Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Same as hospodar.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • I trust you with it for one night, _gospodar_, because you are English.

    The Book of All-Power

  • "The _gospodar_ is going to Kieff, Sophia Kensky," introduced the old man.

    The Book of All-Power

  • "Tell me, _gospodar_, do you ride into our holy city to-day?"

    The Book of All-Power

  • A thousand reasons, _gospodar_, "cried the man passionately;" he who has this book understands the black magic of

    The Book of All-Power

  • "He has a book, _gospodar_," said Boolba, "and we people who desire power would have that book, for it teaches men how they may command the souls of others, so that when they lift their little fingers, those who hate them best shall obey them."

    The Book of All-Power

  • "I shall ask the _gospodar_ to discover the meeting-place of the rabble."

    The Book of All-Power

  • "They all desire it, _gospodar_, from the Grand Duke in his beautiful palace to the _moujik_ in his cellar -- they all desire my lovely book!

    The Book of All-Power

  • "I would wish that the _gospodar_ knew as much as possible, because he will be in Kieff, and who knows what will happen in Kieff?

    The Book of All-Power

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