Russian refers to anything related to Russia, including:
- Russians (russkiye), an ethnic group of the East Slavic peoples, primarily living in Russia and neighboring countries (where they are also known as Ruthenians or by other names)
- Demographics of Russia (россиянин, rossiyánin), nationals of the country of Russia of any ethnicity
- Russophone, Russian-speaking person (русскоговорящий, русскоязычный, russkogovoryashchy, russkoyazychny)
- Russian language, the most widely spoken of the Slavic languages
- Russian alphabet
- Russian cuisine
Russian may also refer to:
- Russian dressing
- The Russians - documentary book of Hedrick Smith about life in USSR in 1970's
- Russian (comics), fictional Marvel Comics supervillain from The Punisher series
- "Russians" (song), from the album The Dream of the Blue Turtles, by Sting
- "Russian", from the album Tubular Bells 2003, by Mike Oldfield
- Nik Russian, the perpetrator of a con committed in 2002
Other articles related to "russian":
... Estonia as a unified political entity first emerged after the Russian February Revolution of 1917 ... With the collapse of the Russian Empire in World War I, Russia's Provisional Government granted national autonomy to an unified Estonia in April ... was organized, with the Menshevik and Bolshevik factions of the Russian Social Democratic Labour Party obtaining a part of the vote ...
... According to the Estonian Security Police, Russian influence operations in Estonia form a complex system of financial, political, economic and espionage activities in Republic ... According to the Centre for Geopolitical Studies, the Russian information campaign which the centre characterises as a "real mud throwing" exercise, has provoked a ...
... For example, the old Slavic root běl (white) became bel /bʲel/ in Standard Russian (dialectal /bʲal/, /bʲijel/ or even /bʲil/ in some regions), bil /b ... телѣгы (telěgi, carts) became modern Russian телеги (telegi) but in Serbian it is таљиге (taljige) ... in Serbian with the reform of Vuk Karadžić, which was later adopted for Macedonian, in Russian, Belarusian and Ukrainian roughly with the October revolution, and in Bulgarian and Rusyn as late ...
... Marina Ivanovna Tsvetaeva (Russian Мари́на Ива́новна Цвета́ева 8 October 1892 – 31 August 1941) was a Russian and Soviet poet ... considered among some of the greatest in twentieth century Russian literature ... She lived through and wrote of the Russian Revolution of 1917 and the Moscow famine that followed it ...
... There were many Russian émigré revolutionaries residing at that time in Nervi, who may have had some influence on the young Tsvetaeva ... During this time, a major revolutionary change was occurring within Russian poetry the flowering of the Russian Symbolist movement, and this movement was to colour most of her later work ...
Famous quotes containing the word russian:
“What man dare, I dare.
Approach thou like the rugged Russian bear,
The armed rhinoceros, or the Hyrcan tiger;
Take any shape but that, and my firm nerves
Shall never tremble. Or be alive again
And dare me to the desert with thy sword.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“Linnæus, setting out for Lapland, surveys his comb and spare shirt, leathern breeches and gauze cap to keep off gnats, with as much complacency as Bonaparte a park of artillery for the Russian campaign. The quiet bravery of the man is admirable.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“Grishkin is nice: her Russian eye
Is underlined for emphasis;
Uncorseted, her friendly lust
Gives promise of pneumatic bliss.”
—T.S. (Thomas Stearns)