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The city draws its name from the spiny broom (Croatian: "spljet"), a common shrub in the area, after which the Greek colony of Aspálathos or Spálathos (Σπάλαθος) was named. The Serbo-Croatian term became "Split" or "Spljet". In the late 19th century, Croatian linguists proposed that the name derives from ' ("spur"), referring to a spur near an inn where horses were changed. Similarly, Marulić's 15th-century work "" is related to modern-day Split.