boyar, boyard

(русское) (историческое) боярин

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  • BOYARD — Terme attesté dans les langues slaves orientales (russe: sing. bojarin , plur. bojare ) et méridionales (sous la forme boljarin ), «boyard» sert à désigner les membres de l’aristocratie. En Russie, le groupe des boyards a une double origine: la… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Boyar — Bo*yar , Boyard Bo*yard , n. [Russ. boi[ a]rin .] A member of a Russian aristocratic order abolished by Peter the Great. Also, one of a privileged class in Roumania. [1913 Webster] Note: English writers sometimes call Russian landed proprietors… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Boyard — Boyar Bo*yar , Boyard Bo*yard , n. [Russ. boi[ a]rin .] A member of a Russian aristocratic order abolished by Peter the Great. Also, one of a privileged class in Roumania. [1913 Webster] Note: English writers sometimes call Russian landed… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • boyar — [bō yärd′, boi′ərdbō yär′, boi′ər] n. [Russ boyarin, pl. boyare, grandee < boj, battle < IE base * bhei , to strike] Historical 1. a member of the privileged aristocracy in czarist Russia, ranking just below the ruling princes: the rank was …   English World dictionary

  • boyar — boyarism, boyardism, n. /boh yahr , boy euhr/, n. 1. Russian Hist. a member of the old nobility of Russia, before Peter the Great made rank dependent on state service. 2. a member of a former privileged class in Rumania. Also, boyard /boh yahrd …   Universalium

  • boyar — also boyard noun Etymology: Russian boyarin Date: 1591 a member of a Russian aristocratic order next in rank below the ruling princes until its abolition by Peter the Great …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • boyard — noun see boyar …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • boyar — /ˈbɔɪə/ (say boyuh), /boʊˈja/ (say boh yah) noun 1. a member of the old nobility of Russia, before Peter the Great made rank depend on state service. 2. one of a former privileged class in Romania. Also, boyard /ˈbɔɪəd/ (say boyuhd), /boʊˈjad/… …   Australian English dictionary

  • boyard — noun see boyar …   Useful english dictionary

  • boïar — ⇒BOYARD, BOÏAR, subst. masc. Ancien seigneur, gros propriétaire terrien des pays slaves en particulier de Russie et, p. ext. des provinces danubiennes d Europe centrale : • 1. Shéhérazade et Casanova ont été, furent, sont et seront, quelles que… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Troubetskoï — Famille Troubetzkoy Armes des Jagiellons, dit Pogon Litewska Troubetzkoy (pol. Trubecki) est un famille de la noblesse russe et polonaise. Transcriptions : Troubetzkoy (français), Трубецкой (russe), Trubecki (polonais), Trubetskoy (anglais) …   Wikipédia en Français

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