Cyrillic Script Onesies

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This Russian phrase "Сейчас или никогда" means 'Now or never'. This design would be a good fit for those who like foreign scripts. Cyrillic especially has become quite a stylish and fashionable trend recently. It is also a good gift for your friends or classmates who study or are interested in the Russian language or other Eastern European languages similar to Russian.

Tags: cyrillic, trendy, slavic, russian-studies, script

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This Russian phrase "Сейчас или никогда" means 'Now or never'. This design would be a good fit for those who like foreign scripts. Cyrillic especially has become quite a stylish and fashionable trend recently. It is also a good gift for your friends or classmates who study or are interested in the Russian language or other Eastern European languages similar to Russian.

Tags: russian, russia, russian-alphabet, language, inspirational

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Russian alphabet word 'art' against pastel color triangles

Tags: russian-language, russian, geometric, russian-alphabet, shapes

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This Russian language word means 'Hi' or "Hello'. In Cyrillic script. Would be a good gift for your friends or classmates for study the Russian language or other Eastern European languages or are just interested in the Russian culture.

Tags: russia, slavic, russian-alphabet, language, slav

Hi or Hello in Russian Language Onesie

by strangelyhandsome
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Russian word in Cyrillic script meaning Love (Любовь)

Tags: russian-text, cyrillic-script, russian-word, russian-language, russian

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This Russian phrase means 'My Russian is a little rusty'. This design would be a good fit for those who learn Russian or have learned it in the past. It is also a good gift for your friends or classmates who study or are interested in the Russian language or other Eastern European languages similar to Russian.

Tags: texture, foreign-language, rusty, rust, half-russian

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Cyrillic script Russian language phrase meaning 'higher intelligence'

Tags: sarcasm, sarcastic, intelligent-person, intelligence, cyrillic-script

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Cyrillic 'Hi, how are you?' in Russian in a chat bubble. This design would be a good fit for those who like foreign scripts. Cyrillic especially has become trendy and stylish recently. It is also a good gift for your friends or classmates who study or are interested in the Russian language or other Eastern European languages similar to Russian.

Tags: text-bubble, russian-text, how-are-you, russian-language, speech-bubble

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This design mimics a soviet style vision test in eye doctors' offices. The ophthalmologist would point to a certain letter and listen to whether a patient would read it correctly. This design with Russian letters actually reads "One should compare themselves less to other people". It is kind of a metaphor. You try hard to read the last lines and to add all the letters together to get the meaning only to realize that it tells you that you shouldn't do it and that you shouldn't care about what stuff other people have.

Tags: soviet-union, ophthalmologist, eye-test, vision-test, russian-words

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Russian Phrase 'Living Easy is Not Easy" in Cyrillic

Tags: student-life, cyrillic-script, russian-words, sarcastic, living-isnt-easy

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Art in Russian language Cyrillic script against pastel colored triangles

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This Russian language phrase means 'Living Easy Is Not Easy'. In Cyrillic script. And foreign texts are in vogue now. Want to impress your fashionable and stylish friends and get some hype with some trendy lines of Russian alphabet? Then you might want to get this tshirt. Would also be a good gift for your friends or classmates who study the Russian language or other Eastern European / Slavic languages or are just interested in Russian culture.

Tags: cyrillic-script, cyrillic, hype, quotes, cyrillic-letters

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Russian text in Cyrillic "Hope for the best but prepare for the worst" Will be a good gift for your friends or classmates who study the Russian language or are just interested in Russian culture. Or maybe you have a Russian relative who finds wisdoms like these amusing. Надеюсь на лучшее, готовлюсь к худшему

Tags: russian-alphabet, cyrillic, russian-script, russian-language, wisdom

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This Russian language phrase means 'Living Easy Is Not Easy'. In Cyrillic script. And foreign texts are in vogue now. Want to impress your fashionable and stylish friends and get some hype with some trendy lines of Russian alphabet? Then you might want to get this. Would also be a good gift for your friends or classmates who study the Russian language or other Eastern European / Slavic languages or are just interested in Russian culture.

Tags: script, russian-language, slavic, cyrillic, ukrainian

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This Russian phrase "Сейчас или никогда" means 'Now or never'. This design would be a good fit for those who like foreign scripts. Cyrillic especially has become quite a stylish and fashionable trend recently. It is also a good gift for your friends or classmates who study or are interested in the Russian language or other Eastern European languages similar to Russian.

Tags: language-learning, russian-student, inspirational-sayings, trendy, russian-writing

Now or Never in Russian Cyrillic Script Onesie

by strangelyhandsome
$20 $14
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Russian language word meaning Love (Любовь)

Tags: cyrillic, russian-alphabet, russian-language, russian-text, russian-phrase

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"Похер Фейс" is a joke. It alludes to a famous phrase 'Poker face'. In Russian it sounds similar and "Похер" actually is a Russian slang word meaning "I don't care" so "Похер фейс" is a funny pun.

Tags: dont-care, cyrillic-script, pun, poker-face, russian-text

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Chicago, Illinois written in Cyrillic

Tags: illinois, chicago-il, city-of-chicago, handwritten, cyrillic-letter

Chicago Onesie

by TenomonMalke
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Cyrillic 'Thanks' in Russian in a chat bubble. This design would be a good fit for those who like foreign scripts. It is also a good gift for your friends or classmates who study or are interested in the Russian language or other Eastern European languages similar to Russian.

Tags: chat-bubble, thanks, cheers, cyrillic-script, russian-language

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This Russian phrase means 'My Russian is a little rusty'. This design would be a good fit for those who learn Russian or have learned it in the past. It is also a good gift for your friends or classmates who study or are interested in the Russian language or other Eastern European languages similar to Russian.

Tags: russian-alphabet, russia, cyrillic, language-learning, half-russian

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This design mimics a soviet style vision test in eye doctors' offices. The ophthalmologist would point to a certain letter and listen to whether a patient would read it correctly. This design with Russian letters actually reads "One should compare themselves less to other people". It is kind of a metaphor. You try hard to read the last lines and to add all the letters together to get the meaning only to realize that it tells you that you shouldn't do it and that you shouldn't care about what stuff other people have.

Tags: motivational, wisdom, hipster, foreign, cyrillic-script

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'Ну такое' is a little difficult to translate. It is something like 'so-so'. Said to describe something which is neither good nor bad. A popular phrase in the Russian part of the Internet.

Tags: cyrillic-letters, russian-phrase, teenagers-slang, internet-slang, cyrillic-script

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'Мне не очень' is a Russian phrase. It can mean different things. It can be 'I don't feel very well' or 'I don't really like it'.

Tags: cyrillic-script, not-cool, russian-alphabet, ambiguous, cyrillic

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'Мне не очень' is a Russian phrase. It can mean different things. It can be 'I don't feel very well' or 'I don't really like it'.

Tags: handwritten, cyrillic-script, russian-letters, russian-slang, russian-alphabet

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'Ну такое' is a little difficult to translate. It is something like 'so-so'. Said to describe something which is neither good nor bad. A popular phrase in the Russian part of the Internet.

Tags: russian-letters, handwritten, cyrillic-script, cyrillic-letters, russian-text

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This Russian language phrase means 'Living Easy Is Not Easy'. In Cyrillic script. And foreign texts are in vogue now. Want to impress your fashionable and stylish friends and get some hype with some trendy lines of Russian alphabet? Then you might want to get this. Would also be a good gift for your friends or classmates who study the Russian language or other Eastern European / Slavic languages or are just interested in Russian culture.

Tags: ukrainian, russian-saying, philosophical-quote, belarusian, russian-alphabet