Russian adjectives

impudent, impertinent, insolent; cheeky
бога́тый [ba-gá-tyî] Adjective
rich, wealthy
изя́щный [ee-zyásch-nyî] Adjective
graceful, elegant
серьёзный [seer'-yóz-nyî] Adjective
serious
самоуве́ренный [sa-ma-u-vyé-reen-nyî] Adjective
self-confident
живо́й [zhee-vóî] Adjective
alive, living; lively, vivid, brisk
высокоме́рный [vy-sa-ka-myér-nyî] Adjective
arrogant, insolent, haughty, supercilious
вспы́льчивый [fspýl'-chee-vyî] Adjective
quick-tempered, hot-tempered, irascible, hasty
гостеприи́мный [gas-tee-pree-éem-nyÎ] Adjective
hospitable
раздражи́тельный [raz-dra-zhée-teel'-nyî] Adjective
irritable, touchy, short-tempered, petulant, irascible
неподку́пный [nee-pat-kúp-nyî] Adjective
incorruptible
noisy, loud
хво́йный [hvóî-nyî] Adjective
coniferous
long-suffering
посре́дственный [pas-ryéts-tveen-nyî] Adjective
mediocre
удо́бный [u-dób-nyÎ] Adjective
convenient, comfortable
вре́дный [vryéd-nyî] Adjective
destructive, harmful, bad, detrimental; unhealthy; (about people) mischievous, mean, maleficent, obnoxious
вообража́емый [va-ab-ra-zhá-ee-myî] Adjective
imaginary, fictitious
поле́зный [pa-lyéz-nyî] Adjective
useful, helpful, good (for), health-giving, beneficial
cheerful, vivacious; vigorous
тро́гательный [tró-ga-teel'-nyî] Adjective
touching; moving, affecting
надое́дливый [na-da-yéd-lee-vyî] Adjective
tiresome, troublesome, annoying, boring, bothersome, bothering; pesky
тупо́й [tu-póî] Adjective
obtuse, blunt; (about people) stupid
двою́родный [dva-yú-rad-nyÎ] Adjective
related by grandfather (first cousin, cousin of one's father or mother, child of one's first cousin)
сварли́вый [svar-lée-vyî] Adjective
quarrelsome, peevish, shrewish
криво́й [kree-vóî] Adjective
bent, crooked, wry, curved