Top 10 similar words or synonyms for gospoda

svyat    0.826289

subota    0.818421

bosanskog    0.817845

glembajevi    0.801669

porodica    0.800575

balkanska    0.800343

ispod    0.799307

rodu    0.797113

debela    0.796655

stefana    0.795836

Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for gospoda

Article Example
Preludes (musical) 22. “Blagoslovi, dushe moya, Gospoda” from Vespers, op. 37, no. 2
The Golovlyov Family The Golovlyov Family (Gospoda Golovlyovy, Господа Головлёвы) is a novel by Mikhail Saltykov-Shchedrin, written in the course of five years, first published in 1880 by Alexey Suvorin's publishing house, and generally regarded as the author's magnum opus.
The Glembays The Glembays () is a 1988 Yugoslav / Croatian film directed by Antun Vrdoljak starring Mustafa Nadarević and Ena Begović. The film is an adaptation of Miroslav Krleža's 1929 play "Gospoda Glembajevi" and was produced by Televizija Zagreb and Jadran Film.
Miroslav Krleža Krleža's main artistic interest was centered on drama. He began with experimental expressionist plays like "Adam i Eva" and "Michelangelo Buonarroti", dealing with defining passions of heroic figures, but eventually opted for more conventional naturalist plays. The best known is "Gospoda Glembajevi" (The Glembays), a cycle dealing with the decay of a bourgeois family. "Golgota" is another play, political in nature.
The Parvenus The Parvenus (Slovene: Jara gospoda) is a 1953 Yugoslav historical drama film directed by Bojan Stupica and starring Vladimir Skrbinsek, Elvira Kralj and Ljudevit Pristavec. It is based on a novel by Janko Kersnik portraying life amongst the Slovenian elite of Trieste, then part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, during the 1890s.
List of Magnificat composers In Anglicanism a Magnificat is usually combined with a Nunc dimittis in an (Evening) Service, in which case the English translation of the text ("My soul doth magnify the Lord") is used. For example, Orlando Gibbons composed such Services. In Orthodox Christianity the Magnificat, or "Song of the Theotokos", is sung in the Orthros (matins) as part of the Canon. All-night vigils include the Orthros, and a setting of such vigil thus usually includes the setting of a Magnificat, e.g. the "Canticle of the Theotokos" («Величитъ душа моя Господа», Velichit dusha moya Gospoda, "My soul doth magnify the Lord"), No. 13 in Tchaikovsky's "All-Night Vigil".
Mikhail Saltykov-Shchedrin In 1873 came out "The Tashkenters Clique" (Gospoda Tashkentsy: "Tashkent’ers" was a generic term invented by Shchedrin for administrators sent to tame riots in the remote regions of the Russian Empire), a snipe at right-wingers who advocated cruel suppression of peasants' riots, and an experiment in the new form of social novel. 1877 saw the publication of "In the Spheres of Temperance and Accuracy", a set of satirical sketches, featuring characters from the classical Russian literature (books by Fonvizin, Griboyedov, Gogol and others) in the contemporary political context.
The History of a Town In the 1867-1868 Saltykov-Shchedrin stopped working upon the "Pompadours and Pompadouresses" series of short stories and sketches and started upon a novel, seeing it a kind of a spin-off for the cycle. In January 1869 two first chapters ("The City Inventory" and "A Little Organ") appeared in the No.1 issue of "Otechestvennye Zapiski". A pause followed and lasted till the end of the year: the author wrote and published several satirical fairytales ("The Tale of How One Peasant Fed Two Generals", "The Lost Consciousness", "A Rabid Landlord" and others), started the new series called "Tashkenters" (Gospoda Tashkentsy) and finished "Sign of the Times" and "Letters About a Province" cycles. The rest of the novel was published in issues No.1-4, 9, 1870, of "Otechestvennye Zapiski". In 1870 the novel came as a separate edition under the title The History of a Town, subtitled: "Based on true historical documents and published by M.E.Saltykov (Shchedrin)".
Severina Vučković In 2003 Severina landed her first theatre role at the Croatian National Theatre in Rijeka (HNK Rijeka) and played the title role in the rock opera "Karolina Riječka" (English: "Caroline of Rijeka"). Two years later she produced and acted in the monodrama "Čekajući svog čovika" ("Waiting for my Man") at the Kerempuh theatre in Zagreb. In 2007 she was cast for one of the main roles in HNK Rijeka's musical "Gospoda Glembajevi" ("The Glembays"; based upon Miroslav Krleža's 1929 play). Although the decision to cast Severina was met with criticism by some commentators who questioned her acting credentials, the musical premiered in March 2007 with considerable success.Severina also starred in a 2006 Bosnian film "Duhovi Sarajeva" set in Sarajevo. In 2007 she made a 5-minute cameo appearance playing herself in the Slovenian film "Petelinji zajtrk" ("Rooster's Breakfast"), one of the most successful Slovenian films in recent decades.
Mikhail Saltykov-Shchedrin "The Well-Meant Speeches" (Blagonamerennyie retchi, 1876) featured characters belonging to new Russian bourgeoisie. On January 2, 1881, Saltykov wrote to the lawyer and author Evgeny Utin: "I took a look at the family, the state, the property and found out that none of such things exist. And that those very principles for the sake of which freedoms have been granted, were not respected as principles any more, even by those who seemed to hold them." "The Well-Meant Speeches" initially contained several stories about the Golovlyov family. In 1880 Saltykov-Shchedrin extracted all of them to begin a separate book which evolved into his most famous novel, showing the stagnation of the land-based dvoryanstvo. "The Golovlyov Family" (Gospoda Golovlyovy, 1880; also translated as "House of Greed" or "A Family of Noblemen"), a crushingly gloomy study of the institution of the family as cornerstone of society, traced the moral and physical decline of three generations of a Russian gentry family. Central to it was the figure of Porfiry 'Little Judas' Golovlyov, a character whose nickname (Iudushka, in Russian transcription) became synonymous with mindless hypocrisy and self-destructive egotism, leading to moral degradation and disintegration of personality.