Rus or RUS may refer to:

  • Rus (name) (Русь Rus' ) the transliteration of the Slavic name for Ruthenia. Historical states known as "Rus" are:
    • Rus' (region), the associated territory
    • Rus' people, the people of Rus'
    • early Rus', the formative phase of the polity during the 9th century
    • Kievan Rus'
    • Novgorod Republic
    • Kingdom of Rus' or Galicia-Volhynia
    • Vladimir-Suzdal Rus
    • the Tsardom of Rus or Muscovy
  • Rus, a legendary eponymous ancestor, see Lech, Czech and Rus
  • Rus (special forces), a unit of interior troops of the Russian Federation
  • Rus (1903), a Russian newspaper published intermittently from 1903 to 1908
  • RUS, an acronym for Rural Utilities Service, an agency of the United States Department of Agriculture
  • RUS, an acronym for Recipient Update Service, a service of Microsoft Exchange Server
  • Informal name of Prospective Piloted Transport System, a Russian planned manned spacetransport system
  • Route utilisation strategy
Places - contemporary
  • Ruś (disambiguation), the name of several Polish villages
  • Rus, Jaén, a municipality in the Province of Jaén (Spain)
  • Rus, Sălaj, a commune in Sălaj County, Romania
  • Rus, a village in Dumbrăviţa Commune, Maramureş County, Romania
  • rus, the ISO 639-2 code for the Russian language
  • RUS, the ISO 3166-1 code for the Russian Federation
  • Arantxa Rus, Dutch tennis player
  • Unofficial name of Prospective Piloted Transport System, a Russian proposed manned spacecraft

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2010 Dakar Rally - Results - Final Overall Standings - Trucks
... Make Time Difference 501 ... Vladimir Chagin (RUS) Sergey Savostin (RUS) Eduard Nikolaev (RUS) Kamaz 55h 04' 47" + 00' 00" 500 ... Firdaus Kabirov (RUS) Aydar Belyaev (RUS) Andrey Mokeev (RUS) Kamaz 56h 17' 55" + 1h 13' 08 ...
Lech, Čech, And Rus
... Lech, Čech, and Rus is a legend of three brothers – Lech, Čech (or Czech), and Rus – who founded three Slavic nations Lechia (Poland), Czechia (Bohemia, Moravia ...
Christianization Of Kievan Rus'
... The Christianization of Kievan Rus' took place in several stages ... announced to other Orthodox patriarchs that the Rus', baptised by his bishop, took to Christianity with particular enthusiasm ... the Primary Chronicle and other Slavonic sources describe the tenth-century Rus' as firmly entrenched in paganism ...
1999 Women's European Volleyball Championship - Individual Awards
... Most Valuable Player Evgenya Artamonova (RUS) Best Scorer Barbara Jelić (CRO) Best Blocker Elizaveta Tichtchenko (RUS) Best Spiker Elizaveta Tichtchenko (RUS) Best ...