regalia

2 ENTRIES FOUND:

re·ga·lia

noun plural \ri-ˈgāl-yə\

: special clothes and decorations (such as a crown or scepter) for official ceremonies

: special clothing of a particular kind

Full Definition of REGALIA

1
:  royal rights or prerogatives
2
a :  the emblems, symbols, or paraphernalia indicative of royalty
b :  decorations or insignia indicative of an office or membership
3
:  special dress; especially :  finery

Origin of REGALIA

Medieval Latin, from Latin, neuter plural of regalis
First Known Use: circa 1540

Other Foreign Functionary Terms

count, despot, emir, wardrobe, yeoman

Rhymes with REGALIA

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