Translation for 'tsarina' from English to Bulgarian
NOUN   tsarina | tsarinas
SYNO czarina | czaritza | tsarina | ...
tsarina {noun}
царица {ж} [българска, руска]
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Translation for 'tsarina' from English to Bulgarian

tsarina {noun}
царица {ж} [българска, руска]ист.
Usage Examples English
  • Together with her husband and son, Churikova was a co-screenwriter for the historical feature "The Romanovs: An Imperial Family" (2000), in which rather than appear on screen, she dubs the English actress Lynda Bellingham starring as the tsarina Alexandra Feodorovna.
  • During Russian balls, it was danced elegantly and famously by the Tsarina Maria Feodorovna, the second-to-last tsarina of the Russian empire before its collapse in 1918.
  • Since September 1915, the tsarina had sent many letters to her husband, exerting pressure on him in order to summon General Ivanov back from the front to be at the post of Minister of War.
  • In 1784, the cathedral was to be the chapter church of the newly established Order of Saint Vladimir. The first dean was archpriest Andrey Samborsky - the religion teacher of tsarina's grandsons.
  • A tsar goes on a voyage and leaves his beautiful tsarina behind.

  • As Peter's relations with the tsarina Eudoxia Lopukhina gradually worsened, Anna Mons took the place as his permanent and semi-official royal mistress.
  • She left England in company of her brother-in-law Marie François Emmanuel de Crussol for the court of Russia around March 1797, where she was a dame d'honneur of the tsarina Maria Feodorovna.
  • Princess Maria Feodorovna Pozharskaya (died 1607), was a Tsardom of Russian lady-in-waiting, a royal favorite of tsarina Maria Skuratova-Belskaya.
  • The muzhik Rasputin becomes the favorite of the court of the Tsar of Russia after curing the Tsar's son. He seduced the tsarina, he is accused of witchcraft, and a plot is organized.
  • After the death and suspected poisoning of the regent tsarina dowager Elena Glinskaya in 1538, Agrippina Fedorovna Chelyadnina was arrested alongside the boyars I.

  • Maciejewski married the future tsar "Dimitriy Ioannovich" (False Dmitriy I) and future tsarina Maryna Mniszech (Marina Mniszech).
  • The tsarina's quarters must have been located in that part of the palace.
  • The tsarina's funeral took place on 7 January 1716 in the Peter and Paul Cathedral in Saint Petersburg (listed as number 4 in the list of burials).
  • Grigorovich was politically sympathetic to the Octobrist Party and was nominated as a candidate for Prime Minister in 1916; however his candidacy was rejected due to objections from dowager tsarina Maria Feodorovna over Grigorovich's liberal views.
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