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 (zär′ə-vĭch′, tsär′-)
The eldest son of a Russian czar.

[Russian tsarevich : tsar', czar; see czar + -evich, masculine patronymic suff.]
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(Historical Terms) a variant spelling (esp US) of tsarevitch
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(ˈzɑr ə vɪtʃ, ˈtsɑr-)

a son of a Russian czar, esp. the eldest son.
[1700–10; < Russian tsarévich=tsar' czar + -evich masculine patronymic suffix]
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nZarewitsch m
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References in periodicals archive ?
A postcard shows the arrival of the Russian Tsarevich Czarevitch in Kolkata in 1905.
Anglicized also as Czarevitch and Czarowitz, his title was given another variation by the Racing Calendar, which plumped for Cesarewitch.