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Royal Highness

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noun
(in England)
  1. a title used prior to 1917 and designating a brother, sister, child, grandchild, aunt, or uncle belonging to the male line of the royal family.
  2. a title used since 1917 and designating a child or grandchild of the sovereign.
  3. any person given this title by the Crown.
(in other countries) a person who is a member of a royal family.
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Origin of Royal Highness

First recorded in 1645–55
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Royal Highness

noun
a title of honour used in addressing or referring to a member of a royal family
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