Definition of Reginal
1. regina [adj] - See also: regina
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reginal
Literary usage of Reginal
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Lives of the Chief Justices of England by John Campbell Campbell, Joseph Arnould (1881)
"... there is the following entry : " Dined at Denman's—the party a most reginal one ; himself, Brougham, and Williams, with old Charles Butler to dilute. ..."
2. The Antiquary by Edward Walford, John Charles Cox, George Latimer Apperson (1880)
"Of dated specimens (which we are told in your pages are rare) I possess five specimens]—viz., ' Henricus Gaudy Coll, reginal. ..."
3. Proceedings by Cambridge Antiquarian Society (Cambridge, England) (1899)
"reginal xx' unde &c., ut, Coll'ii Corpor' X'pi vocat Bennett Colledge xvi' unde ... Coll'ii scae Trinitatis iii' iiiid unde &c., ut, Coll'ii reginal xiii' ..."
4. Poems by Evelyn Martin Purvis (1903)
"D. reginal WHITEY: "I isn't signifyin' a mistake in makin' de sumption dat I's 'dressin' de lady ob clis stablish- ment, I presumes? ..."