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It is normal, since people that migrate get their name from the region they migrated from, for example people from Croatia that came to Hungary were called Horvat (Croat), people from Rascia (medieval Serbia) that came to Hungary were called Racz (Rascian). If you migrate within the region, you will surely not be named by the same region you are inhabiting, since it isn't a useful designation.

But there are Srb toponyms in Serbia, so logically there should be Bošnja toponym in Bosnia. There are towns in Bosnia called Bosanska Krupa, Bosanska Gradiška, etc so that doesn't really explain why there are Bošnja place names in Serbia and Croatia.

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