or tsa·rit·za, tza·rit·za

[zah-rit-suh, tsah-]

Origin of czaritza

First recorded in 1690–1700, czaritza is from the Russian word tsarítsa Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2018

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Historical Examples of czaritza

  • As soon as the door had closed on her, I gave a warning look at the Czaritza.

  • The czaritza, mother of Dmitri, who had first incited the mob, was forced to take the veil.

  • “I have a message to the Czaritza which I am instructed to give to her majesty in person,” I told him.

  • The Czaritza is waiting for me; but you will come back and dine with me, if not to-night, then to-morrow, or the next day.

  • I trusted to the little scene I had just contrived to prepare the mind of the Czaritza for this intimation.