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Russ

1

[ ruhs ]

noun

, plural Russ, Russ·es.
  1. Archaic. the Russian language.


Russ

2

[ roos ]

noun

Russ

3
or Russ.

abbreviation for

  1. Russia.

Russ

1

/ rʌs /

noun

  1. an archaic word for Russian


RUSS

2

abbreviation for

  1. Russia (international car registration)

Russ.

3

abbreviation for

  1. Russia(n)
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Word History and Origins

Origin of Russ1

From French russe, German Russe or Dutch rus, all ultimately from Old Russian Rusĭ the common East Slavic name for the East Slavic-speaking lands and peoples before c1500
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Example Sentences

“I feel sorry for what she did to Russ and his daughter,” Gill said.

More low hanging fruit: the $37 Russ-as-Che-Guevara t-shirts available on his website.

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.

In another minute we gained the bank, and I grasped the hand of my kind friend and former chief, Mr Russ.

A few wreaths of smoke, hanging over the yet distant field, told where Russ and Teuton met in battle array.

The whack he had got on the head, and even the trickle of blood down his face, did not cause Russ to lose his head.

Russ really exhibited some skill in building up the walls of the hut in the middle of the floor.

It just crossed Russ' mind that he ought to have asked his aunt before he used the sectional bookcases for building-blocks.

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