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Definition funny of Ruslans:
A Slavic name most common in Russia (e.g. the opera "Ruslan and Ludmila"), but also in Bulgaria, Ukraine, etc. The name originally comes from Rostam, a national hero in Iranian mythology. It was later borrowed by Turkic peoples as Arslan or Aslan, and subsequently by Russian people as Yeruslan, from which the modern name comes. The meaning of this name is "lion", and a small number of sources give an etymology of "big".
Person: Hey, what's your name? Ruslan: I'm Ruslan, nice to meet you. Person: Ooh, govorite po russkiy? Ruslan: Nah, sorry, I'm from Bulgaria. Person: Oh.
A name that is Trukic and means "lion". It was given the deffinition lion because anyone who has Ruslan as a name is automatically beast and fucks chicks all day and night long...can also mean receiver of oral sex. People with this name also have a higher tendencies to puke in friends bathrooms because they drink 3 and 1/2 glasses of mountain dew on game night. People with the name Ruslan are fucking beast and pwn noobs, and are probly in your moms bedroom motorboating her!
Dude Ruslan is beast and wait a minute he's fucking my girlfriend. Well I could go Ruslan on your ass but then you would officially be fucked in the ass.
my favorite asian ever.
ruslan = AZN INVZN
Derived from the the ancient Ukrainian language Literally translated to "Giver of Oral Sex" in English
Songs about Ruslans:
Rebelutionary (feat. Ruslan & Thebreax) by John Givez from the Album Four Seasons
Overture To "Ruslan And Ludmila" by Conductor Yevgeni Mravinsky St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra from the Album Glinka: Orchestral Works
Ruslan and Ludmila: Overture by Various artists from the Album Preludes: Great Opera Overtures
InJoy (feat. John Givez, Ruslan & Dream Junkies) by Beleaf from the Album Red Pills + Black Sugar
Glinka: Ruslan and Lyudmila / Act 1 - Overture by Sir Georg Solti from the Album Romantic Russia - Borodin / Glinka / Mussorgsky / Tchaikovsky
M. Glinka: Overture To Opera "Ruslan and Lyudmila" by Chicago Symphony from the Album Russian Masterpieces-Popular Classical Music Melodies
Ruslan and Lyudmila: Act IV - Chernomor's March by Stanislav Gorkovenko Saint Petersburg Radio TV Symphony Orchestra from the Album 100 Most Essential Christmas Classical Pieces
Books about Ruslans:
Ruslan and Ludmila (Russian Edition) by Alexander Pushkin (Oct 1, 2011)
Ruslan Russian 1: A Communicative Russian Course, Student Workbook (Book & CD) (Russian Edition) by John Langran and Natalya Veshnyeva (Jan 1, 2002)
Ruslan Russian 1: A Communicative Russian Course by John Langran and Natalia Veshneva (Oct 8, 2012)
Faithful Ruslan (Neversink) by Georgi Vladimov and Michael Glenny (Sep 27, 2011)
Ruslan and Lyudmila by Alexander Pushkin (Dec 1, 2012)
Ruslan and Ludmila Overture: Study score by Mikhail Ivanovich Glinka and David J. Miller (Jul 31, 2012)
Ruslan and Ludmilla: A Novel in Verse by Aleksandr Sergeevich Pushkin and Nancy Dargel (Sep 1994)
Movies about Ruslans:
Glinka - Ruslan and Lyudmila 2003 NR - Runtime: 4 hrs 48 mins Starring: Vladimir Ognovenko, Anna Netrebko, et al. Directed by: Valery Gergiev and Lotfi Mansouri
Ruslan and Ludmila - Runtime: 2 hrs 29 mins Directed by: Aleksandr Ptushko
Gergiev Opera Collection: Boris Godunov, Prince Igor, Ruslan and Lyudmila 2003 NR - Runtime: 10 hrs 25 mins
Opera Highlights Vol. II - Ariodante, Billy Budd, The Fiery Angel, Xerxes, Peter Grimes, Cunning Little Vixen,... 2007 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 30 mins Starring: Anna Netrebko, Galina Gorchakova, et al.
Ruslan 2012 G - Runtime: 1 hr 38 mins Starring: Steven Seagal, Laura Mennell, et al. Directed by: Jeff King
Ruslan and Ludmila Base on a Poem By Alexander Pushkin Film 2dvd -
Ruslan Unrated -
Wiki information Ruslans:
Ruslans Sorokins is a Latvian beach volleyball player. As of 2012, he plays with Aleksandrs Samoilovs. They qualified for 2012 Summer Olympics in London, where they reached the last 16.
Ruslans Mihaļčuks is a football midfielder from Latvia who plays for FK Daugava Daugavpils in the Latvian First League.