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czarevitch

or tsar·e·vitch, tzar·e·vitch

[zahr-uh-vich, tsahr-]
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noun
  1. the son of a czar.

Origin of czarevitch

1700–10; < Russian tsarévich, equivalent to tsar' czar + -evich masculine patronymic suffix
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Examples from the Web for czarevitch

Historical Examples

  • Well, Alexis (turning to the Czarevitch)—how many traitors were hung this morning?

    Vera

    Oscar Wilde

  • Czar (sinks into his chair with his eyes fixed on the Czarevitch).

    Vera

    Oscar Wilde

  • Czarevitch gives up sword; Prince Paul places it on the table.

    Vera

    Oscar Wilde

  • Especially as his wife is more to the Czarevitch than his crown!

  • Two mighty battle-ships, the Retvizan and the Czarevitch, slowly heeled over, mortally wounded.

    The North Pacific

    Willis Boyd Allen


British Dictionary definitions for czarevitch

czarevitch

noun
  1. a variant spelling (esp US) of tsarevitch
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