noun see Russianize

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  • russianization — ˌrəshənə̇ˈzāshən noun ( s) Usage: usually capitalized : the act or process of russianizing …   Useful english dictionary

  • Russianize — Russianization, n. /rush euh nuyz /, v.t., Russianized, Russianizing. 1. to make Russian; impart Russian characteristics to. 2. to subordinate and force to adhere to Russian culture, ideology, etc. 3. (sometimes l.c.) to treat (leather) by a… …   Universalium

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  • Russification — (in Russian: русификация rusifikátsiya )is an adoption of the Russian language or some other Russian attribute (whether voluntarily or not) by non Russian communities. In a narrow sense, Russification is used to denote the influence of the… …   Wikipedia

  • Korenizatsiya — ( ru. коренизация) sometimes also called korenization, meaning nativization or indigenization , literally putting down roots , was the early Soviet nationalities policy promoted mostly in the 1920s but with a continuing legacy in later years. The …   Wikipedia

  • Russification —    Unofficially and officially, Russification (rusifikatsiia) of the country’s ethnic minorities has been a part of Russian rule for centuries. Russification is the forced adoption of the Russian language, mores, dress, religious beliefs, culture …   Historical Dictionary of the Russian Federation

  • Rus|si|fi|ca|tion — «RUHS uh fuh KAY shuhn», noun. = Russianization. (Cf. ↑Russianization) …   Useful english dictionary

  • Russianize — transitive verb ( ized; izing) Date: 1831 to make Russian • Russianization noun …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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