czarina

noun cza·ri·na \zä-ˈrē-nə, (t)sä-\

Definition of czarina

  1. :  the wife of a czar

Variants of czarina

or less commonly

tsarina

or

tzarina

\zä-ˈrē-nə, (t)sä-\

Origin and Etymology of czarina

probably modification of German Zarin, from Zar czar, from Russian tsar'


First Known Use: 1717


CZARINA Defined for English Language Learners

czarina

noun cza·ri·na \zä-ˈrē-nə, (t)sä-\

Definition of czarina for English Language Learners

  • : the wife of a Russian czar


CZARINA Defined for Kids

czarina

noun cza·ri·na \zä-ˈrē-nə\

Definition of czarina for Students

  1. :  the wife of a czar



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