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Definition regal

Etymology 1

From Middle English regal, borrowed from Old French regal (“regal, royal”), from Latin rēgālis (“royal, kingly”), from rex (“king”); also regere (“to rule”). Doublet of royal (“belonging to a monarch”) and real (“unit of currency”). Cognate with Spanish real.

Adjective

regal (comparative more regal, superlative most regal)

  1. Of or having to do with royalty.
  2. Befitting a king, queen, emperor, or empress.

Etymology 2

Probably from Old French regol (“a gutter, channel”)

Noun

regal (plural regals)

  1. (music) A small, portable organ whose sound is produced by beating reeds without amplifying resonators. Its tone is keen and rich in harmonics. The regal was common in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries; today it has been revived for the performance of music from those times.
  2. An organ stop of the reed family, furnished with a normal beating reed, but whose resonator is a fraction of its natural length. In the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries these stops took a multitude of forms. Today only one survives that is of universal currency, the so-called Vox Humana.

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