Definition of Mujik

1. Noun. A Russian peasant (especially prior to 1917).

Exact synonyms: Moujik, Muzhik, Muzjik
Generic synonyms: Bucolic, Peasant, Provincial



Definition of Mujik

1. Noun. A peasant, especially in pre-revolutionary (imperial) Russia. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Mujik

1. muzhik [n -S] - See also: muzhik

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mujik

muirs
muishond
muist
muisted
muisting
muists
mujahadeen
mujahadein
mujahadin
mujahed
mujahedeen
mujahedin
mujahid
mujahideen
mujahidin
mujik (current term)
mujiks
mujtihad
mukataa
muke
mukes
mukhinite
mukhtar
mukhtars
mukluk
mukluks
muktuk
muktuks
mulada
muladas

Literary usage of Mujik

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Empire of the Tsars and the Russians by Anatole Leroy-Beaulieu, Zénaïde Alexeïevna Ragozin (1893)
"CHAPTER I. Russian Literature and the Apotheosis of the mujik—Varions Classes of Peasants—Origin and Causes of Serfdom—Labor Dues and the ..."

2. The Land of Thor by John Ross Browne (1867)
"mujik AND OATS. dies. To see a great shaggy boor, his face dripping with grease, his eyes swimming in vodka, sit all doubled up, fondling and caressing ..."

3. The Empire of the Tsars and the Russians by Anatole Leroy-Beaulieu (1893)
"CHAPTER I. Russian Literature and the Apotheosis of the mujik—Various Classes of Peasants—Origin and Causes of Serfdom—Labor Dues and the ..."

4. King Stork and King Log: A Study of Modern Russia by S. Stepniak (1896)
"THE TZAR mujik. UPON the late Tzar, as heir to the throne, we have a very interesting and exhaustive study from the pen of ..."

5. The Empire of the Tsars and the Russians by Anatole Leroy-Beaulieu, Zénaïde Alexeïevna Ragozin (1893)
"CHAPTER I. Russian Literature and the Apotheosis of the mujik—Varions Classes of Peasants—Origin and Causes of Serfdom—Labor Dues and the ..."

6. The Land of Thor by John Ross Browne (1867)
"mujik AND OATS. dies. To see a great shaggy boor, his face dripping with grease, his eyes swimming in vodka, sit all doubled up, fondling and caressing ..."

7. The Empire of the Tsars and the Russians by Anatole Leroy-Beaulieu (1893)
"CHAPTER I. Russian Literature and the Apotheosis of the mujik—Various Classes of Peasants—Origin and Causes of Serfdom—Labor Dues and the ..."

8. King Stork and King Log: A Study of Modern Russia by S. Stepniak (1896)
"THE TZAR mujik. UPON the late Tzar, as heir to the throne, we have a very interesting and exhaustive study from the pen of ..."

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