A general term used to describe russian made unguided rockets (or rockets made of russian designs). These are currently in common use in the middle east
"A katyusha landed a mile away from the houses of the Israeli civilians"
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a cute girl you would love to take care of. She makes you dream about her.
Damn that is one fine katyusha
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Katyusha is a vehicle so bad ass it has its own theme song.
A pine if katyusha ls petrified the German soldiers.
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The name Katyusha is of Russian origin.
It can be used to refer to Russian dumb fire rockets or to someone that goes by that name. It’s a girls name.
It was also the name given to the song composed by Matvey Blanter in 1938 just before the start of Second World War.
“I saw some Katyusha rockets hit the town.”

Hay Katyusha, how are have you been?”
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