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Common misspellings for russell:

russle.

Russell \r(u)-sse-ll\

Meaning:
little red
Origin:
French
Details:
Russell as a boy's name is pronounced RUSS-el. It is of Old French origin, and the meaning of Russell is "little red". Also possibly refers to ruddy skin or to reddish hair. Philosopher Bertrand Russell; author Russell Baker; actor Russell Crowe.
Related names:
rousseau, Rufus, rusty.
Meaning:
Raziel, rousseau, Rufus, rusty, Rossell.
Variants:
Russel, Russ, Roussell.
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Examples of usage for russell:

  1. " They may sell my house over my head before I will pay a cent," cried Mr. Russell – The Crisis, Volume 6 by Winston Churchill
  2. I'm no longer at Russell Square." – Night and Day by Virginia Woolf
  3. " I'm thinking of leaving our friends in Russell Square," Mary explained. – Night and Day by Virginia Woolf

Quotes for russell:

  1. I had a good time working with Russell Crowe, Ron Howard and Ed Harris. It was a great cast and Russell worked really hard, doing tons of research and questioning everything.
  2. You know, there're no rules between Russell and I. We don't want to have to have to talk too much, because it's really precious, really special to play music.
  3. I'm challenged by people like Russell Crowe and Sean Penn who come in with such incredible discipline and power.
  4. You can't believe Russell Crowe is the same actor who won an Oscar one year ago for Gladiator.
  5. The show was number one in the ratings, Gordon Russell was our head writer, the story lines were magnificent and the acting most exciting. I loved working with Judith Light and all the other actors on the show at that time.

Rhymes for russell:

  1. bustle, hustle, muscle, mussel, rustle, tussle, russel;
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