Tsar (disambiguation)

Tsar (disambiguation)

Tsar, Tzar, and Czar are various Latin alphabet spellings of the same Slavic word, the title of a Russian, Bulgarian or Serbian monarch. It is derived from the word caesar, much like the word kaiser.

The word may also be:

See also

  • All pages beginning with "Tsar"
  • All pages beginning with "Czar"
  • All pages beginning with "Tzar"

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