tzardom

[zahr-duh m, tsahr-]

czardom

or tsar·dom, tzar·dom

[zahr-duh m, tsahr-]
noun
  1. the domain of a czar.
  2. the power, authority, or position of a czar.

Origin of czardom

First recorded in 1835–45; czar + -dom
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Historical Examples of tzardom

  • In Russian literature he perceived a foreshadowing of the doom of Tzardom and imminent catastrophe.