No charge this time (but you can send me a few Deutschmarks anyway if you're overwhelmed by a sudden impulse to do so). Enjoyed the chat. Viele danken und wiedersehen.