Si·​ber·​ski | \ sə̇ˈbirskē, sīˈb-\
plural Siberski or Siberskis

Definition of Siberski

: a Siberian settler from European Russia especially : one long settled in Siberia or born of earlier Siberian settlers

called also Siberyak

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History and Etymology for Siberski

Russian sibirskiĭ, from Sibir' Siberia + skiĭ (adjective & noun suffix denoting a person or thing originating from or connected with a specified place)

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