Dmitri

[Joncières opera] Dmitri is an 1876 French-language opera by Victorin de Joncières to a libretto by Henri de Bornier and Paul Armand Silvestre after Schiller`s incomplete play Demetrius; a story based on the life of the Russian pretendant False Dmitriy I (reigned 1605–1606). Dvořák`s 1881 opera Dimitrij was also based on Schiller`s pl...
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Dmitri

Dmitri (dumē'trē) or Demetrius (dimē'trēus) , 1582–91, czarevich, son of Ivan IV (Ivan the Terrible) of Russia. His brother, Feodor I, succeeded Ivan in 1584, but Boris Godunov actually ruled Russia for the period of Feodor's reign (1584–98). Dmitri was ki...
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Dmitri

Dmitri is a Russian name for boys. The meaning is `son of the Goddess of harvest` The name Dmitri is most commonly given to American boys. What do they use in other countries? Demi (Greek) Daimy The name sounds like: Dmitry, Dimitri, Demitri Similar names are: Dmitrios, Dimitry, Demetri See also: Dimitri, Mitya
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