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 (mo͞o-zhēk′, -zhĭk′)
Variant of muzhik.
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(Historical Terms) a variant spelling of muzhik
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or mu•zjik

(muˈʒɪk, ˈmu ʒɪk)

a Russian peasant.
[1560–70; < Russian muzhík, derivative of muzh husband, man]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.mujik - a Russian peasant (especially prior to 1917)mujik - a Russian peasant (especially prior to 1917)
bucolic, peasant, provincial - a country person
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Once Antin leaves the lands of her youth, she no longer draws on any words of Russian origin, and the only "foreign" words are references to Russian and German currency and a brief allusion to a Russian mujik (peasant).
At the same time, another newspaper from Bombay called The Times of India reprinted a fairly long article on Tolstoy's death on November 21, 1910, titled "The Great Mujik: The Death of Count Tolstoy.
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20: "!Resulto respondon!" -supratitulo para introducir la fabula de "El mujik y el caballo" de Tolstoi.
Tribal Voice contains thirteen tracks,(3) in which, in a practice found among other Aboriginal rock groups, traditional songs(4) and rock songs are mixed (see, for example, albums by Blekbala Mujik, Sunrize Band, and Tjapukai Dance Theatre).