noun, plural Ras·kol·niks, Ras·kol·ni·ki [ruh-skawl-ni-kee] /rəˈskɔl nɪˌki/.
Origin of Raskolnik
Examples from the Web for raskolnik
A Raskolnik and a member of the orthodox Church were drinking together, when the latter took a cigar.
They hated her when she persecuted the raskolnik or Old Believers, that is, the men who objected to the reforms of Nicon.
Raskolnik, Religious Madmen, opponents to Nicon's reforms, 146.
A Raskolnik told this prelate, "We would as lief lose our heads as our beard."