or tsa·rit·za, tza·rit·za
- a czarina.
Origin of czaritza
First recorded in 1690–1700, czaritza is from the Russian word tsarítsa
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Examples from the Web for tzaritza
Polly whirled from her like a flash crying, "Charge, Tzaritza!"
"I've never known the soup so good," says the Tzaritza, and she finishes hers.Old Peter's Russian Tales
The proverb one funeral makes many certainly applies to the decease of a Tzaritza in sixteenth-century Moskva.The Rise of the Russian Empire
Hector H. Munro
By her side Tzaritza, her snowy Russian wolfhound, paced with stately mien; a thoroughbred pair indeed.
Jerome had summoned one of the maids and given Sultana into her charge, while Tzaritza was bidden "Guard" upon the piazza.