See also: рос, poc, POC, PoC, póc, and poç

RussianEdit

Etymology 1Edit

Alternative formsEdit

  • ро́з- (róz-) (not before a voiceless consonant)

PronunciationEdit

PrefixEdit

ро́с- (rós-)

  1. Stressed equivalent of рас- (ras-). Found primarily in deverbal nouns.
    рассыпа́ть (rassypátʹ, to strew)ро́ссыпь (róssypʹ, (geological) deposit)
    распуска́ть (raspuskátʹ, to dissolve)ро́спуск (róspusk, dissolution)
    расписа́ть (raspisátʹ, to paint, to decorate)ро́спись (róspisʹ, painting, mural)
    рассказа́ть (rasskazátʹ, to tell, to narrate)ро́ссказни (rósskazni, tale, yarn (colloquial))
    рас- (ras-) + deverbal from черка́ть (čerkátʹ, to scratch, to mark (colloquial))ро́счерк (rósčerk, flourish)
Usage notesEdit

Etymology 2Edit

PronunciationEdit

PrefixEdit

рос- (ros-)

  1. Russian (used in the names of companies or organizations)