Russki

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Borrowed from Russian ру́сский (rússkij, Russian). [First attested in 1858.]

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Russki (comparative more Russki, superlative most Russki)

  1. (usually derogatory, colloquial) Russian.

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Russki (plural Russkis or Russkies)

  1. (usually derogatory, colloquial, ethnic slur) Russian.
    • 1960 December, Dallas McCord Reynolds, “I'm a Stranger Here Myself”, in Amazing Stories[1]:
      I scanned the front page. "The Russkies have put up another manned satellite."
      "They have, eh? How big?"
      "Several times bigger than anything we Americans have."

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