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- (from the word pop, meaning married priest) romanian: preoteasă russian: matushka (pronounced mah'-too-shkah, literally means 'mama,' i.e., the intimate
- matushka olga michael (february 3, 1916 – november 8, 1979), also known as olinka, was a priest's wife from kwethluk village, on the kuskokwim river in
- davis, the russian woman who cares for serge mr davis, sholdi's husband matushka, serge's dog willa cather's collected short fiction, university of nebraska
- the traditional ones, some of which (like the well-known 'ne shei ty mne matushka krasny sarafan') later came to be regarded as bona fide russian folk songs
- archdiocese of canada bp. gerasimos (papadopoulos) of abydos olga michael, matushka in alaska seraphim rose, rocor hieromonk philaret voznesensky, first hierarch
- years before. sergei makovetsky - otets aleksandr ionin nina usatova - matushka alevtina liza arzamasova - eva kirill pletnyov - aleksandr lugotintsev
- use the same word for a deacon's wife that is used for a priest's wife: matushka (russian), panimatushka (ukrainian), etc. presbytera clergy etiquette
- vedmy’) 1833 — the evil eye (‘nedobryi glaz’) 1833 — mommy and sonny (‘matushka i synok’) mommy and sonny (story), from russian romantic prose: an anthology