According to WEAVER (2011), this populace has been officially, and inconsistently
at that, named Catholic Rascians, Illyrians, or Catholic Serbs, with the name Croats,
used for Bunyevs, appearing in the Hungarian census data only in mid‐19th century.
- p. 73
Bojan Belić et al. Banat Bulgarian and Bunjev: A language emancipation perspective.
(2018) Megjelent: Linguistic Regionalism in Eastern Europe and beyond pp. 66-84