Russ

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[ruhs]
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noun, plural Russ, Russ·es.

Archaic. the Russain language.

adjective

Russian.

Origin of Russ

1
< 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

Russ

2
[roo s]

noun

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Examples from the Web for russes

Historical Examples of russes

  • Il annonait du moins que les Russes avaient pris position et se disposaient, pour sauver leur capitale, livrer bataille.

    Contes Franais

    Douglas Labaree Buffum

  • En passant devant une groupe des grenadiers Russes massacrs, le cheval d'un Aide-de-Camp avoit peur.



British Dictionary definitions for russes

Russ

noun, adjective plural Russ or Russes

an archaic word for Russian

RUSS

abbreviation for

Russia (international car registration)
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