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Russ

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[ ruhs ]
/ rʌs /
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noun, plural Russ, Russ·es.
Archaic. the Russain language.
adjective
Russian.
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Origin of Russ

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<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

Other definitions for Russ (2 of 3)

Russ2
[ roos ]
/ rʊs /

noun

Other definitions for Russ (3 of 3)

Russ

or Russ.


abbreviation
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British Dictionary definitions for Russ (1 of 3)

Russ
/ (rʌs) /

noun, adjective plural Russ or Russes
an archaic word for Russian

British Dictionary definitions for Russ (2 of 3)

RUSS

abbreviation for
Russia (international car registration)

British Dictionary definitions for Russ (3 of 3)

Russ.

abbreviation for
Russia(n)
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