hospodar


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hospodar

(ˈhɒspəˌdɑː)
n
(Historical Terms) (formerly) the governor or prince of Moldavia or Wallachia under Ottoman rule
[C17: via Romanian from Ukrainian, from hospod' lord; related to Russian gospodin courtesy title, Old Slavonic gospodǐ lord]
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There was a Madame de Raudon, who certainly had a matinee musicale at Wildbad, accompanied by Herr Spoff, premier pianist to the Hospodar of Wallachia, and my little friend Mr.
Niphon (1414-1440 until 1508), who, upon the invitation of the Hospodar Radu IV the Great, spent 1501-1505 in Wallachia and adjourned to Mount Athos afterwards where he died in the Dionision monastery in 1508.
Set, Erik Flatmo; costumes, Callie Floor; lighting, Christopher Studley; sound, Yvette Janine Jackson; production stage manager, Nicole Dickerson; technical director, Rachel Hospodar.
John Hospodar, had full responsibility for the transshipment, said Cashner.
Hospodar, secretary of Pataki's college of consultors.
This series was crowned by the plays Lisova pisnia (1911; Forest Song) and Kaminny hospodar (1912; The Stone Host).
Ciotola II, Cassandra Cormack, Tyler Esno, Aaron Gallogly, Bradley Hess, Michael Hospodar, Stephanie Koller, Lauren Lamendola, Douglas Lipari, Shane McFarland, Samuel Morrow, Matthew Nichol, Caitlin Phillips, Cristiana Popescu, Cody Rizzo, Ian Scott, Nicole Serafini, William Somershoe, Erika Winter, Christian Wrabley.