or tsa·rev·na, tza·rev·na
- a daughter of a czar.
- the wife of the son of a czar.
Origin of czarevna
1875–80; < Russian tsarévna, equivalent to tsar' czar + -evna feminine patronymic suffix
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Examples from the Web for tsarevna
Ivan went to the Tsarevna, told her of her brother, and gave her his command.
But the most lovely of them all was the inexhaustibly lovely Tsarevna.
The Tsarevna looked and saw that all of them had their locks shorn off.
Some Tsarevna or other has come to our church, depend upon it!
And do what the Tsarevna would to persuade him, he insisted upon it.
- a daughter of a Russian tsar
- the wife of a Russian tsarevitch
from Russian, from tsar + -evna, feminine patronymic suffix
- a variant spelling (esp US) of tsarevna
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