Karsavina



[kar-sah-vuh-nuh; Russian kahr-sah-vyi-nuh] /kærˈsɑ və nə; Russian kɑrˈsɑ vyɪ nə/

noun
1.
Tamara [tuh-mah-ruh] /təˈmɑ rə/ (Show IPA), 1885–1978, Russian dancer.

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