See also: rusă, rusą, and Rusa

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rusa

  1. feminine singular of rusu

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Pronunciation edit

  • IPA(key): [ll ˈepo ˈrobin van der ˈvliet ˈrusa av]
  • Audio:
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  • Rhymes: -usa
  • Hyphenation: LL Q143 (e‧po) Ro‧bin van der Vli‧et ru‧sa wav

Adjective edit

rusa (accusative singular rusan, plural rusaj, accusative plural rusajn)

  1. Russian
  2. (la rusa) Clipping of la rusa lingvo (the Russian language)

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Etymology edit

From Malay rusa, from Proto-Malayo-Polynesian *uʀsa.

Pronunciation edit

  • IPA(key): [ˈrusa]
  • (file)
  • Hyphenation: ru‧sa

Noun edit

rusa (plural rusa-rusa, first-person possessive rusaku, second-person possessive rusamu, third-person possessive rusanya)

  1. deer
  2. moose

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Malay edit

Etymology edit

From Proto-Malayic *rusaʔ, from Proto-Malayo-Polynesian *uʀsa. Akin to Tagalog usa.

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rusa (Jawi spelling روسا, plural rusa-rusa, informal 1st possessive rusaku, 2nd possessive rusamu, 3rd possessive rusanya)

  1. deer

Synonyms edit

  • payau (dialect, Brunei Malay)

Descendants edit

  • Indonesian: rusa

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  • ruse (only the verbs)

Pronunciation edit

Etymology 1 edit

From the noun rus.

Verb edit

rusa (present tense rusar, past tense rusa, past participle rusa, passive infinitive rusast, present participle rusande, imperative rusa/rus)

  1. to intoxicate
  2. (reflexive) to get intoxicated (used both with alcohol and illegal drugs)
    • 1892, Marius Hægstad, (translated from Hans Reusch), "Naturkunna":
      Kinesarne rusar seg med aa røykja opium i pipor.
      The Chinese get intoxicated by smoking opium in pipes.

Adjective edit

rusa (singular and plural rusa, comparative meir rusa, superlative mest rusa)

  1. intoxicated

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Etymology 2 edit

Perhaps from Proto-Germanic *hurskijaną (to startle, drive), from *hurskaz (fast, rapid, quick), from Proto-Indo-European *ḱers- (to run, hurry).

Cognate with Old High German hurscan (to speed, accelerate), Old English horsc (quick, quick-witted, clever). Possibly cognate with rush.

Verb edit

rusa (present tense rusar or ruser, past tense rusa or ruste, past participle rusa or rust, present participle rusande, imperative rus)

  1. to run quickly and wildly, to rush
    • 1890, Arne Garborg, Kolbotnbrev og andre skildringar:
      Revolveren i Handa; han rusar imot meg; smell! smell!.
      Revolver in his hand; he rushes towards me; bang! bang!.
  2. to fall off something
  3. to rev an engine

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Polish edit

Pronunciation edit

  • IPA(key): /ˈru.sa/
  • Rhymes: -usa
  • Syllabification: ru‧sa

Adjective edit

rusa

  1. feminine nominative/vocative singular of rusy

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Pronunciation edit

  • IPA(key): /ˈrusa/ [ˈru.sa]
  • Audio:(file)
  • Rhymes: -usa
  • Syllabification: ru‧sa

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rusa f (plural rusas)

  1. female equivalent of ruso
  2. (Mexico) tit fuck, titwank, titjob (mammary intercourse)

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rusa f sg

  1. feminine singular of ruso

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Etymology edit

Related to ruse.

Perhaps from Proto-Germanic *hurskijaną (to startle, drive), from *hurskaz (fast, rapid, quick), from Proto-Indo-European *ḱers- (to run, hurry).

Cognate with Old High German hurscan (to speed, accelerate), Old English horsc (quick, quick-witted, clever). Possibly cognate with rush.

More at hurry.

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rusa (present rusar, preterite rusade, supine rusat, imperative rusa)

  1. to rush, hurry
    att rusa runt i panik
    to run around in panic

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Tetum edit

Etymology edit

From Proto-Malayo-Polynesian *uʀsa. Akin to Tagalog usa.

Noun edit

rusa

  1. deer