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rēgnum ī, n

REG-, kingly government, royal authority, kingship, royalty : vocamus regnum eius rei p. statum: regno regem spoliare: regnum in civitate suā occupare, Cs.: Dum stabat regno incolumis, V.: Tulli ignobile, H.Dominion, sovereignty, rule, authority, supreme power : regnumne hic tu possides? T.: omne regnum vel imperium bellis quaeritur: civitatis, Cs.: adoptione in regnum pervenire, S.: nationes, quae in eorum (i. e. Populi R.) regno sunt: regnum sine vi regere, O.: Nec regna vini sortiere talis, the presidency of the revels , H.Despotism, tyranny, personal sovereignty, arbitrary rule : te regnum iudiciorum delectat: hoc vero regnum est, et ferri nullo pacto potest: suspicio regni appetendi: in plebe Romanā regnum exercere, L.: damnatus crimine regni, O.A kingdom, state governed by a king : ad finis regni sui, Cs.: (flumen) Iugurthae Bocchique regnum disiungebat, S.: patrio regno pulsi, L.: barbara regna, H.: cerea regna refigunt (of bees), V.—Fig., rule, authority, power, influence : abuteris ad omnia atomorum regno: voluptatis: sive aliquid regni est in carmine, O.A territory, estate, possession : in tuo regno esse, i. e. your own estate : Post aliquot mea regna videns mirabor aristas? fields , V.: haec regna, these realms , i. e. of the dead, V.

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