I have come to fetch you,” said Racoare shortly, “and take you to boyar Nicola.
Upon the tale the boyar had brought him he offered now no comment.
At the edge of the Old Meadow the girl dismounted, allowing boyar to graze at will.
In the Bukowina every gentleman or proprietor of land is called boyar.
"boyar and this here buckskin colt would make a pretty fair team," ventured Collie, smiling to himself.
Their souls are like the soul of Yorga's mother, the boyar's daughter.
What boyar could not accomplish in the way of equine gymnastics in harness, Apache, Collie's pony, could.
"boyar, my pony, is the fastest pony in the hills," said Louise pensively.
"Uncle Walter and I are very fond of them," she said, turning boyar into the inclosure.
Far down in the valley boyar's sweating sides glistened in the sun.
member of a Russian aristocratic class (abolished by Peter the Great), 1590s, from Russian boyarin, perhaps from boji "struggle," or from Slavic root *bol- "great."