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regius

[ ree-jee-uhs, -juhs ]
/ ˈri dʒi əs, -dʒəs /
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adjective
of or belonging to a king.
(of a professor in a British university) holding a chair founded by or dependent on the sovereign.
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Origin of regius

<Latin rēgius worthy of or belonging to a king, royal, equivalent to rēg- (stem of rēx) king + -ius adj. suffix
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