Complete Definition of "czar"

English

Etymology
From Russian царь (tsar’), from Old Russian цьсарь (tsĭsarĭ), from Old Church Slavonic цѣсарь (tsěsarĭ), believed to come from Latin Caesar.

Pronunciation
audio|en-us-czar.ogg|Audio (US)

Noun
czar

  1. A Slavic emperor (not necessarily a Russian emperor)

Alternative spellings
tsar
tzar

Related terms
rfc-level|Related terms at L4+ not in L3 POS section
czarina
czarism
czarist

Translations

Bosnian: car#Bosnian|car m
Catalan: tsar#Catalan|tsar m
Croatian: car#Croatian|car m
Czech: car#Czech|car m
Dutch: tsaar
Estonian: tsaar
Finnish: tsaari
French: tsar
German: Zar
Hebrew: צאר (tzar) m
Italian: zar m
Japanese: ツァー (tsā)
Northern Sami: cára
mid
Polish: car m
Portuguese: tsar
Russian: царь m
Serbian:

Skolt Sami: caar#Skolt Sami|caar
Slovak: cár#Slovak|cár m
Slovene: car#Slovene|car m
Spanish: zar#Spanish|zar m
Swedish: tsar#Swedish|tsar c

Category:English eponyms

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