or tsar·e·vitch, tzar·e·vitch
- 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 tsarevitch
The battered "Tsarevitch," with three destroyers, took refuge at Kiao-chau.Famous Sea Fights
John Richard Hale
The Tsar father was pleased and the Tsarevitch received his special thanks.
Dear Tsarevitch Ivan, my husband and master, why so troubled again?
In the morning Tsarevitch Ivan awoke with the crowing cocks, and you know the cocks and chickens are never late.
Tsarevitch Ivan answered sincerely, telling all about his misfortune without hiding anything.
- a son of a Russian tsar, esp the eldest son
from Russian tsarevich, from tsar + -evich, masculine patronymic suffix
- a variant spelling (esp US) of tsarevitch
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