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That’s right. The word may sound funny and awkward to use, it wouldn’t be funny for the younger generation who would grow up with the words.
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Samohod doesn’t sound funny to me. We have this word in Russian language
We also have ‘lunohod’ – a machine sent to the Moon
Or, самолет (airplane), самокат (scooter) and many other words similarly formed.

We need a legislation that prevents organisations and advertisements agencies from using foreign words unless no substitute can be found. I think similar legislation exist in some developed countries. I can't remember in which countries.

It does for us, since we do not use it, samolet as well. We use auto and avion, true 'slavic' words :). Croats have zrakoplov, which is also nice.

We need a legislation that prevents organisations and advertisements agencies from using foreign words unless no substitute can be found. I think similar legislation exist in some developed countries. I can't remember in which countries.

Yes we do, I cannot believe the crap I am seeing in the printed or even visual media. People using vulgar, colloquial language on TV and newspapers has to be prohibited. It is true I use turkcisms in my colloquial language, I say комшија instead of сусјед, but to hear such colloquialism, or vulgar language on the TV or read it in the newspaper, when a substitute does exist, is just wrong. I use it since my forefathers weren't able to learn it better in school or in general education, I as well wasn't able to do that, but my children HAVE to be able to learn Serbian Slavic in their life.

I would go so far to say it is the matter of general dignity of the nation.

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