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My prefix is an organ,
My suffix is an officer,
My infix sounds Russian,
You touch me everyday,
But if I was someone else's you wouldn't want to touch me.

What am I?

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The answer could be,

Handkerchief

Prefix - Organ,

Hand

Suffix - Officer,

Chief

You touch me everyday,

One uses it everyday

But if I was someone else's you wouldn't want to touch me.

People usually do not use someone Else's Handkerchief.

Not sure about the Russian part since I do not know any Russian References.

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  • $\begingroup$ Exactly the answer I was looking for. Kerch is the word you would want to look into, that belongs to Russia. $\endgroup$ – Dheemanth Bhandarkar Apr 17 '18 at 7:25
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I think the answer might be

Mouthguard

My prefix is an organ,

Mouth

My suffix is an officer,

Guard

My infix sounds Russian,

'thguar' sounds a bit like Tsar.

You touch me everyday,

I don't own one but those who do often sleep with them in or use them to play contact sport.

But if I was someone else's you wouldn't want to touch me.

Touching somebody else's mouthguard seems unhygienic.

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  • $\begingroup$ +1, interesting, but not the answer i'm looking for. Except for the Russian part, your answer is the closest ! $\endgroup$ – Dheemanth Bhandarkar Apr 17 '18 at 3:46

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