Ukraine vs Russian - What's the difference?
As proper nouns the difference between ukraine and russian
is that ukraine
is ukraine while russian
is the russian language.
As a noun russian is
a person from russia.
As an adjective russian is
of or pertaining to russia.
* Ocraine; Ukrain; Ukrania, Ucrania
(en proper noun
A country in Eastern Europe; was long part of the Russian Empire, then of the Soviet Union. Official name: Ukraine.
* Since the country's independence in 1991, style guides recommend Ukraine'' (as in "a musician from Ukraine"), without an article. Previously, the most common usage was ''the Ukraine (as in "a musician from the Ukraine").
* Little Russia
A person from Russia.
An ethnic Russian: a member of the East Slavic ethnic group which is native to, and constitutes the majority of the population of, Russia.
A domestic cat breed.
A cat of this breed.
A type of juggling ball with a hard outer shell, filled with salt, sand or another similar substance.
* Russianize / Russianise
** Russianization / Russianisation
Of or pertaining to Russia.
Of or pertaining to the Russian language.
(dated) Of or pertaining to Rus.
* Russian roulette
* White Russian
* Russian minutes
; Russian alphabet (Cyrillic)
* Language list