czarevitch
also tsarevitch noun Etymology: Russian tsarevich, from tsar' + -evich, patronymic suffix Date: 1710 an heir apparent of a Russian czar

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  • czarevitch — [zär′ə vich΄] n. [Russ tsarevich, son of a czar] the eldest son of a czar of Russia …   English World dictionary

  • czarevitch — czar [tzaʀ], czarevitch [tsaʀevitʃ], czarine [tsaʀin] n. ⇒ Tsar, tsarévitch, tsarine …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • czarevitch — /zahr euh vich, tsahr /, n. the son of a czar. Also, tsarevitch, tzarevitch. [1700 10; < Russ tsarévich, equiv. to tsar CZAR + evich masc. patronymic suffix] * * * …   Universalium

  • czarevitch — czar·e·vitch || zɑːrÉ™vɪtʃ n. heir of a Russian czar; son of a Russian emperor …   English contemporary dictionary

  • czarevitch — czar·e·vitch …   English syllables

  • czarevitch — czar•e•vitch [[t]ˈzɑr ə vɪtʃ, ˈtsɑr [/t]] n. gov a son of a Russian czar, esp. the eldest son • Etymology: 1700–10; < Russ tsarévich=tsar czar+ evich masc. patronymic suffix …   From formal English to slang

  • czarevitch — /ˈzarəvɪtʃ/ (say zahruhvich) noun → tsarevitch …   Australian English dictionary

  • czarevitch — …   Useful english dictionary

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  • tsarévitch — [ dzarevitʃ; tsa ] n. m. • 1826; czarovitz XVIIIe; czaroidg 1679 forme polonaise; mot russe ♦ Hist. Titre porté par le fils aîné du tsar de Russie. ● tsarévitch ou tzarévitch nom masculin (russe tsarevitch) Fils de tsar. tsarévitch n …   Encyclopédie Universelle

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