- a Russian.
- Archaic. the Russain language.
Origin of Russ1
< French russe, German Russe or Dutch rus, all ultimately < Old Russian Rusĭ the common East Slavic name for the East Slavic-speaking lands and peoples before c1500
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Examples from the Web for russ
“I feel sorry for what she did to Russ and his daughter,” Gill said.Open-Carry Militia Mom ‘Murders’ Family
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Rachel starts dating a guy named Russ, and would you believe that he bears a striking resemblance to Ross?
And would you still believe that David Schwimmer also played Russ?
Russ told me, I remember, that he met Bacall during an Adlai Stevenson campaign.Lauren Bacall Was Deeply Liberal and Deeply Anti-Communist
August 13, 2014
Russ had a dramatic impact from behind-the-scenes on American politics and liberalism for a solid half a century.The Great Russ Hemenway
March 3, 2014
"Yes, and I'll give you a ride after Margy wakes up," Russ promised.
Russ and Laddie were together in one, and Rose and Violet were in another.
As Russ had said, it was rough, like a stone, and as black and hard-looking as a rock.
"I wonder what the matter is," said Mrs. Bunker, when she heard Russ shout.
Russ gave me a nice ride, and we played Indian, and I went to sleep.
- an archaic word for Russian
- Russia (international car registration)
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