czarina

noun cza·ri·na \ zä-ˈrē-nə , (t)sä- \
variants: or less commonly tsarina or tzarina

Definition of czarina

:the wife of a czar

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Origin and Etymology of czarina

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


CZARINA Defined for English Language Learners

czarina

noun

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

:the wife of a czar


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