a play (1825) by Pushkin.
an opera (1874) by Modest Moussorgsky, based on Pushkin’s drama.
[bawr-is fi-dawr-uh-vich,, bohr-,, bor-;; Russian buh-ryees fyaw-duh-ruh-vyich] /ˈbɔr ɪs fɪˈdɔr ə vɪtʃ,, ˈboʊr-,, ˈbɒr-;; Russian bʌˈryis ˈfyɔ də rə vyɪtʃ/ (Show IPA), 1552–1605, regent of Russia 1584–98 and czar 1598–1605.
The Historical Nights Entertainment, Second Series Rafael Sabatini
An Outline of Russian Literature Maurice Baring
Boris Fyodorovich (baˈris ˈfjɔdərəvitʃ). ?1551–1605, Russian regent (1584–98) and tsar (1598–1605)
Boris [bawr-is,, bohr-,, bor-;; Russian buh-ryees] /ˈbɔr ɪs,, ˈboʊr-,, ˈbɒr-;; Russian bʌˈryis/ (Show IPA), 1908–2001, U.S. conductor, pianist, and opera director, born in Russia.
noun known as Boris of Bulgaria. died 907 ad, khan of Bulgaria. His reign saw the conversion of Bulgaria to Christianity and the birth of a national literature
1894–1943, king of Bulgaria 1918–43.
Boris (William Henry Pratt) 1887–1969, British actor in the U.S. noun Boris, real name William Pratt 1887–1969, English film actor, famous for his roles in horror films, esp Frankenstein (1931)