Translation for 'poet' from English to Russian
NOUN   a poet | poets
поэт {м}
народный поэт {м}
folk poet
национальный поэт {м}
national poet
народный поэт {м}
popular poet
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Usage Examples English
  • Isabella Motadinyane (1963 – 2003) was a South African poet, performance poet and actor.
  • Grace Cavalieri is an American poet, playwright, and radio host of the Library of Congress program "The Poet and the Poem". In 2019, she was appointed the tenth Poet Laureate of Maryland.
  • Allan Natachee was a poet from Papua New Guinea. The first Papuan poet in print, he is also sometimes referred to as the 'Papuan Poet Laureate'.
  • Simon Gregorčič (15 October 1844 – 24 November 1906) was a Slovene poet and Roman Catholic priest.
  • James Larkin Pearson (September 13, 1879 – August 27, 1981) was a poet and newspaper publisher.

  • Vedanayagam Sastriar of Thanjavur, poet-lyricist, court poet in the palace of Serfoji II. He was a poet and writer with 133 books and over 500 lyrics to his credit.
  • Bestselling poet Robert W. Service (not credited) plays The Poet, a fictionalized version of himself.
  • The Canadian Parliamentary Poet Laureate (...) is the national poet laureate of Canada. The current poet laureate is Louise Bernice Halfe.
  • Yelizaveta Tarakhovskaya translated into Russian many poems for children written by various Soviet and foreign authors: verses of Polish poet Julian Tuwim, Uzbek poet Kuddus Muhammadi (Muhammadiev), Azerbaijani poet Mirvari Dilbazi, Georgian poet Mariki Baratashvili(მარიკა ბარათაშვილი), Lithuanian poet Eduardas Mieželaitis, Bulgarian poet Assen Bossev and many more.
  • In modern times a poet laureate title may be conferred by an organization such as the Poetry Foundation, which designates a Young People's Poet Laureate, unconnected with the National Youth Poet Laureate and the United States Poet Laureate.

  • Seattle is unique in that since 1999 it has been electing a Poet Populist.
  • Bella McGee (poet) James Conwell (poet) Padraig O'Beirne (poet) e.g.: "Mo Phiopa Gairid Donn" (n.d).
  • He was also commissioned to translate works of British poet and politician Lord Byron, French poets Arthur Rimbaud and Guillaume Apollinaire, Chilean poet and politician Pablo Neruda, Russian poet Sergei Yesenin and Lithuanian-Soviet poet Eduardas Mieželaitis.
  • Andreas Karavis is a non-existent Greek poet created by Canadian poet David Solway.
  • Henry Meade Bland (April 21, 1863 – April 29, 1931) was an American educator and poet who became California Poet Laureate in 1929 after succeeding California's first Poet Laureate, Ina Coolbrith.

  • Charley Genever is a British poet. She is Peterborough Poet Laureate 2016.
  • Her husband, the poet and historian Mailin mac Tanaide Ó Maolconaire died in 1441, after which Sadhbh apparently replaced him as poet, hence the term "banollamh" (woman-poet).
  • He is an authority on fellow poet Robert Francis (poet), a friend and literary mentor.
  • Russian-American poet Vladimir Efroimson (poet) is his nephew.
  • Examples include American poet Delmore Schwartz, whom Mark Ford called "America's most genuine claimant to the title", Canadian poet Paul Potts, Czech poet Karel Hynek Mácha, the Polish poet Rafał Wojaczek and the Italian poet Salvatore Toma; Wojaczek and Toma committed suicide at an early age.

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