It means to be a king in Russian and is derived from the Latin word Caesar (e.g. Julius Caesar). Peter the great was a czar.
tsar or czar Like "Kaiser" in German, the Russian "Tsar" or "Czar" is derived from CAESAR, meaning Emperor. After Octavian Caesar became Caesar Augustus, all the Roman Emperors were known as Caesar, and it became synonymous with Emperor. This I found, as well as the Russian word for King being "Korol' ", in a Wikipedia article about the word Tsar. It's quite comprehensive.
Царь = Translates as Monarch, King, etc.
The term "czar" is a Russian equivalent of the Roman title "Caesar." The Germans adopted the title Caesar in the same way only they used the word "Kaiser."
It is Czar
I don't know what the title Augustus would be in Russian, but the title Tzar (Czar) comes directly from the name Caesar, as does Kaiser in Germany - everybody wanted to be as great as Caesar.
russian word for naughty
Czar also known by Caesar
the Russian word for so is tak.
Замечательно is the Russian word for wonderful.
russian word for dictator?
The the word number in Russian is номер.
The Russian word for mother is mama.
The Russian word for Veto is Beto.
мужество is the Russian Word for courage
Жена is the Russian word for wife.
ранен is the Russian word for "wounded".
The Russian word for friendship is pronunced as droozhboo.
Yes, two of the main languages to use derivatives of the name Caesar were the Russian Czar and the German Kaiser.
The Russian word for noun "dark" is темнота. The Russian for adjective "dark" is темный.
The English word for the Russian word sun is solntse with the accent on soln.