Definition of Czar. Meaning of Czar. Synonyms of Czar

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Definition of Czar

Czar Czar (z["a]r), n. [Russ. tsare, fr. L. Caesar C[ae]sar; cf. OPol. czar, Pol. car. ] A king; a chief; the title of the emperor of Russia. [Written also tzar

Meaning of Czar from wikipedia

- church slavonic: ц︢рь [usually written thus with a title] or цар, цaрь) or czar is a title used to designate certain slavic monarchs or supreme rulers. as
- czar is a village in central alberta. it is located 70 kilometres (43 mi) west of the saskatchewan border, at the intersection of highway 13, buffalo trail
- drug czar is an informal name for the person who directs drug-control policies in the united states, following the u.s. use of the 'czar' term. the 'drug
- czar is an unincorporated community in crawford county, in the u.s. state of missouri. a post office called czar was established in 1889, and remained
- czar is an unincorporated community in randolph county, west virginia, united states, near the upshur county line. the name may be a corruption of the
- polygamy czar is an informal title given to the 'investigator of crimes within closed societies' for the utah attorney general's office. the position was
- goods or services are widely consumed. such individuals may also be called czars, moguls, proprietors, tycoons, taipans, barons, or oligarchs. the word
- big town czar is a 1939 film. new york city newspaper columnist ed ****van relates the story of crime boss phil daley's rise and fall. to the disappointment
- mcgeehan's living quarters, located nearby. the b-52 aircraft, callsign czar 52, took off at 13:58 and completed most of the mission's elements without
- ss czar, or Царь in russian, was an ocean liner for the russian american line before world war i. the ship was later known as estonia for the baltic american