Regalia

Regalia is Latin plurale tantum for the privileges and the insignia characteristic of a sovereign. The word stems from the Latin substantivation of the adjective regalis, `regal`, itself from Rex, `king`. It is sometimes used in the singular, regale. == Regalia in the abstract== The term can refer to rights, prerogatives and privileges enjoyed...
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Regalia

• (n. pl.) Sumptuous food; delicacies. • (n.) A kind of cigar of large size and superior quality; also, the size in which such cigars are classed. • (n. pl.) That which belongs to royalty. Specifically: (a) The rights and prerogatives of a king. (b) Royal estates and revenues. (c) Ensings, symbols, or paraphernalia of royalty. •...
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Regalia

Re·ga'li·a noun plural [ Late Latin , from Latin regalis regal. See Regal .] 1. That which belongs to royalty. Specifically: (a) The rights and prerogatives of a king. (b) Royal estates and revenues. (c) Ensings, symbols, or paraphernalia of royalty. 2...
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regalia

Alternative name for crown jewels. ...
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Regalia

Obs.Lat. The Crown, Sceptre, & Robe worn by the King as a mark of his Kingship; it also means the enforcement of Royal Authority to a VASSAL, usually the rights to make LAW, to tax, to raise armies, and to render justice.
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Regalia

the emblems and symbols of regal authority, such as the crown, sceptre, orb, finger rings, etc.
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regalia

[n] - paraphernalia indicative of royalty (or other high office)
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