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See also: rusă, rusą, and Rusa

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AdjectiveEdit

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

  1. Russian

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IndonesianEdit

 
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EtymologyEdit

From Malay.

NounEdit

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

  1. deer
  2. moose

MalayEdit

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NounEdit

rusa (Jawi spelling روسا‎, plural rusa-rusa, informal first-person possessive rusaku, informal second-person possessive rusamu, third-person possessive rusanya)

  1. deer

Norwegian NynorskEdit

Alternative formsEdit

  • ruse (only the verbs)

PronunciationEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From the noun rus.

VerbEdit

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

  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.

AdjectiveEdit

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

  1. intoxicated

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VerbEdit

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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PolishEdit

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rusa

  1. feminine nominative/vocative singular of rusy

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rusa f sg

  1. Feminine singular of adjective ruso.

NounEdit

rusa f (plural rusas, masculine ruso, masculine plural rusos)

  1. female equivalent of ruso

SwedishEdit

EtymologyEdit

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). 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.
    Rush round in panic.

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