Definition of Russian. Meaning of Russian. Synonyms of Russian

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Definition of Russian

Russian
Russian Rus"sian (? or ?; 277), a. Of or pertaining to Russia, its inhabitants, or language. -- n. A native or inhabitant of Russia; the language of Russia. Russian bath. See under Bath.

Meaning of Russian from wikipedia

- Look up Russian in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Russian(s) refers to anything related to Russia, including: Russians (русские, russkiye), an ethnic...
- developing into the Russian Empire, which remains the third-largest empire in history. However, with the Russian Revolution in 1917, Russia's monarchic rule...
- Russian state. The Russian word for the former meaning is русские (russkiye), for the second meaning it is россияне (rossiyane). The Russian language is the...
- neo-****s ****cuting the Russian minority, and said that Russia's goal was to "demilitarise and de****fy" Ukraine. Russian air strikes and a ground invasion...
- centralized Russian national state, and secured independence against the Tatars. His grandson, Ivan IV (r. 1533–1584), became in 1547 the first Russian monarch...
- Russian is an East Slavic language, spoken primarily in Russia. It is the native language of the Russians and belongs to the Indo-European language family...
- Ukraine's pro-Russian president Viktor Yanukovych. Shortly after, pro-Russian unrest erupted in eastern and southern Ukraine, while unmarked Russian troops occupied...
- The Russian Revolution was a period of political and social change in the Russian Empire, starting in 1917. This period saw Russia abolish its monarchy...
- previously known as the Russian Soviet Republic and the Russian Socialist Federative Soviet Republic, and unofficially as Soviet Russia, was an independent...
- since the 10th century to write what would become the modern Russian language. The modern Russian alphabet consists of 33 letters: twenty consonants (⟨б⟩,...