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Belorussian [bye΄lō rush′ən, bel΄ō rush′ən]
of Belarus or its people, language, or culture
1. a person born or living in Belarus
2. the East Slavic language spoken in Belarus

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Bel·o·rus·sian (bĕl'ō-rŭshʹən, byĕl'-) adj.
Of or relating to the region or former Soviet Socialist Republic of Belorussia.
1. A native or inhabitant of Belorussia.
2. Variant of Belarusian.

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