ORuss

ORuss
Old Russian.

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  • ataman — /at euh meuhn/, n., pl. atamans. the elected chief of a Cossack village or military force. [1825 35; < Russ atamán, ORuss vatamanu, prob. alter. of a Turkic word with the personal suffix man; identity of initial element disputed] * * * …   Universalium

  • bidarka — /buy dahr keuh/, n. a sealskin boat used by Aleuts and southern Alaskan Eskimos. Also, bidara /buy dahr euh/, bidarkee /buy dahr kee/, baidarka. [1825 35; < Russ baidárka, equiv. to baidár(a) kind of river craft (appar. akin to baidák river craft …   Universalium

  • blin — /blin/, n. Russian Cookery. sing. of blini. [1885 90; < Russ; ORuss blinu, by dissimilation from mlinu, n. deriv. from base of Russ molót to grind, mél nitsa mill; cf. MILL1] * * * …   Universalium

  • Cheremis — /cher euh mis , mees , cher euh mis , mees /, n., pl. Cheremises, (esp. collectively) Cheremis. Mari. Also, Cheremiss. [ < Russ cheremís, earlier cheremísin, ORuss (pl.) chermisy, prob. < Chuvash sarmîs, sarmîs Mari] * * * …   Universalium

  • chervonets — /cheuhr voh nits, nets/; Russ. /chyirdd vaw nyits/, n., pl. chervontsi / vohnt see/; Russ. / vawn tsi/. a former gold coin and monetary unit of the U.S.S.R., equal to ten rubles. Also, tchervonetz. [1920 25; < Russ chervónets, ORuss chervon(n)yi… …   Universalium

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