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tsarevich

Syllabification: tsar·e·vich
Pronunciation: /ˈzärəˌviCH, ˈ(t)sär-
 
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(also czarevich or tzarevitch)

Definition of tsarevich in English:

noun

historical
The eldest son of an emperor of Russia.
Example sentences
  • I saw the czar and the czarevich disappear through the back door and still the Russian boys were no where to be found.
  • The czarevich was the truest symbol there was of Russia's future.
  • The czar looked a bit edgy, but his son the czarevich seemed confident.

Origin

early 18th century: Russian, literally 'son of a tsar'.

Words that rhyme with tsarevich

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