regium donum

re·​gi·​um do·​num | \ ¦rējēəmˈdōnəm\
plural regia dona\ -​jēəˈdōnə \

Definition of regium donum 

: a former annual grant of public money in England for the Presbyterian clergy in Ireland

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History and Etymology for regium donum

New Latin, royal gift

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