Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A genus of Cervidæ or subgenus of Cervus, containing the large East Indian stags, with cylindric antlers forked at the top and developing a brow-tine, and a tuft of hair on the hind legs; the rusine deer. They are related to such species as the elk or wapiti of America, and the hart or red deer of Europe. One of these large deer was known to Aristotle; but the species now called
Cervusor Rusa aristotelis is the sambur, that commonly known as the rusa being Cervus or Rusa hippelaphus. Both are of great size and have a mane.
- n. [lowercase] A species of this genus, especially R. hippelaphus.
- n. The lemon-grass or ginger-grass, Andropogon Schœanthus, yielding rusa-oil.
“The principal management problem is depletion of Komodo monitor prey stocks, such as rusa deer and wild boar, through predation by feral dogs and poaching.”
“Introduced species, such as rusa deer Cervus timorensis and wild boar Sus scrofa, as well as feral domestic animals including horses and water buffalo, form important prey species for the Komodo monitor.”
“There are two species of deer known in Borneo; one of them, the "rusa,”
“News on the Move » La blogosfera rusa critica la censura a South Park”
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“The Spanish potato salad called ensaladilla rusa was one of the rejects—it took too long to dice the potatoes.”
“So I've tentatively extrapolated that gamma, delta, iota, chi, and rho are *cemla (cf. gimel), *talta (cf. daleth), *eiata (cf. yod), *χei and *rusa (cf. resh).”
“Other species include muntjac Muntiacus muntjak, lesser mouse deer Tragulus javanicus, rusa deer Cervus timorensis and wild boar Sus scrofa.”
“Referring to the Jewish community (which Coni identified as the colectivdad rusa, the Russian community), he noted that although it consisted of 28,436 persons, constituting the third largest immigrant group in the city of Buenos Aires, they were not listed as operating any major orphanage (Coni, 1918).”
“Disfrutarán también de la gastronomía rusa, recuerdos, juegos, personajes de cómic, arte y manualidades interactivas, cuentacuentos y mucho más.”
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I'm wading through Patrick O'Brian's Aubrey/Maturin novels one by one, and someday, I'll wade through them again and list all the words I learned while reading them.
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