Spelling and meaning of Russian chant “Ulla”? [closed]

The Politicus
Mar 07, 2022 08:29 AM 0 Answers
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I've encountered some discourse here and there about what Putin and the Russian soldiers chant (typically following a speech). However, when I tried to find accurate information online about what they are saying, how it's spelled or what it means, I can't find anything.

As for its meaning, my hunch is that it is the Russian version of: Hoorah - a common chant among US armed forces. I could be totally wrong though.


What is the accurate spelling of this "ulla"-sounding chant I'm looking for and is it's meaning that of my hunch?

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