I found "bserossijskij sunod" and I know that sunod is an old russian word for synod. Today it seems to be sinod. But what does that "bserossijskij" mean?

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    > sunod is an old russian word for synod - well, синод is ther Russian word for синод – shabunc Jun 29 '17 at 11:31
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    please next time try point to exact usage - screenshot will be enough actually - this can help others to answer the question. – shabunc Jun 29 '17 at 12:34

I think you (or your-source) misspelled it

it should be Всероссийский. Not Б but В.

meaning all-Russian, Russia-wide

another option, your source used Latin glyphs similar to Cyrillic glyphs.

like "u" is similar to "и" and capital "b" - "B" is same as capital "в" - "В"

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  • Yes it looks like it should be v instead of b. Sorry. Thank you for the answer! – Purpa Jun 29 '17 at 11:12

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