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Noun

rega

  1. queen

Derivation

From rege, a monarch , king or queen.

Root: reg-.

Morphemes: reg- + -a(1).

Related terms

rege { n } monarch
rego { n } king
regia { n } kingdom
regira { v } reign
regiro { n } reign
regido { n } royal prince
regida { n } royal princess
regal { adj } regal, royal
viserego { n } viceroy
regonal { adj } kingly
reganal { adj } queenly

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Etymology

Ultimately from Latin rigare

Noun

rega

  1. irrigation

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