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regnal

adjective reg·nal \ˈreg-nəl\

Definition of REGNAL

:  of or relating to a king or his reign; specifically :  calculated from a monarch's accession to the throne <in his eighth regnal year>

Origin of REGNAL

Medieval Latin regnalis, from Latin regnum reign — more at reign
First Known Use: 1612

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