Great-russian



noun
1.
a member of the main stock of the Russian people, dwelling chiefly in the northern or central parts of the Russian Federation in Europe.
2.
the Russian language, excluding Ukrainian and Byelorussian.
noun
1.
(linguistics) the technical name for Russian Compare Belarussian, Ukrainian
2.
a member of the chief East Slavonic people of Russia
adjective
3.
of or relating to this people or their language

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