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kingship

[ king-ship ]
/ ˈkɪŋ ʃɪp /
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noun
the state, office, or dignity of a king.
rule by a king; monarchy.
aptitude for kingly duties.
(initial capital letter) a title used in referring to a king: Majesty (preceded by His or Your).
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Origin of kingship

First recorded in 1275–1325, kingship is from the Middle English word kingscip.See king, -ship
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British Dictionary definitions for kingship

kingship
/ (ˈkɪŋʃɪp) /

noun
the position or authority of a king
the skill or practice of ruling as a king
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