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English word realm comes from Latin -alis, Latin regem, and later Latin regalis (Of or pertaining to a king. Regal, royal.).

Realm etymology ?

Realm detailed word origin explanation

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
-alis Latin (lat) Used to form adjectives of relationship from nouns or numerals.
regem Latin (lat)
regalis Latin (lat) Of or pertaining to a king. Regal, royal.
regiel Old French (fro)
reial Old French (fro)
realm English (eng) (computing) A scope of operation in networking or security.. (fantasy, RPG) An otherworldly dimension or domain — magical, ethereal, or otherwise — usually in reference to one ruled or created by a mystical character.. (formal, or, legal) A territory or state, as ruled by a specific power, especially by a king.. An abstract sphere of influence, real or imagined.. The domain of a certain [...]

Words with the same origin as realm

Descendants of -alis
actor animal capital card central channel chatter corner criminal funeral general hospital hotel legal master mental natural personal real royal social states total trial usual
Descendants of regem
roy viceroy