Boris Godunov

or Bo·ris Go·dou·nov, Bo·ris Go·du·noff

[ bawr-is -god-n-awf, -of, good-, bohr-; bor-; Russian buh-ryees guh-doo-nawf ]
/ ˈbɔr ɪs ˈgɒd nˌɔf, -ˌɒf, ˈgʊd-, ˈboʊr-; ˈbɒr-; Russian bʌˈryis gə duˈnɔf /

noun

a play (1825) by Pushkin.
an opera (1874) by Modest Moussorgsky, based on Pushkin's drama.

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