The Greek hospodar of Jassee immediately surrendered the government, and supplied a large sum of money.
Cantemir, the hospodar of Moldavia, promised support, for his own ends.
The hospodar of Walachia, who soon discovered the ambitious views of his colleague, quitted his party, and returned to his duty.
The death of Elena in 1505, and of the hospodar a year earlier, left the youth Dimitri in a forlorn and friendless condition.
Russia merely reserved to herself the appointment of the first hospodar of each principality.
The hospodar Bibesco soon yielded before the storm, and fled to Kronstadt in Transylvania.
hospodar, hos′po-dr, n. formerly the title of the princes of Moldavia and Wallachia.
By the terms of this treaty, the dignity of hospodar was maintained during the lifetime of its possessor.
hospodar, a title once borne by the kings of Poland and the governors of Moldavia and Wallachia.
He was succeeded as grand dragoman by his son John (Ioannes), who was for a short while hospodar of Moldavia, and died in 1720.