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This feminine name derives from the Slavic word “tsar / tzar” (царь), a title used by Slavic monarchs or supreme rulers, plus sometimes the suffix (itsa), the title of a female autocratic ruler (monarch) of Bulgaria or Russia, or the title of a tsar's wife. The term “tsa r/ tzar” is derived from the Latin word “Cæsar”, which was intended to mean "Emperor or in general ruler" from the Latin “Cædo > cædĕre”, meaning “kill, slaughter, overthrow, destroy, cut, break”. Caesar, name of the gens Iulia, commonly indicates Gaius Julius Caesar. The change from being a familial name to a title adopted by the Roman Emperors can be dated to about AD 68/69, the so-called "Year of the Four Emperors".

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