- Tsar (disambiguation)
The word may also be:
- Czar, West Virginia
- Czar, Alberta
- "Czar", song by Frank Black from his 1994 debut solo album Frank Black
- The Czars, a rock band formed in Denver, Colorado in 1994
- Tsar (band), a rock band formed in Los Angeles, California in 1998
- Tsar (film), a 2009 Russian film
- TSAR Publications, a Canadian publisher
- Tzar: The Burden of the Crown, a strategy computer game launched in 2000
- The Czar of the Style Invitational, former editor of a weekly column in the Washington Post.
- Czar (political term), an informal name for certain executive branch positions in the United States government (and as Tsar, the United Kingdom)
- Camellia japonica 'The Czar', a camellia cultivar
- Zhar, a homophone of czar
- Tsar Bomba, the world's largest thermonuclear bomb, developed by the Soviet Union.
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