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 (go͝od′n-ôf′, gŏd′-, gə-do͞o-nôf′), Boris Fyodorovich 1551?-1605.
Czar of Russia (1598-1605) who became regent for Fyodor I (1557-1598) on the death of Ivan IV (1584) and was chosen czar on Fyodor's death. His reign was marked by the colonization of Siberia and the reclamation of land in Sweden.
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Godunov

(ˈɡɒdəˌnɒf; ˈɡʊd-; Russian ɡəduˈnɔf)
n
(Biography) Boris Fyodorovich (baˈris ˈfjɔdərəvitʃ). ?1551–1605, Russian regent (1584–98) and tsar (1598–1605)
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Go•du•nov

(ˈgɒd nˌɔf, -ˌɒf, ˈgʊd-)

n.
Boris Fedorovich, 1552–1605, czar of Russia 1598–1605.
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He returned to Scottish Opera on many occasions, most notably as Cassio in Verdi's Otello and as Shuisky in Boris Godunov. The Scottish Opera debut led directly to engagements with Royal Opera, Covent Garden, where he debuted as Gonzalve in Ravel's L'heure espagnole in 1963.
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The Empire is also showing opera and ballet from the Royal Opera House (Boris Godunov on March 21, Giselle on April 6, Lucia Di Lammermuir on April 25, Frankenstein on May 18 and Werther on June 27) and Romeo and Juliet from the Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company -- with a cast including Derek Jacobi, Lily James and Richard Madden -- on July 7.