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Italian

Etymology

Latin regnum from rex, regis

Pronunciation

régno, /ˈreɲɲo/, /"reJJo/

Noun

regno m. (plural regni)

  1. kingdom

Verb form

regno

  1. first-person singular indicative present of regnare

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Latin

Etymology

From rēgnum (kingship, authority)

Verb

present active rēgnō, present infinitive rēgnāre, perfect active rēgnāvī, supine rēgnātum.
  1. I reign, rule (as a monarch).
  2. I govern
  3. I tyrannize
  4. (figuratively) I dominate, prevail

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