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rēgīna ae, f

rex, a queen : fuga reginae, of Cleopatra : deūm, V.—As an epithet of honor, a queen, goddess, princess, noble-woman : Iuno: Siderum regina bicornis, Luna, H.: reginae Amor, i. e. of Ariadne , V.: regina sacerdos, i. e. Rhea Silvia, V.: virgines reginae, daughters of the (late) king , Cu.A noble woman, lady : Quia solae utuntur his reginae, T.—Fig., a queen, mistress : omnium regina rerum oratio, Pac. ap. C.: Pecunia, H.

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