- regime change,
- regimental sergeant major,
Origin of regimen
Examples from the Web for regimen
An 18-year-old male is unlikely to stick to a regimen of drugs with those kinds of side effects.
The sick in hospital have a regimen suited to their condition prescribed by the doctors.Turkish Prisoners in Egypt|Various
As it was, neither of us had ever heard of occult science, or of the necessity of such a regimen to the perfectionment of faculty.
The Regimen warned, however, that milk will not be good if it produces headache or if there is fever.Medieval Medicine|James J. (James Joseph) Walsh
Word Origin for regimen
c.1400, medical, "course of diet, exercise, etc. for sake of health;" mid-15c., "act of governing," from Old French regimen (14c.), from Latin regimen "rule, guidance, government, means of guidance, rudder," from regere "to rule" (see regal).