or tsa·rit·za, tza·rit·za
- a czarina.
Origin of czaritza
First recorded in 1690–1700, czaritza is from the Russian word tsarítsa
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Examples from the Web for tsaritza
From my place of concealment I saw the Tsaritza start visibly.
He preferred the society of his sister-disciples at Pokrovsky to that of the Tsaritza.
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.