Siberyak

noun Siber·yak
variants: or Siberiak or less commonly Sibiryak or Sibiriak \¦sībər¦yak, ¦sib-, -ˌbir-\

Definition of Siberyak

plural Siberyaks \-ks\ or Siberyaki or Siberiaks or Siberiaki
: siberski

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Origin and Etymology of siberyak

Russian sibiryak, from Sibir' Siberia + -yak (noun suffix denoting a person connected with something specified)


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