noun see tovarich

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  • tovarish — noun /tɒˈvɑːrɪʃ/ comrade, especially with reference to the former USSR , 1919: Instead of addressing them according to revolutionary etiquette as Tovarish (comrade), he asked them their Christian names and that of their fathers, while telling… …   Wiktionary

  • tovarish — [tɒ vα:rɪʃ] (also tovarich) noun (in the former USSR) a comrade (often used as a form of address). Origin from Russ. tovarishch, from Turkic …   English new terms dictionary

  • tovarish — to·va·rish …   English syllables

  • tovarish —   n. comrade …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • tovarish — n. (also tovarich) (in the USSR) comrade (esp. as a form of address). Etymology: Russ. tovarishch …   Useful english dictionary

  • Tovarish Kamo — Kamo, eigentlich Semjon (Simon) Arschakowitsch Ter Petrosjan (auch häufig als Petrossian oder Petrosian transliteriert) (* 1882 in Gori, † Juli 1922 in Tiflis) war ein georgischer Revolutionär (Bolschewik) und Politiker armenischer Abstammung.… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • tovarich —  / tovarish  Either is acceptable for the Russian word for comrade; in Russian, tovarishch …   Bryson’s dictionary for writers and editors

  • Дискография группы «Мумий Тролль» — Эта страница описывает дискографию российской рок группы «Мумий Тролль». Мумий Тролль Релизы …   Википедия

  • ta|va|rish — «tuh VAHR ihsh», noun. = tovarish. (Cf. ↑tovarish) …   Useful english dictionary

  • tovarich — or tovarish noun Etymology: Russian tovarishch Date: circa 1917 comrade …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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