A Russian type of closed carriage.
The organ where melancholy and ill-humor was thought to be based.
French for "world," referring to high society.
A movement in art and literature which emphasized individuality, freedom, imagination, etc.
A lively Polish dance in moderately quick triple meter.
Related to the countryside.
Immoral, dissolute, shameless (also a noun for a person bearing these qualities).
A phrase borrowed or derived from French.
Serious trouble, difficulties.
The feast day of the saint after whom a person is named, traditionally celebrated in Russia.
French for "head-to-head," a private conversation between two people.