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tzaritza

[zah-rit-suh, tsah-]
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noun
  1. czaritza.

czaritza

or tsa·rit·za, tza·rit·za

[zah-rit-suh, tsah-]
noun
  1. a czarina.

Origin of czaritza

First recorded in 1690–1700, czaritza is from the Russian word tsarítsa
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  • Polly whirled from her like a flash crying, "Charge, Tzaritza!"

    Peggy Stewart at School</p>

    Gabrielle E. Jackson

  • "I've never known the soup so good," says the Tzaritza, and she finishes hers.

  • The proverb one funeral makes many certainly applies to the decease of a Tzaritza in sixteenth-century Moskva.

  • By her side Tzaritza, her snowy Russian wolfhound, paced with stately mien; a thoroughbred pair indeed.

    Peggy Stewart at School</p>

    Gabrielle E. Jackson

  • Jerome had summoned one of the maids and given Sultana into her charge, while Tzaritza was bidden "Guard" upon the piazza.

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    Gabrielle E. Jackson


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