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Russian ‘русский’

The database knows following meanings of the Russian word ‘русский’:

  • Russian
  • Ruthenian, East Slavic, ‘Rusian’ (syn.: ‘руський, восточнославянский’)
See also: российский

Semasiological map for ‘*rusьkъjь’

The database has information related to this term for Belarusian, Bosnian, Bulgarian, Croatian, Czech, Kashubian, Polish, Serbian, Slovak, Slovenian, Lower Sorbian, Upper Sorbian and Ukrainian.

Russian ‘русский’:

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Russian
русский
See also: российский
Meaning in Belarusian:
  1. рускі, расейскі / Russian
  2. рускі, усходнеславянскі / Ruthenian, East Slavic, ‘Rusian’
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Belarusian
рускі

See also: расійскі
Meaning in Russian:
  1. русский / Russian
  2. руський, восточнославянский / Ruthenian, East Slavic, ‘Rusian’
Russian
русский
See also: российский
Meaning in Bosnian:
  1. ruski / Russian
  2. istočnoslavenski / Ruthenian, East Slavic, ‘Rusian’
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Bosnian
ruski
Meaning in Russian:
  • русский / Russian
Russian
русский
See also: российский
Meaning:
  1. Russian
  2. Ruthenian, East Slavic, ‘Rusian’
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Bulgarian
руски
Meaning in Russian:
  • русский / Russian
Russian
русский
See also: российский
Meaning in Croatian:
  1. ruski / Russian
  2. istočnoslavenski / Ruthenian, East Slavic, ‘Rusian’
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Croatian
ruski
Meaning in Russian:
  • русский / Russian
Russian
русский
See also: российский
Meaning:
  1. Russian
  2. Ruthenian, East Slavic, ‘Rusian’
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Czech
ruský
Meaning in Russian:
  • русский / Russian
Russian
русский
See also: российский
Meaning:
  1. Russian
  2. Ruthenian, East Slavic, ‘Rusian’
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Kashubian
rusczi (Syn.: rësczi)
Meaning in Russian:
  1. русский / Russian
  2. руський, восточнославянский / Ruthenian, East Slavic, ‘Rusian’
Russian
русский
See also: российский
Meaning in Polish:
  1. rosyjski / Russian
  2. ruski / Ruthenian, East Slavic, ‘Rusian’
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Polish
ruski

See also: rosyjski
Meaning in Russian:
  • руський, восточнославянский / Ruthenian, East Slavic, ‘Rusian’
Russian
русский
See also: российский
Meaning in Serbian:
  1. руски / Russian
  2. источнословенски / Ruthenian, East Slavic, ‘Rusian’
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Serbian
руски
Meaning in Russian:
  • русский / Russian
Russian
русский
See also: российский
Meaning:
  1. Russian
  2. Ruthenian, East Slavic, ‘Rusian’
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Slovak
ruský
Meaning in Russian:
  • русский / Russian
Russian
русский
See also: российский
Meaning:
  1. Russian
  2. Ruthenian, East Slavic, ‘Rusian’
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Slovenian
ruski
Meaning in Russian:
  • русский / Russian
Russian
русский
See also: российский
Meaning:
  1. Russian
  2. Ruthenian, East Slavic, ‘Rusian’
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Lower Sorbian
ruski
Meaning in Russian:
  • русский / Russian
Russian
русский
See also: российский
Meaning:
  1. Russian
  2. Ruthenian, East Slavic, ‘Rusian’
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Upper Sorbian
ruski
Meaning in Russian:
  • русский / Russian
Russian
русский
See also: российский
Meaning in Ukrainian:
  1. російський / Russian
  2. руський / Ruthenian, East Slavic, ‘Rusian’
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Ukrainian
руський

See also: російський
Meaning in Russian:
  • руський, восточнославянский / Ruthenian, East Slavic, ‘Rusian’

Semasiological Map for *rusьkъjь

*rusьkъjь

Meanings:

‘Russian’
‘Ruthenian, East Slavic, ‘Rusian’’
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*rusьkъjь
Meanings
Russian Ruthenian, East Slavic, ‘Rusian’
Russian русский++
Ukrainian руський+
Belarusian рускі++
Polish ruski+
Kashubian rusczi++
Lower Sorbian ruski+
Upper Sorbian ruski+
Czech ruský+
Slovak ruský+
Slovenian ruski+
Croatian ruski+
Bosnian ruski+
Serbian руски+
Bulgarian руски+
Meanings Russian Ruthenian, East Slavic, ‘Rusian’

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