moujik, muzhik rzeczownik
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The body was that of a moujik, horribly mutilated, and already cold.
The moujik would come out, smiling and extending his hand to his guest.
'He didn't have to, he has a typical moujik face.
The fellow, it was plain, was a savage, a moujik.
Although the Czar wanted the ship, he did not want the Princess to marry a moujik (peasant).
There was also a Russian moujik drawing a gilt sledge on a piece of malachite.
His dog, Moujik, is stretched out beside four of his portraits painted by Andy Warhol.
Le moujik et sa femme (2002)
The man was not tall, but he was bulky, wearing a simple, gray moujik shirt, gray baggy trousers tucked into black boots.
Then came Hitler's assault in the east, your national press full of paeans of praise for "Good old Joe" and all the world loved a moujik.
Su-7U (NATO Moujik)
He retired in 2002 and became increasingly reclusive, living at his homes in Normandy and Morocco with his pet French Bulldog Moujik.
I accepted that moujik as a priceless work of art, and it was not until I was well in middle age that it occurred to me that I was mistaken.
And carrying the vindictive ferocity of the moujik into the world of the Court, they add that to satiate her thirst for vengeance the dying Grigori was castrated before her eyes.
Do not fight me for I am come to save you, and I shall utterly obliterate any man, be he fellah, Moujik, or even the great Marmalade himself, who prefers fighting to being saved.
The Freedom mission is complicated by the machinations of communist foes - the Stalinist Moujik Man and the ferocious Maoist Red China Man (portrayed as a giant inflatable dragon).
(His attitude toward his pets betrays a similar fixity of spirit: "Each time one of Yves's French bulldogs dies, he mourns it, buys another and calls it Moujik," the author writes.)
The picture quite brilliant; not without touches of unconscious humour: Marie Antoinette flirting with Robespierre, Russian moujik in familiar converse with a jewelled Catherine, Queen Elizabeth condescending to pre-historic man.
All of his homes which he shared with a succession of French bulldogs, always named Moujik, were lavishly decorated and filled with antiques and artwork by his favourite artists, who included Picasso, Cocteau, Braque and Christian Bérard.
I always end up telling people, 'You don't need anything'") but she did open a Parisian boutique, La Maison de Loulou: "The first time Yves came he said, 'It has the blessing of Moujik [his bulldog],' and then the dog peed all over the wall."
Yet with the muzhik it got done, and he could not praise this feed enough.
A little muzhik, muttering to himself, was working over some iron.
They think of him as a muzhik, a real man, someone who will not tolerate disrespect.
In the garden they came upon a muzhik who was weeding the path.
He has always been eager to project the macho posture of a muzhik, a real man.
Half-way there he stopped for feeding at a wealthy muzhik's.
Vronsky repeated and instantly recalled the muzhik in his dream.
'But it's not the same as the work of a muzhik or a scholar.'
He is what Russians call a muzhik, a man, a peasant, a regular Joe.
That doesn't upset me - the squire does nothing, the muzhik works and pushes out the idle man.
And I'm very glad for the muzhik.
He shook hands with the muzhik and sat down on a chair without taking off his coat and hat.
'District clerks, teachers, and maybe one muzhik in a thousand know what it's about.
They were taking out a minor nobleman, after all, not just another muzhik from the widget factory.
Or perhaps the muzhik cannot count past ten.'
Blunt and tough, Luzhkov is what Russians call a real muzhik, a man's man.
The French-speaking muzhik is a monster, an uncanny union of the semi-animate and the human.
'You say it's unjust that I get five thousand and a muzhik gets fifty roubles.
The coachman started, but they had no sooner made the turn than they heard the muzhik shouting: 'Wait!
'There's something familiar about that hideous muzhik,' thought Anna.
The clerk was about to jump down, then changed his mind and shouted peremptorily to a muzhik, beckoning him over.
"A typical Sibersky muzhik" - in Western terms, the sort of fellow who would make a good fishing buddy.
Darya Alexandrovna said vaguely, not even knowing how to ask the muzhik about Anna.
And the muzhiks are the same, to look at them sometimes: a good muzhik just takes and rents as much land as he can.