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rex

[ reks; English reks ]
/ rɛks; English rɛks /
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noun, plural re·ges [re-ges; English ree-jeez]. /ˈrɛ gɛs; English ˈri dʒiz/. Latin.
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Other definitions for rex (2 of 3)

Rex1
[ reks ]
/ rɛks /

noun
a Belgian fascist party founded in 1935.

Origin of Rex

1
After Christus Rex, title of a publication put out by its founders

OTHER WORDS FROM Rex

Rexist, noun

Other definitions for rex (3 of 3)

Rex2
[ reks ]
/ rɛks /

noun
a male given name.
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British Dictionary definitions for rex

Rex
/ (rɛks) /

noun
king: part of the official title of a king, now used chiefly in documents, legal proceedings, inscriptions on coins, etcCompare Regina 1

Word Origin for Rex

Latin
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