1. Boyar, member of the upper stratum of medieval Russian society and state administration
2. In Kievan Rus during the 10th–12th century, the Boyars constituted the senior group in the prince’s retinue (druzhina) and occupied the higher posts in the armed forces and in the civil administration
3. Boyar definition is - a member of a Russian aristocratic order next in rank below the ruling princes until its abolition by Peter the Great.
4. See 3 authoritative translations of Boyar in English with example sentences, conjugations and audio pronunciations.
5. You still aren't going in without the Boyar's say-so." Dmirov Irinasyn, Guard on the Armoury at Nekoltra[1a] The Boyars are the middle-rank nobility of Kislev, the nobles who hold real power
6. Across most of Kislev, the Boyars are the most powerful individuals
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11. Boyar In the broadest sense, every privileged landowner could be called a Boyar; in a narrower sense, the term refers to a senior member of a prince's retinue during the tenth through thirteenth centuries, and marked the highest court rank during the fourteenth to seventeenth centuries.
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17. Boyar definition, a member of the old nobility of Russia, before Peter the Great made rank dependent on state service
18. Boyar feasts in Russia could easily compete with Roman banquets with their bounty of dishes and beverages on the table
19. What does Boyar mean? A member of a class of higher Russian nobility that until the time of Peter I headed the civil and military administrati
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22. Boyar (plural Boyars) A member of a rank of aristocracy (second only to princes) in Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Serbia and Romania
23. Boyar synonyms, Boyar pronunciation, Boyar translation, English dictionary definition of Boyar
24. A Boyar was a member of the ruling nobility in medieval Russia and some other Slavic countries such as Bulgaria.The Boyars held the most important jobs in the army
25. Boyar Iordache Filipescu, dressed in the Phanariote Boyar fashion, sitting on a divan After the Phanariote regime was instated in Moldavia (1711) and Wallachia (1716), many of the Boyar class was made out of Constantinople Greeks who belonged to the Phanariote clients , who became officials and were assimilated to the Boyar class or locals who
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27. [Alteration (influenced by French Boyard, from Russian Boyarin) of Early Modern English boiaren, from Russian Boyarin, from Old Russian bolyarinŭ
28. Boyar definition: a member of an old order of Russian nobility , ranking immediately below the princes : Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples
29. The Boyar family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between 1840 and 1920
30. The most Boyar families were found in the USA in 1920
31. In 1840 there were 2 Boyar families living in New Jersey
32. This was about 67% of all the recorded Boyar's in the USA
33. New Jersey had the highest population of Boyar families in 1840.
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36. ‘But large landowners, the Boyar aristocracy, retained 60 per cent of the land while 30 per cent of the peasants' plots were under two hectares in size.’ ‘Thus, the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries were years of struggle to keep Ukrainian lands from Poland, Hungary, and Lithuania, as well as free of the Boyars or noblemen who tried to
37. The Boyar Council was a permanent political-judicial body, which was based on the prince's obligation to confer with the Boyars of his domain
38. As Boyar landownership increased and as the principalities became more numerous, smaller, and weaker, the power of the Boyar Council increased.
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41. Boyar - A Boyar was a member of the highest rank of the feudal Bulgarian, Russian, Serbian, Wallachian, Moldavian, and later Romanian and Livonian (modern Latvia and Estonia) aristocracies, second on Boyars of Wallachia and Moldavia - The Boyars of Wallachia and Moldavia were the nobility of the Danubian Principalities of Wallachia and Moldavia.
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46. Boyar scions (Russian: дети боярские, сыны боярские; transliteration: deti Boyarskie) were a rank of Russian gentry that existed from the late 1300s through the 1600s.In the late 1700s—early 1800s descendants of the Boyar scions who failed to prove nobility or regain it through the Table of Ranks were enrolled within the social group named odnodvortsy
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Boyar definition is - a member of a Russian aristocratic order next in rank below the ruling princes until its abolition by Peter the Great.
In the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, the rank of boyar became the highest rung in the Muscovite court hierarchy. It was reserved for members of elite families and was linked with responsible political, military, and administrative appointments.
In Kievan Rus during the 10th–12th century, the boyars constituted the senior group in the prince’s retinue (druzhina) and occupied the higher posts in the armed forces and in the civil administration. They also formed a boyar council, or duma, which advised the prince in important matters of state.
The oldest Slavic form of boyar — bolyarin, pl. bolyari ( Bulgarian: болярин, pl. боляри )—dates from the 10th century, and it is found in Bulgaria, where it may have stemmed from the old Bulgar title boila, which denoted a high aristocratic status among the Bulgars. It was probably transformed through boilar or bilyar to bolyar and bolyarin.