mujik

[moo-zhik, moo-zhik]

muzhik

or mou·jik, mu·jik, mu·zjik

[moo-zhik, moo-zhik]
noun
  1. a Russian peasant.

Origin of muzhik

1560–70; < Russian muzhík, equivalent to muzh husband, man (OCS mǫžĭ, akin to man1) + -ik diminutive suffix
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British Dictionary definitions for mujik

mujik

noun
  1. a variant spelling of muzhik

muzhik

moujik or mujik

noun
  1. a Russian peasant, esp under the tsars

Word Origin for muzhik

C16: from Russian: peasant
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