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[zah-rit-suh, tsah-] /zɑˈrɪt sə, tsɑ-/


or tsaritza, tzaritza

[zah-rit-suh, tsah-] /zɑˈrɪt sə, tsɑ-/
a czarina.
Origin of czaritza
First recorded in 1690-1700, czaritza is from the Russian word tsarítsa Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2018.
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  • From my place of concealment I saw the tsaritza start visibly.

    The Minister of Evil William Le Queux
  • He preferred the society of his sister-disciples at Pokrovsky to that of the tsaritza.

    The Minister of Evil William Le Queux
  • The tsaritza tried, too, with no better result; "I do not like him."

  • The Tsar jumped to his feet, the tsaritza screamed, the princes and boyars opened their mouths.

  • The tsaritza Carrot screamed louder than ever and the wise counselors only shook their wise heads and remained silent.

  • His subjects liked him; he had many children, and his beautiful tsaritza Baktriana remained beautiful forever.

  • Tsar and tsaritza had a hard time to decide to whom they should give their daughter for a wife.

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