regnal

[ reg-nl ]
/ ˈrɛg nl /

adjective

of or relating to a sovereign, sovereignty, or reign: the second regnal year of Louis XIV.

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Origin of regnal

1605–15; <Medieval Latin rēgnālis, equivalent to Latin rēgn(um) rule, kingdom + -ālis-al1; see reign
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British Dictionary definitions for regnal

regnal
/ (ˈrɛɡnəl) /

adjective

of a sovereign, reign, or kingdom
designating a year of a sovereign's reign calculated from the date of his or her accession

Word Origin for regnal

C17: from Medieval Latin rēgnālis, from Latin rēgnum sovereignty; see reign
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