Definition for tsarina (2 of 2)
or tsa·ri·na, tza·ri·na
Origin of czarina
Examples from the Web for tsarina
The gossip of the time speculated that Rasputin was having sex with the tsarina and her daughters.Kathryn Harrison on Rasputin in New Novel 'Enchantments'|Jane Ciabattari|March 29, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Occasionally the Tsarina would throw hot water over Anna for sheer spite.
Dismount from thy charger, and take the tsarina gently in thy heroic arms to her slender tower.Hero Tales and Legends of the Serbians|Woislav M. Petrovitch
Then the Tsarina told Ivan Tsarevich that a spirit would soon appear, and bade him hide himself in the folds of her cloak.The Russian Garland|Various
After various changes, in 1737 the Tsarina Elizabeth Petrovna caused the one now in use to be placed there.The Story of Moscow|Wirt Gerrare
Somehow or other, history whispers, Anna fell foul of the Tsarina—they simply hated one another.