Definition of tsarina in English:

tsarina

Line breaks: tsar|ina
Pronunciation: /zɑːˈriːnə
 
, tsɑː-/
(also czarina or tzarina)

noun

An empress of Russia before 1917: the Germanic origins of the tsarina [as title]: a descendant of Tsarina Alexandria
More example sentences
  • Whenever political theorists looked for a contemporary example of such a government, their eyes fell upon either the Ottoman sultans or the Russian tsars and tsarinas.
  • The authors of the subsequent essays then use these factors, to varying degrees, to discuss a particular period of development of the Russian military forces under the tsars (and tsarinas).
  • Although the rulers of the empire were formally called emperors, they were still popularly referred to as tsars or tsarinas.

Origin

via Italian and Spanish from German Czarin, Zarin, feminine of Czar, Zar.

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