Grand-duke



noun
1.
the sovereign of a territory called a grand duchy, ranking next below a king.
2.
a son of a czar or of a czar’s son.
noun
1.
a prince or nobleman who rules a territory, state, or principality
2.
a son or a male descendant in the male line of a Russian tsar
3.
a medieval Russian prince who ruled over other princes

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